5 Burst results for "Christopher Mar"

"christopher mar" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

04:27 min | 2 years ago

"christopher mar" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Better shore has today's corporate weather report I guess it's hurricane season because apparently it's real windy up in corporate America we are experiencing more had wins than expected in our fourth quarter as well as some carryover terra from currency related happens into twenty twenty Jim Hackett CEO Ford Jim Laurie CEO of Stanley black and decker among the eighteen companies facing headwinds just today I mean they're facing challenges there's things that are coming up in the future that they could see that could potentially derail their business Jessica Caldwell is with admins now this mass winding this is not a coincidence Christopher Mar is chairman of ocean first bank and financial court it reflects what we're seeing in the economy in the reporting on the economy over the last probably six to nine months so take a look at Ford for example Charles Chesbro is senior economist with **** automotive he says one of Ford's had wins is that they've had to spend more on incentives to get people to buy twenty nineteen models because we're late in a late stage of this economic cycle the demand for vehicles is really a little bit weaker that was a few years ago although it's quite high the car industry's been recovering from disaster just as the economy at large has been expanding for ten years what goes up must come down or if it's not coming down it's at least just slowing down for a little bit as for Stanley black and decker one of big head winds it's facing is another challenge you'll see all over the economy Tim wise covers building products and bared Stanley black and decker imports parts and products from China they use them to make tools and appliances here the terrorists are costing them two hundred million dollars this year you know you're seeing in things like plumbing you're seeing it in four in cabinets where these these terrorists are having an impact of course sometimes a head wind is a company's own doing Twitter for example mentioned headwinds in its earnings report referring to revenue product issues long story short a bug led to Twitter using users data without permission and they had to shut down some ad targeting that's not an economy wide head wind that is just good old fashioned shooting yourself in the foot in New York I'm so Rivanna short for market place on that topic of head winds and maybe shoot yourself in the foot a little bit vice president pence gave a speech today the subject of which was writ large China one year ago this month I spoke about many of Beijing's policies most harmful to America's interests and values its military expansion the vice president said religious persecution also the building of a surveillance state and also to China's arsenal of policies inconsistent with free and fair trade including tariffs quotas currency manipulation forced technology transfer and industrial subsidies now says the leap same same I must tell you that in the years since my Hudson speech Beijing has still not taken significant action to improve our economic relationship and on many other issues we raised Beijing's behavior has become even more aggressive and destabilizing two things about the V. P.'s speech today one it was actually a less aggressive than the Chinese beach misspent gave a year ago to which you referred and perhaps related there are still plans for the two sides to sign what is being called a phase one of a trade agreement I guess you'd call it in the next couple weeks okay back to corporate meteorology here for a second sometimes you can see the head winds coming and nowhere more so lately than Boeing and it's seven thirty seven MAX induced troubles today though the plane maker had some unexpectedly heavy turbulence the CEO of American Airlines told investors and reporters he is frustrated with Boeing and it's kind of part of southwest one on TV to say we are not happy with the company's jet provider southwest which flies Boeing seven thirty sevens Max's and otherwise exclusively is looking at diversifying away from Boeing which means perhaps buying planes from Airbus right the other big provider how easy is that just pick up and switching a product line marketplaces got on his that'll subways CEO Gerry Kelly told C. N. B. C. this morning that his board wants him to explore shopping around to a supplier that's not Boeing which really means Airbus as a strategic question in two senses are they the right partner going forward number one but number two the wisdom of having one aircraft tied itself was baiser.

"christopher mar" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:32 min | 2 years ago

"christopher mar" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Better shore has today's corporate weather report I guess it's hurricane season because apparently it's real windy up in corporate America we are experiencing more headwinds than expected in our fourth quarter as well as some carryover terror from currency related happens into twenty twenty Jim Hackett CEO Ford Jim Laurie CEO of Stanley black and decker among the eighteen companies facing headwinds just today I mean they're facing challenges there's things that are coming up in the future that they could see that could potentially derail their business Jessica Caldwell is with admins now this mass winding this is not a coincidence Christopher Mar is chairman of ocean first bank and financial court it reflects what we're seeing in the economy and the reporting on the economy over the last probably six to nine months so take a look at Ford for example Charles Chesbro is senior economist with **** automotive he says one of Ford's had wins is that they've had to spend more on incentives to get people to buy twenty nineteen models because we're late in a late stage of this economic cycle the demand for vehicles is really a little bit about what you years ago updates quite high the car industry's been recovering from disaster just as the economy at large has been expanding for ten years what goes up must come down or if it's not coming down it's at least just slowing down for a little bit as for Stanley black and decker one of the big head when it's facing is another challenge you'll see all over the economy Tim Weiss covers building products and bared Stanley black and decker imports parts and products from China they use them to make tools and appliances here the terrorists are costing them two hundred million dollars this year you know you're seeing in things like plumbing you're seeing it in flooring cabinets where these these terrorists are having an impact of course sometimes a head wind is a company's own doing Twitter for example mentioned headwinds in its earnings report referring to revenue product issues long story short a bug led to Twitter using users date without permission and they had to shut down some ad targeting that's not an economy wide head when that is just good old fashioned shooting yourself in the foot in New York I'm so we're gonna short for market place on that topic of head winds and maybe shoot yourself in the foot a little bit vice president pence gave a speech today the subject of which was writ large China one year ago this month I spoke about many of Beijing's policies most harmful to America's interests and values its military expansion the vice president said religious persecution its establishment as surveillance of a surveillance state end to China's arsenal of policies inconsistent with free and fair trade including tariffs quotas currency manipulation forced technology transfer and industrial subsidies now says the leap same same I must tell you that in the years since my husband speech Beijing has still not taken significant action to improve our economic relationship and on many other issues we raised Beijing's behavior has become even more aggressive and destabilizing two things about the VPC speech today one it was actually a less aggressive than the Chinese speech misspent gave a year ago to which you referred and perhaps related there are still plans for the two sides to sign what is being called a phase one of a trade agreement I guess you call it in the next couple weeks right back to corporate media Allard meteorology here for a second would you sometimes you can see the head winds come in and nowhere more so it has that been true lately than Boeing and it's seven thirty seven MAX induced troubles today though the plane maker had some unexpectedly heavy turbulence the CEO of American Airlines told investors and reporters he is frustrated with Boeing and it's kind of part of southwest one on TV to say we are not happy with the company's jet provider southwest which flies Boeing seven thirty sevens Max's and otherwise exclusively is looking at diversifying away from Boeing which means perhaps buying planes from Airbus right the other big provider how easy is that just pick up and switching product one marketplaces got on his own self was CEO Gerry Kelly told C. N. B. C. this morning that this board wants him to explore shopping around to a supplier that's not Boeing which really means Airbus as a strategic question in two senses are they the right partner going forward number one but number two the wisdom of having one aircraft tied itself was baiser bus would be a shocker.

"christopher mar" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"christopher mar" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Guess it's hurricane season because apparently it's real windy up in corporate America we are experiencing more head winds than expected in our fourth quarter as well as some carryover terrifying currency related happens into twenty twenty Jim Hackett CEO Ford Jim Laurie CEO of Stanley black and decker among the eighteen companies facing headwinds just today I mean everything challenges there's things that are coming up in the future that they could see that could potentially derail their business Jessica Caldwell is with admins now this mass winding this is not a coincidence Christopher Mar is chairman of ocean first bank and financial court it reflects what we're seeing in the economy and the reporting on the economy over the last probably six to nine months so take a look at Ford for example Charles Chesbro is senior economist with **** automotive he says one of Ford's had wins is that they've had to spend more on incentives to get people to buy twenty nineteen models because we're late in a late stage of this economic cycle the demand for vehicles is really a little bit weaker that was a few years ago although it's quite high the car industry's been recovering from disaster just as the economy at large has been expanding for ten years what goes up must come down or if it's not coming down it's at least just slowing down for a little bit as for Stanley black and decker one the big head winds it's facing is another challenge you'll see all over the economy Tim Weiss covers building products and bared Stanley black and decker imports parts and products from China they use them to make tools and appliances here the terrorists are costing them two hundred million dollars this year you know you're seeing in things like plumbing you're seeing it in flooring cabinets where the speech terrorists are having an impact of course sometimes a head wind is a company's own doing Twitter for example mentioned headwinds in its earnings report referring to revenue product issues long story short a bug led to Twitter using users date without permission and they had to shut down some ad targeting that's not an economy wide head wind that is just good old fashioned shooting yourself in the foot in New York I'm so we're gonna short for market place on that topic of head winds and maybe shoot yourself in the foot a little bit vice president pence gave a speech today the subject of which was writ large China one year ago this month I spoke about many of Beijing's policies most harmful to America's interests and values its military expansion the vice president said religious persecution its establishment as surveillance of a surveillance state end to China's arsenal of policies inconsistent with free and fair trade including tariffs quotas currency manipulation forced technology transfer and industrial subsidies now says the Veep same same I must tell you that in the years since my Hudson speech Beijing has still.

"christopher mar" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:27 min | 2 years ago

"christopher mar" Discussed on KCRW

"Guess it's hurricane season because apparently it's real windy up in corporate America we are experiencing more head winds than expected in our fourth quarter as well as some carryover terra from currency related happens into twenty twenty Jim Hackett CEO Ford Jim Laurie CEO of Stanley black and decker among the eighteen companies facing headwinds just today I mean they're facing challenges there's things that are coming up in the future that they could see that could potentially derail their business Jessica Caldwell is with admins now this mass winding this is not a coincidence Christopher Mar is chairman of ocean first bank and financial court it reflects what we're seeing in the economy and the reporting on the economy over the last probably six to nine months so take a look at Ford for example Charles Chesbro is senior economist with **** automotive he says one of Ford's had wins is that they've had to spend more on incentives to get people to buy twenty nineteen models because we're late in a late stage of this economic cycle with the main Kerr vehicles is really a little bit weaker that was a few years ago although it's quite high the car industry's been recovering from disaster just as the economy at large has been expanding for ten years what goes up must come down or if it's not coming down it's at least just slowing down for a little bit as for Stanley black and decker one of the big head winds it's facing is another challenge you'll see all over the economy Tim Weiss covers building products and bared Stanley black and decker imports parts and products from China they use them to make tools and appliances here the terrorists are costing them two hundred million dollars this year you know you're seeing in things like plumbing you're seeing it in for a new cabinets where the speech terrorists are having an impact of course sometimes a head wind is a company's own doing Twitter for example mentioned headwinds in its earnings report referring to revenue product issues long story short a bug led to Twitter using users date without permission and they had to shut down some ad targeting that's not an economy wide head wind that is just good old fashioned shooting yourself in the foot in New York I'm so we're gonna short for market place on that topic of head winds and maybe shoot yourself in the foot a little bit vice president pence gave a speech today the subject of which was writ large China one year ago this month I spoke about many of Beijing's policies most harmful to America's interests and values its military expansion the vice president said religious persecution its establishment as surveillance of a surveillance state end to China's arsenal of policies inconsistent with free and fair trade including tariffs quotas currency manipulation forced technology transfer and industrial subsidies now says the leap same same I must tell you that in the years since my Hudson speech Beijing has still not taken significant action to improve our economic relationship and on many other issues we raised Beijing's behavior has become even more aggressive and destabilizing two things about the V. P.'s speech today one it was actually a less aggressive than the Chinese beach misspent gave a year ago to which you referred and perhaps related there are still plans for the two sides to sign what is being called a phase one of a trade agreement I guess you'd call it in the next couple weeks back to corporate media Allard meteorology here for a second would you sometimes you can see the head winds come in and know where more so it has that been true lately than Boeing and it's seven thirty seven MAX induced troubles today though the plane maker had some unexpectedly heavy turbulence the CEO of American Airlines told investors and reporters he is frustrated with Boeing and it's kind of part of southwest one on TV to say we are not happy with the company's jet provider southwest which flies Boeing seven thirty sevens Max's and otherwise exclusively is looking at diversifying away from Boeing which means perhaps buying planes from Airbus right the other big provider how easy is that just pick up and switching product one marketplaces got on his own self was CEO Gerry Kelly told C. N. B. C. this morning that is board wants him to explore shopping around to a supplier that's not Boeing which really means airbox as a strategic question in two senses are they the right partner going forward number one but number two the wisdom of having one aircraft tied itself was baiser bus.

"christopher mar" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"christopher mar" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Vonnie Quinn joined now by Christopher's Mars Bering's investment institute heads so because they were in terms of earnings what do you see because we are seeing analysts warn more forecast pretty dire slowdowns no of course I think we're very late in the cycle it's natural that I think about moving for a profit margins would be under pressure it is natural with him I was coming down around the world that investors would be a little more leery right now what we do have going for so again is that in spite of the slightly weaker Michigan survey you just mentioned overall the U. S. consumer seems to be a very good place we have dodged the bullet fiscal shut down in the US this year fiscal policy is going to be supported we have central banks around the world that are on the case providing monetary support so I'm not so sure that the recession you know it will come at some point I'm not sure it's looming in the next few months Washington Christopher all I know is you keep a close eye on what goes on there as well it's increasingly becoming a factor in the longer term outlook for most investors it is it's always been I think a factor but I think as we go into an election year the alternate is between president trump and whoever the democratic challenger may be will come into focus here more interviews like this one on Bloomberg television streaming live on Bloomberg dot com and on the Bloomberg mobile app or check your local cable listings headlines breaking news twenty four hours a day call slash European headquarters.

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