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"lizanne saunders" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

08:58 min | 1 year ago

"lizanne saunders" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Your wealth is big out with Panetta directory search Bryant Perry's, our guest, today's Lizanne Saunders. Chief investment strategist for Charles Schwab and company, I guess, at the feds do lower the rates and as expected, and, and that does sort of prolong, this period of expansion is recessions are his chat about that. It seems that they're inevitable. You can't just keep doing this forever, and never have recession. So let's, let's talk about why that's true. What is it in our economy that has these periods of growth in these periods of pullback? And why that's actually the way it is in healthy. Well, there's, there's sort of the normal cycle, and then there's arguably the more recent cycle to your point about monetary policy sort of being the only game in town and cycles. Maybe getting distorted a little bit by virtue of all these extremes in monetary policies. So a normal cycle is one where the economy grows and maybe moves into an overheating stage wage growth picks up. Turn and place and growth picks up. The fed has to step in raise interest rates in order to kind of cool down and overheating economy, try to cool down some of those excesses. Keep inflation from getting out of hand, eventually, they raise short rates enough that the long end of the bond market starts to say okay, they're sufficiently going to slow the economy long bond yields tend to come down the yield curve in verts you go into a recession those excesses es. And then you start the process from a healthier point. The this last cycle is is, is a lot different because the severity of the last recession was so dramatic. The fact that it was global in nature, we had all this massive coordinated central Bank policy easing, not just with rates, but taking global central Bank. Balance sheets of two twenty six trillion dollars at the at the peak. It is a trickier cycle to figure out. We're in this kind of boast post debt bubble super cycle for the last ten years. That's one of the explanations for why growth has been. So suppressed why? Again, longest economic expansion in modern day history. But by far the weakest, it doesn't look like this cycle is going to end the same way with all of this overheating and wage growth. Really skyrocketing inflation becoming a problem. But what we may be facing now is more of a deflationary end of the cycle as opposed to an inflationary and of the cycle that may meet the severity of the recession. It's still not fun to go through though are, are, are interest rates ever gonna come up to where they were years ago. I you know, I don't know. I think I can't help. But wonder if there's a contrarian case for inflation, I, I don't think that, that there's really any set of circumstances. You could lay out to bring us back to nor would anybody want to go back to, you know, seventies era hyperinflation kind of environment, but the contrary me, can't help, but not just make the concerning case for higher inflation, simply because no one else thinks there's going to be inflation. I'm never a contrarian just to be contrarian. But I always want to think, okay, what's the story. Everybody's telling versus what's the story. Nobody's telling them generally more. Intrigued by the story, nobody's telling. So I think we've really squashed, all of the idea that inflation is possibly a risk out of the mindset of investors and pundits. So again, I just I can't help. But think okay, so what could trigger inflation? I think we're already seeing sufficient tightness in the labor market. We, we have started to see upward pressure on wages. Not not. To the same degree that we have in past cycles. But maybe it's just coming later than it had been tariffs are inherently, at least initially inflationary. And I think, and here's the rub as it relates to timing of recession, I mentioned trade dealer, no trade deal, but tied to that is, if there's no trade deal, and in particular, if the next round of tariffs go into place, which is up to twenty five percent on the remaining three hundred twenty five billion dollars of goods. We import from China, forty percent of those are consumer goods. So you talk about meat on the bones if that next round goes in this will really be Celt and, and even the walmarts of the world which is obviously one of the behemoths of, of retailers that imports goods from China. They have said, we, if the next round goes in, we will pass those higher costs onto onto consumer. So you may start a bit of an inflation cycle, even though probably down the road, it's more deflationary because of how it stunts economic growth, but you could have. A scenario where inflation picks up a bit more than what is expected. Now, if it's purely tariff related, I don't think the feds starts to dramatically raise interest rates because that's not going to be the solution to that problem. So back to your question, are we ever going to get back to an environment, where interest rates from a yield of provides to investors are back in the mid to high single digits, I, it's, it's hard to, to lay out that scenario at least in the near term, meaning sort of at least through the next cycle. You know, love him or hate him. Donald Trump has a pretty robust business background. And so it occurs to me. He's aware of everything. We just talked about in the idea that tariffs have the potential to push the economy or recession. Right. Is he's heading into an election year. Are there steps you think he can take to back away from this or that he will take tobacco from this? It's hard to say a lot of people think that this is a kind of a new tact. He's taken in that he's getting advice from Robert lighthizer Peter Navarro who are, you know, notorious kind of trade hawks. But the reality is, you can listen to interviews with President Trump back to the nineteen eighties and he sounded as much protectionist. And to use his words, tariff, men, thirty or forty years ago, he does now. So he truly believes that having a trade deficit as a negative thing. I don't he believes that tariffs is the most effective tool to enact the concessions from China and get them to change their practices around intellectual property theft. I don't know whether ultimately, it's going to be a successful tactic. I, I don't happen to be a terrorist fan because I understand the near-term economic impact it has what we've been saying to our investors, just in conversations that we have with everyone from someone who thinks this is absolutely the right thing to do is, as a huge Trump supporter. Thank God, he's taking on, you know, big nasty, China all the way to. He doesn't know what he's doing. This is a disaster. What we always say is we're not gonna editorialize on whether ultimately, this will serve the purpose of, of, of getting China to to end those practices. None of us know the answer to that. That's just going to be a function of time. Well, we have to do at Schwab when I have to do in my position is being objective analyst of. Okay. Well, what is the impact right now what I think, is, disingenuous is to not just ingenuous to say, we think this is the right tactic. And here's what we think is ultimately going to happen as a result of us using this tactic. Our job is say okay tactics in, regardless of what happens. What is actually happening right now to the economy? So number one is getting people to understand how tariffs actually work China, doesn't pay the tariffs, US companies pay the tariffs, and then they have a choice after they paid those Terrence. Do they eat those that tariff costs which is a tax in a profit margins? Do they pass it on to their end customer? Or is it some combination of the two so that has? Implications for through the confidence channels through the earnings channels through the cap backs channels at cetera. And that's all we have to do is analyze it. So, you know, maybe down the road we all back and say, well, it was the right tool to use. But in the meantime, it's disingenuous to suggest this doesn't have an impact on the economy. It has had an impact continues to have an impact in and so far for the most part, the impact is negative speaking, about politics. Let's get into the, the presidential campaign. It's just kind of ramping up. I guess as we speak and what, what sort of impact you see that having on the market if any. Well, you know, we still have a year and a half to go before the, the election, you know, we'll have the first debates tonight, clearly there is a shift for the toward the progressive end of the spectrum on the part of the candidates that are doing well right now, with the exception of Biden is still leads in the polls, and he's seen as more moderate. But, you know, with Elizabeth Warren, moving up into the second spot on some polls, there seems to be that shift. But there's a heck of a lot of time between now and November of next year to see how either positions of the various candidates, more for or change, and, or what the polling looks like and what the public is starting to, to look for. I mean, I think that there is just by nature of, of our political system, and gerrymandering, and the way, the electoral college, works, you, sadly, I think, in my opinion seem to be kind of having these pendulum swings from one extreme to another. I think if we were to the Democrats were to nominate a real. Really, really.

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"lizanne saunders" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"lizanne saunders" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Residents are getting a fresh look at a piece of African American history with plays a key role in an Oscar nominated movie w Justin Trudeau has the story the negro motorist. Green book was a guidebook that came out in the nineteen thirties aimed at helping African American travelers. It was an essential travel guide for thousands of people over the course of thirty years Wednesday, the Smithsonian channel screened their film, the green book guide to freedom at the African American museum, Linda Goldman with this missile neon. Channel says there film shows why the green book was necessary and the impact that it had the green box. Ori- encapsulates sort of the best and worst of American history. Many ways it was necessary because it was dangerous to travel while black. There's currently a green book feature films nominated for several kademi awards. Goldman says hopefully, they're documentary can give people more insight into the reach the book head during its run. I think people are just gonna get a much broader perspective. I hope that people who are not African American or don't have direct experience might have better understanding and develop more empathy for people have gone through the green book film air on the Smithsonian channel in partnership with Comcast February twenty fifth Justin Trudeau KYW NewsRadio. A young woman will have to serve over a year in prison for playing a role in these suicidal death of boyfriend five years ago or appeal to the highest court in the state of Massachusetts was not successful. Michelle Carter was convicted of involuntary manslaughter when Conrad ROY expressed suicidal thoughts, she sent him text messages encouraging him to go through with it. The eighteen year old took his own life. In twenty fourteen Carter was sentenced to fifteen months behind bars, but she remained out on bail while her defense fought conviction, Massachusetts highest court ruled that her conduct did cause his suicide. Prosecutors argued that when ROY had second thoughts Carter pushed her boyfriend to go through with it. She was on the phone with ROY is he sat inside his pickup truck in Fairhaven, Massachusetts inhaling carbon monoxide at the time. Carter was seventeen years old and had recently gotten out of a psychiatric institution. I'm Steve Kastenbaum. Now money news on KYW. Here's Bloomberg's Jeff Bellinger, Twitter, yum, brands, Dunkin brands, Kellogg, and Mattel are among the companies that will be posting their quarterly results today. I robot posted strong numbers after the markets closed. The maker of roomba automatic vacuum cleaners reported record revenue for the fourth quarter and full year and said did you seeing strong demand for its machines japodlay Mexican grill also reported after the bell its same store sales. Topped estimates. Lizanne Saunders of Charles Schwab tells Bloomberg some earnings reports have failed to impress this season looking at the fourth quarter, which is of course, the season that we're reporting it is a slightly. Lower beat raid on earnings. That's an even lower beat rate on revenues relative to the translate seen in the past year. Investors have been weighing earnings reports concerns about the possibility for another government shutdown and worries over the trade war with China the weekly snapshot of the job market, the tally of first time claims for unemployment benefits will get attention before the markets opened this morning with money news from Bloomberg on KYW..

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"lizanne saunders" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

07:02 min | 2 years ago

"lizanne saunders" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Com and the market's off the lows right now the Dow still down four forty two s and p down forty three NASDAQ one thirty NASDAQ one hundred one forty two socks only down nine and believe it or not the small and mid caps are actually outperforming today. Transports down another one seventeen new yearly lows a thousand and fifty new yearly highs. Shows twenty two, but I'm not even gonna look. Advanced declines. Seven twenty eight twenty eight on the New York seven twenty two on the NASDAQ. And I'll give you the good news. A lot of those growth names are still holding up. Actually, you know, some of those software names, I said that have been pretty strong. They're actually holding up the good again today, which is amazing. But I told you about surprises happening to the downside now when you have a chance than I go read the news on Johnson and Johnson, they are being accused of something. I believe they sold talcum powder. And they're being accused of knowing for decade or two that it would cause as bestest. As best post. Whatever you call it. The stock is down forty billion dollars of market cap today. On that news. Which brings me to my question. If we're in a bull markets, though with this loose forty billion. I it should go down. But by the way, it's an accusation. It's not a court did not find them guilty. Forty billion. Recently, Federal Express just crashed for lack of a better word. You can call whatever you want. And you know during this time we had to downgrades and two upgrades. At Federal Express said businesses good. It's still crashed. What are we talk about surprises happen to the downside? So we were one of those moments. And the most important thing you can do right now. And again, no disrespect to them. This is respect for you. You can't listen to a frigging thing. Wall Street tells you not what are these strategists not one of these pundits? They have to sell their book. If you're a strategist of a major firm. What are you gonna do? Tell everybody is sell everything you can't. Now, I gotta give kudos to one person Lizanne Saunders of Schwab. This woman has been very cautious on the markets from months. Schwab managers trillions of dollars if I ever met her I would shake her hand and congratulate the living heck out of her. That's hard to do being a major strategist of a company has trillions of dollars under the umbrella. So good on her. If you have an account, which rob you should Email her and tell her. No. Which is a bear market. Continually bearish phase bear market downtrend. I couldn't give a crap what you call it. It's proving itself every day. And now those lows, by the way, which have not been taken out fully yet. By the Dow SNP or the NASDAQ were the NASDAQ one hundred but they're certainly getting close. Just know that underneath the surface of the indices average stock is just much worse. Now. Now constantly asked even though I keep telling you, I don't know. How long it lasts? How far it goes? The only answer is. I just know where it is. And we're just remain in a downtrend adhere to that. I don't think I bought a stock for clients in six months. Maybe five. I don't usually talk about that often. And there really is no reason to. Now, if we break the lows will be heading towards the twenties, and then you'll hear bear market from these dolts. Now, let's move further next week. The fed is going to raise rates because they said they were going to and they can't back away. Now next week. The fed is gonna completely back away from raising rates again, they will by the way, that's a prediction. I don't usually predict on here. But I got this guy. Nailed I have this guy nailed. Two weeks before he changes his stance in the last two weeks. I told you that he was going to change us stance. I got him nailed. Now, I don't know if that helps I don't know if it hurts. All I know is I think the market probably knows it also by now, and it's still ain't happy. Trump is trying to prop up markets with these silly tweets. Oh, China's great. It's better, blah, blah, blah. I really hope and this is a message to trumpsters. I really do hope that President Trump. Stop does not talk about the markets stop targeting companies. Like GM at others. Come back to bite. More on this that the other thing whatever else. I'm Gary, this is only investment. You like business content. I mean, if you did like business content. You wouldn't be listening to this show. Right. What if I can give you even more of what you like we've never met. But I'm willing to bet you are very busy between.

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"lizanne saunders" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

06:16 min | 2 years ago

"lizanne saunders" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"But the Dow still down four forty two s Dow forty-three NASDAQ one thirty NASDAQ one hundred one forty two socks only down nine and believe it or not the small and mid caps are actually outperforming today. Transports down another one seventeen new yearly lows a thousand and fifty new yearly highs. Shows twenty two, but I'm not even gonna look. Advanced the Klein's seven twenty eight twenty eight on the New York seven twenty two on the NASDAQ. And I'll give you the good news. A lot of those growth names are still holding up. Actually, you know, some of those software names, I said that have been pretty strong. They're actually holding up the good again today, which is. Amazing. But I told you about surprises happening to the downside. Now when you have a chance that I go read the news on Johnson and Johnson, they are being accused of something. I believe they sold talcum powder. And they're being accused of knowing for decade or two that it would cause as bestest. As best post. Whatever you call it. The stock is down forty billion dollars of market cap today. On that news. Which brings me to my question. If we're in a bull market still with this loose forty billion. I it should go down. But by the way, it's an accusation. I it's not a court did not find them guilty. Forty billion. Recently, Federal Express just crashed for lack of a better word. You can call whatever you want. And you know, during this time we had to downgrades in upgrades. At Federal Express said businesses good. It's still crashed. What are we talk about surprises happen to the downside? So we're in one of those moments and the most important thing you can do right now. And again, no disrespect to them. This is respect for you. You can't listen to a frigging thing. Wall Street tells you not what are these strategist not one of these pundits. They have to sell their book. If you're a strategist of a major farm. What are you gonna do? Tell everybody sell everything you can't. Now, I gotta give kudos to one person Lizanne Saunders of Schwab. This woman has been very cautious on the markets from. Schwab trillions of dollars. If I ever met her I would shake her hand and congratulate the living heck out of her. That's hard to do being a major strategist of a company has trillions of dollars under the umbrella. So good on her. If you have an account, which swab you should Email her and teller. No. Which is that a bear market. Continually bearish phase bear market downtrend. I couldn't give a crap what you call it. It's proving itself every day. And now those lows, by the way, which have not been taken out fully yet. By the Dow recipe or the NASDAQ or the NASDAQ one hundred but they're certainly getting close. Just know that underneath the surface of the indices average stock is just much worse. Now. Now constantly asked even though I keep telling you, I don't know. How long it lasts? How far it goes? The only answer is. I just know where it is. And we'll just remain in a downtrend adhere to that. I don't think I bought a stock for clients and six months. Maybe five. And I don't usually talk about that often. And there really is no reason to. Now, if we break the lows will be heading towards the twenty s and then you'll hear bear market from these dolts. Now, let's move further next week. The fed is going to raise rates because they said they were going to and they can't back away. Now next week. The fed is gonna completely back away from raising rates again, they will by the way, that's a prediction. I don't usually predict on here. But I got this guy. Nailed I have this guy nailed. Two weeks before he changes his stance in the last two weeks. I told you that he was going to change his stance. I got him nailed. Now, I don't know if that helps I don't know if it hurts. All I know is I think the market probably knows it also by now, and it's still ain't happy. Trump has been trying to prop up markets with these silly tweets. Oh, China's great. It's better, blah, blah, blah. I really hope and this is a message to trumpsters. I really do hope that President Trump. Stop does not talk about the markets stop targeting companies. Like GM.

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"lizanne saunders" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"lizanne saunders" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"For looking at things are shaping up for this risk off Asian trading day is Bloomberg's Bryan Curtis Paul. Thank you very much. Yes. A lot of big red numbers. The Nikkei down about seven hundred points or so twenty one thousand. Five seventy five to three point one percent drop. The Hang Seng index is down for eighty seven one point nine percent. The kospi is down one point seven percent. We had the dollar stronger overnight. It's giving back a little bit. Now, actually seeing the Chinese currency strengthen just a tad against the US dollar. They came out with a fix it. Six point nine six to nine per dollar estimate was six ninety six thirty two. So nothing there, and we're trading a little bit stronger as mentioned in terms of a few other markers. WTI crude down as well down below sixty a barrel. WTI fifty nine twelve the yield on the ten year is at three point one five percent and the dollar yen one thirteen seventy four so today where yes, indeed, Doug. It is a risk off day. People are taking less risk paying lower prices for these securities to you. All right. Lot of weakness in the info tech space. This was precipitated by one of the suppliers at apple or of apple talking about lamenting holdings company cut second. Quarter outlook and the stock was wiped out. Really? I mean, thirty three percent in market value. Cut lament said that one of its largest customers asked for meaningfully or meaningful reduction in shipments for previously placed orders now lamentable makes three d sensing units at didn't name apple specifically, this was one of the factors weighing on US trading. We spoke earlier with Lizanne Saunders. This chief investment strategist senior VP, Charles Schwab. She says watch for more volatility, you do tend to see all or nothing moves in the stock market. I think that's just the nature of the beast in in the short term right now. Also, the fact that we're much more machine driven in terms of minute to minute trading. Algorithms have more power in terms of the short term moves in the markets. You can get these sharp momentum moves that aren't necessarily supported by the fundamentals while she went on to say that we could see another cyclical correction. Even though what she believes is that we are in a secular bull market share. As of the utility PGN tumbling more than seventeen percent today. Bloomberg's David Baker says the situation with the California wildfires still fluid, and that is something invasive as a worried about we.

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"lizanne saunders" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"lizanne saunders" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"All right for a look at how things are shaping up for the Asian trading day. Here's Bloomberg's Doug krizner, Paul. We're seeing a lot of weakness in the tech space during the New York session. The NASDAQ composite tumbled by two point eight percent precipitated by a five percent drop in apple. We're getting indications of week iphone demand. It was the apple supplier, lamenting holdings that cut its second-quarter outlook. Now lament said that one of its largest customers asked to meaningfully reduce shipments for previously placed orders Lamentin, if you don't know makes three d sensing components. It didn't name the customer. However, all you have to do is to consult Bloomberg supply chain data and you'll see that apple is the biggest customer lamented shares get this down thirty three percent. So this is causing a ripple effect for apple suppliers in the Asia Pacific. I to focus too. There are trading right now in the Tokyo session dis- Japan display down more than seven percent and Manet Mitsumi down by seven percent. Is well Nikkei two twenty five near the session. Lows minus three point four percent. Yes. The infotech group believing that decline in Seoul right now, the kospi is down two percents and in Sydney ASX two hundred weaker by nearly one percent. This is interesting too. Because we had the Veterans Day holiday here in the states. It's a banking holiday. Treasuries didn't trade. This is the first opportunity that the ten year will be traded now in the Tokyo session. We're dropping three basis points on the ten year. We're at three fourteen. I'm Doug krizner live from the Bloomberg interactive brokers studio in New York, Brian, Doug. Thank you. Well, you mentioned apple GE also mung the stocks getting hit pretty hard today. Lizanne Saunders is chief investment strategist and senior vice president at Charles Schwab. She says watch out for more volatility. You do tend to see all or nothing moves in the stock market. I think that's just the nature of the beast in in the short term right now. Also, the fact that we're much more machine driven in terms of minute to minute trading. Algorithms have more. Power in terms of the short term moves in the markets. You can get these sharp momentum moves that aren't necessarily supported by the fundamentals. Saunder says we could see another cyclical correction even in the context of what she believes is a secular bull market. Shares of utility you PG and E tumbling more than seventeen percent today. Bloomberg's David Baker says the situation with the California wildfires is still fluid. And that's something investors a worried about we don't know.

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"lizanne saunders" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"lizanne saunders" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Reports of Patrick's violent Facebook rants aimed at senators who voted against the confirmation of supreme court nominee judge Brett Cavanaugh threatened to kill democratic members of the US. Congress and weak Republicans and federal or local law enforcement officers that tried to interfere or come to his house Judd says Patrick denied he intended to carry out his threads. But judge says Patrick's posts had the indicators of a very violent person. Judd also has this message people need a calm down and chill out. The Democrats aren't the enemy the Republicans aren't the enemy. We're americans. Sharon parker. Newsradio nine seventy WFL. A in the wake of an investigation that uncovered hundreds of Catholic church sex abuse cases in Pennsylvania, Florida attorney general Pam Bondi says her office is launching a similar investigation. And they've set up a tip site for Floridians to report past abuse by priests. We don't hear how old your cases come forward report it to us. We want to know to file a tip. Visit my Florida legal dot com slash stop abuse. Bondi says all information will be kept. Confidential. Saint Pete police are searching for a missing woman in her year old son twenty eight year old Sydney. Wyatt borrowed her grandmother's car yesterday afternoon in northeast Saint Pete, and she and her son haven't been seen since anyone with any information is asked to contact Saint Pete police or call crime stoppers six oh three on NewsRadio nine seventy WFL. A investors are shifting away from stocks as treasury bond yields rise the Dow down two hundred one point three quarters percent to twenty six thousand six twenty seven the NASDAQ down one hundred forty five points nearly two percent to seventy eight seventy nine and the s&p down twenty four points. Almost one percent to twenty nine one the higher rates making bonds more attractive compared to stocks and Charles Schwab teeth, investment strategist Lizanne Saunders says after a huge run up on Wall Street sent him and got a bit too complacent and a bit too frothy. Shares of apple an Amazon are each down about two percent apple Amazon insiders tell Bloomberg business week that Chinese intelligence implanted tiny. Chips into servers assembled by super micro there to us by companies and the US government and that the attack affected nearly thirty companies in emailed responses, apple and Amazon disputed summary. So the report the Bloomberg.

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"lizanne saunders" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"lizanne saunders" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Keith Coney of KCBS reports at East Palo Alto is expected to see. It's median home price surged past the one million dollar Mark East Palo Alto residents have seen big changes come to their community as the tech money from around the region has floated in the Bill and do a lot of Bill in a lot of people were there, and they were residents like Larry Jordan who already owns a home. The increasing prices are welcome news, many or even considering cashing in and moving away. Not Jordan though. Now I'm not gonna. Go money, don't mean that much, but does he in the rental market have seen their cost of living surge among them? Is Diane Aguilar who says for her this milestone, not a good news. She says that she's seen the benefits to, but all that has caused rents to go up so high that we can't afford to live Palo Alto mayor Ruben Abrika says, unless more housing is built in the bay area, these challenges will just get worse your world start to the fabric of our community because because of that because the families that have been cheered, their next generation on their own, just not going to be able to buy. Kony KCBS California's legal pot market is getting a sluggish start marijuana cultivation an excise tax collections hit forty eight, million dollars between April and June may sound like, a lot but it's really not the slower-than-expected flow of cash underscores the bumpy rollout of the legal pot market illicit sales continue to flourish taking, sales away from the legal chops, meanwhile many areas have banned commercial product altogether KCBS news time ten twenty the key stock indexes closed lower though off. Their worst levels of the session the Dow Jones industrials. Fell one hundred thirty seven points are half a percent to twenty five thousand one sixty two the NASDAQ closed down ninety six points or one, and a quarter percent the s. and p. five hundred. Lost twenty one point sort three, quarters of a. Percent Lizanne Saunders Charles Schwab says some caution maybe an, order on Wall Street the secular bull market is sort of dead and, buried but, we do think that this is an era where we're likely, to. See more about Sabaot Tilleke and probably greater risk for industrial. Saunder, says, the economy may be at an inflection point with growth just starting to small Cisco systems posted quarterly, results after the markets closed earnings and revenue slightly topped forecasts and the company issued better-than-expected guidance demand, for home loans declined last week mortgage bankers report application volume was. Down, two percent from the prior week.

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"lizanne saunders" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"lizanne saunders" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Eighty the jury gets the Manafort tax evasion. Fraud case they begin deliberating later. Today more on that in five minutes now it's. Time, for money news we get, it from, Bloomberg The key stock indexes closed. Lower though off their worst levels of. The session the Dow Jones industrials. Fell one hundred. Thirty seven points or half a percent to twenty five thousand one sixty two the NASDAQ closed down ninety six points or one unto. Quarter percent the s. and p. five hundred lost. Twenty one point sort three quarters of a percent Lizanne Saunders. Charles Schwab says some caution maybe. An order on Wall Street I don't think, the secular, bull market is sort of dead and buried but we do think that this is an era where we're likely to see. More and greater, risk for investors Saunders, says the economy may be. At an inflection point with growth just starting to slow Cisco systems. Posted quarterly results after the markets closed earnings and revenue slightly topped forecasts and. The company issued, better than expected guidance demand for home loans. Declined last week mortgage bankers report application volume was down two percent from the, prior week with money news at twenty five, and fifty five on WCBS I'm Bloomberg's Jeff Bellinger and right now Asian. Markets are trading lower we've got the Nikkei down two tenths of a percent. Right now Shanghai over in China that's down eight tenths almost nine tenths of a percent the hang sang it's down. Half a percent Finnish summer strong when you mix and match the. Highest quality solutions and supplements in the industry buy one get. One half off at GNC. Nourish.

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"lizanne saunders" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"lizanne saunders" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"A network of news and financial information 24 hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts and more than 120 countries this is bloomberg radio now a global news update the second government shutdown this year was brief after running out of money at twelve a m the senate and house approved funding overnight and correspondent abby philip reports president trump has signed the budget into law he did sign this bill and he said that it was good for the military also said it meant jobs jobs jobs are big snowstorm four chicago and detroit meteorologist chad myers report snow is falling across southern michigan right now a thousand and two flights already cancelled the rate of snow one to two inches for hour almost before you could get the plows to catch up the more snow is coming down well they're snow in pyongyang chang south korea which is a good thing as correspondent steve kastenbaum reports the 2018 winter olympics have begun it was twenty nine degrees nowhere near as coldest some has evenings when it got down to the single digits here vice president mike pence who was at the opening ceremony says there will be new sanctions against north korea after the games can clue i'm evan haning bloomberg markets frank carol massar and i'm cory johnson carol is the bull market over and asked that question of lizanne saunders from schwab can also ask that question to ask showing stein a rate chanted investment management ted to eastern on bloomberg radio global business news 24 hours a day half bloombergcom the radio mobile app and on your radio this is a bloomberg business flash and.

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"lizanne saunders" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"lizanne saunders" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The new year and the stock market rally shows no signs of letting up today the dow jones industrial average finished above twenty five thousand for the first time and bureau's jim's rowley reports that strong global growth and low interest rates are behind the surge a lot of people predicted that donald trump's election would bring an end to the long multigear rally in stock prices they couldn't have been more wrong the dow climbed twenty five percent last year as trump frequently points out spicer market just set another record high so high as ever muted history by far and the market keeps rising but lizanne saunders chief investment strategist at charles schwab says just because the rally has happened under trump's watch doesn't mean he should take much of the credit for it just simply being objective and looking at the numbers there have been plenty of other presidents who have had a better stock market i wouldn't suggest that any of those presidents deserve most of the credit instead saunders says the stock market has been reacting to a lot of broader economic sectors by think that tournant earnings and the the strength strengthen global growth with enough to propel the market and then the longer term story has been just massive with quitted a courtesy of central banks saunders says it's not just the federal reserve that has been keeping interest rates relatively low so have central banks in europe and japan and so there's been a confluence of low interest rates and strong global growth in fact this is the first time since before the great recession that all of the world's me major economies are growing at the same time stocks have been going up everywhere and investors have been the beneficiaries emily roff who teaches at a college in minnesota got her first retirement account five years ago during that time stocks have steadily risen which actually worries her i'm a little bit nervous about what's going to happen in people talking about how that current tax policies might overheat the market soon it's been a 10year seek whatcha recession do in fact the big corporate tax cuts just passed by congress should be good for the bottom line that most companies and surveys of business leaders suggest there feeling pretty optimistic about the future still the.

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"lizanne saunders" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"lizanne saunders" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The new year and the stock market rally shows no signs of letting up today the dow jones industrial average finished above twenty five thousand for the first time and pierre's jim's rowley reports that strong global growth and low interest rates are behind the surge a lot of people predicted that donald trump's election would bring an end to the long multigear rally in stock prices they couldn't have been more wrong the dow climbed twenty five percent last year as trump frequently points out as sat market just hit another record high so highest has ever been in history by far and the market keeps rising but lizanne saunders chief investment strategist at charles schwab says judge just because the rally has happened under trump's watch doesn't mean he should take much of the credit for it just simply being objective and looking at the numbers there have been plenty of other presidents who have had a better stock market i wouldn't suggest that any of those presidents deserve most of the credit instead saunders says the stock market has been reacting to a lot of broader economic factors by think that turned into earnings in the the strengthened global growth was enough to propel the market and then the longer term story has been just massive liquidity uh courtesy of central banks saunders says it's not just the federal reserve that has been keeping interest rates relatively low so have central banks in europe and japan and so there's been a confluence of low interest rates and strong global growth in fact this is the first time since before the great recession that all of the world's major economies are growing at the same time stocks have been going up everywhere and investors have been the beneficiaries emily rough who teaches at a college in minnesota got her first retirement account five years ago during that time stocks have steadily risen which actually worries her i'm a little bit nervous about what's going to happen and people talking about how that current tax policies might overheat the market soon it's been about ten years seek whatcha sessions which do in fact the big corporate tax cuts just passed by congress should be good for the bottom line at most companies and surveys of business leaders suggest there feeling pretty optimistic about the future still.

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"lizanne saunders" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"lizanne saunders" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The new year and the stock market rally shows no signs of letting up today the dow jones industrials ridge finished above twenty five thousand for the first time and bureau's jim's early reports that strong global growth and low interest rates are behind the surge a lot of people predicted that donald trump's election would bring an end to the long multigear rally in stock prices they couldn't have been more wrong the dow climbed twenty five percent last year as trump frequently points out certain market just hit another record high the highest it's ever been in history by far and the market keeps rising but lizanne saunders chief investment strategist at charles schwab says just because the rally has happened under trump's watch doesn't mean he should take much of the credit for it just simply being objective and looking at the numbers there have been plenty of a presidents who have had a better stark market i wouldn't suggest that any of those president does deserved most of the credit instead sanders says the stock market has been reacting to a lot of broader economic factors by think that tournant earnings in it to strengthen global growth with enough pal the market and then the longer term story has been just massive liquidity uh courtesy of central banks saunders says it's not just the federal reserve that has been keeping interest rates relatively low so have central banks in europe and japan and so there's been a confluence of low interest rates and strong global growth in fact this is the first time since before the great recession that all of the world's major economies are growing at the same time stocks have been going up everywhere and investors have been the beneficiaries emily rough who teaches at a college in minnesota got her first retirement account five years ago during that time stocks have steadily risen which actually worries her i'm a little bit nervous about what's going to happen in people talking about how the current tax policies might overheat the markets and it's been about ten years since last recessions were kind of do in fact the big corporate tax cuts just passed by congress should be good for the bottom line that most companies and surveys of business leaders suggest there feeling pretty optimistic about the future still the.

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"lizanne saunders" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"lizanne saunders" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Authorities have confirmed the death of a seventy year a woman who was fleeing a massive southern california wildfire the ventura county medical examiner says she was killed in a car crash along and evacuation routes across the border malevanny president trump was in pensacola florida for a rally comes only days before embattled gop candidate senate candidate roy more squares off against democrat doug jones in alabama special election next week trump kicked off the rally by talking up what he's promised americans for christmas saturday your house hopefully very shortly will have those approvals those hands will go up and you're going to be paying a lot less tax so congratulations part to south mississippi and southeast louisiana have recorded one of their heaviest snowfalls six inches are more recorded the crosouth with mississippi i'm martin and i'm charlie pellett at bloomberg world headquarters a record day for both the dow jones industrial average and the sp 500 index for the week the sp 500 index advance threetenths of one percent the latest jobs report bolstered optimism in the us economy as for where it leaves the federal reserve lizanne saunders is chief investment strategist at charles schwab we do thank actually they are probably raise rates consistent with their doubts plot their forecasts which is probably 3 hake sex share the market is still below that we think one of the chefs relative to the past two years is that the market may be forced to move up its expectations versus the fed having to bring down its expectations lowell euros head of multiasset solutions for t rowe price you know we see a quarterpoint hike next week ends near three hikes in two thousand and eighteen so yeah i don't think it's going to have a meaningful effect particularly on uh what's expected and also to that element we don't really see it at a meeting lee affect on the long into the career and rick readers chief investment officer at black rock financial management and we think are going to be low interest rates for a long time but can ten years move up to fifty to seventy five you i would think they're going to go there the dynamic around in a one.

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"lizanne saunders" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"lizanne saunders" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

"Many weeks still produce big outflows from stocks league good weeks for people like money coal that negative sentiment for certain no sign of the dreaded froth there and then you have the anecdotal i think a round tipple day of the street with among others by old friend lizanne saunders the chief investment strategist for schwab and she hits the road every week around the country speaking to thousands of investors saunders only just down last couple of months just look just now detected new people actually interested in stock market again my you many aren't committing if they're just norman up to it given ourselves selective wrought is must be right i mean go hear her speak about the marketer sectors that still pretty tepid enthusiasm if he asked me and you know what i like that i think the lack of warmth lov or even naughty acceptance of stocks as something that can make you money is downright wonderful for the bulls see if investors all in i would have to be very concerned when everybody already love stocks you've got no tender distort the fire as stock say springsteen teaches us you can't start a fire without a spark and that money on the satellites could be the spark for the next leg higher finally there's the ultra anecdotal meaning me do something something's change kind of strange because i remember different days but the old days when people were all in the market and miss excited joe i was like a lightning rod not a lightning round but a lightning rod for stocks.

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"lizanne saunders" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"lizanne saunders" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"And quiet with a low temperature at seventy one degrees thursday mostly sunny with a spotty late day thunderstorm a high temperature at eighty five friday mostly cloudy and very humid showers and thunderstorms likely if you could be in the stronger side with a high temperature at eighty eight saturday and accept zanik lands hot and humid with a header miss thunderstorm high temperature backup at ninety degrees nice on sunday mostly sunny low humidity a high temperature at eighty five and monday eclipse stay mostly sunny and warm with a high temperature at eighty said and i would to other updating times every hour on kyw newsradio at the jersey shore thursday mostly sunny with a spotty late thunder shower a high eighty two in in the mountains of mix of sun and clouds with scattered showers and thunderstorms the high seventy five and now it's time for the kyw business report it was an update on wall street wednesday now for a preview of thursday's markets from bloomberg business is jeff bellinger the federal reserve's industrial production data will be released before the markets opened this morning economists say the output of factories mines and utilities probably increased again last month the conference board's index of leading economic indicators a reading on manufacturing in the philadelphia region and the weekly updates on new unemployment claims consumer comfort and mortgage interest rates are also on the way chief investment strategist lizanne saunders a charles schwab tells bloomberg she's moving a bit cautiously right now other than the geopolitical uncertain the you've got the debt ceiling fight to calm the potential although not highlighting the head of a government shutdown you've got the feds pairing of its balance sheet you've got the years ending in seven phenomenon which has tended to bring weakness at this part of the year saunders says since nineteen seven the dow saw at least 10 percent correction in every year that ended in seven except for now team twenty seven when there was a nine percent back i'm geoff colvin your bloomberg business for kyw newsradio business report on kyw newsradio at twenty five and fifty.

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"lizanne saunders" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"lizanne saunders" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Burlington bristol mass transit on or close to schedule next update in less than ten minutes i'm jim of master unto the three meteorologist lauren casey overnight mostly clear in quiet with a low temperature at seventy one degrees thursday mostly sunny with us money late day thunderstorm a high temperature at eighty five friday mostly cloudy and very humid showers and thunderstorms likely if you could be in a stronger side with a high temperature at eighty eight saturday at mix of sun and clouds hot and humid with a header miss thunderstorm high temperature back up at ninety degrees nice on sunday mostly sunny low humidity a high temperature at eighty five and monday eclipse stay mostly sunny and warm with a high temperature at eighty said an eyewitness weather updates eighttimes every hour on kyw newsradio at the jersey shore thursday mostly sunny with a spotty late day thunder shower high eighty win in the mountains a mix of sun and clouds with scattered showers and thunderstorms the high seventy five and now it's time for the kyw business report it was an update on wall street wednesday now for a preview of thursday's markets from bloomberg business here's jeff bellinger the federal reserve's industrial production data will be released before the markets opened this morning economists say the output of factories mines and utilities probably increased again last month the conference board's index of leading economic indicators of reading on manufacturing in the philadelphia region and the weekly updates on new unemployment claims consumer comfort and mortgage interest rates are also on the way chief investment strategist lizanne saunders a charles schwab tells bloomberg she's moving a bit cautiously right now other than the jail political uncertainty of got the debt ceiling fight to come the potential although not highlight way head of a government shutdown you've got the feds pairing of its balance sheet you've got the years ending in seven phenomenon which has tended to bring weakness if this part of the year saunders says since nineteen o7 the dow saw at least 10 percent correction in every year that ended in seven except for nineteen twentyseven when there was a nine percent pull back i'm geoff colvin your bloomberg business for kyw newsradio business reports on kyw newsradio at twenty five and fifty five after every hour ahead of monday's solar eclipse the high demand for clips watching glasses coupled with the fact that amazon recalled some forty ones is leaving many shoppers scouring stores serves to try to find some effective shades to.

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