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Stocks drift to mixed close

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:33 sec | 2 d ago

Stocks drift to mixed close

"Narrowly mixed today, the S and P 500 edged up one point and the NASDAQ composite Rose 73 both indexes again, notching fresh closing highs. But the Dow industrials slipped 12 points. After the closing bell. IBM reported mixed fourth quarter results. The tech giant's per share earnings of $2.7 topped expectations, but revenue of $20.37 billion was weaker than expected revenue that IBM is cloud and cognitive software segment fell 5% from a year earlier in after hours trading. IBM shares are down more than 6%. That's your money. Now we

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"dow industrials" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:55 min | Last month

"dow industrials" Discussed on KOMO

"Minute sponsored by Propel Insurance stocks opened the final month of the year with solid gains both the S and P 500 NASDAQ composite or any fresh closing highs. Theo S and P Rose 40 points today, while the NASDAQ jumped 156 or 1.3%. That tech heavy index now up 38% this year. The Dow industrials today ended 185 points higher way. Mo's primary testing side for its driverless vehicles is in California. But in mid 2021, it'll open a second permanent site near Columbus, Ohio. The new site will plan motion control, testing, heavy duty truck testing and testing varying weather conditions. That's your money now. Here are your political insights from ABC News President elect Joe Biden formally introducing members of his economic team secretary Treasury. I am really Pleased to be able to nominate Janet Yellen. No one is better prepared to deal with these questions, while Attorney General Bill Barb breaking with President Trump and saying the Justice Department has uncovered no evidence of widespread voter fraud bar, telling The Associated Press quote we have not seen fraud on a scale that could have affected a different outcome in the election and quote the president's attorney, Rudy Giuliani, responded with a statement insisting otherwise, though most of the Trump team's legal challenges have fallen short. And as lawmakers still try to hammer out a covert 19 relief bill and his covert 19 cases continue to surge across the country. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell circulating a new proposal. This comes after McConnell met with Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin to try and figure out what President Trump would support. Those are your political insight. Simon has delicate Terra ABC News. Nearing the end of the Trump Administration Attorney General Bill Bar has given some protection to the prosecutor he appointed to look into the origin of the Russia investigation. ABC is Aaron Qatar Ski has more naming John Durham special counsel makes it harder to fire him. Even when President elect Biden takes office terms investigation into the beginnings of the FBI probe of collusion allegations involving Russia and the Trump campaign can now outlast the Trump administration. Attorney General Bar told The Associated Press Terms focus has narrowed on the FBI personnel who started the case that eventually was turned over to Robert Mueller. Mueller's team charged three dozen people but alleged no conspiracy between the campaign and Russia to defeat Hillary Clinton. Aaron Carter Ski ABC NEWS New York Federal investigators are looking into whether lobbyist tried to bribe Trump Administration officials in exchange for presidential Pardon. ABC Sandy Field has details from Washington. The unsealed and partially blacked out. Court documents outline a Justice Department investigation to see if lobbyists tried to pay off White House officials to get the president to pardon someone. The court papers don't identify the lobbyists or those trump officials, the documents say. Investigators sees communications between the two the president's spokesperson. Commenting on the case come, Oh traffic.

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Small businesses struggle amidst lockdowns, larger companies are hopeful

The Financial Quarterback

00:56 sec | 2 months ago

Small businesses struggle amidst lockdowns, larger companies are hopeful

"Have really taken a hit. In the last several months as a result of the covert lockdown. We're not seeing that. Interestingly, we're not seeing that in the S and P 500. Of course, the S and P 500 reflects the largest 500 companies in the United States. And they are for the most part and pretty well insulated. From the From the effects of covert. The shutdown has affected as you pointed out, primarily smaller businesses. Restaurants, uh, a lot of those types of businesses that and while that's crushing your your business owner, the larger companies no. But when one looks at the charts, we see the Dow industrials the S and P the NASDAQ the transports all rocketing to new highs. A Gordon So I think that bodes well for the for the economic health for the U. S. A. Here looking out 6 to 9 months.

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How major US stock indexes fared Monday

News, Traffic and Weather

00:20 sec | 2 months ago

How major US stock indexes fared Monday

"Steam over the final hour of the Monday session, but blue chip still finished with very strong gains. The Dow industrial's ending 834 points or nearly 3% higher. The S and P 500 jumped 41 points on the day. Both of those indexes earned intraday highs before pulling back. Check. Heavy NASDAQ Composite East 181 points, something

Dow industrials end up over 800 points on positive vaccine news

WBBM Afternoon News Update

00:28 sec | 2 months ago

Dow industrials end up over 800 points on positive vaccine news

"A strange day on Wall Street with the Dow Jones industrials and S and P 500 hitting record highs during the day. On positive news from Pfizer about its Corona virus vaccine at one point that I was up 1600 points. But late in the session, the indexes retreated, with the NASDAQ finishing sharply lower. On the day the Dow is up 834 points to 1 29,057 S and P 500 gaining 1.2%. The NASDAQ was off 1.5%.

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Dow sinks more than 900 points for its worst drop since June amid rising virus cases globally

Mark Levin

00:40 sec | 3 months ago

Dow sinks more than 900 points for its worst drop since June amid rising virus cases globally

"Trending downward, the Dow industrials tumbling more than 900 points in another monster sell off as a surgeon Corona virus cases fuels fears of the second round of lockdowns, the blue chip index seeing its worst day since June, and all three major averages lost ground of around 3.5%. Moves Caymus virus cases here in the US once again hitting record highs, with hospitalizations up by 5% in some states, prompting calls of shutdowns which could further impede the economic recovery. Travel, leisure and stocks that stand the most to gain from a robust return to growth were hurting the most today with the airlines and the cruise line's closing sharply lower in New York.

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Nearly 900,000 people in the U.S. filed new state unemployment claims last week

The KFBK Morning News

00:34 sec | 3 months ago

Nearly 900,000 people in the U.S. filed new state unemployment claims last week

"Clark. The Dow industrial average dropped more than 1% of its value at the opening bell. It's recovered slightly, but still down. That's due in part to another. A week of historically high unemployment claims. ABC is Erica Turkey has details nearly 900,000 American workers filed new claims for unemployment benefits last week. It is the 30th straight week of historically high jobless claims as the pandemic continues to hit the American economy. Major employers like ABC News parent company Disney, along with United Airlines, and all state have announced layoffs in recent weeks and Maura layoffs are expected in the

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Dow Jones Rally Hit By Schumer Remarks

Sean Hannity

00:38 sec | 4 months ago

Dow Jones Rally Hit By Schumer Remarks

"On the screen today. The Dow industrials finishing today up by 35 points goes in a 27,008 17 S and P 500 up 17 points, one half of 1%, the NASDAQ, the top performer up 159 points or 1.4% On today, stocks opened higher on hopes of that stimulus package getting through well. We gave a lot of that back this afternoon. That was after comments from Senator Schumer, he said. The two sides are still pretty far apart. The house still a 2.2 million. The White House at one point make that trillion Just two trillion off 1.5 trillion at the White House. Well, we also

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Asian shares gain, cheered by US rally on hopes for stimulus

The Opening Bell

00:31 sec | 4 months ago

Asian shares gain, cheered by US rally on hopes for stimulus

"Down 65 points. Things did close up a bit. Yesterday, the Dow industrial average gaining 2/10 of a percent closing at 26,008 15. Also the NASDAQ, closing up just a bit. Closing at 6, 10,072 and Asian stocks now rather mixed shares other than China advanced today, cheered on by yesterday's modest rally on Wall Street. There are still hopes here for a fresh stimulus for the US economy. Thank you, sir. You're watching

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Closing prices for crude oil, gold and other commodities

Bill Leff and Wendy Snyder

01:16 min | 4 months ago

Closing prices for crude oil, gold and other commodities

"And two of the three indices that make up the Wall Street numbers are still higher. But the NASDAQ is down 44 points at the moment, but the Dow industrial average up 160 points and the S and P. 500 is up 10 points. The hurricane impacting the oil production situation. Oil is up for a second day, gaining more than 2%. Is that hurricane closed US offshore production and an industry industry report report showed showed US US crude crude inventories inventories unexpectedly unexpectedly decreased. decreased. Brent Brent crude crude of of 85, 85, cents cents $41.38 $41.38 a barrel and U. S crewed up 88 cents at $39.16 a barrel. Gold moving higher as investors are betting on the dovish US Fed stance, but we'll get later today, but gold prices are up 4/10 of a percent The spot gold price at $1963.97 per ounce. And taking a look at the numbers

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"dow industrials" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:39 min | 4 months ago

"dow industrials" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"In the Dow industrial average is one of 214 points. It's still early in the day, but it's given up most of that game. It's up only 28 right now. It went negative to the tune of four points just a few minutes ago, so it's touch and go here. The NASDAQ holding on to a game, every 73 It's about 100 points off its best level and the S and P cash index up on the seven points at 34 06. It topped out at 30 for 25 a little bit earlier today. Citigroup has top Jane Fraser instead of consumer banking to succeed Michael Corbett. S so she'll be the first woman to head a Wall Street bank LVMH Louie Baton to countersue Tiffany in a fight over our trouble take over. And this morning, the governing Council of the European Central Bank left rates on change pretty much as we expected. The statement from the EEC was also largely flat unchanged, with the bank standing ready to provide ample liquidity to contribute to an overall easing of monetary policy. AstraZeneca should still know by the end of the year whether it's experimental vaccine protects people that from his chief executive officer may have doubts over its rollout. Initial jobless came claims came in 2000 under expected 846,000 was the number of street looking for 844. Producer Price Final demand your over year down 2/10 of 1%. The dollar is up. 24 NASDAQ Up 65 line, Walter Does radio 7, 18 105.9 and 9 55 introducing touch free payments from papal a safe way if your customers to pay Whether you're a market seller, poodle,.

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Dow turns positive for 2020 as stocks finish higher

Sean Hannity

00:55 sec | 5 months ago

Dow turns positive for 2020 as stocks finish higher

"Closing today Higher The Dow industrials finishing today up by 161 points. Closing 6 28,053 S and P 500 up 23 points. Two thirds of 1% Netto that for the NASDAQ by 70 points, the Dow Jones industrial average officially back in positive territory on a year today basis. The game's pretty much across the board. All 11 stock sectors were up in price casinos, cruise ships and airlines all sharply higher. That's for the second day in a row. It's on news we reported yesterday. Abbott Labs has a Corona virus test. It takes this 15 minutes and costs just $5 oil down seven cents $42.97 a barrel gold By $42.30 announce that $1975 and finally for the weak the Dow Industrial's up 723 points or 2.5% with the check of your money from the Office of

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Salesforce, Amgen, Honeywell up in premarket on news of Dow industrials shake-up

Bloomberg Surveillance

00:56 sec | 5 months ago

Salesforce, Amgen, Honeywell up in premarket on news of Dow industrials shake-up

"A look at the changes that are coming to the Dow Jones industrial average because you are seeing movement in the shares that air going in and coming out. You've got Amgen up 3.5% Honeywell up 3.5% salesforce dot com Up 2.5% They're all going into the Dow industrials before Monday's open all this tied into apples for for one stock split, which will be complete by then They want to maintain technology as a percent of the index. Of course, you know, the Dow is Price waited, so Apple split will bring down the percentage of technology within the average. So they ad sales force they put in Honeywell. Ah to go Morte toward industrial away from just defense, which Raytheon Technologies represents an Amgen eyes replacing fighter. So you get a biotech element. All the

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Dow industrials down 100 points early Friday as just four of 30 components rise

Mark Simone

00:08 sec | 5 months ago

Dow industrials down 100 points early Friday as just four of 30 components rise

"Wall Street stocks or lower the early trading this morning, Dow Jones Industrial Average is down 33 points. NASDAQ Down 53 the S and P is down four

S&P 500 ends higher Friday, notching weekly gain of over 1%

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:11 sec | 6 months ago

S&P 500 ends higher Friday, notching weekly gain of over 1%

"To check your money. Wall Street wrapped up the week with a quiet, mostly higher session. Only the Dow finished lower. The Dow industrials fell 63. The SNP gain nine then as that climbed

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Dow's down 396 points as stocks hit day's lows in final half-hour

Sean Hannity

00:28 sec | 7 months ago

Dow's down 396 points as stocks hit day's lows in final half-hour

"Good afternoon. Corey stocks closing today. Lower the Dow industrial finishing the day down by 396 points, 25,008. 90 s and P 500 down 34 points. That's right at 1%. The NASDAQ Down by 89 point stocks were just flat lining for most of the day. The market's rolling over in the final hour on no riel News. Nine out of 11 stock sectors were down in price consumer staples as well as Communications, the only two

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Dow industrials down 600 points early Monday; all 30 components in red

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:40 sec | 7 months ago

Dow industrials down 600 points early Monday; all 30 components in red

"Well it's it's ugly Dow industrials were down six hundred points earlier all thirty components in the red currently Dow Jones down about four hundred points so we're we we've gotten back a full percentage point we were down earlier today seven four hundred eleven point twenty five one ninety four S. and P. down thirty points still above three thousand nasdaq up I beg your pardon down forty points down about a half a percent this all comes down to fears on fresh cases of the coronavirus in China in investors are are on edge today because there's growing fears that there are there are you know a bit of a this man is not over let's just put it that way and then that's causing the markets to be jittery this point you can see all

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Nasdaq closes above 10,000 for first time; Dow, S&P 500 end lower

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

02:15 min | 8 months ago

Nasdaq closes above 10,000 for first time; Dow, S&P 500 end lower

"Johnson now joining us to wrap up the day on Wall Street what's the biggest surprise you today all the biggest prize it did that the the chairman of the fed was as dovish as he was I it was dovish beads lowered her free talk is beans get a higher interest rates he said he said you know we're not even thinking about raising interest rates there's zero now and they're probably going to be zero three two thousand twenty two well this is great news that day and the sense is they're going to continue to support you know the credit markets and all the right things so what had been about a hundred point sell off maybe a tutor board selloff turned slightly positive the Dow industrial average as he was giving those remarks but then we went to the Q. and a session and I don't know I didn't didn't just didn't play very well he was saying you know we we really don't know when all this is going to be over it's going to be you know when people feel comfortable going back out and doing all the stuff they used to do all this raised a little concerned and so by the end of the day they were selling into the rally so the Dow closed at the low point of the day down two hundred eighty two points there were twice as many stocks down is up you know could've been worse it's like four or five times as many down is up the S. and P. averaged out about a half percent down seventeen but man oh man there's the nasdaq again another new all time high it closed above ten thousand for the first time in history was up sixty six and a half and what do you do when you're worried about everything else you go buy yourself some Amazon and it was up forty seven apple was another new all time high of eight dollars and eighty five says Google was up nine Bucks Tesla back over a thousand up eighty four dollars and a thousand twenty five that's what they were buying what they were buying one of the banks Goldman Sachs and JP Morgan the components in the industrial average JP Morgan for a half box Goldman Sachs was down a little over four and a half so that's nine multiplied by six so there's you know sixty points taken away from the average the Boeing fell thirteen dollars a share today so that takes away the other seventy five or so and pretty soon you can see over the two hundred eighty two point selloff came

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Global stocks rise on economic rebound optimism

Balance of Power

00:32 sec | 8 months ago

Global stocks rise on economic rebound optimism

"Stocks are rising along side equities in Europe and Asia amid you bounce of stimulus and positive economic signals is coronavirus lockdowns ease S. and P. five hundred index higher two shares gaining for every one that fell textures lag behind we've got Facebook and apple both trading lower right now with the S. and P. five hundred index up thirteen that is a gain of five tenths of one percent Dow industrials up one hundred ninety points now up eight tenths of one percent nasdaq car by eleven a gain of just about one tenth of one percent

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Tech selloff weighs on S&P 500, Nasdaq

WBBM Morning News

01:10 min | 8 months ago

Tech selloff weighs on S&P 500, Nasdaq

"Ladies and gentleman a selloff in technology stocks is dragging on all of the major indexes here today investors also cautious about brewing US China tensions at a time when policy makers are attempting to revive the global economy from the corona virus driven slump Dow industrial average is up eighty eight point should have been up three hundred and sixty and then gave it all back was down to a gain of only seventeen so it's moved off the ball however the nasdaq still under huge pressure down one and three quarter percent or a hundred and sixty four points nasdaq down thirteen and a half at twenty nine seventy eight after getting up to thirty twenty one little bit earlier today and that was a key level Amazon and Microsoft Facebook which have led a recent rally weighing on the tech heavy nasdaq well health care and technology stocks which outperformed in the virus led slump are among the S. and P. five hundred sector indexes in the red here today on the other hand travel related stocks including air carriers cruise companies and hotel operators jumping after taking a beating earlier this year due to a virtual halt in global travel the dollar fifty two nasdaq down one hundred sixty points nasdaq down thirteen points live through the

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"dow industrials" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:38 min | 10 months ago

"dow industrials" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Disney land the Dow industrial average of two hundred ninety points we've held on to this game since the opening bell we frittered away over nine hundred point yesterday afternoon let's hope that's not true this time once again it's a nice broad gain twenty six hundred stocks are up seven hundred stocks are down the games are really all over the place home depots up two dollars a share and three arms of a dollar fifty seven Goldman Sachs up five dollars seventy three cents over the Fang stocks Facebook stepdaughter quarter Amazon's up seven ninety nine even a little up tick again and some of the oil excellent up forty seven cents to forty one dollars seventy one cents nasdaq is up five percentage wise exactly the same as the Dow said ninety one point so is the S. and P. come to think of it of one point two percent of thirty one points cruise ahead seventy cents twenty four dollars thirty cents this despite the latest inventory numbers which Jordan Norma's increase in crude oil inventories on the usually depresses prices but again we've got the carrot dangling at the end of the stick out there the prospect of an OPEC meeting I know pick plus meeting including Russia and others that circuit is scheduled for tomorrow goes up four dollars twenty cents ten year rates easing off just a little bit right now they've been severed three quarter percent most of the day data point seven three percent right now the industrial average is up two hundred and sixty six points David Johnson news radio ten eighty KRLD highs in the nineties today we'll take a look at traffic and weather together on the aids coming up let's say you just bought a house.

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"dow industrials" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:59 min | 11 months ago

"dow industrials" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"The Dow industrials a sea of red please see of red Stuart Varney on fox business as the opening bell rang on Monday and just a few minutes later that's an all white right now all the screens just changed completely in the moment seven percent fox business is Kristina Partsinevelos was at the New York Stock Exchange as trading was halted circuit breakers triggering an automatic pause and the day ultimately ending with record losses over two thousand points down for the Dow just over a week since the previous record was set also driven by the corona virus and its widespread economic impacts two of the latest examples St Patrick's day parades in Dublin and in Boston canceled large public events considered too risky as the world tries to contain the spread we are going to take care of it have been taking care of the American public and the American economy president trump making brief remarks Monday evening as his coronavirus task force held a news conference he says the White House is working on payroll tax relief help for hourly wage earners so they won't miss a paycheck if they're home sick and small business loans we're also working with the industries including the airline industry the cruise ship industry which obviously will be hit but it's not clear how much help it will take to east wall street's concerns about the economic impact here why is definitely I guess you could describe as high tension early on we spoke with fox business is Christina parts analysts after the grueling day at the stock exchange where traders that came in much earlier and a lot of them don't come in at eight AM eastern time traders were here early because they were expecting and preparing for the worst so close to around nine thirty AM eastern time when markets are set to open you had a lot of yelling going on and then immediately four minutes after the markets open they also holds it in that's because their circuit breakers that are put in place if the S. and P. five hundred dropped seven percent in the markets get halted to stop stocks continuing to plummet as in the halls of for fifteen minutes and that's not a lot of commotion on the floor all the boards will turn white so they're showing red or green anymore I'm fine socks they want white and traders are just trying to figure out how they were gonna put in their trains once it re opens again at nine forty nine AM eastern time we talk about a lot of yelling it's just part of a new normals situation like I don't want you when things are fluctuating wildly one way or the other right you don't mean it was any sort of a panic situation no no I don't see that there's panic across the floor but this is just a different scenario that we have not seen here the circuit breakers that are put in place to stop traders and trading and the noise level was definitely a lot louder I don't know your sanction for it's noisy all the time people just yell at each other it's very common it's very casual into the conversation but this time around your hand traders running around holding their hand held machines which are there do you use for buying and selling and there was a lot of movement as to what was gonna happen once the markets reopened right at nine forty nine AM so that's added to the noise level here now I know that they did not end up having to hold training again but closing down over two thousand points were now here Leslie close to a so called bear market right so bear market happens when markets drop all our twenty percent off of the record highs as we came very very close to that added to this this concern going for how are we going to factor in not only lower oil prices which plunged twenty four percent but also the economic impact of the spread of the corona virus because we still don't know how bad it will get and because of that uncertainty a lot of businesses don't know if they should be stopping them poison coming in completely should they be keeping more cash on the sidelines in case things don't go really well should they stop investing in their businesses right now because it could get worse if you don't want to uncertainties which makes it so difficult to present economic impact but it seems like the consensus is we are going to see more of a slowdown with growth because of the spread of the virus waiting from a business standpoint it's not like we're trying to sit back and say you know all my gosh half the country's gonna get wiped.

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"dow industrials" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"dow industrials" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"The Dow industrials gaining more than three hundred and thirty points on Friday this follows a stronger than expected jobs report as W. WJZY Alan goals in depth with business editor Murray Feldman two hundred sixty six thousand jobs created much more than expected the interesting part about all of this is that you know just about every financial statement we heard from corporate America in the past three to six months talk about headwinds slowing economy profits under pressure terrace trade issues causing uncertainty but in the end apparently it didn't hurt their hiring plants the take aways from that are the economy still growing consumers are still in there buying today's job report indicated could be a very good holiday season even though there are a lot of frustrations and distractions along the way Brooke so Marie businesses have said they're worried but they're still hiring so why is that yeah they're still hiring because they have to find people that there are going to fit their plans and meet their plans in the future apparently even though there are some distractions along the way they're still thinking that the economy is going to continue to grow let's talk about wages for a moment there still rising but just over three percent today verses one year ago that slightly above the inflation rate so technically it means we have more money in our pockets to spend but it's not much more we can barely see it three percent a comma say is still low when you have the amount of job creations that we've seen in our monthly numbers worker surveys find they still think they're underpaid so they're not happy that means a lot of workers could be looking for a new job in the year ahead based on the numbers we're seeing the monthly numbers brook they may just find them and Marie looking ahead to next year what's in store the big question well you know even though we're seeing a lot of jobs created month to month it's still not as many as last year and economists think that that's the trend will will see continuing more jobs created next year but perhaps not as many as this year which means the jobless rate now three and a half percent according to some economists may rise to three point nine percent and twenty twenty it'll still be a fairly strong job market but it's slowing strong but slowing that's the theme as we look ahead to the new year brook and that is again W. WJZ prokaryote with business editor Murray Feldman more when we check your money just to hand in it here at two twenty five W. W. J. news time to twenty four everyone is doing fine this is sound bites and engines if Hey how you doing it's the fundamental question about times everything we do everything we experience everything that's going on in this bizarre optiplex thing will devise boils down to the fundamental question of how we're doing and he is a worldwide survey designed on suggests that question now running at how is everyone dot com how is everyone dot com just that question to anyone who wants to answer it visit the website and consider how you're feeling at the moment are you sad mildly I'm happy just now feeling okay really happy tell the PO and you'll see just where you stack up with everyone else how is everyone doesn't ask about your politics of your world you just wants to know how you doing after the onset at how is everyone dot com with sound bites I'm Jan Ziff the CBS news all.

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"dow industrials" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"dow industrials" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"The Dow industrials gaining more than three hundred and thirty points on Friday this follows a stronger than expected jobs report as W. WJZY Allen goals in depth with business editor Marie Feldman two hundred sixty six thousand jobs created much more than expected the interesting part about all of this is that you know just about every financial statement we heard from corporate America in the past three to six months talk about headwinds slowing economy profits under pressure Terence trade issues causing uncertainty but in the end apparently it didn't hurt their hiring plants the take aways from that are the economy still growing consumers are still in there buying today's job report indicated could be a very good holiday season even though there are a lot of frustrations and distractions along the way Brooke so Marie businesses have said they're worried but they're still hiring so why is that yeah they're still hiring because they have to find people that there are going to fit their plans and meet their plans in the future apparently even though there are some distractions along the way they're still thinking that the economy is going to continue to grow let's talk about wages for a moment there still rising but just over three percent today verses one year ago that's slightly above the inflation rate so technically it means we have more money in our pockets to spend but it's not much more we can barely see it three percent a comma say is still low when you have the amount of job creations that we've seen in our monthly numbers worker surveys find they still think they're underpaid so they're not happy that means a lot of workers could be looking for a new job in the year ahead based on the numbers we're seeing the monthly numbers brook they may just find them and Marie looking ahead to next year what's in store the big question well you know even though we're seeing a lot of jobs created month to month it's still not as many as last year and economists think that that's the trend will will see continuing more jobs created next year but perhaps not as many as this year which means the jobless rate now three and a half percent according to some economists may rise to three point nine percent and twenty twenty it'll still be a fairly strong job market but it's slowing strong but slowing that's the theme as we look ahead to the new year broke again that's W. WJW if business editor Murray Feldman more when we check your money just ahead in seconds here W. W. chain news time twelve twenty four starting December seventh predicting just how long the person will live genetics nutrition exercise and other factors all play a role but you can't just plug in a few numbers and come up with an exact lifespan but that's not the case with stars a single number determines how long a star will live it's mass an example of how it works is in good view on winter nights politics the brightest star of German it rises in the east northeast by mid evening below it's fainter twin caster looks is almost twice as massive as the sun and that makes all the difference in its lifespan Alex is roughly twenty percent of the sun's age but it's already finished its normal lifetime the phase the sun is in right now during.

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"dow industrials" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"dow industrials" Discussed on KOMO

"The Dow industrials slid two hundred fifty five points while the nasdaq composite dropped sixty seven the S. and P. five hundred slipped eleven among the day's big decliners Boeing whose shares skidded five point nine percent following the disclosure of instant messages from two thousand sixteen suggesting the plane maker misled regulators over the safety of a key system on a seven thirty seven MAX word out of oracle today that co chief executive mark Hurd has died heard along with south rock cats was appointed a co chief at the database software giant five years ago was sixty two years old the company didn't provide specifics about the cause of death but her just five weeks ago announced he was taking a leave of absence due to unspecified health reasons that's your money now I'm Jim Cesco komo news political insights from ABC news the Senate's top Republican with some harsh criticism of president trump Republican Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell writing an open letter to the president saying that Mr trump must keep at least a limited number of troops in Syria and Iraq and Afghanistan McConnell writing in The Washington Post of the president's Syrian pull back in fighting between the Kurds in Turkey is creating a strategic nightmare for the US and that even if the ceasefire holds the U. S. actions of set back the campaign against ISIS in other terrorist ABC's Andy field in Washington McConnell rights America's wars will be endless only if America refuses to win them Hillary Clinton criticizing a member of her party during an interview hinting that democratic presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard is being favored as a third party candidate and a favorite of the Russians gabber denied the claim and escaping to ever own calling Clinton among other things the queen of warmongers and the embodiment of corruption does your political insights I'm Dave Packer ABC news.

"dow industrials" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"dow industrials" Discussed on KOMO

"Dow industrials finished with a drop of seven hundred sixty seven points all the major indexes lost between two point nine percent and three and a half percent tough times of late for Amazon stock shares slid three point two percent today marking their eighth consecutive decline the longest such streak for the stock in thirteen years it's put a dent of about one hundred eleven billion dollars in Amazon's market value after thirty year run Microsoft MSDN magazine will publish its final issue this November current subscribers who paid for issues beyond that one will be mailed refunds at the end of the year ABC made it official today judges Katy Perry Luke Bryan Lionel Richie will all return for that no works third season of American idol the eighteenth overall for the singing competition the only addition slated for that northwest to be in Spokane on September eighth that's your money now I'm Jim chest cocoa motives now we are your political insights from ABC news Republicans and Democrats have proven that we can join together in a bipartisan fashion to address this playing president trump from the White House condemned to the mass shootings of the weekend ABC Jordan Phelps president trump called for reforming mental illness laws in making better systems to intercept hateful ideology on the internet in the wake of two deadly mass shootings over the weekend mental illness and hatred pulls the trigger not the gun the president also called for legislation to ensure that those who commit hate crimes face the death penalty but he stopped short of calling for reforming the background check system for buying guide stock market taking a hit in economists are blaming in part on president trump's trade war with China ABC's area all bigger China's latest response to trade tensions with the U. S. moving to devalue its currency making it's call it's cheaper for other nations at traits with that because the Dow and the nasdaq and the S. and P. to plunge to two month lows the nasdaq and the S. and P. to its worst days of the to your political insights to Serena Marshall ABC news Washington the president trump spoke for the White House Monday responding to the weekend's deadly mass shootings in making his most forceful condemnation of white supremacy facing criticism from a predecessor ABC's cura Phillips reports from the White House president Obama with a rare rebuke not mentioning president trump by name but clearly referencing his rhetoric writing we should soundly reject language coming out of the mouths of any of our leaders that feeds a climate of fear and hatred or normalizes racist sentiments former vice president Joe Biden other democratic presidential candidates spoke Monday at the UT das U. S. conference in San Diego by the spoke about the two mass shootings over the weekend and said president trump's rhetoric has fueled hate and encouraged acts of violence this is hatred pure and simple and is being fueled by rhetoric that is so divisive and it's causing causing people to die.

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"dow industrials" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"dow industrials" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Street today. The Dow industrials gained one hundred and eighty three points and the. The S and P five hundred up by about twenty two and the NASDAQ up by Ninety-one WBZ news time three twenty one. Our top story this hour the deal to end the thirty five day government shutdown. President Trump announcing this in a rose garden speech. You heard here on WBZ in a short while I will sign a Bill to open our government for three weeks until February fifteen the Bill, apparently, there's not include any money with the southern border wall. The president has been demanding ever since taking office. We'll have much more on this story at three thirty one. Well, the shutdown may have been a pain in the neck and worse for a lot of federal workers in the Chicago area. One joliet. Massage therapist is trying to take advantage of that Lonnie lock has a long list of discounts at band-aid massage therapy, including one for anyone who comes in wearing a make America great again hat when I go out, and I'm passing out business cards, and I'm getting people over Trump shirts and sometimes wear a Trump hat usually rolling people. I get distinct from usually have green hair faithful a Pearson. So I really don't care. He sees a border wall is something that could cut down on sex trafficking that affects the messiah. Is therapy industry? Lock also offers discounts to first responders and military personnel for all kinds of discounts. I do concealed carry permits. Valid he named his place band-aid massage therapy because as a musician. He's helped other musicians with aches and pains, though, he notes, they're usually broke might Crausser NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM. Ecuadorian man has been detained by Wilcox county sheriff's police after he was caught allegedly driving on interstate eighty with four hundred thousand dollars in cash deputies and the will county drug interdiction team sees the cash Wednesday after they pulled over the driver who is making sudden lane changes without signaling. The suspect has not yet been identified. WBZ news time three twenty two. Researchers in Cambridge say we have four lists control over our weight that we may believe said f rookie and her team compared DNA from thirteen thousand people have varying body type is that it's not just about diet and exercise and that actually our genes play a major role. Researchers say for some people being thin has more to do with inheriting a lucky set of genes. And then having a perfect diet or lifestyle. WBZ news time three twenty two a video released online has a lot of people wondering if the dude is a binding again WBZ near Nancy Odell has that and more in today's entertainment tonight report, the big lebowski star Jeff bridges recently tweeted, a clip of his character, the dude with the caption Kathy living in the past man. Stay tuned is he teasing a sequel probably not more likely an upcoming SuperBowl ad Oscar-winner, Anne Hathaway confirms that there is a script for a third installment. And the Princess diaries franchise Hathaway says she wants to do it Julie Andrews wants to do it. They just don't want to deliver anything before it is perfect. Country superstar Winona Judd is performing tonight got realto square theater until yet the highlight why known as musical journey from her early beginnings with mom and the judds to our southern career, and you music with our current band. The big knowing all the latest celebrity news tonight at six thirty on CBS to this report brought to you by progressive insurance pick from a range of coverage options with the name your price tool to find a price that works.

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"dow industrials" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"dow industrials" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The Dow industrial average is now up seven hundred and five points, the s&p five hundred up seventy seven the NASDAQ up two hundred fifty six and the volatility index at the CBO we is down more than three points than the current trade as we take a look at the employment report just mentioned that's been a factor today and the comments by fed chief Pablo also today an influence, and all of the eleven major SNP sectors trading higher technology stocks off their biggest one day percentage drop since August two thousand eleven today jumped three point eight percent the grain market today, if the Chicago Board of trade the March. Tweet contract. Trading of four and a half sense of bushel Marge born of two and a half cents, a bushel and the January soybean contract trading higher. It's up nine and a half cents a bushel Chicago merchandise. Exchange. That's a red screen still today with the April lean hog contract down forty two cents one hundred weight. The February live several contract down a dollar seventeen cents and the January theater Tandel contract down a dollar sixty two cents one hundred weight taking a look at some of the stocks are mid west list today..

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"dow industrials" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"dow industrials" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Know, you're right. And that's a good choice of words because I was thinking about this. If this whole thing were a plotline in house of cards. Nobody would watch it because nobody believe it. Yeah. It's just so here we word so the market's still trying to find some excuse to to react to the the really very strong economy and low unemployment rate and everything else that we've got and after the fed talk yesterday, which provides yet another excuse for the market to slide. We've maybe we had a decent chance. Things are looking up at least the government's not going to shut down on Friday. Then about twelve thirty just as as Paul Ryan was getting ready to have his final news conference of his career on Capitol Hill gets called waves. The president is not gonna sign that continuing resolution, and we lost the deal. Well, Wall Street said I've said all we needed was another excuse to do some selling you look up and suddenly the Dow's down another six hundred seventy points. Well, it cut some of that. But still down four hundred sixty four points twenty two thousand eight fifty nine we are on track for the for the worst worst performance since two thousand eight for the Dow industrials average of the S and P five hundred we've got all of the major averages that are well into correction territory and really close to bear market territory. The volume was heavy today. One billion five hundred seventy one million shares. But then again, we had a sense it was going to be heavy too. Because added layer onto all this uncertainty. We've got is the so-called triple witching hour. This is the third Friday of the month the end of the quarter. This is what all the gyro. Nations are going through and money's ring settled and stuff his bought and sold for no particular reason. So we'll have a big spike in Bali again tomorrow morning, just because of that SAP average today was down forty points. That's one and a half percent. The NASDAQ down one oh eight that's one point six percent. So the winner on the downside today was the Dow industrials average would drop of two percent down four hundred sixty four points. Crude had a brief rally yesterday and that failed right now. Crude down two dollars a barrel down four percent to forty six dollars seventeen cents. Yes. Gasoline's down four percent to its data another nickel and a half the futures market Neva natural gas is down three cents today. So that's a one percent drop. Gold is up seven dollars twenty cents twelve hundred sixty three dollars fifty cents ten-year eight two point seven nine percent. So that is up very slightly. But again, another really disappointing day on Wall Street with the Dow industrial. Average folic four hundred sixty four points tonight on CEO spotlight. We're going to turn to what of our favorite voices. The Irishman the man who really keeps up with markets. David Kelly's chief market strategist and a PHD at a really good economists for J P Morgan funds. David Kelly's our guest tonight at six twenty on the CEO spotlight. David Johnson NewsRadio today. Eighty KRLD. All right. Thank you. David. Well, look forward to it up next. What's trending online, including patriots receiver. Josh Gordon says he's stepping away from football to focus on his mental health. We'll have details of that story. Coming up KRLD news time, it's three fourteen. The best way to listen to NewsRadio. Ten eighty KRLD is on the radio dot com app. Download it today and listen to as anytime anywhere..

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"dow industrials" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"dow industrials" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Dow industrials down four hundred seventy two points, the NASDAQ off one hundred thirty nine and the S and P five hundred losing about forty eight WBZ news time to twenty. Our top story this hour. The White House is dismissing accusations from President Trump's former fixer that Mr. Trump de rented hush money payments to two women during the presidential campaigns. The money was allegedly intended to buy the women's silence about alleged fair affairs with Mr. Trump will have much more on this story coming up at two thirty one a high number of dead mute swans on George lake in Hammond has prompted an investigation after some were found with high levels of lead in their bodies. Burder? John Madeira has personally documented eighteen a mute swans. He says dead mute swans he says he's been watching the birds on the lake for decades. And it just is extremely disturbing. So basically a five year period, I've never seen anything like this. This is all just happened in a very short time. And the thing about these birds is a lot of them were young birds. The EPA has been removing lead tainted soil from homes in the area. My deca suggests the dead swans. Are like a canary in a coal mine. Some parents in Vernon hills are worried about changes in a program for the hard of hearing, the special education district of Lake County is reevaluating possible changes in the program like moving it out of Vernon hills, for instance, may be to Fairhaven school in Monday line, which is being closed. The daily herald says fifty six students from early childhood to eighth grader in the program. They want to increase the number, but space is limited in Hawthorn district. Seventy three one parent says they'll be at the next agency board meeting to urge.

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"dow industrials" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"dow industrials" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Marketwatch today, the Dow industrials up eleven points, the NASDAQ down thirty nine and the S and P five hundred down by seven WBZ news time, three twenty our top story this hour with becoming a familiar sense of loss and sadness following a mass shooting in the US. His name was Cody Kaufman. Firstborn son. That's Jason Kaufman. Talking about his son, Cody who was one of twelve people shot and killed by a gunman inside a bar and southern California. Police say the gunman twenty-eight-year-old combat veteran of the US Marine Corps opened fire and patrons at a bar in the city of Thousand Oaks last night before killing himself. We'll have much more on this story. Three thirty one at Tinley park man on trial for the murder of his wife. Six years ago is attempting any insanity defense the December twenty twelve murder of thirty eight year old Noor means Sam was witnessed by her four year old son who told a police officer daddy killed my mommy now ten the boy testified at his father Baha SAM's trial as his father sobbed. Prosecutors say he fought with his wife and chased her out of the house beating her to death with a weightlifting bar and left her body in the yard, his lawyer, the daily south town reports did not dispute that but said he suffers from mental illness. Mike Crausser NewsRadio one zero five point nine FM things appear to be back to normal at Union Station as you head into the rush hour that was the case this morning, though. Amtrak and metro trains couldn't get out or in the station for about twenty minutes and Amtrak signals signal system era blame which in turn is blamed on the communications era city of Naperville is going artificial for Christmas this year. Ditching the tradition of a live tree and the city's downtown in favor of a fake tree. The reason money the park district says that the fourteen foot artificial tree.

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"dow industrials" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"dow industrials" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Now, the Dow industrials are down one hundred and six. Sixty two points, NASDAQ off seventy nine s and p five hundred down by about twenty two to twenty. Our top story. This hour countdown to the midterms former President Obama and President Trump whole dueling campaign stops today's campaigning will feature a split screen of Trump events in Indianapolis and West Virginia while Mr Obama will rally Democrats in Miami. And we'll have much more on this story coming up at two thirty one. Well, everybody likes getting free stuff as long as it's legal field museum executives say they had the best of intentions when they offered free admission on election day as long as patrons presented proof. They voted you know, a sticker or ballot receipt. But they rescinded that offer after realizing it's against election laws to offer something with the monetary value in exchange for voting. So field museum is now offering free admission to all Illinois residents on election day, whether they vote or not Felicia middlebrooks, NewsRadio on one five point nine FM schools chief for the Catholic diocese in downstate Belleville wants the teary eyed kids at Queen of peace school to know. No their Bishop. Did not mean to tell them. There's no Santa Claus. That was what many youngsters thought after a visit by Bishop Edward Braxton on Tuesday, the official explains that was Braxton trying to say the good works of Saint Nicholas was gradually changed into the story of Santa Claus in about an hour. They'll start counting votes cast today in the second strike authorization vote this week by teachers working for a Chicago Chicago charter school company. About one hundred and thirty teachers who work at four Chicago international charter schools will be taking a strike authorization vote today here at northbound academy at Peterson and Polaski the teachers rallied earlier this morning math teacher, Jen Conan says charter school teachers are tired of having management. That's top heavy with salaries we're tired of high teacher turnover.

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"dow industrials" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:35 min | 2 years ago

"dow industrials" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Asian trading fishing with Doug krizner in New York. Yeah. Joel's this is Doug Christner live from the Bloomberg interactive brokers studio in New York, we had quite the sell off. Stateside, the Dow industrial average tumbled two point four percent. A lot of the heavy selling came late in the session. Couple of things were kind of conspiring to send the equity market lower the day began with some very weak data on home sales Texas Instruments after the close last night here in the US said demand is slowing across most of its markets. And today, we had numbers from AT and T that were disappointing now through it all we've been kind of parsing a number of corporate reports and increasingly seeing growing concern about rising cost associated with a protracted U S, China trade war. So now for the year, the Dow and the S and P five hundred have given back all of their gains. The SNP tumbled three percent today in the NASDAQ market. The composite index was off four and a half percent. Although the SNP or rather the NASDAQ remains positive for the year still it's down twelve percent from its late August high now the semiconductors were hard hit. We talked about that Texas Instruments news, the Philadelphia semiconductor index was down more than six and a half percent. Many use it as a leading indicator. Couple hours ago, we got s K Hynix which is the South Korean chipmaker earnings were okay revenue disappointed. The stock right now in Seoul is off three and a half percent. Kospi down two and a half percent in Sydney. Asx two hundred weaker by one point nine percent. And the Nikkei is off one point eight percent a haven trade into US treasuries. Brought the ten year yield in about six basis points. We're now trading in the Tokyo session at three point one percent. I'm Doug krizner from the Bloomberg interactive brokers studio in New York, Brian. All right. Thanks very much. Doug. We have some stories coming up where you kill it. You get rewarded? But if you miss on anything particularly on the forecast, he gets sold pretty hard as you mentioned. The example is k Hynix. Well, the NASDAQ off four point four percent in this session. The biggest routes since two thousand eleven Alan hagan's, though, chief investment officer over at Kuching company says as long as you don't think a US recession is coming. You should be buying. These tips nine thousand nine hundred fifteen of these volatility, spikes and equity market weakness. Basically six months later, the markets up ninety percent of the time just one one one of those occasions down marginally and the average is seven and a half percent Higgins, by the way, says he doesn't see recession risks around the corner in the US. Will you mentioned that the NASDAQ took a vacation anybody looking for signs of whether to be worried about tick now has to locate AMD shares closed in the light fish in more than twenty percent lower earnings philosophy. Quarter the bait estimates but its revenue forecast for this quarter fell short, and we'll get earnings tomorrow from Intel along with Amazon. Ford looking pretty good this morning about three and a half percent. In late trading, though. The shares have been quite volatile the past hour or so the automaker was out with stronger-than-expected sales and earnings for last quarter. But four is dropping its goal of reaching an eight percent pretax profit margin by twenty twenty Bob shanks CFO at Ford focusing here on the positives or not backing off the targets were backing off of the targets by twenty twenty. We're still working very hard very aggressively to achieve an eight percent or better at margin and a roic that would be in a mid teens are higher Shang says also Ford's China losses, actually shrank last quarter. What Tesla's she has by about twelve percent in late trade, it's posted. It's only third quarter profit ever, and it generated more cash than expected that says the modal three quickly became one of the top selling sedans in the US James Alberton senior analyst at can seem edge says he's still has concerns about the company just getting it to. Flow and then working on perfection Lipitor. I think was the key theme in the last three months, and that's one of the reasons why we're starting to see profitability and cash generation starts to really be impressive incrementally. But out of the woods eight probably a little too soon to say that Albertine says tesla still has a long way should guy before it becomes a top tier automaker. Well, to funds linked to the Chinese government sold all their stocks and bonds in the third quarter without giving a reason Bloomberg's Rishaad Salamat has more the selling leaves investors guessing about the implications. Fulfilling markets the funds in question of these from Jean flexible allocation fund and the fund Ray, flexible fund, then the assets left to Bank deposits and other unspecified items both funds disclosed that ninety nine percent of the units were redeemed during the period. They gain new reason on who pull the money, and why the so-called national team is believed to be in the markets offering a measure of support but for these two funds. It's more like. I'm out in gone. I'm Rishaad Salamat, Bloomberg daybreak Asia. Well, the FBI is examining packages containing explosives two leading Democrats as well. CNN? Ed Baxter is covering all the global news in the Bloomberg nine sixty seven Cisco newsroom. Ed. Yeah. Juliet, Barack Obama Hillary Clinton Eric Holder, Maxine Waters, earlier financier. 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"dow industrials" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"dow industrials" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Trading session boosted his two from desmond strategist at bear barred haired i can baird forgive me he knows that more than eighty percent of world stock markets are at new highs but he does talk about some particular named enjoying a season tailwind into the end of the year push joining us on the phone from sarah said i got not enough sleep apparently bruce last night said forgive me nice to have you back with us uh a lot going on particular stacks enjoying a season tailwind into year and you don't see that this is going to be kind of a tell wind at telling were all stocks i enjoy move to the upside noel go ahead of uh more a better rally of the of the year protect or you're not temer woke up we had a nice crowd were measured and burt certainly on terminal videos and pay but very broadbased rally last week and really everything you very much and pierre by that i mean the dow industrial doubt court iraq 2000 nasdaq mid cap industry in global order you know we help we bull market everything is in gear everything in harmony and and a market the looking for trouble you typically have diversion could show up that some are doing oil from doing poorly that maybe overseeing as well but garnett environment everything is an armada ever in gear and that her paul burke the market ally could it be up to be limited and you say specifically more than eighty percent of world stock markets are at new high so that's almost like everybody being all lane that's a positive sign or a sign that were getting to the top no i think that's a positive sign like i said at a healthy market that's what you have and ball market and in general are or world wide in moscow under not normally localize so if you're going to have a great for market is typically a global your nature it is interesting to the the unit expected this of these markets and what that means but that all markets the metal be going up at the same time but i'll be rising and value ultimate value intrinsic value at the same time to do see overallocation anywhere in this global equity markets no there's no question over valuations earlier problematic here but anyway i misunderstood dirctor not a very good under cater for determining the direction.

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"dow industrials" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"dow industrials" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Local public health authorities quickly to learn more visit cdc dot gov slash vital signs your money on seven twenty wgn here's orient samuelson good morning as we look at wall street this morning again technologies dogs playing a role oh helping the s p 500's another new record on the last trading day of the month the dow taken down by losses in industrial stocks and consumers from the very early one tyre according to the commerce department which accounts the consumers rambling which account for more than twothirds of us economic activity edged the just a tenth of a percent again the influence on that one more than likely the hurricane were raid remembers vow the dow industrial average down five points the s p five hundred that a three the nasdaq is up thirteen points and that the cbo we is up a tenth of a boy our first look good rain grade on this last reading the the monthly december we've gone dragged up just hapless earned a bushel four fifty five and a half these member corned down half a percent of the bushel of three fifty two november soybeans down three of the quarter at nine fifty six and the quarter and wives dog futures chicago mercantile exchange the december lean hogs gone drug trading higher it's up seventy seven cents at a nickel over fifty nine dollars 100weighted the october lied titled come dragged.

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