Watch Fed Chair Jerome Powell testify before Congress live

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Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell testifies Wednesday before the Joint Economic Committee of Congress.
The occasion will give legislators the chance to question Powell on the state of the economy and where he sees interest rates heading.
Central bankers this year have approved three rate cuts as part of a “mid-cycle adjustment” as growth has slowed in 2019.
After the Fed approved its most recent cut in late October, off
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Watch Fed Chair Jerome Powell testify before Congress live

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Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell testifies Wednesday before the Joint Economic Committee of Congress.

The occasion will give legislators the chance to question Powell on the state of the economy and where he sees interest rates heading. Central bankers this year have approved three rate cuts as part of a “mid-cycle adjustment” as growth has slowed in 2019.

After the Fed approved its most recent cut in late October, officials indicated that the moves likely are done for now as they view growth stable. President Donald Trump has been a frequent Fed critic, saying Tuesday in New York that nine previous rate hikes “were far too fast an increase” followed by “far too slow a decrease.”

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Carbon emission cost for automakers ‘far from fully appreciated,’ says Morgan Stanley’s Adam Jonas

Passenger vehicles will account for about 7% of global carbon emissions in 2020, and as carbon costs increase this could seriously impact automakers’ bottom line, according to Morgan Stanley. “In a world where the price of carbon emissions rises, the impact of such numbers on financial results and investment performance may be significant,” Morgan Stanley auto analyst Adam Jonas said in a note to clients Wednesday.


Passenger vehicles will account for about 7% of global carbon emissions in 2020, and as carbon costs increase this could seriously impact automakers’ bottom line, according to Morgan Stanley.
“In a world where the price of carbon emissions rises, the impact of such numbers on financial results and investment performance may be significant,” Morgan Stanley auto analyst Adam Jonas said in a note to clients Wednesday.
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Carbon emission cost for automakers 'far from fully appreciated,' says Morgan Stanley's Adam Jonas

Passenger vehicles will account for about 7% of global carbon emissions in 2020, and as carbon costs increase this could seriously impact automakers’ bottom line, according to Morgan Stanley.

“In a world where the price of carbon emissions rises, the impact of such numbers on financial results and investment performance may be significant,” Morgan Stanley auto analyst Adam Jonas said in a note to clients Wednesday.


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Carbon emission cost for automakers ‘far from fully appreciated,’ says Morgan Stanley’s Adam Jonas

Passenger vehicles will account for about 7% of global carbon emissions in 2020, and as carbon costs increase this could seriously impact automakers’ bottom line, according to Morgan Stanley. “In a world where the price of carbon emissions rises, the impact of such numbers on financial results and investment performance may be significant,” Morgan Stanley auto analyst Adam Jonas said in a note to clients Wednesday.


Passenger vehicles will account for about 7% of global carbon emissions in 2020, and as carbon costs increase this could seriously impact automakers’ bottom line, according to Morgan Stanley.
“In a world where the price of carbon emissions rises, the impact of such numbers on financial results and investment performance may be significant,” Morgan Stanley auto analyst Adam Jonas said in a note to clients Wednesday.
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Carbon emission cost for automakers 'far from fully appreciated,' says Morgan Stanley's Adam Jonas

Passenger vehicles will account for about 7% of global carbon emissions in 2020, and as carbon costs increase this could seriously impact automakers’ bottom line, according to Morgan Stanley.

“In a world where the price of carbon emissions rises, the impact of such numbers on financial results and investment performance may be significant,” Morgan Stanley auto analyst Adam Jonas said in a note to clients Wednesday.


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Stocks have gone too far, too fast and may need to take a rest, Wall Street market analysts say

REUTERS/Brendan McDermid Brendan McDermid | ReutersAfter pushing to record highs, stocks have moved too far, too fast and could pull back before they move much further ahead. Stocks closed mixed Tuesday, with the Dow up 0.1% at a record 27,492, but the S&P 500 down 0.1% at 3,074 in a rest from its recent break to record highs. Stocks overbought”The S&P could easily pull back to 3,045 to 3,055. Stocks bottomed on Dec. 26, 2018 in a crushing sell-off that took the S&P 500 to 2,346. According to a


REUTERS/Brendan McDermid Brendan McDermid | ReutersAfter pushing to record highs, stocks have moved too far, too fast and could pull back before they move much further ahead.
Stocks closed mixed Tuesday, with the Dow up 0.1% at a record 27,492, but the S&P 500 down 0.1% at 3,074 in a rest from its recent break to record highs.
Stocks overbought”The S&P could easily pull back to 3,045 to 3,055.
Stocks bottomed on Dec. 26, 2018 in a crushing sell-off that took the S&P 500 to 2,346.
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Stocks have gone too far, too fast and may need to take a rest, Wall Street market analysts say

Traders work on the floor at the New York Stock Exchange, October 3, 2019. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid Brendan McDermid | Reuters

After pushing to record highs, stocks have moved too far, too fast and could pull back before they move much further ahead. Stocks closed mixed Tuesday, with the Dow up 0.1% at a record 27,492, but the S&P 500 down 0.1% at 3,074 in a rest from its recent break to record highs. Nasdaq was at a record 8,434, up fractionally. Futures were little changed on Wednesday.

Stocks overbought

“The S&P could easily pull back to 3,045 to 3,055. If this rally is going to stay intact, it shouldn’t go much lower than that. We might need to retest 3,050ish before we reach higher highs,” said Scott Redler, partner with T3Live.com, who watches short-term technicals. Lori Calvasina, chief equity strategist at RBC, said she would not be surprised to see a somewhat bigger sell-off, just based on how much stocks have run from the late 2018 low without a major correction. Stocks bottomed on Dec. 26, 2018 in a crushing sell-off that took the S&P 500 to 2,346. Now, at Tuesday’s close of 3,074, the S&P is up 30.77% since that low and is sitting about 3 points from its record high, set Monday. Year-to-date, the S&P is up 22.6%. “We’re not at the 12-month mark yet, and we feel the market got ahead of itself a little in the short-term,” said Calvasina. Her year-end target for the S&P is 2,950. “I would say there are some people out there with much lower forecasts than ours. We don’t consider ourselves to be bearish. We consider ourselves to be neutral.” According to a CNBC survey, the median target of Wall Street analysts is 3,000 for the S&P 500 at year end..

Mild pullback would be ‘in line’

“We do think there’s an opportunity for a pullback here. We had three this year in the 4% to 7% range. It would be in-line to get another mild pullback,” said Calvasina. Calvasina explained that following the last three major corrections in 2010, 2011 and 2016, the market gained an average 29.7% before selling off. The S&P is now outpacing that average gains and is up 30.77% since hitting bottom last December. For the year-to-date, the S&P is up 22.6%. “It feels like there’s a fear of missing out…We felt the same thing back in July,” Calvasina said. Stocks sold off in August, after reaching new highs in July. The small cap Russell 2000 is still about 8% from its record high, and it ended Tuesday up 0.1% at 1,599, just below the psychological 1,600 level. “Small caps have moved, but it hasn’t been a clean breakout,” she said. “They’re trying to take over leadership but they haven’t done it in a sustained way.” She said small caps still have to prove themselves. “It seems that part of the market is better than the rest of it,” she said adding she looks at positioning and other data. Based on valuation, they are very cheap, she said.

Rally into year-end


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Here’s the tax bill on Powerball, Mega Millions jackpots so far this year

For Mega Millions — with winning jackpots ranging from $168 million to $522 million — winners’ cash options have totaled $1.06 billion. The 24% federal tax withholding totaled $254.3 million, reducing the collective take to $805.75 million. Powerball winners’ cash options also have totaled just over $1 billion, with jackpot amounts ranging from $80 million to $768.4 million. Of course, those lottery wins contribute just a drip in the federal tax bucket. Depending on where the ticket was purchase


For Mega Millions — with winning jackpots ranging from $168 million to $522 million — winners’ cash options have totaled $1.06 billion.
The 24% federal tax withholding totaled $254.3 million, reducing the collective take to $805.75 million.
Powerball winners’ cash options also have totaled just over $1 billion, with jackpot amounts ranging from $80 million to $768.4 million.
Of course, those lottery wins contribute just a drip in the federal tax bucket.
Depending on where the ticket was purchase
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Here's the tax bill on Powerball, Mega Millions jackpots so far this year

If you hate paying taxes, at least it’s a reason to pretend you’re glad you never win big in the lottery. So far this year, the 12 winners who have hit Powerball and Mega Millions jackpots — worth an advertised $3.3 billion in all — have collectively fed roughly $505.5 million to the IRS. And that won’t be the last of it. “There is still a sizable tax bill coming, for sure,” said April Walker, lead manager for tax practices & ethics at the American Institute of CPAs. Whether winners go with the immediate, reduced cash option (most do) or an annuity stretched across three decades, 24% is withheld for federal taxes. Yet because the top tax rate of 37% is applied to income above $510,300 (single tax filers) and $612,350 (married couples filing jointly), more will be owed at tax time.

A customer purchases Powerball lottery tickets for a $700 million jackpot at a newsstand in New York City, August 23, 2017. Brendan McDermid | Reuters

So far this year, Powerball and Mega Millions have each had six jackpot winners. In all instances, the cash option was chosen instead of the annuity. For Mega Millions — with winning jackpots ranging from $168 million to $522 million — winners’ cash options have totaled $1.06 billion. The 24% federal tax withholding totaled $254.3 million, reducing the collective take to $805.75 million. Powerball winners’ cash options also have totaled just over $1 billion, with jackpot amounts ranging from $80 million to $768.4 million. After the 24% federal withholding of $251.1 million, winners were left with $789.9 million. For illustration purposes: If winners were unable to reduce their taxable income at all, another 13% — the difference between the 24% withheld and the top tax rate of 37% — would be due to Uncle Sam. Collectively, that would be another $273.9 million or so going to federal coffers ($779.4 million altogether). Of course, those lottery wins contribute just a drip in the federal tax bucket. Income taxes paid by individuals will account for about $1.8 trillion, or 50%, of the government’s estimated $3.6 trillion in revenue for fiscal year 2020. Local coffers also benefit as well. Depending on where the ticket was purchased, state taxes ranging from zero to more than 8% also would be applied.


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These charts show Vietnam is far from matching China’s manufacturing prowess

Vietnam has been a favored destination for such shifts in trade flows and production chains. Below are five charts that examine to what extent Vietnam can replace China as the next global manufacturing hub. Growth in exportsThe U.S.-China trade war is one reason behind the decline in exports experienced by many trade-dependent economies. Vietnam, considered by many as one of the best alternative locations to China, has seen bottlenecks appearing in its economy even though its share of global man


Vietnam has been a favored destination for such shifts in trade flows and production chains.
Below are five charts that examine to what extent Vietnam can replace China as the next global manufacturing hub.
Growth in exportsThe U.S.-China trade war is one reason behind the decline in exports experienced by many trade-dependent economies.
Vietnam, considered by many as one of the best alternative locations to China, has seen bottlenecks appearing in its economy even though its share of global man
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These charts show Vietnam is far from matching China's manufacturing prowess

Garment factory workers working in a factory in Hanoi, Vietnam on May 24, 2019. Manan Vatsyayana | AFP | Getty Images

Vietnam, a frontier market in Southeast Asia, is often named as one of the biggest winners in the U.S.-China trade dispute. The U.S. and China have slapped higher tariffs on each other’s goods in the past year or so, and that’s led to a shrinking bilateral trade between the world’s top two economies, according to consultancy Oxford Economics. Consequently, both countries have had to source for goods from other markets, while China-based manufacturers look for alternative production venues to circumvent those tariffs. Vietnam has been a favored destination for such shifts in trade flows and production chains. But some analysts have pointed out that certain bottlenecks have emerged in Vietnam, and that may limit how much the country could accommodate those additional flows. Below are five charts that examine to what extent Vietnam can replace China as the next global manufacturing hub.

Growth in exports

The U.S.-China trade war is one reason behind the decline in exports experienced by many trade-dependent economies. But Vietnam has bucked the trend: Exports have continued to grow, led by an increase in shipments to the U.S. “It’s very clear that where China has lost market share in terms of U.S. exports, Vietnam has picked up the slack,” Euben Paracuelles, a senior economist from Japanese bank Nomura, told CNBC’s “Street Signs Asia” earlier this month. Some trade experts suggested that Chinese goods were moved to Vietnam, repackaged as Vietnamese products and shipped to the U.S. to avoid elevated tariffs.

Investment flows

The trade war has also led companies to start or expand manufacturing in Vietnam — accelerating a trend that began years ago when rising costs in China pushed manufacturers to seek cheaper locations. “Although a mass corporate exodus from China is unlikely, multinationals will continue to diversify their operations into other parts of Asia to mitigate the impact of the (trade) dispute,” consultancy Economist Intelligence Unit said in an October report.

Manufacturing output

One reason why producers are unlikely to to exit China completely is the sheer size of the Chinese manufacturing sector and economy — which allow companies to operate more efficiently. Vietnam, considered by many as one of the best alternative locations to China, has seen bottlenecks appearing in its economy even though its share of global manufacturing output is still small. In fact, no single country “can really absorb all of that production” looking to shift out of China as a result of the trade war, said Cedric Chehab, global head of country risk at Fitch Solutions.

Human capital bottleneck

One major constraint in Vietnam is the lack of human capital, according to analysts from Fitch Solutions. That refers to the economic value of a workforce, which considers factors such as workers’ education level, skills and health. Vietnam has a young and growing labor force – defined as people aged 15 and older who are employed, and those unemployed but seeking work. But the size of its workforce is much smaller than that of China. “If we look at Vietnam, it has a population that is 14 times smaller than China, which also means that the risk of labor shortage is much higher when we compare the two countries,” Kenny Liew, an analyst at Fitch Solutions, said in a conference call earlier this month.

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Russian soldier has nervous breakdown, shoots eight dead

Russian flag flies with the Spasskaya Tower of the Kremlin in the background in Moscow, Russia, February 27, 2019. A Russian conscript serving in the far east of the country shot dead eight other soldiers and badly injured two others on Friday after having a nervous breakdown, the Defense Ministry said, the Interfax news agency reported. The conscript has been detained, the ministry said, and the two injured troops are being treated in a military hospital. The incident occurred at a military fac


Russian flag flies with the Spasskaya Tower of the Kremlin in the background in Moscow, Russia, February 27, 2019.
A Russian conscript serving in the far east of the country shot dead eight other soldiers and badly injured two others on Friday after having a nervous breakdown, the Defense Ministry said, the Interfax news agency reported.
The conscript has been detained, the ministry said, and the two injured troops are being treated in a military hospital.
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Russian soldier has nervous breakdown, shoots eight dead

Russian flag flies with the Spasskaya Tower of the Kremlin in the background in Moscow, Russia, February 27, 2019.

A Russian conscript serving in the far east of the country shot dead eight other soldiers and badly injured two others on Friday after having a nervous breakdown, the Defense Ministry said, the Interfax news agency reported.

The conscript has been detained, the ministry said, and the two injured troops are being treated in a military hospital. Their lives are not in danger.

The incident occurred at a military facility in the far east of the country in the Zabaikalsk region.

The Defense Ministry statement reported by Interfax did not say why the conscript had suffered a nervous breakdown, but said the shooting had occurred at a time when the guard was being changed at the base.


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Hudson Yards was seen as a trial for the mall of the future. Here’s how it’s going so far

When the Hudson Yards megamall opened on the West Side of Manhattan roughly half a year ago, there were plenty of skeptics. Everyone wants to know if Hudson Yards can succeed, at a time when more and more people are turning to the internet to do their shopping. “But the sales numbers [at Hudson Yards] are phenomenal. Hudson Yards is expected to see more than 20 million visitors in its first year being opened, he added. A few retailers have found success at Hudson Yards already.


When the Hudson Yards megamall opened on the West Side of Manhattan roughly half a year ago, there were plenty of skeptics. Everyone wants to know if Hudson Yards can succeed, at a time when more and more people are turning to the internet to do their shopping. “But the sales numbers [at Hudson Yards] are phenomenal. Hudson Yards is expected to see more than 20 million visitors in its first year being opened, he added. A few retailers have found success at Hudson Yards already.
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Hudson Yards was seen as a trial for the mall of the future. Here's how it's going so far

When the Hudson Yards megamall opened on the West Side of Manhattan roughly half a year ago, there were plenty of skeptics. And there still are.

The development, a sprawling 1 million square feet of retail space, is in many ways supposed to be the new blueprint for a shopping mall in the twenty-first century and age of Amazon. There’s a floor dedicated to brands born on the internet, only one department store, plenty of restaurants, co-working space, interactive art exhibits lining the walls and room to lounge outdoors.

Everyone wants to know if Hudson Yards can succeed, at a time when more and more people are turning to the internet to do their shopping. And so far, early readings show the property looks to be trending in the right direction.

When it opened, the retail portion of Hudson Yards was about 85% leased, according to Webber Hudson, an executive vice president at Related Urban, a division within the developer, Related. By the end of 2019, it will be close to 95% leased, he said, surpassing expectations of hitting 90%.

“It’s a tough retail market we are leasing into,” Hudson said in an interview. “But the sales numbers [at Hudson Yards] are phenomenal. … Of all the projects we are involved in, this is the most thrilling.”

Hudson Yards is expected to see more than 20 million visitors in its first year being opened, he added. “About half our business is from Manhattan. … And that’s continuing to evolve as we settle from the opening sprint into a stride.” For comparison, the Mall of America sees about 40 million people annually.

A few retailers have found success at Hudson Yards already.

B8ta, a space on the second floor that curates a rotating mix of brands of electronics and other knick-knacks, said this store is its highest performing to date.

“I absolutely [could] not have anticipated this, if I’m being candid,” said b8ta co-founder and president Phillip Raub. “I had a sense [Hudson Yards] was a lot of hype,” he added about his initial talks with Related before signing a deal to move in.

“We had a huge summer,” he said. “We anticipate … a huge holiday season. Once the weather turns for the worse.”

B8ta is situated among a handful of e-commerce brands that are starting to open bricks-and-mortar stores. Hudson Yards calls it the “Floor of Discovery.” Men’s retailer Suitsupply is set to open in this area later this week, along with sustainable cashmere brand Naadam and apparel maker Faherty.

Also coming soon to the second floor is a space for kids called CAMP, which in addition to selling kids toys offers daily activities for kids such as crafts and storytelling, and plenty of room to run and play.


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Fitbit says it will shift manufacturing out of China to avoid tariffs

Goldman is crowdsourcing ideas from its employees to find the…Goldman’s start-up factory has created about 12 businesses so far, but it’s too early to say if any will truly take off. Financeread more


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Fitbit says it will shift manufacturing out of China to avoid tariffs

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Your first trade for Wednesday, October 9

Goldman is crowdsourcing ideas from its employees to find the…Goldman’s start-up factory has created about 12 businesses so far, but it’s too early to say if any will truly take off. Financeread more


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Your first trade for Wednesday, October 9

Goldman is crowdsourcing ideas from its employees to find the…

Goldman’s start-up factory has created about 12 businesses so far, but it’s too early to say if any will truly take off.

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