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Consumer Spending Rose in June, but Pullback Damps Recovery

Morning Edition

00:53 sec | 5 d ago

Consumer Spending Rose in June, but Pullback Damps Recovery

"Stocks open mixed this morning as the government reported a bigger than expected jump in consumer spending. Last month. NPR's Scott Horsefly reports, the Dow Jones industrial Average was down about 10 points in early trading. The Commerce Department says consumer spending rose more than 5.5% in June following an even bigger jumpin May consumer spending has rebounded from the sharp drop in March and April. Analysts warn that recovery maybe Peter Ring out, though a surgeon new Corona virus infections has made many people wary about shopping and dining out. What's more, personal income has been slipping as federal relief payments are exhausted, and that drop is likely to accelerate the extra $600 a week and unemployment benefits that Congress authorized early in the pandemic officially expires today. So far, lawmakers have not been able to agree on any sort of extension. Scott Horsefly. NPR NEWS.

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Fresh update on "dow jones" discussed on Mandy Connell

Mandy Connell

00:23 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "dow jones" discussed on Mandy Connell

"Family. The identities of the victims have not yet been released. The Trump campaign is suing the Vatis plan to send absentee ballots to all voters in November. The action comes a day after the president praised absentee voting in Republican run Florida Nevada is expected to be a battle Get ground state in the presidential election. The coven 19 pandemic has really hurt the oil and gas industry In Colorado Secretary of State Jenna Griswald sharing data compiled from filings with her office today, the oil and gas industry continued to experience a downturn with the number of rigs decreasing by 84% of the state. You're over Europe, while retail gasoline prices remain low, decreasing 6.8% since The beginning of the year. That decline really hit Weld County, where Griswold says there are now only four operating. Riggs, Dow Jones and the S and P, extending another big win streak. The Dow industrials closing up today, 373 points. The S and P 500 gaining 21 the NASDAQ up 57. Our Next news updates at 2 30 I'm Susan with gin on K O a news radio a 50 AM and 90 for one FM. It's your chance to win.

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2 grim reports are expected on virus' damage to US economy

Morning Edition

00:52 sec | 6 d ago

2 grim reports are expected on virus' damage to US economy

"Stocks opened lower this morning after two discouraging economic reports. NPR's got Horsley reports. The Dow Jones industrial average fell about 500 points in early trading. In a grim yardstick of the economic toll taken by the Corona virus pandemic. The Commerce Department says the U. S economy shrank at an annual rate of 32.9% this spring. That's the sharpest contraction in Postwar history. The drop between April and June was nearly four times as steep as the worst quarter of the great recession. By the end of the quarter economic activity began to pick up again, but I hope for recovery this summer could be short circuited as the nation continues to wrestle with a surge of new infections, the Labor Department says new claims for state unemployment benefits rose last week for the second time in a row new claims for a special federal unemployment program. Dropped. Scott Horsley. NPR NEWS

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Fresh update on "dow jones" discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:38 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "dow jones" discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek

"This is a Bloomberg Business World Headquarters. I'm Charlie. Hello. There you have it. Another record for NASDAQ model. The S and P. No. Stack has 100 index all moving higher SNP, climbing within to percent of its record. Stocks closing near session highs. SNP had its fourth straight advanced submit encouraging news on the vaccine front and speculation lawmakers are making progress on an economic aid package. Here's where we ended the Wednesday session as and P 500 index up 21 points to 33 27. That was a gain of 270.6%. Bringing its year today. Gay now tow 3% NASDAQ record closed 10,998 up 57 points. That was a gain of 5/10 of 1%. And the Dow Jones industrial Average rally 373 points today, up by 1.4%. 10 year he'll 100.54% gold, up $18.95 He counts. A record at 2038. Up my intent to 1% West Texas Intermediate crude oil hard today by 1% $42.13.

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Here's what a weakening U.S. dollar means for stocks

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

02:14 min | Last week

Here's what a weakening U.S. dollar means for stocks

"With with with with with with Sully Sully Sully Sully Sully Sully and and and and and and ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, falling falling falling falling falling falling Dollar Dollar Dollar Dollar Dollar Dollar dollars. Looking pretty shaky on DH. That sounds horrible, right? A weaker dollar. Well, it's not actually that bad. If you think about a currency meltdown, a weaker dollar is actually positive for US stocks, but foreign stocks will probably benefit more. There is what's called the Ice US Dollar Index, and that's a measure of the currency against six other Ranger currencies, which are the euro. I think it's the yen. The British pound Killian dollars. Swedish krona Swiss Frank I'm pretty sure that's it Anyway. Way we have fallen to a 22 month low Lord below $94.47 94. 40. Now that means basically our dollars were forced sense. sense. Those Those other other currencies, currencies, and and that that comes comes after after hitting hitting more more than than the the three three year year high high on on March March 22nd 22nd or or we we were were worth worth a a buck buck three three against against all all of of those those so so sort sort of of knowing knowing exactly exactly what what to to make make of of the the dollars dollars Pretty Pretty confusing. confusing. AA AA weaker weaker dollars dollars typically typically seen seen by by the the way way is is a a positive positive for for the the US US economy economy because because weakening weakening dollar dollar means means that that imports imports become become are expensive, but it means that exports are more active consumers. Of course, consumer spending drives are all spending drives GDP, and that's why we sort of like a bee. A strengthening dollar dollar is bad for exports. Ah, but good for imports. So bottom line stocks have done just fine. During the recent dollar bull markets, which have reflected the strength the US economy, But a weaker dollar is not necessarily good for stock. If it reflects some bigger problems, and the bigger problems are, of course, we're in a repression here, So a T end of the day you have three years confuses you were before I started talking about falling taller, but but I will tell you it's not such a bad thing for stocks, and there's evidence why what's going on this morning? Dodgers. NASDAQ SNPL LOOKING CREATE NASDAQ 10,000 For 97 That's 1.2% looking great SPF 30 to 30. The Dow Jones 26 5 50 coming up at 7 20 this week, were to learn the size of the hole. That the U. S economy fell into and covert 19 struck. And what exactly, it means for Ted Ladan it me and you with respect to our to our wallets because there are good economic reports, guys, there's bad ones and in some cases There are ugly ones, and this is going to be an ugly one this week.

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Fresh update on "dow jones" discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:24 sec | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "dow jones" discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

"J NewsRadio 9 15 Also coming up this half hour sports with Jeff lesson that happened 23 45 Big board with big gains as the Dow Jones industrial Average is higher by Maur than 1%. Your money's at 3 55 sunshine clouds this afternoon behind your 75 the full forecast traffic and weather together at 3 38 W W News time now 3 31 the State Health Department announcing 657 New Cove in 19 cases today in Michigan. And that comes with two new deaths. That comes as the department.

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What is in store for stocks from now through Election Day?

Masters in Business

00:13 sec | Last week

What is in store for stocks from now through Election Day?

"Economic and geopolitical worry sent stocks lower for a second day, leaving the market lower for the weak. The Dow Jones industrial Average dropped 180 to the S and P fell 20 And as that slid 98

Fresh update on "dow jones" discussed on Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

00:31 sec | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "dow jones" discussed on Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

"As the novel coronavirus began to spread stateside in the spring humanity shares today are up 2.8%. The theatrical release has been delayed multiple times because of the Corona virus pandemic. But Disney announced that the new remake of the 1998 hit Mulan will premiere on the company's streaming service Disney plus September 4th. It'll cost you though about 30 bucks for subscribers in launching theaters that day as well, That's your money. Now. The Dow Jones industrial average up 319 points at the moments and coming up next Wipes. They're in short supply. We'll get to the details after this here in the Northwest world, asking the same questions. When will.

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What is in store for stocks from now through Election Day?

Garret Lewis

00:53 sec | Last week

What is in store for stocks from now through Election Day?

"It looks like the stock market. Gay baxam gains yesterday. What's the update Pat stocks fell yesterday, the Dow Jones industrial average was off 1.3% the S and P 500 down 1.2%. The NASDAQ that more tech or did index fell 2.3%. And yet the Russell 2000 the index of smaller company stocks was even at 0%. As we've discussed, we expect stock market volatility to continue, especially through the re opening of the economy during this Corona virus crisis, as relates to your recent comments about fiscal policy looks like there's a little news out of the Senate. What's the latest there? Yes, the Senate is developing its own bill is the next step for fiscal support in 2020 due to the crisis. Rather than taking up the more expensive house bill. Now some interesting news. The president has been suggesting a payroll tax cut, but it looks like that won't be included in the Senate bill. The Senate and White House will continue to work

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Fresh "Dow Jones" from WBT Afternoon Programming

WBT Afternoon Programming

01:07 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh "Dow Jones" from WBT Afternoon Programming

"Is exports posted a record increase rising twice. As imports on Wall Street. The Dow Jones is up 309 points the NASDAQ up 50 for the S and P 500 up 21. Now your Wgt weather forecast on nearly stationary front is a draped across the Carolina Piedmont, and that's going to continue to produce scattered thunderstorms Force here over the next couple of days. Numerous showers and thunderstorms tonight Low 71. Scattered thunderstorms tomorrow with a high 88 more showers and thunderstorms expected on Friday. High 94. Treated better Have the weather channel to use talk 11 10 and 99 3 90 degrees in Gastonia, 89 in Rock Hill in 90 degrees. Partly cloudy in Uptown Charlotte Profit by high performance real estate advisors powered by killer Williams will see you at the closing table. Time's deep counts. Wlbt News 11 10 99 BT Breast Winnable Show Underway Way Got a great show in front of us? Later on breaking bread. Jensen's going to join us at the start of the five o'clock hour to break down Roy Cooper..

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Dow Jones Charges Higher After IBM and Coca-Cola Report Earnings

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:30 sec | 2 weeks ago

Dow Jones Charges Higher After IBM and Coca-Cola Report Earnings

"Companies open their books and investors are finding reasons to send their stock prices higher. IBM's cloud Computing business saw sales go Sky high last quarter. That helped offset a pandemic punch in the services part of its business and Coca Cola sauce, Um, fizz in sales in June. They didn't fall as much as they had fallen earlier in the quarter. And the company did better than Wall Street analysts had predicted so Coca Cola shares up more than 2% and IBM is higher by about 1/3 of a percent. Crude

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Dow ends up over 360 points as investors brush off coronavirus worries

The Mentors

00:29 sec | 3 weeks ago

Dow ends up over 360 points as investors brush off coronavirus worries

"Dow Jones industrials today, Stocks again shrugged off the virus worries and we had a nice weekly gain in the market. But the day down a 369 points away for 4%. 26,075 is where we closed the week. And for the week we ended gaining a nice game. Today was one point for four and the weak was 40.96 Most of the game that we saw for the week was today

Uber in Talks to Buy Postmates for About $2.6 Billion

BTV Simulcast

00:32 sec | Last month

Uber in Talks to Buy Postmates for About $2.6 Billion

"And a possible acquisition for Postmates, the food delivery app. And now they're saying that the deal could be valued around 2.6 $1,000,000,000 according to the Dow Jones a deal could be announced next week, if not sooner, and Postmates, of course, has also been planning it possible AIPO they say in the summer, so this, of course after uber I had that failed attempt at acquiring a grub hub just less than a month ago. So this is their doubling down into the food delivery business there for uber and talks of by Postmates

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Stocks sink as virus cases jump, forcing states to backtrack

Lance McAlister

00:20 sec | Last month

Stocks sink as virus cases jump, forcing states to backtrack

"Investors are more worried about the economy S. that that sent stocks sharply lower to end the week on Wall Street a record rising from the virus cases put the brakes on re opening plants have prompted several states to backtrack the Dow Jones average average dropping dropping seven seven hundred hundred thirty thirty points points the the S. S. and and P. P. lot lot five five hundred hundred losing losing seventy seventy five five points points and and the the nasdaq nasdaq fell fell two two hundred hundred fifty fifty nine nine points points

More gains for tech as US stocks head for a 3rd monthly gain

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:24 sec | Last month

More gains for tech as US stocks head for a 3rd monthly gain

"Moderate gains for US stocks today with technology shares once again leading the way helping the nasdaq composite to its eight straight advance and another fresh closing high the Dow Jones industrials rose one hundred thirty one points the nasdaq composite gained seventy five yes he five hundred finished thirteen points higher among notable tech shares apple rose more than two percent Amazon was up almost two percent Facebook gained one and a quarter

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Marathon in Talks With Potential Buyers of Speedway Unit

CNBC's Fast Money

00:55 sec | Last month

Marathon in Talks With Potential Buyers of Speedway Unit

"We've got a mark flash on marathon petroleum. Let's get to, too. Melissa it's up roughly about three percents on six hundred thousand shares of. Volume and this is on some Dow Jones headline saying that Marathon. Petroleum the twenty five billion dollar oil refiner, not to be confused with the exploration and production company. He's looking to proceed with potential buyers of its speedway gas station unit. They're trying to sell it. It could have held evaluation about fifteen billion dollars to eighteen billion dollars in the pre covid, nineteen kind of estimate, but right now they're also looking at a possible spin off of the company, so it looks like it's restarting things trying to get this speedway. speedway units sold or spun off to shareholders or to the public in some way shape or form, but that's what's moving the stock right now, and that's the reason why it's up again about three and a half percent right now. Six hundred sixteen thousand shares after hours volumes will let you know if anything else happens with this story, but that's the reason why Melissa back over to you guys all

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Stocks Soar on Retail Sales Data

Wisconsin's Afternoon News with John Mercure

00:14 sec | Last month

Stocks Soar on Retail Sales Data

"Update U. S. stocks rose today as a record jump in retail sales and market sentiment story the Dow Jones industrial average gained five hundred twenty six points while the S. and P. five hundred index climbed one point nine percent and that is a composite increased one point

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

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:40 sec | Last month

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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Apple, Microsoft Become First American Companies Worth $1.5 Trillion... On the Same Day

Business Wars Daily

05:01 min | Last month

Apple, Microsoft Become First American Companies Worth $1.5 Trillion... On the Same Day

"Wednesday. Apple became the first publicly traded American company to reach a one and a half trillion dollar valuation. That's right. The Silicon Valley superstar continued at Sky High trajectory despite being close to foot traffic all over the world since March, perhaps even more remarkable than the news of Apples, record-breaking valuation was that the same day Microsoft also crossed the one point five trillion dollar mark share prices of Google and Amazon shot up as well although their market valuations didn't quite achieve such celestial levels. Prior Wednesday the only publicly traded company in the world. Worth that much was oil company Saudi Aramco it went public last December, so why the sudden jump in the market analysts say investors like big tech right now because lockdowns made us more dependent on technology for work and leisure than ever before stuck at home, we all downloaded programs like crazy from apple's for the load jumped by a third in the last couple of months according to Morgan Stanley, we also glommed onto the apple. Watch research firm strategy analytics. Apple sold close to eight million of the smart watches in the first quarter up almost twenty five percent from a year earlier according to Fast Company finally investors are looking ahead hopefully to apple's planned introduction of a five G. capable phone, the IPHONE twelve possibly by next month five G. is the next generation cellular network one that promises greater bandwith with and much higher speeds. And rebels in its financial success, it's also responding to global calls for civil rights on Thursday Apple. CEO Tim Cook announced that the company is investing one hundred million dollars in wide ranging racial equity initiatives from increasing its investments in education and training to better diversifying its workforce in supply chain. If apple is the darling of individual customers. Microsoft remains the choice of corporate America these days, a lot of corporate. America's employees are operating from the dining room table. In order to function companies are scrambling to provide workers with cloud, based productivity and communication software like Microsoft three, sixty five and teams, according to Barron's, but let's not give apple and Microsoft all the credit for their eye-popping valuations. Some of their boost came from. Shall we say irrational exuberance in the market overall now bear with me for a second because we're going to be explaining what happened in the market last week? which is a century in Covid nineteen time. Last Tuesday and Wednesday. Investors seem to want to believe that the pandemic was behind us. That reopening the economy would not only go smoothly, but that millions of unemployed people would get their jobs back fast. With hope, not necessarily evidence says its foundation. The market lifted to new heights. Investors were even gobbling up shares of companies in the hardest hit industries, airlines and hotels, and then evidence that we are not passed. The pandemic surfaced there are now more than two million cases of covid nineteen in America in the US more than one hundred ten thousand people have died according to Johns Hopkins University case counter spiking in several states that reopened around Memorial Day including California Florida, Texas and Arizona. Seeing these numbers investors hopes deflated, and many scrambled to sell on Thursday. The Dow Jones Industrial Average sank more than eighteen hundred points, the biggest single-day drop in the stock market, since March as many already warned, there had been no evidence that the virus was gone and the increase in cases prove those skeptics right now. Investors are worried about a dreaded second wave which could force lockdowns all over again at least regionally added to those worries remarks by Fed Chairman Jerome Powell on Wednesday. He warned that the recovery will take a long time. Time some people may struggle for years to find new jobs in some may never be able to return to their old industries. He said Powell's gloomy outlook, plus the coronavirus counts at up to wall. Street's sharp drop, but there were certain companies that seemed relatively immune. Yep, you got it. Apple and Microsoft, both fell slightly with the rest of the market. Apple ended the day just a wee bit under one point, five trillion and market value. Microsoft fell more, but don't cry any tears for them. They ended at one point four trillion. For Big Tech companies, more lockdowns means many of us will continue living and working in virtual worlds, and that means buying yet more. APPs streaming services cloud based software and the like what this means for the future of these longtime rivals, well those who like watching races or now anticipating who will reach two trillion dollars in valuation I apple or Microsoft? And went even with the economy sputtering when it comes to business wars in big tech. The goalposts just keep moving forward.

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Stock market falls steeply Thursday amid reports of covid spread and pessimism from the Fed

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:30 sec | Last month

Stock market falls steeply Thursday amid reports of covid spread and pessimism from the Fed

"When the closing bell rang yesterday at the new York stock exchange the Dow Jones industrial average was down nearly one thousand eight hundred and sixty two points a loss in value of six point nine percent the S. and P. five hundred was down five point nine percent and the nasdaq lost five point three percent after finishing above ten thousand points for the first time just a few days ago that's correspondent Steve casting bound factors in the selloff included reports of increased cases of the virus and a warning from the fed the recovery from the shutdown could take a very

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Another 1.5 Million File For Unemployment As States Continue To Reopen Economies

Todd Schnitt

01:17 min | Last month

Another 1.5 Million File For Unemployment As States Continue To Reopen Economies

"We've got new unemployment claims totaling one point five million jobs last week one point five million filings slightly lower if there's any shred of good news here is slightly lower than the one point six million estimated by Dow Jones and that so much three hundred thirty five thousand less than the previous week if my numbers are correct the new number of claims out today I has been dropping slightly for the past ten weeks but it doesn't change the fact that we are still in an unbelievably historic territory for the number of claims in total and still while they're dropping the number of claims are still record breaking here it's it's startling it's amazing that you know there are no claims are filed each and every week so since the pandemic the numbers I have and they tally up to over forty four million since this call would nineteen crap cracked this over the head more than forty four million American workers have filed

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Dow closes down over 1,800 points as stocks suffer worst day since March

Ben Shapiro

00:36 sec | Last month

Dow closes down over 1,800 points as stocks suffer worst day since March

"The Dow Jones industrial average ended the day on Wall Street down over eighteen hundred points correspondent Steve Kassebaum says it was the worst day at the New York Stock Exchange in almost three months the three major indexes recorded their worst performances since March sixteenth at the start of the corona virus pandemic investors are worried about what a second wave of coronavirus would mean for the nation's economy if some businesses had to shut down again or some states had to reinstate restrictions while New York in New Jersey continue to move ahead with their phase three openings other states are seeing their numbers of coronavirus cases increase

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Dow plunges nearly 7% on COVID-19 fears, economic forecasts

Orlando's Evening News

00:38 sec | Last month

Dow plunges nearly 7% on COVID-19 fears, economic forecasts

"Growing fears of a surge in corona virus infections around the country sending the stock markets tumbling today yep Florida comes in first with the most new infections reported in the entire country the Dow Jones industrial average sank by about seven percent in today's training while the S. and P. five hundred lost about six percent chief market strategist art Hogan of national security says a number of factors weighed on stock prices today the combination of concern over a second wave of hope it nineteen how long it's going to take it back to the kind of economic activity we're experiencing at the end of last year the beginning of this year and certainly the fact that market that got that bit ahead of themselves over the course of the last

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"dow jones" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:15 min | 3 months ago

"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.

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"dow jones" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:16 min | 4 months ago

"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.

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"dow jones" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:21 min | 4 months ago

"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.

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"dow jones" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

03:53 min | 6 months ago

"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.

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"dow jones" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:58 min | 9 months ago

"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.

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"dow jones" Discussed on Digiday Podcast

Digiday Podcast

14:28 min | 10 months ago

"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.

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"dow jones" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

The Jason Stapleton Program

26:24 min | 10 months ago

"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.

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"dow jones" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"dow jones" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"This is Bloomberg radio. From Bloomberg world headquarters. I'm Charlie Pellett. We begin this update with an update on the Mars inside Lander, which has touched down on Mars making that perilous supersonic descent through the atmosphere of Mars following a six month journey NASA saying it has landed the spacecraft on Mars to explore the planet's interior NASA last landed on Mars in two thousand twelve with the curiosity Rover. The Dow the s&p NASDAQ or all rebounding in this final hour of trading on Monday here technology shares taking us higher. We've got NASDAQ up one hundred thirty two points up one point nine percent S and P five hundred index up forty up one point six percent. Dow Jones industrial average up three hundred forty seven that's a gain of one point four percent tenured on eight thirty seconds yield three point zero six percent. Gold lower little change down about a dollar down. One tenth of one percent at twelve twenty. One and crude oil up two point three percent. Fifty one fifty eight on WTI barrel of Brent at six dollars and forty seven cents. General Motors, cutting more than fourteen thousand salaried staff and factory workers in closing seven factories worldwide. By the end of next year part of a sweeping realignment to prepare for a future of electric and self driving vehicles. Craig Trudell is following the story for Bloomberg news. It certainly is a is a plan on GM's part to to make some really drastic changes to its North American production footprint to make more SEV's and trucks fewer cars and sort of get right before a real down downturn GMC. Oh, Mary Barra talking about doing this now while while it's still a healthy company and avoiding a potential for further slumping of sales here in the US and in China, which we've seen in recent months, and the White House does say that Barra plans to meet today with White House. Economic advisor. Larry cudlow GM shares up now by five point seven five percent. Recapping stocks higher SNP up forty thousand a gain of one of the half percent. I'm Charlie pelletan. That is a Bloomberg business flash..

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"dow jones" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"dow jones" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The headlines i mean everything's exaggerated with the bank absolutely and what i mean by that is that like the index now like the dow jones is at twenty three thousand above twenty three thousand so you have to understand that the numbers are not going to correlate with the percentages as they did before so in other words if the if the dow jones went down safe five percent which is an terrible i mean that's just basically all right back well that would be like a thousand point drop in the dow jones you can imagine the headlines the dow jones is down a thousand points out yeah um you know in two thousand nine when the dow jones was at the bottom after the coup after the mortgage crisis the dow jones was at seven thousand so a thousand point um gain or a thousand point downdraught that would be a fourteen percent but now it's only four percent so of what a fivepercent rail you really have to understand the headline so if you see um you know even if the dow went down five hundred points that's only a two percent drop yeah so now that the dow jones is at such a high number you have to understand that the actual numbers don't correlate with the percentages as they did before when the dow jones of say a ten thousand or even as low as seven thousand fifty one explain the dow jones played because people while the dow jones is basically a thirty largest country out countries the thirty largest companies in america okay so um you know that's usually the standard index that they look look all the s p 500 is basically largest fiber and companies that i'm america so a broader random people really you know you you hear it all the time in they go all the dow jones in the s p yet those are stocks and what does that mean to me well what any of you is the benchmark the benchmark managers i won looking at how my investments going doing that we use a benchmark light the sp 500 of the dow jones look at their investment portfolio say how's it going against the benchmark the.

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"dow jones" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"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.

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"dow jones" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"dow jones" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The idea and then the other thing you want to understand is undestand the headlines i mean everything's exaggerated with the in length absolutely and what i mean by that is that like the index now like the dow jones is at twenty three thousand above twenty three thousand so you have to understand that the numbers are not going to correlate with the percentages as they did before so in other words if the if the dow jones went down safe five percent which is and terror boy i mean that's just basically right back well that would be like a thousand point drop in the dow jones you know you can imagine the headlines the dow jones is down a thousand points out yeah you know in two thousand nine when the dow jones was at the bottom after the coup after the mortgage crisis the dow jones was at seven thousand so a thousand point gain or a thousand point dropped that would be a fourteen percent but now it's only four percent so i'll 45 percent i really have to understand the headline so if you see even if the dow went down five hundred points us only a two percent drop yeah so now that the dow jones is at such a high number you have to understand that the actual numbers don't correlate with the percentage of something as they did before when the dow jones and say a ten thousand or even as low as seven thousand fifty one explain the dow jones split because people while the dow jones's days live thirty largest country out countries the thirty largest companies in america okay so um you know that's usually the standard index that they would look all the s p 500's basically largest fiber in the company america some of more broader and some people really you know you you hear it all the time and they go all the dow jones and the sp yet those are stocks and what does that mean to me well what it means you israeli the benchmark the benchmark manager is right one looking at how my investments going that when they will use of benchmark like the sp 500 of the dow jones look at their investment portfolio say how's it going against the benchmark the.

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"dow jones" Discussed on Stansberry Investor Hour

Stansberry Investor Hour

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"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.

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"dow jones" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"dow jones" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Us your name in your address and we'll send you the balkan information jc that's but eleven times with caesar pain right now doutriaux in which case unless you're bank of america which cases it's about thirty tonnes with maker americans bay so um i just amazed me people can bankameric monday that they do everyday and yet they could almost nothing port in return okay return on the break about s the dow jones the dow jones industrial average heard about this is still around by booted yes yes beckoned he does need a lot of people thought it would not be your anymore the drop to you as you research for me dropped to sixty four forty three in march of own on early march owner on march ninth sixty 64 forty three the dow jones dropped him in one incident this morning a resident iss regimes a twenty percent a little over twenty three thousand right a k is twenty three thousand more or less than sixty 443 i believe it is more illness were times what it was that can wait so stocks didn't go by the us market didn't go up new but people thought uh in a way that the whole world was going to end very quickly to the here everyone mccolgan be office everyone thought the dollar is going away all runaway bother going away i'm abreu get asked what happens if the dollar and stocks go away the old or in trouble trimming apparently manner with your leaders of their both worth with two options either i invested or nogge both did the aisle and glenn beck was having haiti back then casinos golf in gold like crazy in trying to pitch golden everybody was like looking to buy gold gotta buy gold i can tammany conversation and the people that the dollar not being the reserve currency and not not being traded him more being worthless in the.

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"dow jones" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"dow jones" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Seven leave us your name in her address and will send you the book and information jc this eleven times with caesar pain right now doutriaux in which case from the bank of america which cases he has about thirty tonnes with maker americans bay so um dismays me people could bankameric money but they do that every day and yet they could almost nothing port in return oh can return and the break about s the dow jones the dow jones industrial average i've heard laura i believe it is yet this beckoned as natal people thought it would not be your anymore the drop to you as you research for me dropped to sixty four forty three in march of own early march owner bart ninth i believe sixty four forty three the dow jones dropped him in one incident this morning a resident is'regions uh twenty pushed ordinance over twenty three thousand right okay is twenty three thousand more or less than sixty four fortythree i believe it is more illness were times what it was i can wait so stockton gabella the us market didn't go about mill but people thought uh in a way that the whole world was going to end very quickly in the area everyone mccolgan be office everyone thought the dollar going away at all throwing away bugger gonna wherever abreu get asked what happens if the dollar and stock go away so we we're in trouble trivia passed the matter with you have to woodward vestiges oliver both worth with two options either i invested or dog both did via and glenn beck was having haiti back then casinos golf untold like crazy in trying to pitch golden if there was like looking to buy gold smuggled i can tell them in conversation with people about the dollar not being the reserve currency and not not being traded anymore being worthless in the fed doing this the fed doing strangely enough though we're still training dollars it still the reserve currency today and because the woman said to them is what's going to replace it and dylan they would say was other gold or the chinese warren will not on his children uncle now the ones replaced it in and they were trying to say that they were the people who were selling goal we're trying to tell us that we're going back to the.

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"dow jones" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"dow jones" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Eighty seven leave us your name in your address and we'll send you the balkan information jessie that's but living times with caesar paint right now doutriaux in which case newsroom bank of america was cases he has about thirty tonnes with maker america's bay so um i just amazing the people get bankameric money but they do that every day and yet they get almost nothing port in return okay returning the break about s the dow jones the dow jones industrial average i've heard about this is still around by bolivia this beckoned has needle people thought it would not be your anymore the drop to you is research for me dropped to sixty four forty three in march road on early march owner or tonight polluted sixty 43 the dow jones dropped him in what is it at this morning a resident iss in a twenty percent ordinance a little over twenty three thousand right a k is twenty three thousand more or less than sixty four fortythree i believe it is more yell most were times what it was i can relate to stocks didn't go by the us market go up up now okay but people thought uh in a way that the whole world was going to end very quickly didn't you everyone mccolgan be office everyone thought the dollar going away with all throwing away bugs are going away i remember get asked what happens if the dollar and stock go away so we're in trouble amid trivia pat the matter with that at were were with oliver both worth with two options either i invested or dog both did he'll end glenn beck was having in haiti back then 'cause gouge untold like crazy trying to pitch golding everybody was like looking to buy gold smuggled a contaminant conversations i have the people that the dollar not being the reserve currency and not not being treated any more being worthless in the.

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"dow jones" Discussed on Louder With Crowder

Louder With Crowder

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"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.

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"dow jones" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"dow jones" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"The next six months so we'll talk about it again some saturday morning but in the meantime i'm joyce kortean you're listening to the reimagined america radio hour and let's talk for a minute about while why the dow jones average passed twenty two thousand due this week and left half of america in its wake how can it be that the dow jones industrial corporate stock value average hits these all time highs thirty two of them this year alone while the american average worker excluding people who work in banking and technology are seeing no increase in wages and i'm fact are seeing their wages in terms of real us purchasing power decline when it comes to the dow jones the hero is globalism the leaders in the dow jones caterpillar bechtol boeing apple all reported strong global results despite lacklustre usa sales starbus six announced crushing earnings on thursday led by a growing presence in china that they do not expect will end any time soon mcdonald's is another major united state corporation that's focusing its expansion efforts overseas in order to fuel continuing growth if you are invested in stock indices all of this is really good news to you but i want to remind you don't want you forget for a moment that stocks are cyclical if you are one of the half of americans who don't own stocks i e eu level on main street you're not experiencing a sense of consumer confidence based on that dow jones number yes the united states manufactured and exported more product in the last quarter than they had in previous quarters because the dollar is weaker against the developed world's basket of currency and as our dollar is we weaker against other currencies it makes our goods cheaper for them to buy but that is creating only a limited number of new jobs most of those are are some are relatively skilled or highskilled jobs there are five million estimated jobs unfilled in the united states because employers can't find the skills they need in.

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