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"julie neiman" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"julie neiman" Discussed on Here & Now

"Potentially instead of dying from influenza may have a mild illness from influenza and are less likely to need medical attention for here now. I'm Sarah Bowdoin in Pittsburgh. For the second time this week a precipitous drop in stocks. This morning triggered the circuit breakers at the New York Stock Exchange bringing trading to a halt for fifteen minutes joining us now is Julie Neiman who is an analyst at Smith more and company and Saint. Louis Julia Welcome back. And what are you making of the turmoil? We're seeing in the markets right now. This is a market that has had huge knock on effects. Probably the biggest thing you have to remember that this is not a replay of two thousand seventy nine. This is entirely different. What we have here is a monstrously illiquid market at the scene of big selloff just due to the effects that have been blowing up over the years and growing over the years. But you say that this is not like two thousand seven eight nine. Why do you say that the economy actually has been okay and it still is okay? Are we going to experience? A recession will sure. A lot of this can cause a recession but this is not a collapse in any single system. As far as the economy is concerned this is going to be more of a deliverability problem. And it's not going to be a severe recession. It's going to be one of these nice v-shaped recessions If there is such a thing as nice recession but something from which we can recover on a fairly speedy fashion simply because this is not something that has affected the system the financial system the market system is broken but the market system has been broken for some time and this is all due to a huge number of financial derivatives out there derivatives on derivatives which has made markets very illiquid. You've packaged financial products. They offer diversity but when you sell that product all of these internal units are affected as well and you end up with kind of a spiral so it's become a market of sell sell sell but there are no buyers out there because of the financial products. For how long is that going to last? You think because the size of it is so enormous we're talking trillions of dollars financial derivatives. That are impacting. The stock market the bond market. Virtually everything these are things that are going to experience fails that are going to experience problems with unwinding liquidity problems and it is going to have to play its way out. I wish I could tell you when I hear a thud But unfortunately the selling can continue eighty percent of all the trading on the New York Stock Exchange right down is done by computer algorithms. It's untouched by human hands. So this is a market that has a life of its own and as they found out earlier. It's the circuit breaker. You unplug it. And that's the only thing that stops it. What investors cannot do is panic on this. This is not again two thousand eight nine though recovery. There was very slow very long and honestly we really did not have a good recovery. There was so much damage done to the global financial system so we had a weak recovery along recovery. And now we're seeing where the chinks in the armor happened to be but there are a lot of people who are not worried about necessarily their investments but their jobs that they may not be able to go to work for a while that they may not have the kind of job where they have paid. Sick leave isn't that going to ripple through the economy in a in a powerful way. That's where fiscal policy has to step in because of the recovery from the two thousand eight. Nine what I call a depression. Not a recession people are now working in the GIG economy. They're not working for corporations to where you get unemployment benefits your independent contractors and we see these absolutely everywhere. These are the folks who do not have a safety net. There is no good transmission mechanism to get income to them. When you've got a period of not having any income going in this is something that the fine minds in Washington and elsewhere can figure out there is going to have to be some way to get those temporary savings or some kind of paycheck into people's hands to keep them from basically running into these problems of the obvious system is going through the unemployment offices where we can man those up. Get checks out to people redefining. What unemployment insurance is that would be the most effective Transmission System right there. But that is what you have to do is get income into the hands of people who are living week to week paychecks. These are service workers. Restaurant workers healthcare workers. That basically don't have any kind of backup system. Julie many people are looking at this and saying yes. There may need to be an economic stimulus fiscal stimulus to deal with this. But also the government is just GonNa have to show that it can actually handle the health crisis. Give people confidence in that first and that will start fix these problems and when you decimate the entire budget of the CDC and the NIH. What do you expect? That's what's been going on in government for the last three years. All of the regulatory agencies had their budgets absolutely slashed so they can't do their jobs. This is a grasp of the obvious. Now you have to flood them with the money but it is still going to take time to ramp back up because you've lost. Scientists have lost capable administrators. Even laws people who get the job done and had to go into private industry to find other things to do so it's going to be a rebuilding process and that takes time so the really unfortunate situation here is. There is no quick fix here that is Julie Neiman who is an analyst at Smith more and company in Saint. Louis Julie..

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"julie neiman" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW

1150 AM KKNW

16:25 min | 2 years ago

"julie neiman" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW

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"julie neiman" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

05:37 min | 2 years ago

"julie neiman" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by Amazon web services. Whether it's searching for life on other planets or helping enterprises reinvent their industries AWS helps technology scale to meet the challenge. Learn more at AWS is how dot com slash podcast. Better than expected, but not as good as last quarter one, I guess our mystery indicator in New York, I'm Tracey Samuelson in for David Brancaccio. Two point six percent. That's how fast the economy grew in the final quarter of two thousand eighteen according to initial estimate from the Commerce Department out this morning after a delay due to the government shutdown so growth is solidly in the twos. That's down from more than three percent last quarter. And over four percent midyear consumer spending a big part of the US economy. Also grew at the end of the year, but again at a slower pace than the previous quarter here to discuss is Julie Neiman. She's an analyst with Smith Warren company in St Louis. Hey, julie. So Julie dig into the days numbers for us. What are the parts of the economy that are doing well or maybe less? Well, well, the key thing is the consumer is slowing down from two major reasons. First of all, the shutdown that had a big ripple effect through the economy, and yes, it did end January twenty fifth, but it made everybody very skittish, and it really pulled out a consumption there. But the tariffs are having a bigger and longer impact on it. And especially here in the midwest and the agricultural area, it's causing real damage to farmers. And so we're seeing big losses in income because of the tariffs, and this is continuing on and on and this is one of the key areas where we're going to lose a lot of economic growth. Okay. And if we zoom out to the full year growth was about three percent, that's solid. Obviously Pete in the second quarter with more than four percent. But what do you think can we keep up these levels in twenty nineteen well in two thousand eighteen though the market had the red bull of the tax break. Now the tax break. I actually was very uneven it helped corporations tremendously very little actually trickled down into the consumer economy. And the economy is run by consumers seventy percent as relying upon consumers. So unless it really trickles down to the rest of us. You're not going to get a sustainable growth right there. It's all in the numbers. And that's what we had last year growth was in the numbers as opposed to really affective growth in the US economy. All right. Julie Newman with Smith more and company in St Louis. Thanks so much. Julie. You bet President Trump cut short meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Hoon earlier today after failing to reach an agreement on nuclear weapons and sanctions Trump said North Korea wanted a full sanctions relief in exchange for dismantling some of its nuclear program. But not all that was a no thanks from the US. Marketplace's Jennifer pack has been falling business reaction to the summit. Hey, jennifer. Hi, Tracy, so leading up to the summit at least awesome interests some excitement from investors in China and South Korea. What were they hoping for? Well, they were hoping that the economic sanctions would be lifted and North Korea would open its doors to foreign companies. Right. And you know, North Korea has outdated infrastructure. I spoke to a South Korean investment firm. They were looking at construction projects to help North Korea upgrade and also every year North Korea has a trade fair last fall China had twice as many companies sign. Yup. Forty in total in part because President Trump and Kim Jong met in Singapore. And you know, at this trade fair, I was told that the North Koreans. They didn't just introduce their companies. They also explicitly gave details of for example, what their tax policy is like the price of water electricity land. Also, if you want to hire a North Korean worker in your factory abroad, how much would that set you back, by the way a hundred nineteen dollars a month? So this kind of detail is unprecedented for such a closed off country because even the most basic economic information is really a mystery to most experts in North Korea. And so now that this summit has ended without an agreement. Sanctions remain in place. What happens to those plans to that interest? Well, I don't see this enthusiasm disappearing. It just means that the plans they had might have to be delayed for bit. Which isn't exactly a bad thing for a longtime people knew investing in north. Korea was going to be risky because there are lots of practical. Hurdles, for example, how do you keep in touch with your North Korean client people in China who have done business? There said it's very difficult. Very few North Koreans have a telephone that can dial internationally. So you have to wait for them to contact you or meet them in person in China next his payment? You know, that's a huge issue. How do you get paid for a while up until twenty sixteen? We heard that North Korean companies were only paying by cash, and in coal, you know, economic sanctions yester- still in place. But there is a lot than North Korea has to do before people can feel safe to do business there. And at the same time, there are also some strategic interests, you know, countries like Russia, for example, they're very interested in building for example, pipelines through North Korea. So that they can send energy resources to Japan to South Korea. So these interests I don't think is going to disappear overnight. Marketplace's Jennifer pack. Thanks so much. Thanks, tracy. This

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"julie neiman" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

Marketplace All-in-One

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"julie neiman" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

"Where is that foreign car really made? I'm David Brancaccio in New York. I tensions over trade between the US and Iran persist today after Iran's foreign ministry warned that there would quote definitely be equal countermeasures. If the US tries to block its oil exports. Crude oil in New York is above sixty eight dollars a barrel this morning up another four tenths of a percent today, but longer term, where might this be going? Julie Neiman closely follows the energy markets as an analyst at Smith Morin company in Saint Louis. The whole problem is demand demand can be cut off when you have a slower Konami and that's likely to occur not this year, but in two thousand nineteen. Then you're going to have a problem with supply deliverance and that is a geopolitical situation. You have Libya Venezuela and Iran all of which are going to be taking oil out of the production line. Other producers are not stepping up completely, but here in the United States, of course, we have these. Substitute and that is natural gas fracking. And we're going full tilt in that area. So supply is going to be coming in from domestic producers. Everybody across the world is turning on the faucet here. The only risk is geopolitical risk at this point, but you're not in that camp that thinks a hundred dollars a barrel. Oil is around the corner. No, I think we can go to eighty, but it's going to be very short term eighty will put a little bit of a crimp in the prices, and when everybody gets the shock of seeing three dollars a gallon that does focus the attention. But as long as incomes are good, people are not going to react terribly to that. This is not the same as it was a few years ago when three dollars in the March higher really caused a lot of pain back then we were still driving cars that had not good fuel efficiency. Now, even the SUV's that used to get sixteen inches to the gallon are somewhat fuel efficient. So the impact is not as great as it had been in the past up still just get in the sixteen inches per gal. When Julie Neiman that Smith more in company in Saint Louis. Thank you so much. With the US working on new tariffs on foreign cars. There's some new data today on the economic effects of cars sold in America takes into account, not only where the final car was assembled, but also where it's parts came from where it was researched and developed where the prophets go. Marketplace's jed, Kim reports on the global interplay of the car industry and how tariffs might change things topping out the made in America. Auto index, the corvette, the Chevy volt the Ford f. one fifty all recognizable American names. But then at number six or the Honda ridge line and odyssey. Frankie boys teaches international business at American University and compiles the index..

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"julie neiman" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"julie neiman" Discussed on KPCC

"Same sex couples that's npr's hansie long ozzy thank you thank you already all right today was the last trading day of the month us markets are closed for good friday stock prices were up today after two days of losses and the month as a whole was pretty bruising for the first time in years technology companies like facebook google amazon are leading the way down npr's gyms rolly explains why ever since the great recession the us economy has been growing at a pace that can usually be described as tepid samir salama of wells fargo investment institute says the one big area of promise has been technology companies if you think about social media if you think about ecommerce basically technology is the backbone of all of those different things and for those corporations is driven incredible profit growth and this is made tex stocks such as apple amazon facebook and google soar over the year ending on march fifth for example apple was up twenty nine percent julie neiman an analyst at smith more and company says even when other stocks have underperformed the love affair between wall street and tech stocks never waned otx stocks have been deed dominated area this is one thing that consumers have investors have jumped all over simply because they can understand them they love these stocks they loved them that is until about two months ago neiman says there's no single reason for what's happened each company has had its distinct set of problems apple faces questions about its growth how long will people keep buying bigger and better iphones amazon is being attacked in tweets by president trump tesla is facing production issues and then there's facebook this morning facebook under fire the pressure intensifying in the wake of that cambridge analytica privacy scandal affecting up to fifty million users the uproar over facebook's breach of user data is generating calls for strict government regulation of the social media giant since the beginning of february facebook shares are down by twenty percent taken together these problems have raised questions about.

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"julie neiman" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"julie neiman" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Of the month us markets are closed for good friday stock prices were up today after two days of losses and the month as a whole was pretty bruising for the first time in years technology companies like facebook google and amazon are leading the way down npr's gyms rolly explains why ever since the great recession the us economy has been growing at a pace that can usually be described as tepid samir salama of wells fargo investment institute says the one big area of promise has been technology companies if you think about social media if you think about ecommerce visually technology is the backbone of all of those different things and for those corporations is driven incredible profit growth and this is made tex stocks such as apple amazon facebook and google soar over the year ending on march fifth for example apple was up twenty nine percent julie neiman an analyst at smith more and company says even when other stocks have underperformed the love affair between wall street and tech stocks never waned otx stocks have been the dominant area this is one thing that consumers have investors have jumped all over simply because they can understand them they love these stocks they loved them that is until about two months ago neiman says there's no single reason for what's happened each company has had its distinct set of problems apple faces questions about its growth how long will people keep buying bigger and better iphones amazon is being attacked in tweets by president trump tesla is facing production issues and then there's facebook this morning facebook under fire the pressure intensifying in the wake of that cambridge politica privacy scandal affecting up to fifty million users the uproar over facebook's breach of user data is generating calls for strict government regulation of the social media giant since the beginning of february facebook shares are down by twenty percent taken together these problems have raised questions about the tech sector as a whole again julie nieman the market has.

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"julie neiman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"julie neiman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Same sex couples that's npr's hansie lolong hansie thank you thank you already all right today was the last trading day of the month us markets are closed for good friday stock prices were up today after two days of losses and the month as a whole was pretty bruising for the first time in years technology companies like facebook google amazon are leading the way down npr's gyms rolly explains why ever since the great recession the us economy has been growing at a pace that can usually be described as tepid samir salama of wells fargo investment institute says the one big area of promise has been technology companies if you think about social media if you think about ecommerce facially technology is the backbone of all of those different things and for those corporations is driven incredible profit growth and this is made tech stocks such as apple amazon facebook and google soar over the year ending on march fifth for example apple was up twenty nine percent julie neiman an analyst at smith more and company says even when other stocks have underperformed the love affair between wall street and tech stocks never waned otx talks have been de dominant area this is one thing that consumers have investors have jumped all over simply because they can understand them they love these socks they loved them that is until about two months ago neiman says there's no single reason for what's happened each company has had its distinct set of problems apple faces questions about its growth how long will people keep buying bigger and better iphones amazon is being attacked in tweets by president trump tesla is facing production issues and then there's facebook this morning facebook under fire the pressure intensifying in the wake of that cambridge analytica privacy scandal affecting up to fifty million users the uproar over facebook's breach of user data is generating calls for strict government regulation of the social media giant since the beginning of february facebook shares are down by twenty percent taken together these problems have raised questions about.

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"julie neiman" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"julie neiman" Discussed on Here & Now

"Absolutely the best thing to do is to make business friendly what do you do you streamline every process in procedure we have a very low cost of living right here real estate is very low cost compared to virtually every place else in the united states and we've got a lot of land that's available for development the biggest problem that we have is we have licensing problems we have inspection problems permitting problems we have ninety four suburbs rounding saint louis and that's like the balkan peninsula we need more cooperation coordination there to foster this kind of business moving in so while we have very attractive assets here we have a bad process to attract business that's julie neiman who's a financial analyst with smith more and company in saint louis julie thanks for joining us as always you bet will the state of washington may soon become the first day to restrict certain kinds of chemicals found in products including food wrappers and firefighting foams the chemicals are used because they're nonstick and flame resistant but they've also been associated with liver problems we can immune systems and certain kinds of cancer as k u o w's i leach o'neil reports washington's law makers have moved to cut off these chemicals at the source your nice to meet you i did stephen sandy swanson living three story house on top of a ridge on austin states would be island their massive windows overlook puget sound in december twenty sixteen they were in a festive mood we already had our christmas tree up the house looked beautiful but then a representative from the navy knocked on their door she walked in and i believe she seemed genuinely moved by what the bad news she was going to.

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"julie neiman" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"julie neiman" Discussed on KQED Radio

"There were some major shifts this week in the role the united states plays in the world the trump administration showed a new openness to talks with north korea but new tighter restrictions on global trade this is marketplace weekend where the economy meets real life i'm kimberly adams in for lizzy o'leary if you've been paying attention to the news at all this week it's been a duisi president trump's chief economic adviser gary cohn announced he was resigning and then on thursday there were those new tariffs on steel and aluminum we want to build our ships we want to build our planes we want to build our military corporate were still with aluminum from our country now now we're finally taken action to correct this long overdue problem the tariffs are a major concern for us trade partners but president trump says these measures will be good for the country i think in the end we could have a lotta great jobs could have a lot of great companies all coming back into our country a term you'll hear a lot around this move is protectionism the kind of trade policy that protects domestic interest over promoting international trade to discuss the tariffs and what protectionism might mean for the us we have julie neiman she's with the financial analysis and advice firm smith more in st louis missouri i asked her about the history of protectionist measures in the us will for the most part it has been with large industries where you have have a large unions at stake in a lot.

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"julie neiman" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"julie neiman" Discussed on KQED Radio

"There were some major shifts this week in the role the united states plays in the world the trump administration showed a new openness to talks with north korea but new tighter restrictions on global trade this is marketplace weekend where the economy meets real life i'm kimberly adams in for lizzy o'leary if you've been paying attention to the news at all this week it's been a jacuzzi president trump's chief economic adviser gary cohn announced he was resigning and then on thursday there were those new tariffs on steel and aluminum we want to build our ships we want to build our planes we want to build our military corporate with still with aluminum from our country where now we're finally taken action to correct this long overdue problem the tariffs are a major concern for us trade partners but president trump says these measures will be good for the country i think in the end we could have a lotta great jobs with a lotta great companies all coming back into our country a term you'll hear a lot around this move is protectionism the kind of trade policy that protects domestic interest over promoting international trade to discuss the tariffs and what protectionism might mean for the us we have julie neiman she's with the financial analysis and advice firm smith more in st louis missouri i asked her about the history of protectionist measures in the us will for the most part it has been with large industries where you have all large unions at stake in a lot.

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