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Nov 11, 2014 1:00pm EST
alibaba, jack ma. he was very interested. that is 30 seconds away. >>> the u.s. and china striking a major trade deal. we will have a list of the stocks that stand to benefit from what could be a trillion-dollar deal. >>> getting our heroes back to work. we are going to spot light how one wall street firm is taking our vets from the battlefield and putting them on the trading floor with great success, a story you really don't want to miss. let's check in with sue at the nyse. >>> we do begin with alibaba and the biggest online shopping day in the whole entire world. how big was it? it is singles day. the chinese e commerce giant reaching $9.3 billion in sales in 24 hours in china. the highest number for cyber monday here in the u.s. $1.7 billion. it's not helping alibaba shares today. you saw the stock having the worst day since the ipo in september. our david faber got a major exclusive with alibaba's founder and executive jack ma inside the company's headquarters in china. david filed this report just minutes ago. >> reporter: in its most successful day of selling things ever alibaba sel
CNBC
Dec 19, 2014 1:00pm EST
announced the climate deal with china and 300,000 new jobs added which was a sign that the recovery from the great recession really arrived to stay and all of those things i think makes the president head to this holiday vacation in a good mood even though when he comes back after knew years he's going to have to deal with mitch mcconnell and john boehner. >> can i pick up two of those unilateral actions, the orders he made. one is immigration and the second is cuba. what do we expect him to say about potential cooperation from the gop which of course has many many angry voices seeking to derail in many ways. >> i think the expectation for cooperation and compromise with the republicans is very low. perhaps on trade deals. he's negotiating with specific trading partners as well as with europe. those are ways in which both parties could come together. loc long shot hope of corporate tax reform although i wouldn't hold out tremendous expectation on that front. he is saying there are things that he can do as he is just shown in the last month that if he can simply keep things as smooth as p
CNBC
Jul 1, 2014 1:00pm EDT
the viability of that -- there are parts of the world doing extraordinarily well, whether it's china, even the slowing china, and then there's corporateland, which is doing extraordinarily well, because it gets the best of all of this. i don't think all those ducks have to line up in a perfect cliched row -- >> the chairman of the fed, that's the point, isn't it? she is noticing that. that's front and center, and everything trails from that unemployment figure. >> bret, speak to that point, if you would, because not only is the unemployment factor something that the fed takes very seriously, but also the income inequality factor that is out in america that's broadband talked about a lot and ha a chilling effect, some people wanting to get into the market, because they are worried that perhaps if the fed stakes the punch bowl away a bit more aggressively, that they'll get caught. the retail investor is traditionally the last one into the rally. >> sure, i get taking it back to yellen if i could, the last press conference, she for the first time i think noted that rates could move high
CNBC
Sep 8, 2014 1:00pm EDT
? >> aging emerging markets look attractive. there is some risk given china. >> christina, thank you so much. >> mike, good to see you again. >>> thanks. this is the most expensive home for sale in the u.s. a florida compound built to look like the palace of versailles. how much is it listed for and who would buy it? cnbc's welt editor has clues. >> this thing is 60,000 square feet, 17 bathrooms, 30 car garage and the stairs alone cost $2 million. we will tell you how much this thing costs and talk to the broker who is selling it coming up right after the break. # ak. # but i've managed. ♪ i got to be pretty good at managing my symptoms, except that managing my symptoms was all i was doing. ♪ when i finally told my doctor, he said my crohn's was not under control. ♪ he said humira is for adults like me who've tried other medications but still experience the symptoms of moderate to severe crohn's disease. and that in clinical studies, the majority of patients on humira saw significant symptom relief. and many achieved remission. [ female announcer ] humira can lower your ability to figh
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Nov 21, 2014 1:00pm EST
nasdaq. the s&p 500 up a half percent and russell up. the big reason for today's run, china cutting interest rates. why did china do it? he says the economic situation behind the great wall is not good at all. we will talk to him in four minutes time. and one hot market. homes in the million dollar plus range if you are lucky enough to own one you are doing just fine, ladies and gentlemen. why is there such a boom in this segment of housing right now? we have answers coming up. first to sue. >> and there is big liquidity moves that you nus mentioned and they are fuelling a rally. stocks are off the highs at this hour. we still have a gain in some of the indexes. that's the big etf that tracks china. the ftse china is up almost 4%. now a little better than 4%. bertha coombs is at the nasdaq. mary is here with me. >> we have a lot of steam. about 173 point range. so holding on of course as you would imagine when you have a rate cut in china it leads energy and materials. the materials sector at the s&p 500 is approaching a 52-week high today and also the dow leaders reflecting on what
CNBC
Mar 12, 2012 1:00pm EDT
together. mr. griffith to the studio wall, and a big week for economic data. overseas china posting the biggest trade deficit in 12 years. the dow has been up for most of the session 28 points, the s&p fractionally down with same with the nasdaq tech lagging behind a quarter of a percent. oil is lower on the china news and below 107 a barrel. we have nat gas getting hit yet again, warm weather is the key. we've traveled the vix before bouncing back a bit, still down 4%. midday movers, let's talk about deals. medical equipment maker zole is up big up 23.5%. tudo holdings are up 145%. merrill lynch is upgrading the stock and doubling the price target of 14%. both cabot and murphy oil are lower today. energy is one of the worst performing sectors on the day. oracle is down 2% after a downgrade at jeffries. let's get inside the market more with mr. pasani at the fyc. everybody is talking about the tight range, bob. >> the important thing is china, brian. we're up on the markets, but look carefully. you see the more defensive consumer oriented names and the pharmaceutical stocks on the onsid
CNBC
Aug 22, 2017 1:00pm EDT
to the plate. pakistan has another economic partner that may fill the void china has invested $46 billion in total in pakistan's economy infrastructure, like railroads, dams and roads china's deep pockets are not incentivizing pakistan to counter terrorism and a peaceful relationship where tensions are high it's making matters worse. remember, indian and pakistan had four wars. to drum up support experts say washington needs to focus not just on pakistan and india but ch china's role in that specific region >> they come up over and over again. >> yet they stay quiet >>> we have a news alert dow jones reporting that chevron ceo john watson is planning to step down from the company transition is expected to be announced next month the wall street journal out saying they could not reach the chevron ceo and company officials declined to kplents. i'm going to make some calls as well he's been at the helm a long time he'll be stepping down from chevron. no timetable was given >> stock market likes it see the stock is going positive with this news he's been well regarded. >> he has been
CNBC
Sep 6, 2017 1:00pm EDT
north dakota, the president telling reporters he had a strong and frank discussion with china's president regarding north korea. he says while a military operation is not a first choice, the u.s. will not put up with what's happening in pyongyang. >>> democrats are speaking out on president trump's decision to end deferred action for childhood arrivals otherwise known as daca. democratic leaders called for an immediate vote on the d.r.e.a.m. act. >> congress has the obligation to act which is why we call on speaker ryan and leader mcconnell to immediately put the d.r.e.a.m. act on the floor for a vote in the house and senate we're ready to pass it >> and that is the news update at this hour i'll send it back to you, michelle >> let's see if they get it done thanks, sue. >>> let's look at the markets right now. stocks are seeing a move higher in the last half hour on news the presidents will support a three-month debt limit extension. the dow is higher by 79 points gold lower treasury yields moving higher. jpmorgan and goldman seeing biggest moves as we see interest rates rising
CNBC
Jun 25, 2012 1:00pm EDT
to many different countries, and i can't imagine that they would do anything to stop china from buys iranian oil, so i think iran will still have a market, there will be a way around the insurance issue, even if there has to be some kind of self-insurance, which iran will pay for through the don'ted price of oil. so i think this is going to be largely a nonevent. >> does it make life harder for a country like iran that is so dependent on exporting oil? i infer from what you just said, not really. >> i don't think so. there's several different levels of the market out there. the iranians have been pretty expert at finding ways to acquire nuclear capability. i'm sure oil trading will be an easy play for them. >>> how can the u.s. use oil as a lever or weapon if it's indeed so easy to get around? >> it sounds like tough talk, but the reality is there's almost no substance in the policy. it makes it look like something is being done when in fact virtually nothing is being done, because oil is a a global commodity. it's going to find its market wherever it goes. while somebody can ta
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
Sep 26, 2017 1:00pm EDT
represent those banks in china, russia, libya, and the uae of course, this comes on top of the new sanctions that were announced at the united nations, when president trump was there last week. we'll see whether these steps have anymore success than we've seen in the past, guys >> all right john, thank you. john harwood in washington >>> a massive bribery scandal rocking the world of college basketball we're all over this developing story. plus, we're standing by for a joint white house news conference pr president trump and the president of the spanish government expected to speak any moment we'll bring you there live as soon as it begins. >> hello, melissa. hello, everyone. here's what's happening at this hour house speaker paul ryan says that puerto rico will get all the assistance needed in the aftermath of hurricanes irma and maria. he pledged that support during the gop leadership press conference earlier this morning. >> i want the people of puerto rico to know, that we are in this with them right now this is a rescue people missio mission. the bill we passed out of here a c
CNBC
Nov 3, 2014 1:00pm EST
it's made with ibm. how can in china,sumption impact wool exports from new zealand, textile production in spain, and the use of medical technology in the u.s.? at t. rowe price, we understand the connections of a complex, global economy. it's just one reason over 70% of our mutual funds beat their 10-year lipper average. t. rowe price. invest with confidence. request a prospectus or summary prospectus with investment information, risks, fees and expenses to read and consider carefully before investing. >>> welcome back to "power lunch." check out shares of thermo fisher. the company pledged to correct a glitch in software used to analyze data in clinical drug trials. the stock is up by about over a percent on today's trade. >>> thank you very much. the investigation continues into what caused virgin galactic's experimental tourism spaceship to crash friday. our jane wells is live with the latest. >> reporter: that's the virgin galactic hangar behind me. it looks like spaceship two broke up in mid air after the back end of it went from being horizontal in a move closer to vertical, an i
CNBC
Sep 13, 2017 1:00pm EDT
absolutely no question the president pointed out to me, he is correct by the way, in china, our primary international competitor or one of them, certainly, some of the corporate tax rates on specific industries are already 15%. how do you expect us to compete with other nations across the world when we have tax rates that are much higher than theirs we want to see a corporate rate that brings companies back to the united states and brings companies here for the first time this is an american jobs program by getting this corporate tax rate down to 15% yes. it is very clear to me we are still pushing for that >> give me a peek at your agenda going into this dinner at the white house with schumer and pelosi, democrats. you are trying to reach out to them on tax reform >> yes >> is there one or two ideas you could throw into this bill that you think might bring some democrats across that won't necessarily cost you a lot of republicans. >> i hope so that's one of the questions i think we will raise with some of the democrats that are here. can you get to yes >> keeping in mind that that 15%
CNBC
Oct 6, 2017 1:00pm EDT
, saying you're wasting your time negotiating with north koreans while he was abroad in china. we need the chinese cooperation and participation to try to find the diplomatic solution. and then you hear what the president said last night. and i thought to myself, whoa! wait a minute, are you just saying there's a calm before the storm for what are you signaling military action in north korea? are you signaling military action anywhere in the world and it gives our allies and adversaries pause for reflection to say, what is the united states about to do and i will candidly tell you that's not the way for the president that i worked for, that you use the bully pulpit. you have to be very measured and calm in your tone. and i just hope my friends in the white house recognize that the president may have made a lot of people very nervous today. >> do you think, ron, that the president has yet to fully grasp the power of his words i understand the history that he's had in entertainment with "the apprentice. where teasing, you won't believe what is after the break, that's a tease. that matter
CNBC
Dec 22, 2015 1:00pm EST
examples out there as well. then when you throw-in different cultures, which is china and india and sourcing from those locations, mom and pop shops, everybody is balancing cost, delivery and compliance and sometimes compliance takes a backseat. >> very quickly. do you find it curious that as i do that other chain restaurants seemingly have not had this problem and that it is not necessarily unique to chipotle but is focused there. panera doesn't seem to have it. wendy's doesn't seem to have it. they don't sell the same food but they certainly sell lettuce and tomatoes and ground beef. >> yeah. unfortunately, i don't have any insight into why chipotle and why not other vendors. i will say, again, that i feel like in their marketing materials seems to be focused more on quality than a lot of those other ones that you mentioned. but perhaps the mindset of day to day compliance is not engrained as much as it should be or the complex fresh food local supply chain may be a contributing factor as well. >> all right. excellent point. john gray, associate professor of operations at the ohio
CNBC
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
CNBC
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
CNBC
Aug 13, 2013 1:00pm EDT
. josh? >> four movers on our radar, laggards including yum brands, same store sales in china fell 13% last month. that's more than initially expected. yum dealing with bad press dealing with chicken supplier quality and orbitz falling, the headline, its largest shareholder sold some 8 million of its 25 million shares saying that it sold because it wants to better diversify its portfolio. the stock down today and still up nearly 280% this year. also, eli lilly company saying its experimental lung cancer drug boosted survival of patients and they plan to apply for a u.s. marketing application before the end of next year and blackberry told us yesterday that it's now formed a board committee to think about options including a sale, up about 20% in the past two days. some 30% this month. still down some 90% from its all-time high in june 2008. tyler, back to you. >> josh, next up, that giant florida sinkhole. forget about sharknaddo, we had holes inside. >> on this street behind me is the sinkhole that swallowed part of that florida resort so how do you know if you're on solid ground
CNBC
Aug 13, 2015 1:00pm EDT
china central bank weakened its currency for a third day in a row. this time they held a rare press conference, saying it would be a minor devaluation. claims about 10% were wrong and that it is aiming for more of a market based rate. dollar is more than 4% stronger against the chinese currency in three days alone. but we're not seeing the kind of turmoil that we saw for it the past few days. dollar is stronger against the euro and yen as retail sales in the u.s. showed a rebound fueling bets that the fed may actually be on track to raise rates as long as the global market mood stays calm. >>> for more on the big we tail sales report of the day showing 0.6% growth, michelle myer from bank of america. take us beneath the headline. department sales were not great. >> the headline number was robust, 6.6%. auto boosts that total. if you look at a core control number, take out autos, building and gasoline stations, sales were running at 1.3%. if you dig deeper at some of the secto sectors, department store sales continue to be quite weak falling on a year over year basis. this is not a n
CNBC
Apr 7, 2010 12:00pm EDT
it, china's doing it diversifying away of holdings from dollars. right now gold is the trade. you asked before about oil. oil has been going up. what is going on today is fundamental shift where you're seeing come back in the markets. the better trade right now is gold over oil. >> let's talk about stocks. zack, i was impressed to read your op-ed in today's "wall street journal." until i got to in the fool paragraph that said none of the reasons the markets are likely to move up depend on robust economy or robust growth in europe. 55% of global gdp. are you sure? >> am i sure? you know, if i were 100% sure i would be somewhere else right now. but i am sure that global companies have been able to detach from their national economies and that too many still look to macro data for too much guidance on how companies are going to do. that is true about american investors and american stock. just means like companies like microsoft, intel, cisco and go down the list with 60% to 70% of their growth overseas and not in europe, they don't need a strong u.s. economy to do well. >> fortunate
CNBC
Mar 3, 2016 1:00pm EST
. >> mark keisel of pimco, thank you for your insight. >>> moodys cutting its outlook on china, get morgue negative. what is the credit agency seeing ahead and the person who leads moodys sovereign risk team will tell us in another look live at portland, maine, where presidential candidate donald trump is expected to take to the lectern any moment now. we'll take his comments live as he presumably responds to a stern tongue lashing from mitt romney. >>> black and beedenim co-found he started a second business, a coffee bar, in the same tampa, florida storefront. customers can now sip their joe and shop for clothes at the same time. for more, watch your business sunday mornings at 7:30 on msnbc. our cosmetics line was a hit. the orders were rushing in. i could feel our deadlines racing towards us. we didn't need a loan. we needed short-term funding fast. building 18 homes in 4 ½ months? that was a leap. but i knew i could rely on american express to help me buy those building materials. amex helped me buy the inventory i needed. our amex helped us fill the orders. just like that. another s
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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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Dec 29, 2016 1:00pm EST
question, which is basically what's the downside risk for next year, not being china, europe, middle east, think of it not being places focused on for a good three to five years. if one comes is going to be in a place, even in the united states or some bank or financial situation, some type of meltdown that's unforseeable today. that's really the only scenario on our horizon. those are always there. it's just very likely that we discounted that type of downside. >> doug, your biggest risk quickly. >> yeah, i think the it's dollar strength, capacity constraints inside the united states. from inflation in the wake side. >> doug and jerry, guys we appreciate your views. we'll see you soon. >> happy new year. >> now to a news alert in the bond market. seven year notes up for auction and professors said kelly break out your red pen and grade this for us. >> we don't need a red pen today. a very solid auction. 28 billion seven year notes, the last of the year. fielded the dutch auction, 2.84. right at 228.5 price spectacular. if we lack at the bid to cover 2.54. 64% above average. 19% on d
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Apr 5, 2016 1:00pm EDT
governor celebrated the company's anticipated move into that state. >>> a heartstopping sight in china as a motorist launches a landslide. the vehicle's recording advice captured the moment when tons of rocks poured down in that region. miraculously and thankfully no injuries were reported. wow. that's lucky. that's the cnbc news update this hour. i'll send it back to you, melissa. >> timing is everything. let's get a check of gold prices. no surprise we're seeing a bit higher this gold. just a quick backup on the s&p 500. watching that very closely because year to date it it looks like we might slip into the negative. back to fwld, up would 0 ppts 7%. 1227.80 is the last trade. silver is high by almost 1% and platinum also 0.8%. copper trading to the todown si. rick sap tentelli is at the cme. german bond yields is a shocker. >> definitely shocking. i don't think it could be a shocker. you can see rates are going down. here is an easy one. we know the kbs banking will correlate with rates, but when you put a year to date, what should jump out at you is we have a negative loop between cen
CNBC
Jun 9, 2015 1:00pm EDT
3.15. meanwhile, check out china's stock market, talking about things that are up up almost 60% this year. new highs. in a few hours from now a major decision will come down that could give the green light for this red hot market to go even higher from here and change the entire dynamic of global investing, and i'm not exaggerating for a change. bob pisani live at the new york stock exchange with the details. hi, bob. >> hello, tyler. today's the world's largest indexing firm msci will rule on whether shares of mainland china should be included in the index's global indexing scheme used by fund managers and etf providers. msci has used shares of stocks china listed overseas but don't include the much bigger stocks in china mainland and end of its inds so. why not? authorities have restricted ownership to chinese citizens but that's now owl changing but the question is whether it's changing enough to satisfy indexers. why is it a big deal? indexers rule the world. many investors are increasingly investing through indices which most are used in the 1,600 etfs traded every day in the u.
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Sep 3, 2013 1:00pm EDT
u.s. but also some from over the course of the weekend from china and europe and that's really helping to push silver and copper prices higher. it's not just syria this month. you've got the fed and then a couple of more votes as well on the budget and the debt ceiling. this could be a very volatile month. back to you. >> that's for sure. we've got verizon and microsoft weighing on the dow. let's get to mary thompson. other indices are higher. >> that's right. the markets are well off their best levels of the day after the comments made by house speaker john boehner that he would support the president with any military action against syria. the dow is off 16 points. it was a big deal day though. want to highlight a couple of stocks in the news. verizon and vodafone lower after verizon said it would be acquiring the 45% stake in the wireless unit it doesn't already own. jann arden is another company in the news buying yankee candles for 1.75 billion, and its stock is higher on the news. another, smithfield, might recall that this is a food company to be acquired by a chinese firm but no
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May 30, 2012 1:00pm EDT
, they've all been clocked because of china and the slowdown in macau and so forth. marriott is the one we like in this. >> there's an upside to the u.s./asian casino. for market perform in our opinion the rim investment proposition is almost entirely driven now by takeout potential. they like it. they're betting on a buyer here. >> right. they're betting on a buyer. if you're going to bet on a buyer, i would bet on a buyer that's got a little bit less risk inherent. rim's model did not work at all. there's a lot of overhang there i think the stock could still perform terribly even though it's down 75% already this year. we actually like yahoo! for that kind of a takeout space. they sold that alibaba piece back to alibaba. so they have some cash now. >> so you want to bet on a takeout, bet on yahoo! and not rim. >> they've deen well this year as well. >> dani, thanks very much. the countdown to the metals close is on. we're going to hit the floor after the break. [ engine turns over ] [ male announcer ] we began with the rx. [ tires squeal ] then we turned the page, creating the rx hybrid.
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Feb 17, 2010 1:00pm EST
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Apr 13, 2015 1:00pm EDT
we do get that weak data out of china which does have an influence on that metal. as for stocks as tyler mentioned, giving up big gains. what should investors be doing in the studio with me? christina hooper is strategist and global investors. the chief investment officer of oppenheimer funds. christina, earnings are kicking into higher gear and for the first time in six years, we are expecting a decline at the same time as it seems sitting around the highest in a decade. do you see that as an impediment or priced in? >> it's largely priced in. we have to understand that we have to look valuations differently in the context of such low rates. while we had a disappointing first quarter, it's a wash. in a lot of ways it has been written off and we need to look to the second quarter. >> what do you think that will look like? >> it's very likely to look better than the first. we don't know how strong of a rebound and probably semi strong and we will see a rebound. we expect the consumer to pick up. it will be a gradual improvement, but we expect a healing consumer. driven by oil prices
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Jun 15, 2015 1:00pm EDT
find. ♪ ♪ >>> saudi arabia opening its markets to foreign investors. china's stock market now worth $10 trillion with a "t." and russia raising interest rates. if you are playing the emerging markets how do you invest in this environment right now? the emerging market as set team from jpmorgan. what is the very best case scenario for emerging markets when it comes to both the u.s. dollar and u.s. interest rates? >> i think that is the question. so i'll address each one separately. when it comes to interest rates in the u.s. i actually don't think higher interest rates are an issue. similar to the u.s. higher interest rates indicate growth. what bad for the yen is a stronger dollar. lou does it affect u.s. companies. if you think about the beginning of 2011 until last friday that simply has outperformed em by 86%. that coincides with when the dollar has been rallying. unfortunately, we don't believe the dollar rally is over which means that headwind is still there but we think we're more than two-thirds of the way for that dollar rally. >> here's the crazy contradiction. this would g
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Jan 5, 2017 1:00pm EST
. >>> follow and smog blanket china. schools suspending activities, and china is not third year of the war on pollution aimed at reversing damage after years of uncheck economic growth. >>> and the national institute of allergy and infectious diseases releasing new guidelines on when parents introduce foods containing peanuts to the children with high allergy risks saying peanut butter given at four to six months of age if done with a doctor in the physician's office. >>> that is the news update this hour. now back to brian. hi, brian. >> hey, not a terrible place to be, sue. thank you very much. appreciate that. we are joined by the ceo of one of canada's largest oil producers. brian, thank you very much for joining us. listen, we're going to talk about the price of oil and pipelines and everything, but i want to ask you about our president-elect because 15% of u.s. oil comes from canada, right? a lot of imports into the united states, a couple million barrels per day. so far, the president-elect went after the auto industry. do you feel there's any risk to the president-elect going after
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Mar 15, 2016 1:00pm EDT
you are stashtding to see in part because of a credit dislocation within the em side and china that potentially trade is going to be off. earnings are also going to be subpar. and just general multiples are overextended. >> so somebody could turn to you and say well that sounds for a case in not investing in em. but maybe the u.s. is the best house on a bad block. >> well, you know, you have to look at valuations. i'll give you an example. when we had our last drop down in the markets, we actually took a position within the ems on the ems side because the multiples were just too attractive. we are not expecting a global recession. but what we are expect something roughly 1.75 to 2.25 global growth rate. we are not expecting also a recession here in the united states. our base case scenario is roughly 2, 2.25 gdp growth. >> rich, you are unt weight as well. you haven't been buying blindly on the dips. that doesn't work anymore. why not? >> we are basically in the same camp with chad here. this bull market recovery is at a seven year anniversary. it's long in the tooth. by almost any
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Sep 21, 2015 1:00pm EDT
on the issue of china, he says he doesn't see large first order impacts from china on the u.s. economy, and he says he's worried about market swings but ultimately they are, quote, not my central concern. and then on all the volatility, i thought this was an interesting quote, it's too early to know whether this episode amounts to a bona fide shock to the economy or just a nervous spasm in the market. lockhart, as you know, scott, is a centrist. he's somebody we follow very closely to kind of get a feel for which way the board is tilting. he still seemed very much on board with a rate hike this year but supported a pause in september, scott. >> so steve, you have got lacker with a dissent, lockhart saying go, bullard, who doesn't have a vote saying go. what's the likelihood of the overall fed being swayed by october. >> i think it's very much in place. you have to watch the data. you have to watch the comments that are made. the question is sort of the yellen/dudley more dovish wing of the fomc as to whether or not they're adamantly opposed here, but the other guys, i think it
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Aug 17, 2015 1:00pm EDT
, over to you. >>> market volatility rising due to concerns about china and the fed, so where should investors put their money? bill stone, the chief investment strategist, and the investment strategist at is best trust. >>> did the empire state number today throw a wrench in the expected bedtime line of a hike in september? >> i don't think it necessarily did. the manufacturing activity we have seen here across the u.s. has been somewhat weak, but there are signs to suggests we are in fact bottoming. if you look at the fed, you have to realize there's a dual man dade. on the employment side, i believe they can check the box. the inflation side is certainly lagging, but i think it would take a lot to delay the fed. >> so you think they need some tool in the toolbox in case something worse happens? >> i do believe so. look, let's keep in mind the u.s. economy is clearly improving. you look at the consume el assume of the equation that's doing well. i think everyone is focusing on the soft wage data, but there is a lag there, and i don't believe the fed wants to wait until they say the
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Jun 22, 2015 1:00pm EDT
is not only in europe. it is obviously similar problems in japan and china. problems all over the world with too much debt. with the same problems of aging populations. >> we had a pseudo default in 2001 where the banks took a semi-cut, because they believed they had to. do you believe there will be a soen had called credit event, a hard default? >> first, you'll have what happened in sighcyprus. the. eu took all insured deposits in the banking system and took them away so everybody got wiped out on their savings. i think that's likely to happen, that's still the model. after that if that still isn't enough money, then there is hard defaults. yeah. it is certainly possible. ir i don't look at certainties. i look at probabilities and they are relatively high still for defaults in europe. >> always a privilege for your insights. safely travels wherever you may be off to. thank you. >>> let's talk more about the greece impact on your money with professor jeremy siegel senior strategy investment advisor. where do you see the u.s. market in 12 months' time from now and how will greece
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Oct 7, 2016 1:00pm EDT
game is expanding. there has been more and more fans, china, i was in china last year with the nfl, and i've been in europe and you see what they're doing in the uk. there are opportunities to expand. >> i think there are three problems with the product. number one, the games are too delayed. there is no flow of play anymore. everything is interrupted. there are penalties all the time. there are booth reviews of everything. that's number one. number two, i think the concussion thing had some dampening effect. and number three, i think they diluted their product by overexposing it. there are too many games on too many nights. and then they go to london, there is a game on at 9:00 a.m. on sunday morning and then one at 11:00 and then one at 4:00 and one at 9:00. i think they have -- >> supply and demand curve is broken. >> the nfl network may be backfiring to that point, just because now the nfl is actually trying to push more games on to their own network. and you see that. there is talk of the season expanding from 16 to 18, which i think will be a huge mistake. >> players associat
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Apr 11, 2016 1:00pm EDT
driven, all what is up with china's gdp and what is janet yellen saying today? >> i feel like saying breaking into rescue from the macro stuff. but i think that if you look at what is the -- the stocks working over the last month, it has been almost -- the walking dead, the commodity stocks, the energy companies with atrocious fundamentals rallying the hardest. the barf index or bhp, anglo, rio and petrobas rallied, all the energy material stocks rallied hard in the face of bad fundamentals. sometimes it is the inflexion point or less worse seems to be how the market is reacting. i worry in some areas of the market, investors have fled to what they believe, because i don't know who told them, the safety, things like campbell's soup, ridiculous valuations for low growth. i think there might be some more to go in the value trade. but i think at the end of the day, after this all shakes out, you got to look for individual companies with strong growth -- >> i was going to ask what your strategy is. you like two chinese companies. which is very interesting that the point. when there is st
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Feb 19, 2015 1:00pm EST
. >> meantime celebrations in china to welcome in the sign of the sheep, but it's seen as an ominous one. we have more from china. >> reporter: the sheep is the black sheep of the 12 animals in the chinese zodiac. the domesticated farm animal is seen as timid, weak destined to be a follower. not great attributes for superstitious parents who believe children take on characteristic of their sign. hospitals here see a flock of people trying to avoid having a baby in the year of the sheep. >> some of the hospitals reporting an increase in expecting mothers lining up for c-sections before the new year kicked in. it's not all bad news. several successful business leaders born in the year of the sheep like bill gates and steve jobs were born under the sign. >> what was your sign? >> ox. >> i have the bore. >> ha-ha! how appropriate. sorry, had to say that. >> that's not nice. see, that's not nice. accurate accurate. >> anyway -- >> thank you very much. may be a big celebration in china today, in the u.s. the party is at a standstill thanks in part to the pork problems jane wells is live with m
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May 5, 2016 1:00pm EDT
january and february, there's a lot of certainly and concern about what's happening in china, i think we have seen that calm down quite a bit, and the incoming data are consisten with reasonably good global growth. concerns i've had over global economic developments have come down and the uncertainties seems to have come down. >> you sound like a guy who wouldn't be reluctant to raise rates relatively soon. my focus is looking at our two mandates. maximum employment and price stability. we made a lot of progress on employment. the inflation data have actually been pretty encouraging regarding getting back to 2% inflation, which we want to see. i think we could stay on our bake strategy of gradually removing policy accommodation over the next few years, and that would involve rate hike it is. >> everybody wants to know how many this year? >> data-dependent. typically people set two or three rate hikes this year. i think that's a reasonable view, but we'll be watching the data, make acquire that q1 blip or slowdown in gdp doesn't persist, making sure we're making the right call. >> here
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Oct 19, 2009 12:00pm EDT
devaluation or even with china, for example, keeping its -- >> you promise you're going to come home? you're in probably one of the most beautiful stops in the world. >> reporter: my next stop is going to be boston. we'll be at the boston fed conference where there's so much to talk about with this financial crisis, and so much policy in motion. i do have to get on a place and go some place maybe not quite as nice as this time of year. >> then sheboygan. >> i have relatives from sh sheboygan. >>> are they declaring war on hedges? is that good for investors. >>> coming up at 12:45 p.m. eastern time, the fast money half-time report. >> i don't know if you have your intraday charts up. we're seeing a mini intraday reversal in rally among some of the tech bell weather out there. our traders will take their position on that. also tell you what the options market is pricing in in terms of apple's stock move. >>> oil is heading higher. we'll hit the charts, tell you what the next stop is. it is higher. we'll tell you how high.  >>> welcome back. we're almost halfway through the trad
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Dec 18, 2009 12:00pm EST
curl eaves, is he going to leave? he's been in china and my goal was to have all of the senior managers stay and they're a talented team and they're great people and as a team, we'll do it together. no ceo of a company this size can do it on their own. i need the team and the team needs to work together to make this a great company. >> who will run the consumer business? we haven't made determinations of anything other than yesterday's determination and i'm still absorbing that. >> as for as the consumer business and really the brand and the franchise of bank of america. it's been bruised, an image issue the way the entire financial services industry has been bruised and how do you regain the trust of the customer today? what are you, wog on in terms of brand? >> i think the backup, our industry has been bruised in the minds of the consumer largely because of the coalescence of things that were going and how pricing was working and the amount of free stuff we gave away and the pricing we did to make up for it and then we ran into the economy and things happened. so our job is t
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Dec 31, 2015 1:00pm EST
that china slowdown despite a few climbs in the meantime. brian? >> all right, kayla. thank you very much. just, by the way, the rig count usually comes out on friday. obviously tomorrow is a holiday. the baker hughes weekly rig count is coming out right now falling two. oil rigs down two. let's now talk about amazon.com. amazon has had a huge year this year. the stock has more than doubled in value, up 121%. amazon is a company now valued at $323 billion. wow. that's great for amazon shareholders and employees, but here is more macro question, is amazon becoming too big and simply too powerful in retail? bob pisani and retail reporter courtney reagan are with us, so is ron insana and kayla at the nyse. all of us were going back and forth on e-mail ahead of this segment. you say in 31 years of covering financial news, you have never seen a stock like amazon. explain. >> well, in the sense i've never seen a company like amazon where investors have been willing to give the firm the wide berth it has with respect to producing profitability. investors have been content with revenue growt
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Nov 2, 2015 1:00pm EST
negative surprises out of china as we saw in the october pmi number which shows the manufacturing sector remains in a tough spod, a renewed drop in commodity prices, and the looming fed rate hike. the markets seem to be discounting the likelihood of a hike this year. there's a 50/50 chance of a december rate hike. that's why this friday is important. a strong job reports could mean more chatter of a hike. >> thank you very much. sara, back to you. >>> -- getting off to a good start for the bulls. stocks trading around session highs at this hour. meantime, the window for the one red hot area of the market is rapidly closing. p bob pisani joins me to talk about that and ipos. i want to hit on today's action. china's manufacturing data was poor and normally that means china markets are down, japan is down. that did happen but normally that translates into a bad day for our commodity stocks and that's not happening and it's very interesting that it's not happening. so look at these commodity names. u.s. steel will be reporting tomorrow, up 7%. alcoa, vale, free mort mack more ran. nor
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May 18, 2016 1:00pm EDT
. >> is that a good thing for the gap though? they do this in china an t-mall. its not like they've never done this before, sell their merchandise through another channel. >> right. but there is a shift in the model. you know, you're suddenly not owning and operating your own retail channel. if amazon ever were to become a significant retailer of the clothes that, would mean that you are heavily overstored and that you really do have to tweak your distribution channel to represent the new model. >> so you think that gap should not do this? is that the bottom line? >> no. i mean, all of retailers need to follow the customer to where the customer is. so absolutely they need to do it. i do think that it's going to involve a few bumps and bruises along the way though. >> it's interesting. i was reading through the notes here. it seems like you think the winners, among the winners are the off pricers. we've seen success during this earnings season. and also the manufacturers. these are the guys of the f-corps of the world. they can decide what the channel is. does it play to their advantage? t
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Feb 20, 2015 1:00pm EST
revenue for the growers this year. >> and also china having some impact as well given that this week we just welcomed in the year of the sheep, ram, goat, whatever you want to call it, and usually chinese new we're is a big-time where they import a lot of their california oranges, but not the case this year. >> that's correct. you know acorked to usda we supply about 85% of the nation's fresh citrus crop on an annual basis so we're proud of that. 25% of that crop goes overseas to the asian theater, and that is averaged about $500 million a year for about the last three years. now we've approached the peak time where we would be exporting to all those asian countries, including australia, as a matter of fact, and now that fruit is sitting on the dock. it's spoiled. it hasn't been able to arrive with any sort of quality, and as a result, china is now told us that they're shutting the door down on our industry. it's becoming quite chaotic. up until now we're about $35 million into the hole. this week we would normally be shipping a million cartons of fruit overseas. we're shipping 400,0
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Mar 22, 2016 1:00pm EDT
anything on the world stage, to integrating china to stopping iran from getting nuclear weapons. >> europe has a longer history than the united states, 1915, 1939, 1949, 1989, is this an existential moment for the european union experiment? >> i think it is. and it may be the most significant since the worth of the coal and steel community after world war ii. even more than that, it is a test for the world. inflection point we are in is as important as the end of world war i. as important as the end of world war ii. if we can work together with europe on the world stage we can actually shape the future in a positive way. if europe is absent, all bets are off. so this can be a galvanizing moment -- what happened in brussels today can be a galvanizing moment were europe draws together for not just this issue but many others or we could watch for decades to come the unraveling of europe and that could be very ugly. >> fred kemp with the atlanta council. >>> an airport once again targeted in a terror attack. airline stocks taking a hit. what do today's attacks mean for travel to eur
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Jul 1, 2016 1:00pm EDT
the grips that i get from india and put them on the shafts that i get from china and put them on the heads i get from south korea. his response was he's making a lot of product in the united states. my response to that was that he's seeing an excessive profit margin because he's having these products built where there are very low labor costs. and that's expanding u.s. profit margins. so i think it's all contingent on the dollar. >> sure. >> if the dollar were to take a break, we've had 40 years of current account balance and $10.6 trillion. >> marc, i got to ask you one last question. you said the s&p 500, markets here in the u.s. are fully priced. does that mean they are a short here or they will continue to go sideways? >> i hate to short assets in a money printing environment. >> uh-huh. >> and i'd just like to remind you the nasdaq was grossly overpriced in december '99. and it still went up 30% until march 21, 2000. and then it collapsed. so in this environment i'm very reluctant to be heavily short. >> okay. >> but i just don't see a lot of value except as i mentioned to you i
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May 14, 2015 1:00pm EDT
. the buyer for the most expensive painting ever sold was a china buyer. >> benefits supervisor resting. that was top heavy. >> that was fabulous loved it. >>> okay, some help may be on the way for california's severe drought. here is the weather channel's dr. greg postel. >> rainy times are coming courtesy ofv it has been moving on board and bringing rain with it. let's model it out going through the morning hours. you can see all the way from san francisco down through bakersfield, los angeles. there's another system coming in jurtacy of the jetstream bringing a lot of rain to essentially the southern half of california. over the next couple of days, how much rain will fall? we think it will be several inches through parts of the southern half of the state. 1 to 2, l.a. to san diego. a little less the farther north you go. back to you. >> thank you very much. >>> well, the on-demand economy, hot startups bringing you whatever you want whenever you want and raising a ton of money. but how hot is too hot when it comes to these valuations? >>> plus -- >> today's powerhouse is hom
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Mar 14, 2016 1:00pm EDT
results of nafta, the results of the trade agreement with china is that this country has lost millions of decent paying jobs, communities around this country here in the midwest and ohio, michigan, illinois, have been devastated. >> with us now are two architects of nafta, the north american free trade agreement, the free trade legislation now under attack, you heard from bernie sanders, and also from right and left and center. joining us, clyde prestowitz and mickey canter, there at the end and credited for pushing nafta through under bill clinton. good to have you here. let me start with you. what would you say about bernie sanders and his criticism of nafta? >> a lot of heat and not much light. bernie doesn't have any facts to back up what he's talking about. nafta has shown a net increase in jobs every study, every study done by nonpartisan groups has shown nafta has been a net job gain for the united states. a big job gain for mexico, more important it tied our two economies together. nafta has been a success. >> but mr. canter, i think a lot of the critics would say maybe net number
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Sep 1, 2009 12:00pm EDT
necessary and the other issue i'd like you to address is the increasing talk that we need china to perform well and it's stock market to perform well if we are to do the same. what do you think? >> let me start with the china issue. our global strategist rob buckland put out a report last week saying don't look at china look at what's going on in your own economy. i think he's right. there's a tendency to look abroad for that kind of guidance, but the reality is we need to see our domestic economy doing better. china could boom and we're not going to get a toon of economic growth necessarily. i think the issued around the dollar are important. our lead indicators on volatility have been continuing to come down and suggesting that we're going to see this volatility numbers of the vix continue to ease. now, that's probably not popular right this second given what's going on in the markets, but what tends to happen also is the dollar has a correlation to that volume pit. when there's greater volatility, the dollar tends to strengthen as a safe haven, and, yes, risk assets in the commo
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