36 Burst results for "Dow Jones"
Fresh update on "dow jones" discussed on Weekly Wealth Report
"If you can't attend one month, hopefully the following month. Maybe it's something that will be, uh, something of interest to you. So with that, let's again talk about the markets here this past week if your first time listener Here to the weekly wealth report. This is a financial talk show. I started this program many years ago and we discuss finance investments. Financial planning. Rather, we talk about the stock market, the economy, world events. What's going on in the world of business and I try to Compact a lot of activity through the week. In the five days prior to this Sunday's show, Bring it all together here on Sunday for one hour. Can Seiss program talking about a lot of events will open up the phone lines from time to time as it did last Sunday. I don't think I'll probably get around to opening up the phone lines here today. This Sunday. But let's get down to some information and talk about where the markets were so through intraday activity this past Friday, September 17th now Jones industrial Average entered a hovering right around 34,600 points and NASDAQ run around 15,100 S and P 500 about 44 50 and the Russell 2000 Small Cap index hovering again intraday through Friday, Right around 20 to 30. Just to talk about numbers month to date that puts the S and P 500 in negative territory down over percent so far month to date, But now Jones almost Declining 2% so far month to date NASDAQ down about a half a percent month to date, and that puts the Russell it not quite 2% about 1.8% month to date declined again. Those are through intraday numbers on this past Friday, September 17th year to date numbers, however, again remarkable to say the very least, here today, Numbers s and P 500 up approximately 19% year to date, the Dow up over 13%. The NASDAQ over 17% and the Russell 2000 up over right around almost 13% again. Those are year to date numbers, looking at the numbers through this past week, and when we look at, you know the activity going back this week through this past Friday, the 17th of September Interestingly enough, U. S equities really have continued their seasonal September slide despite some of the modest gains earlier this week that we had not so much on Friday, but earlier this week And when I mentioned, you know, kind of where we are numbers wise month to date, you know, we did have some gains this week earlier in the week through Thursday, the NASDAQ and Dow Jones had gained about 0.4% this week, while the S and P through Thursday was up about 0.3% Small Cap. Russell 2000 Index I mentioned earlier also has moved. About 0.2% higher. That was through Thursday. Despite Friday's pull back and sector leadership, I think has really been evident in the energy sector this past week, which has climbed more than 4%. And when we look at the next best performers, however, They are well behind with gains of less than 1% so energy being a very interesting sector, Uh, out of the S and P 500 this week again climbing over 4%. Those other sectors, which were the next best performers, but again, well behind the energy sector include consumer discretionary financials. And REITs. And then, of course, utilities and materials. Stocks are the worst performers so far this week through Thursday evening, each of those sectors declining more than 0.7%. And as I said, before, you know, for the month s and P 500 down so far, in our view, when I say our view, I'm referring to RBC Wealth management. RBC Capital Markets LLC. In our view, this should not come as a surprise because what month are we in? We're in the month of September. Even going back this summer, July and August. People typically talk about the old adage, sell in May and go away and the summer doldrums. Yet we had some pretty positive months this summer. However, when we get back into school, we get back into the swing of things as we did here just a few short weeks ago and we start to see. Hopefully I sense of or return to a sense of normalcy. People start to kind of get back in the swing of things. We typically see some fall volatility. And that's why I said it should not come as a surprise to investors because September September is the only month in which the S and P. 500 has delivered losses on average since 2000 and 10 Again, You know that I'm a data. Uh, you know, junkie if you will, and and really enjoy data and statistics, numbers, historical data that I tried to extract and bring here to this show on Sundays to the weekly wealth report. So think about that we go back since 2000 and 10. That's just something I want you all to recognize that September is the only month in which the S and P 500 has delivered losses on average since 2010. Now let's talk specifics. So specifically, the index has fallen. By an average of 0.6% in September this month every year since 2010 So again, I'll repeat that. In case you didn't catch it. The index s and P 500 has fallen by an average of 0.6% in September every year. Since 2000 and 10 no other month has been worse than a 0.1% gain on average over the same timeframe. To think about that No other month in the calendar year has had a return worse than 0.1% gain positive on average over that same time frame since 2010 yet September has just been awful for investors, or at least for the S and P 500. The silver lining, though, however, Is that September weakness typically has come ahead of the most attractive window of returns. Okay, which is October through February. So if you're listening to the weekly wealth report here today, Sunday, September 19th. I hope you're paying attention to some of this information I'm sharing with you all this data, the statistics that I like to often Reference and again. I compile a lot of information through the week. But I also like to bring historical data to real time. What's happening today in the market, which is why I put together this weekly wealth report years ago, so Again. I talked about September weakness coming ahead of the most attractive window of returns because some people if you're again I mentioned to somebody last night. There's an old saying that You know, it's not timing the market that's important. It's time in the market. And for some folks that maybe got a start in the last 10 years. In the month of September or right before September, only to see a negative months impacting your portfolio. Maybe you're down and suddenly, even after one month of returns, negative returns. You're willing to kind of pull the ripcord and maybe you want to change your investment philosophy or your investment strategy. Okay? And yet it may be the worst time to do it. Because the September weakness again the window of returns, then starts October through February. Let me put this in perspective this five month window between October through February..
Private Payrolls Increase by Just 374,000 in August
"Our economy is realigning in various ways private poet payroll increased by just three hundred seventy four thousand in august the estimate from adp with six hundred thousand. This is from cnbc us. Companies created far fewer jobs than expected in august as the covert resurgence coincided with cutbacks in hiring according to a report wednesday for payroll services firm. Adp private payroll rose. Just three hundred. Seventy four thousand for the month well. Below the dow jones estimate of six hundred thousand though above july three hundred twenty six thousand which was revised downward slightly from the initial. Three hundred. thirty thousand reading. Most of the new jobs came from leisure hospitality which added two hundred one thousand positions in a somewhat hopeful sign that an industry beset by labor shortages continues to recover education and health services combined. Fifty nine thousand for the month is hospitals in some parts of the country were swamped with virus. Cases and schools began to reopen following a robust recovery from the shortest but steepest recession in. Us history economic data late has been disappointing. Possibly reflecting pullbacks from the summer surge of the delta
Modest Gains Nudge Nasdaq Above 15,000 for the First Time
"Gains but enough to earn both the S and P 500 NASDAQ composite index fresh closing highs. Yes and PhD, up six points today and the NASDAQ Rose 77, the first ever close above 15,000 for that tech heavy index. The Dow Jones industrials gained 30 points
U.S. stock futures mixed as market shrugs off inflation report
"Wall Street stocks close mostly higher in training Wednesday with decliners led by technology shares. The Dow Jones industrials gained 220 points. The NASDAQ lost 22. The S and P. 500 added. 10 U. S futures are flat and after hours trading, Asia Pacific markets are
Dow closes above 35,000 as stocks end week at record highs
"Setting day for stocks as the major indexes all learned fresh closing highs. The Dow Jones industrials rose nearly 240 points to finish above 35,000 for the very first time.
Dow closes past 35,000 for a new record high
"Stocks As the major indexes all earned fresh closing highs. The Dow Jones industrials rose nearly 240 points to finish above 35,000 for the very first time. This actually could be
400-Point Gain Turns Dow Industrials Positive for the Week
"Major averages ended the week with record closes today, rebounding from the previous session's losses of concerns of a slowdown in global economic growth. The Dow Jones industrial average rose about 448 points, or 1.3%. The S and P. 500 was up just over a percentage point and the technology heavy NASDAQ composite rose 1% as well. Today's comeback brought all three major averages into the green For the week. The Dow rose a quarter percent for the week, and the S and P. 500 NASDAQ were up almost half a percent for the week. The stocks that led the losses on Thursday all recovered with major gains today. Bank of America jumped 3.3% leading a bounce in financial shares. American Airlines and United Airlines both gained more than 2%.
Virgin Galactic's Richard Branson to Fly to Space
"Pilots and three other mission specialists will make up the crew. Branson's voyage aboard Virgin Ones. Galactic spaceship will come just nine days before fellow billionaire Jeff Bezoza takes off for his own trip to the edge of space in one of his blue origin rockets. Well, the Dow Jones industrial average is up by about the same margin as it was down
Keep Track of Investments with Alexa
"You have stocks that you like to track or do you have Bitcoin or other cryptocurrency, Investments? Do you have index funds? You can use Lexi wage to actually keep track of the latest prices of these various Investments that you have, and it's really simple. You just simply ask Lexie, what is the price of, and then fill in the blank. So, for example, wage see what's the price of the Dow Jones like Lexi? What's the price of the S&P Lexi? What's the price of Bitcoin? Or you can even do the same thing with specific company? Stocks, let's see what's the stock, price of Boeing cetera, etc, etc. So there you go. You can get a good sense of, where your stocks are performing. And if you've got a show device, one with a display, you actually get to see a nice little graph to
Nasdaq Holds Gains for Record High, Dow, S&P 500 Close Lower
"Afternoon. The Dow Jones industrial average, which opened slightly higher is down 27 points. 33,009 18. The S and P 500 up about a 5000.4000 to 47, the NASDAQ piling on the gains from yesterday's record high up about 19 points
US Stock Indexes Are Mixed
"Pat US stock Mark. And indexes were again mixed. Yesterday, The Dow Jones industrial average fell. 0.1% and the S and P 500 was essentially unchanged. But the NASDAQ was up 5000.3% and the Russell 2000. The index of smaller company stocks returned almost 1.1% so mixed results
S&P 500 Posts First Back-to-Back Weekly Losses Since February
"A percent for the week. The S and P 500 was down almost half a percent, its first back to back weekly losses since February. Dow Jones Industrial Average finished down half a percent. But the NASDAQ ended up 3/10 of a percentage point breaking a four week
Dow Ends up Over 300 Points to Record High
"Another record high finish with the Dow Jones industrial Average today Amid more positive news on the jobs front, the blue chip Dow tacked on another 318 points to ended 5 34,048. S and P 500 gained 34 points, while the NASDAQ composite rebounded 50 to halt a four day skid.
The Epic Court Battle That Could Upend Apple's Future
"Talked on the show before about developer fees. Those are the commission's usually around thirty percent. That app store owners take from purchases made through their marketplaces. Some developers have pushed back against these fees. Saying there too high while store owners like apple and google have argued that the fees are necessary to keep transactions secure. This debate is the subject of a court battle between apple and the creator of fortnight epic games which kicks off today. The outcome of the trial will have ramifications for apple. And the rest of the tech giant's so for more on this. I'm joined by our apple reporter tim higgins. Hey tim thanks for being here. Thank you all right before we get started we should note that the wall street journal's publisher dow jones has a commercial agreement to supply news apple services. Okay so tim can. You remind us how we got to the trial that starts today. There's actually quite a dramatic backstory. Here right now. This is a clash of the titans. If you will it goes back to last august and the creator of fortnight epic games surprised a lot of people with an update to the fort game on the apple app store that aim to create a payment system. That would get around apple's payment system. They'll allow users to go into an epic games created pay system and that was a huge violation of apple's rules and it resulted in fortnight being booted from the app store and what followed was a pretty big legal battle that we now are seeing take place in a courtroom in oakland california and so as the court case. Kicks off today like you said in oakland. What's really the central question of this case. What is this all about. There's a few things going on here. Epic feels that apple is using. Its power anti competitive way specifically. They argue that apple has this delivery device or distribution device for apps on iphones and that it's one hundred percent controlled by them and that that is a monopoly in a bad sense and that they're misusing that power so what this case comes down to a large way is the definition of what a market is in the digital
Index Funds and Chill
"At the start of the pandemic every person on twitter with deming me slipping into those. Em's about hot stocks. They're like nicole. Should i buy xue. What are your thoughts on. Peleton net flicks is killing it right now with. Everyone stuck at home watching it. Should i buy their stock. To all of those folks who said it was their first time getting into investing is said hell to the no no investing in individual stocks and i repeated the title of this episode to them index funds and chill warren buffett. He has a very smart investor perhaps best of all time said the greatest investment americans can make is putting their money in low cost s and p five hundred index funds and when the greatest investor of all time speaks. We should seriously listen so. Let's unpack what he said. An index is a collection of different stocks by a certain set of parameters. So what does that mean when you hear the stock market report saying the dow is up blah blah blah the s. and p. Five hundred is down blah blah blah. The nasdaq is blah blah blah level. They're talking about the three main indexes the dow the s&p five hundred and the nasdaq now the dow jones industrial average or just the dow for example tracks the thirty biggest stocks in the united states including ones like apple and microsoft dizzy the s. and p. Five hundred is made up of recently five hundred and five stocks which is annoying to my organizational. Put it in a bento box praying. But i digress there. It's made up of different large cap. Companies or companies with a value of more than ten billion
Biden Administration Weighs Rule to Reduce Nicotine Levels in Cigarettes
"Report. The Biden administration is considering forcing cigarette companies to reduce the nicotine content in their products brought plenty of smoke to the market. This afternoon, Shares of Marlboro cigarettes maker Altria fell 6%. Following the Dow Jones report, which says the FDA also may ban mental cigarettes outright. Shares of one company increase 22nd Century group sells cigarettes with already very low nicotine levels and its stock. Rose 11%
Stocks Close With Gains Again Friday as the Dow Pushes to Another Record
"Closed another record week on Wall Street. The Dow Jones closing at another record high of 34,200, the S and P. 500 also hit another record, marking the fourth Street week of gains. ABC News Economic correspondent Deidre Bolton reporting. Investors haven't looking beyond Wall Street for places to put their money. We men seeing a lot of, for example, Cryptocurrencies Bitcoin. We had Queen baseball public this week. So there is some concern. I think among investors huge, just traditionally invest in stocks and in bonds saying, Wow Okay, this is amazing that the market is hitting these new highs. But at what point does it become overstretched? At what point does it become people call it a bubble or front? Whatever the terminology is, so they were looking for new places to put their money.
Dow Climbs More Than 160 Points to Another Record
"Closing highs today with blue chips pacing the events. The Dow Jones industrial average rose 164 points to end the week of 34,200. Blue chip index down in the fourth straight weekly game theme S and P 500 moved up 15 points also to a new high, the NASDAQ composite added. 13 points, Morgan Stanley reported first quarter profits that more than doubled and revenue that jumped 60% to record levels. But huge trading losses related to the hedge fund. Archie goes, weighed on Morgan Stanley's stock. Shed 2.8% U. S. Oil prices fell slightly halting afford a streak of gains make crude slipped 33 cents to settle it. 63 13 a barrel Still, though it logged a weekly rise of 6.4%, that's your money now. In the
Consumer Prices Rise More Than Expected, Pushed by Jump in Gasoline
"Reported a sharp increase in consumer prices. Last month. NPR's Scott Horsley reports, the Dow Jones industrial average fell about 120 points in early trading. Consumer prices jumped by 6/10 of a percent last month. That's the sharpest increase in 2012. Higher gasoline prices accounted for nearly half the monthly increase. The prices for food, recreation and furniture were also higher. Over the past year, Prices have risen by 2.6%. That's well above the Federal Reserve long range target for inflation of 2%. But the central bank says the sharper increase coming out of the pandemic is likely to be temporary and not a big cause for concern. Inflationary figures are also somewhat magnified by the sharp drop in prices a year ago when the coronavirus first took hold in the U. S. Scott Horsley NPR NEWS Washington
"dow jones" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio
"Podcast supported by transfer wise the smart new way to send and receive money internationally. Transfer wise gives you the real exchange rate. Every time you send money abroad you can even get an account that holds up to fifty four currencies at once and convert between them any time. Join over eight million customers. In more than eighty countries who are already saving. Try them out for free at transfer. Wise dot com slash marketplace or download. The app another pandemic affect people buying recreational vehicles so they can go on trips and cook bathe and sleep inside the rv. Marketplace's andy euler spoke to some rv years in austin about this growth industry thirty two year. Old pickens is the proud owner of a brand new twelve thousand dollar camper. She and her husband ryan to behind their toyota tacoma when they want to get out of austin and it's just a little pop up so instead of like you know the canvas pop-ups skit like wider. Just kind of pops up like an a frame. She says they've been talking about getting an rv for a while and then decided to make it a christmas present for each other. We got it in january and then as like come march and april became a boom where everybody was getting one. So i'm kind of actually really glad we got it before that. Our prices have been rising during the pandemic monica teresi with the rv. Industry association says sellers. I noticed something going on in the spring. Which is already usually a good time for rv sales but it became clear very quickly that this was not demand these were new people who had either maybe considered are ing but this was what pushed them over the edge or a lot of people who had never considered are being now. We're looking for a way to get out and travel. Theresa says suppliers or seeing a big increase in first time buyers who were overwhelmingly buying cheaper. Total rv's shipments are up more than thirty five percent from a year ago. The industry is actually having a hard time keeping up with demand colin. Duffy's rv's at camper clinic. Just south of austin like this montana fifth wheel motor home. Run sixty five grand so this is a house on wheels. Duffy says he can't order enough units from manufacturers that's partly because our v makers were forced to shut down for a while in the early days of the pandemic so what happened. was the factory. Shut down for forty five days for all of these different brands and the dealership sold off of what their existing lot hat. While new buyers are snapping. Up the rv's they can find a dealerships. Not all of these rv converts in for the long haul industry observers are expecting a strong used rv market to develop on the other side of the pandemic in austin texas. I made the euler for marketplace and not in an rv but in a basement in new jersey. I'm david brancaccio marketplace morning report from apm american public media. Hey everyone. I'm eddie method as host of the marketplace podcast. This is talking about money with friends can be hard for him. A lot of my other punk friends saying i came into like four hundred and fifty thousand dollars would be like saying. I came into a million jillion dollars. How one man hit a huge windfall from his friends. Like the dirty little secret until you no longer cut. You can catch this episode of this is uncomfortable wherever you get your podcasts..
"dow jones" Discussed on KTOK
"To file for bankruptcy due to the corona virus Dow Jones says as soon as Wednesday I'm Joe Duggar Bloomberg radio XXY FM ninety six point one Oklahoma City a revenue failure I'm Beth Myers in the news radio one thousand Katie okay new center with oil prices collapsing in revenue collections tightening amid the corona virus outbreak the state equalization board today declared a four hundred sixteen million dollar revenue failure for the current fiscal year that ends June thirtieth and advise the legislature up a one point six billion dollar revenue gap for next fiscal year which begins July first governor Kevin Stitt chairs the equalization board he says it's time for state government to get more efficient all of our employees are are are working from home in state government it is a great time to re envision and reform and strategically reform how we deliver core service check those core services over the long haul the legislature has already appropriated rainy day money to prevent budget cuts through June lawmakers are still working on next year's budget and the city of Oklahoma City is preparing annual budget cuts of three point three percent for the police and fire departments and eleven and a quarter percent for all other departments because of the expected long term effect of the covert nineteen pandemic city budget director Doug Dowler says it's the start of a very difficult period for the local economy city manager Craig Freeman will formally propose the cuts to the Oklahoma city council on may twenty sixth president trump said today that people should still continue social distancing as the corona virus curve flattens in hot spots around the country during this time Americans must maintain strict vigilance and continue to practice careful hygiene social distancing and the other protective measures that we've outlined and that everybody's become very familiar with he says in some metro areas there's been a downturn in the number of deaths he explained it's important to keep fighting against the virus on the medical front while re opening the economy in its daily report out today Hey the state health department reported three additional deaths from covert nineteen in Oklahoma two in Cleveland county one in Caddo county there were one hundred forty three total deaths in the state and two thousand six hundred eighty confirmed cases more than thirty five thousand people have been tested insurance fraud is nothing new but at the Oklahoma employment security commission they say they're dealing with a significant increase in fraudulent coronavirus claims director of unemployment insurance Kerry master told the Tulsa world the agency has identified more than twelve hundred fictitious claims for benefits he says once they're canceled their forwarded to the U. S. labor department the state attorney general's office and local authorities Oklahoma City firefighters were called to a burning garage apartment early Sunday and they were met by a man who said he jumped out of a second story window and that his wife was still inside shift commander Jim Williams told news four firefighters immediately began a search and rescue operation immediately.
"dow jones" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"The week just past the Dow Jones industrial average was up about five hundred and twenty three points or two point two percent the S. and P. five hundred last week was up about eighty five points or three percent and the nasdaq last week was up about four hundred and ninety seven points or six point one percent for the year to date the Dow Jones industrial bridge is down fifteen point one percent the S. and P. five hundred year to date is down eleven percent and the nasdaq year today is down three point six percent Jeff if you run your retracement analysis I put I put you on the spot but you know I guess the the reason why I was bringing this up and and wanted to go into this is obviously this past week we had another good week obviously nasdaq leading index up six point one percent for the week and year to date the nasdaq only being down three point six percent so it has had quite a spectacular retracement from the corona correction that that we have gone through to say the least but but but to all investors are we still there still point T. one T. plenty of buying opportunities across the broader markets so a lot of great stocks a lot of great positions that you can still get it very nice discounts because this recovery is going to continue to take a longer period of time well one thing I was going to say yeah Friday hasn't necessarily been the greatest in terms of market performance here of late fries of not medically good day because investors traders didn't want to go into the weekend being long stocks there typically yes other positions and go into the going the weekend with more cash in their portfolios well you Friday it was this Friday was certainly a different animal altogether with a pretty powerful move especially in the last hour in the entire week you're from the Dow is down for the week was up five hundred twenty three points with the downside it was up over seven hundred so the entire week was made on Friday for the down so what I'm looking at the questions.
"dow jones" Discussed on WTOP
"St Dow Jones adding seven hundred four points they're up all across the big board today to close out this work week on Friday nasdaq tech stocks led by one eighteen into round things off S. and P. five hundred tacked on seventy five points again president trump going at it with governors again over this corona virus pandemic it's nine thirty one CBS news update several states have begun announcing plans to begin re opening president trump is cheering the month really incredible things are happening and at some point in the not too distant future we can have our country back Texas governor Greg Abbott says retail shops and parks will reopen doctors will be back in art openings announced today include activities that should pose minimal or no threat to expanding code nineteen additional openings will be announced on April the twenty seventh after further input from the advisors and the medical staff that governor Andrew Cuomo says hard hit New York cannot open without more help the federal government should not wipe their hands of this and say the states are responsible for testing we cannot do it we cannot do it without federal help CBS news update I'm Deborah Rodriguez it's nine thirty two here on WTOP major developments involving your kids and education during this pandemic we start in Maryland were public schools will stay closed now until least mid next month a Maryland school superintendent Dr Karen Solomon broke the news of the governor's press conference today after extensive consultation with the state board of education and leading public health experts in the state I am extending the closure of schools through may fifteenth with regards to the remainder of the school year in the summer we will use this time to examine every option and continue to develop a long term plan for recovery salmon says she understands the anxiety students are feeling right now especially seniors but she promises their accomplishments will be recognized properly meantime prince George's county public schools completed its first week of distance learning I'm hopeful that we will be able to return to school in the fall Q. Murphy is the parent of a sixteen year old at laurel high school in prince George's county she's also an educator in Montgomery County and says she's taking the long view in terms of the impact that distance learning is having on students including her own son prince George's county made the decision to give students pass or incomplete instead of letter grades for the fourth quarter I want to make sure that as students they will be actively engaged and they won't sit back a little bit because they know that there's a certain amount they need to do in order to pass Kate Ryan WTOP news let's head over to the district's mayor Bowser says DC public schools and public charter schools will not re open this school year D. C. P. S. will continue distance learning through the remainder of the academic year and the schools will close completely on may twenty ninth which is three weeks early Bowser said she hopes to make up the next time next school year and announced the district will use the convention center for overflow patient care they will be gan set up this coming Monday and by the first week of may we will have five hundred bed set up for it low acuity care this means these beds will be for non ICU patients that do not require a ventilator during the day DC officials did a walk through the army corps of engineers and set up at the convention center will start next week on Monday nine thirty for money and such much some much needed supplies for folks on the front lines are moving two Virginia one point six billion dollars in federal stimulus money has arrived and will go toward the fight also a big shipment of personal protective gear has also come this includes more than twenty four thousand and ninety five mask as well as gloves and gambler junior governor Ralph Northam says phase one of re opening involves fourteen days of cases on a downward trend but right now we're still seeing more cases each day not fewer as for unemployment he says one hundred and six thousand more people have filed for it in the state Mike Morello WTOP news you may be surprised to learn that some covert nineteen patients are being discharged from the hospital not long after testing positive my mother tested positive for coke at nineteen just yesterday but don all Miller of Silver Spring says Holy Cross hospital is planning to discharge her seventy year old mother Eleanor Hughes who was tested after coming in with chest pain and who has experienced a series of health issues the hospital says covert positive patients can be stable and medically ready for discharge one of Hugh's insurers Kaiser Permanente Hey says in many cases including covert hospital is not the best place for a stable patient but all Miller is hoping the discharge decision will be reversed I am trying to get through the process of appeals John Aaron WTOP.
"dow jones" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"You're saying I should say is the reaction to a stimulus package and thankfully markets have responded nicely six percent for the Dow Jones today what you're looking at the Dow Jones chart now what I want to point out here is two things that red wine is a two hundred day bye figure pardon is a fifty day moving average the blue line is a two hundred day average you'll see the red line is crossed below the blue line this house is closed that is what's called a technical circles as a death cross herbal thing to say these days during this time of the death process usually will predict a down turn like you're seeing on the on the market status look as we were going down we tested we came up we tested again we came up we tested again we came up then we really took a dip here this is probably where we were looking for a low in the market if you back up and take a fifty thousand foot view I give you guys a charter that show support levels I can show you where this puts us this puts us back in Q. three of twenty third take your part in twenty sixteen so see the red line that I've drawn there if you draw the red line all the way left to take it to the end of twenty seventeen of twenty sixteen and that's where we're at right now and I have not indicated yesterday's bounce this was this I did this on Sunday but it shows your support resistance are right now we have a bit of a pretty good support line here at eighteen thousand eight hundred I'll go back to the Dow guys if you what Christianity circa records manager system director if you go back to the dell you'll notice right where that went right with that but I told you support was at eighteen eight is where this bottom was yesterday okay day before yesterday so that was our bottom now is this the real bottom are we testing like we have all the way down you know along the way here is this hidden we bounce up and we test again I believe we will I honestly believe we're gonna see a historic bounced and then a retest and then we're probably going to gather momentum again and that's typically what would happen in a standard stock market so so we're we're continuing a very big rebound Dow Jones up thirteen hundred points in trading up with twenty one points yesterday I'll tell you is it time to buy in if you are a seasoned that day trader I will now give you permission because I did it yesterday and I made a pretty penny but I had to sit there for an hour watch.
"dow jones" Discussed on KTOK
"Financial measures rolled out by global policy makers the Dow Jones industrial average gained one hundred eighty eight the S. and P. five hundred rose eleven the nasdaq composite climbed one sixty one blue apron says it has seen a sharp increase in demand for its mail order meal kits from shot in Americans in a statement the company said it expects to meet increased demand by March thirtieth with Tiffany shares ending today at one twenty six fifty France's LVMH says it's thinking of buying the stock in the open market it could mean big savings for LVMH which agreed last year to acquire Tiffany at one thirty five so what do you expect to do with all that toilet paper whatever your plans companies including Georgia Pacific Procter and gamble and Kimberly Clark say they've got you covered all of ramped up production amid surging demand Larry Kaski Bloomberg radio XXY FM ninety six point one Oklahoma City like twenty one other states Oklahoma now has a death from corona virus I'm Beth Myers the in the news radio one thousand Katie okay news center with the first confirmed death from corona virus in Tulsa the director of the Tulsa health department Dr Bruce dart says it's more important than ever now that people come together to stay apart the virus is spreading in our community is more important than ever to remain home if you're sick limit close contact containerboard gatherings he says the fifty five year old man who died yesterday did not travel recently and he becomes the first confirmed case of community spread in Tulsa county of the virus the man's been identified by friends as fifty five year old Merle dry he was a pastor at metro Pentecostal church in Tulsa he was also a grounds keeper at oral Roberts university friends say that he got sick with a cold that quickly developed into pneumonia he died yesterday only twenty four hours after being diagnosed with corona virus and the number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Oklahoma is now up to forty four the cases are spread across thirteen counties with the most in Oklahoma county at eighteen the state health department says test results are delayed because of the shortage of complete testing kits to members of the Oklahoma congressional delegation say that they've been in contact with someone who has tested positive for corona virus and they are taking precautions we get more now from Margot marrano both Oklahoma congressman Tom Cole and Kendrick horn I have decided to self quarantine after coming into contact with another member of Congress who tested positive for the coronavirus both say they have no symptoms and feel fine but they're going to follow their doctor's advice to self quarantine for two weeks out of an abundance of caution some hospitals in the Oklahoma City metro area have decided to postpone elective and non urgent surgical procedures to safeguard their employees and patients from the spread of covert nineteen the hospitals are integra some mercy Norman regional health system you medicine and Saint Anthony hospital president trump continues to criticize China's response to the corona virus outbreak could have been stopped could have been stopped.
"dow jones" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Slippery out there should do be careful Dow Jones industrials up four hundred and seven points yesterday storm team ten says governor general mondo says she's going to endorse democratic presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg is coming to town today or Monday is going to appear at a Bloomberg campaign event this morning at the Wexford innovation complex on Dyer street governor saying that Bloomberg a billionaire businessman and former mayor of New York is positioned to defeat president Donald Trump in November in fact when the news broke that Bloomberg was visiting today Rimando she's been a Bloomberg fan an ally since the start of her political career when she was running for general treasure while running for governor back in two thousand ten reminder call Bloomberg her political idle in in November when he announced that he was seeking the democratic nomination she described him as a force to be reckoned with and now she's decided to get behind him enter statement says Mike is a problem solver with a long track record of delivering results and I'm proud to stand with him today reminders news release said from fighting gun violence to addressing climate change to combating the opioid crisis and more Mike understands the issues that impact our lives every day we cannot risk another four years of president trump's destructive policies statement says and I know that Mike is the right leader to take him on will burst campaign said Rimando will be a national campaign co chair advising the candidate on issues and making appearances on his behalf and Bloomberg also plans to open an office here in Rhode Island soon and hire some campaign staff so this events happening ten o'clock this morning being held at the Wexford innovation center that's than eighty eight million dollar office building in Providence is jewelry district the show piece of the governor's economic development strategy that center opened up last summer with the help of at least thirty five million in state incentives so that's the latest news there in the bucket and protected police are charging an acupuncture doctor with sexual assault Daniel Kennedy from NBC ten with the story sixty four year old doctor Lou wrong Lou rested his C. come home today charged with two counts of sexual assault Doug police say the alleged assault happened at the center for natural healing on prospect street in Pawtucket between October and December of last year according to its website doctor Lou leads the practice with more than thirty years of experience with acupuncture and medicine he was arraigned in court and held without bail on his website patients leaving dozens of positive testimonials claiming the doctors treatments improve their health reduce their stress and relieve their pain one woman called the accusation sad telling NBC Ted Liu treated her for chronic pain in his biography also identifies himself as an assistant professor of medicine at Boston University medical school docket police would not say how the victim knew Lou but investigators believe there may be more victims and the second police asking anyone with additional information to contact them Lou is due back in court on the twentieth Daniel Kennedy from NBC tennis now seven thirty nine Katie my Vonnie if any in the Providence journal says just a matter of days now the former house speaker Gordon fox will be and entirely free men no longer under federal probation supervision it's been out of prison for quite some time but he's been on probation on February the thirteenth time will be up on fox's supervised release term following his release from federal prison on Valentine's day two thousand eighteen according to the AG's office in anticipation federal prosecutors entered an agreement on a payment plan for the more than ninety three thousand dollars in restitution fox still Lois following his conviction on bribery wire fraud and tax evasion charges fox was fifty eight now it's going to pay at least seven hundred Bucks a month under the agreement approved by U. S. District Court judge William E. Smith once arguably the most powerful politician in Rhode Island as the house speaker S. no matter who sit in that chair fox pleaded guilty in two thousand fifteen the bribery wire fraud and tax evasion it's seven forty this.
"dow jones" Discussed on WTVN
"Dow Jones industrial average gained fifty five points on Tuesday and the nasdaq up fifteen Dave Packer ABC news forty nine for the overnight low tonight with rain moving in and the wind picks up in a big way high wind warnings in wind advisories in effect on Wednesday gusts of up to fifty miles an hour will be possible the rain will taper off pretty early will get around sixty one and then the temperatures fall in the afternoon as the sun comes out I maybe see six first warning chief meteorologist Marshall like peak on your severe weather station news radio six ten WTVN for the the wall in the the the you're listening to coast to coast AM with George Noory and just a reminder folks live program thanksgiving night I'll tell you about all the other holidays as we get close to them but for thanksgiving this Thursday night we will be here with an amazing show and of course you're part of it will take phone calls as.
"dow jones" Discussed on Digiday Podcast
"Before we get to this week's interview. I want to encourage you to subscribe to one of digitize other podcasts and that is making marketing every week I speak to leaders in media with this podcast and in making Marketing surprise surprise sharing attack speaks with marketing leaders particularly those with new brands in recent weeks charene sat down with the CO founders of a brand that makes shoes in quarter sizes a CMO of one of the oldest insurance companies in the game that's metlife and the head of marketing over at one of the most visible France that is quip that podcast is making marketing subscribe now wherever you listen to your podcasts. Welcome to the digital podcast asked him Brian Marcy before we get started I wanNA give my usual reminder that you should become a digital plus member but I have an extra inducement digitally plus gets you unlimited access who are content all of our content and even working on a member bonus version of this podcast that should be next year we're not quite sure how that will look but it will happen I promise you mean we also give digital plus members exclusive research and newsletters and a lot more for a limited time go to digital dot com slash subscribe he's podcasts at checkout and you'll get thirty percent off that's thirty percent that's podcast checkup try this week I was joined by Josh thin comb the Global Sierra The Dow Jones Josh and I discussed what revenue diversification looks like Dow Jones with strong subscription business data events and content marketing services are due to its model and we also delve into life after the third party Cookie Hobie enjoying Josh on the podcast thanks for having me it's been a while it has been a while so explain exactly what's under your re-met sure so I oversee advertising and marketing services for our media properties which are the Wall Street Journal Barron's Market Watch financial news and in global business. Not The subs business tell me why these are not an opposition what you're doing and then what what the subscription side is yeah I mean I think if if the advertising goal was just a mass as much scale as possible then you could see a paywall and you know sort of blocking of access to some of our content as in conflict with the advertising business but actually see our businesses selling scarcity selling access to highly engaged first professional audiences and that's exactly what we're building through our membership business okay advertising business a little challenge these days Yeah uh-huh media companies so the market is demarcus challenging that said we have some really interesting bright spots in the AD business okay I'm on the bright spots with the good stuff first thing is I think our digital advertising offering sort of coming into its own admittedly I think the journal and the brands have been a little sleepy on the digital ad front but the actual underlying resources that we have the data that we have is digital advertising gold and I think this has been the year this past year where we finally put the focus and the investment to create really interesting differentiated digiland products and we're seeing record growth as a result so that's you know sort of a growing up I think of the journal digital ad business is growing growing shrinking it's not shrinking okay the opposite of shrink yes exactly right getting bigger so that's a clear bright spot and I think there's more upside for us in the short term because again we're we're scratching the surface of what's possible with the data that we have we had one person in Ad Tech when I started just over a year ago now a sizeable team whose entire job is is to create interesting digital ad products off the back of our first party data and what's an example so well in addition to just offering highly accurate audience segments built off our first party data because of our membership business we had a product that we launched this year called fee attic which was a contextual targeting tool actually built off another product that Dow Jones owns called Fat Tiba so we've built a patented a that sits on top affect Tiba which is a product that ingests thirty three thousand new sources from around the world million articles a day in this algorithm it creates a taxonomy of of themes and get smarter and more nuanced every day then we apply that taxonomy to every new piece of content that we publish on the journal or Barron's Market Watch so we can offer our advertisers the opportunity to be adjacent in real time to incredibly specific themes in terms contents it's much more sophisticated than keyword targeting for example and that's been sort of the hit of the year in Digital Advertising I think we over delivered on our expectations by about three acts in the first year and that's something obviously that average has can't get from Google and facebook I think you know there are very few if any companies that have the access to this much quality content coming through Activa and and certainly no one has is this exact sort of machine learning algorithm we've patented it and you know we're finding that it's again not only incredibly sort of popular with advertisers it's performing much better than almost any other targeting Approach that we take so on the targeting front obviously the pendulum swung very hard towards audience targeting tell you what happened there I don't feel like Holy Shit really and you know we've been talking about it swing back to context I mean are you actually see in this in the market hopeful no I I you know I think it's it's in the interest of publishers that it does but I I think there is some truth in it you know number one audience targeting doesn't take into account in many instances context I think that creates you know some of the brand safety issues we've seen people just chasing audiences said forgetting about anything else so I think there's a sort of a a rationalization around all right well you know I might be getting purser thinking I'm getting a person that I want but where did I find them and what's the context of it so that's the first thing the second and probably bigger change is going to be you know the inability to establish identity at scale across the open web you know as as we enter a world with cookies and more restrictions on third party data so people are going to look for in my mind sort of one of two things one publishers who have significant against amounts of First Party data and can establish some kind of identity on their platforms and and and our properties are in the enviable position of having pretty significant sort of logged in consumption base where we have a big digital membership business we know a lot about the people that are coming to our sites so from an audience targeting perspective you know we're going to become increasingly I think in rarefied company in terms of media companies who have I party data at some amount of scale secondly a are the other the other way to kind of address this this coming cookie apocalypse as it were is to look for proxies audience targeting which is contextual targeting right back to where the I guess the web started to some degree and I think contextual targeting tools are becoming more sophisticated like the one we rolled out we're not the only ones working on products like this so I think you're gonNA see again focus on publishers who have a lot of first party data and I think you're going to see the use of contextual targeting you know come back into vogue think broadly will be the winners of this this cookie pacalypse there's a lot of things going on right now to limit the use of third party cookies in third party cookies have been the workhorse right so that digital advertising was built built on the back of the walled gardens and the big platforms. I think they do well. They've done they this will help them you know th they have identity at scale yes oh they're not as dependent obviously in some cases not really at all dependent on third party data so this will help them and you can say all right what helps them sort of hurts the rest of the publishing industry and in aggregate that may be somewhat true but among the sort of non walled garden options I think you will see sort of winners and losers you know and and winners will be the one who do have a lot of valuable first party data that they can bring to the party needs some scale scale yeah absolutely right our brands are are at an all time high I'm happy to say in terms of paying members but also total digital reach so you know given the audiences we cater to we've got enough scale on which to apply this targeting to be a really interesting option for reaching sort of the the business elite and Oh you know I I like to think we'll be among the the winners in the sort of non walled garden world but it is gonNA come down to sort of a half and half knots in terms of First Party data you know all of the scrutiny on the platforms to actually benefit publishers in in the in the reality of the ad cricket or is that just something that's going on like you know at this really high level yeah no I I think it already is benefiting US actually you know I can't speak to what there's sort of internal motivations are but you know we are seeing better commercial opportunity coming from the platforms than we ever have had so you know we've we've done a couple of big deals this year with platforms I think the general environment is one where they are valued or they are being forced to value so quality journalism and recognize they have to pay for it in some way so I think the relationship between the platforms and and quality publishers is better today than it's maybe ever been and that could be a result of some of the scrutiny on them instead of doing it because they have to but I also think you know consumers are demanding more of them in terms of of what they read on those platforms and wanting to know that there's quality vetted actual information on there it seems like apple is sort of like the favourite platform apple is is apple's very publisher friendly because they're not focused on their AD business they tried to protect exactly right we are partners with apple news plus but that's yeah you sort of nascent advertising platform at this point but Yeah we did we did a a big deal with twitter this year we produced daily video show on twitter called what's now producing twenty plus videos a day live streaming all of our events so how does it work do you sell into that today sound both sort of both it's sort of a coordinated effort and they're they're great partners actually I I think you know twitter has been really fantastic partner both from a you've you know content creation support partner but also in the on the ad sailing side with you know collaborative sales teams in good terms and so we've been really pleased with facebook partner don't know well read into that let's talk about how you stitch you stitch the value proposition together because I mean you're you're coming to the market with a lot more than just all in brands sort of marketing life in the following way one I can help them better understand their target audiences especially when those target audiences are C. suite executives or institutional investors are individual investors the kinds of people that were really effective at reaching an understanding so the the first piece of it is is sort of an insider intelligence piece which is what are these people care about how are these people spending there time what's keeping them up at night a lot of which I can infer from what they're doing on my platforms and how they're using my products so that's the first piece and I think that's obviously helpful for brands because they're getting into the minds of of their customers the second thing I can do is offer them access to those customers through advertising and a very targeted way putting them in front of the right folks you know across the different properties whether that's in print or digital or events which which we can get onto a minute but I can also help them create for this audience so if I sort of I know what is interesting to CFO's as an example I can also because of the products activa get a sense into so much content sort of exists out there in the world on on any number of topics I say here's some white space but it's an area of interest and let us help you you know eight four or shoot for if it's a video or you know program for if it's an event this audience and I think we bring a philosophy with it which is the one that the Journal and the barons newsrooms you know employees every day which is we need to add value to these people's.
"dow jones" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program
"Invest in productive business what do you see a lot of people doing with the cash that they have on Hanau how many companies have you seen in the last two or three a years who are buying back stock is where the stock market is screaming why do you think yeah you WanNa know why it's going up there's a lot of free money out there and nobody's investing in new technology and research and development they're doing a lot of stock buybacks are doing a lot of reinvestment in in the stock market that money is not being put to productive use gay continuing on now if they do they speculate and financial assets and not invest in productive business grow slows further and the cycle breakdown structurally governments have to then invest more and or force wages higher and then in parentheses he said you are here say this is where we are right now what is happening right now a governments are investing their front to force wages higher because prices wage wages are not increasing people are not investing more in labor in production so what are you getting now the government has to step in and say well we're going to force you to pay fifteen dollars an hour he touched on something through here that business push down wages for profit via globalization he to put a finer point on that it's promoting immigration they've on businesses want immigrants from Third World countries to come into into first world countries because they can hire them cheaper than they can domestic labor this is one thing that Eric Weinstein talks about a lot he's coming at this from the left but seeing that business on as immigration motivations that they frame as being a an empathetic thing oh we need to do this for the people but really it's a it's a way of actually transferring wealth from middle class in a domestic country to the upper classes to the business when we need to understand there's there's nothing necessarily wrong with that okay it's only when it's whoa the what's the reason for it those see if we're if we're reinvesting in in productive use and we're able to hire labor cheaper labor cheaper than we ought to be doing that this is a you have to look at this in terms of a combination of things that are happening that cause wages to stagnate that Hawes that necessitated government to step in and force wages higher right it's because they've already made so many market manipulations that this is just the next stage and other burning the candle at both ends the governments are because they're hoarding this low skilled labor but then they're mandating that they have to be paid more so it's just it's just piling inefficiency top of inefficiency so then what what happens next we'll central banks lowering rates merely sees housing and or equity bubbles running on fumes Oh suits two thousand nine and two thousand eight in the housing collapse the equity bubbles and bond bubbles it we see now running on fumes each hiking cycle is replaced by an easing where we see lower highs and lower lows until we go negative which is the defacto debt default we are now all in negative territory in terms of negative interest rates in multiple countries around the world and or we do quantitative easing which the Bank of International Settlements recently agreed does not flow to the real economy but pours more liquidity into asset markets making the rich richer so what are they saying when we do quantitative easing it doesn't go to you helicopter been famously said we might just dump money out of a helicopter and stimulate the economy that would have an effect on you the individual it would also have a massive inflationary effect instead this newly printed money finds its way in into asset markets that's an it's a fancy way of saying the stock market why do you think the stock market is rallying why do you think it's because people people have lots of money now and they're just out there investing all of it no you'd central banks around the world are printing money and buying assets buying stock doc with it until QE allows governments more room for financial spending which the DEF- which is the defacto debt default and he says you you're here he said it's really not that hard to model a system described above order predict the outcomes from it unless you are a central banker or think tank because this all gets political rather than economical rather than rather than economic and they like to pretend that the two are divorced when they are not yet in environment where central bank balance sheets must keep expanding or else how can everything not rapidly become political and then he segues into talking about bricks sit and talking about the China trade talks Turkey you know and then and the the impending invasion of the Turkish army into Syria these are all these are it's it is plain to see for anyone who chooses to look for it that we are on the verge of an economic collapse that are central banks will not be able to stop the only thing keeping the economy together now has to do with consume the the confidence of the investor and the consumer wants that is lost I it will it will tank so fast that you won't be able to blink and no one will be able to stop it they'll they'll keep pumping money in and pumping money in nothing will save it the question is what do you do about it I'll get to that in a minute you want some further evidence of this I want you to take a look at that other article curious case of the Dow Jones Industrial Chart He says the Dow Jones is telling an interesting story technically speaking that is not sure what the message is quite yet but I find it fascinating hints it might be of interest to share first of all it's not a behavioral set of facts I it out on twitter on Monday the Dow Jones industrial average again tagged it's January two thousand eighteen highs and and again rejected all rallies to new highs have been selling opportunities all rate cuts have been selling opportunities lower highs in September risk of doubt risk of a double top so but if you WanNa see what I'm talking about you can go pull up the monthly chart of the of the Dow Jones thirty futures contract and dow-jones thirty has been forming an ascendant what what's I guess technically called an ascending wedge pattern and these historical I mean these are it a huge red flag that we're about to see a market correction so the market is going to going to fall the previous support is just under twenty four thousand and we currently sit twenty six to what is it twenty six to forty five it looks like assistance is somewhere around eighteen thousand so it is reasonable that we might see a drop in the Dow Jones Futures Contract from twenty six the two forty five to eighteen thousand that is a massive correction but once we get under twenty four thousand the next stop is eighteen gene and I think that it is highly likely that whenever this bubble cracks we're going to end up seeing a drop to at least that that point we might go to sixteen next major resistance level is somewhere between fifteen fourteen and fifteen thousand I mean that's a that's a fifty sixty percent drop the we just had no other real corrections since eighteen thousand it's roughly six thousand to eighteen thousand so it went from six thousand eighteen thousand without any real it's something that people do in addition people who do a lot of overseas a lot of overseas shipping goods and services if you're producing goods that are and we're do that on Friday so until then gas be safe be good talk you then.
"dow jones" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program
"It is a pleasure to be here with you today now we're going to talk a little bit today about the stock market and I'm going to be talking a little bit about in the ground without coming out of pocket.
"dow jones" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Dow Jones industrial average was down six hundred seventeen points or two point four percent. It could have been worse earlier in the day was down seven hundred nineteen points, the S and P five hundred fell. Two point four percent. The NASDAQ lost three point four percent of its value. While the Treasury Secretary said negotiators were still meeting with Chinese officials to work on a trade deal limitation of a hike in retaliatory tariffs on sixty billion dollars worth of American exports sapped confidence on Wall Street. It always feels bad when the market moves in the wrong direction. This quickly Jeff mills managing director at PNC financial services. But I do think you have to keep it in perspective to a degree. You know, we we ran pretty far prefabs since the beginning of the year. So the fact that you know, were maybe four or five percent from an all-time high. Now, I don't think is necessarily the end of the world. He agreed that the cost of tariffs is passed onto American businesses and consumers, but he still thinks the economic outlook is generally positive that drag on global growth, at least at this point is likely to be somewhat limited. So for our investors. We are definitely telling them to stay. The course even though we think all village in the near term. It certainly persists mills. Said things could worsen though if companies don't reinvest in themselves to keep unit costs low Rick health and bind as president and CEO of the American apparel and footwear association. He said the cost of consumer goods is already going up tariffs do not work and the president is using them shall we say as a weapon he's weaponized a tool that was in his arsenal. And it's it's going to hurt. It's going to hurt the American consumer big time. But some on Wall Street believed the strong incentives for China and the US to work out. A trade deal will end the impasse sooner. Rather than later. Steve Kastenbaum, New York. Twelve past Donald Trump junior urged.
"dow jones" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Thanks so much, Karen. Yes. We are seeing green across the screen. Let's bring in our Bloomberg stocks editor, Dave Wilson. What stores falling Dave? Well, you've already mentioned Proctor and gamble Paul. It's one of three companies that are Dow Jones industrial average reported since late yesterday. It actually has the smallest gain of the three four percent higher yet. You've got to other stocks up even more than that one of them is United Technologies with a gain of more than five percent. The company's companies and sales surpassed analysts average estimate in a Bloomberg survey by the most in more than a decade. This year's earnings may also beat projections. And then you have IBM up about seven percent. The computer company's fourth-quarter earnings and revenue beating estimates IBM's consulting business led the way the company's profit forecast for this year also topped projections before you go into all of the other things I wanna just talk about how important earnings are this time around given the fact that we don't have the broader data in other words every day. The forward-looking expectations of these companies. Whether it's Proctor and gamble or whether it's delta makes that much more of a difference because we don't have that economic data from the fed or from any other agency absol- EMMY, there would be a focus on earnings. Anyway, at this point, given that we're seeing the numbers kind of broaden out the on the financial companies reported last week that says your point is well taken that there's even more reason to focus on the corporate numbers because you don't have as many economic numbers to go through. And so today as you've been talking about we've been seeing better than expected, earnings IBM. Of course, had a surprise pop in their cloud business. Is there any larger takeaway before you go into the other details or any larger takeaway that we can kind of get about the economy right now, you know, I'm kind of reluctant at this point. Those companies that are up I.
"dow jones" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"This is real news and information five seventy KLIF. Cloudy. Fifty degrees with five seventy KLIF news and information, I'm Chad Dickson delays to people who want to be the next Dallas mayor keeps growing. Dallas state Representative Eric Johnson has announced he's running Johnson was first elected to the legislature in twenty ten. He says he can offer the citizens of Dallas, a unique combination of experience, energy and creativity. When it comes to solving problems Johnson was recently behind the push to have confederate plaques removed from the state capitol frito Ross KLIF news. Let's get a look at your money. Here's Spencer McGowan with NetWorth radio at the lows of the first trading day of the week. Dow Jones industrial average down over five hundred points a series of negative headlines. US cancels trade planning meeting with China. Unusually large drop in home sales and the decline led by technology. Amazon down nearly five percent to the day. Versus Dow Jones industrial average down a little over two Google gave up three percent clearly technology leading the way down interest rates on the thirty year. Treasury and the ten year treasury fell by nearly five basis points treasury buying confirming concerns about an economic slowdown. I'm Spencer mcallen, president McGowan group net worth radio dot com. News information time is seven five. Let's get a look at your forecast. And I think should start to clear up. It's going to stay Wendy and turned colder with lows in the mid thirties tonight tomorrow,.
"dow jones" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode
"Two apple in court shareholders win either way then there's tyson foods which bought hillshire brands for seven point seven billion dollars three years ago after furious bidding war with another me company at the time i thought it was medical repair cents on the show but it turned out to be a genius move and tyson stuck his zoom from the low forty to seventy five as the company's consistently beaten expectations turned out at wasn't overpay was an underpay this morning's triffickers report confirms what ceo tom hayes told us not that long ago in the show that the combination will at tyson's dominate at mcdonald's at the supermarket at the export market they have with this when it took look buffalo wild dow jones reported to right they've got a takeover bid worth of fifty sent the stock skyward thirty one box you know that all the restaurant stocks we revalued upper tomorrow based on the buffalo wild wings offer but how about the flip side not every takeover is a great idea on the flipside you've got a company like general electric geez became the poster child forbid acquisitions going all in on oil and gas at the peak all in on power when the business is about to turn down girl service purchases near the peak and then during the downturn lufkin 2013 baker useless your were bad enough but the worst ms g east 10 billion dollar takeover of alstom's power business in 2015.
"dow jones" Discussed on Stansberry Investor Hour
"It's so i just want to ask you straight up would you rather have your money if you had to invest all of your money in one type of of asset would you pick corporations or would you pick commodities oh i mean the way you asked the question my answers is commodity but the reason i say that is because when you say corporation yeah if i can make the right corporation if i doubt you know there's only one stock only one company in the dow jones industrial average it had been on beginning at general electric none of the rest of them still there so if i had bought stocks in the dow jones on the year nikko 100 25 years ago i may not have any money at all a very little money less you at all in in general electric so when you say corporation which cooperation in tell me which one porter and i'll put all my money there tomorrow afternoon i bought amazon and 1997 a three dollars but i didn't tell you that what i mention 1898 so it doesn't cat i should have been paying better attention you hear them kill you should have put all your money in abbott on not gone into business gone into the body wiped your amatine well i have mark you are what what i did was i sold at all after tripled for spring break in 1998 i took my girlfriend to the beach and key west most expensive trip i've ever taken well back you're my point your badri your amount the sp 500 uk bad yet be five hundred you have to buy the lee is darker you have to buy the stock.
"dow jones" Discussed on Louder With Crowder
"Dow jones louise the band used strong we had gone wrong rulings as long as we've just and.