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Apr 13, 2010 12:30am EDT
president hu jintao focus on the tensions surrounding the u.s.-china trade relationship and china's currency. >> tom: we talk with two china experts, and hear from a chinese factory owner about what currency changes would mean for him. you're watching "nightly business report" for monday, april 12. this is "nightly business report" with susie gharib and tom hudson. "nightly business report" is made possible by: this program was made possible by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. captioning sponsored by wpbt >> susie: good evening, everyone. president obama kicked off a two-day summit in washington with world leaders on nuclear security. >> tom: susie, there's been a lot of anticipation about that one-on-one between obama and hu, and how they will work through tensions between the two countries. >> susie: high on the agenda: trade issues and getting china to loosen its hold on its currency, the yuan. the u.s. has been working behind the scenes to get china to raise the value of the yuan against the u.s. dollar. joining us now to talk more about u.s./c
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Aug 11, 2015 6:30pm PDT
report" with tyler mathisen and sue herera. >> surprise move. china devalues its currency causing concerns in markets around the globe that the world's second largest economy is in worse shape than many think. >>> old crime, new twist. the world of hacking is entering a new front and it exposes a vulnerability within the financial world. >>> little known benefit. why thousands of young children qualify to collect their own social security checks. all that and more tonight on "nightly business report" for this tuesday, august the 11th. >>> and good evening, everybody. i'm bill griffeth in tonight for tyler mathisen. >> i'm sue herera. if china was looking to jolt the global markets, it certainly succeeded. in a surprise move, the world's second largest economy devalued its currency by nearly 2% against the u.s. dollar. its largest devalue situation in 20 years. a weaker yuan would make china's goods more affordable to foreign buyers so it's being interpreted that china's economy is in jeopardy of a deeper slow down which sent stocks tumbling. the dow jones fell to 17,402. nasdaq dr
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Nov 14, 2016 6:30pm PST
china punish companies like apple and boeing if donald trump follows through on some of his campaign promises? >> bond market rout. prices fall. and fresh money pushes the dow to yet another record. what's next for your fixed income portfolio? >>> bitter fight. why tensions are rising in north dakota over a major pipeline project. those stories and more tonight on "nightly business report" for monday, november 14th. >>> good evening, everyone, and welcome. the dow sets yet another record, but we begin tonight with china's warning shot. the world's second largest economy said president-elect donald trump would be naive to launch an all-out trade war against china. an op-ed in the chinese-backed newspaper, "the global times" said any new tariffs would trigger immediate counter measures from beijing. this comes in response to donald trump repeatedly saying on the campaign trail that the u.s. would punish beijing with high import tariffs in response to what he considers unfair trade practices. he also wants to brand china a currency manipulator. the stakes, of course, could not be higher
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Mar 13, 2014 6:30pm PDT
the market to more selling? >>> the china factor. what's really going on inside the world's second largest economy in how much is it slowing and what does it mean for markets across the globe? >>> power outage. the nation's entire electrical grid could be blacked out for months with just one small-scale attack. in the wake of this new report, how safe are our utilities? all that and more tonight on "nightly business report" for thursday, march 13th. >>> good evening, everyone. a massive and surprise selloff in the markets today. the worst day on wall street in more than five weeks. but it didn't start out that way. the major averages actually began the day higher after first-time jobless claims fell by 9,000 last week dropping to a three-month low. retail sales in february were better than expected with americans buying more cars, clothes and furniture. but investors got spooked over developments in the ukraine, china and the euro zoen. the dow tumbled 231 points, nasdaq lost nearly 63, and the s&p was down 21 points. bob pasani has more from the new york stock exchange on today's
WETA
Jun 21, 2010 6:30pm EDT
>> you just can't view this solely in the context of what the impact is going to be between china and the u.s. it's going to be the impact between china and the rest of the world. >> susie: a change of heart for china, it will now allow more flexibility in its exchange rate. >> tom: what it means for products made in china, or if your company does business there. you're watching "nightly business report" for monday, june 21. this is "nightly business report" with susie gharib and tom hudson. "nightly business report" is made possible by: this program is made possible by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. captioning sponsored by wpbt >> susie: good evening, everyone. china's currency was the big topic for american businesses and investors today. tom, the chinese yuan saw its largest single-day move in the last five years. the rally came after china made the surprise announcement over the weekend that it would allow the markets to set the yuan's value instead of a formal peg to the u.s. dollar. >> tom: susie, stocks rallied on the news this morning w
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Apr 18, 2013 6:30pm PDT
missed projections drag down the major indexes. >> china's chief labor -- well, at least that was the case -- but as costs rise, are some u.s. manufacturers thinking about pulling out? all that and more tonight on the "nightly business report" for this thursday, april the 18th. good evening, everybody, and welcome. i'm bill griffeth in this week for tyler mathisen. suzy, it's clear that technology is going to set the tone for tomorrow, don't you think? >> three big tech names in the news tonight, google, microsoft and ibm. three huge technology companies all reporting latest quarterly earnings after the bell tonight with mixed results. the results are important given new concerns about slowing global economic growth. and a sharp decline in the sales of personal computers this year. the report set up a flurry of activity in after-hours trading as the direction of all three companies will impact countless other tech suppliers and component makers on friday. and since ibm is the most heavily weighted stock in the dow, investors will keep close watch on big blue shares tomorrow. microsoft
WETA
Feb 17, 2011 12:30am EST
double down? sam asks more trouble ahead? this was a china nepstar drugstore. you liked it back on january 5 of this year. and it has been moving lower. do you still like it? >> with a dividend in the area of 5%, you're being paid to wait. and china has 129 billion dollar health care reform package, and part of that is medication, and to try to pry the consumer in china, instead off the the hospital for their medications and their drugs, to drug stores. china nepstar npd is the wall greens rite aid of china, and remember all the chinese stocks pulled back. it's a great opportunity to buy some china companies that are under valued now. >> tom: so you're still holding npd? >> yes. >> tom: eric writes, i never try to miss your appearance as on n. b. r.. other than hugh man, a i haven't noticed health insurers covering trans1 spinal treatment. near-term price target? you liked it back on january 13 when it was trading at 2.82, tonight at 3.406789 it's had a nice rally. >> well, trans1 could rally a lot more, because only one of the major insurers has stepped up and said i'm going to re
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Jul 8, 2015 6:30pm PDT
losses as china's shares plunge again and greece's debt debacle rolls on. >> a growing number of american workers are quietly kidnapped oversea every year. the business of ransom we show what it is like to be taken hostage. all that and more tonight on "nightly business report" for wednesday, july 8th. good evening. i'm tyler mathisen. >> coming to you from the new york stock exchange. something happen today that has happened only a few times before. trading stopped for nearly four hours and it came at a time when events in greece and sharp declines in china already have investors on edge. while there was no activity here at the nyse, stocks were able to trade on other exchanges. the nyse made it clear wasn't a cyber breach but rather a technical problem that caused the suspension of trading. and the department of homeland security confirmed, there was no sign of malicious activity. bob has more on what it was like at the big board when trading came to a screeching halt. >> what started as a day concerned about greece and china turned into a waiting game, waiting for the nyse flo
WETA
Jan 21, 2011 1:00am EST
, and the rising cost of fruits and veggies. >> tom: china's president hu jintao met with u.s. lawmakers today, talking currency, trade and human rights. the meetings came while china reported its economy picked up more steam at the end of last year, and more inflation. china's economy grew by 9.8% in the fourth quarter. but inflation also jumped, up 4.6% in december compared to a year earlier. the promise of china has attracted lots of attention from u.s. investors. how best to invest in the dragon economy? don straszheim is senior managing director with the i.s.i. group. jeff papp is a senior analyst at oberweis asset management. jeff papp with us. welcome both to nbr. you want to start with you, does china carry more inherent risk for u.s. investors than other foreign markets? >> tom, right now china's economy is a little too hot. inflation is risinging too much, and they're raising interest rates, not very good in the short run for equities am but longer term it's goinging to remain the fastest growing economy in the world for i i think many years to come. and it inherentl
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Sep 1, 2015 7:00pm PDT
pummeled to the tune of about 3% today as a new month did little to quell concerns about china and the federal reserve. you know that story. let's take a look at the damage. the dow industrials fell 469 points to 16,058. nasdaq shed 140 and the s&p 500 gave back 58. it's the worst start to a september in 13 years. bob pisani has more on today's selloff. >> we fell 2% in the open and we stayed down. you can blame it on china's pour manufacturing numbers if you want, but the number was this line with consensus. the whole market was down roughly 3%.this line with conse. the whole market was down roughly 3%.want, but the number line with consensus. the whole market was down roughly 3%. industrials down 2% to 3%. commodity names all have international exposure. but telecom and utilities? they were all down 2% or 3% as well. they don't sell to china. and how about the regional banks? they're all down 3% or are more as well. sun trust doesn't have business in china. there is degrossing going on, where traders are taking down overall exposure. the fed is part of this. some argue the fed should
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Sep 22, 2015 7:00pm PDT
president. the pontiff and the head of the people's republic of china arrive in the united states for the start of two very important state visits. >> scandal widens. millions more volkswagen vehicles evaded emission regulations as costs to the company mount. >> and right prescription. how one presidential hopeful plans to take on a powerful industry. all that and more tonight on "nightly business report" for tuesday, september 22nd. >> a rough day on wall street. more coming up in a moment. but we begin tonight with the two moment to us state visits both of which began today. pope francis arrived in our nation's capital for his first ever trip to the united states. he then heads to new york and philadelphia, and at some point, could discuss a topic he's touched on before, namely, capitalism's flaws. in washington state, the president of china began a nearly week long trip. his first state visit to america as the leader of that country. in addition to meeting with president obama, he will be talking with a who's who have american ceos at a time when tensions between china and some industr
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Sep 20, 2012 4:30pm PDT
>> this is n.b.r. >> tom: good evening. i'm tom hudson. from china and japan to europe, fresh signs of slowing economies raise new worries about global growth. >> susie: i'm susie gharib. the american government borrows billions from china, is it a threat or smart business? we continue our focus on the national debt. >> tom: and on capitol hill, new questions about the role of high frequency trading and u.s. markets. >> susie: that and more tonight on "n.b.r."! >> tom: there was more evidence today of the struggling global economy. stocks around the globe sank on weak japanese trade figures, as well as a drop in chinese manufacturing activity for the eleventh straight month. the news here wasn't better. the conference board's index of leading economic indicators edged down a 0.1% in august, suggesting growth will stay sluggish in the second half. so, it's no surprise that the international monetary fund announced today it plans to cut its global growth forecast by a few decimal points when it releases its report next month. the i.m.f.'s currently forecast calls for growth of 3.5% th
WETA
Jan 19, 2011 12:30am EST
, china. china's hu jintao landed in washington today to begin a state visit focused on security and economic issues. as darren gersh reports, the visit is also a reminder of china's increasingly important role on the global economic stage. >> reporter: the man shaking hands with vice president biden has every reason to be confident as he begins his state visit to the united states. china's president hu jintao represents a country that came out of the financial crisis even stronger. the chinese economy is generating close to half a trillion dollars a year in foreign reserves. at the brookings institution, economist eswar prasad says china's cash has found its way in loans to resource rich countries in africa and south america. >> they are willing to pour money into certain economies without worrying too much about the governance or policies of those countries. and this gives them enormous leverage in their relationships with those countries, which in turn are willing to support china's policies. >> reporter: china has also set its economic sights higher, aiming to take the lead in in
WETA
Jan 19, 2011 6:30pm EST
>> tom: pomp and circumstance, and lots of deals. president obama meets with china's president hu announcing billions of dollars in trade. >> at a time when some doubt the benefits of cooperation between the united states and china, this visit is also a chance to demonstrate a simple truth. we have an enormous stake in each other's success. >> susie: included in those deals? china's aggressive push into the aviation industry. you're watching "nightly business report" for wednesday, january 19. this is "nightly business report" with susie gharib and tom hudson. "nightly business report" is made possible by: this program is made possible by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. captiong sponsored by wpbt >> tom: good evening and thanks for joining us. push and pull in washington tonight, as president obama hosts chinese president hu jintao on his official state visit. while obama called on china to respect human rights, susie. he also welcomed that nation's rise as a global economic power. >> susie: tom, the prickly issue of china's currency also came up. presiden
WETA
Feb 12, 2010 6:30pm EST
captioning sponsored by wpbt >> susie: fresh worries about china's economy. new restrictions on chinese banks thousands of miles away leads to an early sell off on wall street. >> tom: could the attempt to cool china's red hot recovery choke off a global comeback. you're watching "nightly business report" for friday, february 12. this is "nightly business report" with susie gharib and tom hudson. "nightly business report" is made possible by: this program was made possible by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. >> tom: good evening, everyone. belt tightening in china put the squeeze on wall street today. china's central bank moved to cool off its red-hot growth by pulling back on lending. >> susie: the early reaction here in the u.s. was sharp and swift selling with the dow off well over a hundred points in the early going. but a late rally helped stocks cut their losses. the dow ended down just 45 points, while the nasdaq managed to turn positive and the s&p 500 lost only three points. >> tom: susie, for the second time in just over a month, chin
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Sep 23, 2010 6:30pm PDT
>> tom: president obama tells china's leader he's disappointed there hasn't been a bigger move in china's currency. >> we have to be careful that we aren't just setting a spiral where everybody seeks to close their markets. >> susie: that's u.s. trade rep ron kirk. he joins us for an exclusive interview about our trade issues with china. you're watching "nightly business report" for thursday, september 23. this is "nightly business report" with susie gharib and tom hudson. "nightly business report" is made possible by: this program is made possible by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. captioning sponsored by wpbt >> tom: good evening and thanks for joining us. president obama today met with china's premier in new york city, and, susie the leaders of the world's two biggest economies pledged to work together on boosting the global recovery. >> susie: but tom, in their public remarks, the men didn't talk about china's undervalued currency. instead, that's said to have topped the agenda for their private meeting. the issue-- keeping china's currency
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Feb 3, 2016 6:30pm PST
"nightly business report," in new york. >>> growth in china has been an overarching concern for investors, and today the chinese government said the world's second largest economy would expand between 6.5% and 7% this year. the new target comes as policymakers in that country battle the slowest growth in 25 years. beijing will also try to curve overcapacity and that could increase unemployment in areas with a high output of steel and coal. >>> a chinese company making s biggest foreign acquisition yet. the china national chemical corporation known as chem china will buy the swiss seed company sengenta for $43 billion in cash. it's the most expensive agricultural transaction ever. the deal will help china expand food production but may raise regulatory concerns here since singenta owns u.s. chemical facility. >>> the chinese slowdown has been hitting some u.s. multinational companies very hard but for many american retailers, it hasn't been all that bad. and as courtney reagan reports, these companies are invested in china for the long haul. >> reporter: for decades, china was synonymous w
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Jul 11, 2013 1:00am PDT
"nightly business report," i'm julia borston. >>> still ahead, how much does the u.s. need china and china need us? buying the world's two largest economies, but first a look at the closing numbers for the international market. >>> a major ruling by wall street regulators, hedge funds will be allowed to started a vertizing. securities and exchange commission voted to lift the decades long ban on hedge funds marketing, which investments they are putting their money into. >> all right in washington, the senate today failed to pass a plan aimed at restoring lower interest rates on subsidized student loans. one week after the inaction by the senate caused rates on new stafford loans to double, the senate voted down a measure to return rates to 3.4% for another year. the hurdle, a competing plan that would link student loan rates to the benchmark treasury rate. >>> smith field foods got a grilling today. they wanted answers on the safety of the u.s. food supply and what foreign ownership on the biggest pork producer would mean to workers and the u.s. larry pope said what he thinks the takeover
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Feb 15, 2012 6:30pm PST
: china's heir apparent comes to washington, urging greater cooperation with the u.s. on trade and security. but on the campaign trail, president obama pushes back. >> today you're selling products directly to customers in china, stamped with those words "made in america." >> susie: it's "nightly business report" for wednesday, february 15. this is "nightly business report" with susie gharib and tom hudson. "nightly business report" is made possible by: captioning sponsored by wpbt >> susie: good evening, everyone. wall street and main street got an inside look today at the debate inside the federal reserve on what to do next to fix the economy. tom, it looks like few policymakers believe they need to buy more government bonds-- a third round of so-called quantitative easing, or "qe3"-- to support the u.s. economy. >> tom: susie, we got the inside look from the minutes of the central bank's january meeting. that's when policymakers continued to hold interest rates at record lows, but extended that pledge until at least late 2014. and it's the first time we saw detailed information on the di
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Mar 13, 2012 7:00pm PDT
keep an eye on the trade case the u.s. filed against china today. it targets chinese exports of rare earth minerals. those minerals are critical to high-tech manufacturing, and china controls the world's supply. darren gersh reports. >> reporter: your cell phone wouldn't power up without rare earth minerals, and military hardware like this drone wouldn't hit its target without rare earth minerals, which is why the president wants u.s. companies to have access to these vital materials. >> now, if china would simply let the market work on its own, we'd have no objections. but their policies currently are preventing this from happening, and they go against the very rules china agreed to follow. being able to manufacture advanced batteries and hybrid cars in america is too important for us to stand by and do nothing. >> reporter: manufacturers of glass for touch-screen computers have moved to china, in part, because it produces almost all of the world's rare earth minerals. and the u.s. complaint filed with the world trade organization claims china uses quotas, duties, and red tape
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Jul 27, 2015 6:30pm PDT
. >>> a global selloff, what started in china spread to europe and landed here with a thump in the u.s. stocks tumbled across the world after china's shanghai composite swooned 8 1/2% its biggest one day dive in more than eight years. while you may not own any chinese stocks the continued volatility does matter to investors like you. it's reigniting fears in the world's second largest economy. a number of big u.s. companies from caterpillar to whirlpool express concern about the slowdown in change in a, there are new worries about the effectiveness of beijing's efforts to prop up the market. by the close, the dow jones industrial average suffered its first five-day losing streak since january falling 127 points to 17,440. the nasdaq dropped 48 and the s&p sank 12. what triggered the big global selloff. >> mainland china stock markets equities plunged more than 8%. that's on signs that beijing may be backing away from supporting the market while concerns over economic health soured sentiments even further. the largest list of companies, fell 8.6%. while the shanghai composite lost 8
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Nov 12, 2013 1:00am PST
may mean for the market's next move. >>> the economic power house, china's leaders are meeting to talk about the second largest economy, and the outcome could have an impact at home. >>> and the heroes, what businesses large and small are doing to help make the veterans transition from active duty to the work place. we have all that and more on nightly business report. >>> and good evening, everybody, i'm tyler mathisen in washington, d.c. at the schwab impact conference, the nation's longest running gathering of the nation's investors. it comes at a time when the dow is at a record high, the s&p 500 in the running, by no means they say is everybody back buying stocks. >>> thank you for joining us, i'm susie gharib, with the bond markets closed for the veterans day holiday, trading was subdued, still, any trading was up, the index posted its 35th record for this year. the dow added 21 points, the nasdaq went up a fraction, and the s&p added a point. so with the dow at another new high and the s&p 500 just a point away from a new all-time close, where are we in the markets right no
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Jul 11, 2012 6:30pm PDT
on how to fix the economy. take action now, or wait? >> tom: i'm tom hudson. china's red hot economy is cooling, we look at what the slowdown means for u.s. corporate earnings, and the global economy. >> susie: and one company is making a big push into china, marriott international, a look at its latest earnings and strategy. >> tom: that and more tonight on "n.b.r.!" >> tom: markets were clearly disappointed today the federal reserve does not seem ready to act right away to boost the economy. minutes from the fed's june meeting show only a few policy makers wanted to expand a bond buying program known as quantitative easing to lower interest rates and boost the economy. but as darren gersh reports this is now really a question of timing. >> reporter: the fed was not willing to give markets an immediate monetary fix, but the latest readings from its policy making committee show a couple more lukewarm reports on the labor market might change that. >> and if these employment reports are still weak like this last one, i think a strong case could be made for the fed to expand its balance
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Apr 25, 2012 4:30pm PDT
% last quarter thanks to a big jump in demand from china, demand that signals a huge opportunity. >> so, today, apple has a low single-digit percent of the market. they are very still much in the early stages in china, but if they could mirror their market are in the.s. in china, then that would be an enorms opportunity for the company. >> tom: china is now responsible for a fifth of apple's iphone sales and the so-called "halo effect"-- when iphone customers also buy apple computers-- is in full-effect in china. mac sales were up more than 60% in china. like apple, tonight's "street critique" guest sees opportunity in china. asset manager jim oberweis joins us in just a moment with a chinese mobile internet stock pick. we know the investment world is in love with app. after all, it's hard not to notice a stock that doubles in less than two years. still, small investors do not feel as kindly towards the rest of the market. suzanne pratt tonight on the concerns of smaller investors. >> reporter: this has been a good year for financial markets. stocks are up, bonds are holding up a
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Nov 12, 2014 6:30pm PST
done. first tariffs are cut. now a surprise u.s./china accord on reducing carbon emissions. a new era at hand in u.s./china relations and what will the >>> the magic of macy's. the retailer cut its full year seemed to care.t, but investors >>> cold snap, what an early winter can mean for the commodity that keeps us warm -- natural gas. all that and tonight on "nightly business report" for wednesday, november 12. >> the u.s the two largest economies and superpowers are often at odds on a variety of issues but at this week's apec summit in beijing, president obama and china's president xi jinping were toasting some break through deals they hailed as historic. they announced deals to, tend short term visas to china and american citizens, to elimin tas on high-tech goods and just today an agreement on a climate concern with a plan to limit future cemissions in both countries. so does this signal a new er ch asserts itself on the global stage in order t john harwood has more. >> reporter: president obama's trip to asia made clear he's with his priorities anyway. he announced a new agreemen
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May 9, 2011 6:30pm PDT
two biggest economies are meeting in washington, d.c. the u.s. and china. one of the goals is to allow the u.s. and china to iron out of some of their political and economic differences. on the headline issue of china's currency, there has been some progress and some unusual results. darren gersh reports. >> reporter: after adjusting for inflation, china's currency is up 10% against the dollar since last summer. that has taken some of the pressure off the trade issue, but today treasury secretary timothy giethner still urged his chinese counterparts to do more. >> in china, building on the remarkable reforms of the last 30 years, the challenge is to lay the foundation for a new growth model driven more by domestic demand with a more flexible exchange rate. >> reporter: u.s. and chinese economic officials are meeting under somewhat unusual economic circumstances. the two biggest economies in the world both have currencies that are falling in value. the chinese yuan has fallen 2% against most trading partners since last summer. >> it's reducing the export competitiveness of other c
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Aug 7, 2013 7:00pm EDT
emerging markets and you were cool to the countries like brazil and russia, india, china. how about now? we heard in the earning season mixed reports from ceos talking about growth opportunity for the slowdown in china. is this an investor opportunity, or is it too soon? >> unlike august here in the united states where it is a bit of just a soft patch when it comes to everyone at the beach, in china the cool off could last not just for the summer but well into next year. so i don't see it just quite yet the opportunity. we're not quite at a place i feel comfortable becoming over weight in china. >> what do you make of this little stumble we've had it for three, believe it or not, three days in a row. >> right. >> of u.s. equities sliding a bit? i gather your view, medium and long-term on the u.s. economy is pretty good and hence, for u.s. stocks, as well. >> sure, i think the catalyst for the recent run up to really last week had been earnings. earnings have not only met expectations but really beat them and that catalyst is drawing to a close. we're almost done and at this point i wouldn't
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Aug 26, 2010 7:00pm PDT
4.36%. still ahead, should your portfolio say ni-hao to china? mike holland joins us as we continue our series of interviews on the bric economies. >> tom: hewlett packard and dell are taking the fight for cloud computing firm 3par to new heights. today began with dell announcing it increased its bid from $18 to $24.30 per share, and that 3par had accepted it. but after the closing bell tonight, hewlett-packard came back with a richer price, upping its original $24 per share offer to $27. 3par had no comment to the higher h-p price. but news of the higher bid sent 3par stock above h-p's offer of $27, signaling investors expect an even higher price to emerge. meanwhile, the recently ousted head of h-p is selling some of his holdings in the tech giant. mark hurd filed with the s.e.c. earlier this week, saying he planned to unload 775,000 shares of restricted h-p stock worth an estimated $30 million. he has 90 days to sell all or part of that amount. hurd resigned from h-p three weeks ago after a board investigation found he filed bogus expense reports to cover up a personal relationship w
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Jun 24, 2013 4:30pm PDT
>>> swoon in june, another triple digit dow dive sends stock prices back to april levels. china gets the blame. why does that country matter so much to our markets and your money? >> controlling costs. how much will your insurer pay for an mri or a hip replacement? more and more carriers are capping their costs. how this big change in health care will affect you. >>> and paula deen, head of a multimillion dollar culinary empire.what happens to the prods have fired her for racially insensitive remarks? all that and more tonight for monday june 24th. >>> good evening, everyone. it was a nasty day in the stock market as investors wind down this final week of the second quarter. stocks dropped to a two-month low today, it could have been a lot worse. the dow was in the red all session long, swinging from an early decline of 248 points to just 25 points lower before settling somewhere in the middle. at the close, the blue chip average was nearly 140 points lower, the nasdaq down 36, the s&p 500 off by 19 points. the reason for the selloff, worries about china's credit problem. someth
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