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"nfib" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:50 min | Last month

"nfib" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"On John Tucker The high rate of inflation has taken a toll on local business conditions in the U.S. This is according to a survey from Capital One and the next gen Chamber of Commerce A majority of U.S. small firms 55% so local conditions as fair or poor This is based on a survey of 1200 businesses with annual revenue of less than 20 million The report defines business conditions as including inflation unemployment and regulations The findings confirm recent data showing that decades high inflation has become the biggest challenge for business owners The NFIB small business optimism index dropped in the month of March for the third month in a row And small businesses shed 120,000 jobs in the month of April while larger companies increased their payrolls That's according to ADP research institute figures On the positive side 90 in ten small business owners expressed confidence they will be operating in the next 6 months And that's the Bloomberg small business report Makes innovation happen It also makes entrepreneurs like Anya o'dwyer founder of innovate a tech driven civil engineering and construction management firm Anya says and JIT is defining the future Extremely important as a hub of disciplines all in one space with all of these brilliant minds NGOs roll is huge when it comes to defining the future and how from an interdisciplinary point of view they have it all there whether it's the innovation hub the maker space and JIT is already creating bash collaboration between the disciplines and you have civil engineers speaking to programmers speaking to electrical engineers And together they're creating advancements that we wouldn't have been able to do without those three minds coming together and solving a problem as one rather than.

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"nfib" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:38 min | Last month

"nfib" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Is recovering It's been recovering quite rapidly In fact prime age labor force participation that recovery has been accelerating steadily since January So one tenth two tenths three tenths in March So it looks like with a strong job market rising wages rising inflation and fading fiscal support people are coming back to the job market And we hear that in earnings reports companies are actually reporting that they're having an easier time filling jobs You also see that in the NFIB So it doesn't quite show up in the jolts data but we are hearing a lot of information and seeing it in surveys that there is some balancing that balancing of supply and demand that share Powell talked about And so we'll look at the report today but I expect another gain in labor force participation And I expect a cooling and labor demand We see that in the ISM surveys People are nearing their staffing goals and now they're more nervous about the outlook So we should see numbers three 50 is an extremely strong number We're at three 40 for today but I would fully expect numbers closer to the 200,000 Julia do you think that the fed can be data dependent when fed chair Jay Powell basically locked in the progression of rate hikes at 50 basis points over the next three sessions I mean I think what chair Powell expressed was enough confidence that the job market is strong enough in labor demand is strong enough that we can get two more 50 basis point rate hikes before they need to sort of even consider slowing down or taking a look around And that's just speaks to just how incredibly strong the job market is So to Tom's earlier reference to Dickens it's the best of times and the worst of times in the labor market it's the best of times for workers And so we do see that balancing coming back into view after an extreme imbalance last year I'm stunned by the Charles Dickens comment there You know I was ready for you Tom The difference between for you talent You really know You really nailed it The pain of parting is nothing to the joy of meeting again Okay we can continue now Julia we've got a small issue at the Hoover institution today Our Michael McKee will speak with mister quarrels about the fed and what's got to come up is the fed actions of the last 90 days of last year were maybe they didn't act because they were trying to figure out the nomination policy a process I should say Does this have traction I I'm very disappointed in former vice chair quarrels in sort of suggesting this kind of dynamic I think it doesn't do He's just doing a disservice to the institution So I don't really want to dignify that I think I have a lot of faith at share Powell acts in does his level best to act in the best interest of the medium term stability of the economy So I'm not going to go and do Monday morning quarterbacking of what they did last year I think there were reasons that they were expecting inflation to moderate We've gotten hit by shock after shock and now they're moving quickly You got to give them credit for pivoting as quickly as they have And they can pivot again if the data demand it So I think this is a data dependent fed I think they're trying to look through the noise and there has been extreme noise This has been one of the most incredible shocks the economy has ever experienced We've seen the biggest change in what consumers buy since World War II So I think we've got to give the economy some time to get its legs underneath it and adjust to this composition and meanwhile the fed is trying to look through all of those adjustments and figure out what the medium term looks like So I really don't want to go there actually Well you did go there in a way Julia because you said it didn't matter And I think it does And I'll tell you what I think it does and why we should spend more time on it Essentially a form of fed official is questioning the credibility the timing of this pivot That has implications for whether this is a credible pivot or not or whether this is just driven by chairman Powell who is looking for a second term That's one fed official saying that Why is the voice of the former governor Not a credible one We've seen this a lot before you know when Kevin warsh left the fed he also had some nasty things to say as he was kind of positioning for his post fed career So I mean again I just what good is it going to do us to examine this I think if you look at say the value of the dollar and the yield curve you've got some votes of confidence from the market that yeah it's going to be a volatile time but the fed is going to manage us to price stability in some way shape or form might take more pain or less pain but they're going to get us there And I think that's ultimately what we have to fed there to do is to do the hard work And so far it's not always pretty And you can certainly do this political second guessing but I think the people that are in those seats right now are people that are trying to do the right thing and trying to do their job Jody we appreciate your perspective as always Julia coronado of macro policy perspectives on this payrolls Friday This is Bloomberg.

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"nfib" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:14 min | 5 months ago

"nfib" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Goes to brandy Handbag just doubled right Tim Have you seen the price of avocados No Yeah But they are up 40% since January You can check it out in the blue terminal So that guac it's going to cost you extra What are you going to say It's high end Well first of all they just take the block off the menu Everyone knows chipotle's cycles do this But in all seriousness I mean we talk about the disparity between a company like a Remy or as Taylor just mentioned the price of Chanel bags which have gone through the roof here And you're just dealing with a totally different type of customer that can't eat those costs There are a lot of people who go to a chipotle or someone in these other fast casual restaurants That's a look at some of those prices Right but I'm also just saying in terms of the inflationary numbers like all of this plays into it And also of course we knew that chipotle had been looking at raising wages as well And a lot of that was at some point being passed on to your burrito cost That was suddenly in excess of $5 because they were having to increase the overall price point that they're paying the people to work there And also having to incentivize them by saying look we'll pay for your tuition You can go back to university and the like it's tough out there from a labor perspective And you talk about the small businesses being the majority of the big companies and the big employers in terms of the number of people that they're trying to hire Tim it was interesting the NFIB optimism report this morning So some of these inflationary costs the labor the wages It is actually starting to hit sales that small businesses are saying we could sell more but we can't we're not able to because we can't hire enough And they're bigger questions than when does that slow down start to trickle through the rest of the economy if at all Well Lyft reports earnings after the bell today and one area that we're watching closely is to what extent they actually have to pay drivers to get off the sidelines and get into cars and drive and race prices and how much are they having to pay in order to do that Because that wage discussion of big part of lift earnings Well how much do they raise prices Well that's the question Okay Because we do that through incentives or they do it two different They eat themselves or do they pass it on to people like you and me Well anecdotally speaking I can tell you it's gotten more expensive to go to and from the office And are you going to keep paying that I'm sorry Let me rephrase that Is Mike gonna continue for that It's time I'm bringing the brandy It might soften the edges around here All right that's going to do it for now We will be back in less than an hour for a cross platform coverage beyond the bell on TV radio and YouTube forget you down to the close to her It's a little Are we coming back with you Maybe not Will you have us I just listened to the past Whatever they want How would you make a quandary What Tim will be back by You're listening to Bloomberg businessweek with Carol masser and Bloomberg quick takes Tim stennett on Bloomberg radio All right check check it out Okay it is I will tell you this Right now to regularly so okay We've been coming to work together We've been coming in to work every day Yeah And we choose whether we want to take a car or if we want to take the subway Right I prefer the subway It's much better It's much better for a million reasons But at the height of on the I started taking cars again to decrease my exposure around people And it's now $75 to get from the office home One way Exactly That way or was that a search Because I do it It's consistently that way over the last couple weeks I check it and then I go get on the subway I will say that in terms of Uber and Lyft and having used it a lot I will say that it just depends most of the time Sometimes it's not that expensive And I see the prices go down If it's a core time or if the weather's bad I see it go up This is the luxury that these companies have when it comes to dynamic pricing right It's kind of an economics class right Because when the prices go up the assumption is more drivers come into the space and that will help drive down the price That's the way it's supposed to work Does it work like that though Drivers sitting at home waiting for prices to go up and they're like okay well we'll jump in I was the narrative for years from these companies But have you ever been trying to get a car and you see the price go up and then all of a sudden you come down No then I go get on the subway I will kind of I'm pretty stubborn and I'll wait and sometimes comes down All right you're listening to Bloomberg business week Let's head to Nancy.

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"nfib" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:30 min | 5 months ago

"nfib" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The longer front but really this is the last time Or at maximum Dory founder and CEO of SG MC capital Thanks so much for joining us today on Bloomberg daybreak Asia As we go to the break market around the region in a moment we'll tell you all about TSMC's great quarter With the Bloomberg small business report I'm John Tucker Absent a Supreme Court directive to the contrary the federal occupational safety and health administration could begin citing employers for violating the agency's COVID-19 shot or test rule The Supreme Court heard arguments from attorneys representing numerous states and businesses asking the high court to haul to enforcement while the mandate is contested in a lower court But so far the high court hasn't stopped it Osha says the rule is currently in effect The standard requires most U.S. employers with 100 or more workers still within the definition of a small business to either require all of them to be fully vaccinated or order unvaccinated workers to pass a COVID-19 test at least weekly while the efforts could be halted at a moment's notice by the Supreme Court or not Karen hardy executive director of the NFIB small business legal center in Washington says this kind of limbo isn't good for any business and that's the Bloomberg small business report I was in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean when it happened There was a sudden jolt and our submarine crashed on the sea floor We were in total darkness That's doctor figueroa.

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John Solomon Calls in to Discuss the Job Creators Network

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:59 min | 6 months ago

John Solomon Calls in to Discuss the Job Creators Network

"I'm just talking a little about job creators network and this Kavanaugh deadline today. How do you read the tea leaves on this thing? Where's it going? Well, listen, first off, I better understand 30 years. And when I came to this town, there was only one small business lobby. It's called NFIB, the national federation of independent businesses and they have gone silent in the last 5 ten years. You don't see them here. And job creators network has become one of the most forceful voices in all of corporate America, but particularly for Main Street America in small business. So over the course of this year, they've done a lot of big things. They sued Major League Baseball to call attention to the economic losses from moving the All-Star Game to from Atlanta to Denver. They got involved in some of these mandates. And now with this particular mandate, the private businessman that they've gotten to the Supreme Court was one of the I think big challenges. And I think it's going to sound, is there in federal law, the capability for government on its own executive branch to impose upon business and requirements, they get their employees vaccinated. A lot of people that I've talked to legal experts both on the left and right think this is a dubious power that Biden has assumed. And so I think this court is going to look, it's a 6 three conservative court, particularly when you look at economic and economic freedom issues. Robert says to be more consistent with the other 5 conservative justices, a 6 three pro anti regulatory coalition. I think probably the court is going to come down and say that this is unconstitutional and it can't be done. But we'll have to wait and see this is going to be one of the first big tests of big government's power under the Biden administration. But a lot of the experts I'm talking to expect the court to either be 6 three 5 four saying that this doesn't exist in law the power to do this doesn't exist a mob and only Congress can bestow that power to the executive branch. You always pucker when you're talking about John Roberts because he

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"nfib" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:57 min | 9 months ago

"nfib" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Have an incentive to buy today rather than wait for the law We have seen a substantial repricing of both growth and inflation That whole reflation recovery trade is still ahead of us inflation eventually will come off It's caper is much more on an autopilot This is Bloomberg surveillance with Tom Keene Jonathan farrow and Lisa Abramovich Good morning everyone Jonathan Farrell Lisa ramas and Tom Keane It's a Tuesday before a Wednesday We welcome all of you and radio and television to earnings season It's upon us and it will adjust our economics our finance our investment and indeed the political landscape John farrow JPMorgan we forget how big these things are 260,000 employees they coined 336 million in revenue per day And a massive capital return program in the mix as well top factor in higher rates What does that mean Banks have really big time going into these earnings The KBW banks index up by more than 10% And away from the earnings we need to talk about the data too CPI tomorrow retail sales on Friday and there's a big thing that's gripped investors coming into this earnings season It's growth risk to the downside inflation risk for the upside Will the data capture that The core here with Alicia Levine here in moments folks is by the rumors sell the news or is it by the new sell the room I can't remember She'll straighten it out for us John you're right about the economics and it's the dovetail of price change with what the consumer's doing And how the policy maker responds to it The Federal Reserve decision November 3rd before we get there the end of this month October 28th which incidentally is when we get Apple numbers too The ECB meets the ECB the bank of France governor out just a moment ago Tom saying that some of the flexibility from the emergency bond buying program may need to stay They may have to keep it It might have to spill over into subsequent years That's important for the European bond market the periphery and perhaps risk assets beyond Is the distinction hydrocarbons I mean is the distinction there natural gas and oil moment is so much worse They could have price pressure problem in Europe Tom I think in a bigger way of the United States does at the moment from energy The likes of bob Michael of JPMorgan asset management of the fixed income side Tom really pushing that point together with his colleague Lisa Coleman on revealed over the last couple of weeks then maybe European march into the once most vulnerable to this building energy story In crude in energy in that gas And Lisa here is a headline which you and I have seen before with John a bank when things get going goes wait we're not in that business Let's invent it Deutsche Bank malls resuming base metals trading in growth push This timeless Lisa isn't it We'll wait for more details in this specific story while you are seeing though is a sense of where is the growth going to come from There's a lot of these big banks Is it going to go for come from consumer loan demand Is it going to come from corporate loan demand Is it going to come from the trading activity which still is going absolutely bananas That's the CFA term for it This is a question that I have looking at taking work in earnings especially with respect to the fact that small business optimism has been fading on some of these supply chain disruptions I was once at the dirt Chester hotel for the lme conference and they were arguing over banana futures I was with you I know you were there John This is not hilarious but it's timeless We're leaving Asia Asia picks up We're going back to Asia And here we have a major German bank saying we got to get on board based metals They left this what 8 years ago Whatever was 8 years ago when this particular business and that we're talking about going back into a great reporting just looking at some of the reportings now from three natarajan and Steve Aaron's on Deutsche Bank Tom To your point I guess the good news for Deutsche Bank investors is we're no longer talking about trying to cut our way to growth They're looking for sources of that growth in our Tom Maybe that's the upside to this story I do a quote on alien but I can't find it for LMA John save me on aluminum and give me the opportunity to go to metals go to aluminum which is at the top We're positive 3% just north of 3000 That's what we do You're saying aluminum I say tomato he says tomato We just like to mix things up Lisa It's just you know In the mix to that The vix comes in 19.74 Nobody cares about yields this morning They're not well I stand Lisa yes Let's move on John The real yield a negative .92% I think that's important I David Ronny from blu pay on the program an hour ago Tom said It's more space for this one to correct higher Does that mean for this market Yeah we'll have to see I know you minium and aluminum On the equity markets Alicia Levine BNY Mellon joins us right now Alicia to the point out there right now and this is really in the zeitgeist this morning Do you buy on the rumor of banks doing better or do you sell on the news of their earnings tomorrow What do you do with an overweight in banks So I think that the market is set up for this particular quarter to be tilted more towards the reopening and cyclicals So I think here you buy the banks but I think you have to be careful because we've already had a huge move both in energy and banks coming into the quarter and the key issue as you've been talking about is the loan book And we have seen anemic loan growth across the banks for the last few weeks I actually for the last few quarters And when you think about it households are still flushed with cash and businesses are flushed with cash So where is that demand for loan loans coming from That's really the next leg of growth here So I would say belong be strong but beat faded a little bit only because we've had such a strong move here I do think the quarter is going to be a higher yield and a cyclical pipe For the quarter I think we're set up for that Alicia set me up for next year then You and I have been talking recently and that's valuable to me because you're constructive next year There's a distinction between the chop you expect into year end and what you're looking for through next year through its entirety through 2022 What's the difference here So I think we have an issue here where we have to get through something of an air pocket And the supply chains turned out to be stickier than expected inflation higher than expected and growth came down faster than expected But if you look at the estimates the estimates are actually rising for 2022 because the demands is still there So this is still a supply shock To the extent that this is still a supply shock and not a buyer's strike on the demand side growth can be higher in 2022 and earnings also What do we have to do to get there We're sitting on the hundred day moving average We're probably going lower from here You can see how the market's closed for the last.

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"nfib" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

04:55 min | 2 years ago

"nfib" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"It right on the ground like frogs, bugs. Hey, the family bought the lettuce and pick and save realized there was a frog. When I got home, the mom, the story gets worse. By the way, The mom immediately took out her cell phone took a video of the frog They had planned on returning the lettuce and the frog the next day, But the NFIB Ian escaped in their home and they don't know where it is. But it was alive. A live frog. Surprised it lived in that basket. That's er the bag without suffocating. Mom still brought. I love how the referring to this woman is the mom. The mom still brought to sell it back to the grocery store and showed the clerk to the video or show the video to the clerk. Rather, the store refund of the money and apologize. Can wants to do the stop. And I'm I'm leery. But 8555911035 What did you find in your food We are on. Maybe Let's be vague about where no brands do brand name restaurants that do that. I was at a restaurant with my girlfriend a couple years ago, and she was eating a burger. And I heard a huge crime and I's got really big and she spit out. No lie like a one inch screw. There was a screw up like they were doing construction in the restaurant or something, and a screw was inside her burger owned property. No, she miraculously did not cracker to the manager comes by and she shows it to him, and he's like Oh, that's weird. I'll get you another one. That's it. I was like what she said. I'm like she doesn't. I don't think she's gonna want another one. That's he's a hero. Do you want your money back? And like, Well, yeah. One time I went to it. This is not in Chicago went to seafood restaurant like a very, very nice one. It was a date actually. And I ordered a special It was like some sort of river fish ocean are some fish have been caught that day flown in and the waitresses like you gotta have this. Okay, so I get in the filet comes and there's some sauce in the bottom of the plate and vegetables or whatever. And I kid you not the sauce was moving. Ah sauces, movies, very small movement in the sauce, and I've taken a bite already the fish so I I Call the waitress over and I'm like the sauce is moving us. He's looked at me. She screamed. What do you see the sun So the chef comes over and he goes. This fish was so fresh. That it could have had living organisms still, you know, in and around, and I'm like, I don't know. You know, It's funny, is they? They just took it off. They took that dish off the bill and then gave me the bill and I'm thinking There's something living. There's not supposed to be living on my fish. Okay? They act like it's no big deal. I shouldn't have to pay for this. I paid for you to serve me things that are no longer living. 10 things I want Sunday. Like the top of my head. What it was like, like a piece of a can in a soup. I think maybe they had, like poured. You know, I don't know some element of the crushed tomatoes or I don't know what some sort of pre prepared vegetable and maybe part of the can somehow got in it. But if I swallowed that I would have been bad a serious problem. I don't know if I want to do this, Jackie, I I already regret that I decided that this was a good idea. What did you find in your food? You might. It was my husband. He was eating a salad from a restaurant and said it had a A bone in it, and I thought he was exaggerating. To me, and it was like a two Well, you leave us hanging your phone's breaking up a two inch What? It looks like a bone. But what was it really? Well, we took it back to the restaurant. You just took it back and so kind of bone in the salad. Yeah, Yeah, it was alright. Thankyou. Jackie. I Rainier. I regret this, Jonathan. Yes. Hey, What'd you find, man? Uh, my grandma used to make these awesome awesome, like at four cobblers, and she got older and her mind started losing a little bit and What Thanksgiving. We found like a huge band that band aid. They just slipped right off. But it was so gross. She made the pies banning brand or something. And then God, Yeah. You heard stories like that. That is that's like the doctor is like where my keys are somewhere. Where my keys, please. Somebody call my phone. Thank you, Jonathan. Have a good day, Steve. Yes. This can't be a real story. What'd you find? I found I am put dumb. In what And my drink. But what 1/2 of a thumb he says Drink could that they know me. They told me not to mention a drink. No. Oh, yeah, Nobody can it can. It was a battle. Oh, did I opened it up and I took a drink and they hit my lip. But how does somebody not know They have their thumb.

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Small businesses more optimistic in June, says NFIB

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:07 sec | 2 years ago

Small businesses more optimistic in June, says NFIB

"Have a new small business optimism report that shows small business leaders think the current recession is going to be short and is good time to expand.

"nfib" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"nfib" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"US small business optimism index from the national federation of independent business rose last month after hitting a seven year low in April the NFIB says owners expect the recession to be short lives they are optimistic about future business conditions and sales and also what job creation plans are starting to increase right and at the same time news is the retail outlook has dimmed yacht has report out this morning from CoreSite research says lockdowns devastated and industry that was already struggling of course light says as many as twenty five thousand stores could close in the U. S. this year most of them in shopping malls department stores and clothing stores will likely be among the hardest hit now well probably the hardest it is whoever's filing a bankruptcy is next in line well the owner of men's Wearhouse and Jos a bank we've been talking about them in recent days the yet to call the the owner of the two clothing chains could be the next big a retailer to file a sources say a chapter eleven filing is among the options being considered by tailor brands it that would allow the company to keep some stores opened and closed weaker locations the coronavirus lockdown sieve really been devastating to the company men just don't need suits when they're working from home that's a fact right there yes what you wearing right now Jim James Anna and the Henley shirt thankfully I don't really need suits when I'm at work with some around here you know do I actually all rights are futures looking like what they're still lower they've improved just slightly S. and P. futures are down twenty eight nasdaq futures are down forty five dollar futures are down two hundred seventy four from Bloomberg I'm Jeff Ballenger on news radio seven hundred WLW right back to traffic and that pinch hitting today Jason they're hard to get it from the UCL traffic center your actions can help save lives please helps prevent that prevent the spread of covert nineteen where massed practice social distancing and they'll wash your hands debris on the roadway reported southbound seventy five at Mitchell be careful there sell seventy five in Kentucky slows you down as you go through the barrels near the two seventy five west ramps up yet at the airport give yourself a few extra minutes and one other accident westbound to.

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"nfib" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

11:14 min | 2 years ago

"nfib" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Yes sorry I didn't give this to your first thing I just found out about the NFIB small business optimism continues to move downward as as we expected but I'm surprised it's only it's in ninety point nine that's still higher than it was most of the Obama administration think about that I mean really the it's kind of a phenomenal number when you think about where it was for the eight years of the Obama administration I think they might have had a two or three months in eight years where it was in the nineties but you know so it's not so bad five point five that makes it a thirteen point six point drop in the last two months one of the main components that they track one of whom did improve but none the less it's still a a you know not not so bad not such a bad drop so we'll see it is our you know we're not usually now it isn't I was gonna say is and usually it's a low number no doubt about it but we certainly have seen are worse than under the conditions that we're in today it's not so bad all right so I wanted to throw that out there I forgot to give that out earlier R. six ten three six three eleven ten I also had an awful lot of questions about company bye bye backs what that means and you know just thinking maybe that's something I'll mention since I've had so many questions or emails about it comments about it and I give you some insights about that I have done that several times over the years but maybe want to do that again let me go to Ron Ron's calling us from Virginia Hey Ron hi Dan good morning good morning I just wanted to get your opinion on a concern that I have and it relates to I I twenty two might my concern is there I understand they're fairly strong dependence on business in China up for their profitability and you know I I guess my concern is sort of a return to the level that I'm strongly considering selling this what do you think I I mean I would I would you know obviously trust whatever whatever you feel I mean I would not I would not be a seller here if I owned it here I would not be selling it I would have to get doubt way worse this is a company that more than fifty two percent of their profit off from two years ago and beyond came from China or I should say China it came out of their production plant in China that doesn't mean there are there are profits came from there that but it doesn't mean it did come from the Pacific Rim because that was a manufacturing that was a plant that was shipping to Asia primarily so that equipment was in there a building equipment just for China who is building it was are covered all of Asia and fifty two percent of their profits were coming out of there and but that but that's a big thing that I think this is been a good thing for the company because it is forced the company to regroup a little bit right now we've got levels on this stock that are still twenty dollars a share higher then it's average you've got a company even after all of this is up twenty two percent for the last five years is off for the last three years and it has didn't take a downturn until recently for the last twelve months bye is has being done gosh slowly to come back up you know in the month of at the end of last I'm a two weeks ago I don't know three weeks ago somewhere in that neighborhood it took a huge spike up board it is got incredible valuation right now very good valuation its financials are weak I wouldn't say there were strong I would say they are now they're above average I you know I would say I'm I'm trying to get I can't find it but I'm getting confused because I'm looking at that I'm looking at another symbol that you gave me are there their financials are strong they're still good they they I'm hoping that that they cut their dividend temporarily I don't know that they're going to do that but I would suspect that they might but I don't know if they want to hi this is a stock that traditionally split thirst this is a company that for the last fifty years whenever their shares got over a hundred dollars a share they would they would split their stock they stopped doing that about three about five years ago they didn't do it as often we're sitting at a hundred and nine but if if you're not a long term investor definitely sell it but I just I just leave it at that if you're not a long term investor which is not that right now I sort of yes good urn was concern over you know it it it then trump gets in an economics bat with China I think it could be unintended consequence no because you can't get any worse for them right now construct still I don't think it's going to matter much in this sense that the trade the trade war hurt them dramatically hurt hurt this company dramatically and now you've got what you know all that the shut down of their plants R. I mean this I don't know I'm not saying it can't get worse of course it could here's the here's the beauty of this company this is a company that has turned what they do into a very high tech piece of equipment very high tech piece of equipment because of demand for the technology in Europe and in America they don't produce any of that in China China was a very low Jack production and the reason why they made so much money it was such a big piece of the profit was because your margins the profit margins on the equipment were very high compared to what they are here because they were building equipment the way they build it nineteen sixty I mean really it was it was that low tech because that's all that was needed R. so maybe not nineteen sixty but I'll say nineteen eighty you know I mean it was a low tech a wasn't like it is now so it is foreseen this company R. that changed to be have very good management extends to be fairly nimble for very for a very big company and it is forced them to our diversify out of China and I think they really really needed that and I think in the long run and I'm talking about you know the long run probably not as long as I think probably the next you know two or three years this is going to end up being a very good move for the company and the other company that you asked me about I N. fifty two I would say the exact same thing for now I I. N. fifty two has another set of issues and that they've got problems here in America with the ag ag sector bye are they weren't their profitability what what they were not as highly dependent upon Asia as the other company and I think they're they're going to be fine when the ag sector yeah that's fine and I'm a little bit fearful about how long that could be before they they really start coming around so I don't know these these are good solid companies with good solid management and with as of the end of the first quarter of this year with all the problems that they have had with without trade issues and basically no sales issues you gotta remember R. I. and twenty two we will get assuming we get president trump which I believe we will we will get a very big very large infrastructure bill that is going to be a windfall for this company sell side of that either so I I don't know I would hang on to it I would not be a seller I know some very reputable respectful in my eyes that I respect analyst that are calling to sell the stock I just can't get in that camp because too many analysts are looking at the short term I am not I'm looking at the long term and I think the company even if they get down another twenty dollars a share in the long run is.

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"nfib" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

11:25 min | 2 years ago

"nfib" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Opinions or recommendations expressed are his own and do not necessarily represent the opinions of the station shows yes sorry I didn't give this to your first thing I just found it but the NFIB small business optimism continues to move downward as as we expected but I'm surprised it's only it's in ninety point nine that's still higher than it was most of the Obama administration think about that I mean really the it's kind of a phenomenal number when you think about where it was for the eight years of the Obama administration I think they might have had a two or three months in eight years where it was in the nineties but you know so it's not so bad five point five that makes it a thirteen point six point drop in the last two months one of the main components that they track are one of them did improve but none the less it's still a a you know not not so bad not such a bad drop so we'll see it is there are you know we're not usually now it isn't I was gonna say something usually it's a low number no doubt about it but we certainly have seen are worse than under the conditions that we're in today it's not so bad all right so I wanted to throw that out there I forgot to give that out earlier R. six ten three six three eleven ten I also had an awful lot of questions about company bye bye backs what that means and you know just take it maybe that's something I'll mention since I've had so many questions or emails about it comments about it now I give you some insight about that I have done that several times over the years but maybe want to do that again let me go to Ron Ron's calling us from Virginia Hey Ron hi Dan good morning good morning I just wanted to get your opinion on a concern that I have and it relates to I think it I twenty two Mike my concern is there I understand they're fairly strong dependence on business in China up for their profitability and you know I I guess my concern that sort of return to the level that I'm strongly considering selling this what do you think I I mean I would I would you know obviously trust whatever whatever you feel I mean I would not I would not be a seller here if I owned it here I would not be selling it I would have to get doubt way worse this is a company that more than fifty two percent of their profit from two years ago and beyond came from China or I should say China it came out of their production plant in China that doesn't mean there are there are profits came from there that but it doesn't mean it did come from the Pacific Rim because that was a manufacturing that was a plant that was shipping to Asia primarily so that equipment was in there a building equipment just for China who is building it was are covered all of Asia and fifty two percent of their profits were coming out of there and the but they but the big thing that I think this is been a good thing for the company because it is forced the company to regroup a little bit right now we've got levels on this stock that are still twenty dollars a share higher then it's average you've got a company even after all of this is up twenty two percent for the last five years is off for the last three years and it has didn't take a downturn until recently for the last twelve months bye is has to be done god slowly to come back up you know in the month of at the end of last I'm a two weeks ago I don't know three weeks ago somewhere in that neighborhood it took a huge spike upward it is got incredible valuation right now very good valuation its financials are weak I wouldn't say there were strong I would say they are now they're above average I you know I would say I'm I'm trying to get I can't find it but I'm getting confused because I'm looking at that I'm looking at another symbol that you gave me are there their financials are strong they're still good they they I'm hoping that that they cut their dividend temporarily I don't know that they're going to do that but I would suspect that they might but I don't know if they want to I this is a stock that traditionally split thirst this is a company that for the last fifty years whenever their shares got over a hundred dollars a share they would they would split their stock they stopped doing that about three about five years ago they didn't do it as often we're sitting at a hundred and nine but if if you're not a long term investor definitely sell it but I just I just leave it at that if you're not a long term investor I am which is not that right now I according to the yeah good urn was concern over you know it it it then trump gets in an economics bat with China I think it could be unintended consequence no because you can't get any worse for them right now construct so I don't think it's going to matter much in this sense that the trade the trade war hurt them dramatically hurt hurt this company dramatically and now you've got what you know all that the shut down of their plants are I mean this I don't know I'm not saying it can't get worse of course it could here's the here's the beauty of this company this is a company that has turned what they do into a very high tech piece of equipment very high tech piece of equipment because of demand for the technology in Europe and in America they don't produce any of that in China China was a very low Jack production and the reason why they made so much money it was such a big piece of our profit was because your margins the profit margins on the equipment were very high compared to what they are here because they were building equipment the way they build in nineteen sixty I mean really it was it was that low tech because that's all that was needed so maybe not nineteen sixty but I'll say nineteen eighty you know I mean it was a low tech a wasn't like it is now so it is foreseen this company R. that tends to be have very good management extends to be fairly nimble for very for a very big company and it is forced them to our diversify out of China and I think they really really needed that and I think in the long run and I'm talking about you know the long run probably not as long as I think probably the next you know two or three years this is going to end up being a very good move for the company and the other company that you asked me about I N. fifty two I would say the exact same thing for now I I. N. fifty two has another set of issues and that they've got problems here in America with the ag ag sector bye are they weren't their profitability what what they were not as highly dependent upon Asia as the other company and I think they're they're going to be fine when the ag sector gets fine and I'm a little bit fearful about how long that could be before they they really start coming around so I don't know these these are good solid companies with good solid management and with as of the end of the first quarter of this year with all the problems that they have had with without trade issues and basically no sales issues you got to remember I and twenty two we will get assuming we get president trump which I believe we will we will get a very big very large infrastructure bill that is going to be a windfall for this company sell side of that either so I don't know I would hang on to it I would not be a seller I know some very reputable respectful in my eyes that I respect analyst that are calling to sell the stock I just can't get in that camp because too many analysts are looking at the short term I am not I'm looking at the long term and I think the company even if they get down another twenty dollars a share in the long run is going to.

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"nfib" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"nfib" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"With perjury just get off Scot free you begin the our basic understanding of rule of law is is a risk A. B. C.'s enter timbered investigation continues into the shooting death of an unarmed black a jogger in Georgia allegedly by a white father and son and closer look at the events leading up to the moment twenty five year old amat R. berry was shot and killed in the middle of a south Georgia St Gregory in Travis make Michael a former cop and his son have now been charged with felony murder but that afternoon wasn't the first time Travis pick Michael when after an unknown black men in their mostly white neighborhood according to police reports on February eleventh about two weeks before the shooting Travis called police to report a black man in a house nearby under construction the I heart radio station news ninety three point one KFBK the national federation of independent businesses working help small business owners who have been devastated by pandemic related closures and cutbacks John Capitec California state director for the NFIB says the organization is leading an effort on Capitol Hill to make sure small businesses are not forgotten are discriminated against the NFIB is also working with state lawmakers to get small business owners necessary financial support the current fires death toll in Orange County is up to seventy one with yesterday's confirmation of five new fatalities the OC health care agency also reported one hundred fifty three new cases yesterday controversy has erupted over done authorized the opening of nomads canteen restaurant in San Clemente the California department of public health says as of may eighth there are sixty four thousand five hundred sixty one coronavirus cases for more on the corona virus go to I heart radio app and tap the podcast tab for the latest news and information I'm reliable on for taking care of BK traffic.

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"nfib" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"nfib" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"It's very exciting to see I think it's very all inspiring were coming out of it and we're coming out of it well one governor not on the receiving end of the president's complements its Georgia Republican Brian camp president trump calling out camp for opening so many Georgia businesses today saying he does not like the movie there at this early stage talks is taught by reporting the latest survey of Texas mall business owners shows they're facing a whole new set of hurdles as the state prepares to reopen the economy seventy six percent of small business owners in Texas survey by the national federation of independent business say they not only fear getting their customers back but also the customer's health and their employees health plan members number one priority is protecting our customers and their employees preventing the spread that being said they're ready to reopen any Spillman is the Texas director of the NFIB she says business owners fear of Kobe nineteen goes beyond health as well seventy one percent said that they were very or moderately concerned about the increased liability on them Chris fox news radio que L. B. J. Austin public health says there now one thousand three hundred and twelve confirmed cases of coronavirus in Austin and Travis county three more people have died bringing that total up to thirty one as of this morning artists and musicians are having financial struggles because of covert nineteen have some new money available to them within Austin city council approved a one point five million dollars to be added to the music disaster relief fund and councilmember Kathy Toba wants this process to move quite swiftly I want to ask our staff to work really expeditiously in getting this money to the people to the individual musicians Austin's creative space assistance fund which has one million dollars and it is being converted into the artist disaster relief fund to offer direct aid to struggling artists Hays county's number of active to active cove in nineteen cases dropped a bit now down to seventy five out of the one hundred forty seven reported cases fourteen are still hospitalized in one has died what is the county not two hundred eighty two hundred fifteen of which ever covered five died there in Bastrop county eleven of the fifty two cases are now recoveries and to have died and we can mail service in the Austin school district is back in effect A. I. is TI has more than seventy locations where meals can be picked up on Friday's each weekend bundle contains six pre prepared meals that can be reheated at the house the meals are available to any family with the student under the age of nineteen and it is five thirty look at Austin's on time traffic.

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"nfib" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"nfib" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"We are trying to we will use assistance to unpaved sick leave people very important point also small and medium businesses and other important points and also possibly to some distressed industries or sectors in the economy may be tax deferral might be a useful tool and other means so this is strong across the board package we are consulting with leaders in the house and the Senate with respect to this package and particularly the payroll tax holiday let me just say coming into this difficult period the economy isn't fundamentally good shape we saw a blockbuster jobs report last Friday today for example the small business confidence index the NFIB business confidence index registered a very strong number keeping it said near record high the unemployment remains low at three and a half percent other indicators look pretty good we had a lot of momentum in the first quarter good thing I recognize the challenges and that is why we are proposing these fiscal measures and to combine with monetary measures that have already taken and again our feet the president's words it just struck me as his determination he intends to bring the full power of the federal government to deal with these health and economic challenges thank you hello Sir in a word from Surgeon General Jerome Adams Jennifer good evening everyone as Surgeon General whether it's opioids or cigarettes or of the corona virus my job is to help the American people understand how to live a healthy life and I'm asking all of you I'm imploring all of you to help share of my prescriptions for America let's overcome this coronavirus situation that we're in there are three parts to it number one know.

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"nfib" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"nfib" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"W. all right Jeff builder we have the latest numbers on small business optimism and I would say that depends on when they pose the question you are exactly right the the small business owners were more up beat last month according to the survey the optimism index from the national federation of independent business ticked higher in February though the NFIB notes most operators were surveyed before the coronavirus ramped up let's wait till next month number of ads right all right delta has another fee waiver what are they offering okay it's the broadest via waivers so far among the U. S. carriers delta will allow passengers with tickets to any destination to change or cancel their flight without paying a hefty change fee this policy is in effect through next month a United Airlines will waive change fees for the next twelve months for flights that are booked during this month right and what to do with our friends at Qantas and air France what are they doing a couple yeah couple of international carriers weighing in Australia's Qantas Airways and Air France KLM the latest to announce massive cutbacks in their flight schedules because of the shutdown or slowdown in travel related to the corona virus all right and then target is kind of following Kroger and limiting how much of various things people can afford right these limits apply to hand sanitizers and disinfecting wipes shelves have been cleaned out by people stockpiling the items because of the corona virus signs in target stores say customers can by no more than six items at a time the Kroger limit is five items and be where the iPhone shortage in China shipments of apple iPhones I were down more than sixty percent last month the corona virus outbreak clothes stores in China and also hampered apple's key manufacturing partners there holy moly all right if you just stand they're all good S. and P. futures up but one hundred twenty points this hour nasdaq futures are up three hundred fifty seven dollar futures are up one thousand twelve points from the Bloomberg news room I'm Jeff Bollinger on news radio seven hundred WLW.

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"nfib" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"nfib" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Gauge of earnings and several measures related to the labor market led the decline the NFIB says the index still ended the year higher than it was at the beginning of twenty nineteen and small firms are generally upbeat about the economy's prospects just in time for the Super Bowl a company called rabbit is setting up kiosks in Miami where people can rent portable Chargers for their smartphones founder Nathan rough tells the Herald there are thirty five kiosks in various might spots now two or three more are being added each day and why Amir wanted its pilots to have simulator training before they were assigned to the seven thirty seven MAX jet but Boeing convince the Indonesian carrier that it was not necessary that is according to internal company communications and people familiar with the matter lion air flew one of two seven thirty seven MAX jets that crashed resulting in the worldwide grounding of the jetliners Jimmy back to you all right thanks for much life fifty Turing program nine fifty two but have you with us as of orders versions of the store was taken to well let's see the most trusted brands in America include the United States postal service love my my letter carrier Rosie she's wonderful should be would be with us for I mean you know run the same routes nice that your name yeah roses correct Amazon a Google Google sucks you know here's the vase with people think when you Google something that what you find is absolutely true what is the time Google it's what you do now you don't get a dictionary encyclopedia you Google it I do like Amazon though because you know I say I want this and then two days later shows up is fantastic well let's see what else to have a new survey out this week from morning counseled also fund companies like chick fillet Cheerios in Hershey err on the list chick fillet I thought those liberals Haiti chick fillet no chick fillet is great I'd love check the way I'm just saying like the politics but their smiles on their service just because they're the most trusted doesn't mean they're trusted overall the top ten brands proven just thirty four to forty two percent of Americans trust anybody and we shouldn't know Jen's he seems to be the most distrustful of all things corporate compared with baby boomers who trust companies by default at a rate of nearly two thirds what does that mean by the fall they die and therefore they trust and who will set me it's from a different time you know you could trust people and things back then I trust our big company figure that they're doing work in the house your house my house the everyone in the house and they find a Budweiser from nineteen thirty seven a can of Budweiser from nineteen thirty center was opened and the yeah but it was up there you have you need a a a a can opener back then the open there was no one of those pointy ones yeah yeah in here put to you better put a second law on the other side to give it a little yeah about nineteen thirty seven you got to take a picture of that for they are dying to see what that looks like I should take it dirty because it's obvious it's pretty fill that I'll just wash it all in and over the top is rusted but the camera itself looks like it's in pretty good shape I wouldn't even clean it off I would just put it in like a baggie or something that might be worsened I wonder what it's made of ivory touch that sitting is a ten I don't know I don't know what it was made of I didn't I didn't touch the damn thing was all dirty and it's in a bad I know Jimmy Savile doesn't get his hands there now hell no more put in a bag so I that might be worth something you should look that Google it all on Google it's got to be John to be true Democrats.

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"nfib" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"nfib" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Tiny because it's awfully late in the year to get the case before the Supreme Court this term they also be taking a chance on what the court would do because last time it was up there was Chief Justice Roberts that stood between obamacare and oblivion well that's true but Chief Justice Roberts is still there and justice Kennedy and justice Lee we're both on the other side so if the Chief Justice sticks with his decision in the NFIB case then I think that the statute is likely to be held but the question would really be different this time I mean whether the individual mandate as unconstitutional or not is neither here there were nuclear the taxes been zeroed out so what Roberts held in the NFIB case was what the statute essentially does is gives you the the option of either buying health insurance are paying a tax and therefore you until that is the tax will now the choice is still between buying health insurance are paying the taxes the taxes zero and so essentially means and this is what the defense argued the fifth circuit is that centrally it means down there's no consequence of the individual mandate so then holds that the entire rest of the statute goes out the door because the individual mandate is no longer in forcible for him the decision of the court and constitutional.

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"nfib" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"nfib" Discussed on WTVN

"You know what so the only thing they can do is try to convince as many people that a fair and just election was anything box and then tell them that the next elections already read the and the guy who's going to win it legitimately can't be allowed to run the next election because it's already rigged and only because they know they can't win it and they don't give a rat's rear end of other damages are doing to the country of the constitution that's I know what many of you were thinking I agree with you about it ticks me off but at the same time we're going to revel in the fact that their employer Rush Limbaugh the lady on the network W. this is Steve investor insights with Stiefel chief investment officer Michael okay Michael looks like we got a little ray of sunshine today from small businesses what's the update well the national federation of independent business or NFIB conducts monthly surveys of its membership small businesses to gauge related economic trends and today we learned that small business optimism posted the largest month over month gain since may of last year rising up to one oh four point seven in November this is a strong number seven of the ten index components advance led by a big improvement in earnings owners also said this is a good time to expand and expect business conditions to improve and to the NFIB uncertainty index fell in November no lower uncertainty is also good it's been almost two years now since passage of the tax cuts and jobs act is this related to the tax cuts are part of what's called fiscal stimulus in most market participants would agree that the tax cuts and jobs act really help to small businesses they've been able to reinvest those tax savings in their businesses and they've been optimistic.

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Small-business optimism at its lowest level since March, NFIB says

Morning Show with Sean and Frank

00:19 sec | 3 years ago

Small-business optimism at its lowest level since March, NFIB says

"Small business owners were feeling a little less optimistic about the economy last month the national federation of independent business small business optimism index declined in August to the weakest level since March fewer business owners were predicting the economy will improve the level of optimism remains high but it's below levels of a couple of

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"nfib" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"nfib" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Other cases to come forward with this he said hopefully he's gonna be a ticket booth with this thing and this train only I agree that the cynical level I probably insane with new I practice a lot of ministry for living would be more work for me if this was the beginning of a change in administrative law where you start scrutinizing which protects show I suspect that this is one time only I suspect I agree with Neil the the the the rhetoric of the chief justice's opinion was also find the application was wanting I think in some ways it's like NFIB it's and it's a one one right only pony but again it it doesn't excite me nearly as much frankly as as as their operations involved here but yes I I I think what's interesting is that talking but lack of deference I talked about the fact that five justices do believe it asking incision question even in the car and environment that is impacted by the political trends with face society is constitutionally and statutorily legitimate I don't think anybody was read the opinion can disagree with that but we do have four justices because if you look carefully parse Jess's briars opinion he's basically saying that it can never be done there isn't going to be done is because all of the suppression over response rates in the fact that in his opinion god considers them a technocratic view of US census bureau it's never necessary so we have four justices who think it can never be it is never permissible under his senses act they obviously not grapple with this section two of the Fourteenth Amendment argument so it's interesting if if our justice Roberts I would've at least try to trade a better trade is.

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