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The situation could improve somewhat later this year, when the Federal Reserve is expected to begin paring back interest rates from a 23-year high, which should bring down mortgage rates. But Fed officials have penciled in just one rate cut for this year, and the days of ultra-low interest rates are long gone. Economists don’t expect the average mortgage rate to fall below 6% in 2024. However, there have been some steps in the right direction: Total housing inventory has steadily increased throughout this year, according to NAR data. New home construction also contributes to housing supply, but high interest rates seem to have pumped the brakes on homebuilding.
Persons: , Lawrence Yun, , don’t, That’s, NAR’s Yun Organizations: Washington CNN — Homes, National Association of Realtors, NAR, , Federal Reserve, Fed, Housing Locations: America
Rentokil offers a complete range of pest control services, from rodents to flying and crawling insects, to other forms of wildlife management. Trian, managed by Nelson Peltz, takes very few positions, but is very active in its positions. Rentokil Initial is a United Kingdom-based global provider of pest control, hygiene and well-being services for residential, commercial and industrial customers. However, when it has engaged with UK companies, the firm has consistently been able to create shareholder value. Shifting the listing to the U.S. is the low-hanging fruit of value creation and potentially divesting the European business could create additional value.
Persons: It's, Trian, Nelson Peltz, Peltz, Rentokil, Janus Henderson, Ferguson, Ecolab, Rio, Pearson, Ken Squire Organizations: Rentokil's, Unilever, Ferguson, New York Stock Exchange, Rollins, Janus, 13D Locations: United Kingdom, North America, Europe, Saharan Africa, France, U.S, Pentair, London, Rio Tinto, New York
Dollar firm ahead of key inflation test, Fed forecast update
  + stars: | 2024-06-11 | by ( ) www.cnbc.com   time to read: +1 min
A person holds banknotes of the Polish Zloty in front of a sticker showing various currencies on July 19, 2022, in Rzeszow, Podkarpackie Voivodeship, Poland. The euro hung below a two-week high to the dollar as investors braced for the European Central Bank's first interest rate increase since 2011 and the scheduled reopening of a key Russian gas pipeline later in the day. The dollar hovered near a one-month peak against the euro and pushed to a one-week high versus the yen on Tuesday as traders braced for crucial U.S. inflation data and fresh Federal Reserve interest rate forecasts the following day. The U.S. currency was supported by higher Treasury yields in the aftermath of surprisingly robust domestic jobs data at the end of last week, which sparked a dramatic paring of bets for Fed rate cuts this year. The dollar added 0.13% to stand at 157.25 yen early in the Asian day, the highest since June 3.
Persons: Emmanuel Macron Organizations: Central, Bank of Japan, U.S Locations: Rzeszow, Podkarpackie Voivodeship, Poland
Broadly speaking, market observers expect that investors have already priced in how the Fed may proceed with interest rates. So long as this week's Fed meeting sticks to the consensus view, many observers expect stocks will breathe a sigh of relief. "This is one of the busiest of the days on Wednesday," said Art Hogan, chief market strategist at B.Riley Financial. Possibility for surprise Of course, the Fed meeting still has the potential to surprise investors. ET Wednesday while the Fed meeting wraps up at 2:00 p.m. and Powell's press conference starts a half hour later.
Persons: shrugging, Hogan, Dave Sekera, it's, Riley's Hogan, ChairJerome Powell, Powell, hasn't, Brian Nick, Nick, , I'd, Jeff Klingelhofer, Klingelhofer, Joshua Roberts Organizations: Federal Reserve, B.Riley, Morningstar, Fed, Macro, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Nvidia, Thornburg Investment Management, Federal Locations: U.S, Washington ,
London CNN —Investors are snapping up the shares of a British maker of tiny computers after it went public on the London Stock Exchange Tuesday. Raspberry Pi stock soared as much as 40% in early trade before paring those gains slightly by 11.54 a.m. The Cambridge-based company started life in 2012 as a commercial subsidiary of the Raspberry Pi Foundation, a charity founded four years earlier to promote computer science in schools. To date, Raspberry Pi has sold more than 60 million computers worldwide, according to its website. Raspberry Pi plans to invest the funds raised in developing its products and expanding its educational activities.
Persons: Pi, Eben Upton, “ It’s, ” Russ Mould, AJ Bell, haven’t, Organizations: London CNN —, London Stock Exchange, Pi, Pi Foundation, Industrial, University of Cambridge, Nasdaq, Cambridge University, Sony, SONY, CNN Locations: British, Cambridge, New York, London
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
New York CNN —YOLO economy, meet the “yo, no” economy. In what was dubbed the YOLO economy (short for “you only live once”), or revenge spending, consumers shelled out for the experiences and goods they had missed. And that may be bad news for the economy. “We are monitoring the issue and engaging with market participants,” a spokesperson for the Securities and Exchange Commission told CNN. Joe Saluzzi, co-founder of Themis Trading, told CNN that the NYSE’s explanation is hard to square with the bizarre trades that hit the tape.
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Elliott, the $65 billion hedge fund best known for its shareholder activism , has made a $2.5 billion investment in Texas Instruments and is urging the company to improve its free cash flow by adapting a less rigid plan for capital expenditures. Shares of TI jumped about 3% on the news before paring back the gains in morning trading. Elliott believes Texas Instrument's rigid adherence to a capital expenditure plan put in place in 2022 has eviscerated shareholder returns by greatly reducing a metric by which TI has always asked to be judged– free cash flow. Its stock price, Elliott insists, has suffered as a result, trailing its peer group by substantial margins over the last two, four, six and ten year periods. That allocation of capital will result in the addition of capacity allowing for the company to almost double current annual revenues to $30 billion.
Persons: Elliott, paring, Jesse Cohn, Jason Genrich Organizations: Texas, CNBC, TI, Elliott, YouTube Locations: Texas, Western
The Nasdaq finished at a record while the Dow tumbled. Nvidia soared but the broader market weakened amid a fresh spike in Treasury yields. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . AdvertisementUS stocks finished mixed on Tuesday, with the Nasdaq at a record but the Dow Jones Industrial Average sliding more than 200 points. Weighing on shares during the session was a jump in Treasury yields as the latest auction was met with lukewarm demand.
Persons: Dow, , Neel Kashkari, Elon Musk Organizations: Nasdaq, Nvidia, Service, Dow Jones, Federal Reserve, Minneapolis
Wall Street expects a continued increase in Nvidia's AI chip sales ahead of its next-gen Blackwell chip release. Here's what Wall Street expects from Nvidia's upcoming earnings report. Deutsche Bank: "AI leadership to continue"Deutsche Bank said it fully expects Nvidia to deliver "healthy multi-billion dollar beats/raises on still healthy demand for AI compute." However, the bank sees much of that strength already priced into the stock, leading the firm to believe that Nvidia stock is "fully valued." Bloomberg Intelligence: "Nvidia has more levers to attack the market"Bloomberg Intelligence analyst Oscar Hernandez Tejada said in a recent note he fully expects Nvidia to report "a solid beat and raise" on Wednesday, arguing that "Nvidia's AI demand train running at full speed."
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The Department of Defense is working on initiatives to face the drone threat, but the US military doesn't yet appear ready to confront this ever-evolving challenge, especially on the scale seen in Ukraine. AdvertisementA US military MQ-9 Reaper drone waits for take-off at Kandahar Air Base in Afghanistan on March 9, 2018. US military leaders have repeatedly stressed there's no silver bullet to defeat small drones in battle. Shellie HallStudents there spend several weeks learning how to identify, engage, and defeat small drones. The drone threat draws certain parallels to fighting in Iraq and Afghanistan, where hidden bombs posed a tremendous threat.
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Arm — Shares of British chip designer fell 1% in volatile trading after the company issued revenue guidance that left investors unimpressed. Airbnb said revenue in its second quarter total $2.68 billion to $2.74 billion, while analysts were expecting $2.74 billion, according to LSEG. AppLovin — The mobile technology company soared 19% on the heels of better-than-expected first quarter earnings . Warby lost 2 cents a share, narrower than the consensus forecast of 9 cents per share from analysts surveyed by FactSet. Cheesecake Factory — Shares rallied nearly 9% after the chain's first quarter earnings beat estimates.
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I help my clients get rid of things they don't need or use anymore. AdvertisementAs a professional declutterer, I work with clients, helping them get rid of things they don't want, need, or have too many of. Pull them all out, see what's useful and what isn't, and ditch the things you're unlikely to use. If you're convinced you need them all, try this: put half in a box and hide it away for a few months. Happily, you can fill them with all the other stuff you're getting rid of.
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Wheat futures hit a one-week high on renewed concerns over dry weather in Russia, the world's biggest wheat supplier. In Argentina, corn stunt disease spread by leaf-cutter insects and adverse weather prompted the Buenos Aires grains exchange to slash its estimate for Argentina's 2023/24 corn harvest by 3 millions metric tons to 46.5 tons. In wheat, Russia's IKAR agricultural consultancy cut its forecast for the country's crop to 91 million metric tons from 93 million tons and its wheat exports to 50.5 million metric tons from 52 million tons. Wheat futures jumped as weather forecasts showed the region getting virtually no rain in the coming two weeks. Managed money funds held a net short position in CBOT wheat futures at the beginning of 2024 because of a strong dollar and slow U.S. demand, Zuzolo said.
Persons: Jim Niewold, Susan Stroud, Mike Zuzolo, Nature, Zuzolo Organizations: Chicago Board of Trade, Global, Analytics Locations: Loda , Illinois, Brazil, Russia, Brazil's Rio Grande do Sul, Argentina, Buenos Aires, South America
But even after two years of quantitative tightening, the amount of bonds and securities that the Fed still retains is stupendous. Quantitative tightening is a perilous operation. Earlier attempts — notably, in 2019 — disrupted financial markets. The slow pace of quantitative tightening is partly responsible for the Fed’s inability to contribute to the national budget. That’s because the Fed has also raised interest rates, which move in the opposite direction of bond prices.
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The second is the rate of EV sales growth is slowing, at least temporarily. The EV market is not collapsing, experts say, it’s just entering a new phase. Teslas still make up slightly more than half of all the electric vehicles sold in America, according to a report from Cox Automotive. But, just one year ago, Tesla produced more than 60% of all the EVs sold America. After having trouble cranking up production of its new generation of electric vehicles, GM seems to be accelerating.
Persons: it’s, , Coco Zhang, , Teslas, Tesla, Cox, Ford, China’s Geely, Michael Lenox, Corey Cantor, Cantor, ” Cantor Organizations: New, New York CNN, International Energy Agency, ING, CNN, Cox Automotive, Ford, General Motors, Blazer, European Federation for Transport, Volvo, EV, China Passenger Car Association, University of Virginia, Bloomberg New Energy Finance, Vehicles, Chevrolet Bolt, Dodge Locations: New York, That’s, EVs, America, China, Europe, United States,
Firm dollar drags yen down closer to intervention range
  + stars: | 2024-04-23 | by ( ) www.cnbc.com   time to read: +4 min
A firm U.S. dollar had the yen locked near a fresh 34-year low on Tuesday, keeping investors on heightened intervention watch as they looked ahead to key U.S. inflation report and the Bank of Japan's rate decision this week. A firm U.S. dollar had the yen locked near a fresh 34-year low on Tuesday, keeping investors on heightened intervention watch as they looked ahead to key U.S. inflation report and the Bank of Japan's rate decision this week. Traders have been keeping wary eye as yen slips towards 155.00, a level considered by many participants as the new trigger for intervention by Japanese authorities. The weak yen complicates the BOJ's policy path, with some market players betting the central bank could come under pressure to hike rates sooner than it wants to slow the currency's decline. Markets are currently pricing in a 46% chance of the Fed's first rate cut starting in September, with November not far behind at 42%, according to the CME FedWatch Tool.
Persons: Carol Kong, Shunichi Suzuki, BoE, Sterling, bitcoin Organizations: Bank of, Traders, Bank of Japan's, Commonwealth Bank of Australia, Japan's Finance, Federal Reserve, Investors, Commonwealth Bank of Australia's, European Central Bank, Bank of England Locations: Japan, Iran, Israel, Tokyo, Japan's, U.S, Commonwealth Bank of Australia's Kong
Currencies calm but cautious after a weary week
  + stars: | 2024-04-22 | by ( ) www.cnbc.com   time to read: +3 min
U.S. one hundred dollar bills are being shown in this picture illustration taken in Buenos Aires, Argentina, on Dec. 15, 2023. Eyes are on the yen this week, with the Bank of Japan's, or BOJ, Friday policy review the notable item on the economic calendar. The yen has been one of the biggest losers against the dollar this year, with losses mounting to 9%. The ECB's Robert Holzmann, however, said the ECB probably will not cut rates this year as much as planned if the Fed does not move. BoE Governor Andrew Bailey and Deputy Governor Dave Ramsden alluded last week to Britain's inflation slowing as expected.
Persons: Chris Weston, Weston, Kazuo Ueda, BoE, ECB policymaker Madis Muller, Christine Lagarde, Robert Holzmann, BoE Governor Andrew Bailey, Dave Ramsden, Sterling, Bitcoin Organizations: U.S ., Bank of Japan's, Federal Reserve, Monetary Fund, Bank, Washington , Bank of Japan, European Central Bank, Bank of England, ECB policymaker, ECB, Treasury Locations: Buenos Aires, Argentina, East, Tehran, Iran, Washington, United States, Japan, South Korea, Washington ,, U.S
Oil inches up after U.S. reimposes Venezuela oil sanctions
  + stars: | 2024-04-18 | by ( ) www.cnbc.com   time to read: +2 min
The sun sets beyond an oil pumping unit, also known as a "nodding donkey" or pumping jack, at a drilling site operated by Tatneft OAO near Almetyevsk, Russia. Oil prices rose in early trade on Thursday, slightly paring the previous session's losses after the United States said it would reinstate oil sanctions Venezuela, while the European Union talked of fresh curbs on Iran. The U.S. said it would not renew a license set to expire on Thursday that had broadly eased Venezuela oil sanctions, moving to reimpose punitive measures in response to President Nicolas Maduro's failure to meet his election commitments. Looking to prevent a wider conflict, European Union leaders decided on Wednesday to step up sanctions against Iran. According to JP Morgan estimates, worldwide oil consumption so far in April has averaged 101 million bpd, or 200,000 bpd below its own forecast.
Persons: OAO, Brent, Nicolas Maduro's, Morgan Organizations: ANZ Research, European Union, Iran, The U.S . House, Federal Locations: Almetyevsk, Russia, States, Venezuela, European, Iran, U.S, United States, Israel, The, Ukraine
That’s why Fed Chair Powell conveyed on Tuesday the central bank won’t be cutting interest rates any time soon. How would the US economy handle more months of painstakingly high interest rates? Investors are banking on cutsWhen Fed officials initially penciled in three rate cuts at the end of last year, markets hit new highs. But the longer the Fed leaves interest rates higher means more pain could be inflicted on households and businesses, said Goldstein. But not everyone thinks cracks in the economy will widen if the Fed doesn’t cut rates this year.
Persons: Powell, ” Powell, paring, Itay Goldstein, Tesla, Goldstein, , Brian Rose, David Mericle, Goldman Sachs Organizations: New, New York CNN — Federal Reserve, Bank of Canada, Tiff, Investors, Dow, Nasdaq, University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business, CNN, Fed, Treasury, UBS Global Wealth Management Locations: New York
Read previewShannen Doherty, the actor best known for her role in "Beverly Hills, 90210," has stage 4 cancer. She's getting rid of her material possessions so she can focus on spending time with her mother. "I'm getting rid of a lot of clothes, I'm getting rid of a lot of old stuff, the charity shop loves me," Godley said. But one thing they can control is their material possessions," Morin said. "Selling things, sorting through items, and getting rid of stuff they no longer need may help them feel more in control over something."
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Housing gloomThe higher-for-longer inflation predicament has hit the U.S. housing market like a thunderbolt. More economists are paring their bets that the Fed will cut rates after the latest Consumer Price Index report. They all argue that sticky inflation will force the Fed to keep borrowing costs higher for longer. The country is growing faster than many peers, but voters are zeroing in on inflation to explain their disapproval of President Biden’s handling of the economy. (Some DealBook readers in recent days have emailed to say that they’re strongly feeling the pain of housing inflation.)
Persons: Goldman Sachs, ” Lawrence Yun, Biden’s Organizations: Bank of America, Deutsche Bank, National Association of Realtors
The 2-year Treasury note yield traded marginally higher at 4.685%. The 10-year Treasury yield was slightly higher on Thursday as investors closely monitored speeches from a host of Federal Reserve officials and awaited the release of key economic data. It comes as market participants continue to keep track of comments from Fed officials and await the release of the U.S. jobs report on Friday. A flurry of Fed speeches are also scheduled to take place. Philadelphia Fed President Patrick Harker, Richmond Fed President Tom Barkin and Minneapolis Fed President Neel Kashkari are just some of the officials poised to deliver comments on the outlook for the U.S. economy.
Persons: Jerome Powell, Powell, Patrick Harker, Tom Barkin, Neel Kashkari, , Jeff Cox Organizations: Federal Reserve, Stanford University, Traders, Philadelphia Fed, Richmond Fed, Minneapolis Fed Locations: U.S, Richmond
3 things rattling markets this week
  + stars: | 2024-04-04 | by ( Krystal Hur | ) edition.cnn.com   time to read: +7 min
The S&P 500 tumbled the first two trading days of the new quarter and is down 0.8% for the week after paring back some of its losses on Wednesday. Some Fed officials revealed at the central bank’s policy meeting last month that they see fewer rate cuts than the three they forecast last December for 2024. Traders see a 63% expectation that the Fed cuts rates in June, a drop from more than 70% a week earlier, according to the CME FedWatch Tool. “With Middle East tensions on the rise, OPEC+ supply side measures have pushed crude oil volatility down,” BofA strategists wrote in a Wednesday report. “Adding to a complex backdrop, we now estimate that improving economic growth expectations have helped push global oil markets into a deficit.”The price of gold has also climbed this week.
Persons: New York CNN — Stocks, , , Brent Schutte, Jerome Powell, , Loretta Mester, Raphael Bostic, Brent, Michael Shvartsman, Gerald Shvartsman, Donald Trump’s, Matt Egan, “ Michael, ” Damian Williams, Bruce Garelick, ” Williams, ” Read, Joe Biden, Sean Lyngaas, China Nicholas Burns, Antony Blinken, Read Organizations: CNN Business, Bell, New York CNN —, Treasury, FactSet, Northwestern Mutual Wealth Management, Hawkish, San Francisco Fed, Stanford University, Wednesday, • Cleveland Fed, Atlanta Fed, CNBC, Traders, Organization of, Petroleum, West Texas, Brent, Bank of America, Trump Media, Trump Media & Technology Group, DWAC, Southern, of, Acquisition Corporation, , Microsoft, US, Department of Homeland Security, CNN Locations: New York, OPEC, Florida, of New York, Washington, China
London CNN —The global price of oil rose Tuesday to its highest level in seven months, propelled, in part, by concerns that mounting tensions in the Middle East could crimp supply. Brent crude, the world’s oil benchmark, climbed as much as 1.8% to $89 a barrel, the highest since early September, before paring those gains slightly mid-afternoon in Europe. Meanwhile, West Texas Intermediate crude, the US benchmark, also rose 1.8% to reach a five-month high of $85 a barrel. “You’ve got ongoing Ukrainian attacks on Russian refineries… Houthi attacks on shipping in the Red Sea,” as well as a “general sense that the Middle East is less stable than it was a year ago,” he told CNN. Geopolitical tensionsWriting about higher oil prices Tuesday, Sophie Lund-Yates, lead equity analyst at financial services company Hargreaves Lansdown, singled out escalating geopolitical tensions in the Middle East following an airstrike on Iran’s embassy in Syria Monday.
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