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"cana campbell soup" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

04:33 min | 1 year ago

"cana campbell soup" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Furniture and clothing at stores like target, WalMart and Macy's. It's a story by Josh zoom Brin economics reporter at the Wall Street Journal. Josh, what can we expect? Yeah. It's going to be a little bit different this time. I mean previous rounds of terrorists that we've had over the past year they've been focused on things that people are buying directly on. Almost overwhelmingly it's been things like stealing aluminum people don't buy huge amounts of steel and aluminum directly. It's in the products we buy, but you're not buying it directly. And when they initially hit China with tariffs last year, they really focused on the same kinds of products chemicals and turbans and factory machinery, stuffed is really disruptive to some of the businesses that used to stuff, but it did consumers aren't feeling directly, and what's different about this new terror threat. The president has said he's going to raise tariffs against China on about two hundred billion dollars Chinese imports from ten percent to twenty five percent, a huge amount of goods that are going to get hit by this new tariff are consumer goods it is things that people buy it's furniture food items. It's handbags, it's, you know, a payroll, it's it's a really broad. It's it's a really broad amount of things that people buy stores that are going to be in a big way for the first time in this trade war. So do we pay more for those other items? Steal and not actually realize it. Yeah. That's exactly what what's been happening. I mean, the prices of stealing aluminum move have gone up quite a bit. But as a consumer you don't necessarily notice that you know, when they first now stealing aluminum tests. The commerce secretary went on TV, and he held up a buck cana- Campbell Soup. And he said, look, there's only cure three cents of steel in this can you're not gonna and that's right. I mean, it was a hit for Campbell's soup. But you know, the average consumer didn't really notice the price of soup going up because it was a small part of the overall cost of canned soup. So it's easy to miss that. Even though it's very significant for the company that's easy for consumers to miss that. But now when you're talking about putting these terrorist directly on consumer goods, you know, it's not in in a lot of cases have been a couple of products where they did put the tariffs on the product directly. One examples washing machines. They put washing put tariffs on washing machines last year and the price shot up about twenty five percent almost right away. So that the price happened there. It's just with that. Most people won't buy washing machine often. So you don't necessarily notice. So once it hits things that people buy on a more regular basis. It's certainly possible that a lot more people are sending gonna notice the effects of this speaking with Wall Street Journal economics reporter, Josh zoom. Brin species called consumers could be hit as new front opens in U S, China trade fight talk about the latest round of tariffs that could go on Chinese imports scheduled for Friday. So that said could we then hear more consumer outcry? Well, that's going to be the interesting thing to see. I mean, the reason that the administration was a little bit emboldened to take to step is that the economy had been doing really well. You know, consumers or doing well the jobs report has come in. And it's been positive and said he'd ministration has felt like the trade action. So far, you know, they hadn't they still they could they could do bigger things. Now, if they take these actions that does have a bigger economic factor has a market fact, if consumers start realizing why some of the prices at the store or going up the washing machines, even people who noticed the washing machines are more expensive warrant necessarily following closely enough to make the connection that was because of the trade actions. But you know, if people do start to notice if it starts showing up in polls or something like that. I think you would really see the administration have to grapple with with how they're going to carry out their strategy. The hope here be that we see things more expensive. Therefore, we don't buy them therefore China is in shipping as many in there for China's economy is hurt. And there's a a grant agreement. Well, it's it's it's not totally clear. What that indicates is. I mean, one scenario would be that the that the White House is trying to apply a lot of pressure to China to get a really good deal in place. It would eventually mean all these are going to go away. And there's going to be kind of better trading terms with China and US companies will have more ability to sell things in China. That's one possibility. Thanks. Josh. Josh zoom Brin economics reporter at the Wall Street Journal, twenty minutes now in front of the hour on This Morning, America's first news..

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"cana campbell soup" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"cana campbell soup" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Technology advisor today, the U S China trade conflict is headed for America's shopping centers. When the Trump administration began placing tariffs on Chinese imports last year. It cushioned the blow to consumers by targeting items purchased by US manufacturers and other businesses, but the higher tariffs set to go into force tomorrow would apply to items purchased that we buy directly like furniture and clothing at stores like target, WalMart and Macy's. It's a story by Josh zoom Brin economics reporter at the Wall Street Journal. Josh, what can we expect? It's going to be a little bit different this time. I mean, previous rounds of cares that we've had over the past year they've been focused on things that people aren't buying directly on. Almost overwhelmingly it's been things like stealing aluminum people don't buy huge amounts of steel, aluminum directly. It's in the products we buy, but you're not buying it directly. And when they initially hit China with tariffs last year, they really focused on the same kinds of products, you know, chemicals and turbans and factory machinery is really disruptive to some of the businesses that used to stuff, but that it that consumers aren't feeling is directly, and what's different about this new terror threat. The president has said he's going to raise tariffs against China on about two hundred billion dollars Chinese imports from ten percent to twenty five percent. I huge amount of goods that are going to get hit by this. New tariffs are consumer goods. It is things that people buy it's furniture food items. It's handbags it's you know, a payroll, it's a really broad. It's it's really broad amount of things that people buy stores that are going to be in a big way for the first time in this trade war. So do we pay more for those other items? Steal and not actually realize it. Yeah. That's exactly what what's been happening. I mean, the prices of stealing aluminum move have gone up quite a bit. But as a consumer you don't necessarily notice that you know, when they first now, stealing aluminum tests commerce secretary went on TV, and he held up a buck Cana Campbell Soup. And he said, look, there's only three cents of steel in this and you're not gonna and that's right. I mean, it was a hit for Campbell's soup. But you know, the average consumer didn't really notice the price of soup going up because it was a small part of the overall cost of canned soup. So it's easy to miss that. Even though today significant for the company that's easy for the consumers dimiss that. But now when you're talking about putting these tests directly on consumer goods, you know, it's not in in a lot of cases have been a couple of products where they did put the tariffs on the product directly. One example, washing machines, they put washing. They put tariffs on washing machines last year and the price shot up about twenty five percent almost right away. So that the price happened there just with that most people by washing machine off. Often. So you don't necessarily notice. So once it hits things that people buy on a more regular basis. It's certainly possible that a lot more people are suddenly going to notice the effects of this speaking with Wall Street Journal economics reporter, Josh zoom. Brin species called consumers could be hit as new front opens in U S, China trade fight talk about the latest round of tariffs that could go on Chinese imports scheduled for Friday. So that said could we then hear more consumer outcry? Well, that's gonna be the interesting thing to see. I mean, part of the reason that the administration was a little bit in bold into to step is the economy had been doing really, well, you know, consumers doing well. The jobs report has come in and it's been positive and so the administration has about like the trade action. So far, you know, they hadn't they still they could they could do bigger things. Now, if they take these actions that does have a bigger economic effect. It has a market affect if consumers. Start realizing why some of the prices at the store going up. You know, I think the washing machines even people who noticed the washing machines are more expensive warrant necessarily following things closely enough to make the connection that was because of the trade actions, but you know, people do start to notice if it starts showing up in polls or something like that. I think you would really see the administration have to grapple with with how they're going to carry out their strategy the whole peer be that we see things more expensive. Therefore, we don't buy them therefore China is in shipping as many in. Therefore, China's economy is hurt. And there's a a a grant agreement reached. Well, it's it's it's not totally clear. What the indigo is. I mean, one scenario would be that the White House is trying to apply a lot of pressure to China to get a really good deal in place. It would eventually mean that all these cats are going to go away, and there's going to be kind of better trading. Terms of China and US companies we'll have more. Ability to sell things in China. That's one possibility. Thanks. Josh. Josh zoom Brin economics reporter at the Wall Street Journal, twenty.

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"cana campbell soup" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

04:53 min | 1 year ago

"cana campbell soup" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Technology advisor today, the U S China trade conflict is headed for America's shopping centers. When the Trump administration began placing tariffs on Chinese imports last year. It cushioned the blow to consumers by targeting items purchased by US manufacturers and other businesses, but the higher tariffs set to go into force tomorrow would apply to items purchased that we buy directly like furniture and clothing at stores like target, WalMart and Macy's. It's a story by Josh zoom Brin economics reporter at the Wall Street Journal. Josh, what can we expect? It's going to be a little bit different this time. I mean previous rounds of terrorists that we'd had over the past year. They've been focused on things that people aren't buying directly on. Almost overwhelmingly it's been things like stealing aluminum. People don't buy the amounts of stealing aluminum directly. It's in the products we buy, but you're not buying it directly. And when they initially hit China with tariffs last year, they really focused on the same kinds of products, you know, chemicals and turbans and factory machinery is really disruptive to some of the businesses that used to stuff, but they did consumers aren't feeling directly, and what's different about this new terror threat. The president has said he's going to raise tariffs against China on about two hundred billion dollars in Chinese imports from from ten percent to twenty five percent. I huge amount of good that are going to get hit by the tariffs are consumer goods. It is things that people buy furniture food items. It's handbags it's you know, a payroll, it's a really broad. It's it's really brought amount of things if you buy stores that are going to be in a big way for the first time in this trade war. So do we pay more for those other items? Steal and not actually realize it. Yeah. That's exactly what what's been happening. I mean, the prices of steel and aluminum move had gone up quite a bit. But as a consumer you don't necessarily notice that you know, when they first have now, stealing aluminum tests commerce secretary went on TV, and he held up a buck cana- Campbell Soup. And he said, look, there's only QA three cents of stealing. This can you're not going to. And and that's right. I mean, it was a hit for Campbell Soup. But you know, the average consumer didn't really notice the price of super going up because it was a small part of the overall cost of canned soup. So it's easy to to miss that. Even though today significant for the company that's easy for the consumers to miss that. But now when you're talking about putting these tests directly on consumer goods, you know, it's not in in a lot of cases there've been a couple of products where they did put the tariffs on the product directly. One example is washing machines. They put washing. They put tariffs on washing machines last year and the price shot up about twenty five percent almost right away. So the price happened there. Just with that most people don't buy washing machine off. So you don't necessarily notice. So once it hits things that people buy on a more regular basis. It's certainly possible that a lot more people are Sunday gonna notice gifts exodus from speaking with Wall Street Journal economics reporter, Josh zoom. Brin is species called consumers could be hit as new front opens in U S, China trade fight talk about the latest round of tariffs that could go on Chinese imports scheduled for Friday. So that said could we then hear more consumer outcry? Well, that's going to be the interesting thing to see. I mean, part of the reason that the administration was a little bit emboldened into to staff is the economy had been doing really, well, you know, consumers doing well. The jobs report has come in. And it's been positive and said administration has about like the trade action. So far, you know, they hadn't they still they could they could do bigger things. Now, if they take these actions that it does have a bigger economic fact it has a market effect. It consumers. Start realizing why some of the prices at the store are going up. You know, I think what the washing machines even people who noticed the washing machines are more expensive more necessarily following things closely enough to make the connection that was because of the trade actions. But you know, if people do start to notice if it starts showing up in polls or something like that. I think you would really see the administration have to grapple with with how they're going to carry out their strategy with the whole peer be that we see things more expensive. Therefore, we don't buy them therefore China is in shipping as many in there for China's economy is hurt. And there's a a a grant agreement reached. Well, it's it's it's not totally clear. What that indicates is. I mean, one scenario would be that the that the White House is trying to apply a lot of pressure to China to get a really good deal in place. Mid would eventually mean that all these cats are going to go away, and there's going to be kind of better trading terms, China and US companies will have more. Ability to sell things in China. That's one possibility. Thanks. Josh. Josh zoom Brin economics reporter at the Wall Street Journal, twenty minutes now in front of the hour.

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"cana campbell soup" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

04:53 min | 1 year ago

"cana campbell soup" Discussed on KTOK

"Technology advisor today, the U S China trade conflict is headed for America's shopping centers. When the Trump administration began placing tariffs on Chinese imports last year cushioned the blow to consumers by targeting items purchased by US manufacturers and other businesses, but the higher tariffs set to go into force tomorrow would apply to items purchased that we buy directly like furniture and clothing stores like target, WalMart and Macy's. It's a story by Josh zoom Brin economics reporter at the Wall Street Journal. Josh, what can we expect? It's going to be a little bit different this time. I mean previous rounds of that we'd had over the past year been focused on things that people are buying directly on. Almost overwhelmingly it's been stealing aluminum. People. Don't buy the amounts stealing aluminum directly. It's in the products we buy, but you're not buying it directly. And when they initially hit China with tariffs last year, they really focused on the same kinds of products chemicals and turbans and factory machinery is really disruptive to some of the businesses that used to stuff, but it consumers aren't feeling directly, and what's different about this new terror threat. The president has said he's going to raise tariffs against China on about two hundred billion dollars Chinese imports from ten percent to twenty five percent, huge amount of goods that are going to get hit by this new tariff. Are consumer goods is things that people buy its furniture food items. Handbags it's you know payroll. It's it's a really broad. It's it's really broad amount of things that people buy stores they're going to be in a big way for the first time in the strait war. So do we pay more for those other items? Steal and not actually realize it. Yeah. That's exactly what what's been happening. I mean, the prices of stealing aluminum move have gone up quite a bit. But as a consumer you don't necessarily notice that, you know, when they first of now, stealing aluminum terrorist commerce secretary went on TV, and he held up a buck cana- Campbell Soup. And he said, look there's only three cents stealing this can you're not going to. And that's right. I mean, it was a hit for Campbell's soup. But you know, the average consumer didn't really notice the price of soup going up because it was a small part of the overall cost of soup. So it's easy to miss that. Even though today significant for the companies, it's easy for the consumers dimiss that. But now when you're talking about putting these terrorist directly on consumer goods, you know, it's not in in a lot of cases have been a couple of products where they did put the tariffs on the product directly. One examples washing machines. They put washing on washing machines last year and the price shot up about twenty five percent almost right away happened there with that most people by washing machine off. So you don't necessarily notice. So once it hits things that people buy on a more regular basis. It's certainly possible that a lot more people are sending gonna notice gaps exodus speaking with Wall Street Journal economics reporter, Josh zoom. Brin species called consumers could be hit as new front opens in U S, China trade fight talk about the latest round of tariffs that could go on Chinese imports scheduled for Friday. So that said could we then hear more consumer outcry? Well, that's going to be the interesting thing to see. I mean, part of the reason that the administration was a little bit in bold into to step is at the economy had been doing really, well, you know, consumers doing well. The jobs report has come in. And it's been positive and said he administration has felt like the trade action. So far, you know, they hadn't they still they could they could do bigger things. Now, if they take these actions that does have a bigger economic fact has a market fact if consumers. Start realizing why some of the prices at the store going up the washing machines, even people who noticed the washing machines are more expensive warrant necessarily following closely enough to make the connection that was because of the trade actions, but you know, people do start to notice if it starts showing up in polls or something like that. I think you would really see the administration have to grapple with with how they're going to carry out their strategy the whole peer be that we see things more expensive. Therefore, we don't buy them therefore China is in shipping as many in there for China's economy is hurt. And there's a a grant agreement reached. Well, it's it's it's not totally clear. What the indigo is. I mean, one scenario would be that the that the White House is trying to apply a lot of pressure to China to get a really good deal in place. It would eventually mean that all these cats are gonna go away, and there's going to be kind of better trading terms, China and US companies will have more ability to sell things in China. That's one possibility. Thanks. Josh. Josh zoom Brin economics reporter at the Wall Street Journal, twenty minutes now in front of the hour.

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"cana campbell soup" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

04:53 min | 1 year ago

"cana campbell soup" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Technology advisor today, the US China trade conflict is headed for America's shopping centers. When the Trump administration began placing tariffs on Chinese imports last year. It cushioned the blow to consumers by targeting items purchased by US manufacturers and other businesses, but the higher tariffs set to go into force tomorrow would apply to items purchased that we buy directly like furniture and clothing at stores like target, WalMart and Macy's. It's a story by Josh zoom Brin economics reporter at the Wall Street Journal. Josh, what can we expect? It's going to be a little bit different this time. I mean when previous rounds of that we've had over the past year been focused on things that people are buying directly. Almost overwhelmingly it's been things like stealing aluminum people don't buy huge amounts of steel and aluminum directly. It's in the products we buy, but you're not buying it directly. And when they initially hit China with tariffs last year, they really focused on the same kinds of products, chemicals, and turbaned and factory machinery is really disruptive to some of the businesses that used to stuff, but it did consumers aren't feeling directly, and what's different about this new terrorist threat. The president has said he's going to raise tariffs against China on about two hundred billion dollars of Chinese imports from ten percent to twenty five percent, huge amount of goods that are going to get hit by this new tariff are consumer goods it is things that people buy it's furniture food items. It's handbags, it's, you know, a payroll, it's a really broad kids. It's really broad amount of things if buy stores they're going to be in a big way for the first time in the street war. Do we pay more for those other items? Steal and not actually realize it. Yeah. That's exactly what what's been happening. I mean, the prices of stealing aluminum move have gone up quite a bit. But as a consumer you don't necessarily notice that, you know, when they first now, stealing aluminum tear commerce secretary went on TV, and he held up a buck cana- Campbell Soup. And he said, look there's only three cents of steel in this can you're not going to. And that's right. I mean, it was a hit for Campbell's soup. But you know, the average consumer didn't really notice the price of soup going up because it was a small part of the overall cost of Joe it's easy to miss that. Even though today significant for the companies, it's easy for consumers to miss that. When you're talking about putting these terrorists directly on consumer goods, you know, it's not in a lot of cases couple of products. They did put the product directly. One example examples washing machines. They put washing washing machines last year and the price shot up about twenty five percent almost right away. With that by washing machine. Oh, necessarily notice. So once it hits things that people buy on a more regular basis. It's certainly possible that a lot more people are sending going to notice the effects of this speaking with Wall Street Journal economics reporter, Josh zoom. Brin species called consumers could be hit as new front opens in U S, China trade fight talk about the latest round of tariffs that could go on Chinese imports scheduled for Friday. So that said could we then hear more consumer outcry? Well, that's going to be the interesting thing to see. I mean, part of the reason that the administration was a little bit emboldened to to step is that the economy had been doing really, well, you know, consumers doing well. The jobs report has come in. And it's been positive and administration has trade action. So far. You know, they hadn't they still they could they could do bigger things. Now, if they take these actions, it does have a bigger economic market of fact, if consumers start realizing why some of the prices at the store are going up the washing machines, even people who noticed machines are more expensive necessarily following closely enough to make the connection because of the trade actions. But you know, if people notice it starts showing up or something like that. I think you would really see the administration have to grapple with with how they're going to carry out their strategy the whole peer be that we see things more expensive. Therefore, we don't buy them therefore China is in shipping as many in there for China's economy is hurt. And there's a a a grand agreement reached. It's not clear. What is I mean? One scenario would be that that the White House is trying to apply a lot of pressure to China to get a really good deal in place. Eventually mean that all these cats are going to go away, and there's going to be kind of better trading terms, China and US companies will have more ability to sell things in China. That's one possibility. Thanks. Josh. Josh zoom Brin economics reporter at the Wall Street Journal, twenty minutes now in front of the.

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"cana campbell soup" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

08:12 min | 2 years ago

"cana campbell soup" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Iowa. Is talk radio. Gene pastula joins us here. We haven't had talked to you here. Live for a couple of weeks, gene? In a long time. I feel like I'm a little out of practice here. So I hope you know, you remember where we left off last time. I was trying to think I think it's something to do with long term care. Now, I talked to before you came in about the couple of different types that are available to people one has to do with on this link to benefit which has to do with life insurance is another component has to do with annuities. We talk more about that after the bottom of the hour. But first of all anything new in that regard. Well there. You know, it's always it's always Morphing and changing and the companies are trying continually try to find ways to. To improve you know, what they're selling. And they have to fight the the interest rate battle and all the rest of this half. But what's interesting is is that it is it is becoming a a more significant part of the financial planning practice. I was visiting with some people live out in Catala valley Palm Springs, and I was visiting with a group of financial guys. During the last couple of weeks or so. Yeah. And. And a few of my neighbors, and what have you in conversation and the subject comes up a lot more than it than it used to. Now. I don't know maybe it's just because I've at a place where there's a lot of old people or older people. And you're here is more. People you hang out with her getting. But so so you're here you're here to think in that context. One is you know, you always hear about the person who's and we have a very dear lady friend. It is now in hospice. Okay. So, but she's in hospice inner who'll minute she's been that way for about six or eight months in hospice. Yeah. They do they'll do that. Now in in that kind of situation where it's not like just imminent, but they'll connect and then the hospice person will come in and set medication and that type of thing controlled. But then then they still have to have, you know? I mean somebody's gonna take care of that person twenty four seven and she's in her home and live by themselves. No, that's the interesting thing. It's her husband. There. But he is a really nice person. But when it comes to domestic things and caregiving. He is sorely lacking. I would be lacking. Well, I mean, like even open at Cana Campbell Soup for. I know it really is is really is. He's a really nice guy. But it's pathetic. Anyway. That actually is so. Yeah. Well, I get it. Yes. But but the interesting thing is there. So he has a caregiver come in. And she's there. I guess it's a she. Look, basically all day, and she takes care of the house that she takes care of the lady and prepares food and all the rest. So does does all the stuff that a normal? You know, one of the spouse or both of the spouses would take care of these should be able to do. Well, how old is the guy? Seventy two or seventy four able bodied. Okay. All right. But anyway, so what he's done is. He's chosen to have this stuff. That's exactly. It's not cheap. It's not cheap an army. I guess he's got plenty of money. Hopefully, but if she doesn't if she doesn't pass away pretty soon. The bills are gonna run up. I mean, they're already up in. I'm sure into the hundreds of thousands of dollars. Oh, boy, I'll be over a hundred thousand dollars at and and that's just in in six or seven months time. But but he's got like the quivalent of two full time people because that lady is there from early morning till you know, she puts everybody down or who puts the lady down for the patient down for the night. Right because and then you have probably have to have somebody else. I don't know. I don't think that he I think he's able to handle the ladies asleep. Who do need xactly some of them do? But I mean, it's it's it's definitely if you have if you have the equivalent of nursing home situation in your home, you're looking at two full time people that's one hundred and twenty hundred and forty thousand dollars a year. Oh easily. Yes. So anyway, that that's an extreme example of of someone, but then. I was had breakfast with a gentleman that I it was an old friend or business associate that. I just became aware of that lives around the corner from me. We we met for my wife bet his wife. Connection to the way we met for breakfast the next day yesterday and. And he was and he was telling me that that he that they have both long term care insurance for the both of them. I mean, they're pretty they're very well off. But I don't know why I was surprised, but in the past I didn't hear people say about it or bring it up or anything like that. And now, I'm hearing it more and more. So it is a is a big deal because people are experiencing. Friends and associates and and. Relatives that are you know, going through this and having long term caravans very expensive and the statistically of all the things that you can ensure for. It's the. Most likely to happen. I mean, statistically it's over fifty percent. Over fifty percent of the people out. There are going to need some form. Yes may not be for five years. If you're able to purchase insurance product. Let's say in your ear and hear fifty or sixty or even seventy. You're still capable of qualifying because your health is. Yeah. You don't have any obvious things that are going already that are set up to take you in that direction. Your your statistics. A little bit better. Because that that fifty or sixty percent that are gonna need long-term care encompasses everybody that includes those which would not be able to qualify for insurance now. So those of us who qualify for insurance. And I'm proud to say, I'm single one of them. You still qualify. You'll qualify. Wow. I lost that off. I'm sorry. Amir back. There are many things I don't qualify or. But that's still at any rate. So this statistics, for example for myself would be maybe forty percent forty percent still pretty high. I mean, if I had a forty percent chance of winning the lottery I'd be there every day.

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"cana campbell soup" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

08:36 min | 2 years ago

"cana campbell soup" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Tomato soup that makes the best like what's not. It's not really a great. But it's a liquid for for the. For the start cabinet just enhances flavor, and it's just Rick consistency. Every year until the story the house that I used to live in my cousins lived there. And it was the first time ever. I went to someone's house who would add milk to their tomato soup. No, I besides water, and it really gave it some consistency. Makes it a little richer. Yeah. That was good. All right. Let's go to Jerry in homestead. Hey, jerry. Good morning. Welcome to Katie KYW radio. How're you doing? I don't I don't have any recipes. But I am a booklet I bought at a flea market here a few years ago. So it's all tatters over fifty years old Russia was put up by Campbell's ain't got you know, hundreds and hundreds of recipes are there. There's an auto very big book is probably guess about five six inches wide, maybe eight inches long spiral. But they've got all the things you can do with leftovers. There is such an interesting book because like I said anybody author scavengers like I might want to keep their eyes open pulled that Campbell's broke out. Maybe even. Call candle Campbell's and ask him to republish that book. There's so many things you could do with celery soup and in all of the soups. I mean, you wouldn't believe it, you know, you've got hundreds of hundreds of recipes. That's all I wanna say, rob. All right, Jerry, thanks, buddy. We they could probably get that online. Now, I would imagine. But look at what it did for the Campbell's business back fifty years ago when that book was published it gave people a whole new whole new outlook of soups. They use fort. How would help Campbell's business? But now, I think that you could get those recipes online on the Campbell's website Campbell's has them. But there's not. Not to the extent is what the books have still the cookbooks. Have the most stuff really in them and air something about it where you can take that cookbook and be there in the kitchen, or if you're looking with a tablet or a phone. I mean, it's next to who knows what's gonna. You could see him either tomato soup. I mean, you can ruin a book to but didn't cost you eight hundred dollars replaced. So, you know, there's something about me in particular. I still like just having a physical book like even a cookbook, I can make notes in it. And that's something. That's that's there for the for the kitchen, and it'd be neat. Republished one of those kind of books one of these old books, you know. And maybe maybe it gets done in both you you have a paper version and the digital versions. He catch both people, you know, people that want him at no. And sometimes there's recipes that are lost over the years to things like, yeah, I'm sure, you know, through the years cream of celery soup is probably dropped off, you know, because people really, you know, the people that were making it, and then kinda fades off and people don't really see many recipes for so when you bring out something from the past the people tried people try them out, and they say this is really good and revive some things that people just kind of forgot about salary itself. It I love the taste of salary, but it can overpower the other ingredients in any recipe that you have so. Yeah, you wouldn't believe it. But it. Does. Yeah. And so you you what it's nice for salary. Really? I mean, you get that little bit of that that that particular flavor, but also a crunch into it gives your mouth something to take chicken salad. We put salary because you get that crunch in there that you're looking for instead of just, you know, just just just kicking a man as wooden taste, right? Which is like on us kind of like sit in the background. But if you put too many in then they overpower the other ingredients that are kind of mold into the food itself. So the flavor gets stronger as right ages, and as it sits in the refrigerator, and so tends to overpower if you do too much today, I tend to think too that sometimes people were afraid to overseas that they you know. No. It's a good cook. As a cook you have to just for your own flavors and tastes with the seasonings that you use. Yeah. Yeah. You definitely you. You wanna make sure you do what you what you what you like. And I wouldn't be afraid to overseas. And if you're not, you know, I know you wanna taste the food in the background. But sometimes not enough. You don't even Hance the fillet because what seasonings therefore is enhanced the flavor of it, you know, and give you something different personality to the food. But it's an Hanson. You're not supposed to just taste the seasoning. But you have to have enough of it or you don't you know, or your food. Just tastes bland. You don't really get the full flavor doesn't enhance the flavor of the food. And you don't get that full fact of and it's a natural way to bring the flavors that you want using using the natural ingredients. Yeah. And when you get into more different different spices, other than just salt, you're able to cut down your salt. But still have a flavor in the background something a little more powerful. You know, what doesn't sell the way it used to it all and then it's a good thing is MSG. I don't think anybody uses them as g anymore to enhance flavor. The way they used to. It's up to chemical. Yeah. It's like a really came from the Asian markets where it started, and it's a version of salt. So, but it's no people have cut down on a way a whole lot. I don't even know if we sell like just MSG. I remember if we carry it anymore. I can buy ammunition ingredients we can purchase that stuff in which we do not. But. You know, what the trends have been going towards the more natural not created in a lab, something, you, can you know, just is it a good thing. Sure. It is. Of course. It is. Okay. Of course, it is. When you look when you compare to how the here compared to Europe, you know, people say, you know, while they tend to be larger in the United States. And while if you look at what we're eating they're eating stuff. That's more natural more grown stuff that they've prepared. They're not eating out the controlling what they're what they're cooking. And when you come here. It's more fast paced boxed meals things that sit on the shelf. I mean, you know, you can get potatoes. But they've been on this. They can sell for two years, you know, a fresh potato cancer offer two years. So there's something in there to preserve it and the more. We we eat that stuff. You know, there's gotta be something to it where you know, the health benefits of what they what they have in some of the countries in Europe. Or around the world compared to here. And you look at the way they're eating and how much they're how much compared or as near see a big difference in, and you know, you can start to recognize that. And we are starting to recognize that and the main in getting and it's not the manufacturers forcing us to that. It's the consumer which is a good thing that consumers forcing the manufacturers change whether dictating the market. Yeah. And they're listening. Yes, there listening. I've been listening for about ten minutes. You guys are on a roll. I just didn't want to interrupt you. So basically, it's this ad for seasoning. It's it'd be like a sauce or two based. That's why people use Campbell Soup for their recipe chicken breasts, take being Salisbury, steak, whatever. Well, there's ingredients in there that you don't you don't have to buy individually it's already in there. And it's just like do realize someone how smart they were many years ago who worked for Campbell's soup and said, you know, we have salt pepper this that whatever in this. So if we kind of tell people one-size-fits-all, you grab a can of soup you won't have to buy all of the other stuff. You wonder if if you if you took Aquinas Campbell's tomato soup that was made in nineteen fifty say input besides Campbell Soup. Eighteen gotta be identical. See that's what I would think. Sure. Her have the adjusted it with people's tastes. I don't know. We'll get down to the Andy Warhol museum and get a camp cana- Campbell Soup from the great Andy Warhol museum from nineteen fifty and we'll see, but I'm even the packaging really hasn't changed much that probably changes like tomato soup the variety of tomato taste different. That's the only thing that could really alter it. They all know, you can't have the same Tim, you know, as the seasons. Go in the dirt changes and techniques techniques, really farm, and it's really changed and part of that. But other than that. I bet I bet you go through when you see the seasonings are the same. You might see some less salt. And that's just a consumer demand. But other now, you probably don't see my some back in the day scratching, Dan, you know, furniture. Well, they used to have cans at various grocery stores when I was growing up if they were dented you get like a few cents off. So my dad would load up on all these cans with Denson them. And I can remember my mother said are you sure this is good for them? And my dad have. A few drinks to the kitchen table would say just let them have until they glow in the dark. It was always looking to save money. Loved that guy. All right. We'll take a break. We'll come back one more segment. John frank. We're going to get right back to your phone calls as well. And we're going to draw some lucky listener before the top of the hour. Gonna take home a twenty five dollar gift certificate for falling in with your Campbell Soup recipes on Katie k radio the.

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"cana campbell soup" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

CNBC's Fast Money

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"cana campbell soup" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

"Able to adapt to survive and thrive against faster growing food related rivals. At least for right now, it looks like the new food trade is outperforming the old food trade back over to you guys. All right, down Bank. In the newsroom question here, what was the last time Tim, you open cana- Campbell Soup. Let's see. Probably when I kick the slats out of my cradle. I don't know. It's been a long time. And when was the last time you ordered in. Free nights ago. All right. So does that encapsulates straight? No. I mean, I love Campbell Soup. That chunky stuff that you get the can opener. Yuping that stuff. Put it in for about thirty seconds. No, I don't put the cannon to microwave out the right person. Of course, the right person. They are turning a corner that trying to make it a more healthier food choice. And I'm sure we've eaten stuff from Campbell's that's not in that Campbell's jar or can I should say. So there's been, there's the sauces, there's this that foods. So there's a lot of other aspects then the one that we all know she and wolf. Yeah. I mean, listen, it's the changes where you're gonna make money in stocks. So when this company starts to turn things around, that's the unanticipated change. So now I've got an activist in there. They are potentially going to change things. So you know to me this value trait. Oh, see. How did that book. You're on your Campbell Soup to turn it around. I do it, I think, well, I think percents June, I think it's apples and oranges. Ultimately, this is the mechanism for possibly getting your tomato Kangai, but but ultimately, I think it tells you who owns the consumer is who gets the valuation and the multiple in grub hub while it seems silly. Ultimately, these guys clearly control the consumer you would rather I would rather play that game as well. We just there you go, don't fade. It's the wrong on this one out. They call them the people that get the grub that calm grubs. So. Listened to the, they call them the grubs drugs up thirty five percent year over year. So Tim's point the valuation on a price earnings multiple seems high, their growth in terms of grubs and other metrics, make sense. So I think you can actually stay with this little grubs live in my lawn. I wasn't. Campbell and being square has a food delivery business of its own. And that's one hundred and thirty three percent year to date still long. All right. Campbell's expected report earnings later this week in the options market is implying some pretty interesting moves on the results. Let's get to my coke in San Francisco with more, hey, Mike, there. Hi there. Yeah. So this was a name that did see double the average call volume today, and it's also implying pretty big move specially for consumer staple food stock, like Campbell's implying a move of about eight percent one way or the other by after they report earnings. What's interesting those we saw some longer dated call by and we saw a large purchase of the January forty, five call somebody paid a dollar and a quarter for five thousand of those. So that's making bullish bet that the stock is going to be higher than forty, five dollars, but at least the dollar twenty five that they pay that's up about sixteen percent or so from where the stock currently closed. And the other interesting thing I would point out about this from a price earnings perspective, Campbell's cheap on an enterprise value base. It's not as cheap because they've taken on a lot of debt and last couple of years. So I think using options to make a bullish on this because probably the best way to play it. Let's bring Mike in on this. Oh, sure. Non about sue. Would you rather Campbell Soup or grub headline. You know, I kind of like Campbell Soup simply because there is a bit of leverage on the balance sheet and there's room for improvement. It is trading relatively cheap on a price to earnings basis. Not a lot of things right now trading about fourteen times. And of course we're talking about Scott soup in the name, but it's only about a third of their revenues. So you know Cape Cod, chips, things like this. There's a lot of places where people are still consuming their products and they have room for improvement. And I think that's what Dan Loeb's playing for and that's why I would to. All right, Mike, thanks my colleague, San Francisco, really not a grub options action. Check out the full show Friday, five thirty PM eastern time up..

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"cana campbell soup" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"cana campbell soup" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"And he also knows at george bush to a thirty percent tariff on uh and it didn't go anywhere in eighteen months cohen he's gotta get together with our friends and allies who all face the same problem put pressure on the chinese jointly because he can't do this individually and force the chinese to reform their practices but it's not it's not an easy task it's not as easy as waving your hand and putting tariffs on a whole bunch of other of countries that are not the problem well we tried this and two thousand into we lost more jobs in this country as a result of it that had been employed in the steel industry because people and companies that use steel lost their jobs because those companies became noncompetitive it has a ripple effect the price of this will be borne by individual consumers by americans buying products at the supermarket at cana campbell soup uh it's interesting reduces always going to go up a penny and would you do that the saved the steel industry if that's going to go up a penny the cost of your pepsi's going to go up a penny the cost of your car is going to go up look these goods are inputs into lots and lots of things at the consumer level at the industrial level it will raise prices overall your life will become more expensive because you're protecting these companies who aren't doing a good job in the world market all right here's with joe manchin said some democrats are in support of this and a lot of bukeye at a steel worker on today's hey losing executive in his union he said he's their love and this is what the president promised and he didn't vote for president trump cut seventeen national tsang follow the money that's what's talking here the people at main street or saying we got devastated we got hurt we've lost good jobs benefits we can't compete when you have china producing fifty percent of the world steel you have the united states of america basically as consuming the largest importer of steel put the dots together.

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"cana campbell soup" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"cana campbell soup" Discussed on KOMO

"To be a big deal an aluminum no date has not only been closed for a while it's been closed for years it's it's it's been scaled way back for years so bringing this industry back to those states at the at the level that the president would like to see in that he's calling for is not as simple as just turning to sign around on the door from you know close your business to hey we're open again so in the meantime these companies are going to have to do something to subsidize to get them to get them back to you know one hundred percent production and there will be some dependence still on foreignmade product and that is going to be more expensive and when it gets more expensive to make something it only stands to reason that cost is passed on to whoever is buying something in in a lot of cases we're talking about consumer products before what should go we all know politics so there's do as well the politicians love props to make a point in on cnbc earlier today a cana campbell's soup and a cana cocacola used as props to support the president's position by wind wilbur ross tell us about that naturally he repairing look at this can of soup and look at this can of cocacola where he says the amount of aluminum that's he used to make either one of these things is going to result in a cost to consumers increase of less than a penny and he says you know is re is that that big a deal and you know if you're buying that kind of coke or you're buying that kennedy chicken noodle soup no it probably isn't that big a deal but think about somebody who's buying a jet engine or somebody who's making a tank for the military we're talking about a lot more material here and a lot more of an increase that is passed on to the people who are buying these things and in the case of like the military who buying behind these things the taxpayers and that is what is uh by the way wilbur ross if you don't know is no secretary of commerce always do.

"cana campbell soup" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"cana campbell soup" Discussed on KOMO

"A point and on embassy earlier today cana campbell's soup and a cana cocacola used as props to support the president's position by one wilbur ross tells about that naturally he we look at cannes of soup and look at this can of cocacola where he says the amount of aluminum that he used to make either one of these things is going to result in a cost to consumers increase of less than a penny and he says you he's re is that that big deal and you know if you're buying that kind of coke or you're buying that candid chicken noodle soup no it probably isn't that big a deal but think about somebody who's buying a jet engine or somebody who's making a tank for the military we're talking about a lot more material here and a lot more of an increase that is passed on to the people who are buying these things and in the case of like the military whose buying of these things the taxpayers and that is what is soup uh by the way wilbur ross if you don't know is the secretary of commerce always duty connect with abc's daria albinger she joins us from new york daria thanks so much crankier i know how it's going to affect you you've got you've got a cream thing i know you and you're ready whip he got very fragile one explain that loving it you love to go to the refrigerator and just give us out of the korean right that's that's right a lisa heavily grantham at levin this greatly magnus can opera let's talk some nice set up what's dogs the mariners baseball four g winners over the brewers today in arizona marco gonzalez nice star by the lefty three innings alleges three hits no earned runs hockey fans in seattle give.

"cana campbell soup" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"cana campbell soup" Discussed on WCTC

"And family do it safely and enjoy yourself all right let's get to our jersey first segment for today where we begin with a jersey story kind of get people talking about some things that are happening here and it has to do with one of the real i guess you'd call them a cornerstone company a quarter stone business here in new jersey are they are the foundation of our entire state is built on the backs of some very big wellknown corporations and brands that people have known for years and loved for years you know johnson johnson comes to mind right away as be one of those sorta cornerstone businesses and and cornerstone companies here in new jersey while campbell soup is another one of those in my opinion of course a from camden is where they all got started and a very interesting um impact in an interesting effect that was had on their revenue for the quarter that went by and it has to do according to the to the company the high price of carrots yes carrots that they use to make soups apparently the price of carrots because of the bad weather issue in california which i guess or continuing a that they have like a a couple of giant storms that i thought there was no more drought there but i guess it is continuing along but campbell soup reporting some very disappointing earnings in the quarter gone by and they say they blamed that on the higher cost of carrots as part of the reason why the revenue in the earnings weren't that great as well as the sinking sales of broth and canned soup now i don't know about you when it's a cold chilly winter day and maybe and not feel in my best there's something very special about cracking open a cana campbell soup maybe there's just two other there's a lot of other competition in the.

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