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May 14, 2014 1:00pm EDT
qualcomm. there is a goldman report out that talked about china's lte prospects, and they actually think that apple and qualcomm could be big beneficiaries of that. boy tech is another area of strength we are seeing today. gilead and amgen leading the index higher, one is a big meeting today, waiting to see what the latest data is when it comes to cancer drugs. back to you. >>> thanks, shielda. let's look at the bond market. the ten-year bond -- and it's kind of holding at those levels. rick santelli is with us. >> hi, sue. i know everybody is debating and everybody seems to want to blame kiev and the ukraine, but i think there's so much more into what's going on with interest rates. remember, it started, you know, not in march, mid march when they had the referendum. not in the third week in february when all that really started hitting the news. it basically started after the streamers came down on new year's eve. as you look at intrasee, see it was down to 252 yield, now hovering at 254. look tess fives. that could be the lower yield close since mid march. and enthink what's very fasc
CNBC
Apr 21, 2015 1:00pm EDT
terms of the four major regions of the world, china and north america up 9.4 and 6.1%. those are the number one and number two markets in the world. they easily upset the weakness and europe continues to be a mess. they are making improvements there, but overall they are struggling in large part because look what happened. they have been kput in half. as you look at shares there is the potential with sales topping 2.4 million worldwide. there is the potential to make it to 10 million vehicles in annual sale this is year. that would be a record. it's not enough to catch up with volkswagen and toyota, but it will be showing a nice gain if they can sustain this. >> if is the question. thank you very much for that. it is a monster week for earnings. let's begin with harley davidson. the iconic motorcycle maker beating on the bottom line but revenue missing expectations. sales outlook for the year and the stock as you can see is getting whacked to the tune of nearly 9%. under armor is under pressure down by nearly 5%. the apparel maker meeting profit and revenue estimates, but the cells o
CNBC
Apr 24, 2014 1:00pm EDT
hates china, knows it's slowing down, got a credit, real estate bubble, blah, blah, blah. the stocks are cheap there and they're taking on reforms that are longer lasting in terms of freeing the market control. important election in india coming up. if modi wins the election, there's going to be a multiyear run in india as he liberalizes that economy. as two examples. >> peter, thank you very much. great to be with you. michael, all in on blackout there. will you? put some money on the table. >> will do. thank you, tyler. >> put a little bit of that in for me, too. >>> all right. coming up, a new product in the housing market. one public company says it has found just such a thing. see what they're talking about and could it really change the entire landscape of this industry? >>> plus, we talk warren buffett and the boards. if he can't say no, even when he wants to, can anyone? >> taking them on is a little bit like belching at the dinner table. i mean, you can't do it too often. you do, you find you're eating o in the kitchen, pretty soon. and under the most demanding circum
CNBC
Jan 28, 2015 1:00pm EST
%. mainland china, sue, up 100%. ipad shipments down nearly 20% from a year earlier. macs coming in at 5.5 million. he was very excited about apple pay telling us that the service is off to in his words, an unbelievably strong start. what can investors expect in the months ahead? for one, remember apple usually updates its capital return program in the spring and certainly apple can afford to give more cash back to shareholders. its current cash pile $178 billion. while apple had teased the i watch as early as this year we now have a firm date. in april. tyler, back to you. >> all right. we're going to bring in john ford. iphone sales, blockbuster posting this stuff, john. mac sales, ipad sales, a little bit. ipad sales are down. still a 9 billion dollar business. amazon and others are selling tablets for much cheaper. retail, very nice trick. they've got hundreds of stores expanding in china. speaking of china, that's another trick. they're managing to grow revenue about 100% in mainland china at a time when a lot of other people are having trouble making inroads there. they're also verti
CNBC
Jun 21, 2017 1:00pm EDT
america policy getting support from an unlikely place, china. alibaba on why made in america could be the gateway to china. >>> and latest auto quality ranking hitting wires right now. winners, losers and more fasten your seatbelts because a refed up edition of "power lunch" starts right now. ♪ ♪ ♪ and welcome to "power lunch. i'm melissa lee. nasdaq barely holding on up about 2 wi8 points joining the dow and s&p 500 which are negative etf that tracks, hitting yet another intraday all-time high and ivb is rally within health care it is on pace for best week of the year esperion, novocure, biggest leaders right now. >> thank you we will find out right now which car company has the highest quality of anybody fi phil la boes with that news. phil >> the latest survey on initial auto quality, surveying about 80,000 new vehicle buyers. this is what they found. good news, reliability, quality, people surveyed after owning the vehicle for three months, never higher in all the years they've been doing this survey 27 of 32 brands improved quality ratings. top one, kia, for second straight
CNBC
Mar 18, 2015 1:00pm EDT
is at a three-week low. weak housing data in china once again raising concerns that there isn't that much demand from china for copper. interestingly, ty, you know the cabinet in beijing says they will be flexible about supporting the economy. flexible seems to be the word of the year. >> forget about basketball folks, this is march madness. this is our version of march madness. ron, i have "patient" going out in the first round. >> looks like they're going to let the patient go. and this is based on the press reports. nothing is baked in stone yet. this is the part that is confusing. you get press reports and suggestions they're not going to say patient because they want flexibility to move one way or the other. >> so taking patient which was often code for over the next couple of meetings our hand would be still. >> at least two. >> at least two. that means, then that okay june it could be. could be september. is there one in august? >> yeah. >> there could be one between june and september. do you think the fed should raise interest rates to get back to a more normalized poli
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
May 19, 2014 1:00pm EDT
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Apr 28, 2017 1:00pm EDT
tremendous opportunities in asia, southeast asia, and china just got back from a trip convinced there are opportunities there. terrific opportunities to continue to grow consumption in mexico. hopefully transitioning from soda to dairy products in that country, opening up the market in canada creates tremendous opportunity. >> mr. vilsack, thank you very much. we appreciate your time today. >> thank you. >> as we move to the second 100 days of the trump administration, what should the president prioritize to get his economic agenda through congress? we're talking to former press secretary ari fleischer on translating campaign rhetoric to legislative success. go to protect your vehicle? i'm on it. ♪ ♪ ♪ weathertech. made right, in america >>> welcome back to "power lunch." president trump promises to boost defense spending. now the etf that tracks those stocks, the ita, is up about 3% just this month. outperforming the broader market, american outdoors, all up double digits in april. keep an eye on these stocks as trump plans to address to really the nation, also the national rif
CNBC
May 19, 2015 1:00pm EDT
playing and they keep filling the punch bowls both in europe and the same in china. it's already happening in japan. we continue to see this qe and stimulus. it could continue this melt up in prices again if the rule is to buy low and sell high. this is not low. be careful. >> steve, you are not called air deep value guy for nothing. is it hard to find in the market now? >> you have to look for deep value. like he said we are at an inflection point. that was an important level on the s&p and less resistance in the future than immediate support. we have mr. evans and janet yell ib. the traders will be out on friday. there is potential for an explosive move and it might be us. >> the people always talk about the fact that we are at record highs and it has been on low volume. on some cases very low volume. what do we need to see that confidence that we can have some kind of something behind this. what do we need to see that? >> you may not see volume. all sorts of funs and vehicles. this may be the new normal. we may be kidding ourselves. when you see a volume of 3.5 to $4 billion i
CNBC
Jan 29, 2015 1:00pm EST
new markets overseas pushing aggressively into europe latin america, and asia, especially china and india india, and that's where harley's growth comes from. shipments abroad are more than one-third of the company's total, and q4 retail sales up 9% internationally. that's versus being down 1.6% domestically. new bike models have been successfully geared towards these customers as well. three out of four motorcycles ridden in india now, harley street bikes. while the company's building market share abroad one reason the stock is up more than 3% today, the dollar's under cutting that growth, and harley is not alone. polaris industries is forecasting a slower 2015. that's thanks to currency head winds as well. specific specifically, the dollar makes exports more expensive. nonetheless look at the share in both companies, both higher in trade today. >> they are. appreciate it. >> to dom for market flash. >> a tale of two defense contractors, raytheon is lower after posting 2015 sales below forecast as orders fell. the stock is done 6%. a different story here for northrop they gave full
CNBC
Apr 20, 2015 1:00pm EDT
. >> china with an aggressive move allowing more flexibility. it is soars today, as you would imagine, up more than 4%. bob, it's a good rally, but we're not quite getting back what we lost on friday right? >> but if you're not confused about the action the last couple days i don't think you're paying attention. we are down 280 points on friday. at one point today we were almost on the verge of getting it all back. put up that two-day chart. we're basically almost back to where we were. let's not quibble. the point is what's going on? why is this happening? i've asked many traders this morning how to explain the last two days. no alternatives to stocks bob. there's no reason they should have been down on friday. china's going to stimulate other people are saying bob, it's an illusion. no matter what it's true -- i think mand,is right, china has been sending some mixed signals recently. by the same time on friday they came out and banned margin financing, they're saying we're going to keep stimulating, owner saying we don't want a stock market bubble. you can see the shanghai and china
CNBC
Jul 28, 2017 1:00pm EDT
should say china is pulling away itself out of the equation and we are not going to get any physical stimulus coming down the pipeline i think this economy has a great potential under perform then over perform as we go forward. we are not building a credit in balance in this economy. this is going to be the longest expansion of our city. on average, our economy tends to run into trouble the variation around that is pretty wide. i think we can be looking at another five years of this low growth, low inflationary and continuing >> can i share one idea out there on the positive side >> we have conditions of good consumer spending and the job numbers. they should under pin this 2% or 3% >> one of this things that changed and makes my optimistic and i want to see more than one quarter in a row of this is the business spending side we have been essentially in the business spending for what now for almost a year or 18 months depending on where you dated from if we get the business side together, we can do two and a half and 2.5, if the potential is two i mean it is certainly a possibility a
CNBC
May 25, 2017 1:00pm EDT
haven for people in korea, china, and japan with a lot of financial and political uncertainty. in fact, japan recognized bitcoin as a legal payment method. still a lot of risk. there's no central body regulating the coin, and it's extremely volatile. it's not tangible. you can't hold it like paper money. bitcoin is effectively living in a virtual world. wallstreet still warming up to the currency. that's why we are seeing the news today. >> higher it goes, the more they warm up. >> gets more buying. >> right. >> thank you. >> yep. >>> kik launched a currency today as bitcoin surged to a new all-time high. what's behind the digital currency boom, and what do you need to know? joining us, ted livingston. great to have you with us. >> great to be here, thank you. >> how does the digital currency fit in the core business of kik, a messaging app? >> so, digital currency allows us to create new ways to monetize a community. i think, historically, you'd build a community and use it to then sell people's attention to advertisers or sell stuff they don't want or need. now this unlocks a ne
CNBC
Jul 25, 2017 1:00pm EDT
relocate production to other parts of the world ford recently announced they're moving the focus to china. and that actually could help >> it trades at a big discount when it comes to its pe. why is that? do you expect that to turn around at this point where do you get growth in this stock? >> absolutely, i do expect it to turn around. if you look at the free cash flow yield, this thing is actually skraz cheap the problem here is you're lo fighting the cycle even today they had a solid quarter and they continue to remain skeptical they have to remain moving forward. i think what would really help in the interim is announcing a small car strategy >> yield of more than 4% i shouldn't kb worried about that at all, right >> what was that >> i shouldn't be worried about the yield of 4%? that's a great amount in this environment. >> i think they're doing well in the vierm they're in today >> which of the auto stocks do you like the best? >> in our pecking order, we buys on ford and gm we're slightly more positive on ford it's the opposite of gm. their comps get easier also we'll get the strateg
CNBC
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
CNBC
Jul 27, 2017 1:00pm EDT
over the last 30 years relocated to china -- it was cheaper for so many reasons. why would it come back now what's happening is chinese lake too expensive? what >> well, you know, that is part of the dynamics here is that the chinese economy as it's grown it's kind of come to the same cycle that we were at in the '70s and '80s where the cost of production and the cost of labor is less competitive. now the united states can compete. they're not manipulating their currency like they once were the skill levels i think are comparable and you mentioned the loss of jobs wisconsin got hit hard by jobs moving to asia i love the wonderful irony of now an asian company bringing a lot of those back to wisconsin. >> do you have enough workers? >> it's going to be a challenge but yes. foxconn was savvy about picking the best of both worlds. foxconn has a very strong business climate thanks to our governor, we worked with a very pro business legislature and governor walker but they're looking to locate this next to the third-largest population center, the chicagoland area, in the united states s
CNBC
Jul 24, 2017 1:00pm EDT
from china let's bring in barry we had you on last week i believe during made in america week this week we're going to talk maybe more pointedly about the threats that you see coming from a foreign steelmakers, china among them, but i want to begin with your quote which you told one of our producers here, i view south korea as a bigger threat even than north korea why? >> well, certainly i mean, we're under economic world war iii right now. you know, south korea is bombarding us with steel that is transshipped through china they're bombarding our electronics industry, automobile industry and really taking our jobs and it's got to stop. unbelieve whabl's going op what would you propose the administration and congress do >> steel from china iscircumven they use south korea as one. it's beyond ne why someone so afraid of north korea moves steel through south korea in a single-purpose industry, the pipe and tube industry, where they use not one pound of oil country tubular gods in their industry it's strictly there to move chinese and korean steel into the u.s. at a rate that is outsta
CNBC
Aug 18, 2017 1:00pm EDT
line with china so there are potential changes going on here, depending on the degree and what he had to say. >> you erie right, michelle. one of the things that steve bannon was enthusiastic about was what mr. trump was excited about. their shared view had nr influence. this something donald trump's talked about for a very long time he's talked about immigration and matters relating to race for a long time. now i do think you note the forehandle on tax reform he talked about trying to counter those democratic facts he appears to have that lost that internal fight. the fact that he floated the campaign, several iterations of them all had the top rate coming down significantly for them for both taxpayers and business. >> when i think about trade, there's still peter navarro in there. so it's still -- when it comes to the trade agenda, very, very hard on china. >> i should say, michele, i also talked to a top. i asked what deference it makes and it wouldn't make a difference unless bannon was writing all of trump's tweets. i don't think that's the case. if it was none, i would think
CNBC
May 26, 2015 1:00pm EDT
are falling. also on the radar, the rising power of china's currency. what it's going to mean for the dollar and the way the world trades. more power in two. when you're not confident your company's data is secure, the possibility of a breach can quickly become the only thing you think about. that's where at&t can help. we monitor network traffic worldwide, so we can see things others can't. mitigating risks across your business. leaving you free to focus on what matters most. >> hello, everyone. here's your update for this hour. president obama said he has expressed his condolences over the texas flooding to greg abbott. at least six people have died. the president said he told the governor he can count on the federal government for help. meantime, take a look at the video of the flooding in houston. it's taken by a drone. the area received about 11 more inches of rain, much in a six-hour period, flooding the road ways. rescue teams conducted hundreds of water rescues overnight, mostly receiving stranded motorists from the vehicles. vladimir putin expects sanctions to be lifted. they
CNBC
Oct 25, 2013 1:00pm EDT
. spy chief should not be doing that stuff. >> are you talking to me, china some actor robert de niro signing a deal to develop an 850,000 square foot retail hotel and entertainment destination in shanghai's historic bund district. the project expected to open in 2016. robert, robert de niro has done well with real estate development in new york. >> but this could be the number one sign there's a property bubble in china, that there's den mere ro land now in shanghai. when de niro is developing large-scale properties you know there's a bubble in china. >> a raging bull in the real estate market in china. >> i would agree with it, especially given its in the bunds district the most expensive part of shanghai. >> french soccer club saying they will not play matches over the last weekend of november to protest the government's plan to implement a temporary 75% tax law on high earners. employees will have to pay on incomes above a million dollars per year. french president francois hollande says he's sticking with the plan. soccer players be dammed, sue. >> i just think it's incredibly pu
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Dec 26, 2014 2:00pm EST
. >> that is where the world is going. if you look at china today all sales are on mobile phones. you will see that happen here, as well. you will also see wynn. you have to be quick to do the mobile business. one of the reasons target did so well online was a great use of the mobile app. that is going to be a big piece of the business. it is also really important to be a full omni channel player like macy's is or what nord stroms is today. pick it up in the store, bring it back to the store, all of the things the retailer wants to do. that is what you are seeing today. today will likely be the largest number of transactions that a retailer does this year. unfortunately, they will be small and a lot of it is returns. lots of transactions, not a lot of traffic but lots of transactions and sales about half what you have. this will be a really big selling day relative to last year. >> supersaturday, saturday before christmas. >> this friday, today will be a really big day because last year the day after christmas was a thursday. everybody wasn't off of work. this year if you went to work
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May 15, 2017 1:00pm EDT
capitalized companies, apple, alphabet, et cetera, are jumping in here. he says china may not be as big of a market for tesla as previously thought. >> price target is $10 below where the stock is now. >> and it was 3.05 when it was an overweight. >> second stock is johnson and johnson. jpmorgan chase upgrades to an overweight following a lousy run for the name. revenue should start to react sell rate in the second half of the year. they see top line growth moving up 4.5% to 5% next year. they note this is a, quote, contrarian call, but says once this quarter is behind j&j the comps should get easier. the potential for three new drugs to be approved in the next year and a half. about 12% upside even on top of today's 2.5% move. >> the third stock, buffalo wild wings. upgrading the company to a buy raising the price target to 1.80. they believe the upcoming board meeting will give them the right people and time to implement necessary changes and cost cutting finish it if i was. remember it has been in dispute with activist investor. and so we have it. >> your smaller cap company, fou
CNBC
Jun 19, 2017 1:00pm EDT
only hong kong listing this stock. critics say that's a problem mainland china market is worth $6 trillion and congress hong kong >> it is been too easy for companies to hold trading in their stocks and chinese regulators limit circumstances and for how long chinese companies can hold there is another issue how much it can be taken out of the market at one time the two exchanges making it far easier to get money in and out of the mainland stock market what does it mean for isn't it true. >> it means if you own a national index through etf, the chances are you will be owning more of the next few years if they make the lead indexers don't are to buy hundreds of stocks immediately the effect will be felt. there is eps for this, by the way. the biggest of all is etf. if you want direct exposure of china stock, part of the decision by the way is strategic and vanguard already using indexes from competitors keep an eye on that and that's just not me. >> thompson reuters announcing its winner of 2017 chris, first off and welcome and congratulations. thank you very much, i appreciate it b
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Feb 18, 2015 1:00pm EST
left china last month. it has been sitting here since february 12th. the one behind it the same way. we got one out here in the hayes, china shipping line. this has been here since february 13th. we're near one that has been out here since february 9th. that is nine days. you know imports are one thing. exports are another. basically nothing is leaving. this is hurting u.s. exports. we're talking recyclers, beef pork california produce. labor secretary tom perez will meet with both sides again today in san francisco. now, both sides are reportedly close on pay, but the big hitch is that the union wants to distance the arbitrator that settles disputes in the long beach area because the union says he favors management. take a look at the map of the l.a. long beach port. the green squares are container ships. there are about 30 of them outside the port waiting for space to open up. we have all the maps waiting outside the port of seattle. same problem. in seattle we have a photo from someone who lives out on windby island who for the first time is seeing boats with nowhere to go parkin
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Mar 20, 2015 1:00pm EDT
of china's leading internet tv companies. the shares hitting 52-week lows today. the company's earnings report yesterday showed losses continued to deepen rising to $143 million. a loss of $94 million in 2013. revenue last year grew by 33%. a flip side of that story. youku listed on the stock exchange, questions, inquiries with regards to its accounting in the past so those headlines, at least, possibly weighing on those youku shares in trading today. back to you. >> thank you, dom chu. >>> the snowstorm on the first day of spring got us thinking about all the puddles around the country that need filling. guess what? there's a trade for that. the infrastructure stocks that could get a springtime bump plus the dollar demem la. u.s. stocks battered by the strong greenback. talk more about the double edge sword of that going forward. do you have something for pain? i have bayer aspirin. i'm not having a heart attack, it's my back. i mean bayer back & body. it works great for pain. bayer back & body provides effective relief for your tough pain. better? yeah...thanks for the tip! >
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Feb 27, 2015 1:00pm EST
china, but he says the quality is not the same. >> shoulders are proper? >> yes. >> empire hopes to find new talent soon. customers like l.a. lawyer shareef are counting on it. >> once i started having to wear a suit a lot for work i really began to appreciate the difference in quality as well as the fit that you get from a tailored suit. >> of course what happens when there's more demand than supply? prices go up. if they gup too much guys hong kong will lose its price advantage over europe. i like what he said though. young chinese would rather do this than this. >> very true right? so true. it's even just the image of it isn't it? >> yes. >> new generation. thank you so much jane wells. >>> oil, meantime trying to end eight straight months of losses, but this may not be the end of the slide. why they're still saying oil will go down to $20 a barrel. plus, crime and punish am. andrew day as usual, on the case. >> the credits are finally rolling on the hollywood movie scam after studio heads -- it's all coming up right here on "power lunch." ion happens again. you know what? plenty
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Mar 16, 2015 1:00pm EDT
story that china has been dumping steel stocks. it's been a horrible year. that's not a typo. olympic steel down and also schnitzer and cmc. >>> finally, it's st. patrick's day tomorrow. we asked about the beer distributors. anheuser bush is up 1.1% up. it's been up every st. patrick's day since 2010. it was back in 2008 2009. good day for them. good week for but f budweiser. back to you, sara. >> that was a good tidbit. two traders on the rally today. we've also got gordon. here's the theory i have. currencies matter a lot more than commodities, mainly oil for the stock market right now. true or false? >> today true. the fact of the matter is oil is at a multi-year low. >> faw months ago that would have been cause for a selloff in stocks. >> and it might resurrect itself at the end of the corner when you see how it's played out. at this point now it's all about the dollar and i guess the one sidebar is everyone is taking it easy until we hear from the fed. >> is that what it is? >> i think that's much more the story. also the dollar backs off off a little bit. it's a conveni
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Feb 25, 2015 1:00pm EST
. china mobile stopped buying in bulk for its . >> i understand that you own ca kim? >> i do own ca. fort pitt and our portfolios own and, and i own it as well. it has a huge component of mainframe software. the mainframe has not gone away. it's still an integral part of many businesses. >> the new ceo is bringing the company in from decades before past. they're trying to show people that they're relevant, and i think they are. >> i have to can you about sandisk. when actually reported the quarter, it reported a miss on a preannouncement. i'm wondering, did fort pitt own sandisk prior to this xshgs what's the next catalyst at this point? >> first of all, they have a patent problem or a patent fight going on with another company. not only does the company make stuff that you and i could go out and buy, but their product fwz into lots of enterprise appointment, and solid state disk drives you know drives without parts. they make those. one of their higher margin products is in a patent fight. if that gets resolved this year that's a catalyst. stlo that's going to take six to nine mont
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Apr 17, 2015 1:00pm EDT
down. >> good morning ran ging mandy. the important thing is a lit of china, a little bit of european worries. the hope had been that once europe closed there would be a little bit of a bounce. as you see, nothing. what we've got a basically flat lining here. i would say we have very heavy volume. much heavier than recently. we've already done 75% of the normal daily volume. you see some heavy volume here in some of the european etfs. there you see that drop. it's recovered a little bit. there were some headlines that s&p might down grade russia if the economy deteriorates a bit. that may have been a factor there. but you see russia down as well. china another issue. regulators issued a crack down on stock margin trading after the close in china. the china market is not reflecting that. but the etfs here to the downside about five %. really not a lot of moves. >> let's head straight over to the nasdaq at times square. bertha has been following the big moves there. >> biggest movers today are the bio techs. they're the worst perform hers on the day. and one of the things to watch as we
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Aug 14, 2017 1:00pm EDT
think what we're hearing over the weekend from the administration is they want to get china engaged, they think that they're pretty of the linchpin in this whole thing there is absolutely i'm sure investors believe there is no chance of a diplomatic direct solution between u.s. and north korea. so we need to engage china and we're hopeful for the best so i think that all in all if you also look between last week and this, the underpinnings of the fundamentals are pretty solid. we have very strong earnings results that investors ignored because of this news and i think that perhaps now they are beginning to look back at those fundamentals once again. >> so jordan, what do i do with my money between now and year end? where do i put to work >> well, we do think that one of the interesting things that happened over the course of the earnings season which is just about over is that even companies that had good earnings and good guidance, a gum good n of those performed poorly post earnings report. so between the market being relatively high levels in general, only some of these companies
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Jul 19, 2017 1:00pm EDT
always been different. last year, he said he was going to dig a hole to china. at&t is working with farmers to improve irrigation techniques. remote moisture sensors use a reliable network to tell them when and where to water. so that farmers like ray can compete in big ways. china. oh ... he got there. that's the power of and. so, your new prescription does have oh, like what?ects. ♪ you're gonna have dizziness, nausea, and sweaty eyelids. ♪ ♪ and in certain cases chronic flatulence. ♪ no ♪ sooooo gassy girl. so gassy. if you're boyz ii men, you make anything sound good. it's what you do. if you want to save 15% percent or more on car insurance, you switch to geico. it's what you do. next! ♪ next! >>> markets moving higher today. nasdaq calling for a nine-session winning streak. bob pisani is live from the new york stock exchange. hi, bob. >> hi, melissa the market is doing fine a lot of comments about paul ryan saying that he's going to start legislation to overhaul the tax code as soon as they get back from the summer recess. that's helping things. yes, still very muc
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Jul 21, 2017 1:00pm EDT
historically high number of foreign deals lately is china's buying spree at risk under this trump administration? >>> they say a home is only worth what someone is willing to pay. well, that price tag just hit its highest level in history "power lunch" starts right now >>> welcome to "power lunch. i'm tyler mathison the major averages in the red, the dow and s&p 500 on track for their biggest daily losses in two weeks. nasdaq on track to break a ten-session winning streak still, the s&p and nasdaq are both positive for the week, by the way. one of the biggest drags of course, we were talking about it all day, general electric, the stock falling to its lowest level since october 2015 on the back of its latest earnings reports. what's working on this down day? capital one is e-trade and moody's, the biggest winners right now. melissa? >> we begin this hour in washington, d.c. that major shakeup at the white house. sean spicer resigning as white house press secretary. a press briefing set for the next hour. eamon javers has more on this breaking story >> reporter: the question at the
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Jun 23, 2017 1:00pm EDT
like ray can compete in big ways. china. oh ... he got there. that's the power of and. ...you realize the smartest investing idea, isn't just what you invest in, but who you invest with. ♪ ♪ to err is human. to anticipate is lexus. experience the lexus rx with advanced safety standard. experience amazing. >>> welcome back to "power lunch. i eat kate rogers and here's your cnbc update for this hour the police have arrested a moroccan man he's also accused of being in a network that defrauded danish buildings. >>> four people were injured when a paris bus got stuck under a bridge they had to take a detour because of road closes in the station. thigh said jeff neville's condition has continued to improve after he suffered a large slash to the neck that caused significant bleeding. >>> the ceo says they're watching more than an hour of videos on their smartphones and tablets 50e67 kay. that's cbs interest. >> they won't get off the phones with the youtube thank you, kate. >> thank you. >> let's take a look at some of the movers today blackberry missing after sinking on rough knew and
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Dec 17, 2014 1:00pm EST
countries that is not a reason why travel should not be permitted. i point to the example of china back in 1971 the state department relaxed restrictions on american citizens traveling to china. look over the last 43 years at the development occurred to the benefit of both countries between u.s. and china despite the fact that two nations may not see eye to eye on all matters. >> the heat is on to try to get in there and create infrastructure. carnival is out with a statement saying cruising infrastructure already exists to some extent. they don't use online travel agencies like you guys, they tend to book through travel agents. what will you do to bring industry to those who watch you now? >> we have a very established infrastructure around the world to make it available to to consumers. to date because of restrictions we have not been able to offer travel services to cuba. once the restrictions are released it will be very easy for us to take that infrastructure into cuba and bring the opportunity for americans and travelers from all of our countries from around the world to experienc
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Jun 22, 2017 1:00pm EDT
in china. gaining 1 3/4% >>> still ahead, americans are weighing in on the health care bill and it may not be what the gop wants to hear. >>> seems like there's a lotof move in washington but how long before the big agenda emits actually cross the finish line don't go anywhere. "power lunch" is back in two i've found a permanent escape from monotony. together, we are perfectly balanced. our senses awake. our hearts racing as one. i know this is sudden, but they say...if you love something set it free. see you around, giulia (baby crying) ♪ fly ♪ me to the moon (elegant music) ♪ and let me play (bell rings) >>> i'm contessa brewer. here's your cnbc update for this hour president trump says he didn't make any recordings of his conversations with former fbi director james comey the president tweeted out that "with all of the electronic surveillance and illegal leaking of information," he has no idea about any tapes and does not make or have such recordings. >>> at least 29 people were killed and 60 injured in a suicide car bombing in the southern afghan province most of the vict
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Aug 27, 2014 1:00pm EDT
, uk, china slowing down, all these things however, i don't believe it sends well. this has happened over thousands of year, monetary history where governments typically want to make promises and get out of benies to their constituents. >> what kind of move to the down side are you anticipating this market to make? i'm playing it in the gold bullion. >>> does not have a constituency for debasement. a 12-year run, it's been down for the last three years. i have neveren more confident of anything in my life. >> very quickly, david, i asked you what -- if the market does start to correct. >> i would say, sue, it's likely to be a 30 to 60% decline. i think this is going to be, you know, a period of extreme turmoil. it defense on what the fed does and throws at all. it's possible that nominal stock prices don't decline that much. >> let me just press you a little bit. if you talk about a 60% decline, a lot of people would characterize that as a crash. what do you think would be the one things or combination of things that would trigger that? would it be a change in monetary policy that wa
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Jun 26, 2017 1:00pm EDT
china as one of the fastest growing economies in the world and over 1.5 billion people, half of which are under the age of 25. if this encouraging backdrop that has prompted some of the biggest u.s. executives to sit down with prime minister modi yesterday and about an hour and a half meeting to discuss some of the hurdles that still exist when investing in india. >> i think the biggest issue is practical issues about decision making and how to do things faster and to get them done. >> reporter: prime minister modi will arrive here in a couple of hours to meet with president trump. defense and trade will likely be on agenda. the u.s. currently has its tenth largest trade deficit with india at around $30 billion. it's notable but pales in comparison to china and india. modi believe it is will bring down the deficit india has been investing in the energy story over $40 billion in long-term contracts from maryland and louisiana. guys, back to you. >> seema, thank you very much. >>> joining us from washington is william cohen, founder and chairman of the cohen group. secretary, we're deli
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Jul 18, 2017 1:00pm EDT
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Jul 26, 2017 1:00pm EDT
you measure north korea or china or syria or the middle east but to some extent, if something happens geopolitically, i don't think that's factored into the market, because a geopolitical risk always deserves a risk premium. to my way of think those risk premiums are not in the market not in the bond market. >> i mean the vix is -- 25-year low, and it may close at an all-time low without it being fake news, can you see the market is at an all-time calm. when you hear all-time anything, that's when i get nervous. are you nervous? >> right based on those prices, yes wasn't it rothschild that said buy when there's blood on the streets. what you described is the opposite, the streets are squeaky clean. volatility is low. >> is that why 73% of your fund has maturities due in less than one year is that a reflection of that >> no, that's a structural type of situation in which it almost always has one to two-year maturities, then overlaid, you know, with quantitative types of derivatives if anything inn time to to be buying volatility i would think something unforeseen is going to ha
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Nov 18, 2014 1:00pm EST
china. another name, hershey's. that has fallen 11% from its most recent high. estimates target a 6% upside despite currency head winds. jonathan pheny thinks recent hikes in candy prices and the strength of the brand make this stock a buy heading into 2015. lastly, check out the brewers. a number of analysts see value in this group especially thanks to the potential for future consolidation. names like anheuser busch, mollson coors. we will talk more about those brewers layer today. back to you, tyler. >>> mary thompson now, "market flash." >> we are taking a look at shares of gilead sciences down about 10%. right now it is at session highs. stock up after europe gave the okay to start marketing the latest hepatitis c drug. shares up 2.5%. back to you. >>> thank you. they call it lake effect snow and it's burying the buffalo area. three feet of snow has already fallen in one more 100 miles of the new york state through way is closed. here is the weather channel's carl parker. >> this winter has been a real boon for industries related to cold and winter. take a look at the amazing s
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Apr 22, 2015 1:00pm EDT
, right? okay. black black blackstone's ceo sounded the alarm on china saying he sees excess in china's market. the shanghai composite has risen to a seven-year high. jef kilburg is a cnbc contributor and he thinks china is going to go higher from here. he just wrote a story on cnbc pro and you can get it on powerlunch powerlunch.cnbc.com. shanghai has gone parabolic. it was up another 2.5%. it's up 60% i don't know over the last six months or so. you think its still got room to run. >> we focus on alternative investment strategies. this is a long/short trading idea. this is available for the retail folks. the thought and the core of the strategy is the u.s. economy, we are done with qe. despite the fact we have all the assets sitting on the balance sheet, we are done purchasing. china, the people's bank of china is just getting into it. they are going to see that market move. so i want to be short the u.s. stock market by buying sh that's the etf that gives us negative correlation to the u.s. stocks, but i want to be long hshr which gets you that exposure. that gets you that disparity.
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Feb 17, 2016 1:00pm EST
off. excuse me, risk on. why? nobody really knows. was if mario draghi, the three-day weekend, china was coming back and we overpunched the market? you can see this process coming through in the charts. february start of the ten-year. we reversed right along with higher stocks. we have higher rates. not only there. let's look at the hyg. in the neighborhood of the lowest levels since the summer of 2009. look at february 1st start, moving in the other direction. year to date, we stopped gold, which was on a tear as well. if you look at march 2002 of what is going on with the crb index, it isn't moving up, but year to date, it looks like there may be a double bottom. all this is important to pay attention to and ponder because "power lunch" will return after the break. >>> i'm sharon epperson. here is your cnbc news update at this hour. at least 18 people were killed and 45 others wounded in the turkish capital of ankara. when a vehicle laden with explosives detonated as military buses passed close to turkey's military headquarters. the turkish government says it was a terrorist attack
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Jul 14, 2015 1:00pm EDT
gone. maybe china should be focusing on developing their own technology. >> oh, they will. they are. >> using r & d. >> and there's two regulatory bodies, our regulatory body and their regulatory body that wants something to say about this as well so i think that's a big issue. >> two-way street issue is a big issue. >> i think so. >> i like the tpp, the transpacific partnership, i think that's really important. that's the way to negotiate things. need a two-way understanding with china and all the asian countries and then we've got to pass these other tests. >> bill and marcus thank you very much for your thoughts on those topics. many more topics will be thrown your way later on in the show. >> okay. guys, let's check out what's happening with the russell 1000 index. more than half of the big-cap names are near or in correction territory, down 10% or more from their highs and wynn resorts is among them but major indices are near their record level. the stocks that are keeping this market afloat coming your way. the name next. happening with the russell 1000 verizon say neversettle
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Jan 27, 2016 1:00pm EST
street a few years ago at the 5c, we said you need to go to lower price points and they didn't. china, saturation of the market is good for apple. it is saturated with android phones and people have aspiration to move up to apple. so i don't think they need to go to dramatic and lower price points. >> tim, you mentioned you're going to wait a few days to see how it all shakes out in terms of whether or not to add to your current position. there was a distinct shift in tone that tim cook had on the conference call, apple sounded a lot more susceptible to macro head winds, particularly out of china, he talked about slowing growth in hong kong early in the month. i'm just wondering, what do you think you'll know in the next few days that could convince you to add when a lot of the things are things that need to play out. these are things that are unknown, even to just general investors, let alone -- and to tim cook for that matter, in terms of how they play out and how these head winds will impact iphone sales. >> well, i think it is to play a little bit about what steve has been saying,
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Nov 17, 2016 1:00pm EST
talk, the tariffs in china, et cetera. when i saw the stocks sell off with the exception of apple, i thought it was most ly because f higher interest rates. when they start to rise and a company has earnings that are way out in future and a lot more in doubt, they sell auffaroff. how do you capture that at this point? >> that maybe part of the reason for the sell off. and as we talk to investor, we've had a lot of questions and most of the questions have been directed about what trump's policies are as a campaign and what the companies have said. and so, we're basing our note today on some feedback we've had ore over the past week from investor, so yes, that may play into it, but i think there's just some concern ant trump's rhetoric on the campaign about being antiinnovation and that is pointed to by open letter that tech executives had written to donald trump the candidate on that topic and so, i think what you're talking akts, i think that also where investors feel about the trump presidency has an impact on it, too. >> zbreen gene, it was a plrn to get you on. thank you. >> al
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Apr 23, 2015 1:00pm EDT
northeastern china into a beautiful light show. reports say there were about 15 meteors visible every hour. cameras captured those amazing pictures. that is your cnbc news update this hour. back to you, mandy. >> of course there in china it's not polluted as much. there's no way you can see a sky like that in the night in beijing or shanghai but very beautiful. thank you, sue. >>> okay well stocks pushing higher up by about 0.4 of a percent for the s&p and the dow, raising their earlier losses. we got some pretty disappointing earnings report and soft data out of china, out of japan, out of europe and that was weighing on stocks in early trade. now we're moving up and the nasdaq is in fact trading above its record closing high. joining us now, ed perks, chief investment officer and steve orth, equity cio at federated investors. gentlemen, you know it's been very low volume trade. it's been a little choppy but nonetheless here we are again. the mid-caps nasdaq and s&p sitting at or around record highs. steve, where do we go from here? >> we think we're going higher mandy. we think we'r
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Feb 26, 2015 1:00pm EST
license it, and hold countries, industries to be built around it which is in large part what china looks at with open power. this gives them the opportunity to build a tech industry in high performance by taking this open interfaces, and that's why today the open power consortium, 101 members today already. we're just at the beginning of this. open power ecosystem. watson is an open ecosystem. what's in the pipeline? almost 4,000 companies waiting to get on to watt. >> people hear partnerships, and it's a headline one day and never hear it again. for example, apple. i remember a great deal of focus on it at the time mobile devices, the apps. not heard much since. where is that? >> you will hear more before you leave today. you'll see the apps. i couldn't be happier. speaking for tim as well. tim and i about where we are. by the enof the quarter, 25 apps out, some are out already. to me they highlight what this promise is, the gold standard of consume blt, and us the enterprise. one of the ones on the floor today, work being done for a tech expert how to do repair, go out to your ho
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Jul 13, 2015 1:00pm EDT
, not to mention another up day in china overnight. bob pisani is at the nyse. >> right now they're holding, 2-1 advancing to declining stocks. the s&p 500, really all the gains were frankly overnight around 3:00 when we got word that a deal was in the making. at that time s&p futures moved 15 points. we have held most of the gains from the open. tech consumer discretionary materials and industry good day for techs. facebook set a new high. buvlg bunch of tech stocks hitting 52- week highs. the greek etf everybody watches was positive and moved into negative territory. largely the belief that it is going to be a tough sell for tsipras and this deal is a long long way from being done. more on that in a moment. metals and mining have been strong. this is a separate story because china rallying in the last several doors has put a floor under these stocks. the steel stocks all the mining stocks are up again today. what's not participating is some of the interest rate sensitive groups. we had a little bit of move up in the 10-year yield. not far from their highs for the year. reits and u
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Aug 25, 2015 1:00pm EDT
bank is totally immuned to china. here's where each of the big bank's exposure stood at the end of the second quarter. you can see how the big banks stand, in some cases they may look like big sticker numbers but they're small portions of the overall company's assets, citigroup, $21 billion, jpmorgan, 18, bank of america, 11. wells fargo even $3 billion. these are lagging indicator because they are recent as of june. but some people are surprised that even wells, which is often haileds is a domestic bastion of banking. goldman sachs doesn't break out china specifically but there are volcano estimates out there as well. >> it's interesting the upgrades are coming despite the fact that the fed interest rate hike is being pushed out even farther. that was seen as the big catalyst. >> it will still be a catalyst but maybe doesn't come this current quarter or next quarter. >> still coming. >> as long as the consumer is improving, as long as they're going to be borrowing more, taking out more loans and spending more on credit cards, that could also be a boone for the banks so long as the
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