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Jan 27, 2013 5:30am PST
, banking, his pay cut. >> we had run terrible year. >>> and she's called the oprah of china. remarkable entrepreneur who runs a media empire and reaches more than 200 million people a month. "on the money" begins right now. >>> this is america's number one financial news program, "on the money." now, maria bartiromo. >> this is what's making news as we head into a new week "on the money." washington has a new watchdog for wall street. president obama has nominated mary jo white the head of securities and exchange commission. white is a former prosecutor with a reputation for toughness. she will replace mary schapiro and must still be confirmed by the senate. timothy geithner spent his last day as secretary on friday, stepping down after a tumultuous four years in the financial system. president obama's chief of staff jack lew has been nominated to replace geithner. >>> every time you turn around the market seems to be setting a new five-year high. the dow jones industrial average rose this week thursday and up ten the last of 11 days, while the s&p 500 followed suit. the mar
CNBC
Oct 6, 2013 7:30pm EDT
is doing better. if you look at the global pmi numbers, we have a situation where china and japan and eurozone and u.s. are all growing at the same time. i think that foreign growth in the third quarter was a good deal better than the second quarter and that will help earnings. >> thank you for being with us today. now back to maria for the rest of the program. >> thanks so much, bill. up next, we're "on the money." my conversation with eric schmidt, the man who used to run google, on innovation and where the jobs are and whether his google glasses are rose colored. >>> zaha hadid on building foundations to change the world. we're back in a moment. do you like to travel? i'm all about "free" travel, babe. that's what i do. [ female announcer ] fortunately, there's an easier way, with creditcards.com. compare hundreds of cards from every major bank and find the one that's right for you. creditcards.com. it's simple. acso 45 states and then tdistrict of columbia have voluntarily decided to raise the bar with consistent educational standards. now, students in those states will have a bet
CNBC
Feb 17, 2013 7:30pm EST
. >>> up next "on the money," the entrepreneur who became china's consult cultural revolution to become a star of america's capitalism. ping fu will join me. >> this is a 3d printed shoe. [ indistinct conversations ] [ male announcer ] when you wear dentures you may not know it, but your mouth is under attack. food particles infiltrate and bacteria proliferate. ♪ protect your mouth, with fixodent. the adhesive helps create a food seal defense for a clean mouth and kills bacteria for fresh breath. ♪ fixodent, and forget it. >>> are entrepreneurs born or made? my next guest tells a remarkable story of innovation. she remade her own life, surviving a difficult youth in mao's china and american technology pioneer. ping fu is author of the memoir "bend not break." ping, great to have you on the program. thanks for joining us. >> so pleased to be here, maria. >> the memoir is actually a page turner. we were so looking forward to having you. it's been quite a journey. beginning with being sent to a labor camp at age 8 where you cared for your younger sister and suffered significant
NBC
Jul 1, 2013 12:30am PDT
exactly what proportion, some of it was a freak out about china. where you are seeing things that might easily morph into a big financial crisis because of the credit squeeze that is going on in china and their rates going up. i don't think that the growth we have seen as modest as it was is enough to convince people that the fed is going to pull the plug on this thing earlier. >> let me ask you about land mark ruling, that the federal government cannot ban gay marriage. a lot of big corporations talking about this, lining up in favor of the ruling. what kind of impact does it have on the corporate side of things and the economy? >> what happens in the corporate side, it will take back seat. there's plus or minus a thousand different rules and benefits that hetrosexual couples get that gay couples do not get. and corporations will line up and follow the law. they have to. >> and in many sectors they answered the question a long time ago, if you had to attract talent, you want to get whoever has that talent and they have been offering corporate level benefits to domestic partners for a l
NBC
Sep 15, 2013 2:30am EDT
popular agents that are sold in the united states have ingredients from china where there are significant problems with fake, counterfeit, low-quality and contaminated ingredients. >> so then how is supple any different? >> well, supple doesn't just mask the pain, it heals the root causes of pain. it rebuilds your joints, it strengthens your bones and it makes you stronger. you don't have to worry about dangerous side affects. you can use it for as long as you need to. you could stop taking pain drugs, you could avoid surgery. we guarantee 100 percent of label claims. we use only the best ingredient sources, all from the united states. we use no key ingredients from china, and we guarantee the number one international doctor- recommended formula. and you know what? you could feel the difference. just listen to this. >> and slowly, the arthritis had gotten so bad in my shoulder, my right elbow, my whole, my wrist, everywhere, and in every joint in my body just hurt so bad that i couldn' sleep between 2 to 4 hours a night for the last 4 to 5 years. so, we got the supple and i st
CNBC
Mar 31, 2013 7:30pm EDT
thinking about? >> a couple road blocks. one thing not talked about at all, china at some point has to figure how to support their middle class. you have 85 billionaires inside of your governing body, that probably tells you wealth distribution isn't going along too well. they don't get the middle class, they'll have challenges over in china. in europe, they're working out of a philosophy, i'll call it amend, pretend and extend. pushing everything out, trying to ill nor everything agnore ev. on one hand, i'm really concerned. on the other hand, we've seen the book before, have the videotape and t-shirt. it's 2008 and 2009. i think europe will continue to dop what europe needs to dop to keep their corporations making money and economy stumbling forward. >> joe, how do you think cyprus ends and how much attention should we pay to it? >> certainly worth paying attention. rnlg sha shakes confidence. other more important or larger economies, rather that have further disturbances, but if you look back at the u.s. market and see how the stock market's performing, importantly, bill see how
NBC
Jan 14, 2013 12:30am PST
middle class consumer in emerging markets, china. the idea that china was going to have a hard landing to me was always just complete nonsense and a misunderstanding of how that economic system was working. and look, the housing story in the u.s. is moving along. yeah, the payroll tax really matters but, in fact, if you look at how much the average homeowner who has been able to refinance and that's more and more of them, have saved, it dwarfs what the increases in the payroll tax. >> all right. we will leave it there. great conversation, guys. appreciate your time tonight. see you soon. greg ip and jerry webman. >>> up next on "on the money," what today's students learn on the economy and what we can teach yourself for the future. the president of harvard university is with me. >>> and buzz with millions, how to build a news company in a new age. age. how it may just save journalism. >>> welcome back. as college education's high cost continues to rise, some families are forced to opt out for financial reasons. how does that impact businesses on campus. joining me now is drew faust, ha
NBC
Apr 1, 2013 12:30am PDT
thing that is not being talked about at all is that china has to figure out how to support their middle class. when you've got 85 billionaires inside of your governing body, that probably tells you that wealth distribution isn't going along too well. they don't get the middle class there, i think you're going to have some real challenges in china. in europe, they're working off of a philosophy. i'll call it amend, pretend, extend. they're pushing everything out, trying to ignore everything. on the one hand, a retailer investor might say gee, i'm really concerned. on the other hand, we've seen this book before. we've got the videotape. we've got the t-shirt. and in 2008, 2009, i think europe is going to continue to do whatever europe needs to do in order to keep their corporations making money and their economy stumbling forward. >> joe, how do you think cyprus ends? and how much attention should we be paying to it, do you think? >> it certainly is worth paying attention to as perhaps it causes investor confidence to get further shaken. so it definitely is a risk longer term, especially
NBC
Mar 18, 2013 12:30am PDT
, china to travel to the u.s. we make it easier for them to do that, then more people will come. so the president got behind this initiative wholeheartedly. they invested in the visa process in brazil, opening up more visa offices. more people are coming. particularly to florida, which we've seen that we benefit from. but so does the u.s. economy. >> bob, where does the growth come from at disney the coming three years? >> in our case it starts with creating intellectual property and experiences, and then leveraging that across multiple platforms and multiple territories. we benefit from technology making this great intellectual property available to more people more often more places. so the new platforms that we see will be mobile platforms. one example, a great opportunity for creators of intellectual property to reach people in new ways. also, we see great growth in the new franchises we have bought or we have created from pixar to marvel to "star wars." and of course outside the united states. we're seeing continued opportunity or growth in opportunity in the emerging world. >> let
CNBC
Jan 6, 2013 7:30pm EST
-- china, india, brazil. let's add indonesia to that, for instance. the growth that we come in front of us in the next 50 years have nothing to do with what has been achieved in the last 50 years. the only difference is that it will be done in those new markets, one, and the specificity of those markets. young people loving brands, loving sports, and becoming rich much sooner compared with what we've been enjoying in the other markets, which will be very strong growth in the next ten, even 20 years. >> these are mega trends, and also in that mega trend is the fact that women are outnumbering men. women of color, asians, latin-americans, and you're looking at young people as well as women really driving business. >> when it comes to luxury brands, when it comes to ready to wear accessories, it's very much driven by women, of course, and when it comes to sports, 15 to 25 years old customers, very, very important in those countries. we have although brands on to deal with those customers. i think we are ready for very, very nice adventure in the future. >> you announced a joint ve
NBC
Jun 17, 2013 12:30am PDT
recession and china is growth rate slowing, brazil is facing pains. and even if the consumer is doing better, overseas is still a little bit tricky and that seeps through and effects the corporate sector more than the consumer sector. >> let's talk about the fed, they are meeting next week, what you expect to see? >> i expect to see fed chairman bernanke trying to calm it down. he will not say, don't worry bit, we will not exit qe, my hope is that he says it's coming and it will be slow and gradual and calm the market down. that's the best case scenario for me and it's likely. >> i think rebecca is right. >> that is why i spoke first. >> i mean, i think bernanke has been the most transparent central banker of all time. there's a lot of people like me that try to make it complicated to make themselves useful. he is giving you the playbook and he is saying 6.5% unemployment rate is a marker and 2.5% inflation is another marker. they will stay accommodating until the statistics come in play. until then, there's hand wringing and nashing of teeth. i don't know if it will mean a whole lot.
NBC
Sep 2, 2013 12:30am PDT
on of, do you start to see contagion, where does russia, china interface with this. by and large, the markets feel it will be reasonably strategic and quick. >> through it all, we have the possibility of tapering. the threat of tapering pushes rates up. the threat of the attack on syria pushes rates down. where do you think they are going? >> this is why the markets have come close to what we say is fair value wmp the ten year getting closer to 3%. we feel that rates are trending higher. the fed has distorted interest rates down, when ten years were in the high 1s. you are getting close to fair value. we think we drift higher in the next year. you have done a lot of the moves so far. >> and you do not expect peripheral damage. one of the fears is unintended consequences in other parts of the middle east. possibly a confrontation at some point with russia. you don't see that happening? >> i think the main risk here, if you are looking at who, who might retaliate, it's not going to be the russians, it is iran. but, iran really wants to hold its powder now, it seems to me, they are looki
NBC
Sep 29, 2013 2:30am EDT
growth mode and growth we think will accelerate. china is stabilizing and we think improving as well. >> when you look at all those markets you are seeing it. your client with the high net worth of client. are they taking money out of bonds or putting it into stocks at the expense of bonds? >> so far the shift that's going on and we are seeing a shift finally toward equities. it initially came out of cash. it's slowly coming out of fixed income. we think that will continue but it's not going to be a flood gate opening. it's not going to be all this money flows out of fixed income into equities. >> what are you recommending now? what should retail investors do? >> we still say you should be overweight equities. we like the u.s. we're under wait fixed income. here is the concern of fixed incomes. rates will go up. there's such a small cushion right now from a yield standpoint that as prices begin to decline as rates rise, you'll quickly eat through that yields cushion and go to negative returns, negative absolute returns in fixed incomes. when you look at it on a real basis, even
CNBC
Jan 27, 2013 7:30pm EST
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Jan 28, 2013 12:30am PST
known as china's oprah who is a media mogul in her own right. as we take a break, look at how the stock market ended the week. >>> make no mistake about it, jamie dimon says what he says and means what he says. i spoke with the chairman and ceo of jpmorgan chase about the economy, about housing, and his cut in pay. >> news last week was that you took a pay cut as a result of the london whale trading loss. >> uh-huh. >> would you say now that this issue is officially behind you or are there still ramifications around the london whale? >> first, i didn't take one, i was given one. >> you were given a pay cut. >> which i think is appropriate. and the board had a very tough decision to make to balance the good of the company. we had a record year and a bad. we had one terrible mistake in the year. look, we fixed the problem from a financial risk for the most part. we've disclosed both the company report and a completely independent board report with independent outside advisers and counselors, et cetera. the regulators, of course, will have their reviews to do so there will be more ongoing
NBC
Feb 17, 2013 2:30am EST
money," over came china's cultural revolution to become a star of america's >>> our entrepreneurs born or made? my next guest tells a remarkable story of innovation. she remade her own life, surviving a difficult youth in mao's china and american technology pioneer. king few is author of the memoir "bend not break." ping, great to have you on the program. thanks for joining us. >> so pleased to be here, maria. >> the memoir is actually a page turner. we were so looking forward to ha having you. it's been quite a journey. beginning with being sent to a labor camp at age 8 where you cared for your younger sister and suffered significant abuse. tell us a bit about what it was like during china's cultural revolution. children being taken from their parents to be re-educated. can you bring us into that a bit? >> yeah. it started in 1966 when mao said we didn't need academic education. we need to learn from farmers, worker, and soldiers. so all of us got -- in the school age, didn't go to school. and the country turned into chaos. there was red guards, which are teenagers going house to
NBC
May 12, 2013 4:00pm PDT
hot spots? >> well north korea, the real question is whether china is going to use the influence it has to keep the north koreans under control. over the last few weeks, we've seen a little bit of that. north koreans have been barking a lot, but we've not seen a real outbreak of violence. i think it's because the north koreans understand the next korean war will be the last, that the united states and the world are not going to live with this kind of a north korean threat. syria is more difficult. i would say there the united states needs to continue to get involved. but there also needs to be a ceiling on what it is we do. at the end of the day, it's almost a business concept. the urgent can't always crowd out the important. we have to put a court of appeit we do in syria. think about china, japan, that's where the real powers are colliding. we have to rebuild america. i'm not saying ignore places like syria. what we want to do is help, but we don't want more rocks. we don't want more afghanistans. we don't want more vietnams. that's why i wrote this book, to give people something
CNBC
Sep 1, 2013 7:30pm EDT
you see contagion, do you see others coming into this, russia, china, how they interface. by and large, the markets are assuming this will be reasonably strategic and fairly quick. and through it all, we have the possibility of tapering. i mean, tapering -- the threat of tapering pushes rates up. the threat of attack on syria pushes rates down. where do you think they're going? >> this is why you find a range. this is why the markets come close to what we would describe as fair value, getting closer -- the 10-year getting closer to 3%. we think ultimately rates are trending higher. the fed has distorted interest rates down. when 10s were in high ones, 25 basis points, you're getting closer to fair value. we drift higher. you've done a lot of the move so far. >> again, david, you don't expect peripheral damage -- i mean, one of the fears is unintended consequences in parts of the middle east, maybe a confrontation with russia. you don't see that happening? >> yeah, i think the main risk here, if you're looking at who -- who might retaliate, it's not going to be the russians. it's
NBC
Jun 3, 2013 12:30am PDT
appetite for american companies. china's shuanghui international is acquiring smithfield foods for about $4.7 billion. smithfield is the world's largest hog farmer and pork processor, and its brands include armor, farmland and smithfield. the deal is the largest chinese acquisition of an american company and must be approved by american regulators. >>> while the holiday-shortened week on wall street proved volatile for the markets, the dow up triple digits on tuesday, but on wednesday had the worst day in about a month. a spiking yield for the ten-year bond moving the market. stocks fell later in the week. pimco's ceo mohamed el erian says keep a close eye on equities right now. >> we're starting to see dislocations in markets. like you, we'll look across a lot of markets, and there's something going on the last few days. there's something going on. so, you know, all this is saying, you know what, let's book the profits, let's get it more liquid. >> meanwhile, the broadest measure of the size and strength of the u.s. economy was revised downward. the second reading of the gross domestic
CNBC
Jun 2, 2013 7:30pm EDT
. china's schjianghui international, smithfield is the world's large of the hog farmer and pork processor. the deal is the largest chinese acquisition of an american company and it still must be approved by american regulators. well, the holiday-shortened week on wall street proved a volatile one for the markets. the dow triple digits on tuesday and reversed it the worst day in about a month. a smiek in yield for the ten-year bond. as stocks fell later in the week. mohammed el-erian. >> we look across a lot of markets and there's something going on the last few days. there's something going on. so all of this is saying, you know what? let's book the profits. let's get more liquid. >> meanwhile, the broadest measure of the size and the u.s. economy was revised downward. the second reading of the gross domestic product showed the economy growing at an annualized rate of 2.4% for the first quarter, slightly first than the original reading. personal income was revised upward and that was a positive sign. another sign that the housing market is back. the s&p case schuler index which measures t
CNBC
Jun 30, 2013 7:30pm EDT
financial crisis because of the credit squeeze that's going on in china. their rates really going up. but i don't think that the growth we've seen, as modest as it was, is enough to convince people that the fed is going to really pull the plug on this thing earlier. >> let me ask you about this landmark ruling this week. ky, the supreme court ruling that the federal government cannot ban gay marriage. a lot of big corporations talking about this, lining up in favor of this ruling. what kind of impact does this have on the corporate side of things as well as the economy? any impact? >> i think actually what will happen is it will take second place to what happens on the federal side. there are plus or minus a thousand different rules, a thousand different benefits that heterosexual couples get that gay couples didn't get this past week. and then corporations will line up and follow up. they'll have to. >> look, in many sectors are, they've answered this question a long time ago. if you had to track talent, you want to get whoever has that talent, they've been offering corporate level
ABC
Oct 6, 2013 7:30am EDT
better. if you look at the global pmi numbers that came out this week we have a situation where china, japan, the euro zone, uk, u.s. are all growing at the same time. i think that fgneign growth in the third quarter was a good deal better in the third quarter. >> thank you mark zandi and daifrd kly. back to maria. >> we are eric schmidt. the man who used to run google on innovation and whether his google blaszs are rose colored. >>> thee famous female architec will join me, zaha hadid. back in a moment. >>> if you want to know more about what eric schmidt is thinking, you don't have to google him. we have him right here. i spoke with him about creating jobs and his bright view of the future. >> i think a lot of people think this is a pretty fast recovery especially if you're in europe. it's not recovering at all. we're growing about 2% a year. a lot of that is private sector is doing the right thing. we have growing economy and growing trade. the real story is innovation. lots and lots of new things coming up. we should be proud of what america is doing here. the last time we spoke y
NBC
Feb 17, 2013 4:00pm PST
money," over came china's cultural revolution to become a star of america's [ male announcer ] pillsbury grands biscuits. delicious. but say i press a few out flat... add some beef sloppy joe sauce... and cheese fold it all up and boom! i just made an unbeatable unsloppy joe pillsbury grands biscuits. let the making begin. faster than mandy can hang up on mr. monday. you hang up first. [ female announcer ] in just 60 seconds, you've got snack-defying, satisfying totino's pizza rolls. [ ringing ] it's on. let's roll. >>> our entrepreneurs born or made? my next guest tells a remarkable story of innovation. she remade her own life, surviving a difficult youth in mao's china and american technology pioneer. king few is author of the memoir "bend not break." ping, great to have you on the program. thanks for joining us. >> so pleased to be here, maria. >> the memoir is actually a page turner. we were so looking forward to ha having you. it's been quite a journey. beginning with being sent to a labor camp at age 8 where you cared for your younger sister and suffered significant abu
NBC
May 5, 2013 4:00pm PDT
relationship. i think really smart, capable people who understand the next stages of reform in china are important, not just for china, but because of the interconnectedness of the economy. and, you know, i'm optimistic about places like africa. i think there are some great potential there in latin america, out in the far east, there is potential at least for the world economy to show some bright spots to keep things going. but i come back to the same thing, which is that the west has to show it's really sorted its issues out. >> there is a lot of uncertainty at the regulatory environment. what is your take on how the regulatory environment changes or should change to in fact encourage that kind of confidence that we're talk about? >> i think we need two things. first of all, we need a bit of predictability. the second thing, we've got to take a view as policymakers where we say a thriving financial sector is actually the important part of the recovery. in the end, we need banks to lend. we need them to be out there doing, you know, the main street business of lending to companies, givin
CNBC
Jul 21, 2013 7:30pm EDT
mean, china especially right now. it has been in asia for quite some time. that is the real change. people are so interested in the game of golf. it's one of the only lifetime sports. and it's you know, arguably the most attractive one. you have a beautiful setting like we are here. and it's a fun game. great social game, great for business too. >> you worked with tiger for six years. really at the height of his career. and now, making him the number one player. have you spoken with him since you stopped working with him? >> no, i haven't. >> you see tiger out there and you never hear him mention you. you should be getting all the credit. >> no, not really. he was great before me. and he has had butch harmon as his coach and others. he has been number one with everyone. so, you know, i had a great learning experience. it was a great opportunity for me. and you are right, i mean, to be with tiger during the most prolific time in his career was an honor for me. but i just feel blessed to have had that opportunity, it's incredible. and you know, i will never forget it. but six years w
CNBC
Jun 16, 2013 7:30pm EDT
better but overseas, europe is still struggling with the recession, china's economy is growing, markets are face something pains right now, and even if the consumer is doing better, overseas still a little bit tricky, and that affects the corporate sector more the consumers. >> let talk about the fed, the meeting next week. what are you expecting in. >> what i'm hoping to see is fed chairman bernanke trying to calm things down. he is not going to say, don't worry about it. they don't want the market to get too one-sided. so my hope is that he says, it is coming but it's going to come slowly, going to be gradual, and just calm the market down. that's the best case scenario for me and i think it's likely. >> i think rebecca is right. i think bernanke has been the most transparent central banker in a long time, and i think people -- there's a lot of people do what i do, try to make things complicated to make themselves useful, but he has given you the play book and is telling you, 6-1/2% unemployment rate is one of the markers they will be using. 2 1/2% inflation. until then, i think there
CNBC
Sep 29, 2013 7:30pm EDT
, chain -- china is improving, as well, that is a positive for an economic growth standard. >> are your clients taking money out of bonds and putting it into stocks at the expense of bonds? >> well, here is the interesting thing, so far the shift that is going on, and we're seeing the shift -- initially it came out of cash, slowly it is coming out of fixed income. that will continue, it is not going to be a flood gate, all of this money flows out of fixed income into equities, we think it will be a slow, steady process and again that will be good for economic process. >> so what do you recommend? what should investors do? >> we like the u.s., and here is our concern, on the fixed income, here is the concern. as you said earlier, we all know rates are going to go up. there is such a cushion now from a yield standpoint, as prices begin to decline, and rates rise, you will quickly eat through that yield cushion and go through negative returns. you look at it on a real basis, even worse, so stand-away fixed income, keep moving money toward equities, we like the u.s., we like the technology.
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