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Mar 27, 2013 1:00pm EDT
their revenues from parts of asia or you have seen growth pick up in parts of asia and china as well. i think we have more conviction in the u.s. >> compare that to what we're seeing in the u.s. you're still favorable? >> i think we are. you're seeing a lot of economic data come in slightly better than expected. you have got the housing market where the trend is clearly improving. and ultimately it has an impact on consumption. >> a pleasure to see you. >> back to you. >> you were just talking about europe and let's talk more as cyprus gets ready to put in unprecedented capital control measures. when they open tomorrow morning. the banks are set to open and the world will be watching very closely. and on the ground over there is our chief international correspondent. she's on the phone with us now. what's likely to happen when the banks open tomorrow? we just lost michelle. i think -- let me just play the role here. there are going to be guards in front of the bank. that's right. guards. there will be people at the atms trying to take money out and businesses will be trying to move mone
CNBC
Mar 8, 2013 1:00pm EST
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CNBC
May 29, 2013 1:00pm EDT
than $4.5 billion. there is a look at smithfield, up $6.58. questions are being raised about why china wants our pigs. >> the reason this chinese company, that's the biggest meat proce processor, is the very same reason why the deal is controversial. the reason is food safety. they don't have it in china. we do have it in the united states china, very much the government has made it clear that in the next 20, 30 years they want to modernize agriculture in the same way they modernized manufacturing. we know it's going to be controversial. we're waiting to see whether or not congress will weigh in. the ceo of smithfield, larry pope, got many, many questions related to whether or not there is going to be blow back in terms of national security. here we just -- >> this is a strategy to export pork out of the united states. i like to tell people, open your refrigerator door, look inside. nothing in there is made in china because american agriculture is the most efficient in the world. >> he said more than once, this is not about importing products into the u.s. it is about exporting them to
CNBC
Apr 1, 2013 1:00pm EDT
have not responded positively to entreaties from the six party countries. the key player here is china. china has leverage. they provide food, fuel. but i don't think china is helping much in terms of putting pressure on the north koreans to tamp down their rhetoric and cool their nuclear development. >> i want to get to that question. you said you were there two and a half years ago. but you were there within the last two months with famouslier rick schmidt, a business executive. did you get any kind of access like dennis rodman got to this guy? >> no. rodman got a lot better access than myself and eric schmidt. we got access to high level officials in the foreign ministry and other areas, but we didn't meet kim jong un. i don't think they want to meet with officials. i think they want to hide him for a while. what is happening two and a half years ago? i did not meet with kim jong il at the time, but i did meet with a number of people who seemed to be moderating not just their rhetoric but they stopped responding to south korea, and things cooled down. >> remind me the purpose of you
CNBC
Aug 13, 2014 1:00pm EDT
here are the -- and then falls, japan 'gmt dp for qit plumme plummets, and china's money flow slows, u.s. retail sales for july below expectations. that begs the question -- el we just the best-looking markets among mediocre performing markets? or why else are we you? >> i think this is a buy the dip day. we had a tough time throughout europe, japan, the whole month essentially. we have a global rally. there wasn't just anything one thing here. gdp was disappointed, they were expected to be down 7%. it was a crumby gdp, so we bounce the in japan, korea bounced germany was strong throughout the day. so we've got some real stability now. the 3:1 advancing to declining stocks, momentum names, the old names you all know. all stable today. on the up side rallying nicely. oil is at 13 month lows. brent is a big positive for the consumer. the markets are overall. if you look at the vix the vix is down at 13 again, so the market is not expecting too much activity. finally don't get too excited about all this. i don't normally show you. this is a way of showing -- i haven't seen it in a long
CNBC
Mar 14, 2013 1:00pm EDT
once all the time. this is part of the fact that china is diverging and the u.s. has been moving up. i also want to note that bond etfs are down again today. long term treasuries is corporate bonds. we have had eight down days and only two up days. >> we have breaking news in chicago. a big auction. >> 29 year eleven month. we are adding to this. the fed was purchasing back on a buy back yesterday. ult malt yield in this auction, 3.2, or in layman's terms, a whisker under three and a quarter. it just didn't go very well. the wi was flip-flopping but it looked like it was trading 3.23. i give this auction a d plus. the lowest level since august. indirects were a little better. >> thank you very much for that. let's bring in ken any, the director of securities. what do you think about that? what does that talk about where we are? >> it does tell us that we will have to keep a very close watch on rates as bob said before, we have seen the bond funds for days now. and everybody is talking about whether the fed might step away. i don't think that's the case. it is almost like selling them.
CNBC
Apr 23, 2013 1:00pm EDT
earnings report will be packed. wall street is looking for $10.07 eps china will be key there. ipad, we're looking at somewhere between 15 and 18 million units, roughly where i see analysts around the middle. there didn't seem to be great on whether sales were lower or higher -- analysts will interpret it by looking at how apple did in the march quarter. wall street officially wants 39 billion in revenue, but a rebound in gross margins could chase thing we did. on top of all that, we have the dividend question. arguably the most important thing, apple and tim cook can do is bring some level of calm and predictability to apple's results, which it seems he's been trying to do. we'll see where he goes today. >>> kkm financial's jeff kilmer is here. you were a bit of a bear. you have changed your tune a bit. why? >> there's a lot of hype with apple right now. it's valued in the options market, you see the volatility after the earnings report, coming in 50% hotter than anticipated. right now for every reason it was short, it tested the 400 level. our model predicted a 400 test, we got it. >> th
CNBC
Apr 3, 2014 1:00pm EDT
the fundamentalbusiness model of yelp and the scrapping of once great american cities and how china is benefiting from it. we'll explain all that and, of course, lots, lots more when we start our show in about five min minutes' time from now. meantime, a break and then back to "power lunch." nch."p to 75 ms to look for the best possible price, maybe even better than you expected. it's all part of our goal to execute your trade in one second. i'm derrick chan of fidelity investments. our one-second trade execution is one more innovative reason serious investors are choosing fidelity. call or click to open your fidelity account today. i just ah woke up today and i said i need something sportier. annnd done. ok maxwell, just need to ah contact your insurance company with the vin number. oh, i just did it. with my geico app. vin # is up to the loaded. ok well then jerry here will take you through all of the features then. why don't weeeeeeeeeeee go out to the car. ok, i'll just be outside... ok, yeah. his dad is my boss. yeah. vin scanning to add a car. just a tap away on the geico app.
CNBC
Apr 27, 2016 1:00pm EDT
india and china are big uptick in that. we'll see that in the june quarter. and looking beyond, they're going to expand on services. at least the biggest growth right now. it's the biggest growth sector. they're going to find new ways for developors to make money. then they make money because they take a cut from development income. apple music is growing. that will grow higher. and that was the first subscription service which implies they'll do more. potentially a skinny bundle. >> sure. >> i want to bring knew this conversation because we have been talking about, you know, the fact that apple could actually move the needful they focused on services which are still, i mean, we're talking $6 billion in the quarter versus $50 billion in revenue for the quarter. there is a relatively small part of the overall pie when it comes to revenues. but what -- i mean could it be better off if they just focus on making the right acquisition at this point? >> well, i really -- when you look at the services business, what i've been thinking about is why can't apple package in things like itunes, i c
CNBC
Nov 17, 2016 1:00pm EST
talk, the tariffs in china, et cetera. when i saw the stocks sell off with the exception of apple, i thought it was most ly because f higher interest rates. when they start to rise and a company has earnings that are way out in future and a lot more in doubt, they sell auffaroff. how do you capture that at this point? >> that maybe part of the reason for the sell off. and as we talk to investor, we've had a lot of questions and most of the questions have been directed about what trump's policies are as a campaign and what the companies have said. and so, we're basing our note today on some feedback we've had ore over the past week from investor, so yes, that may play into it, but i think there's just some concern ant trump's rhetoric on the campaign about being antiinnovation and that is pointed to by open letter that tech executives had written to donald trump the candidate on that topic and so, i think what you're talking akts, i think that also where investors feel about the trump presidency has an impact on it, too. >> zbreen gene, it was a plrn to get you on. thank you. >> al
CNBC
Mar 14, 2014 1:00pm EDT
ukraine, china, but both major stories having a big impact on your money today and moving forward. we will talk about the possibility of, yes, war. not just cold war, real war in eastern europe and the possibility of a sinking economy in the world's most populous country. >>> new information bringing more experts to consider the possibility behind that mystery malaysia airlines flight 370. that it was not some sort of mechanical failure. clearly, nobody knows yet but phil lebeau is going to catch us up on the latest developments in about five minutes' time. why did that plane fly seemingly for as long as it did after losing contact with ground control? >>> and a very bright future. see how this teenager just won a big prize from google and see how her idea is literally changing the world. she is an amazing young person. she is with us today live. first let's check in with sue with some news on new problems for general motors. >> absolutely, ty. as you know, it has not been a good week for general motors. right now, the stock is up 1.75% but investigators are opening waves of probes in
CNBC
May 15, 2015 1:00pm EDT
may be looking to china for growth. should you buy at these levels? rain headed to california. will it be enough to help the drought? 73% of americans try... ...to cook healthy meals. yet up to 90% fall short in getting key nutrients from food alone. let's do more... ...add one a day men's 50+. complete with key nutrients we may need. plus it helps support healthy blood pressure with vitamin d and magnesium. >> netflix is soaring and trading over $600 for the first time ever. reports that the site is planning to enter china's $6 billion online video market. netflix's stock is completely on fire this year up almost 80%. sitting at 650.11. pandora could force the radio service to pay higher roles to music licenses. the first smart phone devices are coming out next month, refuting a report that said delays with the home automation platform will be pushed back to launch until august or september. >> a cold storm is heading to southern california. a lot of rain expected. the big question is whether it will be enough to help the drought. it is raining. >> well i guess we got a break right
CNBC
Nov 16, 2016 1:00pm EST
united states by, you know, disavowing nafta or putting a 45% tariff on china, et cetera, et cetera. i wonder because basically manufacturing in the united states has been destroyed over the last 10 or 20 years and will take a long time to put it back in place, if ever. so i think they sort of got -- maybe not hoodwinked, but they expressed their frustration for the other candidate, for the nonestablishment type of candidate. and i think that will continue in terms of populism, but ultimately there has to be, if populism is to be validated, in terms of producing more money for wages as opposed to profits, you know, there has to be a selection not just in the u.s., but globally, that favors, you know, policies towards main street as opposed it wall street. >> very quickly, bill, the centerpiece of trump right now, his plan is going to be a trillion proposed in infrastructure. much of that will have to be likely funded by bonds. bond market has to buy them. no buyers for those bonds, no trillion dollars for the infrastructure plan. would you be a buyer of any infrastructure bond that is
CNBC
Jan 16, 2014 1:00pm EST
big increase coming in china, up 9.2%. north america, up 4%. actually, japan and korea, down 5.6% that's a slight increase kpired to where we were earlier this year in terms of expectations as you look at auto stocks today. a mixed board across the way, look at tesla. wow. up over 170 for the first time since early nofr and tyler and sue, one more stat that should blow your mind a little bit. next year, global auto protection expected to top 91 million vehicles, break that down. that mean as quarter million new cars and trucks will be built every single day next year. back to you guys. >> wow. phil, thank you so much. >>> you know, since marissa mayer took over at yahoo! in july of 2012, the stock is up 157%. but does that tell the whole story? well, just yesterday she dumped her chief operator officer. a man she personally hired just a year ago saying, "during my own reflection i made the difficult decision that our coo enrique decastro should leave the company." is she making the right move and why did she fire him? that question next on "power lunch." we've completely integrat
CNBC
Feb 4, 2013 1:00pm EST
watch them put up big losers today. there is vanguard european fund. look, china, second one, that's the biggest china etf. that's down and indian stocks are down as well. and that's the ixg, global financial stocks. that's the weak base that you've got here. in terms of what's moving, moving on the up side today, no surprise. gold like the spieser gold. long-term treasury bonds. and of course ultra short stock ets, like the sds down there, are big ones. if the dow is down today as much as europe is down, italy, the dow would be down 500 points today. that's how much italy is getting hit today and spain, to a lesser extent. i would say the declines in the u.s., fairly modest. given that we moved a thousand point in the month of january. >> kenny was here, director of floor with securities. >> we haven't even traded 300 million shares down here today. that's relatively weak. but you made the point. we were up almost 7% year to date. so off a half percent or three quarters percent is not a reason for anyone to panic but a sense the market was exhausted like we been talking about and th
CNBC
Jan 28, 2013 1:00pm EST
china specific? >> very much. a large part of their sales are good indication is china gdp will grow over 8%. we had a think tank talking about that over the weekend. earnings show signs of bottoming. right now earnings growth 4.5% for s&p 500, sue. a lot better than the last quarter. >> absolutely. we will take it. ty, back to you. >> very interesting segment coming up now. "power lunch" exclusive. author of "black swan", welcome back to "power lunch." >> thank you. >> i want it get up to the very wealthy individuals in a moment. i want it start in the marketplace today. >> people mistakenly define me as paramount, the stocks for 3 years now. >> why? >> i don't like stocks but i'm forced to own them because i don't trust treasury bonds, you see? and i'm forced to own them -- >> the least of all evils. >> yes. real estate and stocks, you get some yield and also, you're protected against hyper inflation that may or may not come. but i want it sleep at night. but some risks i'm not willing to take. >> do you have a view on u.s. equities versus global equities? >> let me specify. >> nai
CNBC
Sep 12, 2014 1:00pm EDT
with china not even a factor at this point. china not included in the first round of the launch. analysts think the iphone 6 plus could be hugely popular here. >> thank you very much. morgan brennan, if you plan to buy a new phone you are probably looking to trade in your old one. and there is a trade for this. tell me about it. >> there is a trade for this. it is kind of like trading in your old car to buy a new car. you trade in your old smart phone for the new one and like a car you can trade in your device with a carrier or sell it directly in the used smart phone market which, by the way, is booming. the total trade in market could top 250 million units per year by 2018 and that is four times the current amount. iphones make up a big part of that and many get resold in china which is the world's biggest cell phone market. buying an iphone is starting to look like buying a car in another way, as well. more carriers are offering installment plans as iphones are leased. this should increase the number of phones in the resale market. if you want to sell your iphone where should
CNBC
Dec 10, 2012 1:00pm EST
underlying economy is improving. now you get china. if europe can stabilize, i think we can go much higher. >> how many days, if you add headline that monty was thinking about, going out and bursceloni was thinking about coming back. follow me on twitter. and "power lunch" begins right now. >> halftime is over. "power lunch" and second half of the trading day starts right now. >> and here we are. welcome to "power lunch." as you can see, we are beth here on the floor of the new york stock exchange. and stocks are higher as fiscal cliff song and dance continues in washington. mr. boehner says he is waiting for a proposal from this gentleman, the president. president obama. and the president is set to speak about the cliff and the a economy later today. >> i thought i was supposed to come here today. you thought you were supposed to come here today. so we are both here. not really, folks. a lot of talk today is about what investors should do if we go over the cliff. what should we do if there is a debt deal before year-end or shortly thereafter. we have smart strategies and individual
CNBC
Dec 26, 2012 1:00pm EST
asia on hopes that maybe this new regime in china is going to be spending more helping to prop up the property department there, housing, than might mean more demand for industrial metals. copper today, the standout in part because of that. also, a different note, the s.e.c. ahead of the holiday delayed a decision on the proposed etf, according to the "wall street journal," the etf would hold twice as much copper in terms of holdings compared to the jpmorgan holding approved on december 14th. >> i think 182,000 physical tons they could take off the market. we'll revisit it later. for a moment, thank you. bob pisani is joining me on the floor of the nyse. the big discussion is about retail and what the figures from mastercard tell us. >> i just want to point out that the dow industrials dropped in the middle of the day. there had been some concern the house leadership which is all coming back now did not send out a 48-hour notice to their membership requiring all the members to show up and vote, even though there's no fiscal cliff deal, there was hope they would bring everybody bac
CNBC
Nov 8, 2012 1:00pm EST
and inflows into gold etfs in the last week or so, also chatter about what china is going do in terms of gold etfs. will they get into this market? that could certainly increase demand as well. back to you. >>> let's get some trading action going. bob pisani is down on the floor at the new york stock exchange. hi, bob. >> i just put out a note on my trader talk blog highlighting the problem today -- that's fiscal cliff anxiety. that's the newest worry on wall street, concerns about the imfact of potentially higher taxes on an already weak u.s. economy. that's it. i don't particularly like the trading action today. we've been drifting lower and it's been very orderly. but the volume's been a little bit heavier than normal. we just took a tiny leg down here on the s&p 500. the dollar has been up. this has gotten a lot of peopleapeople a agitated. anxiety over qe3 and possibly qe4 is putting pressure on stocks. freeport, bhp all down 2%, 3 where 3%, and in some cases 4% or 5%. st amazons, apples, googles, all getting hit pretty hard today. back to you. >> yikes. that is not a prett
CNBC
Jan 7, 2013 1:00pm EST
think the important thing is it is improving. we should hear from them on whether they see china improving and the outlook. >> you will hear that from a lot of companies. they will kick it off but they will want it hear the macro story. >> what's the recipe for today within quickly? >> recipe today was pasta fajoli. >> oh, thank you. >> and so low-calorie as well. thank you. >> if the death threats weren't enough to worry about, there are concerns among fed policy makers over the exit plan. steve liesman is here on what you are hearing. how concerned are they? >> there is concern and it takes two forms, sue. two separate fault lines that developed over the fed. you are -- well, that the easy one. the economy meeting what we call the substantial improvement in labor market quicker than others do. they are worried about substantial group in the balance sheet and adjusting it once they stave off inflation. here is what they said about three different folks with the fed. another group a few others say we need considerable policy. that is qe. but they frnt telling us how long it gez o
CNBC
Mar 6, 2015 1:00pm EST
does think that china is a good opportunity that you might want to check out as well right now. let's go to dominik for a news alert. >> that's right. it's the weekly baker hughes rig count for north america, and right now the numbers are coming in for north america, for the united states u.s. oil and gas rigs are down 75 to 1,192. broken down, that is again, oil rigs down 64 to 922 active rigs here. gas rigs down 12 to 268, and a gain in miscellaneous rigs up one to two overall. the canada count total is minus 30 to 300 rigs. again, u.s. rig count total minus 75 to 1,192 broken down oil rigs are down 64 to 922 as a subsector of that particular group. tyler, back to you. >> all right, dominik. thank you, very much. rigs down. production up, however. we also are watching the dollar and treasuries. sue herrera has been tracking the big moves there. hi, sue. >> hi ty. we're going to take a look at the euro versus the dollar. as you know the dollar is getting closer to parody with the euro or the euro getting closer to parody to the dollar. you know the ecb on monday is going to st
CNBC
Jul 10, 2013 1:00pm EDT
. and china also kicking off their strategic and economic talks today. we'll speak live with the president's top economic adviser coming up next on "power lunch." >>> plus, smithfield foods ceo getting ready to be grilled on capitol hill next hour over his plan to sell the pork producer to china. will congress block the move? find out when we come back. [ male announcer ] frequent heartburn? the choice is yours. chalky... not chalky. temporary... 24 hour. lots of tablets... one pill. you decide. prevent acid with prevacid 24hr. >>> welcome back to "power lunch." i'm bertha coombs at the nymex where wti nymex crude today is surging after a very bullish inventory number from the government. we saw a draw down of nearly 10 million barrels for the second week in crowd stocks. also saw a sizable drawdown of just over 2.5 million barrels of gasoline as well. that has the entory complex moving higher and wti nymex is the trade everyone is watching, sue, because we've also noticed that differential between nymex crude and brent has narrowed to less than $3 now. back to you. >> absolutely
CNBC
Jun 7, 2013 1:00pm EDT
in california preparing for a key meeting with china's leader. eye on the agenda, chinese hacking of american companies. we have got his answer in two minutes. >> tivo taking a hit. investors not pleased with the 490 million dollars it will receive to settle a lawsuit. cisco systems and time warner cable. the stock had been up but not so much now. down 17%. they are all higher. . >> the information gathered by the government, president obama's summit with china's leader. wanting to know about was those recent concerns about security he is in washington. first to john harwood live just outside of palm springs. john, we will send it first to you. >> the president faced a major league fire storm over surveillance. going to try to crack down on chinese cyber hacking so the president took the opportunity of a question on an event on obama care and try to put out that fire storm. he said a lot of the headlines have been hype and he tried to speak directly to the american people to persuade them he is mindful of the trade off and he is striking the balance right. >> i think it's important t
CNBC
Jun 28, 2016 1:00pm EDT
global scares in terms of central banks collapsing, china collapsing, oil prices collapsing. we've rallied since there for other reasons. >> look, there is a declining global economy. and indeed in britain our growth forecasts are down. not because of brexit, because actually the economy is not doing as well as we thought, because government borrowing is running way ahead of any expectations. and sterling ends in a declining market, a bear market in july 2014. i actually know about these things. do you know why? because i once had a proper job. >> let's move on a little bit and talk about the fact that the polls were so wrong, which of course they were. there were many more people who were willing to vote for brexit than perhaps the pollsters had realized. do you think there are parallels there with what's happening in the u.s.? do you think there could be more secret trump fans out there? >> i do actually. very interesting, on the morning of the vote one of the most senior figures in the british polling industry said, believe me, if we've got this wrong, the polling industry is fi
CNBC
Nov 9, 2015 1:00pm EST
. the global economy is still weak. overnight china reported that exports in october fell for the fourth consecutive month. and finally, we've had one heck of a run in the last six weeks. the general indices are up close to 10% in six weeks. so we're a little overbought. stocks are a little expensive at this point. take a look at interest rate sensitive stocks. they were hit on friday, again today. that's the reits. home builders there, that third one is the eem, emerging markets, and oddly utilities which was hit notably on friday is not today for some reason but interest rate clearly an issue here. mandy mentioned the department stores. this week the department stores will start reporting. they report on a one-month lag compared to everybody else, so we'll have macy's on wednesday, kohl's and nordstrom on thursday, jcpenney on friday. citigroup was negative on it recently. jpmorgan was negative on the group. noticeable declines here. 4% and 5% for that group overall. finally just note the transports can't get anything going as well. airlines are weak, even the railroads like csx
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Jan 22, 2016 1:00pm EST
, china growth fears, plunging oil, fears about high yield bonds. are sovereign wealth funds to blame? are they the next shoe to drop in bob pisani joins us from the floor of the nyse and mike santoli and jack ber rurouroudj. >> stocks have been dropping all over the world for several weeks and uniformly dropping. telecom stocks are down. stocks in japan are getting hit. they're a huge beneficiary. what cause would explain this effect of stocks coming down around the world almost uniformly? somebody is out selling fairly large portfolios. one possible culprit would be sovereign wealth funds. i'm talking about particularly oil sovereign wealth funds. your saudi arabia, your kuwait, your qatar, those kind of funds. collectively they control about $4 trillion in assets. i'm talking about liquid assets, not illiquid assets. they are known to be under pressure to keep their budgets going, and at this point it's logical to start asking questions about whether they've been big sellers in the last few weeks. unfortunately, they don't put out press releases on this. >> mike santoli w do you ma
CNBC
Jul 11, 2016 1:00pm EDT
global market intelligence. >>> meanwhile, tensions between the u.s. and china escalating as the two sides are in territorial dispute over the south china sea. seema mody joins us now to explain the conflict and why it's so critically important economically. and there's a huge event coming up in the next day or so on this issue, right, seema? >> that's exactly right, michelle. it's a region that represents geopolitical and economic performance. take a look $5 trillion of trade takes place across the south china sea. it makes up half of global merchant shipping. and also one-third of the world's oil shipments. in fact, japan and south korea receive the vast majority of their persian gulf oil through the south china sea. but this long standing territorial dispute in this important region has resulted in an intensified conflict between china and its asian neighbors, the philippines in fact a u.s. ally, has taken china to a court accusing beijing of violating international law by taking claim over waters, and specific islands within the south china sea. the ruling is due tomorrow. and a
CNBC
Nov 14, 2016 1:00pm EST
better. global growth, including china, has improved. so there was acceleration which started to create new trends in the market, but that's really been exacerbated by trump election. >> what is the -- have you changed your allocation at all given the new -- the incoming president and the fact that congress is dominated by the republican party now? or is it same old, same old. sounds like you think we're resuming the trajectory that the market has been, even though there has been some major leadership changes in the market when it comes to financials and the underperformance of technologies since the election. >> i think there has been a couple of big ones that are different. we had leadership and financials really. yields were going up before the election. that's just been exacerbated. tech has changed. emerging markets international. the biggest thing to me is the dollar right now. there is a universal opinion that the dollar is going higher. that's why international markets and emerging markets are getting slammed and materials and energy aren't doing as well as you might expe
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Nov 5, 2015 1:00pm EST
motors. overnight the company reported a 15% increase in sales in china in october for the year up 2.9% and quickly want to look at shares of ford because ford after the gm deal, it's the last of the big three that still has yet to work out a contract with the uaw. we know fiat chrysler already approved the deal last week. that's the latest on the contract talks. back to you. >> thank you very much for that, phil lebeau. an important read on the american labor market. the number of americans filing for first time unemployment benefits rising last week by 16,000 to 276,000, and that is the largest increase since late february. the four-week moving average which evens out weekly ups and downs raising to just over 262,000. despite that increase, the level remains near the lowest since december of 1973. so what about tomorrow's big report. well, economists are expecting 183,000 jobs to have been created in october. that is up from 142,000 the prior month. the unemployment rate is expected to edge lower to 5% even. so the question now is how do stocks trade around a jobs report? seema mody
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Apr 15, 2015 1:00pm EDT
even as food prunkz shrank back in the 1970s. >> mandy, thank you very much. china's red hot stock market up 25% so far this year. but is this bull run coming to an end. we have worrying new data on shina's economy. can you trust the numbers? is it worse than investors think? former secretary goldman sachs ceo hank paulson will weigh in. i am blocking it. an amazing video of a chinese high-rise 57 stories up built in 19 days. we'll be right back. [ male announcer ] legalzoom has helped start over 1 million businesses. if you have a business idea, we have a personalized legal solution that's right for you. with easy step-by-step guidance, we're here to help you turn your dream into a reality. start your business today with legalzoom. my feet felt so heavy at the end of the day. they used to get really tired. until i started gellin'. i got dr. scholl's massaging gel insoles. when they're in my shoes my feet and legs feel less tired. it's like walking on a wave dr. scholl's massaging gel insoles, i'm a believer! if you're running a business legalzoom has your back. over the last 10 ye
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Jun 24, 2013 1:00pm EDT
wall. we'll go there. big problem is fear about china. we have a top exec from a major financial power. just has been on the other side of the great wall, and we'll get his take today, what he saw and what he thinks it means for you and your money, and the boeing dreamliner, the brand new company, flagship plane. the operation center. they are tracking the flights of every sickle one of these 787s, and we're tracking them. we're going to take you out to the op center in just a few moments. sue is out today. michelle live at the nyse. hi, michelle. >> hey there, tyler. let's get a market check and show you what's going on. talk more about what to do on a day like today. the danching ow jones industriae is lower by a full percentage point. the s&p down 1.5%, industrials off 177 points and the s&p down 24 points and the nasdaq lower by 47 points. josh, i guess we could say we're off the lows. >> that's right. >> that's a half glass full kind of interpretation. you do have the blue chips down about triple digits right now. two really broad concerns. one fed tapering, right, the fed s
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Nov 30, 2015 1:00pm EST
vote of confidence in china's growing economic power and influence. the head of the imf christine lagarde saying china's currency, the rue wan will be added to th basket. it is an acknowledgment of china's many reforms it's taken to open its markets and economy and it's assent to economic super power. though the dollar is still king. it makes up about 41% of the imf reserve currency. 30% is the euro. 11% will be the chinese yuan and the japanese yen and british pound making up 8% each. so yes basically china takes the number three spot in terms of the world's most important currencies. it is a milestone for china's effort to become a global power player and a safe place to attract investment from around the world though the imf did acknowledge there's still more work to be done on this front. the u.s. was a voting member of the imf, so the administration is officially on board, but, guys, we know china tends to be a political punching bag on presidential campaign trails, so you can watch for some backlash, mandy. >> i would imagine so. thank you very much for that. let's see how c
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Apr 9, 2015 1:00pm EDT
china. tyler? >>> wait no more. the secret to making money like the rich our wealth editor robert frank, is here and he knows what it is. >> the secret right. turns out the secret to getting rich is not ordinary income. for them, it's all about capital. a study from the nonpartisan tax policy center found people making between 50,000 and 100,000 a year salary and wages account for three quarters of the gross income and make less than 1% from capital gains. for the rich well totally different story. among those making $10 million or more a year salary and wages account for only 16% of their income. cap gains are far and away the largest source of income accounting for half of their total egi. most of the wealthy make money from selling stocks companies, or other assets. second biggest income source was business income followed by dividends and interest. what does this mean for tax season? well, the tax rate on capital gains, sk, is 23.8%. tax raid for ordinary income? 39.6 %. the rich can pay a lower rate on total income than people who make money from salaries. remember that story
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Feb 12, 2016 1:00pm EST
we're -- the bias is positive right now. yeah, there is some concerns out there, china, oil, you know, the direction of interest rates now. but i think what people are forgetting is that on a global basis, stocks have already corrected 20% in the u.s., they have corrected anywhere between 15% to 20%. so those concerns, i think, are reflected in stock prices now. i think the economy is okay. earnings are coming in good. i think people are losing sight that good companies like cisco, johnson & johnson, coke, microsoft, great earnings, valuations are much more reasonable, i think the bias is higher now. >> several of the ones that jim cramer, you just mentioned, jim cramer pointed to yesterday. coke, johnson & johnson, cisco. >> and to equity, you were saying we spoke with john paulson yesterday, paulson and company, in puerto rico, and he felt that, you know, he said he wasn't jumping in head first at this point. but overall, he was fairly positive on the economy considering and kind of confounded by what the stock market was doing at the same time. take a listen. >> a disconnect betwee
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Jul 26, 2013 1:00pm EDT
in japan, and the we only had issues in china so you could see about 10:30 we dropped the markets. the imf came out with a report critical of the federal reserve saying if they are not careful we could have a spike in interest rates if they don't communicate clearly enough what they are going to be doing so there's a call for more transparency. drop the market a little bit and you can see that he's coming back. china cutting production capacity for a number of companies out there, ordering the production capacity. any time that happens you get a little concern about commodities and copper weak today and some of these big materials today, iron ore and aluminum companies on the weak side. finally we're running out of steam. halfway through earnings season and, tieler, things started turning around wednesday morning when caterpillar came out with the long-term sort of reduction in their guidance for the full year, and the market hasn't been quite the same since that, so i think that's part of the issue, but overall i want to point out, tyler, you'll talk about third quarter. look, so
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Jul 16, 2013 1:00pm EDT
gm? >> gm a little better positioned globally because of where it is in china, but when you look at china, keep in mind that ford is growing very quickly there. year to date, sales are up 47%. both adding a number of plants, and think expect to pick up sales rapidly over the next couple of years, sue, but an edge right now to gm because it is number one in that market. >> phil, thanks so much. appreciate it. michelle, over to you. >> sue, two more archrivals now, coke versus pepsi. coke's second-quarter profit falling. they blame the weather this. while pepsi bubbles up to all-time highs, so which drink-maker is a better investment right now? a senior analyst with jpmorgan joins us now. good to see you. >> good to see you as well. >> investors with a choice between the two. which would you tell them to buy? >> we'd stick with pepsi here. recommending it for a while. outperformed coke year to date as well as over the past couple of years. we still think there's a lack of appreciation for the improvement that pepsi has put in over the past couple of years, more marketing, spending and
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Jul 29, 2013 1:00pm EDT
some of the stocks that are weak here today and china growth is a big issue as well so some of the emerging markets like the eem, big eatiev there, thailand and india, philippines all to the weak side. not a big trend here in the united states a. a little bit of weakness in cyclicals. banks are down. europe had a close on the bottom. barclay's, talk of a recapitalization plan, the european and u.s. banks are weak as well. sectors, energy and financial stocks. you see a bit to the weak side but so is health care as well. not a big, big trend going on there. caterpillar, if you can't dazzle them with the earnings guidance, and there was a lot of disappointment last week, announce a big buyback. that always helps. they are buying back $1 billion worth of stock from society general. >> accelerated. >>ing to it immediately. one thing to say we'll make a buyback and another to actually do it. we get a lot of buybacks that announce nothing ever happens with them, but that's about 2% of the company. that's not an insignificant, you know, amount. >> the street seems to like it today so that
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Aug 6, 2013 1:00pm EDT
cyber attacks and espionage. much of it coming from china. until now few u.s. firms have actually been willing to admit they have been victims of these attacks, but now one of them is speaking out. >> daniel mcgann says his company, american superconductor, was the victim of economic espionage right out of a cold war spy novel. the blatant theft of advanced computer software that he was selling to a chinese energy firm. >> they were out to kill my company. >> cyber bullying. >> reporter: federal prosecutors charged that sinovel, a wind energy company with close ties to the chinese government, lured one of mcgann's employees to steal software, offering him a $1.7 million contract and access to women. these skype messages obtained by nbc news are key evidence in the alleged conspiracy. all girls need money. i need girls. sinovel needs me read one of the skype messages to a sinovel executive. criminal charges were filed against sinovel and two top executives for trade theft and wire fraud. mcgann said the alleged theft cost his company more than $1 billion in market value. >> you have to
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Aug 20, 2013 1:00pm EDT
. emerging markets are up, or down overall on the month. i want to point out, simon, china is on the upside. and there are a number of chinese stocks doing very well. here's sina, online mobile and media services. that's doing very well. not all emerging market stocks are down. be careful about that. there's differentiation. >> the industrials are down because so much of the profit stream is from emerging markets. currency moving against them. it's going to hurt the likes of ge or deere. >> there are oath stocks trading to the upside. g.e. hasn't bounced all day essentially. >>> let's check the nasdaq with seema. >> we digest the latest movements, check out the tech names that make a significant amount of their regular moves overseas, specifically in asia. intel, qualcomm and apple on that list. speaking of apple, according to factset, apple's institutional share value experienced its third consecutive decline in the second quarter. however, it's still one of the top tech holdings held by institutional investors. google, microsoft also on that list. simon, back to you. >> thank you v
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Mar 28, 2014 1:00pm EDT
. there has been a real drop pretty much across the board. three big examples for you, china down 6% year to date. chile down 3.5%. turkey is down as well. in the last seven days, the etfs covering these markets have rebounded. brazil up 11% in a week. turkey up 8.5%. south africa and china up 8%. chile and india up 7%. we have the markets covered from pretty much a to z today. we have reports on oil as crude is about at the $108 a barrel mark. seema is on momentum stocks. first to bob pisani at post nine. bob? >> we are just off the highs for the day but as we move towards the close of the quarter, i want to point out winners and losers today. continuation of a number of trends. first, we have seen energy stocks, big winner. all of these names up nicely today. these are mostly in the oil services area. most of them are sitting near their highs for the quarter overall. let's move on. you were mentioning emerging markets. eem is the big etf here. you are right, it was a terrible start to the year. big sell-off. we have been coming back, seven days in a row the eem is moving to the up
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Nov 14, 2013 1:00pm EST
member of china's elite. according to that report, the bank had been paying a chinese woman's consulting firm $75,000 a month. the woman used the alias lilly chang, but thshe turned out to the only daughter of the prime minister. they're cutting the ties with that daughter. i mean, we've always known that one way to get business done in china certainly is by different relationships, but it seems as though maybe this is the only way to get it done. what do you think, robert? >> yeah, having lived in asia, i think a lot of companies that do business in asia, not just asia but also eastern europe and latin america, i mean, this is the way large companies often do business. you basically, you know, get close to the local culture and the politics through the relations and the family members of the top guys. so i think a lot of companies are going to be looking closely at this thing. we all thought everyone did it and it was fine. >> right. absolutely. let's move on to asset bubbles which janet yellen basically addressed earlier this morning saying she doesn't see one, but, you know, the art m
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Nov 26, 2012 1:00pm EST
end of the week china's official pmi data. all of that will be very important for the gold price as we also continue to talk about the fiscal cliff. a lot of traders see bullish momentum in gold because of that. barclays saying we could see $1,810 for the gold price in the fourth quarter. as far as the other metals, we are looking at a mixed picture. copper will be key as well to see if the gains we've seen over the two weeks continue. back to you. >>> we're on the downside here on the floor of the nyse. mary thompson joins me, although we're off of our worst levels of the day. some improvements. >> it's not really a surprise we're down today because traders said coming in to this we looked a little overbought, we had such a big move in the markets on frooird. basically we're seeing today techs pick up where they left off on friday, meaning they're one of the better performing sectors. that's why we've seen the broader markets come off their worst levels of the day. jackie will have a little bit more on that later. but again, techs have led the improvement that we've seen in the mar
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Jul 12, 2013 1:00pm EDT
getting weakish data. china and gdp, likely to weigh heavily on copper coming into the week. >> let's talk bonds now and go to rick santelli at the cme. hi, rick. >> hi, tyler. it's been a wild week and a wild day. as you look at the intraday of five-year note yields, we're basically unchanged, and if you open up the chart, you can clearly see it's been a huge week. reare down about 18 basis points and if you look at the way the ten-year is trading in particular, bob is somewhat correct. the further out on the curve you go, you see that you have come back a little bit, the 30-year bond the best performer on the week, down 11 basis points in yeemptd it's the worst performer on the day. it's still about three basis points with regard to where it settled yesterday. maybe the biggest issue to pay attention to is maybe europe. fitch joined the other ratings agency to knock france from its aaa rating. here's a look at the five-year in a span of a couple of hours. we saw 120-basis point run-up on the five-year and even though it moderated, it underscores continuing issues. sue, back to you.
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Sep 25, 2013 1:00pm EDT
, china, trying to ramp up fifth jen rating jet production. ramping up their efforts to develop these fighters and year-to-date, check out the stocks because boeing and lockheed are beating the s&p 500. boeing up 58%, lockheed close to 40%. so when it comes to the air superiority it's about that 5 g jet. >> the next generation. >> sue had a question about a story you were reporting on, the blackberry one. >> dom, bernstein said they don't think the deal is going to close but i wondered if they listed why they thought it wasn't going to close? what are the complications given the fact that the guy behind fairfax is blackberry's biggest shareholders. >> oftentimes when it comes tofy nancing things it's about getting the money at the right rate and people who want to lend you the money. there is this thought among analysts, perhaps not just at bernste bernstein, that trying to secure financing for this deal may not be that easy. we heard early when the news broke that bank of america, ml merrill lynch might be one of the markets. whether these guys can obtain the financing is going to be
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Aug 20, 2014 1:00pm EDT
china and we're about to open a third. >> what are the average cost of goods and what's your cost to acquire a new customer? >> we don't like to talk about the margins on the air, legality a lot healthier than you think and like having your child 'name embroidered. >> we need to know whether we are in or out on budsies. this includes you, the viewers. so get out your phones or go on your computer and vote live. and say whether you are in our out. rachel, what do you think? >> i do think the product is too expensive to go mainstream in a big way. i do have concerns about the lead time during holiday. reluctantly i'm out. >> i'm definitely a customer. in fact i'll probably order something today. i would probably see more traction, even may a higher price later on. so i'm out's of now. >> without the information on the margin structure and i'm worried about a stretched supply change for a premium products super moms are so concerned about safety. >> so i have to be out. >> it sounds look everyone likes the concept, but there are concerns. alex, what's your reaction? >> the concerns are
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Oct 14, 2013 1:00pm EDT
data from china on their vehicle sales. back to you. >> thank you very much. time to analyze with jim, a cnbc contributor. welcome. let's get to it, merck, downgraded from outperform to market perform by bernstein saying the recent announcement of cost cutting does little to bolster the investment case. the stock is up almost 14% this year. do you agree or disagree with this cut? >> you know, i disagree with that call just because the language to me was kind of soft. they said the multiples aren't ek seedingly low, meaning they're kind of low. the fact that cost cutting doesn't bolster investment case. i think the 3.85 dividend comes into greater play, too, with ten-year yields trending a little lower. i disagree with that. >> downgrading coach from a buy to a hold saying that executive depar sure tours are taking 60 plus years of experience with them throughout the door. what do you think, yes, no? >> i agree with that call. they say that traffic trends are deteriorating. they say they're hearing foot steps from michael coors. those are fine. i would point out too the last three earn
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Mar 28, 2017 1:00pm EDT
so forth. that worked for china. it worked for us. we've been able to buy many thing. we wouldn't have had it all be up to us. so we benefit from that as well. and we could -- i'd be concerned if that basic model is overturned. >> one more question, stan, you've had concerns about emerging markets and the impact of higher fed rates in emerging markets. is that still a concern you have? >> i was as concerned about that than quite a lot of other people. so far we're not seeing any great difficulties. and the dollar has not strengthened. it's weakened. that helps them out in terms of their debts, the debts they have to pay. not in terms of their exports. so i think the emerging market countries and developing countries have a good chance than we were thinking some months ago. >> thanks for joining us today. >> thank you very much. >> brian, back to you from washington, d.c. >> it is d.c. just in a different way. >> this is the fed. it's different. >> steve leashman, thank you very much. guys, again, the fed has certainly been put on the back burner a bit, right? the trump agenda has
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Jan 21, 2016 1:00pm EST
stock market. a slight rebound in oil. a massive cash injection from china, and the possibility of more money from europe helping to push the dow up more than 200 points. >> today we are focusing on stock picking. what stocks and sectors are ripe and ready after this terrible start to 2016? >>> and if you are still gun shy on stocks, and who could blame you? we have one of the biggest names in bonds this hour. see why loomis sales says now is the time to buy bonds. it will be an interesting conversation. >> despite today's rally, the debate still rages on, is this a bear market? is this a correction? what exactly is going on? bob pisani on the nyse floor with some -- i don't know who is saying it's a bear market, bob, but whatever. >> we're not there yet. the question is, is this the bottom that we've reached at least short term? it has some of the hallmarks of a bottom yesterday. right about this time we were talking about it. here is the hallmarks of the bottom. you get big volume, and we had twice normal volume yesterday. secondly, you get new lows, new 52-week lows. we certainl
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Apr 20, 2015 1:00pm EDT
. >> china with an aggressive move allowing more flexibility. it is soars today, as you would imagine, up more than 4%. bob, it's a good rally, but we're not quite getting back what we lost on friday right? >> but if you're not confused about the action the last couple days i don't think you're paying attention. we are down 280 points on friday. at one point today we were almost on the verge of getting it all back. put up that two-day chart. we're basically almost back to where we were. let's not quibble. the point is what's going on? why is this happening? i've asked many traders this morning how to explain the last two days. no alternatives to stocks bob. there's no reason they should have been down on friday. china's going to stimulate other people are saying bob, it's an illusion. no matter what it's true -- i think mand,is right, china has been sending some mixed signals recently. by the same time on friday they came out and banned margin financing, they're saying we're going to keep stimulating, owner saying we don't want a stock market bubble. you can see the shanghai and china
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