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May 15, 2013 1:00pm EDT
came in this morning with gdp of china being downgraded. and yet here we are. >> the prettiest girl at the dance. thanks, appreciate it. >> shares down majorly, if that's a word. and forecast a record profit for the year. it warned that lingering global economic concerns and adverse weather patterns made it cautious about the outlook. there you see why deere is down. sales increasing 4%. the company is raising its quarterly dividend. 25% to 25 cents a share. nice round numbers there. goldman sachs driving the market high higher steve leisman is at goldman headquarters with its president and chief operating officer. >> thanks. you should have seen the smile on our put it back up. take me to gary. the coo. what do you think when you look at that chart? >> we're going to grow all over the world. you know? as we look at the opportunities set out there. >> when you think which is the place like you expect the best returns? if it's not double digits you're really concerned? >> i don't know if we have double digit growth anywhere. and so if each of our businesses is growing and each of the
CNBC
Apr 15, 2013 1:00pm EDT
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Oct 5, 2017 1:00pm EDT
>> alibaba with all pac-12 sports, for last two years china hosted the opening ncaa basketball games and both years the broadcasting of it attracted more than 10 million chinese viewers. just to put that in perspective, thursday night football last week bringing in 15 million viewers domestically including amazon prime members that streamed the game. ncaa sports are just getting started in china by joining forces with pac-12, alibaba will have the ability to distribute 175 live network event providing alibaba with new contact for the massive audience as battle for sports content heats up over in china alibaba's rival has partnerships with the nba and nfl for pac-12 this gives them the opportunity to expand its global footprint as commissioner larry fox told us on squawk box. >> globalization is huge priority for universities and sports can be the front porch as it exposes interest and passion. >> the first game, first ncaa basketball game this year is on november 11th. ucla versus georgia tech played in shanghai. this is the latest place of china's big bet on sports content, and in this
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
CNBC
Mar 20, 2012 1:00pm EDT
>> josh? >> we are adding dem here. emerging market etf with very little china. >> pete? >> long citi. long citi calls. >> that does it for us. don't forget to catch more "fast money" 5:00 p.m. tonight. "power lunch" begins right now. >> thanks, michelle. we have three hours to go in the trading day. sell it if you've got it. the market's down across the board. oil is lower. the metals getting hit. on the first day of spring, how do you protect your portfolio. ty? >> sue, is this early warm weather this first day of spring going to cool off housing? could it get any cooler? we're going to crunch the home sales data out today and look at whether the spring season may end with a fizzle. >>> game on. it's not just angry birds. mobile gaming is the exploding sector of the video game industry. find out which companies may be set to deliver the next big thing. i'm sue herera with tyler mathisen. "power lunch" begins right now. >>> at the realtime exchange we're seeing a lot of red going on. concern over china, not so hot housing data, both weighing down on the markets. dow down 68. s&p
CNBC
Dec 8, 2014 1:00pm EST
. >> coming in we had weak data overseas from china, japan, germany. art cashin i was speaking to him earlier there is a historical negative bias to this week. december is a fairly strong month. once you get around the levels there is a little resistance you run up. people are looking ahead to retail reports out, as well. there are a couple of other data points that maybe investors feel they need to see before they push markets higher. >> thank you so much. >> thank you very much. the dow down triple digits. as you see there two of the more highly priced stocks leading the way down or three really, caterpillar, chevron and mcdonald's with bad numbers out today. all of them weighing on the index. power lunch will be back in two. exxon down about 2 1/2%. blp new cadillac.... ♪ ♪ my baby drove up in a brand new cadillac.... ♪ ♪ look here, daddy, i'm never coming back..... ♪ discover the new spirit of cadillac and the best offers of the season. lease this 2015 standard collection srx for around $359 a month. you are gonna need a wingman. and with my cash back, you are money. forget him.
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Jun 16, 2016 1:00pm EDT
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CNBC
Feb 25, 2010 1:00pm EST
mining company here in vancouver. what's key about them? the big evidence holding in china's s sovereign wealth fund. and the seethe that makes memory and money here in the olympics. >> see you in a couple of minutes. meanwhile, the market has been off considerably today. a lot of worries not only greece, which will try to auction off debt securities next week, but what country might be next. will it be spain? will that challenge the euro in? that has sent shivers down wall street but put a bid under certain sectors of the treasury market. we have the conclusion of a massive amount of debt auctioned off this week. rick santelli will give us details in a few minutes. you've got to wonder, steve liesman, whether or not the worries about europe -- we heard gary talk about the fact that he's negative on europe -- whether or not that isn't sending that safe haven play into treasuries. >> can we just remember this, the next time that -- >> no. >> -- that everybody is ready to write off the country and finances, where does the world come scurrying for cover? they come to the shores of
CNBC
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 23, 2012 1:00pm EDT
to do? are stocks really a safer place? >> caterpillar riding the wave of china's economic boom but with fears of a slowdown there, is it time to buy, sell or hold? >> and we're going to take a look at the gold market. up $18 right now but that's after nearly four weeks of losses. some say it's a buying opportunity. but one mining stock you should mine for when we come back. [ tires squeal, engine revs ] ♪ ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] not everything powerful has to guzzle fuel. the 2012 e-class bluetec from mercedes-benz. see your authorized mercedes-benz dealer for exceptional offers through mercedes-benz financial services. >>> welcome back to "power lunch." i'm courtney reagan. today's bond report. treasury pricing leaping to highest levels in one and a half weeks on global worries. let's check the up to the moment movement, lower as far as yields are concerned all the way to the 30, 10-year at 2.352 to be exact. sue, over to you. >> thank you very much, courtney. stocks meanwhile on track for the worst week of the year as concerns about a global slowdown put investors on edge no
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
Mar 21, 2012 1:00pm EDT
applications. so blending with gasoline for cars and trucks in china. >> which is the growth story. kevin, where would you be deploying cash in terms of sectors? energy i know is one you like. we heard the fed chief talk about energy a short while ago. >> sure. i think the market is looking at improving fundamentals. small cap stocks make sense in this. when we look at the individual sectors, the more cyclicly oriented like consumer discretionary. >> i was just going to say tech still works for you? >> it does. in technology space and healthcare, you've got sectors with very good fundamental macro trends. they're going to be with us for a long time. and their balance sheets are fortress lights. >> lots of cash. pleasure to have you in studio. come back. >> thank you for having us. >> let's head now to bertha coombs at the nasdaq with three in 30. >> thanks, tyler. yesterday we saw oracle shares rise about 1% going into earnings. cautious outlook for the fourth quarter giving back gains. meantime broadcom is up trying to beef up business to provide chips for internet hd tv and made a small
CNBC
May 12, 2015 1:00pm EDT
was cheaper than the use and maybe not as attractive. # we like china, but you have h shares or a shares. >> with the premium. the european market. we had a huge run. a lot of the cream is off the cake right there, but in terms of china, after a huge move in the market all it's done is addressed a huge bear market decline despite the economy all be it slowing, the companies we invest in some of the companies have been for many years. they are still at reasonable prices and you have the withdrawal of the fed here in china. they are getting an introduction. >> they are just getting started. >> thank you very much for joining us today. you can go to power lunch to see why he is bullish on dividend-paying stocks as he out lined a moment ago. >> they are one of the types of vehicles on u.s. highways. do you own one. if you do listen up. you in fears about how safe they really are. three sectors you may want to buy on a dip. power lunch is back in two. card is designed to sync with your life it gets talked about... ♪ ♪ ♪ so you can live the way you live, and enjoy all the rewards.
CNBC
Nov 22, 2017 1:00pm EST
plate full. >> on the topic of yours, peter, should we be concerned about what's happening in china the spike in very short-term yields the shorter term yields above five-year yields is that something that's a short-term factor or a sign of bigger things to come in the second biggest economy in the. >> tremendously over the past ten years now seeing a rise in interest rates it's somewhat combust be long term optimistic on china but the debt overhang is there and when you see a rise in not only interbank rates but market rates you have to pay attention it could be a concern for next year. >> good session, though, this morning in asia, despite some weakness in some of the smaller cap stocks over the last week or two. michael, peter, thank you very much >> thank you very much happy thanksgiving all. >> happy thanksgiving to you michael. >> tell willeford what it is, will you. >> the lemon cake? >> no, no, no. the thanksgiving >> oh, thanksgiving. we had a conversation this morning already explained it and christmas. >> i would like to point out i was aware before the conversation, but than
CNBC
Oct 22, 2012 1:00pm EDT
of china. this is the biggest week of central banks. i'm looking for this as well to go up here. >> so that sounds like two bullish calls there. the apparel company vf corp., lee jeans, wranglers and all of those, bigger quarterly profit though revenues came in shy of expectations. company also announcing it is increasing its quarterly dividend by 20%. buy, sell, hold on vf? >> just like mkeep in mind, it e close last week. i'm very optimistic out here. they got hurt a glit in their european sales of northface. on top of that, lot of retailers are very conservative and they were's trying to be stung last year when they bought all that stuff with that warm weather. >> but, man, they sell a lot of those northface -- >> they are selling 23% more in china. on the trajectory it is going up. >> real -- comfortable -- jeans. all right, see you in a little bit. >>> many americans facing an uncertain future with their retirement funds. what is the smart way to play catch-up? $3.5 trillion worth of advice for you from blackrock. >>> the big three automakers have always banked on consumers
CNBC
May 28, 2013 1:00pm EDT
. a lot of houses are being purchased by blackstone, and this week we learned that china, the sovereign wealth fund may start purchasing houses with its -- >> individual properties? >> yes, with the foreign currency. so i think a lot of this is investor driven. it gives me pause on how strong this really is. >> cindy, you realize the prices, even though they are up at the highest pace, they're still about 30% below the peak? >> that's a really good point, the most important appoint. we're not there yet. i think we're just starting to get back to a little more normal, kind of seeing the early signs of it. but you're looking at most of the sales happening in existing homes. the think that will help drive the economy will be new home sales. >> back to 2003 in terms of levels. >>> let's go to another happy story here. the cruise industry, another pr nightmare for that industry, royal caribbean ship burst into flames at sea near the bahamas. have you ever been on a cruise? >> i was on a cruise once, and it's because i love my mother. i'll tell you something, i was completely shocke
CNBC
Oct 16, 2012 1:00pm EDT
china are both creating uncertainty among clients and thus making it difficult for the firm to forecast the next few quarters. shares down on that news down about 3%. sue, over to you. >> all right. let's check out the bond market. we do have a significant rally in the dow jones industrial average. all the major indices. is that taking the steam out of the bond market? >> it is, but not a lot. as a matter of fact, if you look at a 24 hour chart of ten, really the biggest detector was the potential for a line credit by spain. and that indeed pushed rates up about 7:30 eastern. but we see rates have climbed, as well, not breaking that initial range. if you look at the euro currency, you can clearly see that was the delivery mechanism for really way bunds and treasuries are behaving. but it doesn't end there. let's look at the flip side. year to date of the dollar index reveals that the dollar continues to technically suffer as it distances itself from that very significant 80 level and looks like we're breaking to the down side in a similar fashion. another all-time high for the
CNBC
Aug 6, 2014 1:00pm EDT
in second quarter profit. this as costs jumped and sales in china, which is the biggest market, fell 12%. that stock is currently trading down just about 22%. herbalife is also following that stock. down just over 1.5%. >>> time for the power pitch. you see them, these beautiful flowers, they're lovely. interest preneuros get 60 seconds to make their pitch, and then you get to vote if you are in or out. get ready a gone to cnbc.c cnbc.com/flashvote now. power pitch time. >>> i'm mandy drury. in a moment's time we'll be watching today's power pitch. get out your phones and log-on to cnbc.com/vote and give this an a, b, c, d or f. get ready now. this today's pitch. >>> well got tired of seeing the came cookie cutter design and insane prizes, having to pay they junk service fees. at the end of the day we wented up with something that delivered in the box and looked nothing like we saw on the internet. >> we created bloomnation.com, the world's first online floral marketplace that brings the country's best top local florists in an easy to use site. what you see is what you finally get, b
CNBC
Oct 8, 2013 1:00pm EDT
are expanding our business quickly in china, brazil, russia, and other developing countries. giving people in those communities that are creating new wealth access to the highest levels of our culture and that's a big part of our mission. >> will that be, do you think, ultimately the lion's share of your revenue stream from emerged markets but perhaps outside of the united states? >> well, the american market is still our largest market by far and western europe is very strongly in second place. but, of course, the asian markets and the other developing countries will be a big part of our growth. but by no means are we reducing our focus in america and western europe. most importantly, our true focus is on the great artists that play steinway, the great players of the piano around the world will be our core market. >> have you ever seen anything like the browns who are, you know, been playing fors us throughout "power lunch." i've never seen five siblings all one, get into juilliard at the same time and play so beautifully and passionately together, it's quite extraordinary really.
CNBC
Mar 1, 2013 1:00pm EST
and china. we do want it point out that silver is a the only thing that caught a bid after bid today. rick? >> if you look at a dave ten, yes, down three on the day. but we are down 11 basis point on the week. open up the chart on the year to date. closing last year to 176 yield. here is what is interesting. look at the same chart for a boom. even more of a correction going and what is noteworthy there is they were down 16 basis point on the week. closing around 141 yield. if we look at british pound, most looked at chart of the day on the intraday you can see we close at 15160. not only yesterday but last friday. opening the chart up back it june of 2010, we haven't settled under 150 since june of 2010. scott? all years. >> a level we will certainly watch. rick santelli, thanks to you. >>> a roller coaster week for the markets, as you know. today with the dow at one point do down 110 points. we bring back in our cast here. kate, data next week is big. jobs report next week is big. europe will be in the headlines, you know it is. banks stress tests are coming. there is a lot of head
CNBC
Jul 5, 2017 1:00pm EDT
" starts now. >>> north korea ramping up president trump is angry and will china finally step up and help solve the korean crisis your money shaking it off. are earnings strong enough to shrug off increased tension with pyongyang? >>> holy breakdown, a part of the retail world that is absolutely blowing a gasket today. so turn the key, crank it up, "power lunch" starts right now >>> and welcome to "power lunch. the major averages cutting the losses trying to stage a turn around here. nasdaq moving higher trying to avoid a four-day losing streak higher by more than half a percent. energy losing. chesapeake, range resources leading the declines and big between 4% and 6% because crude oil is sinking right now prices lower for the first time in nine sessions by a big decline look at wti. off by more than a buck of 4% to $45.40 tyler? >> thank you welcome, everybody here's what else is happening right now. big deal in the payment business vantik making a $10 billion offer for the uk's world pay group. jpmorgan at an early stage of considering an offer for world pay but now doesn't plan to make
CNBC
Sep 7, 2012 1:00pm EDT
to grow our economy. not when china's producing more engineers and more scientists and we have to compete with them. after we were on the brink of financial meltdown because of irresponsible decisions made on wall street, i don't believe that rolling back regulations there is somehow going to help small businesswomen or busine businessmen expand or laid off construction workers to get back to work. web there. we have tried what they're selling. it didn't work then. it won't work now. we're not going back. we're moving forward. that's why you're here today. >> that is president obama speaking to supporters in new hampshire. we'll monitor his talk to see if he does say anything about this morning's rather soggy to put it mildly jobs report. both candidates are on the road right now. governor romney as you see there or just about as you see there, he is set to appear at any moment and address supporters in i believe it is orange, iowa. now, earlier today, we did hear right here on cnbc from republican vice presidential candidate paul ryan exclusively. he spoke with carl quintanilla o
CNBC
Sep 12, 2017 1:00pm EDT
talent between us and china. really historically, they have always been behind us when it comes to tech >> we ignore chinese ai at our own peril. on the streets when visiting universities in beijing, the ten cent are close, if not equal to our very best ai companies alphabet, facebook, apple, amazon there is an arms race, but also an arms race for start-up talent it's like being an nfl quarterback prospect a great ai developer today is being identified, sophomore year, junior year in college and receiving an nfl-like quarterback contract >> we want to listen in just a little bit this is a super important guy when it comes to private equity. >> i have been on a 25 year, this is our 25th anniversary, i have been on a 25 year jour ane to go back and look across products to find opportunities we started in big buyouts because in the age of beta, that was an interesting place to be but, i think we are in a very different age now and we were lucky enough to set up the firm in san francisco at a particular moment and we have strong views as to what you have to be doing at this moment >> why is
CNBC
May 31, 2017 1:00pm EDT
spectrum, talking about their play in china which she says now is off the table for the next couple of years. but as with most ceos at this conference it always comes down to how they're relatinging and competing with amazon. here is reid hastings talking about amazon and how he says they're trying to rewrite the rules of american business. >> if we try to out amazon amazon then that's a losing battle. so he what we have to do is be the specialty play. we're trying to be starbucks, they're trying to be walmart. we have to have brand love and focus. what they do is incredible. so we wouldn't focus on those things. we would focus on how do we be really the embodiment of entertainment and joys and tv shows. >> reporter: of course netflix is working on europe, asia and south america. china has been a hard part as they are try to break into that blocked off market. this is hastings talking about whether china is a near term play for them now. >> we've done awfully well in latin america and in europe and of course in north america so we've learned some things but we have a lot of room to
CNBC
Oct 25, 2017 1:00pm EDT
worse, china forced yahoo to hand in a dissident. what are you going to do over there? i feel like there isn't much choice except here >> it's definitely it's never a good thing, but if you're going to reduce the corporate tax rates and you -- tap into job creation, it's a good thing, you can replace the income you're losing by reduction. if you're going to china, it's really where the consumers are going to create the demand the next 20 unicorns are going to exist in china. that's where innovation is going to happen, if you regulate in the u.s., you're going to see more of it happen there. happene >> is there a job creation, jeff i hear what you're saying. >> we always hear small business is the job creator no they're not they just happen to be small because they're new. facebook, google and amazon hurt smaller technology firm creation >> i don't think so because if you look at google or facebook, google hasn't invented a product in ten years they bought everything they bought android. they bought nest they bought youtube. you're still going to see that small creation or the job c
CNBC
Oct 13, 2014 1:00pm EDT
have a potential problem. as steve put it, europe is a bit of a problem and back up in china the demand is allowing commodity prices almost across the board to begin to slip down. that's a worrisome sign. the strength in the dollar also is contributing to a kind of deflationary transaction, if you would, moving across borders. the real concern is if you develop full-fledged deflation, then ordinarily the economy grinds to a halt. if i'm going to get a refrigerator cheaper in six months, why would i buy it now? >> right. >> that's the fear. arthur, thank you very much. art cashin. t yshg, up to you. >> here's one place that doesn't have to worry about deflation, venezuela. it's got a massive inflation problem. the country offering investors 15% on their money. it's becoming a favorite play to hedge funds. would you lend money to venezuela for 15%? go to cnbc.com/vote, let us know what you would do. michelle caruso-cabrera is here with more on how they did it and whether it's worth the risk. >> we were think being this because of steve's presentation. here is venezuela, if you want
CNBC
Dec 13, 2012 1:00pm EST
sachs. upgrading yum brands. goldman noting quote that recent soft china same store sales and resulting uncertainty provide a good entry point, shares of yum down more than 6%. >> inflexion point. doesn't that say it somewhere? >> inflexion? >> china, inflexion point. >> they need antibiotics. >> no, not that kind pf. >> oh, not that kind of one. >> so the stock will move based on increasing internal consumption. >> so you like the upgrade? >> i like the upgrade. >> jason is upgrading vera bradley. nice bags. very nice. we expect top line and continue that margin are are at a positive inflexion point. >> forget the inflexion point on this one. >> i think is concerning stock for me. they have been guiding revenue on see things down. they have a problem with inventory. i'm not a fan of this stock. >> the bagses, though. nice bags. >> they are nice bags. we will get you one for christmas. >> good to see you, man. all right. sue? >> you guys are having way too much fun up there without me. i'm getting jealous. let's go to sharon epperson. gold market down more than 20 degrees, bel
CNBC
Jan 16, 2013 1:00pm EST
put their money, gr bra zil is first, china, canada and europe, not india or russia. russia ranked last on this list. maybe instead of bricks, we should call it the becks. not as catchy maybe more appealing. >> brazil is number one by a significant margin. 2 percentage points. >> then canada and europe. canada and europe not among the big markets that we talk about as growth markets, but that's where they're from. >> to bertha coombs now. >> the wealth management firm this morning posting earnings that missed the mark on the top and bottom line. but taking a line down with fitch coming out with a report saying that they expect that revenues will continue to be tough for them. they also said that their expenses continue to be too high. back to you. >> thank you very much, ber that. if you have an idea and you would like big money behind it, don't move. we want to see how it comes together because the power pitch is coming up next. ♪ [ male announcer ] how do you make 70,000 trades a second... ♪ reach one customer at a time? ♪ or help doctors turn billions of bytes of shared in
CNBC
Jul 26, 2012 1:00pm EDT
saying this. we think it's a screaming buy. there's amazing things going on in china. building more of the energy infrastructure here in the u.s. i don't know how you can come out with that. we think it's a great buy at this point. >> you disagree with that call. okay. fine. ubs downgrading altria to neutral from buy. still makes sense but we see little upside of the stock from the current levels over the year. the shares up 35% but there you see it today at 35.74 and i think their call on this was with a $35 price target. >> yeah. with bernanke, we agree with this completely. bernanke's decreasing rates with the 10-year at 1.4. a crowded trade is in trade. everybody looking for yield. pe jumped up. i wouldn't be buying it at these prices. >> thank you very much. gold prices closing right now. sharon epperson is tracking the action. sharon? >> the bid of the gold market earlier this morning fizzled a bit. gold prices closed above the 1,600 level for the second straight session and near a three-week high here for the price of the precious metal. of course, a lot of comments on cnbc and
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Dec 6, 2017 1:00pm EST
over the last couple of years is china coming up and moving neck and neck with india. those are the largest consuming countries of gold. in both of those, jewelry is the number one use and the store of wealth would be the number two use. what is consistent with the gold space is we see the populations especially the middle class and the countries are growing over the next five to 10 years which is good for gold demand. >> that are would boost demand and presumably boost the price, right? >> exactly what you haven't seen in gold is a lot of investment and expiration and in new projects over the last five or six years as you have seen the price come off. we expect to see the mine's production of gold drop from 103 million ounces down to 93 million ounces over the last five or six years. reduction in supply and increase in demand is good. >> when it comes to gold, a lot of the easy copper in the world has been found do you have to go to more difficult deeper mines than before as the easy stuff that has already been gotten? >> one of the advantages, we are in four geographic regions aus
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Dec 1, 2009 12:00pm EST
china's a big factor. there's talk that china may be buying more gold and that has the material stocks today at fresh highs. b b barrick gold saying it's lifting its hedges. the big banks are to the downside. jpmorgan saying it sees the big banks lending and gaining less. pharma today, very hot. we've got pfizer at a new high. it's going to be producing generics in japan. it's also got a drug deal with protalix. instead, they're doing a collaboration deal. let's head to the nasdaq and brian shactman. >> we are close to the highs of the session. you see the data came out really at that part of the morning. two bigger stories we want to talk about. al terra lifting the chips space. raising fourth quarter guidance. that's a net positive. staples, they beat on the top line. they beat on the bottom line and from black friday on, they're seeing great traffic and they do a ton of business online. very good numbers across the hand set market. google up and weakness with ebay giving back 5% gains from yesterday. let's go to sharon, who's a busy, busy woman at the nymex. >> gold prices are over
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Apr 3, 2013 1:00pm EDT
february. if you overlay this on china, china is down this year. now oil is not collapsing. it's down today. but there are concerns about global weakness affecting global demands for oil. and here again, some of the big oil service names. >> we're down about 91 points now. >> remember yesterday, valero told cnbc that the cost will cost between 300 and 400 million. analysts telling me that we are seeing selling from that news. making it more expensive to come ply. add in potential profit taking. refiners down again today. sue, back to you. >> thank you very much. |to chicago and the trading pits where we see the yield on the ten year. what are they watching? >> they're watching that index you're going to think about on the bond side down for the year. might not be for long. look at the 24 hour. 180. year to date, please. for all of data 2013, this is the lowest yield should it close here. there is movement in that. eight month commodity lows. add corn to that. a boat load of corn potentially being planted. >> stocks slipping today. so can the bull continue to run with the dow jones alr
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Mar 26, 2012 1:00pm EDT
ecb, the bank of china. so you have very accommodative governments around the world. this is a time to be invested on what i would call risk-on equities. growth equities should do very well this year. >> and we're showing some of the stocks that you're bullish on that include monster beverage, apple on the one hand. and you've been bullish on apple for some time now. but on the other hand you have dollar tree and mcdonald's. sounds like you're hedging in there. >> absolutely. now's a time mcdonald's is down year-to-date. and apple's up huge. and i still like it. and i think it's going higher from here. but i think you want to balance your high growth stocks. it's all about portfolio construction, right. you want to balance your high growth stocks with some good quality stable growers as well. >> how important are dividends? because they were hot last year. >> not at all. >> why? >> not at all. it's the most overcrowded trade. i've talked about this before. the returns this year are going to come from appreciation not dividends. at the end of the last year utilities were trading at a
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Oct 17, 2017 1:00pm EDT
>> do you think he'll ask him about his long relationship with russia and china, tsipras? >> i hope president trump did. this is a left-wing greek leader, traditionally -- >> communist left-wing communist. off the charts communist >> and traditionally very anti-american. and what's happened is the greeks have gotten to be very close to the chinese, who runt the port of pyres and the russians it's complicated -- >> they don't just run it they own it >> they own and t. and run it. both things. you're right >> north create bigger issue right now, correct >> certainly the most important national security crisis we face >> is it really a crisis are we anywhere closer to war than we were, say, a year ago? >> we are. the threat of war is higher than it was a year ago. i still think the probability of a war is low certainly lower than 10% as most people would measure it. i think secretary mattis in particular has put us on a very effective path the wild card here of course is kim jong un. is he going to continue to test ballistic missiles is there another hydrogen test coming will the chine
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Jun 7, 2017 1:00pm EDT
rest of the world that's worrisome. it's brazil, china, do these countries, does italy have the ability to absorb the impact of tighter monetary policy in the united states? that's the question mark. >> ken griffitn, thanks so much for coming on. don't be a stranger and come back. >> thank you very much. >> ken gingrich, the criffin, t citadel. we're here all day at sandler o'neil. >> bob, thanks so much and our thanks to ken gingrich, as well. a lot of interesting points coming out of that. thinks there could be more room for upside on this, but concerned about the potential for inflation to get away from the feds and how other markets will react once the fed does start raising rates. >> complacency surrounding inflation is what worries him most. i was most fascinated about investmethe investments, the facebooks and amazons of the world, those are among his top holdings in his portfolio, as of some of the latest filings out there. we just had this stat about the cues, there was all this money going to the cues. the biggest inflows in a very long time coming out of the xak, beca
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Apr 4, 2014 1:00pm EDT
seen since december of 2012. who is buying more? china. there are six countries still permitted to buy oil from iran but the administration says during this negotiation period through july, they are not supposed to buy more than their six-month average. if you look at the 15 months worth of data for china, they had better be buying a lot less from iran in the next two months or they will be in violation. india is also one of the six countries. let's go through the next charts. we see a big spike in the last two months as well and you can really see it on the 15 month chart where it's really apparent. so what's going on? nat kearn says he thinks the state department isn't focused on this like it should be. >> there has been a little lax enforcement. there has been a lack of attention. to some degree during the past couple months, as this trend began, the administration denied that there was any trend and just called it simple fluctuations. >> the administration says it's not true that they are being lax. they still say it's seasonal and the next two months will show declines and they al
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Jul 18, 2017 1:00pm EDT
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Aug 6, 2012 1:00pm EDT
not overexposed in china. take a look at last three months. the stock beat up. maybe there's some real value here after they had a huge run-up in 2011. back to you. >> thank you. >>> now the houses crisis and the mortgage market. diana olick is live in washington with more on that. hi, diana. >> reporter: hey, tyler. the private label mortgages, mortgages not backed by fannie, freddie or the fha passed a threshold. much is thanks to the government which claims just the opposite, it's trying to bring private investors back the mortgages. private mortgage investors held 2.2 trillion in mortgage debt at the peak in 2007 after the share of originations to 27% of the market. in 2006, fha barely 3%. after millions of loans defaulted and close to no new private investment happened today they make up over 90% of new mortgage originations. there's an estimate of the private market will fall to 750 billion in 2014 and to 500 billion by the beginning of 2017. so, where are the investors? well, many, of course, were burned by subprime and the longer -- no longer trust the ratings agencies. bu
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Jun 18, 2012 1:00pm EDT
to increase that exposure. clearly, we've been concerned about the slowdown in china and think that the recent policy moves prevent a hard landing and we would be willing to increase our exposure. >> that's what our viewers should watch for? >> absolutely. >> thank you so much. >> nice to be here. >> we are analyzing the analyst on a break and on the list two big dot-com names and a tractor. an update on the colorado wildfires. still burning 131 homes have been destroyed so far. but high winds 30 to 50 miles per hour are fanning those flames. it could make the number go higher today. we're watching it for you and we're back in two minute's time. that's why programs like... ...the mickelson exxonmobil teachers academy... ...and astronaut sally ride's science academy are helping our educators improve student success in math and science. let's shoot for the stars. let's invest in our teachers and inspire our students. let's solve this. or treat gas with these after you get it. now that's like sunblock before or sun burn cream later. oh, somebody out there's saying, now i get it! take b
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Jul 14, 2014 1:00pm EDT
markets, this started overseas. china off very well. shanghai on the up side, nikkei on the up side as well. there you see germany with a nice close. and we're in a sense a big of lag guards on that. emerges markets very nice volume today look into psi, turkey and thailand. elsewhere, big volume and commodity etfs, we talked about the decline in gold, but the u.s. oil fund down again today. there is that gsg, a big fund for commodities. that's been declining almost every day this month so star. finally the financials, and the technology stocks, and the industrial names, all of them, of course, cyclical in nature. >> hi, seema. >> the nasdaq 100 at a fresh 14-year high. apple is playing a big role. analysts are getting increasingly positive of apple ahead of the iphone 6 launch. giving ceo tim cook a thumbs up. let's also talk about the iphone 6. pa risk cresse says invensense will benefit. another stock that stands about benefit. nxp. back to you. seema, thank you very much. m & a monday, or insertion. myllan buying abbott labs. it says it will expand its business outside the u.s. i
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May 23, 2017 1:00pm EDT
herbalife shares, tanking, about 6%. reports the company's china chief has abruptly left. we'll bring you more details when we have them. >> i'm which will fred frost. here is what else is happening. new clues about the economy, data that measures the amount of freight transported by trucks showing a surprise drop. and a retirement savings regulation known as the fiduciary rule will go ahead on the 9th of june. more on the fallout on "power lunch" coming up. and the death toll rising to 22 in that suicide bombing at the concert in manchester, england, and an arrest has been made. on that note let's get straight to manchester with the latest developments at this hour. >> reporter: yes, will. the mayor leading a vigil outside the city hall not too far from where i'm standing here, not too far from manchester arena, the site of the horrific attack last night. teresa may has been up here this afternoon signing a letter of condolence, visiting some of the injured in the hospitals of the 60 or so injured being treated in eight hospitals, 22 of them we learned are children. teresa may also m
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Apr 30, 2010 12:00pm EDT
record levels and biggest area of growth will be outdoor apparel and china. the stock is getting hit a little bit today. we finish up with avon corporation. fascinating story there today. avon really got hit very hard because of a currency devaluation in venezuela which hammered its corporate profits which fell 64%, but the revenues climbed and consumerers in a lot of the international markets performed very well. avon corporation which was called lower and then moved higher on the trading session, which is interesting. also a bribery scandal that they had to put out a lot of legal calls for. they replaced their managers in china and not abandon, but cut back on the boutique selling in china and go more door-to-door. you're up to date on earnings, guys. back to you. >>> up next the world getting an upgrade. everything from roads to powergrids to water systems. >> which companies will cash in. four stocks that could win big in this global building boom. we'll give you the names in two minutes. >>> welcome back, the globe is getting an upgrade with nations bumpi pumping $30 trillion upgr
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Mar 23, 2010 12:00pm EDT
. just how many u.s. jobs have been lost to china. which industries stand out the most? we'll give you a hint. it is not manufacturing. the result of a new survey exclusively on "power lunch" after this. >>> welcome back. a lot of talk of what's going on with china. new study today shows lost to trade deficit with china. 2.4 million jobs have been lost since 2001 when china joined the world trade organization. hardest hit, not blue collar jobs. the computer and electronics industry. i.t. scott paul, executive director for the alliance of american manufacturing, which did the study together with the economic policy institute. good to see you. >> great to be with you today. >> were you surprised it didn't turb out to be manufacturing but actually manufacturing that were hardest hit? >> absolutely. we did lose a number of manufacturing jobs, no doubt about that. the surprising part of the study is that in computers and electronic equipment and semiconductors we lost about a quarter of the jobs that we lost to china were in those sectors and they were concentrated, not in industrial heartl
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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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Jan 24, 2014 1:00pm EST
, stocks, emerging market equities. europe was a sell-off. worries about asia, china, economic data coming out. so much to keep an eye on into next week. have a terrific weekend. that's all for us. "power lunch" begins now. >>> "halftime" is over. the second half of the trading day gets under way right now. "power lunch" is all over it. >> you bet we are. the big question this hour, of course, is this. is this the start of something serious or are we actually in the middle of something serious, namely a correction? we have a whole lot of great guests coming up, including our friend jim cramer, who is back today, ready, set and game to discuss that question and more. here's where we stand right now, folks. the dow industrials a little bit off their lows. nevertheless, down another 1% today, just above 16,000 as you see there. s&p hanging just above 1800, down 1.3%. the nasdaq going down for the ride, down 1.5% at 4155. there are ways to win while the markets drop and we will look at the etfs, they kind of go the other way. we are talking about ways to short the emerging markets witho
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Aug 19, 2009 12:00pm EDT
impact right now. we were down overnight when it came to the china worries, up a bit when we were into those numbers, and spiked based a little bit and up even further. look at the numbers now, pisani mentioned it. we had a drawdown of $8 million, and expected a bill of at least a million. that is the key one right there. the other two really honestly, secondary right now. the rest of the complex, a little bit of a mixed picture. i want to point out that nat gas trying to break a nine-day losing streak. ask bill, i want to point out, many traders who i have a lot of respect for saying to me, you know what, oil could have turned around the he could market today, because you have seen the strength there. and we went up after the numbers and paused and went up again after the equity market started to up trend once again. >> it has happened before, brian, where the energy prices go, the commodity prices moving higher, as well. it takes some of the commodity-based stocks with them and that seems to be what is leading this market right now. thank you, brian. let's talk about this resili
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Jan 14, 2016 1:00pm EST
slowdown, contagion spinning from china to the rest of the world. i'm mandy drury along with tyler mathisen. >> it's good to be with you. despite the threat and the fear, stocks up a little bit today. it has, however, don't need to tell you this, been a terrible start to 2016. we begin, speaking of terrible starts with dominic chu explaining exactly what contagion means -- >> i don't want to be the bearer of bad news. >> -- where it's coming from, and what it could bring. >> there's all this talk of contagion. we wanted to put it in context to stage and frame the discussion because we are not necessarily there, but we want to show you what happens when it does actually occur. so let's -- first of all, let's put it this way, a lot of different people have a lot of different definitions for what contagion is going to be here, but there are three general themes. one of them is that they start very local, specific to one economy, geography, or an asset class. that weakness goes to bullet point number two here. it spreads to other locations whether it be geographically or assets, and nu
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Oct 11, 2016 1:00pm EDT
gotten recently. we had the honeywell warning, we had alcoa coming out saying that growth in china hasn't really materialized yet. we have got a dollar that is actually strengthened significantly in the past month, 2.4%. you enter earnings -- >> there is no doubt it is baked in. be a little careful because you don't know exactly why people are positioned once the news event happened. you can have an outsider reaction. i think that's the fed's goal, to go with maximum flexibility and hike without a big market reaction. i think it is worth talking about, a piece that is out there from goldman sachs, this connection between the election and the rate hike. and the idea being that the more it seems like hillary clinton will get elected, the more certain the market gets about a rate hike and that's because there is some fear out there that a trump victory has some sort of economic shock value to it that could upset markets and could cause the fed less likely to increase rates, but the more increased probability of a clinton victory gives the fed more confidence and the market more confidence th
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Oct 17, 2013 1:00pm EDT
reporting a 4% drop amid a decline in hardware and emerging markets. hardware hit in china which accounts for about 4% of big blue's business. ibm saying it will be dealing with the impact of china's slowing growth over the next couple quarters. ebay gave a disappointing holiday forecast blaming a weaker u.s. economic environment, the cfo telling investors that e-commerce has softened and specialty mattress select comfort lowered guidance blaming the u.s. economy. shares of temper and mattress firm also sagging if you will. in sympathy. speaking of waving red flags, china getting aggressive. robert frank will have shocking numbers regarding global luxury goods and chinese buyers but first what does the u.s.'s biggest foreign creditor think of the debt ceiling deal. cnbc's chief international correspondent michele caruso cabrera has china's reaction. >> the chinese are not impressed. >> surprise surprise. >> there's new commentary published by the government control news agency. it says one of many quotes. politicians in washington have done nothing substantial but postponing once
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Mar 18, 2013 1:00pm EDT
sources is potentially china, not that it is directly related to what's going on so much in cyprus, but because some of the things that are going on in china's economy are similar to the things that have hurt europe and the u.s. >> yes. they say they see thee things happening in china, which preceded what happened here in the united states when it came to the financial crisis. elevated property prices. we know all about that. that is certainly happening in china. the second one is, falling local government tax refrigerator knew. in other words, not bringing in as much money which is problematic because a lot of local governments are inat the timed over there. and then declining potential growth rates. they've already said that this year they're only going to grow 7 1/2% over in china. that's at least the gold. but far lower than what we've been used to from that economy. note from nomura to keep an eye on. >> the cyprus story comes back to the question of bail or fail. why not let the banks go? i feel story for them. >> i don't, either, actually. >> i'm kidding. >> if you let the b
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