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CNBC Daily Open: Mega money Musk, Kitty's stake grows
  + stars: | 2024-06-14 | by ( Abid Ali | ) www.cnbc.com   time to read: +3 min
This report is from today's CNBC Daily Open, our international markets newsletter. CNBC Daily Open brings investors up to speed on everything they need to know, no matter where they are. Chipmaker Broadcom soared after it delivered better-than-expected second-quarter earnings and announced a 10-for-1 stock split. Mainland China's CSI 300 index fell 0.4%, while South Korea's Kospi rose 0.3%. Broadcom's shares soared 13% after reporting earnings that beat analyst expectations and announcing a 10-for-1 stock split.% after reporting earnings that beat analyst expectations and announcing a 10-for-1 stock split.
Persons: Elon, Musk, Janet Yellen, that's, Yellen, CNBC's Andrew Ross Sorkin, That's, Kitty, Keith Gill, Gill, Australia's, BofA Organizations: CNBC, Dow, Nasdaq, Broadcom, Dow Jones, Musk, Treasury, GameStop, Trade, Nikkei, Bank of Japan's, U.S, China's CSI, Chipmaker Broadcom, Bank of America Locations: U.S, Delaware, Japan, South
CNBC Daily Open: Musk threatens Apple ban
  + stars: | 2024-06-11 | by ( Abid Ali | ) www.cnbc.com   time to read: +3 min
CNBC Daily Open brings investors up to speed on everything they need to know, no matter where they are. Technology stocks Nvidia, Meta and Microsoft boosted the indexes. Apple ban threatElon Musk threatened to ban Apple devices from his companies after Apple announced a partnership with OpenAI. Ailman suggested Musk should focus on one of his ventures and let professional managers handle Tesla's daily operations. The Taiwan Weighted index hit a record high, before paring back gains, as technology and utility stocks rose.
Persons: Elon Musk, Tesla, Goldman Sachs, Musk, Elon Musk's, Chris Ailman, CNBC's, Ailman, CalSTRS, Elliott, paring, Seng, Kospi, Morgan Stanley Organizations: New York Times DealBook, CNBC, Nasdaq, Technology, Nvidia, Meta, Microsoft, Dow Jones, Apple, OpenAI, California State Teachers, Elliott, Southwest, Elliott Management, Southwest Airlines, Boeing, CSI, Nikkei Locations: New York City, U.S, Asia, Taiwan, Pacific
A woman walks past Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) office in Mumbai, India, 18 July, 2022. Nurphoto | Nurphoto | Getty ImagesIndia stocks tumbled Tuesday in volatile trading, leading Asia markets lower as the country continued vote counting for its 2024 general election. The Nifty rose more than 20% last year, while the Sensex was up nearly 19% in 2023. Japan's Nikkei 225 fell 0.22% to close at 38,837.46, while the broader Topix ended 0.38% down at 2,787.48. Hong Kong's Hang Seng index was 0.12% higher, while the CSI 300 index added 0.75% to close at 3,615.67.
Persons: Narendra Modi Organizations: Bombay Stock Exchange, Nurphoto, Getty, BSE, BJP, Japan's Nikkei, CSI Locations: Mumbai, India, Asia, Australia
CNBC Daily Open: Dow drops, Nvidia couldn't save Nasdaq
  + stars: | 2024-05-30 | by ( Abid Ali | ) www.cnbc.com   time to read: +3 min
This report is from today's CNBC Daily Open, our international markets newsletter. CNBC Daily Open brings investors up to speed on everything they need to know, no matter where they are. Treasury yields weigh on Wall StreetThe S&P 500 snapped its three-day winning streak as Treasury yields climbed. Despite Nvidia's continued rise since its earnings report last week, the tech giant couldn't prevent the Nasdaq Composite from falling. Peltz dumps Disney stakeActivist investor Nelson Peltz has sold his entire stake in Disney, according to a person familiar with the matter.
Persons: Nvidia's, Salesforce, Nelson Peltz, Peltz, Jay Rasulo, Bob Iger, Robert Isom, Vasu Raja, Raja, Korea's Kospi, Hang Seng, CNBC's Brian Evans Organizations: New York Stock Exchange, CNBC, Nasdaq, Dow Jones, Disney, American Airlines, Treasury, Nikkei, China's CSI, Dow Locations: New York City, Disney, Asia, Pacific, Japan, South Korea, China
CNBC Daily Open brings investors up to speed on everything they need to know, no matter where they are. The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell more than 200 points after hawkish comments from Minneapolis Federal Reserve President Neel Kashkari. Fed's Kashkari seeks more inflation dataThe Federal Reserve should wait for significant progress on inflation before cutting interest rates, Kashkari told CNBC on Tuesday. GameStop soarsShares of GameStop jumped more than 20% after the video game retailer announced it raised $933 million from a share offering. [PRO] Riding the AI boomCNBC's Todd Gordon analyzes a cybersecurity company that could benefit from investor enthusiasm for artificial intelligence-related stocks.
Persons: Neel Kashkari, Fed's Kashkari, Kashkari, Vasu Raja, Raja, Korea's, Hang Seng, Todd Gordon Organizations: CNBC, Nasdaq, Nvidia, Dow Jones, Minneapolis Federal, Federal, American Airlines, GameStop, Japan's Nikkei, China's CSI, International Monetary Fund Locations: Minneapolis, Asia, Pacific
This report is from today's CNBC Daily Open, our international markets newsletter. CNBC Daily Open brings investors up to speed on everything they need to know, no matter where they are. Nvidia's stock rose 2.6% on Friday, contributing to a 15% surge for the week, while the Nasdaq led major indexes with a 1.41% weekly gain. Nvidia CEO's net worth soarsNvidia CEO Jensen Huang's net worth soared to over $90 billion as better-than-expected earnings sent the company's stock soaring to a record high. Last Thursday, the stock rose more than 9% to close at nearly $1,038 per share.
Persons: Elon Musk, The Beverly Hilton, Jensen, Huang, Glass Lewis, Obama, Weizhen Tan Organizations: SpaceX, Tesla, The Beverly, CNBC, Nasdaq, Dow Jones, Treasury, Nvidia, Investors, Google, Nikkei, Bank of Japan's, CSI Locations: Beverly Hills , California, U.S, Texas, Asia, Pacific
Aerial view of skyscrapers standing at the Lujiazui Financial District at sunrise on June 8, 2022 in Shanghai, China. Asia-Pacific markets rose Monday as industrial profits in China rose during the first four months of the year, according to official data. China's industrial profits rose 4.3% year on year in the January to April period, data from the National Bureau of Statistics showed. More economic data from China and India is also due later this week. Australia will also announce its inflation data for April on Wednesday, with analysts from ING expecting a "modest dip."
Persons: Hong Organizations: National Bureau, Statistics, ING Locations: Shanghai, China, Asia, Pacific, India, Australia
CNBC Daily Open: Dow's worst day in 2024, Nvidia shares pop
  + stars: | 2024-05-24 | by ( Abid Ali | ) www.cnbc.com   time to read: +3 min
CNBC Daily Open brings investors up to speed on everything they need to know, no matter where they are. Dow sinks 600 pointsThe Dow Jones Industrial Average suffered its worst day of the year, dropping over 600 points on Thursday. Nvidia's blockbuster earnings and guidance failed to prop up markets, with more than 400 stocks on the S&P 500 trading lower. Nvidia popsShares of Nvidia soared as much as 11% after the AI chipmaker's earnings that beat Wall Street's estimates. Wall Street analysts are revising their price targets for Nvidia upwards after its blowout earnings and guidance.
Persons: Dow, Musk, Elon Musk, he's, Joe Biden, Tesla, Karen Tso, Brian West, Korea's Kospi Organizations: CNBC, Dow Jones, Boeing, Dow, Nasdaq, Treasury, Nvidia, Nikkei, Bank of Japan, Samsung Electronics, Samsung, CSI, Wall, Microsoft Locations: China, Asia, Pacific, Japan
People enjoy food and drink at an izakaya bar near Yurakucho Station on June 05, 2020 in Tokyo, Japan. Hong Kong stocks led losses in Asia Pacific on Friday after Wall Street tumbled overnight on rate worries, while investors also digested inflation data from Japan. Hong Kong's Hang Seng index fell 1.71%, while mainland China's CSI 300 dropped 1.11% to end at 3,601.48. In South Korea, the Kospi ended 1.26% lower at 2,687.60, dragged by heavyweight Samsung Electronics, while the small-cap Kosdaq lost 0.85% to close at 839.41. Heavyweight chipmaker Samsung Electronics shares fell 3.07% after Reuters reported that the South Korean tech giant's latest high bandwidth memory (HBM) chips are not yet ready for use by U.S. chipmaker Nvidia.
Organizations: CSI, Samsung Electronics, Reuters, South, Nvidia Locations: Yurakucho, Tokyo, Japan, Hong Kong, Asia Pacific, Hong, South Korea, South Korean
CNBC Daily Open brings investors up to speed on everything they need to know, no matter where they are. Wall Street reaches new highsThe S&P 500 and the Nasdaq Composite rose to fresh record highs as investors await earnings from AI chipmaker Nvidia after the close on Wednesday. Nvidia's shares rose 0.6% with option traders pricing in swings of as much as 9% up or down in reaction to its earnings. Rate cuts several months awayFederal Reserve Governor Christopher Waller said he does not think further rate increases are necessary, but he will need convincing before backing any rate cuts. [PRO] When Nvidia risesCNBC's Ganesh Rao takes a look at six artificial intelligence-related stocks that have historically reacted positively to Nvidia's quarterly earnings.
Persons: Christopher Waller, Waller, Biden, Jennifer Granholm, Walt Disney, Bob Iger, Ganesh Rao Organizations: New York Stock Exchange, CNBC, Nasdaq, Nvidia, Dow Jones, Federal, Gasoline, East, Pixar, Studios, Disney, Walt Disney Animation, CSI, Nikkei, Reserve Bank of New Locations: New York City, Israel, Asia, Hong Kong, Reserve Bank of New Zealand, United States, Japan
This ETF aims to capture China's own 'Magnificent Seven'
  + stars: | 2024-05-22 | by ( Emily Glass | ) www.cnbc.com   time to read: +1 min
Roundhill Investments wants to mimic the success of its Magnificent Seven ETF (MAGS) in China. The firm's CEO Dave Mazza plans to launch the Lucky Eight ETF, which aims to be China's answer to the success of Wall Street's big tech stocks. "There's a lot of question marks about the Chinese economy and the potential for growth of the consumer in China," Mazza told CNBC's "ETF Edge" on Monday. Trading under the ticker "LCKY," the Lucky Eight ETF will include equal-weighted exposure to Tencent Holdings, Alibaba , Meituan , BYD , Xiaomi, PDD Holdings , JD.com and Baidu at launch. Pending SEC approval, the Lucky Eight ETF is set to launch this summer.
Persons: Dave Mazza, Wall, Mazza, CNBC's Organizations: Roundhill Investments, Tencent Holdings, PDD Holdings, JD.com, Baidu, SEC, CSI China Internet, Lucky Locations: China
This report is from today's CNBC Daily Open, our new, international markets newsletter. CNBC Daily Open brings investors up to speed on everything they need to know, no matter where they are. Meme craze coolsShares of GameStop and AMC rose on Tuesday, extending Monday's gains after "Roaring Kitty" made a reappearance. Shares, however, gave up some of their earlier gains, suggesting enthusiasm for the so-called meme stocks was fading. Powell: Inflation falling slowlyFederal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell said inflation was not slowing as quickly as anticipated, requiring the central bank to maintain its current interest rates for longer.
Persons: Jerome Powell, Powell, Australia's, CNBC's Yun Li Organizations: Google Gemini, CNBC, Nasdaq, Dow Jones, Treasury, GameStop, AMC, Biden, Sony, China's CSI, AMC Entertainment Locations: Brussels, Belgium, China, Amsterdam, Asia, Pacific, Hong Kong, South Korea
Billionaire investor David Tepper's hedge fund increased its bets on Chinese tech stocks during the first three months of 2024, while dialing back exposure to some key domestic names. Appaloosa Management's quarterly report on Wednesday showed that Alibaba is now its top holding after buying several hundred million dollars worth of shares. The fund also revealed that it holds put options against Microsoft , which could indicate more selling in the second quarter. Outside of technology, Appaloosa exited a small position in hospital stock HCA Holdings and added a small position in Boeing . Chinese tech stocks have been trending higher, however, with the KWEB up 19% in the second quarter.
Persons: David Tepper's, Tepper Organizations: PDD Holdings, Baidu, Adobe, iShares FTSE, CSI China Internet, Microsoft, Holdings, Boeing, Quarterly, Carolina Panthers Locations: ., iShares FTSE China
U.S. stocks have been rather volatile in the past month, but in the past week they had a strong run on hopes of rate cuts. Tech stocks, which would be boosted by rate cuts, have been a big part of that rally — with Meta , Alphabet and Amazon in particular having a strong showing over the past couple of weeks. Elsewhere, analysts are getting more optimistic on China stocks, especially those in the tech sector. Kevin Liu, managing director and strategist at CICC Research, said his conviction call would be a structural barbell allocation with themes including tech names "with high-end upgrading opportunities," among others. Stock screen Against this backdrop, CNBC Pro screened FactSet for stocks from four exchange-traded funds (KraneShares CSI China Internet ETF, Vanguard Information Technology ETF, Invesco China Technology ETF and the iShares MSCI China Multisector Tech ETF) to find stocks that: have beaten the S & P 500's around 9% year-to-date performance.
Persons: Bernstein, Kevin Liu Organizations: Dow Jones, Tech, UBS, CICC Research, CNBC Pro, CSI China Internet, Vanguard Information Technology, China Technology ETF, China Multisector Tech Locations: China
Whether he's playing the handsome leading man in a rom-com or an intensely focused franchise star, Pine has the uncanny ability to adapt into the movie star that's needed at any particular moment. I learned more from that set about what it means to be a movie star than probably anything else. On turning down 'Wonder Woman' twice before director Patty Jenkins convinced him by bringing up 'Casablanca'"Wonder Woman." Warner Bros. PicturesBy the time you did the "Wonder Woman" franchise, you had done your fair share of blockbusters. Even think of "Wonder Woman 1984" — that's a blockbuster movie that is a hero's journey not about revenge.
Persons: Chris Pine, he's, Don Mattingly, Annette Bening, Danny DeVito, Gwynne Gilford, Robert Pine, Sergeant Getraer, Jack, Pine, Anne Hathaway, David Caruso, it's, Kirk —, Kirk, William Shatner, Karl Urban, McCoy, Karl, Spock, Zach, Quinto, Leonard, Nimoy, Abrams, Shatner, Denzel, Denzel Washington, Tony Scott, Mark Bomback, I'm, you'd, Ben Foster, Taylor, Sheridan, David, Mackenzie, Jeff Bridges, Jeff, Ben, hadn't, Patty Jenkins, Patty, Steve Organizations: Business, Yankee, Washington, Walt Disney Pictures, CSI, Paramount Pictures, Denzel Washington, Denzel, Denzel Washington —, CBS, Warner Bros ., gonzo Locations: cardigan, Pine, Coast, heartthrob, Miami, Casablanca
China stocks have staged such a strong rally after a protracted slump for the past few years that they're beating even the S & P 500 so far this year. The MSCI China index, which includes the mainland A-shares, Hong Kong-listed shares and U.S.-listed China names, has jumped around 9%, while the KraneShares CSI China Internet ETF is up around 13%. Most analysts said whether the rally can be sustained will largely depend on China policy. How to play China Though most were bullish on China stocks, they would be selective in stock-picking. They include: SPDR S & P China ETF iShares MSCI China A ETF Global X MSCI China Consumer Disc ETF iShares MSCI Hong Kong ETF — CNBC's Michael Bloom contributed to this report.
Persons: Bernstein, it's, , Goldman Sachs, Kevin Liu, CICC, Nomura's, Goldman, Kweichow, Ping, Morningstar, Michael Bloom Organizations: U.S, CSI China, Investors, CICC Research, CNBC, BYD, SAIC, Changan Automobile, Energy, Anhui, Cement, JPMorgan, Kuaishou, Ping An Insurance, China Merchants Bank, Hong, China, iShares, China Consumer Locations: China, Hong Kong
The rebound in Chinese tech stocks still has plenty of doubters, but shares could continue to climb, according to Ritholtz Wealth Management CEO Josh Brown. The fund has rallied in 2024 so far following three straight years of losses, and Brown said Thursday that the sentiment had gotten way too negative on Chinese stocks. KWEB 5Y mountain The KWEB fund is up in 2024 after several years of losses. As the full fund name implies, KWEB is not a broad index fund of the Chinese market. Instead, it focuses on growth-oriented tech stocks.
Persons: Josh Brown, Brown, Jim Grant, KWEB Organizations: Ritholtz Wealth, CNBC, CSI China Internet, Tencent Holdings Locations: United States, China
Bubble tea: ChaPanda shares plunge in Hong Kong IPO
  + stars: | 2024-04-23 | by ( Anna Cooban | ) edition.cnn.com   time to read: +3 min
The company, also known as Chabaidao or ChaPanda, had priced its shares at $17.50 Hong Kong dollars ($2.23) apiece, but they plunged as low as $10.80 Hong Kong dollars ($1.38) in the first two hours of trading on the Hong Kong stock exchange. Bubble tea (also called “black pearl tea” or “boba tea”) originated in Taiwan in the 1980s, but has since found millions of devotees around the world. In January, two of China’s most popular bubble tea brands, Mixue Group and Guming Holdings, applied for IPOs on Hong Kong’s stock exchange. Another Chinese bubble tea maker, Nayuki, has lost 88% of its stock market value since going public in Hong Kong in 2021. “The overall turnover and valuation of the (Hong Kong) stock market, which depend on the market liquidity, i.e.
Persons: Baidao, Frost, Frost & Sullivan, Robert Lui, , , Laura Organizations: London CNN —, Hong, Frost &, China, Franchise Association . Stock, Mixue, Guming Holdings, Deloitte Locations: Sichuan, Hong Kong, Chengdu, Taiwan, China, Hong, Dealogic, Shanghai, Shenzhen
“One which we jokingly say belongs in a Netflix series.”A truck driver with a fraudulent waybill for a seafood shipment picks up the container. Instead of a load of farm-raised seafood, the truck driver pulled away from the loading dock with loot. “They needed people inside Air Canada to facilitate this theft,” Peel Regional Police Det. In its legal response to the Brink’s lawsuit, Air Canada has denied it was “careless” and its security lax. Canadian police had identified him as the truck driver early in the investigation but had not been able to locate him.
Persons: , Nishan Duraiappah, Nando Iannicca, Canada “, ” Duraiappah, ’ ” Patrick Brown, , Mike Mavity, Mavity, couldn’t, “ We’re, ” Mavity, , it’s, Brink’s, Eric, “ They’re, Nick Milinovich, Duraiappah, CNN’s Paula Newton, Fabiana Chaparro Organizations: CNN, Toronto Pearson International, Air Canada, ” Peel Regional Police, Netflix, Peel Regional Police, Peel, Canadian, CSI, Vancouver Bullion & Currency Exchange, Air, Police, ” Air Canada, Authorities, Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, Explosives, ” Police, Investigators, Court, Middle, Middle District of Pennsylvania, ” Peel Locations: Zurich, Switzerland, Canada, Pennsylvania, Florida, Georgia, Brampton, Toronto, Air Canada, United Kingdom, Dubai, India, Franklin County , Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Middle District, Atlanta
The gold and currency had just arrived on an Air Canada flight from Zurich, Switzerland. At least two former Air Canada employees allegedly helped in the audacious theft, police say. “They needed people inside Air Canada to facilitate this theft,” Detective Sgt. “This was the largest gold heist in Canadian history, reportedly, it’s the sixth largest in world crime history,” said Deputy Police Chief Nick Milinovich. “I don’t think I ever imagined they’d have to deal with the largest gold heist in Canadian history, it’s almost out of an Ocean’s Eleven movie or a CSI.
Persons: Mike Mavity, , ” Peter Fitzpatrick, , Eric, it’s, Nick Milinovich, Patrick Brown Organizations: Ottawa CNN —, Toronto’s Pearson International Airport, Police, Air Canada, Air, Peel Regional Police, US, of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, Explosives, ATF, ” Police Locations: Canada, Zurich, Switzerland, Air Canada, Peel, Pennsylvania, Ontario, Brampton , Ontario
Looking ahead, those searching for pockets of opportunities in the region can look to Morgan Stanley's selection of "alpha" stocks. Among the "notable top-ranked stock ideas" on its list is South Korean commercial bank Hana Financial Group. "Our Korea Financial analyst, Joon Seok ... believes large-cap banks are key beneficiaries of the corporate reform theme," Morgan Stanley's analysts said. Here are 10 stocks from Morgan Stanley's full list of top overweight-rated stocks for April. Notable bottom-ranked stocks Morgan Stanley named its "notable bottom-ranked stock ideas."
Persons: India's, Morgan Stanley's, Joon Seok, Morgan, Joon, Morgan Stanley, Santos, — CNBC's Michael Bloom Organizations: Japan's Nikkei, CSI, Alpha, Japan, Hana Financial, Korea Financial, Financial Services, Novatek Microelectronics, Analysts, Morgan, Berger Paints Locations: India, Japan, China, Asia, Pacific, Korean
Read previewFitch Ratings has cut its outlook for China, adding to the gloom surrounding the world's second-largest economy. It cut its outlook from "stable" to "negative," but maintained its overall rating at "A+." The move comes after Moody's Investor Services, another major credit-rating agency, also downgraded its outlook for China to "negative" in December. As a result Fitch expects economic growth to fall to 4.5% for 2024. The ratings agency said policymakers will probably have no choice but to borrow to address its economic woes.
Persons: , Fitch, Fitch's Organizations: Service, Business, Moody's Investor Services, Analysts, St Louis Federal Reserve, CSI Locations: China, Beijing
Stocks in China and Hong Kong sold off a massive $4.8 trillion in market capitalization since 2021, which according to HSBC, is more than the value of the Indian stock market. The statistic does not bode well for either China or Hong Kong, especially when the National Stock Exchange of India has only grown during the same period. The NSE overtook Hong Kong Stock Exchanges and Clearing to become the fourth largest in the world in January, according to data from the World Federation of Exchanges, and is worth $4.63 trillion, making it the third largest in Asia. This is indicative of how much traction Indian stocks have gained in the last few years, in contrast to declines in both China and Hong Kong. Hong Kong's Hang Seng index performed even worse, with 2023 as its fourth consecutive decline ending the year 13.8% lower.
Persons: bode Organizations: Bombay Stock Exchange, HSBC, National Stock Exchange of, Hong Kong Stock Exchanges, World Federation of Exchanges, Hong Kong . Mainland China's CSI Locations: MUMBAI, MAHARASHTRA, INDIA, Bombay, Mumbai, Stocks, China, Hong Kong, National Stock Exchange of India, Asia, Hong Kong . Mainland
CNBC Daily Open: Fights in Mickey's club house
  + stars: | 2024-04-02 | by ( Clement Tan | In Clemtan | ) www.cnbc.com   time to read: +2 min
Actors dressed as Walt Disney characters Mickey Mouse (left) and Minnie Mouse (right) perform during a press preview for the "Minnie Besties Bash!" This report is from today's CNBC Daily Open, our new, international markets newsletter. CNBC Daily Open brings investors up to speed on everything they need to know, no matter where they are. U.S. stocks got off to a tentative start for the second quarter as Treasury yields rose on Monday. [PRO] Top 2Q betsBank of America names its top picks for the second quarter, including one Big Tech company.
Persons: Walt Disney, Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Minnie Besties, Korea's, Jerome Powell's Organizations: Tokyo Disneyland, CNBC, Asia Hong, Japan's Nikkei, CSI, U.S, Rapidus Corporation, of America, Big Tech Locations: Tokyo, Urayasu, Japan, Asia Hong Kong, Asia, Pacific, U.S, Beijing, China, Korea, Taiwan, Hokkaido
Fourteen months after the murders, the garage of the abandoned marijuana farm on prairie tableland northwest of Oklahoma City sits frozen and dark. Broadway Avenue in Kingfisher, Oklahoma, about 30 miles south of where Wu Chen, 47, executed four people at a marijuana farm. When Oklahoma legalized medical marijuana, the only real requirement was that Oklahoma residents had to be involved in marijuana growing and selling. But Oklahoma required 75% of any marijuana business to be owned by an Oklahoma resident. Deputies from the Kingfisher County Sheriff's Office were the first to arrive at the scene of a quadruple homicide at an abandoned marijuana farm.
Persons: Wu Chen, Mike Simons, Kevin Stitt, Sean Hannity's, Dan Newhouse, Liu, Chen, Yi Fei Lin, Mark Woodward, , OBN, Adria Berry, BI Adria Berry, I'm, Barb Miuccio, Jeremy Grable, Jeremy, Barb, she's, Barbara Miuccio, Treez, Matt Stacy, Stacy, Stitt, Jeremy they'd, he'd, OMMA, didn't, Barb didn't, Barbara, Stacy —, she'd, Stacy hadn't, BI Jonathan Riedlinger, Riedlinger, Lin, Qirong Lin, Hechun Chen, Qiang Chen, Fang Lee —, Wenbo Lin, Wu Chen —, Wenbo Lin didn't, Reidlinger, Jed Green, Matthew Alan Stacy, Barb —, — he's, He'd, Woodward, Helen Carillo, He's, Kevin Pham, Pham, BI Pham, ProPublica, recriminations, Green, It's, they're, I'd, Ken Thompson, Thompson, Chen didn't, He'll, Jonathan Riedlinger, Kiki, I've Organizations: Oklahoma City, Broadway, BI, Marijuana, Oklahoma, Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority, Republican, Sean Hannity's Fox, Fox News, Chen Inc, Narcotics, BI Adria, Oklahoma's Army National Guard, OBN, Business, Oklahoma State Bureau of, Sheriff's, Prosecutors, CSI Accounting Services, Whitney Economics, NBC, Cannabis, Virginia Slim, Florida . Police Locations: Oklahoma, Kingfisher County , Oklahoma, Ames , Oklahoma, Kingfisher , Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, California, Arkansas, Republican Washington, China, Kingfisher County, Dallas, Moore , Oklahoma, Oklahoma City, Afghanistan, Iraq, Ukraine, He's, Moore, Kingfisher, Hennessey , Oklahoma, OMMA, Mexico, Edmond, Tulsa, Russia, Bulgaria, Armenia, Steakhouse, Virginia, Florida, Miami Beach, Miami
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