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Oct 21, 2009 12:00pm EDT
coming up in a few minutes. >> also this hour, winning and power. jp morgan's go-to person on china. tells us the best way to play choo china's red-hot economy. >> get ready for the "fast money" halftime report. you're watching "power lunch." we're first on cnbc and cnbc is first in business world wooild. national car rental? that's my choice. because with national, i roll past the counter... and choose any car in the aisle. choosing your own car? now, that's a good call. go national. go like a pro. last month, this woman wasn't even able to get around inside of her own home. they chose mobility. and they chose the scooter store! if you or a loved one live with limited mobility call the scooter store! no other company will work harder to make you mobile or do more to guarantee your complete satisfaction. if we pre-qualify you for a new power chair or scooter and your claim isn't approved, the scooter store will give you your power chair or scooter free. that's our guarantee. they were so helpful and nice. they filed all the paperwork, and medicare and my insurance covered the cost.
CNBC
May 21, 2012 1:00pm EDT
china will continue to support its economy. that could keep the global growth story going strong. so in the dow stocks that are leading the way include caterpillar, which has been up better than 3% at various times during the session, boeing as well. both companies doing an awful lot of business with china. meantime, over on the nasdaq apple's leading the way. it's up better than 4%. that's helping to soften the blow from facebook's shares, which of course you just highlighted. we want to bring you up to date on the very latest in the facebook story. the shares have been under pressure since the pre-market. reports say that morgan stanley has a large number of market orders entered friday for facebook. they still haven't been finalized. that basically means that some buyers of facebook stock still don't know if their buy or sell orders have actually gone through. let's take another look at the stock because it's now down better than 10% at 34.27. we're keeping an eye on it for you, ty. >>> thank you, sue. the former head of new york stock exchange, dick grasso, weighing in on nas
CNBC
May 31, 2012 1:00pm EDT
, india and china ponyup cash in essence of a special vehicle that could just go to europe. we were there, were we not? >> there was talk about that, simon. i don't believe it was ever actually formally put together. and there is no process right now by which special moneys would go to europe, as i understand it. >> rick, how in chicago does the prospect of american taxpayer dollars bailing out europe go down? >> well, i'll tell you, simon. when that story initially broke, the water cooler talk around here was fast and furious. and it isn't based on fact, it's based on political fear. i'll tell you what i mean. many traders down here said if europe sinks in the kwag meyer even farther, it's going to effect the global economy. the global economy effects the u.s. and that effects the outcome of the election in november. so around here what they're nervous about is is it's an election year and most traders don't really like politics, but they think the current administration would have much more incentive to consider an imf bailout should it make our economy look better. these are the
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.
CNBC
Apr 19, 2012 1:00pm EDT
automobiles. ford doubling down on china bet. what are the details? >> ford is making it clear that china is the lynch pin if they're going to reach their goal of selling 8 million vehicles a year by 2015. this morning the company announced it's going to be announcing a new plant in china. this means the production in china by 2015 will go up by another 250,000 vehicles. and, again, it makes it much easier for ford if they can achieve these goals of getting to 8 million in annual sales by 2015. they will be building 1.2 million vehicles in china a year. tyler, don't forget, we're going to be live in china at the beijing auto show starting monday. we'll be there monday and tuesday talking with the newsmakers including executives from ford. this is a huge show. the most important auto show around the world every year it's in china. >> phil, thank you very much. >> you bet. >> travel safe. >>> southwest is not the only stock flying high on earnings today. check out shares of the "new york times." at this point the stock is higher smartly so in terms of its move today. the newspaper top
CNBC
May 22, 2012 1:00pm EDT
% of the gold in the world goes to india and china. they've been trying to wean people away from gold. >> their economy hasn't been doing as well either. >> the economy. and the week rupee has hurt. we have this strange problem here. there is what i call crisis tennis going on. you've got all these problems here with excessive debt reasserting itself. then you've got hopes that the european central banks or central banks anywhere are going to prime the pump. we were up in the last two days in hopes that this big eu summit tomorrow was going to have a whole bunch of ideas on how to prime the pump. a lot of cynics are saying some of this isn't going to work. some of it isn't going to happen. a lot isn't going to happen because of political and treaty problems. nobody's going to snap their finger and do things. watch the euro on a daily basis. watch the whole game, this crisis tennis being played out in the euro. >> there are calls i think by citi that if greece exits the euro we're basically going to go to parity. >> that's a long, long way down. >> exactly. i don't know that they'
CNBC
Jan 15, 2014 1:00pm EST
morningstar's list. plus apple goes to china, gm gets a new ceo and a dividend. jersey's big gamble online, is it paying off? gold, oil, a new way to buy a car and silicon valley. this is one powerful hour of "power lunch" leading you into the key number of the day. facebook at 2:00 eastern could be a market mover. here's sara eisen at cnbc global headquarters and tyler matheson in chicago. >> good afternoon. the markets are up big. the dow gaining 230 points in just two days. >> i'm here in chicago as was just said, at the morningstar annual fund manager of the year award. it is perhaps the biggest event in the entire mutual fund industry. think of it as kind of the golden globes minus the alcohol. i will be somewhere between tina fey and if you watched sunday night, jacqueline bissett. rea we are joined by the best managers in domestic stocks, international stocks, asset allocation, fixed income and this year, alternatives. we will find out what they owned last year, what they're doing this year and you will want to be asking yourself why the heck am i not in their fund if you're not. if you
CNBC
Jan 30, 2012 1:00pm EST
treasuries. that's one place. with india cutting rates, brazil cutting rates, china likely to cut rates, we think emerging market equities and emerging market debt could be a place this year too. sectorwise here looking at tech and industrials still benefitting from pretty decent global growth. >> all right. thanks, guys. appreciate it. >> thank you. >> see you soon. >> up next, the buzz on the banks. an upgrade for citi, a downgrade for bank of america. the financials going from worst sector last year to one of the best so far in 2012. rough session today though. what's the bottom line on the banks? >> all right. let's take a look at some of those financials. as ty mentioned, it is a rough day today with the likes of bank of america down 3%, 3.25% right now. citi group is down 2.3%. goldman sachs down 2.25%. morgan stanley fairing the best only off a percent. back in a moment. [ male announcer ] let's level the playing field. take the privileged investing tools of wall street and make them simple, intuitive, and available to all. distill all that data. make information instinctual, visual.
CNBC
Oct 15, 2009 12:00pm EDT
issues they're talking about, they're going to focus their business on growing in asia and china. particularly for equity underwriting, not so much debt. then the compensation criticism continuing. saying there's a little too much focussing on that. the fact remains, mary thompson, away from wall street, this is a company in the cross hairs. remember -- >> "meet the parents." >> the company's massive efforts to revive wall street -- goldman has recorded some of its largest profits in its long history. >> and supporters could say others are surviving because of that government aid. maybe just goldman was able to better take advantage of it. >> isn't that nice? that's the third paragraph. that will never get read. $3 billion profits for goldman and i'm just trying to buy my cheerios. >> they get help from the government when the crisis was at peak last year. let's look at citigroup's results. they were a little confusing. i was on a call with a media and they were acknowledging the confusion. there was a loss there of 27 cents. it was less than expectations. the company though sayi
CNBC
Jun 10, 2013 1:00pm EDT
month. >>> other data pointed to weakness in china's economy. exports falling in may and imports also fell for the country's second highest economy. the shanghai index finishing down 1.33%. given that push and pull overnight, let's get to the trading action here on the nyse with bob pisani on the floor here. >> how are you? >> down about 12 points. >> a bit cheap, in and out of positive and negative territory. 3-2 declining and advancing stocks. sue mentioned the weak economic data out of china, the weak export data. take a look at the effect it's had on stocks. base metals, aluminum, for example, put that back up. how much we're declining on the base metal stocks, aluminum, zinc, copper, all down and that's affecting all the commodity stocks. iron ore stocks, a lousy market for these stocks, rio tinto, valle and billiton is not, but starlight, a big copper company, essentially at a 52-week low so these material companies have not participated in the rally and home building stocks, lenar was downgraded and these stocks have moved up rather aggressively. home building stocks tend to un
CNBC
Jul 14, 2009 12:00pm EDT
making a good push toward alternative energy, and china wants a big part of the action. the question is, will protectionism push the u.s. aside and make china the power player for renewable energy? we have a first on cnbc interview with the chair woman of jpmorgan china equities and here is what else is on the power lunch menu. >> goldman sachs just finishing up its second quarter conference call, the company's cfo saying after big capital raises by banks last quarter, a lot more companies need to fix their balance sheets, and we could see a lot of equity issuance through the rest of the year. >> i'm scott cohn in butner, north carolina. bernie madoff was accompanied to pensions, penthouses and villas. now he is making his home here, a tiny cell that may be his home for the rest of his life. >>> i'm jim goldman in cnbc's silicon valley bureau. better than 85% of intel's s business comes from overseas customers. shares are up almost 40% since march with some analysts believing this stock still has time to run. it will prove that point or send investors running. a preview coming up. >>> l
CNBC
Nov 1, 2016 1:00pm EDT
month. apple, a drag overall, ubs survey indicating demand for the new iphone in china, seeing that stock just off session lows, down by 1.5%. >> thank you very much, melissa. i'm tyler mathisen. welcome. here is what else is happening at this hour. gannett says it is ending a six-month long bid to buy the newspaper publisher trunk. i love that. construction spending falling in september. they were expecting an increase. and the fed picking off a two-day policy meeting in washington. we'll have full coverage of the fed's decision on interest rates tomorrow right here on "power lunch." >> right now, it is the final countdown. one week to go until election day. john harwood is here at cnbc headquarters with the latest in the race for the white house. john? >> michelle, ticktock on the clock. we're getting now less than a week, 6 1/2 days until election day starts. and we got a race that is tightening in all respects. first of all, let's start with the national polling numbers. look at real clear politics, average down to 2.5%. it had been over 6. new york times average 4.1%. huffingto
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
Jul 11, 2017 1:00pm EDT
developed market strategies in june for the sixth month in a row china focused fund over 17% in 2017 followed by hedge funds invested in ipd ndia which are 19% this year. they say most of the fund are primarily equity driven so their performance in china and india highly correlated to the performance in their respective markets. not all fund did well. russia had a dismal june and brazil, which had been a popular position for funds, given the recent political turmoil,their second quarter returns were the lowest across the entire hedge fund industry. a possible catalyst for emerging markets is coming up next week when the united states and china are expected to unveil their 100 day plan on trade. one specific issue u.s. officials have privately criticized is the chinese requirement for a joint venture partner for u.s. firms investing in china alley ali baba have no similar terms for investing in the united states >> thank you, seema. >>> the senate has delayed the august recess. where is larry kudlow to cheer this on. they are delaying the senate's august recess to provide more time to
CNBC
Apr 9, 2014 1:00pm EDT
. >> okay. >>> are you planning to go offshore? >> yeah, we're going to china in about a month. we are talking about some of the major meat providers there. >> we heard what ethan this to say, we have to work out whether we are in or out. sheila, what about you? >> my biggest concern was the taste, would you really be able to convince other people that it tasted like meat. i tasted it, i was sold, i think it's on point, on trend. i'm in. >> curtis, what about you? did he manage to convince you? >> after one consumer or the other, that's the existing vegan veg tear matter or the meat eating market that you're going to try to convince. you've told me it's the latter. for that reason i think the product needs to mimic the flavor of food. unfortunately i disagree that it does taste as good or even clo el to as good as natural meat products, so unfortunately i'm out. >> i thought it tasted like meat, i was very impressed. i'm in on the flavor. i wanted to hear more about their plan. i liked the fact that you go over to china. i wish you the best of luck. if you can tap that market, that's a
CNBC
Jan 4, 2010 12:00pm EST
positive economic data, december ism came in rather strong. and china's manufacturing is at the fastest pace in five years. that is significant. and add to that the cold temperatures we are seeing and you see heating oil leading this rally that we are seeing in the petroleum complex. we are looking at refinery runs below 82% capacity since october. that's a significant forecast tore. that's helping to push oil prices and energy prices higher. gold higher and platinum on a tear. rick santelli, to you in chicago. >> thank you very much. happy new year to all of our viewers. if you look at the following chart, my only chart to show today, it is an intraday of ten. you will notice around 10:00 eastern, right about the time ism and construction spend wrestling out, first rates move lower and higher. why exactly they move lower the ism, you know, lot has to do with manufacturing and inventory down the road. but indeed we did see the headline number along with the employment component where the best since april of '06 and new orders were the best in six years. but the construction spen
CNBC
Jan 14, 2010 12:00pm EST
massive level. how safe are american companies doing business with china? is it worth the cyberrisk? the second hour of "power lunch" starts right now. >>> welcome, everyone. welcome back to the second hour of "power lunch." i'm tyler mathisen with sue herera and dennis kneale and our special guest leigh gallagher of "fortune" magazine. breaking news of energy markets. >> the cfdc coming out with a new proposal on position limits to prevent excessive speculation. this is going to cover light sweet crude, heating oil, gasoline and natural gas. it will affect here at the nymex and the ice exchanges. in terms of traders, it won't affect local traders but etfs could be affected. laiders here did expect something to happen. the nymex has limits and think it could affect the retail investors are' ability to diverse fi but thdie diversify. it does have a process here, but they're going public with it as we speak. >> the kind of the fly in the ointment is who is going decide what becomes excessive speculation. steve liesman joins us as well with breaking news concerning the fed. >> thanks,
CNBC
Jan 17, 2017 1:00pm EST
leader of communist china sounds like a global free trader. seema mody joins us with what seems like a world turned upside down. that's a line from hamilton. >> it is, tyler. subtle irony in all of this. trump's tough policies on trade, people were surprised by chinese president xi reassuring a somewhat upbeat tone as the most powerful communist leader emphasized in davos the importance of globalization. xi did not mention trump by name, his speech widely seen as a direct response to the president-elect's anti-trade rhetoric. the chinese leader made the case of why countries should remain committed to trade and say no to protectionism, adding that no one wins in a trade war. this is particularly interesting from xi. scores at the low end of the world bank's measures of openness to trade. trump has called china a currency manipulator, in his speech, the chinese leader, president xi, explicitly said china will not devalue the yuan. china will likely take an opportunity to look outward trying to fill the void that protectionist policies potentially bring to the u.s. that's why a lot of pe
CNBC
Sep 11, 2009 12:00pm EDT
china, i suppose chinese advertising companies mike doing okay, but the companies i'm talking about don't have a lot of exposure there, so it's not really relevant to our call. >> and it's stuff for americans to buy chinese advertising companies at the moment. >> got it. >>> great to have you here, david. >> we're going to call you mr. global from now on. >> i'm going to spend dollars on lunch before the price goes up. >> very good. >> good to see you. >>> coming up, president obama is set to give a major speech on the financial crisis on monday. did he go too far bailing out the banks? the power grid is next. >> plus an exclusive with the president of what? >> ungaro. >> why did i call it ungaro. >> i'm saying it's spanish, but it's a french company, so maybe i'm wrong. >> and why they're betting on paparazzi diva lindsay lohan. she's no diva, just the queen of "fast money," melissa. >> that was the right thing to say, because you could have said something else, which would have plead some very angry. we'll give you the trade on the financials and special goldman sachs, yet another
CNBC
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
CNBC
Apr 20, 2012 1:00pm EDT
but spain isn't. china up but japan isn't. call this a very mixed week for the global stock markets. how about ipos today? couple good ones. look at the nyse's ipo, info blox priced at $16. talk was $12 to $15. opened at $22.50 and held up straight line across the board. mid states petroleum priced at $16. price talk 16 to 18. there's one that priced below the range there, sue. the important thing is it's been clawing its way to the upside. not quite back to its initial price, but getting a little bit better throughout the day here. the price talk rather. >> yeah. getting a little closer. thanks, bob. let's switch on the "power lunch" power surge and drill down on the stories driving this trading day. two american titans, general electric and mcdonald's both out with earnings. ge beats, mcd's matches. they're up about 2% or so on the trading session. jackie deangelis is all over mcdonald's results. but we're going to begin with mary thompson on ge. and it was energy fueling those results, correct, mary? >> that's right. strength not only in energy but also transportation business is
CNBC
Oct 19, 2012 1:00pm EDT
clearly the earnings. this morning i was thinking there's some bad news out of china, that's going to weigh on things but it seems at the end of the day earnings have taken the center stage and they're not giving it up. mary said about the banks, man, i want bank earnings back again. that's way more fun than what's going on now. >> that's an understatement. >> i wouldn't say this is fairly orderly. we're still in the range that started in the bernanke qe infyty. right now i think we're okay still. >> i want to take you back to 1987. you were work rg in the business, i was a 29-year-old reporter covering it for then financial news network. you reminisce of that day. for me, it was -- there was terror. >> no doubt. i had been in the business three or four months and my chief responsibilities up to that point was getting my boss's dry cleaning but that day i was taken from the currency pits -- i worked for goldman at the time -- and thrown in the s&p 500 pit. emotion and terror was so palpable. for me i didn't have anything to risk and you could still feel it. that's been a really big le
CNBC
Apr 21, 2010 12:00pm EDT
china and russia, so i think you're going to see it happen across the whole web and i think it's going to come in all kinds of flavors. >> all right. well, mark pincus ceo of zynga thanks for joining us. we'll have to see if you change your mind about that ipo. >> thank you very much. up next mike huckman has stocks making headlines right now and then we're all going to go off the charts. the stock that's up almost 110% since the bottom. we'll name some names. >> and coming up at 12:45 eastern time you know what it is. the fast money halftime report. just 15 minutes away. >>> and welcome back. we are almost halfway through the trading day and in the headlines at this hour mgm mirage's board is seeking share holder approval to rebrand as mgm resorts international. the company says the name change would more accurately reflect its global presence. "the wall street journal" reports procter & gamble has struck a three-year advertising pact with the fledgling oprah winfrey network. the deal is said to be valued at more than $25 million a year. >>> chrysler has lost almost $4 billion followi
CNBC
Sep 14, 2016 1:00pm EDT
china hurt sales. swiss watch sales down 11% on the year and hong kong, that's the biggest market for swiss watches, down 42%. cartier and others have been buying back thousands of watches in hong kong and destroying them or moving them to other markets. the spending recession at the top is also hitting jewelry, clothing, handbags, other categories. hermes, always considered the top leader in luxury, strong profits driven by leather goods. it said it is abandoning its 8% sales target for the year. the ceo saying, quote, there is a lot of uncertainty, that is the understatement of the year. >> do we know if this extends beyond the chinese and the crackdown on the corruption or a global phenomenon? >> it is global. as you know, michelle, it is the russians, the middle east, the latin americans, all of the emerging market wealthy and wealth creation slowed. >> why would you destroy the watches you buy back? >> the whole business model is based on the premise of high prices. they never, only rarely will discount 3% to 5%. it is worth it to them to take them for parts, melt them down,
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
May 4, 2015 1:00pm EDT
issues that caused them to under earn in china. they are in process of fixing the issues and the fkc and pizza hut brandts are the most recognized in china and the business will recover and have limitless growth tied to the emerging middle class. with the effects of the last few years highlight, it's different being an owner of brands globally and versus operating restaurants in china. it doesn't mean is good and one is bad, but they are both great. we hope to engage to show how by separating china coand entering into an agreement, yum can have themselves positioned to learn from the recent past and excel for the decades to come. >> you want a spin off of the chinese business. >> yes. but the change in corporate structure allows you to change capital structure and being more fortune franchise-heavy. the reason they have a mix today and 95% plus is because they own that. they don't have a mature market. by franchising it to themselves they get the best of both worlds. they have the best team and their management team managing the business in china and managing the franchise agreement
CNBC
Feb 11, 2016 1:00pm EST
and everyone is looking at a policy officials for that, whether the fed or the ecb or china. i don't think it is going to be a policy catalyst. i think it is going to be economic. i think we're going to get better economic data out of the united states. >> it is going to take the recession fear out of the discussion. >> i think so. i think so. if we do that, we probably get a good rally. >> how do -- if we're nearing that turn, that inflexion point, what do you do? what do i do? >> well, i think this isn't just about a market bottom. and i don't know, we might have to go a little lower to find that. who knows. i think it is also about a complete leadership change. if we do find a bottom and start going back up. i think the old leadership is not going to be the new leadership. i think it is going to be more oriented toward the producer side of the economy, the industrial capital good side, rather than the consumer side if the market does find a bottom and rally. i would be looking on days like today to add to things like industrials or materials, energy, even the financials picking aw
CNBC
May 23, 2012 1:00pm EDT
higher. and the hits keep oncoming. the world bank cutting its economic growth forecast for china to 8.2%. we'd envy that in any part of this country, but no, not in china. the world bank is urging china to rely on a looser fiscal policy designed to boost consumption rather than getting in-state investment. china's market down 17% in the past year. sue. >> and you know, ty, given everything that we've laid out with the breaking news right now from the bond market, you would expect demand for the $35 billion in 5-year notes to be pretty strong. rick santelli has the results. how did they fare this time around on the auction? >> well, $35 billion 5-year notes, the wi trading 74.5 bid offered at 74. the yield came in at .748. not bad. the bid-to-cover 2.99 was a little better than a 2. 2.93 ten-auction average. indirects close to the 44% 10-auction average. we're going to give this a b minus, sue. if you consider that, the yields moved lower, followed the rest of the marketplaces, people are buying up treasuries, bunds, yields, it might have given us less on a demand rating. solid aucti
CNBC
Dec 1, 2016 1:00pm EST
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Sep 17, 2012 1:00pm EDT
, fighting for the votes of blue collar workers. mitt romney says that he's going to get tough on china but declaring them a currency manipulator on day one of his presidency. president obama says i'm walking the walk right now. today his administration filed a trade complaint with the world trade organization against chinese for allegedly subsidizing auto parts. here's the president today in cincinnati. >> these are subsidies that directly harm working men and women on the assembly lines in ohio and michigan and across the midwest. your senator sherrod brown has fought as hard as anybody to stop this and we are going to stop it. it is not right, it is against the rules and we will not let it stand. >> reporter: now mitt romney is trailing in the state of ohio. that's president obama's trying to reinforce his lead. but mitt romney's trying to deal with another issue that is his poor support among hispanics. he's addressing the hispanic u.s. chamber of commerce today. the romney campaign says he'll provide more detail on his policies especially on the economy this week. however, on a confere
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Mar 4, 2014 1:00pm EST
steel, particularly in china. we have seen some evidence of this happening so far. and because of that, we have started to switch our investments more into things which we think will be important when china moves into more of a consumption phase. that includes things like oil and gas, copper, for example, which transports energy, and maybe longer term, fertilizers to provide better food. >> sue? >> mr. mckenzie, we are delighted to have you here on "power lunch." given the nature of your company, i would really be interested in your perspective on where we are in the economic recovery, because there are parts of main street that are not recovering as well as other parts of the economy. what's your perspective? where are we in the cycle? >> so we would -- our view at the moment looking forward this year, probably before the events of ukraine, that we were slightly biased to the upside. we feel that china is very much steady as she goes but most of the indications out of this economy in the u.s., also in europe and to some extent, japan, are on the whole more positive than they have been
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Oct 15, 2013 1:00pm EDT
they fit. >> think about apple's market and think about what angela ahrendts has done in china it makes sense. >> very interesting. let's move on to parts of new jersey where we live. verizon has stopped laying down traditional copper line for its phone network and recently the ceo said it's no longer concerned with land lines. do you have a land line in your house? >> we have a land line in my house. >> i do too. would you give it up? >> i like the security of the land line during difficult times. >> during a storm or something. you wonder about the cell service. do you think we're beginning to see really the end of the land line? >> i think we're moving to a new frontier. i think the land line is going to become increasingly less utilized. but i think the key is striking the balance because some people will still want to have that security and companies have to think about how do they anticipate the future and give customers the future while allowing those people who are still wanting to have access to land lines to transition them. >> my problem with the land lines has been tha
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May 15, 2012 1:00pm EDT
population in china, uses a smartphone every day. and so you see this from a sort of a browsing the internet experience or searching experience. this is echoed in brazil and echoed in other markets. what you see is in many of these markets, the mobile phone, the smartphone has become the primary internet access point. a lot of the behaviors we're very familiar with are things that are now becoming accessible to a much greater number of people around the world. i think the facebook part is a question for facebook to answer. what i can say is that there's not a business out there that doesn't need to figure out what mobile means for them. google is betting really big on mobile. that's why we're trying to understand the consumer behavior and how to build experiences, whether that's sort of frankly an organic experience or ad experience that are tailored for what users want on the mobile phone. frankly that's a facebook issue, google issue and broad business issue. >>> next, we turn to housing. while some markets are hitting bottom, the market as a whole is still a bit of a mess. so why
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Sep 4, 2013 1:00pm EDT
in one plant in china but semi sales were up 5% in july. coca-cola rebounding from yesterday's decline after a downgrade and verizon, too, looking very strong. it was under pressure yesterday as investors reacted to the news and bought the rest of the stake in verizon wireless. microsoft remains under pressure after buying nokia's handset business. a couple of other stocks we're watching, jc penney, yet another hedge fund, glenview investing in this stock and dollar general coming out with stronger than expected results and also for the last quarter, helped by some sales of branded goods and cigarettes and h & r block. revenue is stronger than expected. however, the company's ross was wider in large part because of some higher expenses so it's under pressure, but the dow, we're waiting, of course, the vote from the senate commit and also the beige book coming up in just a bit. we'll see how the markets react. >> juniper network doing very well on the comments from the c.o.o. and on that note let's head to the nasdaq and bertha coombs on the details of what's shifting there. >>
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May 2, 2012 1:00pm EDT
down about 1.6%. how much of that has to do with the euro story? and how much is the china demand story? or maybe it's both. >> it is both. we did get that hsbc data showing it's the sixth consecutive month where we're below that 50 level. so showing that kind of data is something that's definitely pressuring copper, and copper of course is the biggest drag. what traders are waiting for is just what michelle was talking about. what's going to come out of this ecb press conference tomorrow. not so much what happens with the decision on rates, but really what they say there in terms of any fresh stimulus, that will have the most impact on gold in the session ahead. >> all right. thanks, sharon. >> sure. >> all right. even with sharon described interestingly enough stocks are down today, but overall the dow is at a four-year high. bob pisani joins us here on the nyse floor with yet another -- >> explain this. >> -- counterintuitive retailers you're focusing on. >> concern about pulling job forward with the warm weather. the same worry exists with the retailers right now. we're going
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May 30, 2012 1:00pm EDT
, they've all been clocked because of china and the slowdown in macau and so forth. marriott is the one we like in this. >> there's an upside to the u.s./asian casino. for market perform in our opinion the rim investment proposition is almost entirely driven now by takeout potential. they like it. they're betting on a buyer here. >> right. they're betting on a buyer. if you're going to bet on a buyer, i would bet on a buyer that's got a little bit less risk inherent. rim's model did not work at all. there's a lot of overhang there i think the stock could still perform terribly even though it's down 75% already this year. we actually like yahoo! for that kind of a takeout space. they sold that alibaba piece back to alibaba. so they have some cash now. >> so you want to bet on a takeout, bet on yahoo! and not rim. >> they've deen well this year as well. >> dani, thanks very much. the countdown to the metals close is on. we're going to hit the floor after the break. [ engine turns over ] [ male announcer ] we began with the rx. [ tires squeal ] then we turned the page, creating the rx hybrid.
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Nov 20, 2014 1:00pm EST
from $68. it cited valuation as the brunt of its issues with meat safety in china subsidies. the stock's currently trading up 2 1/2%. over to you, sue. >> thanks, kate. >>> it is time for the "hower pous." today's city is the birthplace to lady gaga and home to the first pizzeria. can you name that city? it's new york, new york, our backyard. we're focusing on the borough of brooklyn. it's the prospect heights neighborhood. let's check out brooklyn's market stats. kings county, and according to zillow, the median price is about $535,000, inventory of about 3,000 homes. the local mls service says properties are on the market for an average of 70 days. joining me here at post 9 is tamara with halstead property. nice to have you here. >> nice to be here. thanks for having me. >> our first listing is a co-op. it is 427 sterling place, unit 4r, listed at $685,000. with a monthly fee of $721 for maintenance and property taxes, two bedroom, one bathroom, 850 square feet of living space. it looks very bright and airy. >> it is beautiful. it's south facing so you get a lot of light from t
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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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Jul 13, 2009 12:00pm EDT
they are going to head in the future with places like india focusing on infrastructure and china. they are everywhere, all the time. >> we have to wait to get my personal view on that. we are sitting on the sidelines. >> good point. what do you say? >> i have to watch how oil closes. this is the low so far and the weakness will be too much for people to stand in front of. >> are you ag gnostic? >> no, but i am looking for the market to trade up into the close. >> zeke? >> it's a tough day. >> your complete earnings playbook tonight at 5:00 on fast, but first on "power lunch," morgan stanley has a new mvp and you won't believe how young he s. >> i wouldn't believe. >> we will bring you that and coming up on "power lunch," not only the triple-digit rally and the ceo of louis vuitton. president obama's economic agenda. is it stalling and how do we get it back on track? see you at the top of the hour. >>> stocks in three weeks. positive comments on cnbc by meredith whitney. ford is bankrupt to the auto supplier, vift yon. they are calling the plan too rich. moody's had troubled financial c
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Jan 19, 2016 1:00pm EST
also pretty good. but still no traction there. china was strong overnight. people's bank of china did an injection of liquidity. i think that really helped. we all know the gdp was mediocre at 6.8%. but the etfs associated with china, very strong today. good volume. there is the ashr. finally, it's very important we hold the gains. there was a lot of whaling and mashing of teeth over the fact that we closed at the august lows. let's not quibble about a few points. we were at the august lows. you break below that, you're in a new territory. you're back to the 2014 lows. technicals matter. when the fundamentals are confusing, traders look to technicals dropping below the levels would institute a whole round of whaling and mashing teeth. it is starting to resemble an irish wake down here. let's hope it doesn't come to. that but it's getting there. back to you. >> you think we're fading at this hour. what is the problem? >> well, oil is not behaving at all. there is this knee jerk reaction to just sell anything related to global industrials, global materials and energy stocks whether
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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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Dec 11, 2009 12:00pm EST
the u.s. gets better and i'm betting the economy in china gets better as well and that will drive yum's earnings. it's a quasi defensive leverage play. >> against china. interesting. >> thank you. >>> coming up next, a year ago he was bernie who to most people. then he was busted for the big of the ponzi scheme later. one year later, are the feds doing a better job of protecting your money? we'll have answers. >> and the retail data lifting the markets today. is the santa claus rally ahead for the sector? i hope so. get ready for "the fast money halftime report" at 12:45. you need a financial advocate who knows where you want to go. a merrill lynch financial advisor, now with access to the resources of bank of america, can help you diversify, rebalance, imagine, and believe. boss: ah! thank gecko: what's going on, sir? boss: we're slammed. tons of people interested in all the money they could be saving by switching to geico.. gecko: yeah, 'course. boss: boy, did we miss you last week. that temp wasn't working out at all. exec: took me all morning but i got those quarterly figures
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Apr 11, 2017 1:00pm EDT
the passenger beledge rent and a problem brewing in china. what exact will this have on profits. >>> the one factor investors may be overlooking." power lunch starts right now. >>> hi, welcome to "power lunch". down day for the markets well off session lows. the dow was down about 145 earlier. technology and financials have chip makers suffering. transports down 1%. united continental the biggest looser and they have been a looser on a lot of fronts in the past 48 hours. >>> gold up more than 1%, on track for its biggest gain in three weeks. >> thank you. here is what else is happening at this hour. >>> starbucks is moving beyond coffee wi coffee. a new lunch menu at more than 100 stores in chicago. >>> a management selling hostess brands. >>> small business optimism falling off the post election highs we saw. running out of steam. >>> we begin with the nation's top ceo's back at the white house today. live at the white house with the latest. >> reporter: it was the president's 13th meeting with american business leaders, his 15th meeting if you count business executives from ge
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Jul 21, 2014 1:00pm EDT
ahead of the trade there. >>> and big trouble in china for two big american brands, mcdonald's and yum under fire for poor food quality. both stocks are down today, largely in response to word out of that very important market. >>> and the terrible drought in california may be about to get a lot worse. we will tell you about that. first first, let's check in with sue at the new york stock exchange. sue? >> good to see you, ty. the stock market starting down on this first trading day of the week, off the worst levels of the day only off 74 points now. bob pisani joins me here on the floor of the nyse on the emerging threat from overseas, the potential really to rock markets around the world. and is something that you've covered for us before in its initial stages. things have changed. >> the middle east is a hot investment plane, property markets are on fire there sunday, the dubai stock market dropped almost 6%. we covered a little bit in sunday trading, cube bind the middle east, they trade friday and saturday are closed days and they begin their first day of trading on sunday. well,
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Jan 26, 2016 1:00pm EST
aid is from one to five rank all of these. these are the numbers they came up with. oil, china, in fact there is another skreltive question we asked, tell us what you think the biggest threats are to the u.s. economy are. for the last several months every single one of them has been outside the borders of the united states. it's china. it's global slowdown. then we ask about things that are wrong in america and they don't rank them highly. for years, the answer was tax and regulatory policy. that's gone away, and really the threat, at least according to this group -- and i know it's a subset of justways out there on wall street, has been outside the u.s., not not internally. >> i agree with michele. you are looking at it in a vacuum. the fed policy has a direct impact on what's going on outside the borders of the united states whether china or emerging markets. >> particularly emerging markets. >> absolutely. >> when u.s. interest rates are up or expected to go up, all of their interest rates must go up as well because they have to be competitive to attract investment. >> only 15 b
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May 27, 2014 1:00pm EDT
over in china. now, get this -- video game consoles have been banned in china from 2000 until this past january. sue? >> talk about pent-up demand, ty. >>> at post 9, let's get some trading action from bob pisani, up 58 points, holding steady as she goes. transports doing well. >> the point is sell in may/go away not exactly working for everybody. we've had four up days for the s&p. haven't done that since going back to april. dominic was mentioning the internet biotech nails. biotech, the main reasons we have seen the market stabilize is because biotech and internet names, the etf there, have stabilized. you can see for the year, it was moving down all throughout march, april and may. it's made a nice comeback in the last several days. i'll show you an etf, that is the uig, two times the daily performance in the dow jones industrial average financial index. you get the momentum guys come in, buying aggressively, so volume is very heavy. remember, this is two times the financial index, so it's up 1%, you make two%, on a day le basis, tough to hold this for more than a single day. t
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Jan 21, 2010 12:00pm EST
important thing that's going on here, sue, that china gdp is another add-on effect, figuring out what effect that will have when the chinese start raising interest rates. >> that's one of the major factors in today's trading session, let's talk more about what's going on in this market. we have all of our experts lined up to talk about the markets. rick santelli, i'll go to you, if i could. we've seen some interesting action as traders look for safety given what's going on in the stock market. and also in the dollar, and also in china. make sense of it all, if you could. >> i don't think you're going to get any good answers in the markets, because markets by their very nature measure making money. i think making money will get impacted negative by some of the ideas the president put forth. however, i think in the end, where he wouldn't to go isn't a bad place, i believe that many think taxpayer money shouldn't be the underpinnings of leverage and trading, though many believe it should exist. create separated companies don't create balance sheets of bank. however, here's the other side
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Dec 19, 2016 1:00pm EST
reports that china's iron ore is down a bit. stocks growing there. so there may be some fundamental reasons here. even other groups like steel and aluminum stocks like alcoa have been weak. here's what's going on. the sector laggards, remember materials financials, energy, they were big movers in the month of november. they haven't done anything for the last five days, trending to the down side. meantime, if you look at the sector leadership, it is eh, telecoms, that's a small group. that's in the going to move anything. tech is not doing too much. health care utilities, flat. we need some leadership, some new leadership and we are not getting it right now. here's where the rally is so far. this is what happened since trump won the election. financials, industrials, materials, they power the market in the month of november. in early december, rotations into some of the consumer names. and utility names. that is what we talked about. that was very healthy. in the last week or so, forget it, we're wandering around here, one day one group is up, the next day another. it is very difficu
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Dec 22, 2016 1:00pm EST
losses since before the election. trump's trade pick taking the u.s. on a collision course with china then alexa, are you listening? we know she is all the time. should you trust echo with your privacy? >> take a look at some movers. retailers taking a big hit. session lows on track in fact for its worst day in more than four months. aly babb bah down more than 2%. blacklist. marketplace back list, saying it's not doing enough to fight counterfeit goods. >> u.s. economy growing at the fastest rate in two years in the third quarter. but that's look iing backwards. well, the policies of the new administration keep the party going and justify the optimism we're seeing now steve? >> thank you. a lot of wall street exists are not embracing the opt michigimi their traders or the new administration while the president-elect said their plans could lead to 3, 4, 5% growth. very few see 3% in the next two years. the average of economists, 2.3% from an estimated 1-7. then 2.5 in 2018. there's some optimism that growth gets better, but it's far below the estimates. some say we don't have enough i
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Jul 9, 2012 1:00pm EDT
would i bother? >> listen. quickly, china huge question mark. don't know europe. jobs in the united states. >> hands off for that. manufacture lamore later on. >>> something else for investors to watch, of course, is earnings season. it starts after the bell today. alcoa will report. shares down 10% over 3 months. ceo will be on "the closing bell" after they report later today. now, for the bigger picture on this upcoming earnings season, courtney regan is right here right now. >> thanks, tyler. there were worries of a global slowdown due in part to the european debt crisis and the currency translation. drops in corporate and consumer confidence. second quarter earnings expected to grow and excludeing bank of america drops to 0.7%. revenue to 2%. 95 of the s&p 500 companies issued negative preannouncements and 29 positive. the weakest ratio since the fourth quarter of 2008. now, because of of bank of america financials are expected to grow almost 54%. but remember. this is kind of a weird one off. industrials a distant second. now, jpmorgan reports friday and it is again one of the
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