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"ryan kyle" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"ryan kyle" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Officially hit it we officially made history today, apple did apple just hit a, trillion dollars in market value for the first time in history a company is worth one trillion dollars so big deal super meaningful right kind of unimportant, Kim forest portfolio manager at fort. Pitt capital and she says. The numbers largely symbolic apple. Doesn't unlock any new, catalysts. Superpowers. Now that it's crossed the threshold it just sounds cool if anything it means the company can borrow more money if it wants forced, likens it to well being rich the bigger your house the more you can borrow against it because the lender thinks at your house. Is going to be worth more tomorrow. Than it is today some investors think this is actually a Bad thing assigned that apple. Stock is overvalued, for says, maybe? But she adds, apples got revenue on the books to back. Up its high valuation unlike some of. Its fancy tech sector peers some of those peers are likely to join. Apple in the four comic club, Amazon's close but in the history books you rarely learn who came in second for NPR news I'm, Ryan Kyle off Brazil, will elect a new president in October and a far-right candidate has emerged as a front runner in that race among his biggest supporters are. Young resilience as NPR's Philip Reeve's reports This crowd has come to meet the man they want to. Be president Cheyenne Is about to land Seven thousand people waiting in the. Airport to. Welcome,.

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Apple, NPR and Pitt discussed on Dale & Keefe

Dale & Keefe

01:31 min | 2 years ago

Apple, NPR and Pitt discussed on Dale & Keefe

"Officially hit it we officially made history today, apple did apple just hit a, trillion dollars in market value for the first time in history a company is worth one trillion dollars so big deal super meaningful right kind of unimportant, Kim forest portfolio manager at fort. Pitt capital and she says. The numbers largely symbolic apple. Doesn't unlock any new, catalysts. Superpowers. Now that it's crossed the threshold it just sounds cool if anything it means the company can borrow more money if it wants forced, likens it to well being rich the bigger your house the more you can borrow against it because the lender thinks at your house. Is going to be worth more tomorrow. Than it is today some investors think this is actually a Bad thing assigned that apple. Stock is overvalued, for says, maybe? But she adds, apples got revenue on the books to back. Up its high valuation unlike some of. Its fancy tech sector peers some of those peers are likely to join. Apple in the four comic club, Amazon's close but in the history books you rarely learn who came in second for NPR news I'm, Ryan Kyle off Brazil, will elect a new president in October and a far-right candidate has emerged as a front runner in that race among his biggest supporters are. Young resilience as NPR's Philip Reeve's reports This crowd has come to meet the man they want to. Be president Cheyenne Is about to land Seven thousand people waiting in the. Airport to. Welcome,.

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"ryan kyle" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"ryan kyle" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Share price jumped yesterday after the company reported. Record earnings for the, quarter. On an investor call CEO Tim cook gave credit to strong sales he also took questions about the. Chilly relationship between the US and China apple is heavily invested in. China and China is responsible for about a fifth of. Apples revenue, reporter Ryan Kyle has the story to get a sense of just how entrenched apple is in China I talked to, Scotty Allen he, lives in Shenzhen the country's electronics capital and host to. Popular YouTube show called, strange part Allen I went viral when he assembled his. Own iphone out of parts he bought off the street and the, streets in Shenzhen he says are littered with iphone parts literally outside the apartment building that I live. In, there are women sitting on small stools shocking cell phones like you would shuck. Odors cracking them. Open to recycle like the silicon keypad The plastic case. The Shenzhen market stretch on for blocks one whole area is devoted to cell phones of all kinds but, mostly iphone stuff there are entire buildings. That sell nothing but like iphone cases headphones and charters and keep in. Mind this is the informal apple economy Apple's official footprint in China is enormous every iphone is assembled, there. Most of the gigantic Foxconn plant that's the world's largest contract maker like there's an exit. On the freeway called, Foxconn. And they're essentially like a walled city that plan which was heavily subsidized by the government has over. Three hundred fifty thousand employees Chinese labor allows apple to keep costs. And prices low and this is where the trade war. Comes in, if the trade war really get serious the stakes are very big David dollar is a senior fellow at the Brookings, institution's China center, these companies like apple have invested a huge amount in. Developing this production net At work and if you start coming in with, major taxes you disrupting the whole supply. Chain all of which is going to be expensive and then, add cost to get. Passed onto the consumer research group IHS, market estimates tariffs on consumer electronics would add about thirty seven. Bucks to iphone import costs now. Those don't exist yet but the White. House has signaled it wants. To tax every single thing we import from China half a trillion dollars worth of imports Tim cook took a question on this yesterday are terrorists is that they show up as a tax on the consumer and wind up resulting. In lower economic. Growth dividends says China doesn't import enough from the US, to match our tariffs tit for tat instead they. Might try more sideways tactics and a, trade war probably China's best. Move is to encourage a consumer boycott of American products Chinese state. Media have actually been criticizing apple heavily this past week over the way prohibited Content is shared on its message app it's a potentially dangerous signal. For, the company tariffs are easy enough to change along with political winds but if Chinese propaganda turns apple into an enemy of the. State that damage may.

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Apple CEO 'Optimistic' China Trade Dispute Will Be Resolved

Morning Edition

07:09 min | 2 years ago

Apple CEO 'Optimistic' China Trade Dispute Will Be Resolved

"For the arts It's morning edition from NPR news I'm Noel. King and. I'm Rachel Martin a federal judge yesterday blocked the online release, of blueprints for making a gun on a three d. printer this came after attorneys general from eight states and the district of. Columbia filed, suit against the Trump administration which had opened the door to the release of these blueprints by. Recently, settling a related case. Washington state's. Attorney general Bob Ferguson was pleased, with, the judge's ruling makes no damn sense damn sense at all to. Make those available President, Trump tweeted yesterday quote I am looking into three d. plastic guns being sold to the public already spoke to NRA doesn't seem to make much sense exclamation point Matt largely is with member station k. u. t.. And has covered this, issue for a while. Matt thanks for being here you're welcome so we've got, President Trump saying hey it doesn't make sense to have. Blueprints online for for these weapons at the same time it's. His State Department that settled a Case just. Weeks ago. That essentially opened the door to. Their release so can you, explain what's going on here yeah that's right so previously the Obama administration had taken the stance that that these files should not. Be released, and that continued for a while under the Trump administration but yeah then in April there was. Kind, of this surprise settlement. Between the. State Department and defense distributed the, company, that's that's distributing these these online plans and the State Department agreed. To to kind of, carve out an exception for the company But as you note I mean it was the Obama administration that that stopped this company. From from, releasing all these, plans but before two thousand thirteen they had already done so as we all know things that are on the. Internet never actually disappear so if they are essentially already available online does this ruling by this judge yesterday Really. Mean anything well it's hard to. Tell because yeah in. Two thousand thirteen Cody Wilson the guy who founded defense distributed he posted the plans for this. Single shot three d. printed pistol on the internet and it's been online kind of ever since like he hasn't. Been distributing it but those files have, been available on file, sharing sites, they've been passed around by people they that files existed what's new here is that he. Released a whole bunch of other other plans for. Different guns and those have, also been downloaded thousands of times 'cause they were. Online from Friday night until just last night, what are you know about Cody Wilson Well he characterizes. Himself as kind of an anarchist libertarian he's very much into gun rights he he told me that this all. Started for him after the cable gate Thing with Julian Assange. And releasing all those? Diplomatic cables, and he kinda thought about what might, what might WikiLeaks for guns look like and so that kind of. Started him on this journey so? What, happens now I mean legally speaking with the judge. Now saying we need to time. Out, in order to decide where to go how does the case move forward Well I would imagine that defense distributed will probably. Appeal this ruling from the judge But The merits of the case haven't actually been heard. Yet so the actual questions at issue here haven't been decided in, effect they've never been decided the this has been winding its way through the courts for a few years, now but a judge has never actually ruled on whether or not this is. Legal katie's met. Largely thanks so much about you're quite, welcome Apple's share price jumped yesterday after the company reported. Record earnings for the. Quarter on an investor call CEO Tim cook gave credit to strong. Sales he also took questions about. The chilly relationship between the US and China apple is heavily invested. In China and China is responsible for about a fifth. Of apples, revenue reporter Ryan Kyle has the story to get a sense of just how entrenched apple is in China I talked, Scotty Allen he lives in Shenzhen the country's, our traffic's capital and hosted popular YouTube show, called strange parts Allen I went viral when he assembled his. Own iphone out of parts he bought off the street and the, streets in Shenzhen he says are littered with iphone parts literally outside the apartment building that I live in, there are women sitting on small stools shocking cell phones like you would shuck. Oysters cracking them. Open to recycle the silicone keypad the A plastic case. The Shenzhen market stretch on for blocks one whole areas devoted to cell phones of all kinds but mostly, iphone stuff there are entire buildings that. Sell nothing but like iphone cases headphones and charters and keep in mind. This is the informal apple economy Apple's official footprint in China is enormous every iphone is assembled there, most. Of the gigantic Foxconn plant that's the world's largest contract maker like there's an exit on. The freeway called, Foxconn. And they're essentially like a walled city that plan which was heavily. Subsidized by the government has over. Three hundred fifty thousand employees Chinese labor allows apple to keep costs. And prices low and this is where the trade war. Comes in, if the trade war really get serious the stakes are very big David dollar is a senior fellow at the Brookings, institution's China center these companies like apple have, invested a huge amount in developing this production, network And if you start coming in with, major taxes you're disrupting the whole supply, chain all of which is going to be expensive and. Then add cost to. Get passed onto the consumer research group, IHS market estimates tariffs on consumer electronics would add about thirty. Seven bucks to I phone import. Costs now those don't exist yet but. The White House has signaled. It wants to tax every single thing we import from China half a trillion dollars worth of imports Tim cook took a question on this yesterday RBM terrorists is the they show up as a tax on the consumer and wind. Up resulting in. Lower economic growth dividend says China doesn't import enough from, the US to match our tariffs tit for tat. Instead they might try more sideways tactics, in a trade war probably. China's best move is to encourage consumer boycott of American products Chinese. State media actually been criticizing apple heavily this past week over the way prohibited Content, is shared on its I message up it's a potentially dangerous signal for the. Company tariffs serve easy enough to change along with political winds. But if Chinese propaganda turns apple into an enemy of the state. That damage may not be.

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"ryan kyle" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"ryan kyle" Discussed on KQED Radio

"To date seems to be more buybacks in the first quarter about one hundred and seventy billion dollars of new repurchases were announced by s and p five hundred companies that's more than a third of last year's total in just one quarter so this will most likely be easily a record year for buybacks the thing that would change that he says would be sustained economic growth over three and a half percent for several years which would lead companies to invest more of their cash to keep up with demand in new york i'm ryan kyle off for marketplace this is europe week in the white house german chancellor angela merkel shows up friday french president emmanuel macron is there now trade is right at the top of the agenda steel and aluminum tariffs and how the european union wants permit exemptions from those import duties china as you might have heard didn't get any exemptions and it took its case to the world trade organization and this week the eu in contrast to the negotiating the mccraw and merckel are doing at the white house the eu decided to join that complete as russia india and others marketplace's tracey samuelson tells us what all that means considerate plan b the eu would really like the trump administration to give it a once and for all final exemption from these steel aluminum tariffs one that doesn't require that you to offer up other concessions gregory shaffer is a professor at the university of california irvine the eu is using this as leverage to try to get a permanent exemption from the united states for its tariffs on aluminum but there are other reasons to go through the wto litigating it this way we'll give the eu legal cover to impose tariffs of its own on us products it also wants to discourage other countries from trying something similar using a national security argument to protect domestic industry says rob lawrence at the harvard kennedy school they've unwritten tradition in the wto that countries should show restraint and that they shouldn't use this invasion because it has the ability of undermining the wrist of.

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"ryan kyle" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"ryan kyle" Discussed on KQED Radio

"For sale in for a whole host reason new construction just hasn't kept up mickey levy is chief economist with berenberg capital markets he says well consumer prices are creeping up at a pace of just above two percent a year the markets do not anticipate any dramatic increase in inflation is still low even if higher prices reflect a stronger economy there's a big problem if workers can't afford to pay more and economist you wanna marinescu at the university of pennsylvania says wage growth has been sluggish a lot of the strength of the economy benefits employers and shareholders and it does not necessarily benefit much you know the average worker average wages are finally rising faster than inflation but most of those gains are going to hire skilled workers i'm amy scott for marketplace art amy ended right there on wages for skilled workers finally going up the companies were a lot of those people work are doing better than fine sitting on literally in the figurative sense mountains of cash google parent company alphabet one hundred and two billion dollars in the bank we learned that yesterday apple way more than double than it sounds like a good problem to have right kind of is but the big picture economic question is what companies tech and otherwise are doing with all that money marketplace's ryan kyle loft takes a look stop me if this sounds familiar companies are sitting on big cash stockpiles and they're showering it on their shareholders who would have ever guessed that leaping quits teaches finance at georgetown if we believe that it is the shareholders money than it should be returned to them if corporations don't have any better use for it of course some people believe there are better uses for extra corporate cash like investing it back in the company expanding their plans they could be hiring more workers paying them more and that money could filter through to the economy that's ed clissold ned davis research speaking on this program three years ago i called him back today to see if anything's different the answers haven't changed much i don't that makes you feel better or worse tax cuts and cash coming back from overseas are filling up corporate coffers he says and the most popular use of it today seems.

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"ryan kyle" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"ryan kyle" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"In los angeles i'm carl rozelle thursday april twelfth good as always to have you here everybody that was president trump in his fourth day in office pulling the united states out of the transpacific partnership the then twelve now eleven member asia pacific trade deal negotiated by the obama administration this which about the here is american hog farmer brian duncan talking to us last week on the four hundred and thirty ninth day of the trump administration and when we see this attitude towards china and also top talk on nafta we saw withdrawal from tpp which was going to be very beneficial agreement proposed producers i think that's all combined to a negative psychology that that there's already casualties in this trade escalating trade fight much like healthcare it seems global trade is proving to be a bit harder of a nut to crack than president trump had thought it might be in a meeting with farm state legislators and governors today mr trump said he has told his top economic and trade advice that he wanted them to see about getting the united states back into the transpacific partnership it's not really a surprise the president hinted at it in his speech at the world economic forum in davos in january treasury secretary steven mnuchin flat out said it in an interview on this program a month or two ago negotiations on this start tvd i guess trade aside the fundamentals of this economy are strong right now and we are going to get some corporate fundamentals over the next couple of weeks earnings to be specific big wall street banks j p morgan chase insig rupe among them are expected to report strong prophets tomorrow which could give a hint about the rest of things marketplaces ryan kyle has that one my fellow new yorker hope bowman says her 401k has been making her a little nervous lately yeah i called the investment specialists at charles schwab yesterday because i was just i got myself into a panic about my allocations she's been nervous for the same reasons a lot of investors are nervous these days geopolitical worries are probably the number one thing right now you have problems with north korea trump talking about a trade war with china things going on with syria jim senegal of morning start says that stuff's not helping stocks enter.

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Trump says U.S. will only rejoin Pacific trade pact if terms are improved

All Things Considered

02:11 min | 2 years ago

Trump says U.S. will only rejoin Pacific trade pact if terms are improved

"In los angeles i'm carl rozelle thursday april twelfth good as always to have you here everybody that was president trump in his fourth day in office pulling the united states out of the transpacific partnership the then twelve now eleven member asia pacific trade deal negotiated by the obama administration this which about the here is american hog farmer brian duncan talking to us last week on the four hundred and thirty ninth day of the trump administration and when we see this attitude towards china and also top talk on nafta we saw withdrawal from tpp which was going to be very beneficial agreement proposed producers i think that's all combined to a negative psychology that that there's already casualties in this trade escalating trade fight much like healthcare it seems global trade is proving to be a bit harder of a nut to crack than president trump had thought it might be in a meeting with farm state legislators and governors today mr trump said he has told his top economic and trade advice that he wanted them to see about getting the united states back into the transpacific partnership it's not really a surprise the president hinted at it in his speech at the world economic forum in davos in january treasury secretary steven mnuchin flat out said it in an interview on this program a month or two ago negotiations on this start tvd i guess trade aside the fundamentals of this economy are strong right now and we are going to get some corporate fundamentals over the next couple of weeks earnings to be specific big wall street banks j p morgan chase insig rupe among them are expected to report strong prophets tomorrow which could give a hint about the rest of things marketplaces ryan kyle has that one my fellow new yorker hope bowman says her 401k has been making her a little nervous lately yeah i called the investment specialists at charles schwab yesterday because i was just i got myself into a panic about my allocations she's been nervous for the same reasons a lot of investors are nervous these days geopolitical worries are probably the number one thing right now you have problems with north korea trump talking about a trade war with china things going on with syria jim senegal of morning start says that stuff's not helping stocks enter.

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"ryan kyle" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

Marketplace All-in-One

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"ryan kyle" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

"See about getting the united states back into the transpacific partnership it's not really a surprise the president hinted at it in a speech at the world economic forum in davos in january treasury secretary steven mnuchin flat out said in an interview on this program a month or two ago negotiations on this start tvd i guess trade aside the fundamentals of this economy are strong right now and we are going to get some corporate fundamentals over the next couple of weeks earnings to be specific big wall street banks j p morgan chase insignia among them are expected to report strong prophets tomorrow which could give a hint about the rest of things marketplace ryan kyle has that one my fellow new yorker hope bowman says her 401k has been making her nervous lately yeah i called the investment specialists at charles schwab yesterday because i was just i got myself into a panic about my allocations she's been nervous for the same reasons a lot of investors are nervous these days geopolitical worries are probably the number one thing right now you have problems with north korea trump talking about a trade war with china things going on with syria jim senegal of morning starts says that stuff's not helping stocks enter the cavalry she grew chase you more hin wells fargo will all be reporting on how they've done in the first quarter that susan schmidt of westwood holdings group she says all this volatility is kinda great for banks which thrive on lots of action and trading activity at in the boost from last year's tax cuts and bank profits should be pretty strong and so we expect this to be a good pivot point where the market can go back ignore the noise and refocus on what's important namely the underlying fundamentals of low unemployment strong economic growth which are broadly good for other corporate earnings to so miss bowman but might this do your 401k i think that probably if they're earning reports are high than the stock market will probably do well tomorrow white.

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Payday loan reform bill gets second hearing in House

Marketplace

01:03 min | 2 years ago

Payday loan reform bill gets second hearing in House

"Dot org the uncertain our first season was entitlement reform second season was was regulations actually which i knew i just forgotten all right anyway aside from the soon to be former speaker facebook ceo mark zuckerberg got most of the attention on capitol hill today but there was another hearing going on as happens in congress more sparsely attended to be sure mick mulvaney was the featured attraction in his capacity as acting director of the consumer financial protection bureau of particular interest today was payday lending as marketplace's ryan kyle off explains i a quick refresh on how these loan companies operate from admiral wenski of the us public interest research group you need money by payday so you write them a check for a hundred twenty dollars that's the collateral and they give you one hundred dollars the loan so it costs you twenty dollars to borrow one hundred dollars for a week or two if that sounds exorbitant here's wenski says you just haven't been desperate enough keep rolling that loan over every week for a year.

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"ryan kyle" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

Marketplace All-in-One

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"ryan kyle" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

"The forecast suggest fewer jobs added in march something around one hundred and seventy eight thousand jobs also will the unemployment rate dropped further that would be the tightest labor market we've seen in many years marketplace's ryan kyle off is here so ryan if it hits four percent unemployment later today we saw this last it's been a while two thousand the year two thousand yeah two thousand and to be clear the jobless rate is currently for point one percent so dropping the four is more about the milestone than any kind of huge swing the thing a lot of people are watching been watching for months of these reports now is wage growth yeah i know right because even as the labor pool been shrinking with stories of employers unable to find enough workers to hire and we haven't really seen big jumps in pay yeah and boosting wages that's been one of the main goals of our economic policy makers for decade now and pay has been increasing lately but very slowly so this month analysts are expecting three tenths of a percent increase the prevailing theory is all this job growth right now is just folks who had stopped looking for work who can now find it so these workers were basically already accounted for they've just been waiting in the wings which is one reason there isn't more pressured raise wages faster in say the forecasters got this wrong today in the number we get in a bit is a lot higher or lower i mean if we underperformed expectations of easily that's a problem but ironically overperforming might spook a few people here as well you know if there's a ton of new jobs added huge wage growth that could signal the economy is finally running too hot and that would prompt the fed the federal reserve to raise interest rates which if you remember the stock market panic a few months ago you know the markets don't always love rate hike all right and also we have the crummy weather we saw in march that could affect this report today marketplace's ryan carlo thank you.

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"ryan kyle" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"ryan kyle" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The major story this morning china has slapped tariffs on one hundred twenty eight american products which means it may be cheaper for the chinese to buy that stuff elsewhere for now instead of buying it from americans marketplace's ryan kyle off has the list in hand yeah david i actually love tariff schedules there these long lists of every thing in the world so this is only one hundred twenty eight of those things from number one dried coconuts to number one twenty eight waist aluminum scrap plus various fruits and berries and wine the most fun when to say is probably number one thirteen cold rolled stainless steel seamless circular section tubes meaning steel pipe welldone long list there though fresh papaya tariffs hazelnuts yes hazelnut shelter unsheltered both shelled and unshoveled period but the ideas they'd hit sixty billion worth of chinese imports in response to that the chinese could bring out their heavy artillery hitting us soybeans and other products we sell tons of this stuff to china so that could really impact are are broader connie ryan thank you numbers the dow is down two hundred eight points nine tenths percent the s and p five hundred down one point three percent nasdaq composite down one point nine percent analysts attributed this in part to worries over the future of trade spotify you sign up and click on the songs you wanna hear it stock trades publicly for the first time tomorrow about half of spotify one hundred sixty million users are paid subscribers the company's looking forward to all this stockholder money instead of borrowing marketplace's renata sago explains over the past decade spotify's mate millions of songs easily accessible and thousands of playlists customizable the company's ahead in the race to monetize digital music consumption but there's a catch music industry analyst bob left sets the more money they make more money they have to pay out spotify raked in four point nine billion dollars last year but nearly eighty percent of that went to record labels and publishers for royalties last year spotify worked out licensing deals to pay sony warner and universal music group slightly lower percentages and it'll be years before spotify can renegotiate reese carpet he's after survive and they have to say yes to to succeed spotify kick count on content getting cheaper serono elton heads.

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"ryan kyle" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"ryan kyle" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Money for so long it's easy to forget that wasn't always the plan the original plan right from the very beginning was would watch each generation of cars and use the money they make from those vehicles to fund the next generation which would be higher volume more forcible says sam abul semede analyst at navigate research the roadster would pay for the model s which would pay for the model three prophets on profits on prophets all the way to mars unfortunately along the way they ran into a little glitch in none of those generations of vehicles up until now have actually been profitable so the plan changed tesla went to the stock markets with the new pitch go big or go home we're inventing the future over here but it's not gonna be cheap hassle is in an industry they consume so much capital that's john thompson of violence capital for them to come out of semi truck need a new factory model need another new factory solar roofs need another factory after a certain point tesla couldn't issue more stock without diluting its shareholder base so it turned issuing bonds but bond traders need more than just a good story as hit an almond of credit site says very politely if you apply traditional credit analysis teamwork not many people would be excited about these bonds the moody's credit downgrade will make it harder for tesla to raise more money now which means the story that it tells investors may have to change again in new york i'm ryan kyle off for marketplace don't look now but facebook says it's going to make it easier for users to see and maybe change some of the data that's being collected on them it is a project company says there was in the works before all of the real isn't unpleasant as marketplace's reema craze look at what the changes might mean for facebook and for you like lots of facebook users i thought might be a good time to check my privacy settings.

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"ryan kyle" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

Marketplace All-in-One

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"ryan kyle" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

"At georgetown's mcdonough school of business says remember bond buyers are lenders to and with the lenders are going to do they're going to try to get the biggest return on their money they've got up shins and if they can get higher interest rates elsewhere they're going to demand them promotional sam to this is what's supposed to happen but lately it's not one reason the stock market it's been down thanks to news about tariffs and fears of a possible trade war kathy jones at charles schwab says that's making bonds look pretty good on the stock market tumbles like that people say oh just i gotta get my money out and put it someplace safe and treasury bonds of safe that means demand for bonds is going up so the us government doesn't have to pay those higher interest rates because it's got a lot of potential buyers and that's why even though the fed is hiking interest rates the bond market is moving in the opposite direction a merial sagarra for marketplace corporate bonds story today comes to us from tesla would be electric car maker to the world is credit rating was downgraded this week because it continues to underperform on a couple of business fundamentals things like making money or even making enough of its product moody's now describes the company's recently issued bonds as quote very high credit risk marketplace ryan kyle has that one tesla's been losing money for so long it's easy to forget that wasn't always the plan the original plan right from the very beginning was they would watch each generation of cars and use the money they make from those vehicles to fund the next generation which would be higher volume more able says sam abell semede analyst at navigate research the roadster would pay for the model s which would pay for the model three profits on profits on profits all the way to mars unfortunately along the way they ran into a little glitch in none of those generations of vehicles up until now have actually been profitable so the plan changed tesla went to the stock markets with the new pitch go big or go home we're inventing the.

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"ryan kyle" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

Marketplace All-in-One

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"ryan kyle" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

"What do democrats and republicans have set for economic policy is were about to enter year two of the trump presidency i'm david brancaccio in new york the senate could be well on its way to changing parts of the postcrisis financial reform law known as dodd frank republicans have been calling for repeal since the law was signed in 2010 but a new reform bill in the senate right now also enjoys support from democrats marketplace's ryan kyle off his here live to discuss high ryan a david yet so the script for the last ten years if you're a democrat has basically been you know these doddfrank safeguards are essential to preventing another crisis and if you're republican no what's good for banks is good for america but this current senate reform bill actually has eleven democrat cosponsors right now and the biggest piece of getting that is that this bill mostly focuses on small banks community banks it exempts them from a lot of the stress tests in place since 2010 and it would also change mortgage rules for a lotta small banks so if you want a mortgage right now you have to meet strict requirements about your level of debt and what not dispel keeps those rules in place for the big megabanks that tend to take your mortgage payments and gamble on on wall street but it eases the rules for the little community banker credit union around the corner that's generally making small loans around town all right marketplace's ryan karloff thank you as we approach the trump administration's one year anniversary were looking more broadly at the economic agenda ahead tomorrow a prominent conservative voice will help us with what's next today what do the democrats f felicia wong is the presidency yoged the progressive leaning non partisan think tank the roosevelt institute thanks for coming in thanks for having me the republicans think they nailed it they got their tax overhauls not very popular and we have been parsing its pluses and minuses for weeks here but you talked to a lot of prominent democrats what are they got for the new year king the democrats are really in.

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"ryan kyle" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"ryan kyle" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"The nba quarter come back at staples center get it who is it up no good rebound on they had deploraball walpole mobile pope hopefully corner from the right way man decent due to poor peter budaj same kcp fraud his lawyer john ireland the call on lakers radio the lakers beat the bulls wto three ninety four la trailed by dates here in the third quarter closed the game on a 20 to five ryan kyle coups raw haste the lakers with twenty two points that college basketball number three kansas over texas southern won fourteen 71 number six wichita state over marquette eighty 66 number fruit see notre dame beat lsu ninety two fifty three and number 22 be creighton sixty five fifty nine also winds for alabata minnesota ucla texas anm louisville and cincinnati the college football playoff rankings alabama remains number one miami move ductless spots and number two clemson draw cbs down to number three oklahoma remains number four wisconsin on the outside looking in at number five according to the houston chronicle sector saying that will fire head coach kevin sutherland after saturday's regular season finale against lsu the pro football hall of fame announced twenty seven semifinalist for the class of two thousand eighteen including first you're eligible candidates ray lewis brian urlocker and randy moss cowboys owner in gm jerry jones told usa today he will not sue the league over commissioner roger goodell 's pending contract extension but still wants owners and not just the compensation committee have input in the negotiations the seahawks wave defensive into white for any of the raiders fire defensive coroner ken norton jr ira placed in with assistant head coach defense john pegado the broncos will reportedly start paxton lynch at quarterback sunday against the raiders in the nhl the oilers got drilled him st louis translucent supply cut short so little line to tarasenko cuts it it suits it sara zingo it suited i six go on st louis seven thirty nine ablaze near the thirdperiod chris kerber blues radio blues over the oilers a three also stars three canadians wanted talks over the flyers five two he's alfitr every georgia underwent arthroscopic surgery on his left shorter in la on monday but is expected to recover before spring training oputa schwartz i this is rich ackerman we've got great nfl coverage.

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"ryan kyle" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"ryan kyle" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And buy hi american funds others hope for a good year american funds from capital group prefers good decades security is offered through american funds distributors inc from marketplace in new york i'm david brancaccio exxon mobil has been slapped with a two milliondollar fine by the us treasury for violating business sanctions against russia is your sanction nso after russia and next chromium marketplace's ryan kyle office here to explain so three years ago president obama's treasury department essentially made a naughty list it said you know these russians have been bad their putin allies or whatever their bad and nobody is allowed to do business with them exxon mobil which does huge business in russia proceeded to keep on doing the eight separate deals to be precise and treasury said okay we told you not to do that you're on notice fast forward to now and the ceo of exxon mobil during all of that has become the secretary of state rex tillerson so yesterday president trump's treasury department moving the ball forward hits eggs on with this two million dollar fine across the table there's rex tillerson his hands are tied he said he'll recused himself from eggs on related anything so ads on this challenging the fine beg treasuries not backing down all right ryan thank you jackie numbers footsie in london little change now s p and nasdaq futures down down twotenths percent for the nasdaq futures general electric is about to report would it earned in its most recent quarter its longtime ceo jeffrey immelt last chance to seal his legacy at the company before stepping down at the end of this month g stock was the worst performer in the dow during immelt tenure marketplace's amy scott reports on the channel hingis for incoming chief john flannery the g e of today makes wind turbines jet engines medical scanners in software and many many other things in a call with investors last month incoming ceo john flannery said he planned a comprehensive review of all of its businesses will review eat ogooh bid in early leo how it benefit and contribute to the broader company it will be expected to do would be in with urgency and with uh no constrain the urgency comes partly from shareholders the stock is worth about a third less than when outgoing ceo jeff immelt took the helm sixteen years ago analysts nicholas heymann with william blair says in recent years and now has laid the.

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"ryan kyle" Discussed on APM: Marketplace Tech

APM: Marketplace Tech

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"ryan kyle" Discussed on APM: Marketplace Tech

"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by saturn systems software engineering a domestic alternative to offshore and metro outsourcing firms developing custom software solutions to solve complex business challenges more at saturnsyscom that's s a t u r n s y s dot com smarter wisdom of the twentyfirst i'm ben johnson it's friday saddam for the little silicon tally time our guest today is a fellow marketplace her reporter ryan kyle off ryan you know the drill are you ready to play the game where we try to stump each other with numbers from the week's tech news ready ready are you clapping right now out of excitement all right one feed that is the google with the thing yes the google with the thing this is google is new idea for what to do with all that white space below the search bar in its google app for android and iowa s the ideas that when you're getting ready to search for something you're also going to see a bunch of information news articles videos other stuff apparently that's designed just for you all right what do you got for me seven dollars an hour seven dollars an hour is what someone gets paid on the internet till like hurled insults at someone else via webs like live video stream or something started very throng seven dollars an hour is the price you pay our leave for the night scope k five robot of one that fell into the fell in air close got so this robot obviously i love and the internet has loved for a long time he nightscopes k five security robot that drowned itself in a fountain in washington dc.

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"ryan kyle" Discussed on APM: Marketplace Tech

APM: Marketplace Tech

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"ryan kyle" Discussed on APM: Marketplace Tech

"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by saturn systems software engineering a domestic alternative to offshore and metro outsourcing firms developing custom software solutions to solve complex business challenges more at saturnsyscom that's s a t u r n s y s dot com smarter wisdom of the twentyfirst i'm ben johnson it's friday saddam for the little silicon tally time our guest today is a fellow marketplace her reporter ryan kyle off ryan you know the drill are you ready to play the game where we try to stump each other with numbers from the week's tech news ready ready are you clapping right now out of excitement all right one feed that is the google with the thing yes the google with the thing this is google is new idea for what to do with all that white space below the search bar in its google app for android and iowa s the ideas that when you're getting ready to search for something you're also going to see a bunch of information news articles videos other stuff apparently that's designed just for you all right what do you got for me seven dollars an hour seven dollars an hour is what someone gets paid on the internet till like hurled insults at someone else via webs like live video stream or something started very throng seven dollars an hour is the price you pay our leave for the night scope k five robot of one that fell into the fell in air close got so this robot obviously i love and the internet has loved for a long time he nightscopes k five security robot that drowned itself in a fountain in washington dc.

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"ryan kyle" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

Marketplace All-in-One

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"ryan kyle" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by saturn systems software engineering a domestic alternative to offshore and metro outsourcing firms developing custom software solutions to solve complex business challenges more at saturnsyscom that's s a t u r n s y s dot com smarter wisdom of the twentyfirst i'm ben johnson it's friday saddam for the little silicon tally time our guest today is a fellow marketplace her reporter ryan kyle off ryan you know the drill are you ready to play the game where we try to stump each other with numbers from the week's tech news ready ready are you clapping right now out of excitement all right one feed that is the google with the thing yes the google with the thing this is google is new idea for what to do with all that white space below the search bar in its google app for android and iowa s the ideas that when you're getting ready to search for something you're also going to see a bunch of information news articles videos other stuff apparently that's designed just for you all right what do you got for me seven dollars an hour seven dollars an hour is what someone gets paid on the internet till like hurled insults at someone else via webs like live video stream or something started very throng seven dollars an hour is the price you pay our leave for the night scope k five robot of one that fell into the fell in air close got so this robot obviously i love and the internet has loved for a long time he nightscopes k five security robot that drowned itself in a fountain in washington dc.

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"ryan kyle" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"ryan kyle" Discussed on KQED Radio

"This week may have been a bit premature call it zombie ish or lazarus lazarus like but senate majority leader mitch mcconnell's plan to not just repeal but replace parts of obamacare still keith around with a vote expected as soon as monday one reason republicans feel a wisp of momentum right now a potential proposal to woo moderate senators from our health desk whyy in philadelphia here's marketplaces dan gorenstein one idea being floated is to give the thirty one states that expanded medicaid under obamacare two hundred billion dollars as a way to soften the end of the expansion a source told me that last night top federal health officials met with senators and made a pitch that on top of the two hundred billion states could transition people from medicaid a private insurance they could also use medicaid money to supplement that private insurance now that may sound like this is a lot of money but the center on budget policy priorities did the math on this between reductions to medicaid and less generous subsidies that's reducing coverage to low and moderate income americans by one point two true him dollars getting the two hundred billion would mean signing onto plan that cuts benefit by one trillion dollars dan thank you there's news the number of colleges in the u s declined by nearly nine percent over the past five school years many of them for profit colleges that the obama administration crackdown on marketplace's ryan kyle law is here to discuss high ryan morning data so what kind of schools are we talking about here how many of them have closed also okay so this is all colleges two year for your schools community colleges whatever and there are about six hundred and fifty fewer of them today than there were five years ago so a big chunk of those almost a third were four prophet school all that closed in the past to school years obama took them to task over to thanks one the allegation was many of these schools over promised and under delivered on the quality of.

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