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"ceo salaries parak" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

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"ceo salaries parak" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

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Five hundred up ten percent Nasdaq is up six tenths percent the benchmark ten year interest rate at the moment down at one point seven four percent the European Central Bank sat tight today leaving interest rates alone to give more time for stimulus to prod along the faltering euro-zone economy in the US caution light when it comes to durable goods orders in September which fell half a percent more than expected to explain. That's welcome Jeffrey Cleveland the chief economist at paid in in Re goal to the New York Bureau today's normally in Los Angeles good to see you great to see you David we did get orders for expensive long lasting goods in America durables doesn't look so good durables can be a monthly you know noisy series so that is something to keep in mind however we do I think would have a dichotomy a two-speed economy as we've talked about before on the one hand business investment is we can has been weak and that's what we see I think reflected in the data this morning manufacturing the industrial side has has weakened due to in part tighter interest rates from the Fed but also the trade war on the other hand the consumer still holding up we saw initial claims this morning did initial jobless claims they're down a little bit fewer people signing up for the first time for unemployment benefits right and we watched that because we is it as a proxy for layoffs and we don't WanNa see layoffs creeping up if layoffs creep up that's usually a sign that the economy is about to take a turn for the worse we don't see that right now layoffs are still low so that's good news for the US consumer at the chief economist at paid in Regal in Los Angeles. Jeffrey Cleveland thank you thank you these purity's and Exchange Commission in Washington has started an investigation into India's second largest company Infosys is the software giant that does a lot of work outsource from the West a whistleblower complaint alleges unethical accounting practices the BBC's Jug Deep Cheema has more from Mumbai this comes after an anonymous group called implies complained to the company's board and the US Securities and Exchange Commission alleging accounting and management misconduct to boost short-term revenues and profits the complaint centered around the firm CEO Salaries Parak- allegedly rushing through launch deals before they receive the required authorizations India's earn more doc it regulator the Securities and Exchange board of India is also looking into the matter Infosys stock is down fifteen percent this week.

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