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185- Owner Earnings Fiat Chrysler (FCAU) - Part 1 of 2
In this week's episode of InvestED, we talk about owner earnings when valuing a business. We take a look at Sears (SHLD) and how looking at owner earnings could have saved shareholders a lot of money. Then we take a look at Fiat Chrysler (FCAU) and try to understand the company by using owner earnings. For show notes and more information visit www.investedpodcast.comLearn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Once upon a morning there was a freshly brewed Nick cafe coffee. It was made with one hundred percent arabica beans yet. Boom. Something was missing. Fear not in the distance, a sausage mcmuffin glides toward the sunrise inquest for breakfast. The perfect pyramid. Mcdonald's and mornings were happy forever. After. Right now. Get a one dollars small coffee in two dollars sausage mcmuffin with ad from the one two three dollar menu. Precipitously should may vary. Cannot be combined with any other offer combo meal. AP radio news. I'm Ed Donahue, President Trump walked along the Rio Grande river in Texas near the Mexico border. He's trying to boost his case for spending billions of dollars on a border wall data barrier. They need a wall. If you don't have it. It's going to be nothing, but hard work and grueling problems. And by the way, and death and debt a lot of debt. The president has not made any headway convincing members of congress to pass a spending Bill to keep a portion of the government running that includes border money will he declare a national emergency. We are. I would like to look at broader. I think we can do this quickly because this is common sense. House. Speaker Nancy Pelosi had a brief meeting on the border and the shutdown with the president president unpresidential surprise surprise yesterday and his and his behavior. I think the meeting was set up so he could walk out about eight hundred thousand government workers involved in this partial shutdown will not get paychecks tomorrow. President Trump's former personal attorney will be on Capitol Hill next week. Here's the AP saga megani? Michael Cohen says he'll appear before the house oversight and reform committee, which is looking into hush money payments during the twentieth. Sixteen race to women who claimed having had affairs with Trump. It a written statement Cohen says he looks forward to a chance to give a full incredible account of the events which have transpired is testimony will come less than a month before he reports to prison after being sentenced for lying to congress about his role in a Trump business proposal in Russia. Saga megani? Washington. Another big air bag recall. Fiat Chrysler is recalling more than one point six million vehicles worldwide to replace Takada front passenger airbag inflators that can be dangerous and possibly deadly. Make it five straight days of gains on Wall Street. It was gains strong gains across the board. The Dow Jones industrials finished up one hundred twenty two points. This is AP radio news. Mayor Bill de Blasios, offering more assistance to New Yorkers. Here's the AP's Warren Levinson on Tuesday. De Blasio pledged New York would spend one hundred million dollars a year to provide health insurance for those going without on Wednesday. He declared support for Dr to require employers to offer all workers paid vacation in his state of the city address. He promised to city manage retirement fund for all rather than sisters. There's plenty of money in the world. There's plenty of money in this city. It's just in the wrong hands. David wide, ranging agenda, included Cupper, actually, debt landlords and expanded system. Ferries and free eyeglasses to all first graders need them. Warren levinson. New york. Bruce Arians is back in the NFL. He is the new head coach of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers excited. I am to be here. I'm sure a lot of people wonder why I got back in this business areas came out of a one year retirement. He was the coach of the Zona cardinals. Ed Donahue, AP radio news. Once upon a morning there was a freshly brewed McAfee coffee. It was made with one hundred percents arabica beans yet. Both something was missing. Veer not in the distance a sausage mcmuffin Plaid's toward the sunrise quest for breakfast. The perfect paramedic. Mcdonald's and mornings were happy forever. After. Right now, get a one dollar small coffee and a two dollar sausage mcmuffin with egg from the one two three dollar menu. I participation may vary. Cannot be combined with any other offer combo meal once upon a morning there was a freshly brewed Nick cafe coffee. It was made with one hundred percent arabica beans yet. Both something was missing. Fear. Not in the distance, a sausage mcmuffin Plaid's toward the sunrise in quest for breakfast. The perfect paramedic. Mcdonald's and mornings were happy forever. After. Right now, get a one dollars small coffee and a two dollar sausage mcmuffin with ad from the one two three dollar menu. Precipitously may vary. Cannot be combined with any other offer combo meal.
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A look at investing through the "gender lens"
This. Marketplace podcast is brought to you by the university of Florida Warrington college of business transform your future with an MBA from one of America's top ten universities. Learn more at Warrington dot ufl dot EDU slash MBA. Trade talks with Europe. Look like they're gonna get off on the wrong foot in New York on Sabrina short infra David Brancaccio. Who's on sinement? Let's talk about trade. We have a lot going on trade negotiations tariffs hitting the government shutdown. Yes. There's a trade angle there to Tracey Samuelson is our trade reporter, Tracy. So let's start in Europe before the Europeans meet with US there hammering out what they're negotiating objectives will be of the European Commission has meeting today to do that so far Tracy it looks like the US and Europe don't even agree on what they're going to be talking about right? The US and the EU are set to begin negotiating a new trade deal later this year. The US is also going to start talks with the UK and Japan, but quick update as of yesterday, the US trade representative's office, the part of the government that negotiates. These steals is mostly shutdown notice on its website said trade talks will continue. But it didn't give details on how. Or who? What staff will be a part of that? So there's that. And then yes, as you mentioned the EU. Oh, and the US are just not on the same page when it comes to what will be covered in these negotiations. So the EU has basically drawn this red line around agriculture said, the whole industry is off the table. The US said, oh, we very much want to talk about this. So off the bat. There's this kind of big mismatch and expectations for these talks. And that's important both for the prospects of getting a deal. But also because the White House had said the summer that it won't Levy any tariffs on auto imports from Europe while the negotiations continue those are something Europe is very worried about an very much wants to avoid and speaking of tariffs and cars, we heard from Ottawa executives at the Detroit auto show yesterday. How much they're being hurt by steel and aluminum tariffs that are already in place. What did they say about how much this is costing them? So the at Chrysler said the tariffs are adding about one hundred and thirty five to one hundred and sixty dollars in costs for every car. It makes a Toyota execs that the companies had to raise prices on its vehicles three times already to help cover. Increase costs. Also interesting. Fiat Chrysler said the shutdown is holding up certification of one of the company's new heavy duty pickup trucks, particularly profitable model for them, Tracy. Thank you so much. Let's do the numbers. The footsie in London is up two tenths of a percent. Dow s and p NASDAQ futures are up in the four to six tenths percent range with the Dow future up one hundred and fifteen points to ten year. Treasury yield is at two point seven zero percent. Senate confirmation hearings are set to begin Wednesday for President Trump's pick to run the Environmental Protection Agency. Andrew Wheeler is likely to face some tough questions over his past as a lobbyist for fossil fuel producers, and whether those companies would have undue influence over the agency that regulates them if he were to run the EPA for market from the marketplace sustainability desk, Scott Tong reports from Washington Wheeler was deputy to the past EPA head and has been the acting administrator since July he will face questions over his past as a coal lobbyist and his use of furloughed EPA staffers to prep him for this hearing, despite the government shutdown senators may also ask about his plenty ease carbon pollution regulations on coal plants. Former EPA lawyer Kevin Manolas, clearly there's going to be in. Dictation angered gets that rule across the finish line that in many other Wheeler initiatives will face legal challenges, including plans to rollback auto fuel efficiency in air, pollution standards. Richard Revesby NYU law doubts if any will survive, and now is behind all of these proposals doesn't meet the minimal standards either on the economics around the science still giving his experience at the in his support for the administration's deregulation vision Wheeler is expected to be confirmed by the Republican Senate, I'm Scott Tong for marketplace. That's marketplace podcast is brought to you by with Sabi. Hot cloud storage. If your company's thinking about moving data storage to the cloud, check out the company. That's rethinking cloud storage with Sabi is less expensive than just the maintenance on your current on premises storage. Plus, it's eighty percent cheaper and six times faster than Amazon S three with no egress fees. Experience. It for yourself with free unlimited storage for a month. Go to Assab dot com. Click free trial and use the offer code was ambi- women are under represented in corporate America at all levels, female CEOs at large companies are downright rarity. Only five percent of the top five hundred companies are led by women. According to some studies. This underrepresentation is stifling growth, some investment services. Firms are trying to address the problem by embracing what's known as gender lens investing. The idea is to get investors to put their money into assets that promote gender equality. Marketplace's Renata sago has more than twenty fifteen. Grant Thornton study found that companies with diverse bores that include women get a better return on their assets about two percent better. Andrew bay runs. A San Francisco Bay area shareholders advocacy group called as you. So he says pudding women in positions of power is simply good for business. It really creates a better culture that's going to reduce risk. That's going to attract the best and the brightest talent Bejart's group offers a free online tool, which allows investors to review the gender equity scores of mutual funds, for example, whether the companies and the find are selecting and keeping women on boards and promoting equal pay. But that information isn't always easy to get the greatest challenge really is the transparency Dion von Mazda is head of equity a company that collects gender equality data from companies everything from what percentage of women they employ and how much they earn too parental leave policy. These this type of information many times, we have a hard time finding it in the annual reports of the companies, but more investment firms have been doing that research and offering gender lens investment funds bonds, even a CD investors poured more than two point four billion dollars into gender lens assets last year, according to various wealth partners. That's nearly double the amount in two thousand seventeen Eliza Greenspan of community capital management says that's not surprising, we've seen increased interest because of some of the outside factors. The metoo movement the women's March companies with better gender equality are more likely to succeed. But there's no guarantees as JoAnne winer. She's an economist at George Washington University. He will may very well wished to invest in funds that promote generally quality because they think that is the right thing to do, but they shouldn't necessarily expect to get extraordinary returns. Weiner's says gender equality is just. One factor that goes into a company success. I'm Renato say go for marketplace. Our producers are Victoria, Craig Michael Lipkin, Janaki met Danielson and Sasha Woodruff in New York. I'm Sabrina Benesch. Your with the marketplace morning report. From A P, m American public media. This marketplace podcast is brought to you by. Indeed when it comes to hiring. 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