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Aug 11, 2015 1:00pm EDT
down 1.1%, and the russell down 1.05%. why? one main reason is china. china devaluing its currency. the dollar strengthening significantly. oil is down big time, look at that, dollar strength, it takes fewer dollars now to buy a gallon of a barrel of oil at $43. 2, down almost 4%. brent down almost 3%, gold up just a little bit as you see there about a half percent. mandy is out but sarah eisen who knows a lot about currencies and china is with us today. thank goodness you're here. >> i live for days like this, watching the dow and the impact of china spread across the globe. bob pisani, anything with any china or commodity exposure is getting pummeled. >> dow up 240 yesterday, down 240 now. it's a wasted week so far. put them up, materials energy and industrials to the downside. that's the big losers. some of the obvious names and their impact from china. we always talk about casinos, wynn 70% of revenues in china, and yum brands 50% of its revenue in china down 5%. those are the easy ones. let's talk about ones not so obvious, big industrial names 10% revenues or more for dow che
CNBC
Feb 16, 2010 1:00pm EST
quote the threats came from conventional military powers, the soviet union, china, et cetera? >> that is exactly right because it takes a small group of individuals with sophisticated skills to launch the attacks that could be devastating to critical infrastructure and hide that attack in a way that's difficult they were the source of it or do it in a false flag operation where they launch the attack but they set it up and we
CNBC
Sep 1, 2015 1:00pm EDT
. number one, why is this selloff happening? is it china? is it a combination? is it something else? also, of course, we have got oil, and what do you do with your money right now? do you buy, sell, hold and wait? oil falling. tyler mathisen off today and mandy at the new york stock exchange with bob pisani where, no doubt, it's another wild day for equities. >> if you thought brian was messy, welcome to the first day of september. currently sitting around session lows down 414 points. bob, what kind of correlations could you make, maybe differences as well, with what's happening today from last monday? >> well, certainly didn't have the selling pressure at important. that's the important thing. let me show you the s&p 500. last monday we had waves and waves of sell orders at the open. we did not have that today and i think that contributed to the somewhat orderly though down open. we got down to 2% and have been there and we're drifting lower and sitting at the lows for the day. let me give you headlines about the markets midday and show you what the internals are like. a man who h
CNBC
Mar 23, 2010 12:00pm EDT
. just how many u.s. jobs have been lost to china. which industries stand out the most? we'll give you a hint. it is not manufacturing. the result of a new survey exclusively on "power lunch" after this. >>> welcome back. a lot of talk of what's going on with china. new study today shows lost to trade deficit with china. 2.4 million jobs have been lost since 2001 when china joined the world trade organization. hardest hit, not blue collar jobs. the computer and electronics industry. i.t. scott paul, executive director for the alliance of american manufacturing, which did the study together with the economic policy institute. good to see you. >> great to be with you today. >> were you surprised it didn't turb out to be manufacturing but actually manufacturing that were hardest hit? >> absolutely. we did lose a number of manufacturing jobs, no doubt about that. the surprising part of the study is that in computers and electronic equipment and semiconductors we lost about a quarter of the jobs that we lost to china were in those sectors and they were concentrated, not in industrial heartl
CNBC
Jan 8, 2016 1:00pm EST
end up in the red today, that's a big negative. >> i want to see china coming out with something meaningful. >> also go bucks. we should get that in there. >> milwaukee bucks. see you soon. "power lunch" starts now. >>> scott, thank you very much. welcome, everybody, to "power lunch." along with mandy drury, i'm tyler mathisen. a wild week for investors. the focus shifting to china and jobs right here in america. >> strong employment growth, but at the same time weak economic growth. what is behind this and what does it all mean for the american economy overall? steve liesman, we know you've been taking a very close look at this conundrum. >> forget china, mandy. the united states is confusing enough. two data points highlighting that confusing economic outlook for investors, jobs surging and soaring. growth weak and weakening. let's talk about growth first. cnbc rapid update shows a bigger than expected decline in inventory, prompts another mark down in estimates for the fourth quarter. q4 down 0.2%. the range 0.1% to 2.3%. morgan stanley was 0.1% growth. it's the fourth markdow
CNBC
Aug 12, 2015 1:00pm EDT
market came up and moved into positive territory. as for china, the etfs in china very heavy volume today. doesn't matter what etfs, ashr, that's mainland china, the a shares. the second one is hong kong shares. all of them are down though not as much in hong kong as you can see. this is spilling into the emerging markets. a lot of activity in emerging market etfs. for example, indonesia has moved down in the last few days. those are new multi-year lows for indonesia. the same what's going on in other emerging market etfs for example, br zale. ewz is very active. this is a 10-year chart. we just broke below the 2009 lows in brazil. that was widely commented on trading this morning. with interest rates moving down, interest rate sensitive groups, particularly banks and insurers are weak. banks understandably. insurers, they've got to buy bonds against their obligations to pay out lower values for those bonds, obviously a problem for them. finally just want to note, retailers and what was going on with fossil, as well as macy's today. macy's came out this morning. one of the reasons t
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Aug 21, 2015 1:00pm EDT
week alone and up 5% this month. fears about china and demand there sending copper lower. it is also low for the week, down about 2% over the week. china, you might know, is the top copper consumer in the world. certainly any problems in the economy there are going to have a knock-on effect in this industrial metal. ty? >> sara eisen at the new york stock exchange. look at the impact on the global selloff on the emerging market. >> we're looking at the carnage in emerging markets through stunning charts and graphics. here is one-month moves in currencies of some of the biggest and most important economies in the world. you see resource-based economies like brazil and russia taking huge currency hits this month. it's highly unusual to see a 20% move in currency in five years let alone one month alone. for all the hand ringing about china's dee valuation of the yuan and china down 3%, but it is still partially managed. how is it playing out in global markets? stephen englander from citigroup shows that if you look at global stocks, the top line in dollars, not too far off from recent h
CNBC
Mar 22, 2010 12:07pm EDT
going to weigh in on the d.c. hangover. >>> plus, google makes its decision on china. but which side is going to have to do more soul searching when all is said and done? >>> inside the numbers from tiffany. though profits fell short, the light at the end of the tunnel could be all those sparkling diamonds it's expecting to sell later this year. >>> and the health care bill passes. but now what? representatives dave camp from michigan and john yarmont from kentucky will tell us. >>> with about a 30-point gain in the dow jones industrial average wall street seemingly shrugging off the weekend's health care hangover. the question now, will the nation's capital still control trading on the street or is the markets beginning to get a little earnings fever? the vice president of financial research at mf global and bill stone the chief investment strategist with pfc wealth management. nick, i'm going to start with you. now we're having mr. geithner and the treasury secretary make comments about financial regulation. it does seem as though perhaps the administration is emboldened by its win on
CNBC
Mar 21, 2014 1:00pm EDT
. also want to note, among some of the emerging market countries, strong day. look at china, up 3.8%. the securities regular regulator on preferred stocks. commodity stocks normally do we have. we have a bunch of commodity stocks like freeport all up about 3%. ann taylor is up 13%. was that a surprise. golden gate is disclosing a nearly 10% in a 13d filing. and home builders down a little bit. there was a secondary for kb home pricing at $18. a pretty interesting day. and a big close today, because there's a rebalancing and we'll do that in the next half hour. let's drill down on one sector with a lot of problems. dominick chu has the details. >> health care, the only sector in the index that's in negative territory so far, being dragged down by the biotech industry in particular. there are seven stocks in that industry group in the s&p 500. it's alexian, biogen, amgen, regeneron, they're all down on the day but off their session lows. one headline that's drawing all the shares and gilead comes by congress, congressional democrats asked to be briefed by the company on its hepatitis
CNBC
Oct 8, 2012 1:00pm EDT
. >>> welcome to "power lunch." it is china all over the news today. it is the new cold war, they say. congress takes aim at a chinese tech company over security concerns and the slowing chinese economy also pulling down our markets. so how do you play china right now? pain at pump. gas prices in california top $5 a gallon in some places and the governor's jumping in to intervene but the question is, is that really going to do any good or is the market going to decide the price? >>> and political roulette. the key swing state of ohio making a big bet on casino gambling. brian schactman has more on the new jobs and new opportunities from cashing in on sin. >>> but first, tyler is off today so bob pisani is my partner for the army. down at the nyse. >> pleasure to be here, sue. concern about china's slowdown raised by the world bank putting pressure on the market today. europe's been closed for about 1 1/2 hours right now. china now back to us after a week off. that sector to the downside as well. most of europe was weak here today. france, spain and italy all to the downside. euro a li
CNBC
Jun 24, 2013 1:00pm EDT
wall. we'll go there. big problem is fear about china. we have a top exec from a major financial power. just has been on the other side of the great wall, and we'll get his take today, what he saw and what he thinks it means for you and your money, and the boeing dreamliner, the brand new company, flagship plane. the operation center. they are tracking the flights of every sickle one of these 787s, and we're tracking them. we're going to take you out to the op center in just a few moments. sue is out today. michelle live at the nyse. hi, michelle. >> hey there, tyler. let's get a market check and show you what's going on. talk more about what to do on a day like today. the danching ow jones industriae is lower by a full percentage point. the s&p down 1.5%, industrials off 177 points and the s&p down 24 points and the nasdaq lower by 47 points. josh, i guess we could say we're off the lows. >> that's right. >> that's a half glass full kind of interpretation. you do have the blue chips down about triple digits right now. two really broad concerns. one fed tapering, right, the fed s
CNBC
Aug 24, 2015 1:00pm EDT
growth are they? >> we want no china, nobody lud to do business in china, google, netflix. these are stocks i'd like to be down, at one point below where it was at the quarter. apple, we have information apple is strong as of last night. >> that's right. you really moved the market this morning. you got some comments from ceo. >> apple move the market. >> tim cook trying to put to bed fears about kpoexposure to chin >> i felt like it's important to check in. you always try. i've been trying to get scoops since i covered ted bundy's homicide in 1997. i've been around long enough to try to get a scoop. why not get a scoop. the answer is i was concerned after last week, skyward exclusions, big provider said things on track in china and stock got hit 10%. i reached out and the conclusion i got was i think tim cook, he doesn't do quarter updates, but was kind enough to share, i'm going to have to quote here, continued experience strong growth for business in china july and august. therefore takes entirely the decline in their dow so to speak. >> sure. >> iphone accelerator of the past two
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Mar 5, 2012 1:00pm EST
. >>> scott, thank you very much. three hours to go in the trading day. and china is bigger than europe on the wall of worry today. china cutting its growth outlook to the lowest level since 2004. that has investors nervous and pulling back. we'll ask a top gun from jpmorgan what it means for the markets and your money. >> you know, most investors have at least some cash parked in a money market fund. but are they safe? the s.e.c. wants big changes to protect your money. companies like fidelity say those reforms will destroy the business. so who's right? >> and a tale of two techs. apple and possible layoffs coming at yahoo!. details on companies heading in opposite directions, ty. >> welcome everybody. i'm tyler mathisen along with sue herera and brian shactman. and "power lunch" begins right now. >> good "power lunch" to you on a monday. factory orders declined. service sector expands though. mix in those concerns over growth in china. investors a bit cautious today. dow down about 64 points. s&p almost ten points. and the nasdaq down a full 1%. and below now of course that 3,000 leve
CNBC
Jan 23, 2014 1:00pm EST
note. 2.78%. haven't seen that in quite a while. also the talk about china this morning. not only the pmi, but other issues as well which we'll talk about the shanghai index down today. down 7.5% in the past month. let's talk about all of this with bob pisani and cnbc's market analyst. good to see you again. the china data wasn't just the data that's spooking this market. there is a lot of talk china may be on the verge of its own subprime crisis. with a $500 million trust having to roll paper before next week. it's a big deadline, bob. what are you hearing about the worries about china? >> there's a lot of issues going on in general. this growth issue is going on. even though they made gdp numbers. issues about liquidity in general. the people's bank of china pushing a lot of money into the system ahead of the chinese new year. a little anxietyie around that, and the pmi numberg in below 50. that's contraction. these are defusion indexes. we were expecting something well north of 50. emerging markets weak all year, weak again today. >> kenny, the other issue, technicals. >> in the ea
CNBC
Sep 18, 2015 1:00pm EDT
, inflation, china. now, does the fed have a new focus, a new thing to pay attention to? gold hitting two-week highs as the fed stays on hold. is this a good time to go mining in this sector? and check the so-called fang stocks in the past month. what are they? that would be facebook, amazon, netflix, and google, all down, but they're all up this week, folks. have the fangs got their bite back? we'll take a look at that, but first, let's check in with mandy at the new york stock exchange. >> hi there, tyler. hello, everybody. we have a sell-off here on the street. the dow is back in correction territory although we are off the very worst levels of the day. the dow is down by about 284 points. now it's down by 235. s&p down by 24 and the nasdaq off by 48. i have bob pisani on the floor of the stock exchange to explain what is going on. i guess maybe for one day we've got a reprieve where we can stop obsessing what the fed is going to do and we can obsess what the fed said and what it means for things like earnings and revenue. >> for the moment i think what the fed was saying yesterday is
CNBC
Jan 17, 2014 1:00pm EST
rethinking china. the china question. revlon just pulled out. apparently there are not enough people there to buy their products. others having second thoughts about making big investments over in the world's most populous country. first to sue at the new york stock exchange. >>> we will start with the raging california wildfires. just a few miles east of los angeles. governor brown has just declared a drought state of emergency. more on that in just a moment. some 1800 acres have been scorched, more than 1,000 firefighters are on the scene, and governor jerry brown is expected to speak any moment now. here's the weather channel's julie martin. >> reporter: the good news is the colby fire did not spread overnight. firefighters worked around the clock to contain the fire and put out hot spots. it still stands at 1700 acres, about the size of two central parks, and as far as containment, about 30%. however, the incident commander on the scene tells me he does expect containment numbers to come up today, though it will still be a few days before full containment here in the foothills of
CNBC
Feb 25, 2010 1:00pm EST
mining company here in vancouver. what's key about them? the big evidence holding in china's s sovereign wealth fund. and the seethe that makes memory and money here in the olympics. >> see you in a couple of minutes. meanwhile, the market has been off considerably today. a lot of worries not only greece, which will try to auction off debt securities next week, but what country might be next. will it be spain? will that challenge the euro in? that has sent shivers down wall street but put a bid under certain sectors of the treasury market. we have the conclusion of a massive amount of debt auctioned off this week. rick santelli will give us details in a few minutes. you've got to wonder, steve liesman, whether or not the worries about europe -- we heard gary talk about the fact that he's negative on europe -- whether or not that isn't sending that safe haven play into treasuries. >> can we just remember this, the next time that -- >> no. >> -- that everybody is ready to write off the country and finances, where does the world come scurrying for cover? they come to the shores of
CNBC
Jul 24, 2015 1:00pm EDT
because of china and the potential for demand there. also for gold and oil as well. that's a key factor. the dollar pressuring copper also and people look at it as an indicator of what what may be to come for the global economy and potentially stocks as well. >> jackie thank you very much. >>> let's look at what's moving this hour. amazon sure is sharply higher. share prices there after the online retailer stunned investors by posting a -- get this -- profit. amazon brought in 19 cents a share in contrast to the 14 cents a share loss that analysts were expecting and the move in the stock vaulting its value above that of walmart. >>> music streaming service pandora beating estimates by 3 cents. revenue was also above estimates on a jump in both subscribers and ad revenue. nice 15% more for that one. tripadvisor, meanwhile, missing estimates by a penny. the travel website operator did see a 25% increase in sales but that was weaker growth than the street had been forecasting. >> quite a tanking in the stock there. >>> take a look at this folks. this is new shocking video coming in
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Nov 21, 2014 1:00pm EST
nasdaq. the s&p 500 up a half percent and russell up. the big reason for today's run, china cutting interest rates. why did china do it? he says the economic situation behind the great wall is not good at all. we will talk to him in four minutes time. and one hot market. homes in the million dollar plus range if you are lucky enough to own one you are doing just fine, ladies and gentlemen. why is there such a boom in this segment of housing right now? we have answers coming up. first to sue. >> and there is big liquidity moves that you nus mentioned and they are fuelling a rally. stocks are off the highs at this hour. we still have a gain in some of the indexes. that's the big etf that tracks china. the ftse china is up almost 4%. now a little better than 4%. bertha coombs is at the nasdaq. mary is here with me. >> we have a lot of steam. about 173 point range. so holding on of course as you would imagine when you have a rate cut in china it leads energy and materials. the materials sector at the s&p 500 is approaching a 52-week high today and also the dow leaders reflecting on what
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Jan 24, 2014 1:00pm EST
, stocks, emerging market equities. europe was a sell-off. worries about asia, china, economic data coming out. so much to keep an eye on into next week. have a terrific weekend. that's all for us. "power lunch" begins now. >>> "halftime" is over. the second half of the trading day gets under way right now. "power lunch" is all over it. >> you bet we are. the big question this hour, of course, is this. is this the start of something serious or are we actually in the middle of something serious, namely a correction? we have a whole lot of great guests coming up, including our friend jim cramer, who is back today, ready, set and game to discuss that question and more. here's where we stand right now, folks. the dow industrials a little bit off their lows. nevertheless, down another 1% today, just above 16,000 as you see there. s&p hanging just above 1800, down 1.3%. the nasdaq going down for the ride, down 1.5% at 4155. there are ways to win while the markets drop and we will look at the etfs, they kind of go the other way. we are talking about ways to short the emerging markets witho
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Mar 8, 2013 1:00pm EST
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Jan 31, 2013 1:00pm EST
china. how about air that rival? we find out after the bell. tomorrow, be on the look out for big oil and bill pharma. chevron and exxon reporting this week. i spoke with oppenheimer's gate, saying he wasn't bullish on oil, saying there's no new catalyst to get investors excited. we will find out. merck reporting, for shares of 81 cents of sales on 85 billion which means 7% job in revenue growth year over year. next week a bit of a china theme. well hear from buy due. barclays cautious on guidance here. and finally, yum brands, downgrading to market reform, knowing that china continues to investigate yum's chicken supply. back to you. >> thanks, josh. you know, we are down about 19 points, the fed did exactly what we thought the fed would do. the market didn't react to gdp report which surprised all of us here. seems to me to be all about earnings. >> that's right, i think it is. i think what the market is telling us is this great move. grinding here on the last day right after yesterday's report. it is just digesting. a little bit of exhaustion and i think it needs to catch up wi
CNBC
Aug 19, 2009 12:00pm EDT
impact right now. we were down overnight when it came to the china worries, up a bit when we were into those numbers, and spiked based a little bit and up even further. look at the numbers now, pisani mentioned it. we had a drawdown of $8 million, and expected a bill of at least a million. that is the key one right there. the other two really honestly, secondary right now. the rest of the complex, a little bit of a mixed picture. i want to point out that nat gas trying to break a nine-day losing streak. ask bill, i want to point out, many traders who i have a lot of respect for saying to me, you know what, oil could have turned around the he could market today, because you have seen the strength there. and we went up after the numbers and paused and went up again after the equity market started to up trend once again. >> it has happened before, brian, where the energy prices go, the commodity prices moving higher, as well. it takes some of the commodity-based stocks with them and that seems to be what is leading this market right now. thank you, brian. let's talk about this resili
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Mar 15, 2010 12:00pm EDT
center stage this afternoon. >>> china's premiere ta taking on the united states. >>> tiger woods hitting a fever pitch. tim finchem going to join us live. >>> 25 years after liars poker, best-selling author michael lewis goes back to wall street with the big short. he joins us live. here's what else is on the menu. >>> i'm hampton pearson in washington. is this the week congress sends the president a health care bill? if that happens, who are the potential winners and losers among investors? >> i'm jim goldman live in the silicon valley bureau. apple takes hundreds of thousands of orders for its new i pad. this rivalry is getting bitter. >>> i'm julia boorstin. the annual movie theater convention in las vegas. i'll be talking to the ceo of one of thenation e's largest theater chains. >>> bob pisani kicks it off at the new york stock exchange. >> the weakness here is really in the energy sector. we have a little bit of a deal in the natural gas space. bank stocks really not reacting much to the fact that senator dodd will likely introduce that regulatory reform bill. but we did get the ne
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Feb 13, 2012 1:00pm EST
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Aug 1, 2016 1:00pm EDT
china. she brought her parents here. she's among our top personal bankers like in a retail branch. and if you saw her, you'd be amazed at what this country still offers to people in terms of opportunity. and that all three of them pretty much started at a teller and now middle market manager, one of our best branch managers in the country. it's unbelievable stuff. >> and so the consumer part of the business growing fast in california. it's growing very fast across the board. we saw that in the recent q-2 earnings for j.p. morgan. and it's highlighted as well from some of the other banks. if we look at the gdp number last week, there was a clear lack of investment from businesses. what does that tell you about the fundamental strength of the u.s. economy right now? is it late cycle? >> i think -- i don't believe that. what we see is a strong consumer, asset prices are up, 13 million more people working, wages are going up, household spending is up. a lot of businesses capital expenditures is when they see books grow and need to build a new plan. it is a little disappointing, but th
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Jan 21, 2016 1:00pm EST
stock market. a slight rebound in oil. a massive cash injection from china, and the possibility of more money from europe helping to push the dow up more than 200 points. >> today we are focusing on stock picking. what stocks and sectors are ripe and ready after this terrible start to 2016? >>> and if you are still gun shy on stocks, and who could blame you? we have one of the biggest names in bonds this hour. see why loomis sales says now is the time to buy bonds. it will be an interesting conversation. >> despite today's rally, the debate still rages on, is this a bear market? is this a correction? what exactly is going on? bob pisani on the nyse floor with some -- i don't know who is saying it's a bear market, bob, but whatever. >> we're not there yet. the question is, is this the bottom that we've reached at least short term? it has some of the hallmarks of a bottom yesterday. right about this time we were talking about it. here is the hallmarks of the bottom. you get big volume, and we had twice normal volume yesterday. secondly, you get new lows, new 52-week lows. we certainl
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Jul 6, 2015 1:00pm EDT
. there are several reasons though why, including china, greece and the looming deal with iran. just how low can oil go. >>> much more on those two big trouble spots, klein and greece. does a day like today present buying opportunities in those two countries and here in the seemingly more stable usa. >>> but on greece markets now well off their lows. mary thompson what are people saying down there? >> while we are off the lows as you pointed out, don't get too excited and think that we're past the worst of it we are not. the dow was down 166 points at the worse www.point. right now we're down about 30. vix which popped up 10% at the open is now only fractionally higher after pulling back. this that is a fear index we watch here at the new york stock exchange. the story remains the same. we are seeing a bid in gold a bid in the dollar and we're seeing a bid in bonds today. again, the concerns about greece continue to be at the forefront of traders' minds but again they are waiting to see what happens tomorrow and throughout the rest of the week. china is also a concern and weighing on the
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Jun 28, 2016 1:00pm EDT
global scares in terms of central banks collapsing, china collapsing, oil prices collapsing. we've rallied since there for other reasons. >> look, there is a declining global economy. and indeed in britain our growth forecasts are down. not because of brexit, because actually the economy is not doing as well as we thought, because government borrowing is running way ahead of any expectations. and sterling ends in a declining market, a bear market in july 2014. i actually know about these things. do you know why? because i once had a proper job. >> let's move on a little bit and talk about the fact that the polls were so wrong, which of course they were. there were many more people who were willing to vote for brexit than perhaps the pollsters had realized. do you think there are parallels there with what's happening in the u.s.? do you think there could be more secret trump fans out there? >> i do actually. very interesting, on the morning of the vote one of the most senior figures in the british polling industry said, believe me, if we've got this wrong, the polling industry is fi
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Aug 13, 2015 1:00pm EDT
china central bank weakened its currency for a third day in a row. this time they held a rare press conference, saying it would be a minor devaluation. claims about 10% were wrong and that it is aiming for more of a market based rate. dollar is more than 4% stronger against the chinese currency in three days alone. but we're not seeing the kind of turmoil that we saw for it the past few days. dollar is stronger against the euro and yen as retail sales in the u.s. showed a rebound fueling bets that the fed may actually be on track to raise rates as long as the global market mood stays calm. >>> for more on the big we tail sales report of the day showing 0.6% growth, michelle myer from bank of america. take us beneath the headline. department sales were not great. >> the headline number was robust, 6.6%. auto boosts that total. if you look at a core control number, take out autos, building and gasoline stations, sales were running at 1.3%. if you dig deeper at some of the secto sectors, department store sales continue to be quite weak falling on a year over year basis. this is not a n
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. >> china with an aggressive move allowing more flexibility. it is soars today, as you would imagine, up more than 4%. bob, it's a good rally, but we're not quite getting back what we lost on friday right? >> but if you're not confused about the action the last couple days i don't think you're paying attention. we are down 280 points on friday. at one point today we were almost on the verge of getting it all back. put up that two-day chart. we're basically almost back to where we were. let's not quibble. the point is what's going on? why is this happening? i've asked many traders this morning how to explain the last two days. no alternatives to stocks bob. there's no reason they should have been down on friday. china's going to stimulate other people are saying bob, it's an illusion. no matter what it's true -- i think mand,is right, china has been sending some mixed signals recently. by the same time on friday they came out and banned margin financing, they're saying we're going to keep stimulating, owner saying we don't want a stock market bubble. you can see the shanghai and china
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Dec 22, 2015 1:00pm EST
examples out there as well. then when you throw-in different cultures, which is china and india and sourcing from those locations, mom and pop shops, everybody is balancing cost, delivery and compliance and sometimes compliance takes a backseat. >> very quickly. do you find it curious that as i do that other chain restaurants seemingly have not had this problem and that it is not necessarily unique to chipotle but is focused there. panera doesn't seem to have it. wendy's doesn't seem to have it. they don't sell the same food but they certainly sell lettuce and tomatoes and ground beef. >> yeah. unfortunately, i don't have any insight into why chipotle and why not other vendors. i will say, again, that i feel like in their marketing materials seems to be focused more on quality than a lot of those other ones that you mentioned. but perhaps the mindset of day to day compliance is not engrained as much as it should be or the complex fresh food local supply chain may be a contributing factor as well. >> all right. excellent point. john gray, associate professor of operations at the ohio
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. >> mark keisel of pimco, thank you for your insight. >>> moodys cutting its outlook on china, get morgue negative. what is the credit agency seeing ahead and the person who leads moodys sovereign risk team will tell us in another look live at portland, maine, where presidential candidate donald trump is expected to take to the lectern any moment now. we'll take his comments live as he presumably responds to a stern tongue lashing from mitt romney. >>> black and beedenim co-found he started a second business, a coffee bar, in the same tampa, florida storefront. customers can now sip their joe and shop for clothes at the same time. for more, watch your business sunday mornings at 7:30 on msnbc. our cosmetics line was a hit. the orders were rushing in. i could feel our deadlines racing towards us. we didn't need a loan. we needed short-term funding fast. building 18 homes in 4 ½ months? that was a leap. but i knew i could rely on american express to help me buy those building materials. amex helped me buy the inventory i needed. our amex helped us fill the orders. just like that. another s
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on that. plus, will google delete china in the search engine says the chinese government may have been behind a cyberattack against some google users but can companies really afford to leave the biggest market in the world. >> and the fastest growing big market. plus, another big bond auction minutes away. $21 billion in ten-year notes. and up next, the fast money halftime report. we'll be right back. fithe same tools the pros use, so you can be a disciplined trader. by selecting from eight advanced triggers, your order gets executed, even when you're busy. and with trailing stops to help you lock in profits and minimize risk, you can be confident in your strategy, no matter which way the market moves. find out why more and more active traders are turning to fidelity for a smarter way to trade online. trade like a pro. trade with fidelity. what are you doing...? calling chase sapphire, seeing if we have enough points to stay longer. now? you don't have enough time... and you have to push all those buttons... no buttons, someone answers every time. yeah, right... bet you a massage.
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Sep 4, 2015 1:00pm EDT
before the jobs report. we were weak overnight because japan was weak. now china's closed. no selling pressure, but no buying interest. the market internals, believe it or not the bottom is only average today. not a lot of heavy selling pressure. 4:1 declining to advancing here. look at the s&p futures. overnight session we were trending all the way down. we were essentially challenging the lows from the day. that's right after we opened around 9:30 eastern. sectors, this is not a day for stocks. this is just taking down exposure. the whole market is down 1.3%. i'm a little concerned with the financials. again underperforming. this has happened a couple of times this week. some of the big financial names, your usual big names are below the market again here. now i talked about the fact that they are expecting big things from financials in the third quarter earnings is supposed to be up. this looks like they're trying to anticipate -- they may not be as strong as people were anticipating. of course not surprisingly we see the merchant markets weak as well over a lot of uncertainty abou
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Jul 14, 2009 12:00pm EDT
making a good push toward alternative energy, and china wants a big part of the action. the question is, will protectionism push the u.s. aside and make china the power player for renewable energy? we have a first on cnbc interview with the chair woman of jpmorgan china equities and here is what else is on the power lunch menu. >> goldman sachs just finishing up its second quarter conference call, the company's cfo saying after big capital raises by banks last quarter, a lot more companies need to fix their balance sheets, and we could see a lot of equity issuance through the rest of the year. >> i'm scott cohn in butner, north carolina. bernie madoff was accompanied to pensions, penthouses and villas. now he is making his home here, a tiny cell that may be his home for the rest of his life. >>> i'm jim goldman in cnbc's silicon valley bureau. better than 85% of intel's s business comes from overseas customers. shares are up almost 40% since march with some analysts believing this stock still has time to run. it will prove that point or send investors running. a preview coming up. >>> l
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Sep 17, 2015 1:00pm EDT
chip sector in reports it's in talks to be acquired by china electronics. media names though are among the biggest gainers on the nasdaq. a bit of a halo effect on that cablevision acquisition and we do have a biotech ipo braving fed day. reje regenxbio. >> gold has been pretty steady but oil continues to be under pressure after a nice move up yesterday. jackie deangelis is at the nymex for us. >> good afternoon. oil may have gotten a little ahead of itself on some of those headlines we saw yesterday. so it's not unlikely to see some profit taking today. this sort of fits in with the pattern we've been seeing in oil's wild swings at this point, but having said that, the dollar is a little weaker and commodities would be supported by that, but they're not today and that is because all eyes are on the fed, what action it will or will not take, how that will impact the dollar and that will probably slowly start to trickle in. gold not getting a bid either. traders tell me they don't like it either way, whether we get a hike or we don't get a hike because even if we don't get it today, it'
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Mar 12, 2012 1:00pm EDT
together. mr. griffith to the studio wall, and a big week for economic data. overseas china posting the biggest trade deficit in 12 years. the dow has been up for most of the session 28 points, the s&p fractionally down with same with the nasdaq tech lagging behind a quarter of a percent. oil is lower on the china news and below 107 a barrel. we have nat gas getting hit yet again, warm weather is the key. we've traveled the vix before bouncing back a bit, still down 4%. midday movers, let's talk about deals. medical equipment maker zole is up big up 23.5%. tudo holdings are up 145%. merrill lynch is upgrading the stock and doubling the price target of 14%. both cabot and murphy oil are lower today. energy is one of the worst performing sectors on the day. oracle is down 2% after a downgrade at jeffries. let's get inside the market more with mr. pasani at the fyc. everybody is talking about the tight range, bob. >> the important thing is china, brian. we're up on the markets, but look carefully. you see the more defensive consumer oriented names and the pharmaceutical stocks on the onsid
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Dec 2, 2014 1:00pm EST
standing by. >>> want to talk about china. did you see what happened overnight? up 3%. that is a big move. we are talking 15-month highs. the chinese domestic market. in the middle of the year they started moving up. two things going on. chinese real estate dropping so investors taking money out of real estate and into the stock market and people's bank of china talking stimulus. the shanghai stock exchange 31% up this year. that's hong kong 1.5. look how crazy the difference is. that is because of what is going on in domestic china. mainland china getting easier to invest there. large cap etf the biggest and easiest way to invest in china 30 stocks that trade on hong kong and other places up 3%. the shares that invest in domestic china up 19%. you have to be careful what you are investing in. hopefully these crazy price discrepancies will go away as people make it easier to start investing in mainland china. we have been talking about this for a while now and now able to invest in mainland china if you can have a hong kong office that has a brokerage license. hopefully it will get a lot
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May 21, 2015 1:00pm EDT
flattening out. >>> and two of china's richest men lost billions in just a few hours. we'll tell you who they are and how they did it. >>> but we start with a very rough trip for mcdonald's. protesters have hit the street outside of the company's shareholder meeting. they're protesting low wages. kate rodgers has been monitoring that meeting. the protests and the stock, which as we mentioned is trading down by about 0.8 of a percent today. kate. >> well today was ceo steve easterbrook's first shareholder meeting in oakbrook illinois where he acknowledged mcdonald's challenges and touted his turn-arounds. the biggest takeaway was a clear win for shareholders. one of the measures passed was a proxy access by law. those who have held 3% of mcdonald's stock for three years to propose director candidates on proxy materials. this was a shareholder proposal that mcdonald's did not want to pass but it passed with 61% of shares voted. this is a way to make the board more accountable to shareholders. meanwhile outside of the shareholder meeting, wage advocates for the fast food industry spent
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Jul 21, 2015 1:00pm EDT
companies was number one. week global growth particularly china and secondly the strong dollar. united technologies is sort of the poster child for this. they have problems in europe. europe with problems in otis and china as well. put it all together and a big decline in their guidance. that's the reason why we were on downside. ibm slightly different. a decline in revenues going on for 13 straight quarters. simply put. cannot replace the losses they are seeing in the hardware and to a lesser extent the software division fast enough with the growth areas that, of course are things like what's going on with software services and other areas and, well data analytics and cloud computing. i want to show you what's going on elsewhere here. the big four that were big and have been moving the markets around the last few days. kind of quiet today so we'll move on and note they are not doing too much. finally the s&p has not had a lot of energy until about 10:00 eastern time. the volumes are not energy. 3-2 declining in advancing stocks and it's getting worse throughout the morning. right at t
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Jan 14, 2016 1:00pm EST
slowdown, contagion spinning from china to the rest of the world. i'm mandy drury along with tyler mathisen. >> it's good to be with you. despite the threat and the fear, stocks up a little bit today. it has, however, don't need to tell you this, been a terrible start to 2016. we begin, speaking of terrible starts with dominic chu explaining exactly what contagion means -- >> i don't want to be the bearer of bad news. >> -- where it's coming from, and what it could bring. >> there's all this talk of contagion. we wanted to put it in context to stage and frame the discussion because we are not necessarily there, but we want to show you what happens when it does actually occur. so let's -- first of all, let's put it this way, a lot of different people have a lot of different definitions for what contagion is going to be here, but there are three general themes. one of them is that they start very local, specific to one economy, geography, or an asset class. that weakness goes to bullet point number two here. it spreads to other locations whether it be geographically or assets, and nu
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Nov 9, 2015 1:00pm EST
. the global economy is still weak. overnight china reported that exports in october fell for the fourth consecutive month. and finally, we've had one heck of a run in the last six weeks. the general indices are up close to 10% in six weeks. so we're a little overbought. stocks are a little expensive at this point. take a look at interest rate sensitive stocks. they were hit on friday, again today. that's the reits. home builders there, that third one is the eem, emerging markets, and oddly utilities which was hit notably on friday is not today for some reason but interest rate clearly an issue here. mandy mentioned the department stores. this week the department stores will start reporting. they report on a one-month lag compared to everybody else, so we'll have macy's on wednesday, kohl's and nordstrom on thursday, jcpenney on friday. citigroup was negative on it recently. jpmorgan was negative on the group. noticeable declines here. 4% and 5% for that group overall. finally just note the transports can't get anything going as well. airlines are weak, even the railroads like csx
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May 16, 2016 1:00pm EDT
seeing worse and worse data out of all of the asian economies, not just china. so i question the demand growth numbers. >> india is doing well. theish sue inventory overhang. you have to work off the inventories. >> opec in three weeks. are we going to get a deal in vienna, austria? >> we didn't get a deal in doha, i see no deal -- >> everybody says that they didn't amount to anything. you called it. i called it irrelevant on the air. any big surprises you expect from the opec meeting? >> i don't see the saudis changing their mind right now. if you look at this pain that everyone is in, i think they're ready to blow up opec. >> thank you, ladies and gentlemen. okay. that's a big one. all right. some big oil etfs are on the move today. let's get to dominick chu with an example of some ways can you trade that market. >> so the stocks and rally mode today in the energy related etfs are helping to lead the market higher. funds being used to express energy views in these stocks include spdr. $14 billion in assets. it's the biggest energy related stock out. there another big one that p
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gotten recently. we had the honeywell warning, we had alcoa coming out saying that growth in china hasn't really materialized yet. we have got a dollar that is actually strengthened significantly in the past month, 2.4%. you enter earnings -- >> there is no doubt it is baked in. be a little careful because you don't know exactly why people are positioned once the news event happened. you can have an outsider reaction. i think that's the fed's goal, to go with maximum flexibility and hike without a big market reaction. i think it is worth talking about, a piece that is out there from goldman sachs, this connection between the election and the rate hike. and the idea being that the more it seems like hillary clinton will get elected, the more certain the market gets about a rate hike and that's because there is some fear out there that a trump victory has some sort of economic shock value to it that could upset markets and could cause the fed less likely to increase rates, but the more increased probability of a clinton victory gives the fed more confidence and the market more confidence th
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Mar 14, 2014 1:00pm EDT
ukraine, china, but both major stories having a big impact on your money today and moving forward. we will talk about the possibility of, yes, war. not just cold war, real war in eastern europe and the possibility of a sinking economy in the world's most populous country. >>> new information bringing more experts to consider the possibility behind that mystery malaysia airlines flight 370. that it was not some sort of mechanical failure. clearly, nobody knows yet but phil lebeau is going to catch us up on the latest developments in about five minutes' time. why did that plane fly seemingly for as long as it did after losing contact with ground control? >>> and a very bright future. see how this teenager just won a big prize from google and see how her idea is literally changing the world. she is an amazing young person. she is with us today live. first let's check in with sue with some news on new problems for general motors. >> absolutely, ty. as you know, it has not been a good week for general motors. right now, the stock is up 1.75% but investigators are opening waves of probes in
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brainard, the behind-the-scenes go-to person making deals with europe and china. is any progress being made there? and then, penny for his thoughts, details of an exclusive interview with jc penney's ceo, ron johnson. how long before his grand turn around plan shows results? and a bit of a turn around for the markets. are we -- we are down as we come on the air. sue herera, by 60 points? >> that's right, ty, a modest decline. yesterday when we started here, we were up triple digits, today, both the dow and the s & p lower, profit taking perhaps or something more. let's get the trading action here with bob pisani joins me from the floor. i would say it is a little profit taking. we still have a a lot of data points we still have the employment report out on friday and we'd big triple digit advance in the dow. >> very frustrating to say we are still moving on europe. happenness every day makes people crazy, look at the dow jones industrial average, waiting for spain to ask for a bailout request. it is that simple. 11:15, 11:30, the prime minister of spain came caught and said you l
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Oct 17, 2013 1:00pm EDT
reporting a 4% drop amid a decline in hardware and emerging markets. hardware hit in china which accounts for about 4% of big blue's business. ibm saying it will be dealing with the impact of china's slowing growth over the next couple quarters. ebay gave a disappointing holiday forecast blaming a weaker u.s. economic environment, the cfo telling investors that e-commerce has softened and specialty mattress select comfort lowered guidance blaming the u.s. economy. shares of temper and mattress firm also sagging if you will. in sympathy. speaking of waving red flags, china getting aggressive. robert frank will have shocking numbers regarding global luxury goods and chinese buyers but first what does the u.s.'s biggest foreign creditor think of the debt ceiling deal. cnbc's chief international correspondent michele caruso cabrera has china's reaction. >> the chinese are not impressed. >> surprise surprise. >> there's new commentary published by the government control news agency. it says one of many quotes. politicians in washington have done nothing substantial but postponing once
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Jan 22, 2016 1:00pm EST
, china growth fears, plunging oil, fears about high yield bonds. are sovereign wealth funds to blame? are they the next shoe to drop in bob pisani joins us from the floor of the nyse and mike santoli and jack ber rurouroudj. >> stocks have been dropping all over the world for several weeks and uniformly dropping. telecom stocks are down. stocks in japan are getting hit. they're a huge beneficiary. what cause would explain this effect of stocks coming down around the world almost uniformly? somebody is out selling fairly large portfolios. one possible culprit would be sovereign wealth funds. i'm talking about particularly oil sovereign wealth funds. your saudi arabia, your kuwait, your qatar, those kind of funds. collectively they control about $4 trillion in assets. i'm talking about liquid assets, not illiquid assets. they are known to be under pressure to keep their budgets going, and at this point it's logical to start asking questions about whether they've been big sellers in the last few weeks. unfortunately, they don't put out press releases on this. >> mike santoli w do you ma
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a high level discussion. the other thing is china. the pboc defending the yawn saying unlikely we are going to do serious devaluations. that's the other thing worrying the world. the third thing is bank in europe and bcd draghi saying they are going to do whatever it takes. deutsche bank may do some buying back. that's the third one. finally, the fed. nobody said anything at the fed but basically we're implying right now no hikes for the rest of the year. so big movements overall. >> how are traders taking the bounce this the bank stocks? is it vince convincing in their view? >> no. citigroup is up 12% since the bottom on thursday. we need a three-day rally. we have not had a three-day rally in the dow and snap 500 since december 21st. there hasn't been one this year. right now we've two and a half if you count the fact we have moved off of the thursday bottom. every time we've had a three day rally there has been selling into it the next day. let's see in the next 48 hours if we can get a move up you will see believers. >> we've seen notes from different houses thinking there has
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