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Economy Watch
Fear grows despite positive data

Economy Watch

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 5:23


Kia ora,Welcome to Wednesday's Economy Watch where we follow the economic events and trends that affect Aotearoa/New Zealand.I'm David Chaston and this is the International edition from Interest.co.nz.Today we lead with news of further chunky benchmark interest rate rises and growing market fear despite much economic data released being generally positive.American durable goods orders slipped in August from July, but less than was anticipated by analysts (-0.4%) and the dip was very minor (-0.2%). They remain +11.2% higher than a year ago. Non-defence capital goods orders were up +6.3% on that same basis.US retail sales as measured on a same store basis rose last week to be +11% higher than a year ago.After declining all year, there was an unexpectedly large surge in sales of new homes in August, rising to an annual rate of 685,000 and far above the +500,000 rate expected. It was particularly notable in the South and West.There was also a better-than-expected improvement in consumer sentiment in September, according to the widely-watched Conference Board survey.Adding to the upbeat data, the Richmond Fed's factory survey in the Mid-Atlantic states came in better than expected too, but it really only recovered the unexpected July drop and new orders are not growing.The US Treasury auctioned a 5 year bond today and that repeated yesterday's outsized rise in yields demanded by bidders. This one was just as large. The tender was very well supported by the median yield was 4.13% and up from 3.15% at the same event a month ago. At some point these much higher interest rates paid will weigh on the US federal deficit, but recall it has been falling at an amazing pace, down from disastrous levels in a very rapid repair.There were a series of other consumer confidence surveys out yesterday. These have increasing importance given the background economic data is wobbling. If consumer sentiment wobbles too, a downbeat future is all-but-certain. In Australia, consumer sentiment is rising in this ANZ-Roy Morgan survey and is now at a four month high. But in the longer-term perspective 'high' might be stretching it. In Taiwan, their consumer sentiment survey slipped slightly in September. In South Korea their consumer sentiment rose and is now well off its July drop.In China, industrial profits were unchanged in August, embedding in a small fall for the first eight months of 2022. Given the sluggish Chinese economy, a fall is consistent with other data. But that they have limited the slippage to just -2.1% is impressive, if true.Meanwhile, the yuan is falling faster against the US dollar. An aggressive pushback by the Chinese central bank is now expected.In The UK, there is a growing and significant trend of mortgage lenders withdrawing loan offers as their real estate market faces a sharp and sudden retreat. Lenders fear borrowers will go underwater quickly in this market leaving them with losses. Major lenders are among those pulling back.And just one day after indicating it wasn't about to move its policy to protect the British Pound, an official at the Bank of England said "significant" policy moves are coming. Markets will remain sceptical until they see action.In Australia, the Optus breach scandal is spreading. It is one that may affect over half their adult population and cause AMT/CFT issues for millions.The UST 10yr yield starts today at 3.97% and another +8 bps higher than this time yesterday in a continuing push up. It's a new 14 year high again. The price of gold will open today at US$1630/oz. This is up +US$2 from this time yesterday.And oil prices start today +US$1 firmer at just under US$78/bbl in the US while the international Brent price has risen about +US$1.50 to be just under US$84.50/bbl. A Russian gas pipeline to Europe appears to have been sabotaged overnight. Its supply disruption won't have a meaningful impact on their energy crisis however. No word yet who may be responsible, but it wasn't entirely unexpected.The Kiwi dollar will open today at just on 56.3 USc and marginally softer than this time yesterday and still close to the pandemic low and the rate that applied in April 2009. Against the Australian dollar we are firmer at just on 87.7 AUc. Against the euro we are also slightly firmer 58.8 euro cents. That all means our TWI-5 starts today at just 67.2, and little-changed in a day.The bitcoin price is now at US$19,160 and again up a mere +0.4% from this time yesterday. But in between it did pop up over US$20,000 but could not hold it. Volatility over the past 24 hours has been high at just on +/- 3.8%.You can find links to the articles mentioned today in our show notes.And get more news affecting the economy in New Zealand from interest.co.nz.Kia ora. I'm David Chaston and we'll do this again tomorrow.

Breakfast Business
Consumer sentiment worse since 2008

Breakfast Business

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 7:05


As prices soar, Irish consumer sentiment has plummeted to its lowest level since 2008 Austin Hughes, Economist spoke to Gavin with reaction to this report.  

TD Ameritrade Network
Consumer Sentiment Improvement & When Will Gas Prices Drop?

TD Ameritrade Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 6:29


How much are high gas prices impacting the consumer? Scott Brave discusses this, as well as the market reaction to consumer sentiment. He also talks about the outlook for the markets amid high inflation, highlighting movement in crude oil (/CL). Tune in to find out more about the stock market today.

TD Ameritrade Network
Fundamentals Pointing To An Oil Rally?

TD Ameritrade Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 3:20


Dan Deming highlights usage demand for heating, a rising dollar, and inventory challenges as some of the reasons oil markets pushed higher today. He also discusses the recent CPI report, and the impact energy has had on every aspect of the market from consumer staples to discretionary goods. Retail Sales and Consumer Sentiment data rounds out the week and will shape price direction for energy.

Winning Retirement Radio
Consumer Sentiment & The Future of Your Retirement

Winning Retirement Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 28:02


First, you'll find out who on the podcast is now the GOAT… sorta kinda not really.

Highlights from The Pat Kenny Show
Housing Market Consumer Sentiment

Highlights from The Pat Kenny Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 15:05


The cost-of-living crisis is beginning to make its presence felt in the housing market. Rory Hearne, Assistant Professor of Social Policy at Maynooth University and /Author of 'Gaffs: Why no one can get a house,and what we can do about it' and Kevin Beirne of Kevin Beirne Auctioneers and Property Valuers in Mayo joined Anton Savage on the show to discuss the housing market consumer sentiment.

The Morning Market News
The Hindsight Report with Daniel Caycedo 8.26.2022 | New & Pending Home Sales | Consumer Sentiment

The Morning Market News

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 2:23


The Hindsight Report with Daniel Caycedo: A review of the markets over the past week with a long term investment perspective and 20-20 hindsight... The week in review: New Home Sales Pending Home Sales Consumer Sentiment Keep saving, keep investing, and have a great weekend! #Plan, #Save, & #Invest for financial success.

Virginia Public Radio
RC Poll: Consumer sentiment is on the rise

Virginia Public Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022


A new survey shows consumer sentiment in Virginia is on the upswing. Michael Pope reports. You can see the rest of the poll’s findings here.

The Morning Market News
MMN Stock Market Weekly Preview | What To Watch For | 8.22.2022 | New & Pending Home Sales | Consumer Sentiment

The Morning Market News

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 2:24


This week has a plethora of consumer data coming our way, from New Home and Pending Home Sales early in the week, to Disposable income, Consumer Spending, and Consumer sentiment numbers dropping on Friday, it's a busy week for professional economists. Welcome to your Weekly Market Preview provided with a long term planning and investing perspective, I'm your host Daniel Caycedo, now let's break down what these numbers mean for you, your finances, and building your wealth, in this week's What to Watch for.

Macro Musings with David Beckworth
Carola Binder on the Importance of Inflation Expectations and How Policymakers Should Respond

Macro Musings with David Beckworth

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 53:17


Carola Binder is an associate professor of economics at Haverford College and is currently a visiting scholar in the Monetary Policy Program at the Mercatus Center. She is also an associate editor at the Review of Economics and Statistics and the Journal of Money Credit and Banking. Carola rejoins Macro Musings to talk about inflation expectations and uncertainty. Specifically, David and Carola discuss why we should care about inflation expectations, which survey measures are most important, how policymakers should respond, and more.   Transcript for the episode can be found here.   Carola's Twitter: @cconces Carola's Haverford site Carola's Mercatus profile   David's Twitter: @DavidBeckworth Follow us on Twitter: @Macro_Musings Click here for the latest Macro Musings episodes sent straight to your inbox!   Related Links:   *Consumer Inflation Uncertainty Is Rising* by Carola Binder   *Stuck in the Seventies: Gas Prices and Consumer Sentiment* by Carola Binder and Christos Makridis   *Inflation Expectations and Consumption: Evidence from 1951* by Carola Binder and Gillian Brunet   *How Do Americans View Higher Inflation?* by Frank Newport   *Inflation Expectations and Consumer Spending: The Role of Household Balance Sheets* by Lenard Lieb and Johannes Schuffels   *Inflation Expectations and Readiness to Spend: Cross-Sectional Evidence* by Rudiger Bachmann, Tim Berg, and Eric Sims   *A New Measure of Monetary Shocks: Derivation and Implications* by Christina Romer and David Romer

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal
Consumer sentiment has an income divide

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 27:37 Very Popular


Walmart and Home Depot both reported sales were up 6.5% in the second quarter. While Walmart’s report indicates tough times for lower-income consumers, Home Depot’s shows middle to upper-income ones are feeling pretty good — even if they’re holding off on a new house. Plus: a new leader for Texas’ troubled power grid, dangerous heat for delivery drivers, and a new Florida law could make it harder for  professors to retain tenure.

Marketplace All-in-One
Consumer sentiment has an income divide

Marketplace All-in-One

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 27:37


Walmart and Home Depot both reported sales were up 6.5% in the second quarter. While Walmart’s report indicates tough times for lower-income consumers, Home Depot’s shows middle to upper-income ones are feeling pretty good — even if they’re holding off on a new house. Plus: a new leader for Texas’ troubled power grid, dangerous heat for delivery drivers, and a new Florida law could make it harder for  professors to retain tenure.

Wintrust Business Lunch
Wintrust Business Lunch 8/12/22: Consumer sentiment improving, inflation slowing, and Air and Water Show city cruise

Wintrust Business Lunch

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022


Segment 1: Paul Nolte, Portfolio Manager at Kingsview Investment Management, joins John to talk about the good inflation reports the last few days, if he thinks inflation has peaked, how the markets have been reacting to the inflation data, what the Fed will do as they continue to battle inflation, the current strength of the housing market, […]

TD Ameritrade Network
Consumer Sentiment Lower Than Past Recessions & Upcoming WMT, TGT Earnings Reports

TD Ameritrade Network

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 6:55


"The Consumer Sentiment Index shows extremely low readings right now. Sentiment is lower now than it was during past recessions. Real consumer spending habits and consumer sentiment have become detached, which indicates a bizarre divergence between reality and polling," says David Grasso. "Consumer sentiment is very little changed. I'm watching earnings reports next week from Walmart (WMT) and Target (TGT) as both companies forecast poor earnings several weeks ago," Melissa Armo adds.

The Huddle
The Huddle: Stocks Jump as Inflation Eases

The Huddle

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 17:32


Stocks Jump as Inflation Eases, Tesla CEO Elon Musk Sells 7.92M Tesla Shares Worth $6.88B, Berkshire Hathaway Reports Q2 Earnings, Sees Operating Earnings Surge, CPI Rises 8.5% in July, Walt Disney Reports Q3 Earnings, Streaming Subscriber Growth Beats Expectations, U.S. Consumer Sentiment up More Than Expected in August, Coinbase Reports Q2 Earnings, Missing on EPS and Revenue, Shares Drop on a Billion-Dollar Loss, SoftBank Reports a $21.6B Quarterly Loss on Vision Fund, Ford Motors Raises Prices on all Electric F-150 Lightning, SEC Proposes an Amendment That Would Require More Information to be Released Regarding Investments and Assets

The Cable
UK Drought Concerns, Consumer Sentiment and Retail Outlook (Radio)

The Cable

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 44:08


Hosts Guy Johnson and Alix Steel discuss the impact of a hot and dry summer in the UK. They're joined by Bloomberg Intelligence Senior Analyst Jason Miner to talk about conditions at the Rhine, and Tom Bradshaw, Deputy President of the National Farmers Union to dive into how the drought is affecting the agricultural industry. Plus, they hear from Joanne Hsu, Director of the Surveys of Consumers on Consumer Sentiment data, and Bloomberg Opinion's Andrea Felsted on retail.

Bloomberg Technology
Tech Stocks Rally and Rising Consumer Sentiment (Podcast)

Bloomberg Technology

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 39:06


Bloomberg's Ed Ludlow, in for Emily Chang, breaks down why the Nasdaq is at its highest levels since April 15, and takes a look at next week's big retail earnings results. Plus, the Senate passes a $347 billion initiative to boost the transition to clean energy and cut emissions.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

CommBank Global Economic & Markets Update podcast
What is down with consumer sentiment

CommBank Global Economic & Markets Update podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 11:07


Consumer sentiment has fallen sharply and is at very low levels consistent with major economic disruptions.  The August figure is at just 81.2 pts and in deeply pessimistic territory.  But consumption growth has so far been fairly solid.  In this podcast, Stephen Wu, Economist in the Australian Economics team and Belinda Allen, Senior Economist discuss what is driving the weakness in consumer sentiment and the implications for spending.  Importantly, sentiment is still weak even after accounting for other economic variables and so raises the risk that spending growth will slow more materially from here.  We anticipate softer spending will drive below-trend economic growth over 2023 and continue to expect the RBA to ease monetary policy in H2 23.   ------ DISCLAIMER ------ Before listening to this report, you are advised to read the full Global Markets Research disclaimers which can be found at www.commbankresearch.com.au. Information in this podcast is of a general nature only. It does not take into account your objectives, financial situation or needs and does not constitute personal financial advice. This report provides general market-related information, and is not intended to be an investment research report. The information contained in this report is approved and distributed by Global Markets Research, a business division of the Commonwealth Bank of Australia ABN 48 123 123 124 AFSL 234945 (“the Bank”). The information is solely for informational purposes and is not to be construed as a solicitation or an offer to buy or sell any securities or other financial instruments. It does not constitute a personal recommendation or take into account the particular investment objectives, financial situations, or needs of individual clients. Where ‘CBA data' is cited, this refers to the Bank proprietary data that is sourced from the Bank's internal systems and may include, but not be limited to, credit card transaction data, merchant facility transaction data and applications for credit. As the statistics take into account only the Bank's data it may not reflect all trends in the market. All customer data used, or represented, in this report is anonymised and aggregated before analysis and is used, and disclosed, in accordance with the Group's Privacy Policy Statement. The Bank believes that the information in this presentation is correct and any opinions, conclusions or recommendations are reasonably held based on the information available at the time of its compilation but no representation or warranty, either expressed or implied, is made or provided as to accuracy, reliability or completeness of any statement made.

Primary Vision Network
THE ECONOMY - Global Monetary Policy & Slowing Growth, When Does Consumer Sentiment Shift to Spending?, Leading Indicators Mixed with Some Bright Spots, European Inflation Surges Again as German's Problems Grow, China "Officially" Abando

Primary Vision Network

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 125:13


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Financial Sense(R) Newshour
McClellan: Bear Market Rally About to End, Consumer Sentiment Plunge Projecting Sharp Rise in Unemployment

Financial Sense(R) Newshour

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 78:07


Jul 29 – After this week's market wrap-up with Ryan Puplava, Financial Sense Newshour speaks with Tom McClellan to get an update on his outlook for the stock market, the economy, and more. Next, Rick Sharga at ATTOM discusses the dramatic slowing...

Bloomberg Technology
Changing Consumer Sentiment and TikTok's Chinese Influence

Bloomberg Technology

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 41:32


Bloomberg's Caroline Hyde, in for Emily Chang, breaks down the changing consumer sentiment and how the tech sector is trying to keep up. Plus, how the Chinese government tried to create a stealth TikTok account to promote propaganda in the US. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Off the Chain
#1060 Dylan LeClair On The Continued Decline Of Consumer Sentiment

Off the Chain

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 30:19 Very Popular


Dylan LeClair is the Senior Market Analyst at UTXO Management, a digital asset fund investing in the analog to digital transformation of money and the emergent financial system.    In this conversation, we discuss how consumers are feeling, what the yield curve inversion means, Bitcoin's correlation with the S&P 500, and what options does the Fed have left to get the economy back on track. Dylan joins us every Tuesday on "The Best Business Show." To see the video with the corresponding charts that Dylan references throughout the interview, go to "The Best Business Show: LIVE" YouTube Channel ======================= Coinchange is an automated wealth management platform that earns daily compounded yield for you. Earn up to 10% APY on a risk-mitigated basis – your payout doesn't depend on the volatility of the market and there are no lockups or minimums.  Register now at coinchange.io/pomp and get a welcome bonus of 40 USDC when you fund your account. ======================= BCB Group is the leading payment services partner for the digital assets industry. BCB Group provides payment services in 30+ currencies, FX, cryptocurrency liquidity, digital asset custody and BLINC, which is BCB's free, instant settlements network for the BCB client ecosystem. Find out more by visiting bcbgroup.com/pomp ======================= FTX.US is the safe, regulated way to buy and sell Bitcoin and other digital assets. Trade crypto with up to 85% lower fees than top competitors. There are no fixed minimum fees, no ACH transaction fees, and no withdrawal fees.   FTX.US is also the only leading exchange that supports both Ethereum and Solana NFTs.   Download the FTX App today and use referral code “Pomp” to earn free crypto on every trade over $10. The more you trade, the more you earn. ========================

American Institute for Economic Research
Consumer Sentiment Remained Near Record Lows in Early July By Robert Hughes

American Institute for Economic Research

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 4:21


“Consumer sentiment ticked up in early July but remains near record lows and consistent with prior recessions. Inflation is a driver of weakening consumer attitudes and contributing to elevated risks. The outlook is highly uncertain.” ~ Robert Hughes

The Property Planner, Buyer and Professor
#162: Market Update June 22 - Why the RBA needs to be mindful of going too hard too fast on rate rises, top capital city performers over the last 40 years, why median values can't be trusted, consumer sentiment bodes well for reducing inflation and m

The Property Planner, Buyer and Professor

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 47:40


Got a question for the trio? - https://zfrmz.com/uLtjhyBskV96PY6eJfaIhttps://propertyplanning.com.au/propertyplannerbuyerprofessor/In this week's episode Dave, Cate and Pete take you through:1. Markets across Australia dip further over JuneFor capital cities already in retraction, the rate of decline has increased over June, while those still experiencing value growth have seen a definitive slow-down in the rate of price increases. Sydney in particular has made the headlines, with a median dwelling price drop of 1.6% over June, the largest monthly fall since 1989. The trio discuss the fact that these circumstances are not unusual after a period of rapid price growth.2. Upper quartile feeling the pinchAs is typical of rising and falling markets, the upper quartile is leading the price declines and feeling the pinch more than the lower quartile. This has a significant impact on median values, as statistically, the bigger numbers are removed from the data pool. However, it's important to note that quality property is still in high demand, particularly if it sits within the median price range and buyers should not expect a bargain. A key example is entry level family homes where there is simplynot enough stock to cover the demand.3. How capital cities have fared over the last 40 yearsCate shares some interesting data collected from the REIA showing annual value growth for each capital city since 1980. Whilst a 1% differential in annual growth compounded over 40 years will make a significant difference to the end result, it's important to remember that there are many facets to consider when investing, such as vacancy rates, insurances, maintenance costs and rental returns. Although one capital city may have performed better than another over the long-term, price points are significant and could mean that it's better to purchase a high-quality asset in a lower performing city vs a low-quality asset in a high-performing city.4. Market cycle trendsThe trio discuss the trends in market peaks, which cities were the first to move and how these moves correlate with population size for the corresponding cities.5. Taking a critical eye to data and median valuesThe trio discuss data and differences between the nation's data houses: REIA, ABS and CoreLogic. As an interesting note, Brisbane is gaining on Melbourne in median values for all dwellings, but a closer look at the data shows that it's not all that it seems...6. Rollercoaster rentsThe trio discuss the case of Darwin which has had large swings in annualised rents over the last year, resembling one of the scariest roller coasters in the theme park. Melbourne units lead the charge for rental increases, which suggests that people are migrating back to the city and a supply-side issue could be brewing. To add to the pressure cooker, vacancy rates tighten further across most capitals. How will this impact the property market and who are the buyers likely to jump into the fray? Stay tuned to find out.7. Listings follow the annual trend and dwelling sales return to normalcyFollowing the usual seasonal winter trajectory, listings have dropped in Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide and Canberra. The trio discuss the curious case of Hobart, which has seen a very large increase in listings year on year. Although being a smaller city, it doesn't take many transactions to register some serious numbers. In terms of dwelling sales, the figures are tracking back towards the 5-year average, after a spike in activity last year following an uptake in lifestyle decisions that were put on hold during covid.8. Consumer sentiment bodes well for inflationThe trio discuss the latest data on consumer sentiment, which shows a reluctance on the part of consumers to buy major household items. This indicates that the RBA 125 basis point rate movement is taking effect and consumers are now watching the hip-pocket and cutting back on spending. Could this also be attributed to the increased cost of living though? The time to buy a dwelling index has reached a new low post the GFC and the trio discuss an increasing chasm in sentiment between male and female purchasers.9. Will the RBA oversteer the ship again on inflation?David explains why the Australian economy is particularly sensitive to interest rate changes, compared with other countries. This means that any rate changes are likely to have a big and fast impact, as is already showing in the consumer sentiment data, with willingness to spend dropping significantly. Ideally the RBA will not raise rates more than 0.25% next month or even, dare we say it, take a break. The trio discuss a significant hurdle and structural weakness with inflation data, it is simply too old! By the time the RBA knows what's happening with inflation, it's too late.10. Lending indicators and the three-year bond yieldNot much has changed over May, although we expect to see a shift towards investors in the coming months as home purchasers elect to wait and see. The three-year bond yield peaked on 20th of June and has started to drop slightly since, which indicates that the market is starting to draw back predictions on how high rates will rise.Visit the show notes - https://propertyplanning.com.au/market-update-june-22-why-the-rba-needs-to-be-mindful-of-going-too-hard-too-fast-on-rate-increases-top-capital-city-performers-over-the-last-40-years-why-median-values-cant-be-tru/

TD Ameritrade Network
Cautious Optimism & Stock Picks: LDOS, NVDA, MRVL, OXY

TD Ameritrade Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 6:29


The stock market today rallied higher following the Retail Sales and Consumer Sentiment data. "We had positive economic data that was released. We will continue to see volatile markets. Market sentiment has become too negative and I remain cautiously optimistic. I see a recession in the first half of 2023, but I don't think it will be a particularly difficult one. The S&P 500 will end the year around 4,150,"says Shana Sissel. Sissel then provides her stock picks which include Leidos Holdings (LDOS), Nvidia (NVDA), Marvell Technology (MRVL), and Occidental Petroleum (OXY).

Launch Financial with Brad Sherman.
Ep. 97 Launch Financial-Consumer Sentiment on Amazon Prime Day

Launch Financial with Brad Sherman.

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 11:50


Overview: Join us on this week's episode of Launch Financial as we discuss consumer sentiment on Amazon Prime Day, mortgage rates dropping to 2008 levels, and thoughts as we await inflation data. For questions or inquiries on the podcast, email info@shermanwealth.com    Show Notes: 

The Property Couch
RBA Cash Rate July 2022: Yet Another Cash Hike BUT Why Consumer Sentiment is not as bad as it seems?

The Property Couch

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 43:24


And just like that, we're back with another jam-packed economic and RBA update!   This month saw the RBA lift cash rates by yet another 50 basis points, bringing the cash rate to 1.35% – the biggest month-on-month increase in [...] CONTINUE READING The post RBA Cash Rate July 2022: Yet Another Cash Hike BUT Why Consumer Sentiment is not as bad as it seems? appeared first on The Property Couch.

Launch Financial with Brad Sherman.
Ep. 95 Launch Financial-Consumer Sentiment As Recession Looms

Launch Financial with Brad Sherman.

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 10:45


Overview: Tune into this week's episode of Launch Financial as we discuss a consumer sentiment as a recession looms along with cooling home prices in April. Email info@shermanwealth.com with questions or thoughts.    Show Notes:

Kitchen Table Finance
Dealing with High Inflation

Kitchen Table Finance

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 25:53


Join Nick and Dave as they discuss the increasingly high inflation rate. Here are some other resources for you: Worsening Inflation, Consumer Sentiment, and the Markets Bull and Bear Market Cycles   About Shotwell Rutter Baer Shotwell Rutter Baer is proud to be an independent, fee-only registered investment advisory firm. This means that we are […]

Moody's Talks - Inside Economics
Negative Sentiment and New Statistics Champion

Moody's Talks - Inside Economics

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 44:37


Julia Coronado, President and Founder, MacroPolicy Perspectives, joins the podcast to discuss whether we can talk ourselves into a recession, the mixed messages on consumer sentiment and what the odds a downturn are. She also crushes the statistics game. 

RHP Market Talk
Revenge of the Old Economy.

RHP Market Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 31:24 Transcription Available


Natalie Picha, Glenn Royal and Jason Strzyzewski discuss all time lows in consumer sentiment, record inflation and the Federal Reserve's largest interest rate hike since 1994. How does this all affect the average investor?  Well you wouldn't be human if you didn't fear loss. The old economy is back!Get to know us at: www.royalharborpartners.com

The Newsmax Daily with Rob Carson
Lowest Consumer Sentiment Since 1952!!

The Newsmax Daily with Rob Carson

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 125:39


They can run but they cant hide. A staggering 91% of Americans have the same growing concern. The Biden administration is feeling the pressure from all sides, and the cracks are showing. White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre is being cornered on a daily basis over America's number one concern: Inflation. Their response? To deny it is happening. Rob exposes the liars on Capitol Hill and is also joined by conservative activist Rogan O'Handley to discuss the woke generation's outcries getting flushed down the toilet To call in and speak with Rob Carson live on the show, dial 1-800-922-6680 between the hours of 12 Noon and 3:00 pm Eastern Time Monday through Friday… E-mail Rob Carson at : RCarson@newsmax.com Looking for Newsmax caps, tees, mugs & more? Check out the Newsmax merchandise shop at : http://nws.mx/shop Download the free Newsmax app at www.newsmaxtv.com/app or go to www.NewsmaxTV.com to get the real news!  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The TreppWire Podcast
Unpacking The Fed Decision; CREFC Sentiment; Making Sense Of The Gloom & Doom

The TreppWire Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 49:07


In this week's episode of The TreppWire Podcast, the team unpacks the Fed's decision. We dive into key takeaways from CREFC's conference in NYC that ended this week. Next, we highlight cap rates, CMBS maturity, volatility, and the sentiment of the market. Later, we discussed retail news, malls, father's day and softball pitches.  Tune in now. Episode Notes: Market Updates (00:49) Lenders and borrowers (9:47) CREFC Round-up (14:55) Consumer Sentiment (28:14) Greenshoots (37:14) Crabgrass (42:01) Deal of the Week (44:18)Shoutouts (45:44)

The Money
Consumer sentiment, the cost of gun violence in the US and the price of vegetables

The Money

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 28:37


Interest rates are rising and not just in Australia. So how do people feel about the economy and their own financial situation? Bill Evans, Chief Economist at Westpac, talks about consumer sentiment. The tragedy of gun violence in the US is impossible to measure, but what about the economic cost? Ted Miller from the Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation has been crunching the data with a price tag of $557 billion based on 2019 figures. And what factors are contributing to the skyrocketing prices of our daily greens? Supply chain expert, Flavio Macau from the Edith Cowan University's School of Business and Law helps us digest why certain vegetables have become top shelf expensive.

Lance Roberts' Real Investment Hour
What's the Best Measure of Inflation: CPI, PPI, or PCE?

Lance Roberts' Real Investment Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 47:53


(6/14/22) Markets technically enter bear territory, but a longer perspective belies the angst; gauging the markets' response to inflation (which will reverse); what the Fed Whisper says about a 75-bp rate hike; the faster the Fed raises rates, the higher the volatility; CPI, PPI, or PCE: What's the best measure of inflation? When will inflation end? Senior gifts; stock buy-back blackout period; Lance's Narci-drone; the love affair w Cryptocurrency: The Thrill is Gone. SEG-1: Markets "Technically" Enter Bear Territory SEG-2: What the Fed Whisperer Says About Interest Rates SEG-3: CPI, PPI, & PCE: Measuring Inflation SEG-4: How Stock Buy-back Blackout Impacts Markets Hosted by RIA Advisors Chief Investment Strategist Lance Roberts, CIO -------- Watch today's show on our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_YO9VSoXnZ4&list=PLVT8LcWPeAugpcGzM8hHyEP11lE87RYPe&index=1&t=2801s -------- Our Latest "Three Minutes on Markets & Money: Should You Buy the Rip?" is here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hQKHViTPWAg&list=PLVT8LcWPeAujOhIFDH3jRhuLDpscQaq16&index=1 -------- Our previous show, "Consumer Sentiment at Lower Levels Now than in Financial Crisis," is here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cSFzZvG4IW8&list=PLVT8LcWPeAugpcGzM8hHyEP11lE87RYPe&index=1 -------- Articles mentioned in this podcast: "The Consumer is Getting Squeezed:" https://realinvestmentadvice.com/the-consumer-is-getting-squeezed InvestorProtection.org -------- Get more info & commentary: https://realinvestmentadvice.com/newsletter/ -------- SUBSCRIBE to The Real Investment Show here: http://www.youtube.com/c/TheRealInvestmentShow -------- Visit our Site: www.realinvestmentadvice.com Contact Us: 1-855-RIA-PLAN -------- Subscribe to RIA Pro: https://riapro.net/home -------- Connect with us on social: https://twitter.com/RealInvAdvice https://twitter.com/LanceRoberts https://www.facebook.com/RealInvestmentAdvice/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/realinvestmentadvice/ #Inflation #CPI #FederalReserve #Gasoline #PPI #PCE #FedWhisperer #Markets #Money #investing

The Real Investment Show Podcast
What's the Best Measure of Inflation: CPI, PPI, or PCE?

The Real Investment Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 47:54


(6/14/22) Markets technically enter bear territory, but a longer perspective belies the angst; gauging the markets' response to inflation (which will reverse); what the Fed Whisper says about a 75-bp rate hike; the faster the Fed raises rates, the higher the volatility; CPI, PPI, or PCE: What's the best measure of inflation? When will inflation end? Senior gifts; stock buy-back blackout period; Lance's Narci-drone; the love affair w Cryptocurrency: The Thrill is Gone. SEG-1: Markets "Technically" Enter Bear Territory SEG-2: What the Fed Whisperer Says About Interest Rates SEG-3: CPI, PPI, & PCE: Measuring Inflation SEG-4: How Stock Buy-back Blackout Impacts Markets Hosted by RIA Advisors Chief Investment Strategist Lance Roberts, CIO -------- Watch today's show on our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_YO9VSoXnZ4&list=PLVT8LcWPeAugpcGzM8hHyEP11lE87RYPe&index=1&t=2801s -------- Our Latest "Three Minutes on Markets & Money: Should You Buy the Rip?" is here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hQKHViTPWAg&list=PLVT8LcWPeAujOhIFDH3jRhuLDpscQaq16&index=1 -------- Our previous show, "Consumer Sentiment at Lower Levels Now than in Financial Crisis," is here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cSFzZvG4IW8&list=PLVT8LcWPeAugpcGzM8hHyEP11lE87RYPe&index=1 -------- Articles mentioned in this podcast: "The Consumer is Getting Squeezed:" https://realinvestmentadvice.com/the-consumer-is-getting-squeezed InvestorProtection.org -------- Get more info & commentary: https://realinvestmentadvice.com/newsletter/ -------- SUBSCRIBE to The Real Investment Show here: http://www.youtube.com/c/TheRealInvestmentShow -------- Visit our Site: www.realinvestmentadvice.com Contact Us: 1-855-RIA-PLAN -------- Subscribe to RIA Pro: https://riapro.net/home -------- Connect with us on social: https://twitter.com/RealInvAdvice https://twitter.com/LanceRoberts https://www.facebook.com/RealInvestmentAdvice/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/realinvestmentadvice/ #Inflation #CPI #FederalReserve #Gasoline #PPI #PCE #FedWhisperer #Markets #Money #investing

Thoughts on the Market
Mike Wilson: The Decline in Consumer Sentiment

Thoughts on the Market

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 3:57 Very Popular


With consumer sentiment hitting an all time low due to inflation concerns, the question investors should be asking is, are these risks to the economy properly priced into the market?-----Transcript-----Welcome to Thoughts on the Market. I'm Mike Wilson, Chief Investment Officer and Chief U.S. Equity Strategist for Morgan Stanley. Along with my colleagues bringing you a variety of perspectives, I'll be talking about the latest trends in the financial marketplace. It's Monday, June 13th, at 11 a.m. in New York. So let's get after it. Over time, the lion's share of stock returns is determined by earnings growth if one assumes that valuations are relatively stable. However, valuations are not stable and often hard to predict. In our experience, most investors don't spend nearly as much time trying to predict multiples as they do earnings. This is probably because it's hard to do consistently, and there are so many methodologies it's often difficult to know if you are using the right one. For equity strategists, predicting valuations is core to the job, so we spend a lot of time on it. Our methodology is fairly simple. There are just two components to our method; 10 year Treasury yields and the equity risk premium. At the end of last year, we argued the P/E at 21x was too high. From our vantage point, both ten year Treasury yields and the equity risk premium appeared to be mispriced. Treasury yields are more levered to inflation expectations and Fed policy. At year end 10 year Treasuries did not properly reflect the risk of higher inflation or the Fed's reaction to it. Today, we would argue it's not the case. In fact, 10 year Treasury yields may be pricing too much Fed tightening if growth continues to erode and recession risks increase further. In contrast to Treasury yields, the equity risk premium is largely a reflection of growth expectations. When growth is accelerating, the equity risk premium tends to be lower and vice versa. At year end, the equity risk premium is 315 basis points, well below the average of 375 basis points over the past 15 years. In short, the equity risk remaining was not reflecting the rising risks to growth that we expected coming into this year. Fast forward to today and the equity risk premium is even lower at just 300 basis points. Given the rising risk of slowing growth in earnings, this part of the price earnings ratio seems more mispriced today than 6 months ago. At the end of the day, we think 3400 represents a much better level of support for the S&P 500 and an area we would consider getting bullish. Last Friday, consumer sentiment in the U.S. hit an all time low due largely to concerns inflation is here to stay. This has been one of our greatest concerns this year with respect to demand and one of the areas we received the most pushback. We continually hear from many clients that the consumer is in such great shape due to the excess savings still available in checking accounts. However, this view does not take into account savings in stocks, bonds, cryptocurrencies and other assets, which are down significantly this year. Furthermore, while most consumers have more cash on hand than pre-COVID, that cash just isn't going as far as it used to, and that is likely to restrain discretionary spending. Finally, we think it's important to point out that the latest reading is the lowest on record, and 45% lower than during the last time the Fed embarked on such an aggressive tightening campaign, and was able to orchestrate a soft landing. In other words, the consumer was in much better shape back then, and that probably helped the economy to stabilize and avoid a recession. Let's also keep in mind that inflation was dormant in 1994 relative to today and allowed the Fed to pause, a luxury they clearly do not have now given Friday's red hot Consumer Price Index report. Bottom line, the drop in sentiment not only poses a risk to the economy and market from a demand standpoint, but coupled with Friday's CPI print keeps the Fed on a hawkish path to fight inflation. In such an environment, we continue to recommend equity investors keep a defensive bias with overweighting utilities, health care and REITs until the price or earnings expectations come down further. Thanks for listening. If you enjoy Thoughts on the Market, please take a moment to rate and review us on the Apple Podcast app. It helps more people to find the show.

Lance Roberts' Real Investment Hour
Consumer Sentiment at Lower Levels Now than in Financial Crisis

Lance Roberts' Real Investment Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 47:54


(6/13/22) Inflation is hotter than expected--IRS increasing mileage allowance in mid-year; largest inflation gauge is Homeowners' Equivalent Rent--w a 3-mo lag; Bitcoin sustained a 25% bloodbath over the weekend; inflation is hitting everything: Lottery Tickets, gasoline, Beer, Costco Peanut butter; Biden polling at all time lows; consumer sentiment at lower levels than in Financial Crisis; McDonald's quest for profitability; job hopping at restaurants; fallacies of oil companies' profits: inflation breaks things; markets' biggest problem is lack of clarity; bear markets don't end while everyone still wants to buy. Inflation is driving everything; GAO: 20% of PPP payments were fraudulent; Geico's lawsuit loss; Demand for random crap as indicator. SEG-1: Hotter Inflation & Bitcoin Bloodbath SEG-2: Lottery Tickets, Gasoline, & Beer: Inflation everywhere SEG-3: McDonald's Better Bad Choices for Profitability SEG-4: Inflation & the Demand for Random Crap Hosted by RIA Advisors Chief Investment Strategist Lance Roberts, CIO -------- Watch today's show on our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cSFzZvG4IW8&list=PLVT8LcWPeAugpcGzM8hHyEP11lE87RYPe&index=1 -------- Our Latest "Three Minutes on Markets & Money: Will the Fed Be More Aggressive?" is here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pjhj5Ai7Yyo&list=PLVT8LcWPeAujOhIFDH3jRhuLDpscQaq16&index=1 -------- Our previous show, "How the Consumer is Getting Squeezed," https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S82YQo2N_vA&list=PLVT8LcWPeAugpcGzM8hHyEP11lE87RYPe&index=1 -------- Articles mentioned in this podcast: "The Consumer is Getting Squeezed:" https://realinvestmentadvice.com/the-consumer-is-getting-squeezed InvestorProtection.org -------- Get more info & commentary: https://realinvestmentadvice.com/newsletter/ -------- SUBSCRIBE to The Real Investment Show here: http://www.youtube.com/c/TheRealInvestmentShow -------- Visit our Site: www.realinvestmentadvice.com Contact Us: 1-855-RIA-PLAN -------- Subscribe to RIA Pro: https://riapro.net/home -------- Connect with us on social: https://twitter.com/RealInvAdvice https://twitter.com/LanceRoberts https://www.facebook.com/RealInvestmentAdvice/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/realinvestmentadvice/ #Inflation #CPI #FederalReserve #Gasoline #Peanut_butter #Geico #McDonalds #Markets #Money #investing

American Institute for Economic Research
Inflation Fears Send Consumer Sentiment Plunging to a Record Low in Early June By Robert Hughes

American Institute for Economic Research

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 4:33


“Consumer sentiment plunged to a record low in early June and is consistent with prior recessions. Inflation is a driver of weakening consumer attitudes and contributing to elevated risks. The outlook is highly uncertain.” ~ Robert Hughes

The Real Investment Show Podcast
Consumer Sentiment at Lower Levels Now than in Financial Crisis

The Real Investment Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 47:55


(6/13/22) Inflation is hotter than expected--IRS increasing mileage allowance in mid-year; largest inflation gauge is Homeowners' Equivalent Rent--w a 3-mo lag; Bitcoin sustained a 25% bloodbath over the weekend; inflation is hitting everything: Lottery Tickets, gasoline, Beer, Costco Peanut butter; Biden polling at all time lows; consumer sentiment at lower levels than in Financial Crisis; McDonald's quest for profitability; job hopping at restaurants; fallacies of oil companies' profits: inflation breaks things; markets' biggest problem is lack of clarity; bear markets don't end while everyone still wants to buy. Inflation is driving everything; GAO: 20% of PPP payments were fraudulent; Geico's lawsuit loss; Demand for random crap as indicator. SEG-1: Hotter Inflation & Bitcoin Bloodbath SEG-2: Lottery Tickets, Gasoline, & Beer: Inflation everywhere SEG-3: McDonald's Better Bad Choices for Profitability SEG-4: Inflation & the Demand for Random Crap Hosted by RIA Advisors Chief Investment Strategist Lance Roberts, CIO -------- Watch today's show on our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cSFzZvG4IW8&list=PLVT8LcWPeAugpcGzM8hHyEP11lE87RYPe&index=1 -------- Our Latest "Three Minutes on Markets & Money: Will the Fed Be More Aggressive?" is here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pjhj5Ai7Yyo&list=PLVT8LcWPeAujOhIFDH3jRhuLDpscQaq16&index=1 -------- Our previous show, "How the Consumer is Getting Squeezed," https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S82YQo2N_vA&list=PLVT8LcWPeAugpcGzM8hHyEP11lE87RYPe&index=1 -------- Articles mentioned in this podcast: "The Consumer is Getting Squeezed:" https://realinvestmentadvice.com/the-consumer-is-getting-squeezed InvestorProtection.org -------- Get more info & commentary: https://realinvestmentadvice.com/newsletter/ -------- SUBSCRIBE to The Real Investment Show here: http://www.youtube.com/c/TheRealInvestmentShow -------- Visit our Site: www.realinvestmentadvice.com Contact Us: 1-855-RIA-PLAN -------- Subscribe to RIA Pro: https://riapro.net/home -------- Connect with us on social: https://twitter.com/RealInvAdvice https://twitter.com/LanceRoberts https://www.facebook.com/RealInvestmentAdvice/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/realinvestmentadvice/ #Inflation #CPI #FederalReserve #Gasoline #Peanut_butter #Geico #McDonalds #Markets #Money #investing

Thoughts on the Market
Robert Rosener: The Continued Rise in Inflation

Thoughts on the Market

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 3:24 Very Popular


As inflation continues to rise beyond expectations, the Fed is set to meet next week, leaving markets to wonder if an acceleration in rate hikes might be in store this summer.-----Transcript-----Welcome to Thoughts on the Market. I'm Robert Rosner, Senior U.S. Economist for Morgan Stanley Research. Along with my colleagues, bringing you a variety of perspectives, I'll be talking about this morning's inflation data and how that may impact Fed discussions at next week's FOMC meeting. It's Friday, June 10th, at 2 p.m. in New York. This morning, we received the Consumer Price Index data for May that showed a faster than anticipated increase in both headline and core inflation. Inflation continues to be lifted by high food and energy prices, and the combination of the two have pushed inflation up to a new high on a year over year basis, to. 8.6%. That rise in inflation reflects not just gains in food and energy prices, but extremely broad based increases under the surface, with core goods prices continuing to reaccelerate and core services prices also remaining strong, reflecting continued upside in travel related airfares and hotels. While other factors like rents and owners' equivalent rents both jumped. Rents in particular posted their fastest sequential month on month pace of increase since 1987. That's really impo the Fed next week because this sets a tone of inflation that remains very elevated as the Fed sits down to discuss its policy. Moreover, many, including ourselves, had been expecting that the peak for inflation on a year over year basis would have been registered back in March. But today's data showed that CPI has reached a new high on a year over year basis. That raises uncertainty about the outlook for inflation. And Fed policymakers have expressed some concern about the possibility for some underlying reacceleration in inflation. We also saw at the same time that data from the University of Michigan Survey of Consumer Sentiment showed that both short and longer term household expectations for inflation have been on the rise. So the risks around inflation remain high, and as the Fed sits down next week policymakers are likely to see inflation as remaining a top of mind topic. We have been expecting the Fed to pursue a series of 50 basis point rate hikes as the FOMC seeks to tighten financial conditions in order to slow demand and eventually slow inflation. And markets after the inflation data moved very quickly to price in an even more hawkish path for Fed policy, with some risk that a 50 basis point rate hike might not be enough and that there might be some chance that the Fed could deliver a 75 basis point rate hike at some point over the summer. We'll hear from policymakers next week as to whether or not an acceleration in the pace of rate hikes is something that they see as an attractive option. But the bottom line here is the Fed's work is far from done. Inflation remains high, incoming data suggests that growth has moderated, but has not slowed enough to feel confident that inflation is likely to follow. It's going to be a tricky summer for Fed policymakers, and a tricky summer for data watchers as well, because each incremental inflation data point is likely to inform how Fed policymakers are likely to react and what that path for rate hikes is likely to look like over the summer and into the fall. Thank you for listening. If you enjoy the show, please leave us a review on Apple Podcasts, and share Thoughts on the Market with a friend or colleague today.

The Moneywise Guys
6/7/22 Where did the $5 trillion in pandemic stimulus go and consumer sentiment is super low

The Moneywise Guys

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 48:20


The Moneywise Guys Tuesday, June 7th BE MONEYWISE. Moneywise Wealth Management I "The Moneywise Guys" podcast call: 661-847-1000 text in anytime: 661-396-1000 email: info@moneywiseguys.com website: www.MoneywiseGuys.com

The Kevin Jackson Show
Ep. 22-212 - Perception of Power

The Kevin Jackson Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2022 38:40


In this episode, the perception of power in the word, womxn. The Consumer Sentiment index drops to 58.40 in one month. What changes you?

DRUNKENOMICS
Summer Brakes on Consumer Sentiment

DRUNKENOMICS

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2022 41:44


The consumer sentiment index came in at it's 12-year lows upon the release of April's print. Although the index doesn't tell the whole economic story, it does have it's influence on inventories, manufacturing output, and even employment. So how is this thing measured and how significant is it to our GDP? Find us on Twitter, Instagram, & Facebook @DRUNKENOMICAL Merch: Drunkenomics.myspreadshop.com Patreon: patreon.com/drunkenomics Stay drunkenomical y'all!

The Barron Report
207. Chipotle Consumer Sentiment Falls Again

The Barron Report

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 16:24


Shares of Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc. CMG, -5.23% shed 5.23% to $1,252.89 Wednesday. Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc. closed $705.66 short of its 52-week high ($1,958.55), which the company achieved on September 23rd.The stock underperformed when compared to some of its competitors Wednesday, as McDonald's Corp. MCD, -4.38% fell 4.38% to $231.05, Yum! Brands Inc. YUM, -2.68% fell 2.68% to $109.46, and Domino's Pizza Inc. DPZ, -2.51% fell 2.51% to $328.02. Trading volume (306,196) eclipsed its 50-day average volume of 267,893.Chipotle Hiring IssuesA recent report, titled “Unequal Opportunity: Uncovering Discrimination in Hiring at Chipotle Mexican Grill” reached disturbing conclusions, according to experts. Specifically, of the applications submitted in 37 states over a three-week period in February, white applicants heard back from recruiters about “significantly” more jobs than Black applicants, the report found.Pricing Starting to Affect SentimentFinance chief Jack Hartung said the chain has raised prices by about 10% for the 12 months through Q1 compared to 2% in a typical year all at the same time Chipotle continues to see falling consumer satisfaction. Foodable Labs reported the third quarter in a row with falling brand sentiment specifically related to order accuracy and the lack of food quality. Current Q2 has the brand's overall sentiment rating at 76.98 the lowest in the history of the brand.Overall SentimentFood Quality 75.91 (Down YOY)Food Value 73.71 (Down YOY)Food Accuracy 72.06 (Down YOY)Source - Foodable LabsHartung isn't certain that the current leveling off signals a full reprieve. “I'd love it to be that inflation continues to pause and that our ingredient costs are stable here on out and I'd love to be able to say six months from now that we've not increased our prices,” Hartung said. “But we'll see. It all just depends on the inflationary environment.”

Rethinking the Dollar
Consumer Sentiment Tanks, JP Confirmed & Markets Reverse = Fake Out | The Mike & Mario Show

Rethinking the Dollar

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 48:50


The UMich Sentiment Slumps Back To 11 Year Lows As #Inflation Fears Surge. Yesterday the Senate confirms Jerome Powell for the second term as Fed Chair. The #energy crisis elevates with the Gulf State OPEC Members Sounding the Alarm About Dwindling Global Energy Capacity.

Marketplace Minute
Inflation weighs on consumer sentiment - Closing Bell - Marketplace Minute - May 13, 2022

Marketplace Minute

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 1:50


Stocks rise; consumer sentiment falls in May; import prices flat in April; diesel prices higher

Financial Sense(R) Newshour
Global Consumer Sentiment Readings at Recessionary Levels, Says Alexander Ineichen (Preview)

Financial Sense(R) Newshour

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 0:32


May 12 – FS Insider speaks with Alexander Ineichen at Ineichen Research and Management out of Zug, Switzerland to discuss his most recent report covering global consumer sentiment levels, high... Subscribe to our premium weekday podcasts: https://www.financialsense.com/subscribe

Talking Biotech Podcast
Consumer Sentiment and Gene Editing

Talking Biotech Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 16, 2022 47:08 Very Popular


Gene editing with CRISPR/Cas, TALEN or other tools allows scientists to make directed and precise changes in DNA.  The technologies promise to transform agriculture and medicine. But the application of these technologies hinges on consumer sentiment. Dr. Brandon Mc Fadden is an agricultural economist that specializes in understanding what makes consumers tick. We have a conversation about gene editing, public sentiment, and how it varies between agriculture and medicine. 

Marketplace Minute
Consumer sentiment jumps, despite inflation - Closing Bell - Marketplace Minute - April 14, 2022

Marketplace Minute

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 14, 2022 1:50


Stocks close down; spending on gas rises nearly nine percent; consumer sentiment rises by over 10 percent; mortgage rates hit 5 percent