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27 июня, 02:10

AEON и IBM создадут финансовую блокчейн-платформу

Финансовая компания AEON Financial Service совместно с технологическим гигантом IBM разрабатывают ориентированную на азиатский рынок финансовую блокчейн-платформу.

27 июня, 02:10

AEON и IBM создадут финансовую блокчейн-платформу

Финансовая компания AEON Financial Service совместно с технологическим гигантом IBM разрабатывают ориентированную на азиатский рынок финансовую блокчейн-платформу.

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27 июня, 01:00

Barclays: Биткоин надо ввести в игру

Британский банк Barclays обсуждает с регуляторами и финтех-компаниями вопрос о том, как ввести криптовалюты в игру, сообщает CNBC со ссылкой на слова главного исполнительного директора Barclays UK.

26 июня, 21:11

For Fun: Stock Market as Barometer of Policy Success

There are a number of observers who think the stock market is the key barometer of policy success.  My view is there are many measures of success - and that the economy needs to work well for a majority of the people - not just stock investors.However, for example, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin was on CNBC on Feb 22, 2017, and was asked if the stock market rally was a vote of confidence in the new administration, he replied: "Absolutely, this is a mark-to-market business, and you see what the market thinks."And Larry Kudlow wrote in 2007: A Stock Market Vote of Confidence for Bush: "I have long believed that stock markets are the best barometer of the health, wealth and security of a nation. And today's stock market message is an unmistakable vote of confidence for the president."Note: Kudlow's comments were made a few months before the market started selling off in the Great Recession. For more on Kudlow, see: Larry Kudlow is usually wrongFor fun, here is a graph comparing S&P500 returns (ex-dividends) under Presidents Trump and Obama: Click on graph for larger image.Blue is for Mr. Obama, Orange is for Mr. Trump.At this point, the S&P500 is up 7.5% under Mr. Trump compared to up 11.9% under Mr. Obama for the same number of market days.

26 июня, 14:41

Доходность трежерис растет перед выходом статистики

Цены на казначейские облигации США снижаются в понедельник, поскольку инвесторы следят за множеством аукционов облигаций и статистикой, сообщает CNBC.

26 июня, 14:41

Доходность трежерис растет перед выходом статистики

Цены на казначейские облигации США снижаются в понедельник, поскольку инвесторы следят за множеством аукционов облигаций и статистикой, сообщает CNBC.

26 июня, 14:29

Barclays: надо ввести биткоин в игру

Главный исполнительный директор Barclays UK Ашок Васвани сообщил, что представители банка встречались с сотрудниками Управления по финансовому регулированию и надзору Великобритании (Financial Conduct Authority, FCA) для обсуждения вопроса о том, как можно сделать использование биткоина безопасным.

26 июня, 12:10

Barclays: надо ввести биткоин в игру

Британский банк Barclays обсуждает с регуляторами и финтех-компаниями вопрос о том, как ввести криптовалюты в игру. Представители банка встречались с FCA для обсуждения вопроса о том, как можно сделать использование биткоина безопасным

26 июня, 12:10

Barclays: надо ввести биткоин "в игру"

Британский банк Barclays обсуждает с регуляторами и финтех-компаниями вопрос о том, как ввести криптовалюты "в игру". Представители банка встречались с FCA для обсуждения вопроса о том, как можно сделать использование биткоина безопасным

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26 июня, 11:14

Barclays has spoken to regulators about bringing bitcoin 'into play'

Barclays U.K. CEO Ashok Vaswani told CNBC that the bank had had discussions with Britain's Financial Conduct Authority.

26 июня, 02:56

Sunday Night Futures

Weekend:• Schedule for Week of June 25, 2017Monday:• At 8:30 AM ET, Durable Goods Orders for May from the Census Bureau. The consensus is for a 0.4% decrease in durable goods orders.• Also at 8:30 AM, Chicago Fed National Activity Index for May. This is a composite index of other data.• At 10:30 AM, Dallas Fed Survey of Manufacturing Activity for June. From CNBC: Pre-Market Data and Bloomberg futures: S&P futures are down 3 and DOW futures are down 10 (fair value).Oil prices were down over the last week with WTI futures at $43.21 per barrel and Brent at $45.54 per barrel.  A year ago, WTI was at $47, and Brent was at $47 - so oil prices are down about 5% to 10% year-over-year.Here is a graph from Gasbuddy.com for nationwide gasoline prices. Nationally prices are at $2.25 per gallon - a year ago prices were at $2.32 per gallon - so gasoline prices are down 7 cents year-over-year.

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25 июня, 15:46

Mazda CX-5 review: One of the best compact crossovers on the market

CNBC reviews the Mazda CX-5, one of the best compact crossovers on the market.

23 июня, 22:27

‘American Greed’: The Biggest Scams Ever Featured on the Show

These con artists took their victims for millions -- or billions -- of dollars. Here are some of the biggest scams ever featured on "American Greed."

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23 июня, 20:02

President to take matters into his own hands on GOP healt...

CNBC's Kayla Tausche reports the latest on the GOP health-care bill.

23 июня, 14:19

Trump, Modi could ink defense deal at WH visit

CNBC's Seema Mody provides a preview of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's meeting with President Donald Trump at the White House on Monday.

23 июня, 13:17

Boeing Factory In South Carolina Where Trump 'Celebrated' Jobs Braces For Layoffs

President Donald Trump proclaimed while visiting a Boeing plant in South Carolina in February that he was there “to celebrate jobs.” “Jobs is one of the primary reasons I’m standing here today as your president and I will never, ever disappoint you” he told the crowd in North Charleston that day. “Believe me, I will not disappoint you.” On Thursday, Boeing confirmed that it would be laying off workers at the very plant where Trump had spoken so reassuringly five months ago. The aerospace company told CNNMoney that about 200 jobs at its facilities in South Carolina would be cut. The SC Boeing plant where Trump gave a speech promising to protect US jobs says it's laying off about 200 workers https://t.co/3Q7uwVqRbX pic.twitter.com/32lF58i6Vf— CNN (@CNN) June 23, 2017 On the campaign trail and as president, Trump had made expansive promises about creating jobs in America. But thus far, many of these pledges appear to be falling flat. Carrier announced Thursday that it would be laying off hundreds of workers at a furnace plant in Indiana this year — mere months after making a deal with Trump and Vice President Mike Pence to keep workers in the state. “The jobs are still leaving,” Robert James, president of a local steelworkers union, told CNBC of the Carrier layoffs. “Nothing has stopped.” Ford announced this week that it would be moving the production of its Focus compact car to China instead of Mexico. The news came after Trump celebrated bringing those auto jobs back to the United States. Ford said last week that it will expand in Michigan and U.S. instead of building a BILLION dollar plant in Mexico. Thank you Ford & Fiat C!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) January 9, 2017 As for Boeing, the company had announced in December that it was planning to slash jobs company-wide in 2017 because of stiff market competition and falling demand for new airplanes. Over the past 12 months, Boeing has cut more than 13,000 jobs ― roughly a 9 percent reduction of its workforce, the Post and Courier reported this week. Yet two months after Boeing’s announcement about its impending workforce cuts, Trump boasted at the company’s North Charleston plant that his administration would fight for workers. “We are going to fight for our jobs, we are going to fight for our families and we are going to fight to get more jobs and better-paying jobs for the loyal citizens of our country,” Trump said that day. “Believe me.” Going to Charleston, South Carolina, in order to spend time with Boeing and talk jobs! Look forward to it.— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) February 17, 2017 Boeing’s South Carolina operations had already been at its lowest employment levels in over three years even before the layoffs were announced this week, according to the Post and Courier. The paper, quoting a Thursday memo to Boeing employees in the state, said there may be even more cuts to come.  type=type=RelatedArticlesblockTitle=Related... + articlesList=594c6b79e4b05c37bb757c42,5949efbbe4b0177d0b8a556d,58418bd2e4b017f37fe41ead,586e9b82e4b08052400ee0b2,57d9ab9ae4b04a1497b22af3 -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

23 июня, 13:17

Boeing Factory In South Carolina Where Trump 'Celebrated' Jobs Braces For Layoffs

President Donald Trump proclaimed while visiting a Boeing plant in South Carolina in February that he was there “to celebrate jobs.” “Jobs is one of the primary reasons I’m standing here today as your president and I will never, ever disappoint you” he told the crowd in North Charleston that day. “Believe me, I will not disappoint you.” On Thursday, Boeing confirmed that it would be laying off workers at the very plant where Trump had spoken so reassuringly five months ago. The aerospace company told CNNMoney that about 200 jobs at its facilities in South Carolina would be cut. The SC Boeing plant where Trump gave a speech promising to protect US jobs says it's laying off about 200 workers https://t.co/3Q7uwVqRbX pic.twitter.com/32lF58i6Vf— CNN (@CNN) June 23, 2017 On the campaign trail and as president, Trump had made expansive promises about creating jobs in America. But thus far, many of these pledges appear to be falling flat. Carrier announced Thursday that it would be laying off hundreds of workers at a furnace plant in Indiana this year — mere months after making a deal with Trump and Vice President Mike Pence to keep workers in the state. “The jobs are still leaving,” Robert James, president of a local steelworkers union, told CNBC of the Carrier layoffs. “Nothing has stopped.” Ford announced this week that it would be moving the production of its Focus compact car to China instead of Mexico. The news came after Trump celebrated bringing those auto jobs back to the United States. Ford said last week that it will expand in Michigan and U.S. instead of building a BILLION dollar plant in Mexico. Thank you Ford & Fiat C!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) January 9, 2017 As for Boeing, the company had announced in December that it was planning to slash jobs company-wide in 2017 because of stiff market competition and falling demand for new airplanes. Over the past 12 months, Boeing has cut more than 13,000 jobs ― roughly a 9 percent reduction of its workforce, the Post and Courier reported this week. Yet two months after Boeing’s announcement about its impending workforce cuts, Trump boasted at the company’s North Charleston plant that his administration would fight for workers. “We are going to fight for our jobs, we are going to fight for our families and we are going to fight to get more jobs and better-paying jobs for the loyal citizens of our country,” Trump said that day. “Believe me.” Going to Charleston, South Carolina, in order to spend time with Boeing and talk jobs! Look forward to it.— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) February 17, 2017 Boeing’s South Carolina operations had already been at its lowest employment levels in over three years even before the layoffs were announced this week, according to the Post and Courier. The paper, quoting a Thursday memo to Boeing employees in the state, said there may be even more cuts to come.  type=type=RelatedArticlesblockTitle=Related... + articlesList=594c6b79e4b05c37bb757c42,5949efbbe4b0177d0b8a556d,58418bd2e4b017f37fe41ead,586e9b82e4b08052400ee0b2,57d9ab9ae4b04a1497b22af3 -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

23 июня, 08:57

Крупнейшие банки США прошли стресс-тесты ФРС

Крупнейшие банки США успешно прошли новый стресс-тест. Инвесторы ждут новостей на следующей неделе о выплатах ключевых игроков отрасли акционерам, сообщает CNBC.

23 июня, 08:57

Крупнейшие банки США прошли стресс-тесты ФРС

Крупнейшие банки США успешно прошли новый стресс-тест. Инвесторы ждут новостей на следующей неделе о выплатах ключевых игроков отрасли акционерам, сообщает CNBC.

23 июня, 08:46

Глава Alibaba: через 30 лет люди будут работать по четыре часа в день

Глава крупнейшей китайской интернет-компании Alibaba Group Джек Ма полагает, что через 30 лет люди будут работать по четыре часа в день и четыре дня в неделю.

12 октября 2015, 23:05

ФРС может опустить ставки ниже 0% при новом кризисе

В руководстве Федеральной резервной системы рассматривают возможность использования отрицательных процентных ставок, в случае если американская экономика вновь столкнется с серьезным кризисом.

03 сентября 2015, 17:12

Роберт Шиллер: «справедливая» стоимость S&P 500 составляет 1300 пунктов

«Сейчас очень опасное время», - отметил в интервью CNBC нобелевский лауреат Роберт Шиллер. – «Типичное соотношение P/E (прим. ProFinance.ru: цена акции/доход на акцию), на которое обычно смотрит большинство инвесторов, на самом деле вводит в заблуждение. В то же время соотношение CAPE (Cyclically Adjusted Price-Earnings, разработанное господином Шиллером) указывает на «спра… читать далее…