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Best podcasts about Carl Quintanilla

Latest podcast episodes about Carl Quintanilla

Squawk on the Street
End of September and Q3: Bulls Say "Good Riddance," Nike Slumps and An Exclusive With Micron's CEO. 9/30/22

Squawk on the Street

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 45:57


Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber keep an eye on "Fedspeak" on the final trading day of a rough September and third quarter for the broader market. The anchors reacted to Morgan Stanley CEO James Gorman telling CNBC he's "not seeing panic." Earnings also in the spotlight: Nike shares tumble despite a quarterly beat, with margins being pressured amid excess inventory and a stronger dollar. Micron CEO Sanjay Mehrotra joined the program exclusively to discuss the chipmaker's quarterly results and why it sees tougher times ahead. Also in focus: Guidance and losses send Carnival shares toward 30-year lows, SPAC dreams die and Meta's hiring freeze -- what's next for the stock?

Squawk on the Street
Sell-off Erases Wednesday's Rally, Apple Falls on Downgrade, and a "Sea of Red" for Tech 9/29/22

Squawk on the Street

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 43:15


Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed the markets wiping out gains from Wednesday's rally as bond yields resume their increase amid worries about higher rates, inflation and slower growth. Early in Thursday's session, all Nasdaq 100 stocks were moving to the downside. Where are the buying opportunities? The anchors also reacted to dueling Apple calls: Bank of America downgrades the stock, while Rosenblatt upgrades it. Also in focus: Cleveland Fed President Loretta Mester on inflation and rates, What Blackstone President & COO Jonathan Gray told at "Delivering Alpha" and CarMax tumbles on an earnings miss, citing "affordability challenges."

Squawk on the Street
Markets on "Delivering Alpha" Day, Bank of England's Intervention, Apple Slumps and Biogen Soars 9/28/22

Squawk on the Street

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 43:17


With CNBC's "Delivering Alpha" investor summit underway, Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed volatility in stocks and bonds -- one day after the Dow and S&P 500 hit intraday lows not seen since November 2020. The Bank of England announced it would temporarily buy bonds to calm markets roiled by reaction to the UK government's tax-cutting plans. Apple shares fell on a published report stating the company is backing off plans to boost production of the iPhone 14. Hear what Cramer had to say about the market reaction. Also in focus: Biogen shares soar on trial results involving its Alzheimer's drug, Ford vs. GM, Musk-Twitter update, and what JPMorgan Chase's Asset and Wealth Management CEO told the "Delivering Alpha" conference about "finding alpha" in this market environment.

Squawk on the Street
Markets Rebound, Fed Tug-of-War, Cathie Wood's Recession View and Bitcoin Back Above $20K 9/27/22

Squawk on the Street

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 43:23


The morning after the Dow slumped into bear market territory, Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed the markets looking to snap a five-session losing streak -- this as some Fed policymakers don't see eye-to-eye on how aggressively to hike rates. Cramer outlined what it would take for the bulls to feel comfortable in this environment. The anchors reacted to Ark Invest CEO Cathie Wood telling CNBC "We believe we are in recession." Also in focus: Bitcoin rises back above $20,000, the tech IPO drought, lots of electric vehicle news, Biogen's $900 million settlement and Hurricane Ian's impact on "big oil" production.

Squawk on the Street
Markets After a Rough Week, the Pound Gets Pounded, Apple's India Shift and Jerry Jones at the NYSE 9/26/22

Squawk on the Street

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 43:38


Amid investor jitters surrounding the global economy, Carl Quintanilla, Morgan Brennan and Mike Santoli explored what to make of markets trying to bounce back from a week of selling -- including the Dow's lowest close since November 2020. The anchors reacted to developments in Europe including the British pound tumbling to a record low against the dollar on UK tax cut plans. Energy prices and NFL talk: Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones and Comstock Resources CEO Jay Allison joined the program after ringing the NYSE opening bell. Jones is a majority stakeholder in Comstock. Also in focus: Apple has begun manufacturing the iPhone 14 in India, Macau casino stocks rally, and Rihanna to perform in the Apple Music-sponsored Super Bowl halftime show.

TechCheck
TechCheck+ with 'She-Hulk' showrunner Jessica Gao

TechCheck

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2022 16:55


On the latest episode of “Binge,” CNBC's Carl Quintanilla speaks to Jessica Gao, showrunner and executive producer of Marvel's ‘She-Hulk: Attorney At Law' on Disney+. Gao discusses the big break that lead to her MCU debut, her process of bringing the comic book icon to the small screen, and how the She-Hulk character serves as a touchstone for identity and vulnerability in the workplace. Recorded: 09/23/22

TechCheck
Nasdaq Slides on Economic Uncertainty, Tech Goes Big on Cost Cutting & Breaking Down Opendoor's Home-Flipping Losses 9/23/22

TechCheck

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 44:29


Our anchors begin today's show with CNBC's Mike Santoli breaking down major tech names dragging lower amid the morning's volatility, and Big Technology newsletter author Alex Kantrowitz takes a deep dive into cost cutting measures across the sector. Then, Cresset Capital CIO Jack Ablin offers his outlook for rate hikes and the Nasdaq, and CNBC's Seema Mody reports on the turbulence affecting the European markets. Founders Fund Partner Keith Rabois also discusses the recent losses hitting Opendoor – the home-flipping platform he co-founded – and the $32 million funding round for his e-commerce roll-up company OpenStore. Later, CNBC's Kate Rooney covers potential plans from Celsius Network to compensate customers whose funds were frozen by the crypto lender's bankruptcy, and we share highlights from the latest episode of our Carl Quintanilla's “Binge” digital series with “She-Hulk” showrunner and executive producer Jessica Gao.

Squawk on the Street
Markets In Turmoil: Dow Breaks Below 30K, Goldman Slashes S&P 500 Target, and An Exclusive With Robinhood's CEO 09/23/22

Squawk on the Street

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 46:12


The post-Fed rate hike sell-off rolls on. Carl Quintanilla, David Faber and Morgan Brennan discussed market jitters surrounding rising rates and fears about a potential recession. The Dow falls below 30,000 and breaks its June low, as bond yields continue to climb. The anchors reacted to Goldman Sachs cutting its year-end target on the S&P 500 to 3,600 from 4,300. Robinhood CEO Vlad Tenev joined the show exclusively to discuss everything from reports that the SEC will not ban payment for order flow -- to the company's new 3% interest rate benefit for top tier members. Also in focus: FedEx plans to hike shipping rates and cut costs, market reaction to Costco earnings, tax cuts in the UK, Apple Music becomes the new sponsor of the Super Bowl halftime show, and sources tell David that Credit Suisse is not pursuing a capital raise.

Squawk on the Street
Volatility After the Fed-Fueled Sell-off, the 2-Year Yield Beyond 4%, All Things Meta, and Robinhood Rallies 9/22/22

Squawk on the Street

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 43:19


The morning after the Fed's latest 75 basis point rate hike, Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed stocks struggling to rebound from Wednesday's sell-off -- especially with the 2-year yield surging above 4%. Cramer weighs in on what Fed Chair Jerome Powell's goal to "really crush inflation" could mean for your money. The anchors reacted to what "Bond King" Jeffrey Gundlach told CNBC about the odds of a recession in 2023. Also in focus: Mixed results for homebuilders, the future for Meta and the Metaverse, Robinhood shares jump on a report regarding the SEC, JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon calls crypto a "decentralized Ponzi scheme", Salesforce Co-CEO Bret Taylor's comments on profitability, Elon Musk vs. Twitter and Taylor's role as company chairman, and food stocks as bright spots.

Squawk on the Street
Bracing for the Fed, Defense Stocks and Crude Jump on Putin Comments, and Big Bank CEOs Head to the Hill 9/21/22

Squawk on the Street

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 43:28


Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed what investors need to know ahead of Wednesday's Fed interest rate hike decision and statement. Ahead of President Biden's speech to the United Nations General Assembly, the anchors reacted to Russian President Vladimir Putin accusing the West of "nuclear blackmail" and announcing a military draft for the war in Ukraine. Defense stocks and crude oil prices jumped on his remarks. Also in focus: CEOs of the biggest U.S. banks head to Capitol Hill to testify before House lawmakers, Salesforce Chair & Co-CEO Marc Benioff and Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang talk to CNBC, and Charter's Tom Rutledge to step down as CEO.

Squawk on the Street
The Fed Waiting Game, the 2-Year Yield vs. Stocks, Ford Warns and the "SPAC King" Shutting Two SPACs 9/20/22

Squawk on the Street

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 42:56


Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber explored the market moves as the Fed begins its two-day policy meeting. Amid expectations of an aggressive rate hike, should you park your money in a 2-year note yielding close to 4% -- or stocks? Cramer weighs in. The anchors reacted to what the CEOs of Home Depot and Intuit told CNBC about inflation and the consumer. Also in focus: Ford's third-quarter warning due to supply costs and parts shortages, Microsoft's dividend hike, venture capitalist Chamath Palihapitiya closing two SPACs, a judge denies the Department of Justice's request to block the UnitedHealth-Change Healthcare merger deal and Amazon offers a bullish take on streaming Thursday Night Football.

Squawk on the Street
Fed Rate Decision Week and the Markets, Bitcoin Falls Below $19K, and the “Grand Theft Auto VI” Hack 9/19/22

Squawk on the Street

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 43:08


Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed the markets trying to shrug off fears of aggressive interest rate hikes at this week's Fed meeting, with the ten-year note yield hitting its highest level since April 2011. The anchors reacted to President Biden's comments to CBS' "60 Minutes" about inflation. Crypto also in the spotlight with bitcoin falling below $19,000 to a four-month low on rate jitters. Also in focus: Take-Two Interactive's Rockstar Games unit confirms a hacker leaked in-development footage from its upcoming "Grand Theft Auto VI" videogame, Amazon as a post-pandemic play, Meta shares trying to rebound, homebuilder stocks get upgraded, and Britain says its final goodbye to Queen Elizabeth II.

Squawk on the Street
FedEx's Global Recession Warning, GE's Supply Chain Woes, Paramount CEO Bob Bakish 9/16/22

Squawk on the Street

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 43:11


Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber discuss the market selloff, picking up steam, after a stark warning from the CEO of FedEx. Raj Subramaniam joining Jim on “Mad Money” warning of a global recession, “I think so. But you know, these numbers, they don't portend very well.” Shares of FedEx hammered after results missed on both the top and bottom lines. The company also withdrew its full-year guidance and announced significant cost-cutting measures including deferred hiring and shutting 90 offices and five corporate offices. Jim and David hone in on GE for the “Mad Dash” after the company said supply chain issues continued to weigh on the third quarter. Carl, Jim and David break out the other big movers of the morning including Uber, NCR, Apple, Huntsman and Tesla. David gives a sneak peak of his interview with Paramount CEO Bob Bakish, singing a more optimistic tune about the ad market.

Squawk on the Street
CEO Tripleheader: Disney, Verizon and Adobe 9/15/22

Squawk on the Street

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 46:20


As stocks try to rebound from Tuesday's big sell-off, Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed market reaction to an unexpected rise in August retail sales and the White House announcing a tentative labor agreement to avert a national railway strike. Adobe shares tumbled to become the morning's worst performer on the S&P 500. The company's CEO Shantanu Narayen joined the program after announcing quarterly results, guidance and a $20 billion cash-and stock deal to acquire online design startup Figma. David had a pair of exclusive interviews: Disney CEO Bob Chapek and Verizon CEO Hans Vestberg. Also in focus: Big gainers including Netflix on a Wall Street upgrade and Humana on raised guidance.

Squawk on the Street
Morning After the 1,200-Point Sell-off, The Inflation Effect, and Mortgage Rates Top 6% 9/14/22

Squawk on the Street

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 43:21


Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer explored the markets trying to rebound after Tuesday's consumer inflation report and interest rate hike fears resulted in the worst day for stocks since June 2020 -- including the Dow's more than 1,200-point drop. Fresh wholesale inflation data show the Producer Price Index fell 0.1% in August from the previous month. Cramer highlighted where to put your money in this environment. He also explained why he believes Costco's data is better than the government's when it comes to inflation. Also in focus: Mortgage rates surpass 6% for the first time since 2008, why Jim thinks the 2-year note is "the worst stock in the world," the buybacks bandwagon, Meta shares hit new lows for the year and what Starbucks founder Howard Schultz told CNBC about a "new era" for the company.

Squawk on the Street
Inflation Report Sparks Market Sell-off: What Should Investors Do Now? 9/13/22

Squawk on the Street

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 48:22


Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber led off with the big story of the morning: Consumer inflation data erasing a pre-market rally and sparking a sell-off. The Consumer Price Index for August up 8.3% year-over-year, moderating for a second straight month but still hotter than what most economists had be expecting. The anchors discussed how investors should react to the market moves, rate hike fears and where to find buying opportunities. Also in focus: The Twitter whistleblower heads to Capitol Hill, Starbucks' "Investor Day," J.P. Morgan sees a "soft landing," Oracle's earnings, and the executive shakeup at Peloton.

Squawk on the Street
Markets Extend Rally, U.S. vs. China on Chips, Loeb's ESPN Spin-off U-Turn, and Bitcoin 22K 9/12/22

Squawk on the Street

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 43:19


Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed the markets aiming for a fourth straight day of gains ahead of key inflation data due out Tuesday. Cramer explained what he finds "most interesting" about this market moment. Jim is in Seattle and previewed Monday night's "Mad Money" interviews with the CEOs of Amazon Web Services and Expedia. Also in focus: President Biden reportedly ramping up curbs on U.S. chip exports to China, billionaire investor Dan Loeb signals that he is no longer calling on Disney to spin off ESPN, Twitter calls Elon Musk's latest push to terminate their $44 billion deal "invalid," the potential railroad workers' strike, and bitcoin jumps back above 22,000.

Squawk on the Street
Bulls Poised for Positive Week, The Debate Over Powell, Kroger's Earnings Boost, and Remembering Queen Elizabeth II 9/9/22

Squawk on the Street

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 42:21


Carl Quintanilla, David Faber and Sara Eisen led off the show with a look at the broader markets on track to snap a three-week losing streak. Is now the time to buy? Two strategists join the discussion. The anchors also reacted to differing views about Fed Chair Jerome Powell from former Fed Vice Chair Richard Clarida and RH CEO Gary Friedman. Also, a report from on the ground in the UK one day after Queen Elizabeth's death: King Charles III and the Queen Consort visit Buckingham Palace and greet crowds as Britain begins ten days of mourning. Also in focus: Guggenheim's Scott Minerd told CNBC how low the S&P 500 has to go for him to become a buyer, T-Mobile's $14 billion share buyback program, and the morning's earnings winners including Kroger and DocuSign.

Squawk on the Street
Fed Chair Powell Speaks On Battling Inflation -- and the Markets React 9/8/22

Squawk on the Street

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 57:13


Carl Quintanilla, David Faber and Mike Santoli discussed the path ahead for interest rates, the markets and what investors should make of comments made by Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell during the program. At a virtual conference hosted by the Cato Institute, Powell said the Fed needs to do what's necessary to battle inflation and "keep at it until the job is done." He also weighed in on crypto and the state of the labor markets. Also in focus: The economic message from tech CEOs at the Code Conference.

Squawk on the Street
Talking "Code" From Google's CEO to Mark Cuban, Fed "75" Watch, and Judge to Musk: No Twitter Trial Delay 9/7/22

Squawk on the Street

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 43:35


Carl Quintanilla led off the show from the Code Conference in Beverly Hills, California. Highlights included comments by Alphabet and Google CEO Sundar Pichai as well as Mark Cuban. The billionaire investor spoke about crypto and taxes -- and had some choice words for Senator Elizabeth Warren. David Faber, Sara Eisen and Carl discussed markets trying to shrug off a report which states the Fed appears on track for another 75 basis point rate hike. Former Goldman Sachs Asset Management Chairman Jim O'Neill joined the discussion. Also in focus: A Delaware judge allows Elon Musk to add whistleblower claims to his countersuit against Twitter, but rejects Musk's request to delay the trial.

Squawk on the Street
Stocks Try To Rally, Europe's Energy Crisis, Ukrainian President Zelenskyy Rings the Opening Bell, 9/6/22

Squawk on the Street

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 43:10


Carl Quintanilla, Mike Santoli and David Faber began the hour by breaking down the markets coming off their third-straight week of losses, and the Nasdaq hoping to avoid its 7th negative session in a row. Goldman's chief economist Jan Hatzius posted a note saying he believes the “U.S. economy can achieve a soft landing, even though the path is narrow.” The anchors then hit the European energy crisis as Russia confirmed it would suspend its Nord Stream gas pipeline to Europe indefinitely. Also under pressure are Chinese stocks, with the country locking down 65 million of its citizens under COVID restrictions. Also in focus: Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy virtually rang the opening bell at the NYSE.

Squawk on the Street
Jobs Report Reaction, Starbucks Picks a New CEO, Lulu's Big Lift and an Exclusive With QB Russell Wilson and Carrier's CEO 9/2/22

Squawk on the Street

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 45:11


Carl Quintanilla, David Faber and Leslie Picker discussed market reaction to the August jobs report which showed non-farm payrolls up 315,000 – a pullback from July -- and the unemployment rate ticking higher to 3.7-percent. National Economic Council Director Brian Deese appeared on the program with White House reaction to the report, plus his views on inflation and lower energy prices. In an exclusive, Denver Broncos quarterback Russell Wilson and Carrier CEO Dave Gitlin spoke about their new clean air partnership. Wilson also offered his take on the NFL as well as investing after signing a five-year, $245 million contract extension. Also in focus: Starbucks names its next CEO, Lululemon surges on earnings and guidance, and Nvidia one day after the stock fell sharply to new 52-week lows.

TechCheck
A Trio of CEOs on Q2 Results: SentinelOne's Tomer Weingarten, PagerDuty's Jennifer Tejada & Smartsheet's Mark Mader 9/2/22

TechCheck

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 44:22


Our anchors begin today's show with Wolfe Research Director Gal Munda offering his outlook for the software sector, and SentinelOne Co-Founder and CEO Tomer Weingarten weighs in on the cybersecurity firm's Q2 beat and guidance for the year ahead. Next, PagerDuty CEO Jennifer Tejada breaks down the cloud computing company's latest results, and our Julia Boorstin reports on Qualcomm's new partnership to develop custom chipsets for Meta's virtual reality products. Then, Smartsheet CEO Mark Mader joins as shares surge after posting a quarterly beat on the top and bottom lines. Later, we share highlights from the latest episode of our Carl Quintanilla's “Binge” digital series with “Dopesick” creator Danny Strong, and CNBC's Yasmin Khorram covers San Francisco's struggle to bring workers back into offices.

TechCheck
TechCheck+ with 'Dopesick' Creator Danny Strong — 9/2/22

TechCheck

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 13:52


CNBC's Carl Quintanilla brings on Danny Strong, executive producer, writer and director of Hulu's ‘Dopesick' for the latest installment of "Binge." The Emmy-nominated miniseries starring Michael Keaton brings the opioid crisis and crimes of the Sackler family into full view. Strong discusses the challenges he faced pitching the project, the pressure that comes with telling real-life stories, competition in a content-saturated landscape, and how ‘Dopesick' aims to redefine the stigma around addiction.

Squawk on the Street
U.S. to Nvidia and AMD: Halt Top AI Chip Sales to China, Tech Leads More Selling, and An Exclusive With Campbell Soup's CEO. 9/1/22

Squawk on the Street

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 43:51


After a rough August for stocks, Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber explored where investors should put their money in September, with the major indices in the midst of a four-session losing streak on interest rate fears. Chip stocks under pressure after Nvidia and AMD said the U.S. imposed new licensing rules -- and told them to stop exporting and selling their top artificial intelligence chips to China. Campbell Soup shares down sharply in reaction to the company's quarterly results and guidance. CEO Mark Clouse joined the show exclusively to discuss earnings, inflation, pricing power and the supply chain. Also in focus: What's pressuring the biggest losers in the tech sector, crude oil slides, and U.K regulators scrutinize the Microsoft-Activision deal.

Squawk on the Street
Markets, the Consumer, the Fed Effect, Bed Bath Plunges and Snap Surges 8/31/22

Squawk on the Street

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 45:54


On a busy final trading day of August, Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed the markets in the midst of a three-day losing streak -- as Fed officials double down on saying they'll do what it takes on the interest rate front to battle inflation. The anchors explored the impact of slowing consumer and corporate demand on the likes of HP Inc., Chewy, PVH and Seagate. Also in focus: Shares of Bed Bath & Beyond down double-digits after announcing a turnaround plan including new financing commitments, store closings and job cuts, Snap's restructuring announcement gives the stock a boost, Goldman Sachs lifting COVID-19 requirements in most of its offices, and the FDA authorizes Pfizer and Moderna's updated booster shots targeting the Omicron variant.

Squawk on the Street
Musk's New Push to Exit Twitter Deal, Exxon-Russia Dispute, Best Buy's Boost and the "Powell Sell-off" 8/30/22

Squawk on the Street

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 42:06


Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber led off the show by discussing Elon Musk's newest filing aimed at terminating his agreement to buy Twitter -- he cites whistleblower allegations against the company. The anchors also explored the markets looking to rebound from two days of selling due to Fed Chair Jerome Powell's Jackson Hole comments. Also in focus: ExxonMobil's project dispute with Russia intensifies, Best Buy spikes on an earnings beat, energy stocks fall, meme stocks' volatility, plus shares of First Solar heat up -- how $1.2 billion fits into the picture.

Squawk on the Street
Extension of the "Powell Sell-off": How Should Investors Navigate the Markets? 8/29/22

Squawk on the Street

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 26:14


Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber focused on the markets extending losses from Friday's big sell-off, which was sparked by Fed Chair Jerome Powell's hawkish comments at the Jackson Hole summit. Where can investors hide in this environment? Also in focus: Elon Musk in Norway with a message on oil, gas and Tesla, why Chinese stocks are rallying, Senator Elizabeth Warren "very worried" that the Fed could cause a recession, and what SEC Chair Gary Gensler told Jim and David about remote work versus returning to the office.

Squawk on the Street
Fed Summit Kicks Off, Guidance Hits Salesforce and Nvidia, Snowflake Heats Up and Peloton's $1.2B Loss. 8/25/22

Squawk on the Street

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 43:07


Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber led off the show with reaction to big tech earnings: Shares of Salesforce and Nvidia each down sharply on guidance that overshadowed both companies' quarterly results. The Fed also in the spotlight as the Jackson Hole Economic Symposium gets underway ahead of Friday's much-anticipated speech by Fed Chair Jerome Powell. The anchors discussed what Kansas City Fed President Esther George told CNBC about the state of inflation. Also in focus: Peloton shares tumble after the company missed expectations with a $1.2 billion quarterly loss, Snowflake shares surge on the cloud data platform's revenue beat, Tesla's 3-for-1 stock split goes into effect, and Amazon shutting down its telehealth service.

Squawk on the Street
Fed Ahead of the "Hole", Housing Cooldown Worries and Retail Detail: Bed Bath Surges and Nordstrom Tumbles. 8/24/22

Squawk on the Street

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 42:22


Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed markets, the Fed and potential rate hikes ahead of the Jackson Hole Economic Symposium set to begin on Thursday. The anchors reacted to Minneapolis Fed President Neel Kashkari's biggest fear when it comes to battling inflation. Housing cooldown concerns also in the spotlight after luxury homebuilder Toll Brothers lowered full-year deliveries guidance. Carl, Jim and David covered the bases on retail, including shares of Bed Bath & Beyond surging on a report stating the company had reached a financing pact, while Nordstrom shares tumbled on the department store chain's outlook. Also in focus: Peloton strikes a deal to sell products on Amazon, T-Mobile U.S. nearing Verizon's market cap, a preview of after-the-bell earnings from Salesforce, Nvidia and Snowflake, plus David on Elon Musk vs. Twitter and what to expect from their Wednesday afternoon hearing.

Squawk on the Street
Morning After the Sell-off, Twitter Whistleblower Allegations, Palo Alto Surges, Zoom Tumbles and Macy's Beats. 8/23/22

Squawk on the Street

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 42:53


Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed what's ahead for stocks after the worst one-day performance for the markets since mid-June. Cramer explained how investors should navigate a "bipolar market." The anchors also reacted to an explosive whistleblower complaint by a former cybersecurity chief at Twitter -- news first reported by the Washington Post and CNN. He accuses Twitter of various egregious security flaws and oversights. Also in focus: Elon Musk subpoenas former Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey, Palo Alto and Macy's beat the street, "meme stock madness" one day after AMC's "APE" debut, Zoom tumbles on lowered guidance, and Intel teams up with Brookfield in a $30 billion chip factory investment deal.

Squawk on the Street
Rate Fears Roil Markets, AMC Plunges While "APE" Swings, Bed Bath Sinks Again, and Is Amazon Signify-ing a Bid? 8/22/22

Squawk on the Street

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 43:42


Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber explored markets under pressure amid concerns about the potential for more aggressive rates hike by the Fed. Investors are bracing for Fed Chair Jerome Powell's speech at the Jackson Hole symposium later this week. The anchors also stayed on top of the "meme stock madness": AMC Entertainment shares plunge in reaction to rival Cineworld's bankruptcy warning – amid a volatile trading debut for AMC's Preferred Equity Units (ticker symbol "APE"), while Bed Bath & Beyond shares tumble again in wake of investor Ryan Cohen selling his entire stake in the struggling retailer. Also in focus: Amazon reportedly among the companies bidding for Signify Health, sending shares of the healthcare platform soaring.

TechCheck
CNBC TechCheck+ chats with HBO's "Industry" co-creators on transitioning from banking to Hollywood 8/19/22

TechCheck

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 15:54


In our latest episode of our digital interview series, "Binge" – CNBC's Carl Quintanilla sits down with Mickey Down and Konrad Kay, co-creators and executive producers of HBO's finance drama "Industry.” The collaborators and best friends discuss how their experiences as former bankers inspired the hit series and why it was important to showcase the perspectives of younger professionals in the business. They also dive into how they balanced authenticity and creativity across the show's plot lines, the process of demystifying financial jargon for a mainstream audience, and why Industry's storytelling is largely driven by strong female roles.

Squawk on the Street
Cohen Sells and Bed Bath Plunges, Fedspeak vs. Win Streaks, and the "Buybacks Bandwagon" 8/19/22

Squawk on the Street

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 43:14


Carl Quintanilla, David Faber and Mike Santoli led off with Bed Bath & Beyond: Shares plunging after investor Ryan Cohen confirmed he has sold his entire stake in the company. The anchors also explored market reaction to Fed officials' comments about inflation and interest rate hikes. With the S&P 500 and Nasdaq in the midst of four-week win streaks, are the markets overbought? Also in focus: New stock buyback moves by Home Depot and GM, crypto tumbles, Wayfair cuts jobs, and Foot Locker soars on its new CEO announcement.

Squawk on the Street
July Jobs Surprise, Musk Takes the Stage, AMC CEO Adam Aron 8/5/22

Squawk on the Street

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 43:04


Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer began the hour by breaking down the July jobs report with nonfarm payrolls rising 528,000 topping the 258,000 estimate. They then turned to another batch of earnings with names like Expedia, Warner Brothers Discovery and AMC Entertainment all reporting results. AMC CEO Adam Aron joined the show later that hour after the company announced it is planning to issue 517 million shares of preferred stock, under the ticker symbol ‘APE.' Also in focus: Tesla held its annual shareholders meeting where Elon Musk took the stage. He predicted a mild 18-month recession and teased some possible share buybacks.

Squawk on the Street
Walmart Cuts Jobs, Lucid Hits the Brakes, Baba Beats 8/4/22

Squawk on the Street

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 43:31


Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer started the show discussing the markets as Goldman Sachs published a new note warning investors of a potential move lower. They then shifted to the country's largest employer, Walmart, announcing some job cuts after slashing its profit outlook just about a week ago. It was also another busy day for earnings, with names like Alibaba, Clorox and Paramount all on the move. The anchors also hit Coinbase, which announced a new partnership with Blackrock that will allow its institutional clients to buy bitcoin. Also in the mix: EV maker Lucid Motors dropped double digits at the open after cutting its production targets again amid logistic challenges.

Squawk on the Street
AMD Chipped, Under the $HOOD, PayPal Jumps 8/3/22

Squawk on the Street

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 45:43 Very Popular


Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer began the hour by breaking down a slew of corporate earnings, including AMD. The chip giant beat on earnings, but the stock was under pressure after it issued a weak Q3 revenue outlook. Another company they hit was Starbucks, which topped Wall Street estimates, fueled by U.S. demand for cold drinks. The anchors then shifted to PayPal for the Mad Dash segment, as Elliott Management confirmed it has a $2 billion holding in the financial services company. Also in the mix: Robinhood announced it is cutting about 23% of its workforce.

Squawk on the Street
Caterpillar and Uber CEOs, the Pelosi-Taiwan Effect on Markets, and Pinterest Surges. 8/2/22

Squawk on the Street

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 46:23 Very Popular


Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer discussed what investors should make of market jitters surrounding House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's planned visit to Taiwan and its potential impact on U.S.-China relations. The anchors spoke exclusively with Caterpillar CEO Jim Umpleby about quarterly results that weighed on the stock -- and how supply chain constraints fit into the picture. Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi also joined the program: The stock up double-digits as quarterly revenue doubled and cash flow turned positive for the first time. Also in focus: Pinterest shares surge on activist investor news and a beat on user numbers, and Twitter reportedly subpoenas Elon Musk's associates.

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August Begins After a Bullish July, Boeing's "Dream" Come True, and Oil Prices Slump. 8/1/22

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Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 42:55


On the first trading day of August, Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer discussed the next moves for investors after July marked the best month for stocks since 2020. Boeing topped the list of Dow and S&P 500 gainers after the Federal Aviation Administration cleared the way for resumption of 787 Dreamliner deliveries. Crude oil prices dropped further on worries about weaker global demand. Hear what Jim had to say about buying oil now. Also in focus: The U.S. reportedly mulling a crackdown on memory chip makers in China, former New York Fed President Bill Dudley's op-ed on the Fed's "wishful thinking" about inflation, Google CEO Sundar Pichai's message to employees about productivity, and why Mark Zuckerberg reportedly said Meta's growth forecasts had been too rosy.

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Tech-Tonic Shifts, Oil Stocks Surge, Roku Rocked 7/29/22

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Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 44:29 Very Popular


Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer started the show by breaking down quarterly results from big tech stocks Apple and Amazon. Apple reported a beat on revenue and profit, and said it's expecting growth to accelerate despite “pockets of softness.” Amazon shares jumped on its revenue beat and rosy guidance for the third quarter. Separately, the anchors also broke down tough quarters from both Roku and Intel. The chip giant Intel reported its biggest revenue miss since 1999 and Roku shares plunged more than 20% on its results. Also in the mix: energy names Exxon and Chevron both posted record quarterly profits as commodity prices boom.

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U.S. Economy Contracts, Meta's Big Miss, ServiceNow CEO 7/28/22

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Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 44:28 Very Popular


Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer began the hour by breaking down today's GDP data as the U.S. economy contracted for the second straight quarter, hitting a widely accepted rule of thumb for a recession. They spoke with National Economic Council Director, Brian Deese about the numbers. The anchors then shifted to Meta's quarterly results, after the company missed on earnings. Meta also issued a surprisingly weak forecast, pointing to a second consecutive decline in year-over-year sales. Also in focus: ServiceNow CEO Bill McDermott joined the hour to discuss his company's quarter, after beating on both the top and bottom lines.

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Big Tech's Bar Lowered? Boeing & T-Mobile CEOs, Fed Decision Day 7/27/22

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Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 44:25 Very Popular


Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer began the hour by breaking down Alphabet's and Microsoft's latest quarterly results; both stocks rallied despite missing analyst estimates. The anchors then brought in Phil LeBeau alongside Boeing CEO Dave Calhoun on his company's earnings report as well. Before the opening bell, they then shifted to the big Fed decision later today with many expecting the fourth rate increase in about five months. Also in focus: T-Mobile CEO Mike Sievert joined the anchors at Post 9 of the NYSE on his company's results; the stock rallied after boosting its subscriber forecast.

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Walmart's Big Warning, GM's Earnings Miss, Shopify Layoffs 7/26/22

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Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 44:11 Very Popular


Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer started the show with Walmart shares sinking after the company cut both its Q2 & full-year profit outlook. The big warning dragged other retailers like Home Depot, Amazon and Best Buy lower as well. The anchors then shifted to a slew of earnings, including General Motors, which reported numbers below expectations. Two big consumer names also posted results, as Coca-Cola and McDonald's both beat estimates. Also in the mix: Shopify shares dropped double digits after the company announced it will lay off 10% of its global workforce.

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White House Plays Down Recession Fears, NFL Launches Streaming Service, China Risks 07/25/22

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Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 44:24 Very Popular


Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer began the hour by hitting the market action with stocks still on pace for their best month of the year. They also mentioned Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen telling NBC's Meet the Press over the weekend that “this is not an economy that's in recession.” The anchors then shifted their focus to the NFL, launching its own streaming service NFL+, which starts a $4.99 per month. Staying with media, they also mentioned SNAP getting double downgraded at Morgan Stanley from “overweight” to “underweight” with an $8 price target following last week's dismal earnings report. Also in focus: Goldman Sachs cut its earnings outlook for the MSCI China stock index to zero growth for the year.

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Netflix's "Less Bad Results," Markets After July's Biggest One-Day Rally and Twitter Wins Round One in Court Over Elon Musk. 7/20/22

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Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 43:26


Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber led off the program with an in-depth discussion about Netflix's second-quarter results, including nearly one million subscriber losses -- fewer than expected. The anchors weighed in on Co-CEO Reed Hastings' earnings call comments: He said his excitement about Netflix is "tempered by the less bad results." What does it all mean for the company and its streaming competition? Also in focus: The road ahead for markets after their biggest one-day rally in nearly a month, a Delaware judge agrees to Twitter's request for an expedited trial in its battle to enforce Elon Musk's $44 billion takeover agreement, and Cathie Wood's ARK to shut down one of its ETFs for the first time in her firm's history.

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Markets Rebound and Gas Prices Fall, Apple and Tech Hiring Slowdowns, the Twitter-Musk Court Date and “Big Blues” for IBM shares 7/19/22

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Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 43:25 Very Popular


Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed the rebound in stocks following Monday's market decline. The impact of the stronger dollar also in the spotlight as IBM shares fall despite a quarterly beat. The anchors also reacted to a report stating Apple plans to slow hiring and spending growth next year. Cramer lists the various factors investors should focus on in this market. Also in the mix: Reaction to Johnson & Johnson earnings, gasoline prices fall to two-month lows, Twitter vs. Elon Musk and what to expect from their first court hearing, Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway boosts its stake in Occidental Petroleum, a preview of Netflix's after-the-bell earnings, plus bitcoin on the rebound.

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CNBC Rings the Opening Bell, Big Banks Report, Boeing's Big Boost 7/18/22

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Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 42:45 Very Popular


Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber celebrated a special morning at the New York Stock Exchange as Jim and the “Mad Money” team rang the opening bell to celebrate the show's permanent move to the NYSE. The anchors then shifted their focus to the market rally, getting a boost from Goldman Sachs and Bank of America, which reported before the bell. Another big mover to watch today was Boeing, as Delta Air Lines bought 100 planes from the company, its first major order with Boeing in more than a decade. Also in the mix: GSK spun off its $36 billion consumer health business Haleon, the largest listing in Europe in more than 10 years.

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Markets Rally, Retail Sales Jump in June and Citi and Wells Fargo Spike on Earnings 7/15/22

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Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 43:36 Very Popular


Carl Quintanilla and Mike Santoli focused on what investors should make of Friday's market rally, sparked by data showing retail sales up a better-than-expected one percent for June -- and quarterly results from Citi and Wells Fargo, one day after JPMorgan Chase and Morgan Stanley disappointed the street. Leslie Picker joined the discussion on the banks. Also in focus: China's economic growth slows to levels not seen since early 2020, Pinterest shares soar on a report stating Elliott Management has taken a big stake in the company, oil prices rebound as President Biden heads to Saudi Arabia, a hearing date is set for Twitter's lawsuit against Elon Musk, plus a "flashback" featuring Carl and Mike.

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Market Sell-off: Earnings Misses for JPM and Morgan Stanley, Rate Hike Fears and Double-Digit Wholesale Inflation. 7/14/22

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Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 43:16 Very Popular


Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber delved into the catalysts that sparked Thursday's sell-off: The Producer Price Index for June jumped 11.3% from year-ago levels, reigniting worries about a potential one percent Fed interest rate hike. The anchors also reacted to JPMorgan Chase and Morgan Stanley each missing Wall Street expectations with their second-quarter results. Carl, Jim and David discussed what JPM CEO Jamie Dimon said on the company's earnings call about the health of the consumer. Also in focus: Taiwan Semiconductor's earnings beat, Intel reportedly set to hike prices, Warren Buffett buys more Occidental Petroleum, Twitter vs. Elon Musk and a preview of "Mad Money" moving Monday to the NYSE.

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Inflation Hits Fresh Four-Decade High, White House's NEC Director Reacts to CPI, and Twitter Sues Elon Musk 7/13/22

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Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 46:05 Very Popular


Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David engaged in a wide-ranging discussion about inflation news that sent stocks tumbling: The Consumer Price Index for June up 9.1% from a year ago -- a new four-decade high. National Economic Council Director Brian Deese joined the program with White House reaction to the numbers. The anchors also explored how big an impact inflation could have on earnings season, as big banks get ready to report. Also in focus: Twitter sues Elon Musk as it looks to enforce their $44 billion deal, Delta's earnings miss on higher costs, Google's hiring slowdown, plus M&A: Game development platform Unity Software agrees to buy ironSource in a $4.4 billion all-stock deal.