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"Today on our podcast building the bill with a bill the lawmakers in the room where it happens for infrastructure with a bipartisan approach house democrat josh gottheimer line-by-line making investing in the light policy than with the right dollars and republican senator rob portman before the pandemic we have rising wages. We had the lowest poverty rate in the history of the country with livengood stuff on peter thiel turning a roth. Ira into a tax free piggy-bank for billions breaking down the latest propublica report about the wealthy and their taxes with anthony scaramucci. Some people will say that. That's unfair but that is really the bedrock of the capitalist system to allow capital to form and then of course it'd be barring against your capital. That's his old as anything. At our societies and joe becky andrew on software magnet. John mcafee his dramatic story decades-long. Cnbc comes to an end was a a real piece of work. I mean he's playing us from the grave. It's thursday june twenty four twenty twenty one. Squawk pod begins right now becky by a three to one. Good morning everybody. Welcome to squawk box. Here on nbc. I'm becky quick along with joe. Kernan and andrew ross sorkin. I don't even know how to describe this news. Eccentric anti antivirus software founder. John mcafee has died of a suspected suicide in his prison cell in barcelona spain yesterday he was found. Shortly after spain's national court approved his extradition back to the united states to face criminal tax evasion charges. His lawyer said he hung himself. When he learned of the court's ruling he was accused of not filing tax returns from twenty two thousand fourteen to two thousand eighteen. That's despite receiving considerable income from promoting crypto currencies consulting work speaking engagements and selling the rights to his life story for a documentary. He was arrested last october at the airport and barcelona on the tax evasion charges.

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"joe becky andrew" Discussed on Squawk Pod

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07:48 min | 4 months ago

"joe becky andrew" Discussed on Squawk Pod

"Here we are talking about bringing it here. It's a look it's been such a concerning story to watch fallout particularly because you're already been behind in their vaccination schedule and behind where other nations including the united states have been in terms of getting that ruled out they've seen a spike in cases of covid. As a result they had already been fighting with astrazeneca pretty publicly about not allowing them to ship ship. Vaccine's to australia and other places the just in terms of how quickly they were able to get their own supply So it looks like a bad out-turn and it's distressing to see particularly when they have fallen so far behind on their vaccinations and when there's already antibac- sentiment that and see it on twitter to see some wacky stuff that i have the thread with fifty four comments on cooper. How did i get on this thing. And it's all about conspiracies and drug company profits see very rapid response from the regulators based on advice from doctors and not politicians. Getting involved with this. I would like to hear what the doctors have to say. And i'd like to hear that very quickly pretty detailed safety profiles on on a lot of these. It was fast. It was the fastest. It's ever been to get these but still big numbers of people that that was tested on that thousands that you would have thought that you'd see. It would be statistically demonstrable that there was something going on. One of the stories that we've been talking about as madonna. It's in the top five movers and the s&p this morning after the company says that it's begun mid to late. Stage studies testing cove nineteen vaccine and children between the ages of six months and eleven years. That study will test the safety and effectiveness of to dose regimen with shots. Given four weeks apart. Madera is hoping to roll just under seven thousand kids for that study and by the way if you're interested if you'd like to look into it they're trying to sign up at this website. Www dot co study kid cove. Study dot com. They say the faster they signed up kids the more quickly that this can get approved ballistic about this. This is a step forward. Pretty good idea tender tender another match group dating apps soon let users run background checks on possible dates. The company used garbo a nonprofit that would allow people to run a background. Check using a person's full name or first name and a phone number of the checks review for potential date Had an arrest record or a history of violence. Garbo is said it will focus on violence. It won't make drug possession or traffic charges public. It's not clear how much the service will cost a tinder users. But we've all seen enough datelines to where you know. If either the person knew or authorities or someone new. They have saw one recently where it was at a college on. Unfortunately in the colleges still trying to deal with the repercussions because as they were warned again and again and again about this person who eventually resulted in the death of a young woman that the signs were clear that that this person had a history of of things and the you know campus. Police were warned. Nothing happened but you know. Initially i thought all background check on but this that that would be something that is certainly as a parent i'd appreciate. Who has anybody dating your daughter. Yeah yeah there. Were no everything in fact i wanted to. What do you think the price tag will be though. It's gonna be like a credit score. That's what i can't be cheap. That's the thing to do. I want know the credit score two of the person dating my dad wondering that too. So yeah i think all there be would be. You'll you got a few years sorkin but the time will come time will come becky. You're probably right there. We gotta go got music out next. Unsquashed pond united airlines. Ready for take-off ceo scott kirby on his cash runway and the long awaited return of travel demand for us to be the first airline to get back our core cash be positive. Despite the fact that we're the largest business airlines is a really good indicator of where we're headed in the future. We'll be right back at change healthcare. We're transforming the healthcare system for the better our platform powers data and analytic solutions to connect payers and providers helping facilitate billions of healthcare transactions process trillions and claims and share relevant data for smarter clinical decisions. It's how we're making the health care experience better for everyone. Learn more at change healthcare dot com slash cnbc change healthcare insight innovation transformation. You're listening to squawk pod from cnbc a full year after. The market's tanked on fears of global. Pandemic things are looking up particularly for airlines stocks. This week have hit record. Highs live by that sector and by investors who are betting travel demand is set to take off. Unintended those bets. They aren't just pipe dreams. The tsa reported screening over a million passengers us airports on friday and saturday. That's the highest levels in a year. Of course is optimism. Struck some as ironic. Did we really have to bail out there. Think about all the money that's chasing all of these different investment opportunities. We need the airline industry. We need those employees. That discussion about bailouts in hindsight with andrew and joe is on yesterday. Squawk pod please check it out. It shows how much road we've traveled one year ago when those bailouts were deemed the airline industries. Only hope united airlines ceo. Scott kirby was pessimistic. Industry leaders were experiencing a crisis of existence. Now this week at j.p. morgan conference on industrial companies. Kirby was more positive. He said that united will halt. Its cash burn this month after a year. The airline will stop losing money other airlines. Eeo jetblue southwest. American and delta also revealed an improved sentiment. Maybe even some optimism about consumers wanting to get back out there vacation take the kids to a theme park visit friends and family now the other side of the coin as prospects for the airlines pickup soda concerns about corporate tax rates treasury secretary. Janet yellen has been working with international leaders to piece together. A global minimum tax on multinational corporations like airlines. She addressed evolving tax policy in an interview. This past weekend president biden was put forward a number of proposals. He has proposed that corporations and wealthy individuals should pay more in order to meet the needs of the economies. The spending we need to do and over time. I expect that we will be putting forth proposals to get deficits under control now. After president trump's sharp corporate tax cuts the rate was trimmed. To twenty one percent this new policy would prove troubling. Or turbulent for some. Ceo's united airlines ceo. Scott kirby joined joe becky andrew on squawk box this morning. Cnbc's auto and.

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"joe becky andrew" Discussed on Squawk Pod

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02:51 min | 5 months ago

"joe becky andrew" Discussed on Squawk Pod

"Sit with the window coming soons instead of we do squawk box special on on how to set up the the like if you're going to work at home if you're going to some people. They've got their prime meat for elizabeth warren. Some of these people we have on and they still can't afford a decent setup. Okay let's move on here before we we get in too much trouble. But i just think that you know. Everybody's shock could be improved. We work on it. We have to our guest. Maybe we need to talk that some of our guests about about how they told them now. Time for a podcast reminder that squawk pod gives you the best moments and analysis of our three hour morning show on cnbc. and sometimes a little. Extra joe becky. Andrew have spent the last well almost a year anchoring from three separate locations every morning seeing each other through naturally or individual monitors like spy cam stirring the show. Becky i can see i can see you. I see you. I see over there not everybody. Can you guys see me. You guys got your So we bring you this moment of joe asking grooming tips okay. There you've been using the tremor good job those things that you'll see you'll see when the batteries run out and if you don't have the batteries you know you don't want to want to you don't want wanna wing it you need. You need professional. You need professional help becky. How long do your hair. How far back does echo. We don't need to fed guy that it has six years really hobbit like the the barn gives you anything but he ordered me to go get him remember the reason that we even made fun of because he ordered me to go get him coffee. Hey you go get me coffee. And that was the reason we started talking about the your hair and you were very supportive. Why would why would surprising. Of course some. i'm serious you. You were very supportive longtime time ago and i still remember that and do you. What's your does your barbara help. I mean they broke my. You're blessed. you're blessed you get too much. You can't even have been here next on squad taxing super-rich senator elizabeth warren details. Her two and three cent plan for millionaires and billionaires..

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"joe becky andrew" Discussed on Squawk Pod

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09:13 min | 1 year ago

"joe becky andrew" Discussed on Squawk Pod

"Way. Smart LOVES PROBLEMS IBM. Let's put smart to work visit. Ibm DOT com slash flexible to learn more this pod from CNBC. Our next story on the PODCAST. Boeing's one two punch a brutal month. The stock has fallen just about sixty percent in March capping off a brutal year for the airplane manufacturer with the Corona virus adding more stress to accompany already under pressure due to the grounding of the seven. Thirty seven Max. The entire Max. Jet Fleet has been grounded since last March following two deadly crashes related to software glitches in the plane yesterday. Boeing announced it is closing. Its puget sound production facilities for two weeks for cleaning and maintenance due to the escalating. Kovic nineteen pandemic. Which has hit the Pacific northwest region particularly hard. This comes a day after an employee. Working on the Boeing seven eight seven dreamliner died due to corona virus all of this as lawmakers in Washington consider a multi billion dollar bailout for Boeing. The companies leader. Is David Calhoun? David Calhoun got a very easy company to run. He just took over Boeing Wednesday David wisdom then up. David don't WANNA stand limited. Not your fault you just got there. You'll straighten it out quickly please. Calhoun took over the corner office earlier this year after first being elevated from director to board chairman due to the somewhat rocky performance of predecessor. Dennis Muilenburg during the dark initial days following the losses of passengers and crew on board. The two crashed Max jets. Calhoun joined us in January as he was looking ahead. The media my concern customers our employees. They'll judge me every step of the way I'm not going to predict it's going to be perfect but what I will do is I will. I will put realism into every one of our assessments. Every step of the way and I will listen to everybody. That's involved directly in the process. Much can change in just two months as Boeing's crisis year continues. Here's David Calhoun today on. Squawk box with Joe Becky Andrew and CNBC airline correspondent. Phil Mr Calvin. Thanks for joining us. This morning we appreciate it. Can you describe the your efforts are right now to deal with the multifaceted situation facing your company? Thank you Joe. Wanted to start with the virus itself. it's affected and impacted all the families that are represented by associates across the Boeing Company We pay attention to it every day every morning. We rallied the team We have efforts going. Broadly across the company to support healthcare workers and all the communities that we serve We're doing work on ventilators like many others And I have to say there are some inspiring stories that are out there. With respect to the work of government officials local and state government officials. Dan Healthcare workers are incredible. So let me just acknowledge that I am part our decision in the puget sound which is a big one because it is a factory that represents roughly eighty percent of our production to shut down for fourteen days has been coordinated with Washington state government. It's the right thing to do We Monitor we have protocols to make sure that we stay ahead of the spread of the virus and this was a decision honestly that was easy to make simply for the safety of our people. How would you? How would you like the help from the federal government to to be structured in if you were able to just dictate exactly how it was done? David and by that I mean though one can emit a anyway. Maybe I'm speaking for myself. I can't imagine the United States Not being in the The airliner business obviously so it. It seems like a very necessary company for for us to to make sure that it survived but given some of the criticism that you're hearing about what the money was spent on an pass buybacks etc you know the CEO got stock up over four hundred. How should this be be structured to to blunt that criticism that you're inevitably inevitably going to get from getting aid from the government? This is Jefferson any of those past situations. We have a virus. It is going to take its toll. It's GONNA stop move According to the epidemiologists in a long curve we're going to get to the other side of the curve and our job is simply to provide short term liquidity to all of industry and yes aviation and the airlines. Because I believe we're at the point of the spear provide liquidity and keep our industry and our people warm so that when the recovery comes we're ready to go I think it's that simple. And so I always lobbied with the administration and with our congressional officials that that simpler shorter term in nature. The better and Anyway I think I think all the comparisons to pass a package is leads us in the wrong direction. Hey Dave this is Philibeaux you guys are seeking sixty billion dollars. Not just for Boeing. But for the entire aviation supply chain. If you didn't get that money would we see bankruptcies? Among some of your suppliers would Boeing potentially be skirting close to bankruptcy? I know you've got plenty of liquidity. But how urgent is the need? Well Phil you're right. We do have liquidity ways We have fifteen billion dollars in the bank We are paying our suppliers. You know every dollar we We either take by way of death or any other source of cash. Seventy cents goes directly to the industry and the supply chain that underlies us So we'll continue to pay current and we think we can get through this and we can. There are a lot of options for us in the private markets etc but the credit markets have to be open and Personal liquidity. That SET SECRETARY. Mnuchin has been going on your show. And and broadly. I think is exactly the right answer. We need to know the credit markets are open. Not just for us but for the entire supply chain. Dave one other question you guys got a backlog of about fifty four hundred planes. How concerned are you giving? What's happening with airline? Not only here in North America and Europe but around the world and the fact that they're under immense pressure that you're going to see some deferrals if not outright cancellations. Let's say over the next nine months to a year. We you know. We looked at every customer everywhere in the world and we make that evaluation pretty much. Every day. There are there are airlines. We worry about either. Because they're just not strong enough and or we don't think the state support will be there in these various countries around the world. Then we make decisions on what we do with our skyline At least at this stage there's nothing that is so precipitous that makes us want to change our course and to keep our workforce employed and ready to meet demands as the economy returns. I will I will say just as a test for what I think will come already. China's returning The domestic travel is is returning They are talking to us about their orders and they are talking to us about future orders. So I I really believe when we get through this Kurd and we start going down the other side. This economy will slowly steadily recover and I just want everybody to be ready for it. That's that is what I hope. Our Congressional folks are working on now day. One last question for me. It's been a couple of years since you guys have logged an order a new order from a Chinese airline. You expect that you're going to see one. Let's say before the end of the year you know I I. I don't want to predict it month by month. fell but. I have a lot of confidence that we're GONNA WE'RE GONNA have orders with With CHINA THE TRADE DEAL. That was done before. Of course the virus rolled out broadly And slow things down. That trade deal is good for us. It's good for China. It's good for the Chinese airline and it's inevitable that That they're going to one point. Dave question about these loans and specifically PAT toomey yesterday on our air said that one of the reasons for the secrecy or transparency issues around some of these loans and how they're going to be set up with the Treasury in terms of tax payers. Not being able to see that information for six months which is an issue. It sounds like for the Democrats on one side is based on protecting effectively. Our National Defense and security the idea that we don't want rival countries to know that certain other CA companies. I imagine like yours might be getting certain loans and what size today we heard from Senator Portman that the reason for that was actually quite different. was actually about preventing creditors from knowing that the government had lent them money. By the way. I'm getting.

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"joe becky andrew" Discussed on Squawk Pod

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11:51 min | 1 year ago

"joe becky andrew" Discussed on Squawk Pod

"At the crux of the health and market anxiety right now testing for covert nineteen. Roche Group was the first company to supply tests to diagnose corona virus in China the FDA in the United States granted their tests emergency authorization last week after that FDA declaration the Swiss drugmaker announced capacity to produce four hundred thousand tests a week to meet demand those tests deliver results in three and a half hours. The shortest turnaround time available right now. Here's Becky Quick. Joining us right now by phone is the row. Ceo Severance Sean and Seven thank you for joining us today. It's good to have you here with the program. This is a huge move forward because testing has been such a huge problem. Why are you able to do this test so much more quickly if you look at the diagnostic tests Actually it's a lot about automation and throughput and Or she has a highly automated platform out that laps but it'd be hard to develop An essay a test for the corner virus. And that's what we started to do in China Ray and and I'm very happy that off the record development time Be could bring this past On this highly automated platforms last week. Where where's the test available when when women kind of be rolled out? And where would people be able to get access to it? Approved emergency approval on Friday The tests already left our warehouses over the weekend so it is already available and in laps as we speak. Where did they go? Are they going to places in the country that have particular hot spots Absolutely it's all driven by medical need and for that purpose we are closely working together bit authorities to CDC in particular to allocate tests To those laps and those H. Can make the biggest impact the During this crisis seven there are a lot of questions Because test have been so hard to come by about who should be getting tested right now. I believe the CDC in the WHO guidelines basically say it should be people who have been in the highest risk or who have been in contact with people who have tested positive for this. Where do you think we'll get? And how quickly do you think we'll get to a point? Where test available for everyone? I think at this point it is absolutely necessary. Testing is prioritized to high-risk patients or patients who have signs and symptoms like fever throw tissue breath because there's a capacity constraint is simply not enough testing for everybody at this stage so for the time being It should prioritize to the to the patients whereas has the highest medical meet. There are some times that the tests come back negative but a few days later. They'll come back positive does that. Is that the situation with this test. That you are just rolling out to the test is such is very reliable but of course What what happens is the situation is evolving. Eric quickly infection rates Skyhawk thing and As the patient who tested negatively one day might Test positively the next day but it's five tests had liability of the test as such is concerned that is very high. They are very precise tests. Thank you for your time. We appreciate it and we look forward to talking to you against thank you coming up Uber's. Cfo lives through the financial crisis over a decade ago as CFO at Merrill Lynch today navigating the crisis of lost wages for the ride hailing giant thousands of contract workers. We will be a helping compensate drivers for fourteen days if they are quarantined or affected by the corona virus squad. Pop back after this. You're listening to squad. Here's Andrew Ross. Sorkin some of the workers that could be hit hardest by the krona virus crisis or the GIG economy workers and yesterday. Huber announced new policies aimed at helping its drivers. Those include providing financial assistance to drivers for up to two weeks if they're diagnosed with Cova Nineteen or personally placed in quarantine by public health officials and earlier today eats announcing measures to help restaurants that use its delivery service joining us now to talk all about this. Uber's chief financial officer Nelson Chai Good morning to you Nelson. Thank you for joining us this morning. I just tell us. Anecdotally statistically given given that you have the data and the numbers what the fall off in drives and and businesses looked like even over the past couple of days while so first of all. I do the most important thing for our company. Right now is to make sure that we are working with the local health authorities to help flat curve so we have a team that is in constant contact with local authorities. We are following their lead. And we're doing a number of different things from our half in order to try to help flatten this curve. Some of the things we're doing is as you know they. They want people to work from home. So we've initiated that at our company we are as you mentioned Trying to help our drivers and so we did announce that we will be a helping compensate drivers for fourteen days if they are quarantined or or affected by the krona virus. We're making sure that we pass onto our drivers all the information that we received from the health authorities. We are working on disinfectant as well for the drivers to help them feel safer in their cars. And as you mentioned this morning with Uber Eats what we're doing is we're actually eliminating the delivery fees many of our markets for independent local restaurants. Additionally what we're going to announce this morning is that we're going to deliver over three hundred thousand free meals to health. Officials and first responders are on the lines helping on his business. And so we're doing what we can in terms of our business. We're we're we're everything this morning even talking about. The guest talks about liquidity in the financial crisis. And as you know I have some experience there. we've done a very good job at Uber in terms of making sure we have ample liquidity to make sure we can get through this crisis. We have over ten billion dollars a cash in our balance sheet of the LONG-TERM DEBT. We have has no liquidity triggers or covenants are first maturity isn't twenty twenty three and while we do have a revolver. We don't plan on actually accessing any of it as you can imagine because of my experience we are doing a fair amount of stress testing. And we believe we have ample liquidity to make sure that we can make it through. Nelson. Let me ask you this. I'm actually less less worried right now. About the liquidity of Uber. I think you're the company itself will get through this. The question is so many of these workers are essential Effectively their own small business and demand is falling off a cliff in for good reason and in many ways From a health perspective you may want demand to fall off a cliff. The question is what you think. From perhaps a policy perspective or from a corporate perspective a Canon should be done for those drivers and therefore by the way long term for the economy and then the demand picture on the other end. Sure so first of all for the drivers of in this country today. If you're an employee you get benefits but if you're a contractor you don't so we actually think there's a third and a better path so today in the UK and France. We actually able to provide our driver's benefits including health insurance. If you look at our ballot initiative Andrew One of the things. We're promoting besides minimum driver. Earnings is also benefits so we actually think there are ways that we can in the private sector help address this and so we are certainly on the forefront in terms of making that are earners actually have senator from offering benefits in the United States. There are actually laws. We're working through Becky and so today in the UK and France we actually do and preventing you from offering benefits to your employees or also two employees you can to contractors you took contractors you can't but Nelson and truth you've been fighting the contractor issue in California and throughout the country because you don't WanNa say that their employees well. They're not employees and actually most of our drivers today. Dr Part Time only about ten percent are drivers in us. Drive what you consider fulltime and what they'd like to do. Is they like the flexibility on our system. And they've told us this but what they would like some benefits and so to the extent we can get the rules change. We would be happy to work. Part-time employs their employees. Becky and then Andrew. Your second question was really about you. Crowbar global demand. And so what I would tell you. This is so as you know. We are a large global company. Our diversified what we've seen today is our UBEREATS businesses about twenty five percent of our gross bookings today that business continues to manage through the crisis on the right side of the business where you're starting to see over. Probably the past week and a half more impact in certain key cities particularly as the crisis of spread towards Western Europe and in the United States. So in a city like Seattle where many most most of the residents now are working from home and they are curtailing going out. You are seeing some significant impact in the forty to fifty percent. You know in terms of what we're seeing today but again this has been over the past week and a half or so that we're starting to see sticks similarly in in Latin America. We're actually not seeing as much impact today. We do expect over time. That'll be a city by city thing. The one thing about our business we do see some recovery in Hong Kong as you know that was dealing with this virus earlier pizza trough we saw rides the client about forty five percent and that was in the last week of January. We're starting to see those rights. Come back our UBEREATS. Businesses actually done better than we anticipated. And so we do expect that this will have impact our primary concern today though is really about doing what we can do to help. The local health authorities manage the containment front final question because the Hong Kong experiences is perhaps the model we should all think about. You're saying went down just clear down to forty to fifty percent down and is now where so I would say. It's probably come back so again. Pizza Trough the maximums forty five. It's still probably about thirty percent off. I would say today. We're starting to see a steady decline. And as you know. The the cases in Hong Kong have actually flattened out right and so and we do expect in our businesses. You know we're largely variable cost business. We do not have large capital expenditures. We pay for slotting fees. We don't have cars run empty. And so what I would tell you is that we believe our business can recover when we know that were important. Part of how people get around including you Andrews as we as you net and so when people start going back to work we know that our recovery should be aligned with people going back and moving around sitting okay Nelson. We really appreciate you joining us. can help us through this you also to the financial crisis Look forward to talking to you again. Suv that sounds great. Thank you that squawk hot for today and a note to our listeners. As we all navigate this new normal of social distancing staying put and what that means in our communities and our workplaces you're at CNBC. We hope to continue bringing you. This podcast the best of our morning. Show squawk box with Joe Becky Andrew. As long as we are able so it might sound different in the coming days weeks please. No we're working hard to consistently bring you all the information and analysis that we can stick with US subscribed to squawk pot. Send us a tweet checking on your loved ones and neighbors and thanks bruce this CNBC podcast is brought to you by td.

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"joe becky andrew" Discussed on Squawk Pod

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11:36 min | 1 year ago

"joe becky andrew" Discussed on Squawk Pod

"Look everybody who Knows me personally like you know. Said I've been a card carrying progressive my whole life. My family is progressive. I have a degree in what amounts to progressive thought. Obviously there are many things I would do differently. Apparently and I've I've never stopped being critical this administration. I'm not planning to vote for this administration. Dr Things I'd do differently. The core issue though is who decides and let me to the people who want to reduce the complexity it's commonly known that are softwares Houston operational context at work. Do you really think the war fighter is going to trust a software company that pulls the plug because something becomes controversial with their life. Currently when you're a warfighter your life depends on your software. They will never trust you if you pull the plug just because you're unpopular decisions about which government allies to work with if if they are in the West defined and if the rule of law has a check and balance system system we work within the context of law. If if it's other countries they have to either be allied with America or we give them a special way of deciding what we're GONNA do concrete. If you're Germany France America Sweden Japan. It's a very quick process. If you're a country say that's not one of them. We want to know what are leading the software. How're you doing it? And we made it very clear. Their checks and balance. I'll make it more complicated. Saudi Arabia clearly Considered an ally of this country. The administration's made that very very clear and yet just over the past forty eight hours. There's been a huge question about whether the leader of that country was using malware in Jeff bezos closes. Well first of all we. We've always made the decision not to mean volcan intrusive software so offensive attacks inside in the cyber kindness precisely this contest because the cyber contest intrusive infiltrations are are are are questionable often and a done almost ubiquitously But we in that if we were involved in that country in in the things that this would be a very serious cussin' it happens. We're not involved. And so it's not a serious discussion but we we do. We do talk very seriously and with consequences just with our non western ally. It's plausible that he that he sent my where I don't I don't I don't know the details. I do know that it's plausible. That a nation mistake can hack your phone fairly quickly. Let me ask you a separate question. You have reportedly taken over project Nathan from from Google which was a very controversial program in Silicon Valley. Well I can't discuss the specifics of a classified program but I can't say if this were true I'd be very proud and I I have to say now. Many people have criticized Google. My version of it is a military military. I will determine in our lives the lives of your kid this zero something the country with the most important. Ai Most powerful way. I will determine the rules that country should be either either us or a Western country. That doesn't mean you're anti our adversaries it just means would you rather have them with the equivalent of tech nuclear arms or US if the company decides it's not to work with the US government. On this I think we all need to understand why they need to guarantee. They're not implicitly. Or tacitly transmitting on this program. AM will quite literally determine who is standing here and what they're saying in five years and were we to be involved with. It would be enormously proud when you look at the capabilities of China and what they're doing technologically relative to where we are and where you are and you see them. What is the thing? If America cricket brings IT'S A game and software. What is America? The world's best at what are we so good at that it scares everybody. What is it? What is the community that there is their second and on in the world software so if we bring our game we will win if we bring our D. plus game because most people in the valley live on an island where this seems like a questionable the project they will win our game winds are seeking leases? We've had conversations about privacy over the years There is a new debate about apples And whether that phone should be opened in the context of terrorism pretty stint well first of all the government we should. I believe that the government should decide things in in with the checks and Balances Volvo Court. Government needs to provide clear rules tech companies. Need to obey those rules. If there's a problem with those rules we should go to court and I think all companies should should basically part of the problem is we need a clear codex of what you're allowed to do. Under what context when data can be encrypted and when it shouldn't I think we're going to reach a consensus around this but quite we frankly partly for the wrong reason and the consumer Internet companies. This is not apple but the other ones have basically decided. We're living on an island and the island is so far removed removed from what's called the United States in every way culturally linguistically and normative ways that we'd rather be regulated as a foreign island then be part of the United States proper and and that's the core problem you are part of the United States. Proper regulation is part of the problem. Part of the problem is there are you are part of a larger hole that major company possible that just protecting you against tariffs. That's protecting you against regulation that is allowing you to build your company. You cannot create an island called Palo Alto island that is only only subject to regulation much like a can't system which silicon valley really wants. Is the Canton Palo Alto. We don't have a tunnel system in America. We've United States of America now at the United States canton one of which is Paolo Alto. That must change. Let me pivot real quick. There has been so much speculation for so many years right here in Davos elsewhere about when your company may go public. How do you think about it now especially in the context of the success or failures of some of the the? IPO's abuse took place over the last year. Well what I can tell you is in the past we talked about it externally and internally we said look we're going to defer now we've told the company we are going to IPO and we are preparing internally IPO. I think we will. We will do very well in that context and when you look at some of the other offerings. Well they're just saying you can basically look at this last ten years as a way of looking at tech is that it was a bull market the way we look at it. Look at it for the last ten years is it's a bull market for monopolistic listed companies in a bear market. For everyone else if you look at it that way. You don't finance growth with the this sweet vapors of of foreign venture funds you. Focus on broke with high-quality revenue. That's only done for the last ten years we've told people internally that IPO will happen and you'll see the results take. They are doing next coming up on todd and two three four five six seven hundred ten really know all right the team behind this week's CNBC coverage of Davos twenty twenty. We'll be right back. Welcome back to Squawk Todd Our TV show squawk box has been covering the Davos World Economic Forum for years. My first sure I think was two thousand and six before you know show. No that's right you were here when did when did the show. We came here in two thousand fourteen. I think was our first year as long as being here. This is so seven years. CNBC on the whole a little longer than that. But I would say about twenty years. We've been covering. We have teams here from Europe and Asia as well as from our partnerships in Italy in the Middle East in South Africa but predominantly our coverage is driven by our US team With our squawk box crew with our eyes and all of that coverage would not be possible without our tireless expert. Stage crew. Working on the technical side they're undergone tireless team of pros working on the editorial side. Hi this is Katie Kramer from the World Economic Forum in Davos Switzerland. My my name is nick. Don I help run sees aditorial coverage of the World Economic Forum in Davos A A. We just saw colleague fall into a snowbank and that's kind of the way life works here in Davos. We are on the rooftop of the Congress Center here in the town of Davos which is nestled among the Swiss Alps and the Broadcast Facility for. CNBC is on the roof in a series of tense and newsrooms with to broadcast units one ten for us. One ten four Europe and the newsroom that houses about twenty producers anchors reporters all preparing each day's contact. And when when we do squawk box live from here Joe Becky and Andrew are sort of you know passengers on a crazy train. I think they sort of sit behind the desk while we bring saying what a dozen plus gas each day. We have the great benefit of having the busiest green room that we ever could possibly have with folks like Goldman and sacks CEO the Treasury Secretary of the United States pay pal CIO Chevron CEO all hanging out together integral at the same time and then one by one we bring them out to the set for an informative and thoughtful discussion about what's going on in the world and then we say thank you very much. They go onto the back to the Congress Center and the next guest comes up. So Joe Becky Andrew Have to stay on their toes. Do About As you said twelve different interviews on tall different companies with twelve different kind of possibilities for questions and the answers. So it's a calling it. A crazy train is probably a good good Phrase good good does this year it was what was the big takeaway for me if we come here. And if the president's here I hope. CNBC gets gets talk to him by a big surprise. Big All of the chatter chatter chatter about all these other issues this group which often heats trump for his style loves trump whereas economy and that although coming here I was was once again trying to steal myself for all of the the woke comments Andrews Column in The New York Times are we. I think framed the week very well and I know it killed him and I just want to commend. You did not get all. That's the podcast for today. Eh Gotta go. We gotTA skedaddle like our TV. Show this podcast is a labor of love. 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06:09 min | 1 year ago

"joe becky andrew" Discussed on Squawk Pod

"Long time. We don't completely understand why the causes the effects and we may not know for another ten years in this particular one could policy. I mean I. I get frustrated that we don't have better policy around the world and and I applaud the politicians and strong enough to get up and fight for good policy. which doesn't always selling is good for the citizens but it is you know and so and president mccrone own? I mean I think he's fighting the fight to get French growing better. Jamie WanNa thank you very much for your time. It's always a pleasure seeing you and we love this interview here Indaba so thank you very welcome. It will be next on Squawk pod. I've got a pack and get Outta here. I'm going to show Faqih Andrew and Creamer unpack that extended extended interview with Jamie diamond back in a moment. Welcome back to squad. It's the Swiss Alps. It's chilly mostly. It's Wendy. It's beautiful and it is very busy is always a marathon earlier this week. Joe had a sit down interview with President. Donald Trump which meant a twenty one hour workday for some of us but everyday they were there. Joe Becky Andrew Katie. Creamer creamer stayed onset outside after the TV broadcast to record some special content. Just for you our podcast listeners. Right now I'm on the roof of the Congress Center in Davos Switzerland with is the home of all the media tents and we are out in the elements so rain snow sunshiny blue skies. We're here for all of it. When the team sat down for the next conversation you'll hear it was actually sunny really sunny injury and becky whip out their shades for the occasion? We have documentation where you're all right guys. We talk to Jamey diamond for an extended interview the CEO and chairman of J. P. Morgan Chase Andrew. What did you think about his sort of take on the economy? I I thought he was bullshit. I didn't think he did you think he didn't. I thought he was. Hasn't he said we're doing fine. We're doing but we're hitting new records everyday on the market and that doesn't sound like just you see something you can always count on Jamie to very rationally and reasonably say that there are things that need to be fixed about the current economic system. And you know the headline writer is going to say Jamie. Jamie diamond thinks capitalism and then that causes him to go the other way and he can make the most spirited defense of capitalism of anyone. I've ever heard he didn't WanNa to answer the question. We asked him about Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren. He would he would've answered. You talked about something else because he does get on a roll named names he said if you ran a company that says Jason where I don't think he wants to be killing people who you voted for by definitely alienate. I do think capitalism socialism thing. There is this sort of sense of what is socialism that he's trying to raise and you didn't listen to his answer because he they did at basically basically being a little bit pregnant. There's no such thing as a little. That's that's what I heard is if you have the government owning the media production and and that is water on socialism. He said eventually that is a corrupt because you have people. The government elected officials officials who are using that power by votes and maintain their power ten to one on Bernie versus trump. On who I bet on anything I have. I have a question for kings but I don't give ten to one odds so he writes this piece. I don't think he liked the headline of his own. Piece set it sometime about capitalism. Wait where's the much sure. Advert Jamie Dimon less change capitalism. We might lose it forever off camera when he sat down He. I said I don't like the headline but most of conversation is actually the opposite of that in many ways you can find. What do you mean meaning I i? Most of the conversation he was having with us wasn't really that he felt the capitalism west. Brian in fact he made the argument that it was the greatest thing to ever happen happened to mankind. You can go and so so then. So then what do you make of what he make peace where I think that editors put what they what magazine was. It was a four time. Duff said here's a here's the other thing you hear you gave that fact that game now. That was eh for everyone. Billionaire created. Yeah two hundred and fifty thousand people were lifted out of poverty. Fifteen twenty years. What's the source for that? Or how does he figure at this number. If you look at how many people in China that have come from a certain level of income fifteen hundred dollars up to where ten thousand you take the whatever you want to use. The the poverty level immediately agreed and said his own numbers. Kind of back that we can put up with a couple of greedy billionaires if we with two hundred fifty thousand people Radovanovic Poverty. That's the show for today on our rundown tomorrow. The anchors might be on their way home from Switzerland covers. It was but here on the podcast. There is so much more Davos content still to be half including some things. That didn't make if you listen to this podcast. You should listen to the end because you'll get to hear it. There's peaks squawk box is hosted by. Joe Kernan Becky quick and Andrew. Ross Sorkin tune-in Weekday Mornings on CNBC at six am eastern to get the smartest takes and analysis from our TV show. Right Interiors. Subscribe to slack pod. Wherever you get your podcast we'll meet you back here tomorrow Thanks guys this. CNBC podcast is brought to you by TD Ameritrade. Do you wish you had a second opinion before. Placing trade with a strategy gut check from td Ameritrade trade desk. 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05:58 min | 1 year ago

"joe becky andrew" Discussed on Squawk Pod

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This is Are Super Bowl for the world of politics and business a roundup of the best sound bound from CNBC's interviews with the CEO's of Verizon Bank of America and steady plus the leaders of some of the best known and largest asset managers and hedge hedge funds in the world and an interview with author investor and Philanthropist David Rubenstein Co founder of one of the world's premier private equity woody firms. The Carlyle Group right. Now I don't see any prospect of a recession in two thousand twenty so pretty good the best of the World Economic Forum Day One plus some behind the sounds from Joe and Becky. We're double Switzerland. The Beautiful Alps beautiful behind us to bed. You guys can see it. I'M CNBC ABC producer. Cameron Kosta it's Tuesday. January twenty first twenty twenty squawk pod begins right now three one. Good morning everybody. Welcome to walk on. CNBC we are live from the World Economic Forum in Davos Switzerland. I'm becky quick along with Joe. Kernan and Andrew Ross Sorkin the World Economic Forum is exactly that an Economic Forum Michael Corbett the CEO of city spoke to Joe Backing Andrew about the trajectory of the global economy. When you look at the growth prognostications coming up while we're here three point three percent global growth down from three point four four prediction but up from two point nine for the year right? So that's that's not horrible if you get some of these clouds to clear. I think they're still runway left here of course at a conference this size with this caliber of attendees there's a diversity of perspective and of advice. Ray dallaglio billionaire founder of bridgewater ladder at the world's largest hedge fund shared some of his firm's investment strategy issue is. You can't jump into cash. Cash is trash. Okay you have to have a well diversified portfolio and first of all you have to be global and you have to have ballots. Think that you have to have a certain amount of gold in your portfolio portfolio or you have to have something tarred another theme today and probably all week trade between the two biggest economies in the world the US and China Steve Schwarzman founder and CEO of Blackstone Group has a long history of business investments in China and was in the room for the phase one signing literally. He's he's competent. That fees to as at least a priority for both parties involved. It's in China's interest as well as the US interest to do a face to deal. Most of the tariffs were not rolled back in this phase. One so there's a lot of incentive if you will to get to face to and They're they're quite serious about that in China all your on Squawk box and certainly as long as we've been delivering use pod guests have been debating capitalism And that theme is no different at Davos. Twenty twenty on the broadcast this morning. Billionaire Hedge Fund manager Paul Tudor Jones. A legendary investor kept corporate responsibility. What's ability at the center of his conversation? We know what's happening right now. As causing millennials not to believe in the system. We know that there's a threat to free markets. I'd much rather see us. change the sharing agreements organically bottoms up where. CEO's put employees. I put with the planet in communities and customers on par with shareholders also calling for corporate. Responsibility was Brian Moynihan CEO Bank of America. He's he's also the chairman of the International Business Council an advisory body to the World Economic Forum itself but of all the companies apartment job is commit the carbon neutrality. That will help drive. I the demand for alternative energies at the power companies need to get them carbon neutral and the final theme today new tech the CEO of Verizon Hans. Berg says five G. is way closer on the horizon than some other things. What comes first? I get a five d phone where I fly on a seven thirty seven. Max We there without five G. You're getting the best of our Davos coverage right here on squawk pot coming up will be investor. Author journalist Philanthropist and Co founder of the Carlyle Group. David Rubenstein if I knew how to solve income inequality I'd be in Iowa. I do think she companies that worry about more than just shareholder return of probably the companies that are going to get more people buying their stocks in the end. And they're probably going to do better. Plus Katie. Kramer is onset in the Swiss Alps with the anchors. Ready by Beck apply Rubinstein's interview and in some behind the scenes of Davos.

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"joe becky andrew" Discussed on Squawk Pod

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09:30 min | 1 year ago

"joe becky andrew" Discussed on Squawk Pod

"If you look at where we are in terms of revenues. And what's happened even though you see the stock market at all time highs into see the volume the wall there and Equities is taking a head this year. Because you know simply as much money wasn't made and look at what's happening in Europe and in Asia so it affected the global revenues for the Equity Division. Can we just structurally what's happening on Wall Street because it also feels and we haven't really talked about here is the commoditisation of so many of these different business. Units in terms of how some of these banks are approaching it some of the AI and machine learning other things that are being implemented. And what that's actually doing we to calm across the board so a lot of people talk about ai and machine learning but you know has it correlated into dodd yet still to be the scene but data science and as you know being implemented into banks and institutions massively loud hedge funds looking machine learning and seeing how the results would be. But you know it's very few that have figured it out in the ones that have figured it out of the winners. If I may rain making a banker how am I doing. This year superstars always find ways to get paid within institutions are. So if you're an anchor you should be all right but our surveys shows making a dependent on MD.. And I'm killing it this year. You could make two million dollars or more. I'm getting over ten ten attend. Those days are over. There might be a few people that Wade into those levels. But those days have sort of an what happens if I'm just an XL monkey honky. Then you can sit on a seed and be happy getting a paycheck. And how much am I getting from my for for staying up all night spreadsheet you get a base salary and base salaries honorees depend on titles on Wall Street so if you're an MD you getting a four hundred thousand dollars base salary for director. You're getting a two fifty base salary and if you under that you're getting about seventy five thousand thousands in base salaries and our speculation. Is that some of these areas. Some of the people that are gonNA sees us as well because the bonus pool is not that large hard time. JENNING jenning up much sympathy in this era. Look to us six figures a six figures. You know it's a lot of money. Wall Street gets paid. And you know. I tell. Tell people all the time that you just can't focus on short-term greed. You've got to look at you know long term and see career goes backwards my friends you've got it all about short-term short-term greed who was the model not get out of bed would say they don't get out of bed for less than ten grand. What was the you know what I'm talking? I mean if you look at the new servers that are coming out of it just startling the professor the other day and you know with a million group compensation is not everything you know it probably stocks third or fourth in where they want to be so you you know it all depends in what direction you want to take your career and your life. I'm just joking I was trying to to try to the boom here here. The boomers Joe's here. Thank you Mike Thank you me holidays. Holidays got a data dump from Netflix. Here's what's happening. The company releasing using new metrics revealing that it's subscribers in Europe. The Middle East and Africa have now doubled since the start of two thousand seventeen Latin America. All supposing strong growth while Asia still a small portion of the overall business netflix of course facing slowing growth in the US market is streaming competition. Picks up the company will now group. It's US results with Canada's Canada's in financial report but really more than anything guys the effort here by by doing this critical data dump if you will is to try to get investors to refocus how they even think about this company where the growth is gonNA come from to get them to spend a little bit more attention on the international peace. People focused a little less on the US piece. Where the competition competition? Is it a big dump or was it. A and there was a lot of stuff the today to do. You know in your child. He's a child go. I'll be laughs at his own jokes. Go to commercial. Go to commercial team here. We have certain off theater. You have certain little phrases that I'm in kindergarten garden now. I'm about to cry because of you reacted. How old are the boys? The boys are not they would would like to jat coming out to dump. A cheese will be next up next next on squawk todd does Dennis Muilenburg the CEO of the company have credibility with you and your group of pilots. Obviously there's been a crushing of the trust relationship. The spokesman for fifteen thousand professional pilots talks rebuilding trust in Boeing and in the FAA. We'll be right back problems. It's human nature to hate problems. But why is that after all problems inspire us to mend things then things make things better. That's why so many people work with. Ibm On everything from city. Traffic to ocean plastic new schools to new energy flight delays to food safety fifty smart loves problems. Ibm Let's put smart to work visit. IBM DOT COM slash smart to learn more. Welcome back to squawk box. The big corporate story today Boeing in in the wake of the two tragic plane crashes this year Boeing announced on Monday that it is suspending production of the seven. Thirty seven jetliner come January. Boeing doesn't expect furloughs lows are layoffs planning to reassign its workers instead but the shutdown will have ripple effects for the entire economy. The plane supply chain is a network of over six hundred firms. So while Boeing employs might be okay. There are thousands of other workers across that web of production that may wind up impacted. By Boeing's decision the production action halt is supposed to save the company money and it will but analysts are still expecting bowing to burn a billion dollars a month even after the suspension. Here's Joe Becky Andrew and in our auto reporter Phil about digesting that news. They can save some money by doing this. Fill some money turning off. I can't believe you could build forty those housing's and month which just tells you the size of their manufacturing. It's just that's what it really is A. It's not diminish its effect on the the US economy mass effect on. How do they save money? If if nobody's getting furloughed nobody's getting put out well. You've certainly got a lot of cost or not going into your building aircraft craft so now I was just reading J. P. Morgan's out with an estimate. Today that they're cash burn was previously. They estimate about two billion dollars a month. They're estimating Mike go down to a little over a billion a month so so it'll be cut down dramatically but not even suppliers because I've heard that they would offer offers some assistance to some of their suppliers hundred. That's probably how much assistance do they offer you. The concern for Boeing is that you have a supply supply chain that if they have to go through layoffs and they have to bring down their own production dramatically. And that's why ramping it back up it's going to be choppy. It's it's going to be messy. Look I think most people look at this news and they say when I look at twenty twenty. I'm not expecting anything in the first half and I'm kind of writing off the second half of this year ear J. P. Morgan's out with a note and I've heard this from other people not to expect a clean year in terms of deliveries in terms of earnings etc from Boeing until till twenty twenty. Do you have to store those babies. Don't you can't leave mountain. Snow One more than four hundred of them and then that's another forty every month. That's more than four two hundred zero right. Well a lot of them are are there in Renton Washington outside the plan. I mean you've seen the pictures there's pictures of these. They're in a parking lot. There's people poor showing up at work and their parking right accident. A seven thirty seven so we don't want them all over the place but that's at some point I mean we don't want some eighty seven man. I mean he could lend us one but we probably want one. That is a little safer than the ones that do any. Is there any chance that is more than software. What would that mean youth? I mean are you talking about. Let's redesigned it. No not really something up the production line to where it's not just saw it software. I think mostly what you're talking about. Say that they believe it's retro fit the four hundred that are sitting there right right it software. This is not like they're going to have to go back and a terrible place not to Belabor the point about the credibility management to where we look. It's it's very low. It's low because what they have made. The mistake of doing is making some shins repeatedly going back and we were talking about this before the show. The assumptions that they made in terms of when we redesigned seven thirty seven. This is what it's going to do. This is how it will operate. This is how pilots will react well. Those assumptions were wrong then. There were assumptions about how long it would take to fix it or those assumptions were wrong assumptions about dealing with the FAA way off way the off misplayed the.

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"joe becky andrew" Discussed on Squawk Pod

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10:21 min | 1 year ago

"joe becky andrew" Discussed on Squawk Pod

"Two. I think I think that's the real question. What do you do first of all? Do we know of anyone who's really happy with their cell phone service do we. I mean you know. I'm on verizon at the moment and I'm not so unhappy complaining I just WanNa know what happened. So there is an argument to me at the other side listening cheaper but we always everything's cheaper at everything could be cheaper in his cell phone bills. Actually have gone down a little bit in the last few years largely because of saturation in the market right t mobile verizon sprint these. At and T.. They've just been sort stealing market. Share away from is still bill. There's years No He's a work phone very satisfying to switch gears. Talk for a moment. I want to show you some historical perspective. This this is this. Is The Wall Street Journal from Nineteen Ninety Eight. This is a cover story by Becky. Quick about this is about what is called what this may be the I e Christmas and it is about Amazon and at that time at that time when she wrote this story all ECOMMERCE was less than one percent of all Christmas retail sales and and and and in the story. There's questions Shantha how to guide on how to buy things on Amazon. I thought actually twenty years ago. What what what is remarkable is? This is nineteen ninety eight and nine hundred ninety eight one becky. Becky wrote this amazing story in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight. But what's really interesting interesting is it. Wasn't that long afterward. That Amazon actually got into cloud computing. That Amazon start ripping off products. No one anticipated not the retailers not not the competitor is not the open source certain. Nobody anticipated that it was going to get its tentacles into everything so quickly. Thank you Joe. And thanks for bringing reading reading. The article cheese will be next next on squad noted economist. Muhammed Hilarion understands the phase. One trade deals positive reception in the markets gets but it might not be for long. I think it's GONNA lead to pick up in business investment. I think the uncertainty is still out there problems. It's human nature to hate problems. But why is that after all problems inspire us to mend things. Bend things make things better. That's that's why so many people work with. Ibm On everything from city. Traffic to ocean plastic new schools to new energy flight delays to food safety pretty smart loves problems. Ibm Let's put smart to work visit. IBM DOT com slash. Smart to learn more three. This is Andrew Hugh. Welcome back to squawk right here on CNBC. This morning. I mentioned Zorkin along with Becky. Quick and Joe Kernan in studio this morning sharing his thoughts on the markets the trade agreement. We're GONNA get to that in just a second much much. More is Mohamed. Clarion Islands is chief economic officer. Sir and friend of the show is good to see you sir thank you our next conversation is with the man you might hear from frequently in the business world or definitely parents squawk box Muhammed Al Arian. He's the chief economic adviser at all Aeon's corporate parent of Pimco and he's also about to become the head of Queen's College in Cambridge The patroness S. of which is of course her majesty the Queen. There's a photo of the two shaking hands if you google it and if we're lucky maybe Hilarion Cameo is in store. The crown season twenty-five Muhammed's offscreen credentials. Go on and on. But what makes him so interesting to all of us here on Squawk and all of his two hundred twenty something thousand twitter followers his economic outlook from before the financial crisis throughout the downturn and now in the after back in two thousand nine he coined the term the new normal to describe what he expected to be a prolonged period of slow growth in highly developed countries. It's a concept that has its own wikipedia page now because that's pinnacle of recognition at any rate he's a fixture of business news both on NBC and elsewhere. Here's Mohammed Al Arian with Joe Becky Andrew and Mary lovely economics professor at Syracuse. We'll homer remember member. Long ago you had the scenario of what could happen from the From the trade deal this is in the sixty percent that you talked about some sort of an incremental mental. Almost a truce but something that that can be signed and we can save something happened. At least wh-what explain what you said first time round so correct. It's a truce. And it was the high probability outcome sixty percent that we have something that was kind of okay but not earth shattering and that number kept on going up over time. I think you've got to remember two points when you look at this. The first one is yet another constructive. short-term factor for the markets added did it to massive liquidity added to good numbers out of China added to the service sector holding up in Europe and attitude positive technical. So that's good good but importantly those who extrapolate this to mean a long comprehensive trade deal or wrong the the most likely next step is further tensions and all we getting here is in both sides interest to have a truce for the short term. I think that professor you Echo Muhammed's comments I think to some extent this at least we can say that. This is a cease-fire which is a positive for the markets. Absolutely absolutely. It's like when you stop slapping yourself in the face but Things are getting better. Hopefully we'll see a big a big pickup hopefully in business investment which is crucial L.. For the future. But there's there's also a lot of as you said a lot of concerns that are just a little bit farther out on the horizon. The the other things is it are happening. The Ip that we kind of nebulous as almost a black box that there's some things that That were agreed to what. What do you think that that means what? What is the actual their meat on the bone for for anything with IP or any of the transit intransigent issues? It that we were after well Kinda has been working on these for a while Not only Ip protection and protect and changing the way cases are settled or within China China having a ability of firms to appeal to a higher authority especially when they feel that their technology is being Taken by local governments or government from an affiliated firms. So that's on that's already on the way Another thing is of course. The new foreign investment law took place in January which raised grimaud no penalties for Stealing technology so these things were in the works Phase Two is going to have much harder. Items including industrial subsidies MM cities and broader market access for American companies. Which I think is something that many companies are talking a lot about really need? They need to get into the market. It'd be able to play on a level playing field so we step back years. Look at this years from now if we step back and look at this this whole incident will it be a positive ositive in in us. Jonah relations or for the United States. Do you think Professor No. I think there's a couple of things first of all we. We still have tariffs on a lot of businesses small and medium enterprises in particular suffering. They don't have the resources to hire high powered firms to get the exclusions that they need The world trading system him has been hurt the US is officially said. It's okay to have huge state directed purchases to us. I mean where are the Chinese going to put all these new farm goods and exports. It clearly means they have to sort of change where they're shopping. So that means that other countries are going to be cut out of these deals and you know the. US is the leader of the global rules-based system. Here just sort of sold it down the cell down the pike so we should not. Are you in the camp that we should have confronted China just differently or not confronted them at at all. I think we should have confronted them differently. This was just a brute force. We didn't think about where the key issues are pressure. We didn't get anywhere for a long time. So I mean that's what I always hear camp here and I'm just not sure I agree with it. Anyway Muhammed what do you think would this be looked at as a positive I think it's going to be looked back. As has he sees fire that was in the short term domestic interest politically of both sites it will not be viewed. We have opened up this whole incident. This whole a trade war on day one. We absolutely the only thing I would have done differently is bring your upon. Have United Anything for you think you you whip shares the same grievances and it's interesting that overnight. China and Germany have seen an increase in that. What happened the last twenty years trying to bring them on? I think that the US had had an opening. I think I differ with with the professor is an important one. I don't think it's going to lead to pick up in business investment. I think that the uncertainty is still out there and what we're GONNA see simply a repositioning internally politically of both sides to get ready for the next phase of the Trade Center. Steve Bannon brought up an interesting point. Ain't something I hadn't considered before just the idea that if US MCA passes. Would that actually increased business investment here in North America. I I think so. I think what you're going to see over. Time is businesses focusing more on production in the US and in North America and to the extent that involves else in China. You're going to hear this phrase over and over again in China for China so yes base yourself in China to meet the Chinese market for selling their the notion that you will base yourself there and feed the rest of the world that is going to be increasingly questioned by business. Muhammed will be with us. professional thank you For being with us as well coming up astrophysicist Neil degrasse Tyson giant leaps into space is a small fraction. Some of what is going on in space right now. Worldwide spock Pied in space when we come back.

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06:08 min | 1 year ago

"joe becky andrew" Discussed on Squawk Pod

"Are being censored by facebook I don't want facebook or they're bored or whoever's monitoring what I'm running to tell me that I can't run something because is they're saying something that I don't believe is true using that argument than facebook shouldn't run their ads so I think it gets it gets difficult what do you do example right there stripe just like Donald Trump back after that by Joe Three two one might be a good morning and welcome back to squawk box here on CNBC lives on the Nasdaq market site in Times Square on Joe Kernan along with Becky quick and Andrew Ross Sorkin galaxy digital allow no less chairman Mike is that new or antique or I mean I was in the army a long time ago so this is an amish to those days thank devoted to institutionalizing digital assets and the technology behind them but before that he was a partner at Goldman Sachs for over a decade antilock fortress a big hedge fund on Wall Street he's also served on the board of the New York Fed's Investment Advisory Committee and yes today he was wearing a camouflage print blazer onset Nova grads joined Joe Becky Andrew an hour today on squawk box here on the podcast we've teased out the highlights of that conversation starting with Tesla topping expectations last time or the time before I was on here there was a bunch of talking about t sure big ideas I mean here's here's the question these this is a story stock part of the reason the stock is moving the way it is is because he has now re hit the deadlines that he puts out there and yet and so when you see oftentimes is the stock moves on the announcement that something's happening on a specific date and then turns around and south when he doesn't get what he doesn't nail the day but if you look at the road trajectory what he's doing he is building a world class company with the best cars on the road and Oh yes he over promises under delivers a little bit and then over promises under-delivers but they're projector he's in the right direction twitter shareholder but you're definitely a twitter user AAC needs out there it's amazing how many I spent most of my life in macro and once in a while I get involved in stocks in this sort of space in world do you do you play on an individual basis listen on the on the it was at dinner with some really great guys and there was a big debate on this and I think for a while they'll go down some companies will do well in the.

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"joe becky andrew" Discussed on Squawk Pod

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11:36 min | 1 year ago

"joe becky andrew" Discussed on Squawk Pod

"Bring in show musically this squad pod the daily podcast brought to you by the team behind squawk box control too CNBC's essential morning show every day get the best stories debate and analysis from the biggest names in business and politics are coming to enact today White House visor Larry cudlow you're not troubled by any of it just so we're clear there is nothing the president has done with respect to that phone call the administration's top on the economy weighs in on the impeachment inquiry Arianna Huffington Day sixty seconds before you go to your phone sixty seconds Joe takeover of time she used to carry around four smartphones. Now she's all about the unplug plus Joe Becky Andrew Binge on Netflix says quarterly earnings and a bit more everybody's taking bolts rosie shows are crazy those stories and more I'm CNBC producer? Katie Kramer it's Thursday October Seventeenth Twenty Nineteen swath pot begins right now becky by in three two one kilcooley good morning everybody welcome to Squawk box here on CNBC we are live from the aspect market site in Times Square I'm becky quick along with Joe Kernan and Andrew Ross Sorkin the EU and the UK saying they have reached a draft brexit deal obviously much more come on this but villa marks is standing by he's got more on the situation right now what can you tell us the executive Brian Inspect your opinion in the European Commission they have agreed with the UK that they would like to see this move forward in about an hour's time we'll have European leaders arriving. Hey inside Lindsey you council for their relatively the meeting Brexit top of the agenda Boris Johnson likely to talk to them to make his pitch to say we now have an agreement please can you endorse it and if those twenty-seven other heads of state eight say they're happy with it they will move on and potentially we could see the British parliament voting on it as soon as Saturday the challenge there remains though for prime minister bars he doesn't have a clear majority so if this small Irish party that's so often proven to be a thorn in the prime minister side decide as they've said again this morning they're not happy with the way the deal is timed out we could see that majority vanish and once again without parliamentary approval in Westminster four any agreement is going to be incredibly challenging for this process to end by October thirty first which right now is the current deadline a again junker as you mentioned in support of this he's saying that he's going to recommend that the twenty-seven EU nations actually endorsed that deal during the summit later today Boris Johnson making some positive tweets about this to saying it's a great new deal but you're right to bring up this concern that he doesn't necessarily have the votes in parliament just yet when do you think we'll have a better idea of this quickly this vote counting take place so the challenges is over the next forty eight hours while you've got this meeting going on here in Brussels is the prime minister's team back in Downing Street and in Westminster trying to see whether they can guarantee not only all of the inside the Conservative Party not only twenty one further votes from former Conservative Party members they kicked out last month also this ten subset of the D. at this Northern Irish policy and then potentially they also need some of the Labor opposition party members to vote in favor of the deal some of them telling me though they would only do that if approval of this deal was attached to a second confirmation referendum where essentially you'd see a second referendum pitching this deal against another option which remained inside the EU that could drag on for many months and Boris Johnson's insistence he would leave October thirty first might again we challenge on that front what would the response be if if if there was such a movement passed in parliament demanding a second referendum on clear in terms of what would be the time line around that they've often said many of European leaders like to see the UK stay inside European Union serve a referendum delivered that might be something that would be music to Emmanuel macron's is for instance the French president in terms of what happens this Saturday element legislation that already exists means that if a deal wasn't concluded by today the parliament was happy with then they would force the prime minister ask for an extension too late January we could see another four months delay to brexit process he might turn around and say to the European counterparts here the other leaders quite a bit shorter I think they're almost there give me another few weeks that's seeping got the technical details source it out and I'll try and get my parliament back onside thank you very much netflix earnings beat the street internationals describe growth beat expectations but the stats were all positive domestic subscriber additions were thirty five percent below estimates and it warned that quarter earnings revenue subscriber growth would all fall short of analysts estimates citing pricing changes and increased competition Disney Apple and CNBC the parent company NBC Universal All launching their own streaming services netflix CEO Reed Hastings says stream wars are noisy and could create modest and the company has spent a decade competing with other content providers. Netflix says it's going to take bold swings in their words when it comes to content good but won't take every other company is still the leader when it comes to content spending and is projected to spend about eighteen billion dollars in twenty twenty I mean everybody's taking bolts these shows are crazy some of them the watch just takes me back to thinking you know the writers really are the unsung heroes and I am it boggles the mind some of the stuff that they come to plot twists and everything that Just that you are not able to be prized by anything anymore it never be stunned I thought like wild wild west is really good and you don't back in the day yeah absolutely right and that's the that was the movie rain on on the yeah but I thought it was I mean we're still ourselves by saying you hanging every time that but they they would to a painting an old west type painting and come back and everything will be fine but now they have it where when they're doing it for Netflix they have these massive cliffhangers at the end so that you just allow capitalism in crisis again on the podcast we do this allot America's economic system was challenged yesterday by a key voice in Silicon Valley Mark Benny off the billionaire co founder of salesforce capitalism is dead we need a new capitalism we didn't a new sustainable fair and more equitable capitalist We need a capitalism that values not just shareholders but as important stakeholders that was salesforce Mark Benny off on CNBC yesterday joining us right westbound Davis partner at highland capital you think capitalism is dead Sir I think capitalism has a little ways to go count on it for a little bit longer waters capitalism uh-huh unto itself I think it speaks to free markets and the ability to make informed conscious decisions about where you're going in the market speak itself it's an open supply it's an open demand and prices settle in on where if you're right then what do we do about all these polls suggest that millennials especially and I think even maybe broadly broader the nat believe that capitalism doesn't work anymore well I'm not gonNA debates we're seeing it it's a constant refrain if you're right what do you think has to change yeah I'm not sure the believe it doesn't work as much as Alexei doesn't work in fact if you ask some of the millennialism not she'll define what capitalism is before they say it doesn't work but I think the concern that you finding out of most of these things that companies are getting a men's power and that's where the concern comes out of so this thing not that it doesn't work as an institution but it's threatening to them as an institution and so when when mark banning off says that today prophets are the table stakes he actually makes a slightly different argument by the way guys then the business roundtable basically says you have to do the prophets part that is like the table stakes piece these other constituent parts are necessary but that's like a second hey good you need to make sure you can stay open you gotta stay open and we've talked CEO's Today I'm thinking of the CEO of Ebay who actually was nailing it a lot on the purpose element and some of the the other constituent parts but wasn't nailing some of the numbers and he's gone and so our shareholder I mean the it clearly at some point prophets or essential world that I'm in rarely I mean really if ever we backing a company that's profitable from the get-go always the company's driving to its profit huge that's a big part of what we think about so somebody that looks at the changing the world we have a company here in New York freshly that will sell probably forty or fifty million meals this year to consumer I mean he she's feeding America changing eating habits these giving convenient good tasting food he is a mission guy I mean if all the way and that's powerful because it wraps around not only management team in the company but consumers buy into that in a meaningful way to I wouldn't be taking a lot of advice on on too many lives subjects millennial polls probably GonNa leave the conversation there thank you you could see you tease will be next coming up on Squawk pod White House advisor Larry cudlow defense the President and the economy here at home I think the domestic economy is in very good shape we're not immune joe but I think we are still the international driver what kind of Tech Company does the world need today one that applies smart technologies at scale with purpose and expertise not just for some but for Oh with A. I. Blockchain and quantum technology IBM is partnering with Clients to Develop Smart scalable technologies that help this is work better together let's expect more from technology let's put smart to work visit IBM DOT com slash smart to learn more along with becky quick and Andrew Ross sorkin Larry cudlow the National Economic Council Director and our former CNBC colleague joined squawks this morning too that's the health of the economy the mysteries of deep state and the questions around a certain letter between presidents here's Joe Kernan starting off today's been awhile Mr referred to as a globalist but at this point do we have a domestic economy that can continue to outperform and we have for years admittedly but it seems more more important in more more true now than maybe in the past that we really need to look.

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"joe becky andrew" Discussed on Squawk Pod

Squawk Pod

07:41 min | 1 year ago

"joe becky andrew" Discussed on Squawk Pod

"Bringing show musically this squawk the daily podcast brought to you by the team behind squawk box. CNBC CONTROL TO CNBC's essential morning show every day. Get the best stories debate and analysis from the biggest names in business and politics are coming to our next. Here's what we're talking about today. The billionaire investor Ken langone white saying to a gambling addict. Hey here's a million bucks going into the Casino and some fun filmmaker Ken Burns on Countries Trees Big Bang for the music industry. The origin is an intersection of commerce and Technology and Joe Becky Andrew Watch what could be a key move by the central bank. This is the first time the Fed has stepped in such a way literally in ten years. We've got those stories and much more. CNBC producer Katie Kramer. It's Wednesday September eighteenth pod begins right now becky three one up and becky hey good morning everybody welcome the squawk box here on CNBC. We are live from the Nasdaq market site in Times Square. I'm becky quick along with Joe Kernan and Andrew Ross Sorkin. Our guest is blackrock Kate more good to have have you here. Thank you first up on today's podcast the murky market known as Repo what is it the Federal Reserve has a two point two trillion dollar repurchase purchase system that allows one party to extend cash for equivalent securities. This can help companies short on Tash to borrow quickly the cash borrower agrees to repurchase those securities again at a slightly higher price and the other day the interest rate on that borrowing known as the REPO rate shot up to ten percent about four times. What's normal so the New York fed made a surprising rising of shoring it up with emergency fifty billion dollars on Tuesday then they injected more today now? Let's get back to Becky Kate. We were just talking about this. It's all the moves that were made in the repo market yesterday by the Fed pretty confusing to try and figure out what was happening why yeah I think there are a lot of people that are looking at all of these small events ends and asking does it have bigger implications Andrew and I were sort of chatting about as well and in this environment where everyone's feeling really uncertain where we have heightened geopolitical risk in the political risk and policy can certainty you know I think these sort of fractures in the market make people more nervous so whether or not this ends up being a much bigger issue I mean I'll leave that to the experts on the repo side but I will note that this really does weigh on investor citing inside the office yesterday. This is the thing I'm trying understand. I immediately had a two thousand seven summer of two thousand seven flashback aspect BNP scare. I don't know if you remember but there was a two and a half billion dollars. maybe two billion dollars were frozen subprime that all of a sudden there was like a freak out and at the time it didn't feel like it was meaningful didn't and everybody's sort of pooh-poohed it and said Oh it's just a technical issue one problem with one institution and then of course we know what happened the difference though private institution between what was happening in the market and the Fed stepped in right away and there was awesome action right so this is the first time the Fed stepped in such a way literally in ten years and the only other time that ever did something like this was in the middle all of crisis. That's right now. I think it's fair to ask you know. Is this going to be something like a warning sign and we're going to look back and say this is the start of a bigger fractured. Oh factors really are technical factors so well technical fat they technically you know you say oh yeah. They call them technical factors but there's something looming but sometimes taking effect is really are just take those I mean there's nothing else that would say on the black rock trading floor. There was no panic it was very orderly and calm and like a regular Tuesday morning so it's it's interesting that the the like a handful of headlines but just a smattering and try to make sense of what it meant or they were doing it was up to seventy five billion not entirely really sure how much they it's happening. It's not happening this window. I agree. It was a little bit confusing and something of course we'll be watching. They mentioned I think like the all of these small things things that are impacting sentiment can together really weigh on you know how investors active in the end of the year. Let's talk about oil this morning and the price of crude rude again an issue where even forty-eight hours ago there was a bit of a freak out. I don't even know there's forget the markets in which is where I got it in the headlines at they jumped by more than ten percent after the weekend attacks acts on Saudi oil facilities but gave back much of those gains after Saudi Arabia said it would restore most of its oil output and returned all production levels within weeks now the kingdom's is new energy mentors said that fifty percent of production actually that was lost on in Saturday's attack has already been restored we had an expectation that there might be a third of it back online by the end of this week week but fifty percent already is quite a feat or at least ahead of where people were expecting things to be. He's the attacks won't affect and this is also important because we were asking lots of questions questions on Monday morning over the weekend will not be impacting Aramco's upcoming. Ipo Of course that IPO has been delayed for quite some time now going to be going public domestically in Saudi as opposed to on a major exchange but moving ahead nonetheless Aramco's chairman said the company is committed to that IPO taking place in the next twelve months the country's Defense Minister Ministry set to hold a news conference later today and of course we expect to learn a lot more about who came thinks was behind that attack Iran's Defense Ministry this morning continuing to deny any role in the attacks despite the comments and intelligence from US officials. I can't believe anything they remember to be six months before for we're back online that was original estimate for Saudi Arabia so it at first saying you can't believe Saudi no. I'm saying that when you're trying to decide what to believe it right after an event that it's best to just call type yet this whole I remember going to be six months if we hit a six month disruption of south of half of Saudis oil even though we don't import people were talking about you know. They have a thirty five to forty days supply. How much can you get back on six? Months was the thinking wow those facilities as must really be damaged. Sometimes you think about we we've had power go out and and it's like Oh to get things like look. There's even just fired a refinery or for an oil operation. It can create lasting damage in this case. It's going to be six months right new developments seventeen we works pushed to go public still before year's end CEO Adam Newman speaking to employees in a webcast that took place late yesterday on Tuesday he said he had had been quote humbled by the shelves. IPO and said that he had received feedback on the role that he needed to play as a leader of public company he then went on to saved the week debut for other disruptors like lifting Uber contributed to his decision to delay the offering. I will tell you I sat with him now. I want to say maybe three three or four months ago. We were on the record at the time Uber's. IPO had taken place and I put the question to him. How do you how much you focused on the Uber? IPO How anxious nobody will it and at the time it was like doesn't matter to me completely irrelevant. I can't even if he was able to get investors who wanted to invest at a price. They were looking. I mean I'm suggesting that all of a sudden I dare. I say there's an element of hypocrisy yeah. That's it well. It was the and it just it doesn't matter if you can still get investors interested in you now. Investors may be less interested in him having seen what happened to uber coming out and having seen what happened to lift having seen what happened to smile direct club but it's because they kicked the tires maybe a little harder than they would've otherwise if the price is right right and the financials look good. You know you don't have to worrying about what's come before you right. They'll be demand for your.

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"joe becky andrew" Discussed on Squawk Pod

Squawk Pod

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"joe becky andrew" Discussed on Squawk Pod

"I'm becky quick. I'm Andrew Ross Sorkin. I'm Joe Kernan and you're listening. The SQUAWK pod ends great. Thanks now what they're going to get a high. You can't use squawk box the most powerful business show on the planet and now it's a podcast. PR TO CBC control to bring in show musically coming the becky and three this is squawk pod brought to you by the team behind squawk box. I'm CNBC producer. Katie Kramer daily are anchors producers and crew will bring are you the best stories debate and analysis from the biggest names and business and politics joining us right now is Berkshire hathaway chairman and CEO Warren Buffett and J. P. Morgan Chase chairman and CEO Jamie Amy Diamond joining us by the company CEO Ginny Rometty joining us on the IPO Day Uber Dark House for shy. We are joined this morning by Melinda Gates. Mr President are are you with us. I am with you. Jill great to have you on. Thank you doing Joe Becky Andrew as they discussed the moments that matter setting the agenda for the Business Day Joe Kernan have been here forever. I am one of the CO anchors of squawk box which has evolved into. I think the best thing on TV at least in the morning maybe all day long. I'm becky quick and I've been with squawk box for fifteen years. I've been working with Joe that whole time been sitting next to Andrew for almost eight years at this point for me. squawk box is breakfast with most interesting people in the world. These are the people who are coming up with the next ideas in business the next ideas and finance next ideas and how we should be running this country. It's a privilege to get to talk to them every day. It's more entertaining than any other morning show but you actually might get some useful information. Squad cod is everything everything. TV viewers expect more three hour morning. Show plus behind the scenes content from the production team curated in a thirty minute podcast. Hey Andrew it's Katy. Can you hear me how are are you good morning. DC yet my name is MAG. I'm the tech this is Angela Syndrome. I am the production system for Squawk box and we're just about to get our next guest onset. Is it a two way conversation. Power Pauses on podcast workout. Pregnant Policies Work Related Andrew. It'd be much better at this much more tech savvy craziest show in the world now you get it in your ears to get the smartest takes and analysis from our TV show in your podcast feed every day subscribed squawk pot apple podcasts spotify stitcher or your favorite podcast APP follow us on twitter at squawk. CNBC and start listening. We are clear thanks guys. I'm David favor join me crawl into me a and Jim Cramer for the opening bell our of C._N._B._C. squawk on the street the podcast subscribe for free wherever you listen and you can always catch us live weekdays at Nine A._M. Eastern C._N._B._C.

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02:52 min | 2 years ago

Introducing Squawk Pod

"I'm becky quick. I'm Andrew Ross Sorkin. I'm Joe Kernan and you're listening. The SQUAWK pod ends great. Thanks now what they're going to get a high. You can't use squawk box the most powerful business show on the planet and now it's a podcast. PR TO CBC control to bring in show musically coming the becky and three this is squawk pod brought to you by the team behind squawk box. I'm CNBC producer. Katie Kramer daily are anchors producers and crew will bring are you the best stories debate and analysis from the biggest names and business and politics joining us right now is Berkshire hathaway chairman and CEO Warren Buffett and J. P. Morgan Chase chairman and CEO Jamie Amy Diamond joining us by the company CEO Ginny Rometty joining us on the IPO Day Uber Dark House for shy. We are joined this morning by Melinda Gates. Mr President are are you with us. I am with you. Jill great to have you on. Thank you doing Joe Becky Andrew as they discussed the moments that matter setting the agenda for the Business Day Joe Kernan have been here forever. I am one of the CO anchors of squawk box which has evolved into. I think the best thing on TV at least in the morning maybe all day long. I'm becky quick and I've been with squawk box for fifteen years. I've been working with Joe that whole time been sitting next to Andrew for almost eight years at this point for me. squawk box is breakfast with most interesting people in the world. These are the people who are coming up with the next ideas in business the next ideas and finance next ideas and how we should be running this country. It's a privilege to get to talk to them every day. It's more entertaining than any other morning show but you actually might get some useful information. Squad cod is everything everything. TV viewers expect more three hour morning. Show plus behind the scenes content from the production team curated in a thirty minute podcast. Hey Andrew it's Katy. Can you hear me how are are you good morning. DC yet my name is MAG. I'm the tech this is Angela Syndrome. I am the production system for Squawk box and we're just about to get our next guest onset. Is it a two way conversation. Power Pauses on podcast workout. Pregnant Policies Work Related Andrew. It'd be much better at this much more tech savvy craziest show in the world now you get it in your ears to get the smartest takes and analysis from our TV show in your podcast feed every day subscribed squawk pot apple podcasts spotify stitcher or your favorite podcast APP follow us on twitter at squawk. CNBC and start listening. We are clear thanks guys. I'm David favor join me crawl into me a and Jim Cramer for the opening bell our of C._N._B._C. squawk on the street the podcast subscribe for free wherever you listen and you can always catch us live weekdays at Nine A._M. Eastern C._N._B._C.

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