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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 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
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 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
CNBC
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
CNBC
Feb 13, 2012 1:00pm EST
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CNBC
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 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
CNBC
Jul 9, 2015 1:00pm EDT
realization that greece is still very iffy and china, the gains yesterday, there's a lot of companies that respect even trading there. some people are saying we don't know what's going on in china. the bottom line is we're keying off of greece and china. we did have very smooth opening at the new york stock exchange. the nyse said that outage was caused by a software rollout that caused communications issues between customers. talk about that later. but it was a strong open as mandy noted. we're drifting lower throughout the day. volume believe it or not is on the heavy side. seems like we didn't lose any business down here at the new york stock exchange. the s&p 500, you can see we started quite strong. we've been slowly drifting lower throughout the day. that's what i'm talking about. though that's a one-year chart. the important thing is we've been drifting lower. big investors vowing to get back into china in a big way. the shanghai and shenzhen indexes, the biggest gain in more than six years for them. 1,400 stocks not trading on both of these exchanges. that's about half of them
CNBC
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
CNBC
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
CNBC
Apr 20, 2015 1:00pm EDT
. >> 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
CNBC
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
CNBC
Jan 4, 2016 1:00pm EST
course. let me go to this side. china's big fall down 7%. they were just talking about it on fast. that was the big scare overnight. the shanghai composite down 7%. shenzhen in the southeastern part of the country down 8%. tensions between saudi arabia and iran, the two real regional powers in the middle east, are they now preparing for direct and open conflict? diplomatic relations severed between the two. other countries pulling back their diplomatic relations with iran. also today, puerto rico's governor only on "power lunch" in the wake of this week's missed payment on some obligations. mandy drury is at the new york stock exchange. melissa joins us from the nasdaq where we're down 2.5%. >> and the key point to know about today's session is the growth stocks, the real winners of 2015, those are the ones taking it on the chin in today's session, the first session of the new year. look at what's going on with the f.a.n.g. stocks. take a look at apple. this could be the turnaround of the day. intraday it hit a low of $102. it's now almost $3 off of that low. earlier in the session we h
CNBC
Sep 22, 2015 1:00pm EDT
? >> you have -- it was one headline. a series of small headlines. we have a six handle on the china gdp. then when he credit suisse coming out with negative reports on the commodities market. and this whole volkswagen thing is a mess. let's look at the s&p 500. we're just off the lows for today. we started down and really haven't had any significant attempts at a rally. take a look at the markets. let's call it trading on the global slowdown again. five to one declining to advancing stocks. that's declining to advancing. materials, credit suisse, their negative comments about the overall market. you can see what is going on with the material names. free port, vale sa, rio tint yoe is down 4%. glencore is down 10%. commodities markets are going to be weak for some time. they took down the ratings on several stocks as well here. oil has been all over the place. look at this oil service. oih is the oil service index. this moved in a 4% range. started down. rallied into positive territory. sold down. this is a 4% trading range, mandy. they don't understand what they want to do. they can't f
CNBC
Apr 6, 2017 1:00pm EDT
most important meeting, president trump's term so far, the one with china's president, xi jinping. the two are about to meet as the president's members-only resort in mar-a-lago, florida. that's where we find kayla tausche. >> reporter: the president is wheels up from washington, d.c. on the way to palm beach, florida, where the high-stakes meeting between the president and his chins countese counterpl be taking place. president xi is expected to arrive in 20 minutes, met by secretary of state rex tillerson. remember, rex tillerson and president xi had a meeting in beijing last month when tillerson went on an asia term when tillerson used the term "win-win" in terms of how he wanted to pursue a u.s./china relationship. it was a phrase directly borrowed from the bay beijing had hoped to approach it. we will see exactly how that changes when the president lands and the two are set to meet for the very first time. president has said it will be a difficult conversation, of course, given all of the criticisms that each government has been lobbing at each other. we're told by the white
CNBC
Oct 16, 2015 1:00pm EDT
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Mar 12, 2014 1:00pm EDT
over china's economy right now. what if china stumbles and maybe falls hard economically? what will happen here? we will talk about how to get on the right side of the trade potentially if that does happen. >>> a major setback for tesla. new jersey says dealers or no deals. the stock took a hit yesterday but today is back on the road higher again. we will talk about that one. >>> plus, dilemma and decision. see how a pharmaceutical company's ceo decided to give a young boy in desperate need an experimental drug. that ceo will be with us today to take us through his painstaking life and death decision. >>> first, to sue at the new york stock exchange. >> look forward to that interview very much. meantime, it has been an amazing run for tesla. up 520% in a year. now that new jersey has become the third state to side with dealerships in their bid to keep tesla out of the market, what does that mean for the future of this game-changing company? phil lebeau is live in chicago with that for us and much more. phil, over to you. >> reporter: in the near term it means that sales of tesla fro
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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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Jul 23, 2015 1:00pm EDT
down in anticipation of perhaps some weakness in china and perhaps not strong numbers in north america. that was not the case. in fact, north america and china were the two profit drivers in the second quarter for general motors and more importantly for investors, margins were above 10% and for the remainder of this year general motors expects business to be even stronger in part because of pick-up trucks in north america. >> our pick-up share in the second quarter was up close to 3 percentage points on a year over year basis. so we continue to see a lot of strong demand for full-size pick-ups, suvs and crossovers. >> to drive that point home think about this. year to date general motors pick-up sales, both full-size and mid-size up 25%. that's one reason why gm is doing so well in north america which we saw in the 2q numbers. >>> eli lilly beat the street. meg tirrell, the company raised its forecast for the year. >> the beat on the adjusted earnings was 16 cents. raise only by 10 cents though. ceo on "squawk box" this morning address what went into that question. >> as we are
CNBC
Sep 14, 2015 1:00pm EDT
slowdown in china and again that's the story today. look at the s&p 500. we started on the downside and basically we've been on the downside. we're at the lows for the day. let's not quibble about a couple points. moderate trading range here b 12 or 13 points. that's a typical days action. look at the market this is the middle of the day. china came out with numbers overnight, retail sales were good but the industrial output missed the forecast. that's where the commodities all come in. we need some volume. we have one of the lighter volume days wee seen we've seen the last several weeks. industrials on the weak china numbers. all these big industrial names, typically down about 1%. the big commodity names. we're seeing copper down today, aluminum, nickel, and zinc, all the base metals down on the weaker china metals. commodity based stocks like nucor. finally even here in the united states, we're just seeing some general lack of buying interest. the volume is not heavy in retail stocks like coach or target or fossil or macy's. not heavy at all. but what you don't have is any real compe
CNBC
Mar 13, 2014 1:00pm EDT
. is it coming from china? new numbers and fresh reporting about the economic situation over there. steve liesman and michelle caruso-cabrera analyzing everything from shipping data to copper for insight on what's really happening behind the great wall, and the transmission mechanism into the global economy. first, though, checking in with sue at the nyse. >> it's a down day. triple digit decline in the dow jones industrial average down about 162 points. take a look, though, at the transports, off better than 1% on the trading day, and for those who follow the dow theory and other theories, the transports are very important, because they tend to confirm whatever move the dow is making, and right now the transports are decidedly negative and the dow is now down 164 points. so a very negative day on the trading floor down here at the nyse, bob, and china is part of that certainly. >> yes. we've been drifting lower, really, almost since the pope look at the s&p 500. sue referenced, china, poor retail sales data, poor industrial data confirms concerns about the slowdown there. later in
CNBC
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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Mar 17, 2010 12:00pm EDT
joins us on his legislation to take a tougher stance on china and its currency. >>> david pogue. he tells the nor'easter to do just that as he keeps tweeting and posting to the web without power or water. he'll explain how a tech columnist survives such a natural calamity. >>> well the advance decline line on the new york stock exchange. advances leading the decliners. let's go to nasdaq and see what the pace is like there. little tighter or narrower margin. 15-0. >>> well, the economic recovery is bracing for a new challenge. weather forecasters say on one-third of the nation should expect major flooding over much of the next few weeks. many neighborhood still under water and still without electricity. janelle cline is in fargo. >> sue, that's right, this area is no stranger to flooding. in fact, it set a record flood last year and thankfully the city was spared to the effort of good sandbags and better protection. this year it will become very close to that record mark. we expect it will hit within a couple feet and big concern to these cities. about 200,000 people between the cit
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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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Feb 4, 2010 12:00pm EST
into context. you're seeing better economic news in the united states. you're seeing growth in china of over 10%. if you're a long-term investor and you want to use this kind of weakness in the market as a buying opportunity. if you're a trader what you want to be doing is watching 1071 on the s&p 500. >> we're at 1072 right now. >> i was going to say, we're almost there. >> we held it on friday and we possibly can hold it today. if we hold it today there's a dead possibility we get a good employment number tomorrow and everyone here will be happy. ? ned riley, let me follow up there. he says the u.s. economy is growing, but so is the u.s. debt and is there a lesson as guy johnson suggested here in the story of europe for the u.s. economy because the debt here as a percentage of gdp ain't so pretty either. ned? >> no, it isn't that pretty, tyler. yeah. we always kind of look at the crisis point and had is a crisis point, obviously, for global finance. we've been through these periods before. everybody worries about the deficit when the percentages are at their maximum. of course, the
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Oct 23, 2015 1:00pm EDT
. i'm tyler mathisen. an interest rate cut by china fueling today's rally. the major averages breaking above some key levels. are we headed higher from here? >>> miners are on the move after china's move, which is fueling a number of stocks and sectors this hour. three smart ways to trade china's rate cut. >>> and look at this map. right there. look at the red. it is turning into the strongest storm ever measured. a category 5 behemoth with 200-mile-an-hour winds and it's heading right toward mexico. we're tracking this very dangerous situation. >>> we begin with the rally on wall street with another big rally. this time it's thanks to a rate cut by china and also some very good earnings right here at home. for the technicians out there, the dow, the s&p, and the nasdaq have crossed above their 200 day moving averages with the s&p now going positive for 2015 joining the nasdaq in that camp. the dow is still negative year-to-date. we're on watch for that as it's up by 106 points right now. the s&p is gaining by 0.8% and the nasdaq is the clear winner, tech is leading the way up by nearl
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Sep 22, 2009 12:00pm EDT
. you're talking about china and india, they would not be held to the same standards. why can't america look at nuclear energy as a viable alternative. france has nearly 80% of their needs meet through clear power. >> mark, are we going to put ourselves at a disadvantage to india and china if we impose costs? >> absolutely not because america has to show leadership in the marketplace. of course those growing economies are going to find ways to leap ahead. that's what they're about. >> maybe it shows a leadership position, but that doesn't exclude the possibility that it makes companies less competit e competitive. >> by america leading and planning for things, ron talks about nuclear. that's a decade away. we have to deal with fossil fuels now. >> guys, good discussion. >> pleasure. >>> facebook. it's up to 300 million users. teaming up with nielsen, the ratings guys. get the latest from facebook's ceo. >>> and in just a couple of minutes, the president meets with china's leader. is it time to get tough or get real when it comes to trade with china? you're watching "power lunch"
CNBC
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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Oct 2, 2012 1:00pm EDT
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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Sep 24, 2015 1:00pm EDT
china's leader heading to washington, d.c. for a face-to-face meeting with president obama. you have pope francis speaking before the u.s. congress earlier to a rapt audience, and also he's now headed to new york. and then you have fed chair janet yellen getting ready to speak about inflation and what else? fed policy. it is her first speech since her news conference last week when the committee decided to hold on hiking interest rates. so will we get any new clues from her today? let's bring in steve liesman. waltz onto the podium. we want to know what yellen has to say today but i'm wondering, so many asset classes are down since she spoke last thursday. i wonder if she had any idea she would have that much ever an fact on the market? >> i think almost certainly the federal reserve doesn't want to see markets go down, certainly not this much, as a result of its policy or its pronouncements, but when the words inflation and monetary policy are in the title of the speech, it says pay attention. i want to go through the kind of possibilities of what -- >> okay. you come behind me. >>
CNBC
Jul 13, 2015 1:00pm EDT
, not to mention another up day in china overnight. bob pisani is at the nyse. >> right now they're holding, 2-1 advancing to declining stocks. the s&p 500, really all the gains were frankly overnight around 3:00 when we got word that a deal was in the making. at that time s&p futures moved 15 points. we have held most of the gains from the open. tech consumer discretionary materials and industry good day for techs. facebook set a new high. buvlg bunch of tech stocks hitting 52- week highs. the greek etf everybody watches was positive and moved into negative territory. largely the belief that it is going to be a tough sell for tsipras and this deal is a long long way from being done. more on that in a moment. metals and mining have been strong. this is a separate story because china rallying in the last several doors has put a floor under these stocks. the steel stocks all the mining stocks are up again today. what's not participating is some of the interest rate sensitive groups. we had a little bit of move up in the 10-year yield. not far from their highs for the year. reits and u
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Sep 8, 2015 1:00pm EDT
the heels of gains in china overnight at the end of the session. we saw a big rally there and strength in europe as there and nikkei, japan's thee kay, only outliar that it erased all of the gains for 2015. today industrials, technology materials and health care among the best performing sectors. industrial sectors getting a bump from a couple of acquisitions, dover corporation is expected to add six cents to its bottom line in 2016, its stock up 4.5% and ge finally getting approval from the european commission to buy alston, the french power company. investors like the news, up 3.5%, still pleau its 52-week high and also, today, we want to note that energy has been a group to watch. see a pullback in oil and the energy sector higher today and that's, of course, contributing to today's rally. >> i think the crude low is 4414 so we've come off the low to 45.22, a full update on what's happening with the crude and energy market overall. thanks a lot, mary thompson. ben willis come out of the shadows and step into the light, senior floor trader with princeton securities group. be
CNBC
Apr 5, 2010 12:00pm EDT
ahead, is there little currency back scratches going on between the u.s. and china? >>> plus -- >> did you get your ipad this weekend? many first adopters say there's nothing like it. which raises a good question. why is apple the only one innovating. >>> ceos before congress. is it a problem? >>> tiger talks at 2:00 p.m. before that darren rovell is talking live from augusta. >>> treasury secretary geithner says the u.s. is delays a report on whether china is a currency manipulator. this comes off weeks of tough talk and rising tensions on both sides. what's behind geithner's decision? chief washington correspondent john harwood has the story. john? >> reporter: this has been an issue as you know that's been roy roiling u.s. politics for some time. the obama administration decided that upcoming meetings in washington and in the rest of the world were other venues in which they could pursue this issue. they decided to put off the issuance of that currency report. larry summers, the white house economic council director over the weekend said it was simply wiser to wait. >> tre
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Feb 18, 2010 1:00pm EST
on the menu. >>> china syndrome, president obama defies beijing's bluster and meets with the dalai lama. is this the right time to flex our muscles with china? our task force says yes. >>> a semiconductor stock not called intel or amd, that's up for more than 180% since the bott bottom. the name and reason their stock's been in the chips, straight ahead. >>> plus -- tiger woods, listen up, our all-stars set to tell you where you should tee it up for the first time and why. [ crowd gasps ] [ announcer ] if you think about it, this is a lot like most job search sites. - they let everyone in, - [ crowd groans ] so the best people can't stand out. join theladders.com. the premium job site for only $100k+ jobs... and only $100k+ talent. >>> welcome back to "power lunch." the house, energy and commerce commit c. have serious questions for wellpoint, in a statement the committee is seeking clarification on i quote apparent inconsistencies for raising rates 39% in california, with the average rate hike 25% for the 800,000 anthem blue cross customers in the state. well point planned to star
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Mar 4, 2013 1:00pm EST
from china notwithstanding tightening when it comes to real estate. some may want it stay with gold and not continue selling here. copper rebounding today despite concerns, sue, that we may not see any more demand coming out of china because of the real estate curves. >> bertha, thanks so much. appreciate it. to the action on the floor of the nyse, unchanged according to the level. bob pisani is here. >> sounds like holiday trading. 40-point range. got down at the open. haven't done much since then. we are near highs for the day, believe it or not. doesn't seem that way. wh what the big losers are, pretty simple. largely commodity names. that's because we have a scare. i'm calling it a growth scare out of china and can you see that today and the dow loses. look at stocks down on the dow. that is big global, industrial and commodity names. all the big global names are weak because of can concerns about china slowing its property market down because that has impacts on potentially commodities all over the world. copper, zinc, steel for example. countries that are commodity bases, all
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Mar 20, 2012 1:00pm EDT
>> josh? >> we are adding dem here. emerging market etf with very little china. >> pete? >> long citi. long citi calls. >> that does it for us. don't forget to catch more "fast money" 5:00 p.m. tonight. "power lunch" begins right now. >> thanks, michelle. we have three hours to go in the trading day. sell it if you've got it. the market's down across the board. oil is lower. the metals getting hit. on the first day of spring, how do you protect your portfolio. ty? >> sue, is this early warm weather this first day of spring going to cool off housing? could it get any cooler? we're going to crunch the home sales data out today and look at whether the spring season may end with a fizzle. >>> game on. it's not just angry birds. mobile gaming is the exploding sector of the video game industry. find out which companies may be set to deliver the next big thing. i'm sue herera with tyler mathisen. "power lunch" begins right now. >>> at the realtime exchange we're seeing a lot of red going on. concern over china, not so hot housing data, both weighing down on the markets. dow down 68. s&p
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May 28, 2015 1:00pm EDT
pay, rather than making their own decisions. is he right? >>> plus china's stock market crashing overnight, tanking 6.5%. the market there has doubled over the past year. is it a bubble still opportunities, is the bubble over? can you make money in china? plus -- >> today's powerhouse is home to three fortune 500 companies. actress halle berry was born here. and it's home to the rock 'n' roll hall of fame. can you name that city? what if there were only one kind of dog? then it would be easy to know everything about that one breed. but in fact, there are over three hundred breeds of dogs. because no one can be an expert in every one... an app powered by ibm watson will help vets tap specialized knowledge in the cloud for every breed... and whatever else walks, flies or slithers through the door. ibm watson is working to make medicine smarter every day. just because i'm away from my desk doesn't mean i'm not working. comcast business understands that. their wifi isn't just fast near the router. it's fast in the break room. fast in the conference room. fast in tom's office. fast in
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Apr 12, 2016 1:00pm EDT
possibly a group of investors, some in china, perhaps one party here in the u.s., may have made a quote, unquote bid to buy integrated device technologies. that sent the shares higher by around 20% at one point. then questions, serious questions arose as to whether or not the bid may have been legitimate or whether or not there were questionable elements to this particular transaction happening. there you can see the shares have come back down. only up about 2.5% now on extremely high volume. that's the way things have set up. we also point out that one of the addresses listed in the s.e.c. filing may not be in a location that's indicative of an investing operation. that has some people calling it into question. again, this is an scc filing. we reached out to the company for a comment. they have said no comment right now. those shares currently up about 2.5%. i want to toss it to ayman javers in washington, d.c. who has worked with the sec with regard to this type of incident. ayman, the question becomes twloo this has happened in the past, can it happen in the future, and what is
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Jun 9, 2015 1:00pm EDT
3.15. meanwhile, check out china's stock market, talking about things that are up up almost 60% this year. new highs. in a few hours from now a major decision will come down that could give the green light for this red hot market to go even higher from here and change the entire dynamic of global investing, and i'm not exaggerating for a change. bob pisani live at the new york stock exchange with the details. hi, bob. >> hello, tyler. today's the world's largest indexing firm msci will rule on whether shares of mainland china should be included in the index's global indexing scheme used by fund managers and etf providers. msci has used shares of stocks china listed overseas but don't include the much bigger stocks in china mainland and end of its inds so. why not? authorities have restricted ownership to chinese citizens but that's now owl changing but the question is whether it's changing enough to satisfy indexers. why is it a big deal? indexers rule the world. many investors are increasingly investing through indices which most are used in the 1,600 etfs traded every day in the u.
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Feb 12, 2013 1:00pm EST
fallout. >> also mead china factor, las vegas rolling out red carpet for chinese new year tourist, which casino stock stands to win big. >> "sports illustrated" swimsuit edition hits news stands today. i bet you already knew that. supermodel kate upton on the cover for the second year running. she's going to join us live here on "power lunch." we don't want to miss that. >> in the meantime, let's check the markets. we have dow 14,000 and climbing as things stand at the moment, apple is weighing on the tech sector. we'll come to that in a moment. kenny pick ari joins us as -- >> director of relations. >> cnbc contributor. maybe pushing it. what levels are we eyeing now. >> 1525 on the s&p is what they are looking at. you can feel they just want to take it there. >> five points away. >> five points away. actually four points away. not a lot of volume but feel the grind going in front of the state of the union address, tomorrow's retail sales number. they are going to spin it as best they can but it's interesting. >> is it possible tore president obama to derail this rally, now that
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Sep 22, 2014 1:00pm EDT
of course emerging markets. we can buy south africa today. there it is. australia, brazil, china and there is the emerging market, the biggest one of them all. finally i want to note here we see weakness in the chinese internet and s&p 500 holding around the 2,000. chinese talks about the idea that perhaps we are not going to do stimulus programs. finance minister and the market sold off largely on those comments. >> i will see you again in a little bit. >> i will have more thoughts on what is coming up. >>> down to washington with breaking news. >> that's right. the s.e.c. is announcing it is making its largest ever whistle blower payout to a person they say living overseas. this payout is going to get to the key issue with the s.e.c. whistle blower program which does it pay enough money to reward financial executives to come in from the cold with tips about financial fraud if they face the prospect of losing the rest of their careers in exchange for cooperating with the united states government into an investigation into a financial firm. so the s.e.c. now saying this is the larges
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Jul 27, 2009 12:00pm EDT
to forge a closer relationship but when it comes to the economy, is china a friend or a foe. >> i'm michelle caruso-cabrera, the government's payczar is supposed to take a closer look at compensation packages at banks that still have taxpayer bailout money so, when it comes to bonuses is a deal still a deal or should you give it back? watch the sparks fly on the power grid. here is what else is on the menu. >>> on the earnings menu, results from verizon, numbers from honeywell, radio shack as well as corning. >> in this care the people, the town hall in kansas city i will have the details. >> all righty. >>> i'm hampton pearson in washington, the u.s./china strategic dialogue gets under way with the president telling china don't count on debt-weary u.s. consumers lead a recovery as the chinese are silent about their concerns about trillion dollar budget deficit. >> let's get to the market action. stocks down, financials the best performers at the moment. oil is stead dirk bond market ready for the busiest week in 25 years. the government needs to borrow a lot of money this week. bib
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Jul 5, 2017 1:00pm EDT
" starts now. >>> north korea ramping up president trump is angry and will china finally step up and help solve the korean crisis your money shaking it off. are earnings strong enough to shrug off increased tension with pyongyang? >>> holy breakdown, a part of the retail world that is absolutely blowing a gasket today. so turn the key, crank it up, "power lunch" starts right now >>> and welcome to "power lunch. the major averages cutting the losses trying to stage a turn around here. nasdaq moving higher trying to avoid a four-day losing streak higher by more than half a percent. energy losing. chesapeake, range resources leading the declines and big between 4% and 6% because crude oil is sinking right now prices lower for the first time in nine sessions by a big decline look at wti. off by more than a buck of 4% to $45.40 tyler? >> thank you welcome, everybody here's what else is happening right now. big deal in the payment business vantik making a $10 billion offer for the uk's world pay group. jpmorgan at an early stage of considering an offer for world pay but now doesn't plan to make
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