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Bloomberg
Oct 10, 2014 8:00am EDT
the theory that sarcasm is -- barry ritholtz is going to stick with me. lessons from china. theoln's ceo talks about opportunities and challenges of doing business in asia's largest economy. we stay on top of the biggest story of the day, the markets, 334 point drop in the dow yesterday and 2% drop in dax today. stay with us. ♪ >> welcome back to "in the loop ." social media companies like facebook have had a tough time china to crack the chinese market. they are told in order to play china, they need to play by the rules. censorship rules. site, a hugeched a step in attracting what it sees as when hundred 44 million potential new customers. the entrance has come at some cost. we are talking about self-censorship. betty liu sat down with linkedin ceo jeff weiner in san francisco. he discussed what he has learned on the journey to china. you learn a lot about what matters to you as a company. it brings the executives together in terms of their own values and principles. you want to make sure that you are creating a space for people to be able to talk about what matters to them and w
Bloomberg
Nov 11, 2014 8:00am EST
in trade talks between the u.s. and china. on countries have agreed technology products, chips to medical devices. the first major cut in 17 years. the deal is part of a larger global technology agreement that still needs to be ratified by members of the wto next month. to limitunning out iran's nuclear program. two days of talks and iran says no progress was made. november 24 as a deadline for the agreement. from todaye a week and negotiations have been going on for almost a year. with a is going global single day. the e-commerce company has made the holiday the biggest shopping event in china. and the first 14 hours, alibaba sold a record $5.9 billion. foreign brands are taking part in singles day. american eagle and costco all wanting to touch those american consumers. service providers are blasting president's proposal for regulation of the web. they say it would harm investment and innovation. verizon are hinting at legal action and chief lobbyist say companies could not pay extra. netflix and yahoo! are among those supporting. that's one of our top stories this morning, majo
Bloomberg
Apr 23, 2014 8:00am EDT
results were driven bigger margins. and also by stronger sales in china. the company has not been very bullish on china's economic growth. with us is the dow chemical chairman and ceo. great to have you back. >> nice to be with you. >> what happened with topline growth? america, as you know, we had a very cold winter in the month of march with lots of transportation and warehouse carrier issues. our north american revenues were not robust but clearly the bottom line is what matters but i what -- but i would not read much about the topline numbers this time around. we saw growth in china and we sought europe beginning a decent recovery. we are very optimistic about that. given the world economy being slowly recovering and uncertain, i believe we had a good margin growth through the corridor. -- through the quarter. it is six consecutive corridors of your on your margin growth and that is a great trend for our company. >> i don't understand how you can do that when raw materials are rising. >> that's because of our advantage. our investments in the u.s. gulf coast that we have announced
Bloomberg
Nov 4, 2014 8:00am EST
company. increased shopping in china has led to more spending by advertisers. before today, alibaba's shares had risen 50% since september. investigating since its foreign currency dealing. faces inquiries from regulators in the u.k. and elsewhere. jpmorgan will set aside another $1.3 billion to handle possible losses in the case. the group -- the incredibly shrinking budget deficit. $483 billion at the end of september. that is 2.8% of gdp, the lowest it has been as 2008 at its peak years ago. up more than 10% of gdp. the deficit will get smaller willyear, and then it begin to expand again in 2016, the in time for presidential election. we have not seen oil this low in three years. tradedxas intermediate below $76 at one point today. that is before saudi arabia cut the price it charges u.s. customers. only oh is down 20% this year. maybe the decline in oil the economy isu not recovering, as all the bullish analyst think. collects back to the top corporate story this morning, alibaba out with better than estimated results. they came out and everything" here looking at the n
Bloomberg
Apr 10, 2015 8:00am EDT
bloomberg's reporters scathing report about china's economy. general electric is confirming its biggest strategic move in years. the company is selling most of its finance business. ge capital sold for nearly $27 billion. the buyers, wells fargo and blackstone. it is part of ge's plan to refocus on manufacturing. ge is buying stock worth $50 billion. the u.s. and cuba could take a step toward better relations today. president obama and cuba's president may meet face-to-face. secretary of state john kerry talked with the foreign minister bruno rodriguez. the president said closer ties -- president obama: we are as committed as ever to supporting political human rights and political freedom. i believe that engagement is a more powerful force than isolation and the changes we are making can help improve the lives of the cuban people. i believe that this new beginning will be good for the united states and the entire hemisphere. olivia: the president announced the historic shift in mid-december. the u.s. my remove cuba from the list from the countries believed to sponsor terrorism. deutsche
Bloomberg
Feb 9, 2015 8:00am EST
in china. and you have to pay more for your gas. the average price of regular gasoline jumped almost $.13 in the last two weeks to 200 to -- to dollar $.20 a gallon. -- $2.20 per gallon. falling prices have led to a slowdown in drilling. the cartel says supply will only grow half as much as it did last year. in the british newcomer the big winner at last night's grammys. best new artist and pop vocal album. beyoncÉ and he each won three grammys. what a night. breaking numbers from mcdonald's . global sales down more than what wall street is mated, down 1.8%. scarlet fu has more. >> that is right. we know mcdonald's has made a change at the top coming in with the new chief executive. when you break down the numbers, europe and the u.s. performed better than anticipated. comparable sales rose to an unexpected increase when analysts were looking for a drop . in u.s., a gain of 4/10 of 1% versus the expected increase their mcdonald's cites a positive breakfast performance. for asia, the middle east, and f, a huge drop versus an expected drop of 8.4%. we know that mcdonald's had some pro
Bloomberg
Sep 18, 2014 8:00am EDT
america maybe we don't like the idea of the chinese catching up. alibaba is symbolic of china's -- more than their mergers. it is a technology path. we used to say that the chinese steel many of us, we is to say that about the japanese, hong kong or south koreans. if they do at the beginning, they catch up. what you're seeing it alibaba is that they have effectively cut up to america. it will go through $200 billion in market caps. same size as facebook. this is one of the world's leaders. i got this morning an e-mail about what the distributors of the internet were doing, and samsung and china going into india, indonesia and brazil. arrival in the recognition by america, remember they could've floated this on the hong kong exchange but didn't do it. they chose the u.s. which is at a smart move. >> smart why? >> it positions them. look at the value of the publicity. here we are on bloomberg "in ," not about scotland but alibaba. would not have been a local story but less dominant. this makes people sit up and take notice. say they areill smaller and revenue size but more profitable. wha
Bloomberg
Mar 20, 2014 8:00am EDT
or other businesses in china. compared tontly amazon but it also has other businesses. this is an add-on to that. it is not buying this company. it is just investing in the company. it is not necessarily become part of alibaba, at least not yet. a history of purchasing companies they invested in early on. it shows the popularity of this area. whatsapp which was bought by facebook and vibre was purchased for $900 million. there is competition in this industry and a lot of investments by big players into the smaller players. we will see how much room there is for all of these different players to coexist or maybe a couple of them will rise to the top. >> thank you. up, cash may no longer be king as more companies go to mobile payment on your phone. we will talk to one of the creators of google wallet about the growing popularity. ♪ >> the federal reserve will publish results today of bank stress tests. could banks survive much less dole out dividends and buy back stock? i am joined by paul miller from fbr capital markets are we going through the motions here? is this designed to make
Bloomberg
May 22, 2014 8:00am EDT
well. through the middle of america, china is trying to spread the spotlight on great ideas, including nontext companies. >> do you support a minimum wage hike? >> i do. i recognize there are dynamics and some concern it could result in job losses and some sectors changing how able count hours, but in general, it is the right thing to do and is happening in a number of states already. that momentum will continue. back tolso say, going the productivity issue, there is evidence gains in technology including robotics are resulting in bringing just back including china, because they can manufacture because they need fewer people. than are fewer people now 25 years ago, but jobs are coming back here 10 years ago, people thought of the another -- a collocated mix of things. it is a great jobs report. we will continue to create jobs and drive the economy. >> henry ford created a thatacturing industry added thousands and thousands of more jobs. this tech industry does not add jobs but it may add other things. even if you educate all the people who lost jobs, will there be jobs for them availab
Bloomberg
Jan 29, 2015 8:00am EST
bloomberg top company news. the best-selling smartphone in china is not chinese. it is the apple iphone. tied with samsung for global leadership of smart phone sales. both have 20% of the market in china. quarterly earnings past -- matched estimates at viacom. growth in advertising slowdown. jetblue's fourth-quarter earnings beat estimates and airlines have been flying high because of cheaper fuel and rising demand for travel. back on ali baba, shares sliding in the free market -- premarket after the comely missed estimates. dropping over 5% as revenue missed estimates and they spent more on developing apps. things are heating up inside the e-commerce company. employee perks include free food housing, even getting married. >> when you enter ali baba's headquarters, is a lot like stepping into any tech campus in silicon valley. there a starbucks to fuel all nighters, look at classes -- yoga classes and three cafeterias. the perks don't stop there. alibaba takes it one step further, helping employees find love, marriage and even starting families. it may look like any other tech company,
Bloomberg
Sep 22, 2014 8:00am EDT
and is profitable. how do you account for the china factor and the risk taking with the chinese government? >> china is the risk and the reward. the risk being the unique governance structure. y in ahey regulate alipa more strict fashion. it also rewards, the entire growth is driven by the chinese consumer. that is the trade-off. >> where do you see the stock going? >> i think it should continue to do well. right now is in the middle of the evaluation range. it should do well, i would expect there -- the stock to be vetted over the next few weeks. i expect some bad news to come out to challenge volume numbers and business practices. a lot of things will come out but at the end of the day growth is what will matter. >> tremendous growth and tremendous margins which in some way separates it from other e-commerce companies out there. amazon being one. if you had to pick between amazon and alibaba, is alibaba going to win? it seems like is superior to amazon in almost every way. it is growing faster has a longer runway and has a more profitable as this model. timenly company with th
Bloomberg
Feb 19, 2014 8:00am EST
picture, across from the protesters, you see the police. they are not china move over that at the moment. that is independent square at the moment. 7000. many have come more armed than they have in the past. almost all of them are armed with clubs. we also have other room -- other weaponry. this all began when the president ordered the riot police, telling them to clear the square. injured. 350 people we stopped short of that. see this kicked off at any time -- this could kick off at any time again. class is there a possibility we could see an outbreak civil war? say, no, we want to reject that and move toward .he european union one is against a popular government and the other could turn into a civil war. there is a geographic divide in the ukraine between west and east and we're seeing that with antigovernment protesters. ultimately, i do not think it is that yet. what we have here is the president on the one hand and the world-famous heavyweight boxing champion on the other. unable to come to any kind of about replacing the government. that is effectively the situation. the pre
Bloomberg
Mar 24, 2015 8:00am EDT
. based on apple watch an iphone's growth in china, imagine a $1 trillion company. john: i have my doubts about the watch. let's see, but the rollout made me miss steve jobs, not only for the theatrics of the rollout, but the product. you know he would have done something with that to make it that are and magical. and he is not here to do that. we will see whether anybody feels they cannot live without that watch. i do not think that watch even looks as good as the android watches. olivia: this is really the first entirely tim cook product. analysts said it is not about how well the watch does. it is all about china. the business is up 70% in the last quarter in china. betty: number two is george soros, talk about a wet blanket pair the investor said the chances of greece leaving the euro are 50-50. the country could "go down the drain." he spoke more about it with francine the clock. george: the euro, if it pushes greece out of the euro, it would hurt itself. betty: is george soros telling us greece is a big short? john: the answer to the greece issue is staring us in the face. mi
Bloomberg
Mar 24, 2014 8:00am EDT
richelle obama and -- michelle obama and steve schwarzman in china. what brought them both there? stay "in the loop." ♪ >> millionaire warren buffett is off the hook thanks to the march madness upsets. he awarded $1 billion to anyone -- a lot of those brackets were taking care of, and the final three perfect entries blew up friday night when memphis beat george washington. that is brad bender, who may have had the nation's best racket. he had picked the -- best bracket. his bracket got upset when dayton beat syracuse. enter buffett's billion dollar challenge. "and that is the closest i have ever not come to winning $1 billion." 56 minutes after the hour. we take a quick look at futures here, which are indicating we will see these markets open the week in the green. -- aboveread on average growth for the month. in about an hour we will get more economic data when u.s. manufacturing stats are released. we will be back on the markets for you in 30 minutes. coming up, as the senate begins to round up $1 billion in aid for ukraine, a political battle looks to be shaping up. we will
Bloomberg
Mar 19, 2015 8:00am EDT
and services traded on the alibaba platform across china. they want to get a sense of where some of the international growth opportunities can come for alibaba. the company has been making investments have indicated they are willing to invest outside of china even though the majority of the growth story is in the chinese market. investors want to get a better handle. >> betty: that is not going to excite foreign investors. paul: they need to be careful. the chinese market really is the growth story there. alibaba is dominant in that marketplace. to the extent they choose to grow in north america, they are going to come into a much more competitive market with amazon and ebay. they want to make some international investments and want to grow the platform but they need to be careful. betty: thank you so much. coming up, the analysis by the fed. jim joins us. what does he have to say about this? ♪ betty: here's a look at our top stories this morning. raising hope for a potential merger -- it would create the world's biggest cement company. they're closer to a preliminary agreement. c
Bloomberg
Feb 11, 2015 8:00am EST
has pulled into a tie. another management change at tesla's operations in china. the communication cheap has left the company. -- chief has left the company. sales have slumped over concerns that there are not enough charging stations to make electric cars worth it. taking ferrari public will be an easy job for the banks. he added an ipo could happen as soon as july. he also spoke about the outlook in europe for the automaker. "in the loop >> the european block is better. >> do you love ferrari? >> i used to test drive them. i have had many good jobs. i once had one and it went like the wind. it ran out of petrol in the fast lane. >> you just grope it to the ground? >> they have no smalltalk. in a traffic jam, you can see the petrol gauge going down and down. >> i would not know. in the u.s., we are used to saying that the british are coming. there is a steady trickle of american exports heading across the pond. the latest is the smithsonian. they are considering opening a new 40,000 square-foot exhibition space in london's olympic park you noted you wanted to make sure that some o
Bloomberg
Sep 15, 2014 8:00am EDT
company from china. an internet company that happens to be in china. >> for more on all things withba, we're joined now more. the boost in the share price range, what does that mean? >> on the roadshow, they have one week underneath their belts and they have enough interest to cover the entire demand and what a big demand they need. these are huge at the 300 plus million shares they need to get. they are looking to increase their price per share from 66 u.s. dollars to 70. a 6% increase according to people with knowledge of the matter. you can see a higher at close to the 10% boost. you can see the announcement being made after the close, after the market closes. alibaba would have to go in and amend the current filing with the fcc and they expect to do that later today after the market close. iposes could be the largest in history. how do we even compare alibaba to others? thend you take a look at high end of the range of 66 dollars per share. in artie could have been one for the record books. that's $70 range, we are talking 22 point $4 billion, the biggest ipo debut in history, fol
Bloomberg
Dec 9, 2013 8:00am EST
insane. balance -- alan greenspan does not even believe in it. >> neither does china central bank. >> they are about allen's age. that was the problem last week. china central bank said no way. baidu said no way. it plunged in one day. i could buy one in one hour. >> are you going to buy one? >> on the show. i have a guy. >> all legal and above board? right. we will look forward to that. you are buying one bitcoin? >> one bitcoin for $800. >> we will be back when he buys bitcoin. we have a great program ahead. scott from virginia is in the loop. we will talk about healthcare.gov. did he sign on for obamacare? and scandal -- what does this say for not -- nigella lawson? and also the toronto mayor, tom ford? we are just getting started on this monday morning. ♪ >> it is deadline day for members of congress. they need to enroll under obamacare by the end of the day, are they risk losing their government subsidy. is with us, and also peter cook has more on healthcare.gov. as lawmakers are asked to enroll, some are having trouble. including john boehner. >> they have had some problem
Bloomberg
Mar 10, 2014 8:00am EDT
china, the index of the country's biggest stocks hit a five-year low. the index fell three percent after reports showed an on its back the drop in exports. chinese exports fell 18% in february. analysts had forecast an increase. nine countries are trying to figure out what happened to the missing malaysian jetliner. large debris off of vietnam. they say fuel found in the water were from a ship and not an airplane. to trap -- two passengers traveled on stolen passports perdomo to bring in richard falkenrath who served as national security adviser under george w. bush and currency a fellow at the council on foreign relations. richard, you dealt with several incidences like this as well. what is your inclination, you got instinct? an act of terrorism? >> 50-50. very unusual for airplanes to catastrophically blow up in the middle of flight when they are at altitude but it is also unusual for them to be attacked by terrorists. inre's very little evidence the public domain. it looks like it could really go either way. >> what is alarming is these two individuals were able to travel on stolen p
Bloomberg
Dec 23, 2013 8:00am EST
mobile phone carrier of the world. both companies have been losing market share in china. retailers slash prices to attract shoppers. stores offered as much as 75% off. many were open around the clock. forecasted that holiday sales will rise by the smallest amount in 2009. hobbit" taking in almost $32 million. the debut of " anchorman 2" was second with 27 million. -- back inshington, washington, a deadline that it's not changing. the last day to enroll were coverage january 1. white house correspondent julianna goldman joins us now. how worried are the insurance companies about the numbers of those signing up today? >> insurers are concerned. they are concerned about instability and consumer confusion. aroundte house has said one million people have enrolled in the federal or state exchange, but they originally hoped for 3.3 million people in by the end of the year. they are falling short of the deadline. they have not released the demographic data. the concern is while the website is working on the front end, the issues are still on the back end and will end up with the risk pool
Bloomberg
Jan 28, 2014 8:00am EST
keep the eye on that ball and keep -- and need a product refresh badly. china will help that they have been losing share. if you look to the second quarter of 2012, they have a 10% share in china and that is now over five percent. >> maybe that was the most shocking members. the guidance suggests that maybe china mobile is not going as big as many of us predicted. >> there is a big prepaid sub base. get 15% of the postpaid business,, that could be more. >> i think it is important for china mobile and it will help them recover share in the region over time. china will not carry the company. it is a global company. i think tim cook needs to leverage the brand. it's not only one of the best- known brands in the world but it's an aspirational brand. if they come out with the right products that really resonate with people, the right new innovative products, they are right back in business. >> thank you very much. >> a lot of eyeballs on apple yesterday but today, people will be listening to president obama because he will try to reset his troubled second term with a state of the union addr
Bloomberg
Jul 22, 2014 8:00am EDT
deal with china. the reason they succeeded his poodles willing to go to lower prices than he had in the past. that was largely the pressure coming on him from the united states and a recognition he would lose customers in europe overtime. this pushes him east. this is where the administration has to walk a careful line. here.ant to weaken russia >> what kind of longer-term strategies politically? for the no good news united states. that is actively trying to court the chinese to join forces on this. i think that is the wrong strategy. i do not think the chinese will with the united states on. we should look at our energy and economic relations with china. >> thank you for your perspective. moving and shaking this hour, square capital management founder and ceo bill ackerman. in an event in new york today, he will unveil in new york. he vowed yesterday to show enron fraud.d -- >> we spent the last year was undercover investigators in participatingries and trying to figure out how nutrition clubs work. we have hundreds of hours of recorded conversation, stuff we have not yet turned ov
Bloomberg
Jan 12, 2015 8:00am EST
senior official to the unity rally i want to bring in the former u.s. ambassador to china don huntsman. -- jon huntsman. i know you have been working really hard to bridge the partisan divide. it got nowhere closer even yesterday. republicans criticize the president and said only the french ambassador was at the rally. what do you think? >> it is a pleasure to be with you. france is a divided country. the fact that they had this unity rally is a very positive thing. we had three options. the president, vice president, or secretary of state. i think it was a big mistake. underlying diplomacy is the coordination aspect. the kind of work being done in the counterterror agenda and making sure that we are all on the same page, as it relates to people who seek to do us harm in the west. much of that will never be known to the public, that work. >> it rightly has to stay private. in your view, has the president made the right step not just in relation to this, but the right steps on intelligence gathering foreign policy, on relations with foreign leaders? i know you have noted that h
Bloomberg
Mar 26, 2015 8:00am EDT
-in program in china. the offer helps iphone sales in the u.s.. customers in china will get credit when they bring in an older iphone and buy a new one. the offer will start in china by the end of the month. they will buy and resell the older phones. lulu lemon getting a boost. the yoga wear maker posted fourth-quarter results that topped forecasts. holiday season shopping helped the results. oversized sweaters and puffy coats were hot sellers during the cold winter. everything from ornate furniture to purses and even english silver glass bottles among the hundreds of items from oprah winfrey's former chicago apartment. get your piece of opera. speaking about the world's richest like opera, one new for my wall street looking to capitalize on the trillions in global wealth, making investments as impactful as they are profitable. that remarkable story is next. ♪ betty: are getting more headlines up the germanwings plane crash. the press conference is just wrapping up with the french prosecutor. scarlet: let's start with the latest headlines from the news conference. the french pros
Bloomberg
Feb 10, 2015 8:00am EST
. -- india prime minister. china's richest man has bought this was marketing company -- the swiss marketing company paying $1.2 billion for 58%. that will be lucrative. we will have an update at 45 minutes past the hour. it is known for that international buyers have been snapping up luxury apartments in new york city as investment properties. for the locals, york's status -- new york's status as a safe haven comes at a price. they are driving up prices in a city they have no intention of living in. those locals could be right. shell companies are buying the most extensive real estate in manhattan. 69% of residences are owned by shell companies. the own 77% of the condos -- mort zuckerman is the chairman of boston properties. do you believe those statistics? >> i have no reason not to believe them. new york is the world's most favorite cosmopolitan center. a lot of companies and individuals want to have a safe haven if they -- >> they want to park their money. >> the value has gone up. it makes perfect sense to me. i think we should welcome that. i don't have any problem with it.
Bloomberg
Feb 3, 2015 8:00am EST
customers and 10 million businesses outside of china. european stocks went soaring today and saw greek bonds rally. weighing on stocks is chancellor angela merkel are expect negotiations with greece to drag on. it is prepared to play a waiting game until april or may. what is she going to forgive in greece? the top court has rejected claims of genocide by serbia and croatia and the yugoslav wars of the 1990's. both sides alleged each had committed genocide on the other. no appeal is possible on the verdict. that is the latest world news. another update at 45 minutes past the hour. it is the end of an era possibly for bruce berkowitz. it was five years ago that morningstar named him domestic fund manager of the decade for his performance. since then, he has to explain why in a conference call. his nearly eight in dollar fund has had the worst risk adjusted return of any large diversified equity fund in the last five years. like other investors berkowitz has gone from star performer to struggling manager after big bets. joining us is thomas michaud ceo of keith bruins and woods. good to
Bloomberg
Dec 31, 2014 7:00am EST
individual is responsible. the best-performing stock market this year was china. the shanghai composite rose 2% to finish the year of 350%. china has now surpassed japan as the world's second-largest equity market. and if you wanted to be among the first in the world to ring in the new year, new zealand is where you should have been. it is already 2015 in auckland. the year seems to be going great so far. fireworks exploded over the cities sky tower just about an hour ago. >> let's have a look at some of the stories that keep our interest is morning. -- this morning. >> what is on my mind is politics. come next month, which is only a few days away, congress will be in session and there is a lot on the mind of the republicans now control of the chambers. there is a lot of the mind of the president as well. what is he going to do? he has nothing to lose now, no reelection to think about. there are five things he's going to do to mess with republicans. you can see on the list keystone, campaign finance, climate change, pardons, and possibly a nuclear deal with iran. i think keystone will b
Bloomberg
Feb 17, 2015 8:00am EST
pause. can the fed raise interest rates with greece on fire. china is facing slow demand. >> i don't think they will raise interest rates as long as president obama is president. we are still dropping rates all over the world. we are not doing that well. maybe the europeans are doing worse than us. it does not mean we are doing well. i don't see interest rates going up. i have spoken to a lot of republicans. republicans feel that the right thing to do is trend up. >> are they saying that the fed is politicized? >> nobody wants to think that. but it is a presidential appointment and when the new president is in and the fed chairman looks like my term is up in two years i better go with the trend. it is not supposed to be politicized, but it is more so than not. >> we will talk more about that in a moment. john catsimatidis. we are going to dive into politics and the energy business. moving and shaking this hour. derek jeter has earned over $400 million from salary and endorsements. now, the five-time world series champion is investing his own money to become a major figure in the busi
Bloomberg
Feb 7, 2014 8:00am EST
growth opportunities that they want to go for. the first big china, where they do not have a localized version of their business. that is something you will see in 2014 but we think it will be a joint venture. ium business sector, right now there in the sweet spot of working with employers. sales sector. >> going after blue-collar workers? init is not necessarily their sweet spot historically, but it is one of their initiatives to broaden their user base out of a and i think the stock -- >> that sounds like grasping for traws for new growth. >> i think what the stock shows you that going into the earnings it was priced for perfection, because it has had such a great run since the ipo. it came in a little bit lower than expected when that is what we're seeing is a reaction. >> when you think of this china , they going into this new market? >> it is a great move. in terms of internet ad spending, would track the data very closely. -- we track the data very closely. they're trying to get a meaningful presence, google is most notable for the challenges they have had in china. we think abou
Bloomberg
May 15, 2014 8:00am EDT
on "in the loop." ♪ >> time for the outlook. computer will be released in china as the company tries to compete with apple and samsung. the announcement was made at a conference in beijing. late at night. tell us about the details of this event and this tablet that going to compete with the big guys. >> bloomberg reporters are 24/7. always that beckon call. when news is breaking. beck and call when news is breaking. the ipad is a global marketer. itsmi wants to leverage cellular. they rose to number three in the china market behind samsung >> novo, selling about 11 million smartphones. they broke into the top 10 globally, supplanting blackberry. you can see the crash of people lining up to the event today. ,he founder took the stage launching this first tablet, the mi pad, on par with the ipad many in size and specs, but half the price. let's hear from him. we want to make the best android tablet out there. i hope our efforts will put some pressure on apple and prove that not all android tablets are being hidden away in drawers. tablet thatake a everyone likes to use. adopting the st
Bloomberg
Dec 26, 2013 8:00am EST
in china this year. softbank wants to take a majority stake in t-mobile this spring. a lot more going on in telecom. we are standing by to bring you the latest read on the economy. julie hyman will have a breakdown of those numbers. alix steel is watching corn and how washington will determine the fate of farmers. chief washington correspondent peter cook watching the president's decision to nominate max baucus as his next ambassador to china. you on thatwith story. will it have an impact beyond china if he decides to nominate max baucus? >> he is nominating max baucus. we know that. this is a big deal in china given max baucus' ideas about china. on as a collateral impact whole host of issues. max baucus has been the point person in the senate try to push through an overhaul of the tax code. he announced he was not running for reelection in 2014. it was always going to be a heavy left. now his nomination all but kills that effort. some democrats are thrilled with this. they were a little nervous that max baucus was too eager to cut a deal with republicans. replaces max baucus a
Bloomberg
Jan 6, 2014 8:00am EST
lower in china. five-month low. appointing manufacturing data is raising old fears of a slowdown in china once again. sells skiing and broke her pelvis and canceled everything for the next three weeks. i am not sure how that happens. downhill skiing, i am with you. think about the market this year and what people have are you going to repeat and s&p 30% return on the year. the mortgages did so well last year, many took money out of mortgages. so what will happen this year? >> after a year like that you do not repeat that. the guys as strategic research, he went back and since 1950, they look at all the years when there 25% and you typically get a return on average the following year of 11.5%. it will not be 30 but it is an up year. >> only about 11% when the year >> market was up here it only 16 hedge funds outperformed the s&p. they have a lot to do this year. >> maybe they make it up with some of the deals. talk deals we have got to about this morning. liberty media. we effectively learned friday it is making a bid for the portion of serious xm satellite it does not already own. t
Bloomberg
Jan 7, 2014 8:00am EST
will be one, named after the dynasty china brought together. using a name like that can draw some of the challenges. do americans want to buy a ?hinese car for its own sake it seems like kind of a stretch but it is possible. they will have to really stand out to break into a competitive field and have fantastic cars. >> yes. it is a little bit confounding. ae americans really ready for fully chinese made car? >> there has been some talk, the chinese automaker, could make logos in china and that has possibility because volvo is a well-known brand turreted the engineering is strong, they have always had and quality. bringing a new brand, tesla was able to come out as a new brand but that was a beautiful car that performed extremely well. it is a whole different ballgame trying to bring a chinese ran as a new entry. it will be a real challenge. >> will they try to use the buffett name? >> they have not said that. it would almost make sense. you might have a better chance coming in as buffett motors. they seem committed to build your dreams. they are supposed to be luxury like. they are
Bloomberg
Oct 29, 2014 8:00am EDT
japan or china , if theing markets world is affecting the u.s. that makes inflation much worse than the fed is expecting, they have already said that the decision is dependent, went to lift off and how fast. it is not unconditional. >> i know you have written there is ae you say risk that the fed is focused too much on low-inflation. >> there has been some controversy in recent weeks. the st. louis president came out and said that maybe the fed should keep buying assets or be prepared to increase asset purchases. that does not look likely at this point. >> it seems like that choppiness that we had -- >> it bounced right back. that is a testament to some of the other people who have been saying, we have been saying, we have to see a real trend established a four we take further action. ben bernanke made his name. make yellen is going to her name on how she pulls the world out of unconventional monetary policy and back to conventional monetary policy. >> would you agree with that? >> yes, the key thing for janet yellen is managing the exit from unconventional monetary policy, quantita
Bloomberg
Jan 29, 2014 8:00am EST
about alibaba and e- commerce overall in china. alibaba, the valuation associated with the ipo, it continues to be the driving force. >> exactly. when people look at the price, they say mercer mayer turned around the company. the results, you do not see it. what we really see is dan lothian particular finding a way , followingf alibaba the -- finding a way to make that work as well. a good jobpany did returning proceeds to shareholders and making acquisitions. from that perspective they have done a good job. aght now, the stock is almost complete that on the value of the ipo. yet.al improvement mercer myers said it was a multiyear turnaround. >> let me turn to facebook. i have not updated my model yet. to facebook to be reported, what kind of trend? >> mobile advertising. for facebook, it is a mobile service. 75% of monthly users are mobile users. investors have focused on the fact of how fast they can convert those users into revenue producing users. the method we are looking at is mobile revenues. >> two quarters ago, it did not give the for the ipo. 0253 or 54% this quarter. tha
Bloomberg
Jan 14, 2015 8:00am EST
its regions. south america even in the face of the continuing crisis europe, and china, even as it slows down a little bit. it is looking for general motors. >> it was not looking, interesting enough, the speech out for elon musk and the q&a after talk about it. he said i do not see any profitability in the company until about five years from now there is part of what was said yesterday, we have some sound and that beach. -- that speech. >> we probably aim to do more than that. by 2020, 500,000. but i think we will continue past that. >> do people still believe him? >> most people take whatever elon musk says with a few large grains of salt. they were supposed to have the model x out already and we're still waiting to see when that will drop. yesterday, he said he had a problem with actuality. he over promises and under delivers there it that is pretty much his track record. he has a luxury product that everybody loves there it is industry is headed toward luxury. general motors will talk to investors today and they they they will expect growth in the luxury space over the next few
Bloomberg
Mar 11, 2014 8:00am EDT
he is going after their operations in china. up money.c is coming can they wrap its way to the top of the streaming music industry? stay "in the loop." ♪ raise one hundred million dollars in a second round of financing. we have more on them. they're using this money to expand? >> they are a young company. they're looking to make a big splash. they spent a lot of money on a marketing. then a super bowl spot. if you look at the business model, it is not a cheap business model to run. this is an on demand streaming site. if you put in a sauna, you get that song played. it is on the radio services out there like pandora where you put in a song and it uses that input to give you songs like it. but not that actual song. to deliverto be able that on-demand music, that is more expensive right to negotiate out of the record companies. not to mention the fact that humans behind the curated playlist and not just computerized. they have a more expensive business model. there are more costs upfront. there are not ad-based. if you're buying off a subscription, you had better be delivering the
Bloomberg
Dec 29, 2014 7:00am EST
china's biggest smartphone seller. it is now valued at four times as much as it was last year. >> at sign we spoke to marc faber -- last time we spoke to marc faber he said the drop in oil was a bearish sign for the economy. >> maybe the ukraine oil crisis tells you that the global economy is not recovering as all the bullish analysts think. >> you are watching a special edition of "in the loop" live on bloomberg television streaming on mobile and bloomberg.com. i am here with brendan greeley and erik schatzker. >> morning. >> morning! >> morning to you. >> china's biggest smartphone seller has raised more than $1 billion in a round of dancing. it is -- round of financing. it is valued at 45 billion dollars. china is escalating its ban on google, blocking access to gmail through third-party applications. the internet regulator is not saying why. china has already blocked google's search and map functions. the last of the " hobbit" trilogy was a big winner at the box office over the weekend. it took in $45 million and killed a lot of orcs. >> did you have to go and see it with your ki
Bloomberg
Jun 25, 2014 8:00am EDT
very strong. explorers sold out. hereone we make we sell and in china. the edge has done well. not just here, we shipped to china. we think they segment is right for new technology and also moving upscale the we have a titanium model. >> how successful do you think it is going to be in china? you ran the asian operations for for for a long time. this car sold 130,000 in the u.s. last year, what about internationally? years in alast three row, china has been asking for more every year. everyone we have given them, we have sold. it has continued to do well. we had some dealers from china from beijing over here a couple weeks ago. they told me they love to the edge, especially the five passenger version. we see strong segmentation here, we are one of the leaders in the industry in this segment. we defined it with this car in 2006. we are excited. it, am excited to drive especially in the yellow color. looking forward to driving the new f150. full disclosure, i have the old one. morgan stanley said the changeover is becoming very costly. what do you say to that? how is that going? you
Bloomberg
Jan 15, 2014 8:00am EST
and. -- one hand. >> we are watching apple. china mobile is offering a free iphone with the most expensive data plan and it is subsidizing the phone if you get the basic plan. part of the reason the child -- the iphone was not selling was because it was too expensive. what kind of revenue opportunity does that unlock in a company that is eating up all of the smart phones out there? a huge opportunity. that was the differentiating factor, the idea that the phone was so expensive. it is something. >> i think there is a lot of demand and this will only in the state. >> jack, do you have an iphone? i have an iphone. >> to have multiple phones or gadgets? >> do you still use the blackberry? >> i had been using the keypad blackberry, and now i have almost the tablet version. they have the virtual keyboard better than anyone. >> you are canadian, don't you have to buy a blackberry? amks when you in rome, i doing as the romans do, i'm quite happy with a iphone or samsung, but i want to give these guys a shot. >> i think the big story is t- mobile and verizon. that work could be destructi
Bloomberg
May 1, 2014 8:00am EDT
. >> this is china, right? >> as we think about quaker in the u.s. we think of oatmeal but if you go across the world you see consumers wanted in their culturally relevant form. coconut,ove -- in local dates and in the form of konji. >> you have something for me to try? what is -- >> as we think about western tastes and asian tastes, it here are real medleys. ready --add milk or water. this is a u.s. taste. all used to.are whether you are in new york. to parts of shanghai in china -- this is the same oatmeal. >> what i usually need to have in the morning. >> and it is good for you. >> it is different. >> it has local berries, a much more savory taste. when you think about farm stand -- do something for you to try. strawberry banana mix. like a chinese customized version with inclusions. a very different taste profile. >> i am always so fascinated about how people's tastes are different around the world. thank you so much for joining us this morning. she's scientific author -- he is the chief scientific officer at pepsico. olivia, i will throw back to you with more headlines. >> lober
Bloomberg
Apr 16, 2014 8:00am EDT
andnorth american the car is being exported to some asian markets, not just china. >> you have another factory in hina? any plans to build more factories around here? >> no, it is pretty much set up from the locations. we have more opportunity to grow the business there. >> what about the luxury side of the spectrum? will we see that again? >> we plan to bring it back somewhere in 2019. >> far off in the future. any chance we will get a pickup truck? i have seen one from bolts lagging when i am over in europe and people talk about it all the here. class we built it in argentina. i checked our plans over there. even in hanover. it is much smaller than the f1 50. the technology and the engineering is a little too expensive from our point of view in the u.s. markets. here -- wesegment would really need to do something different. >> what will you do differently, speaking of that, from what full slag and has been doing in the past, what will you change as you come in here, as the new guy in america? >> first of all, we will be close to the dealer network. that is very important. win
Bloomberg
Feb 12, 2014 8:00am EST
yesterday. we had news from overseas that export data out of china that rose more than forecast. we will be back again "on the markets" in 30 minutes. >> these are the only trades you need to know about today. julie hyman joins in. reportingis deere, first-quarter earnings above analyst estimates. the company says it sees an increase in sales in its construction in for a street equipment segment and profit forecast was better than estimated. cross.er nine is there was a meeting with management in asia. crocs near-term trends are improving and they see limited downside. it raised its price target to $20 per share. >> number eight is green mountain coffee roasters which is falling after the company was sued by treehouse foods. it claims it monopolized the market. we should mention that shares of green mountain have rallied for the last six sessions. >> at number seven is dish network. charlie ergun is pressuring the mexican government to retransmit broadcasts. dish has been carrying channels on by other networks since september and broadcasters says this does not have regulatory permission
Bloomberg
May 1, 2015 8:00am EDT
one after taking in millions overseas. that, by the way, does not include china. it kicks off a record summer for hollywood and will generate massive dividends for disney's marvel studio. always a lot of testosterone during the summer months, guys. by all accounts, this weekend, since you are the box office guy, it is going to break records. >> i definitely think it is going to break records. the first "avengers" is the third highest grossing movie of all-time. "furious 7" is the fourth. how fast is it going to make $1 billion? betty: tiffany a $1 billion movie? -- definitely a $1 billion movie? erik: it has got to have $1,000,000,005 to get there. betty: when does it give you in china? erik: "furious 7" is the highest grossing movie in china's history. betty: it is on a roll. this is insanity for disney? >> they bought the marvel company several years ago after buying pixar. it has added -- tremendous. they have had hit after hit aft er hit. this one we are talking about $1,005,000,000 for the first installment. this might do $2 million globally. betty: i was looking at where d
Bloomberg
Mar 13, 2014 8:00am EDT
. yields have been falling all this week. earlier this morning as well on concern about china's growing economy. overnight we got data from china that shows industrial output in a retail sales, fixed asset rose but it signaled a slowdown from what economists were looking for. taking a look at gold prices. gold is already lower before the 8:30 number and extended its loss a bit, trading lower. keep in mind, when you look at the longer term chart of gold, just to go but six months, it is still treading around its highest since early september. gold for the year 2014 is up 14%. one individual stock where watching this morning is general electric. it filed an ipo of its north american finance. register to sell $100 million of shares in any offering an expected to be completed by the end of the year. the firstenergy is taking toward paring down its assets in the retail finance divinity -- the first step it is taking toward paring down its assets in the retail finance sector. it's a victory for the lack man in his fight with herbalife. stay "in the loop." ♪ >> we are about 30 minute
Bloomberg
Aug 5, 2014 8:00am EDT
, when china and africa had a summit, $20 billion with the number. one of the things we are hearing on the sidelines is africa is a of the u.s.s ahead when it comes to investing in china. >> the price tag continues to go up. what about ghana? >> this it's to the core of the governance problem. they have a debt they cannot handle and they have asked for an imf assistance project, but it gets to the core of return on investment in africa. if investors cannot be guaranteed that these countries will be governed properly, the investment will dry up. another sideline conversation is what is being done to combat corruption, being done to ensure good governance, transparency. -- hanse nichols nichols, thank you. hans nichols in washington. hour, and shaking this billionaire entrepreneur elon musk. .ell, he is looking for a site he has found a site for another part of his business, with his spacex building a commercial texas.ad in florida, georgia, and puerto rico also competed for the site. inn musk founded spacex 2002. texas says the brownsville facility will create 300 jobs and inject $85
Bloomberg
May 14, 2014 8:00am EDT
owns the lucky brands reaffirmed its adjusted fiscal year guidance. won a big contract in china. chinese regulators said in february they will loosen the rules to encourage budget airlines. there'll be a big gap in wall street bonuses this year. bonuses paid for asset managers is expected to rise by 10% while fixed income traders could see a 15% cut according to johnson associates. johnson says this represents a sea change, noticing that the largest pay check will no longer come from wall street's big banks. is filled with consolidation. everyone wants to win with original content, and even radio is saying a renaissance. for analysis, we spoke to a number of tech and media insiders. >> these are different technologies, and they do not necessarily -- the only ones that are synergistic are cable, internet, and landline phones. delicately all our separate. they will be buying a different technology that is not synergistic with what they have. they will operate two technologies, very expensive. >> i really believe that if you look at it over time the pipes of delivering content, eve
Bloomberg
Dec 10, 2013 8:00am EST
taking a pause after another record close yesterday. next data point out of china overnight. stronger retail sales. in the past hour s&p futures picked up a little bit of steam to the downside. in an investor conference, brian moynihan, singing the economy still not very strong. markets are waiting on more news about the volker rural. le. >> that is right. waiting for that news. counting down to the open with a top 10, the only trades you need to know about today. alix steel joins us. starting with number 10, teva pharmaceuticals. warning that analyst -- earnings will miss analyst estimates. brings in more than half of the prophet. >> number nine, texas instruments. narrowing in the fourth quarter, right in line with the guidance was. the company gave a warning in the third-quarter results. texas instruments dealing with uneven demand but improvements in automotive and industrial. this could be the first quarter in more than two years they do not see falling sales. steepled nicholas racing shares of the mobile oncology company to buy fro buy from hol. ifel nicholas. '>> numb
Bloomberg
Mar 17, 2015 8:00am EDT
revive an economy the set by four years of slowing growth. china's benchmark measure extended and will revise growth. 's 1.6 percent overnight. those are your top stories. american airlines is joining the s&p 500. they will be added after the close of trading on friday. matt miller is in washington. matt? matt: the s&p 500 a bonus. the reason we are gathered with is because you have formed a coalition to compete with airlines that you say get unfair subsidies. >> we are working together to ask our government to investigate, to have consultations with the governments of the uae about what we presented them, over $40 billion in subsidies that make the plane -- that make this playing field more level. it is not good for the united states, it is not good for u.s. jobs, something we think we should have consultations about. matt: every round-trip route that american airlines lose to these gulf airlines loses america about 800 jobs. how would you turn that around? doug: american airlines would like to fly to india, but given how low the fares are because of the subsidized flights that f
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Mar 10, 2015 8:00am EDT
china apple things china is a big market for them. people see a watch as stored value. it is worth more tomorrow then when you purchased it. with the recent problems of the swiss franc and the euro luxury watch brands had to announce price decreases. which consumers hate. you buy a watch on monday and the brand announces tuesday that prices are going down 5%, your asset is devalued overnight. betty: scott galloway staying with me. we will be back on amazon. ♪ betty: you are watching "in the loop." good morning. let's cut to the chase because nyu's cap galloway likes to do that. jeff bezos is a genius ceo. a guy who wants to fly to mars one-day. he's also doomed, according to scott, if you continues his -- if he continues his or play -- pure play retail market. laying out this case, why you say it is doomed. scott: the consumer wants a great multichannel experience. they want products available online but also want to be able to go into these flexible warehouses called stores. stores are still a great shopping experience. transportation costs up 40% year on year. that is not susta
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