Mnuchin says Fed Chief Powell gave Trump an overview of the economy at ‘very casual’ dinner

Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell’s recent dinner with President Donald Trump at the White House was “very casual,” Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said Wednesday. Trump and Powell sat down at dinner together on Monday for about an hour and a half, with Mnuchin and Fed Vice Chairman Richard Clarida also in attendance. They had not met since Jay Powell was put into office,” Mnuchin added. Mnuchin clarified that “there was not a thank you” from Trump for Powell maintaining interest rates. J


Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell’s recent dinner with President Donald Trump at the White House was “very casual,” Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said Wednesday. Trump and Powell sat down at dinner together on Monday for about an hour and a half, with Mnuchin and Fed Vice Chairman Richard Clarida also in attendance. They had not met since Jay Powell was put into office,” Mnuchin added. Mnuchin clarified that “there was not a thank you” from Trump for Powell maintaining interest rates. J
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Mnuchin says Fed Chief Powell gave Trump an overview of the economy at 'very casual' dinner

Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell’s recent dinner with President Donald Trump at the White House was “very casual,” Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said Wednesday.

“Chairman Powell gave the president an overview of the economy and what he was seeing, which was quite strong and consistent with his public comments,” Mnuchin said on CNBC’s “Squawk Box.” “We talked about everything from the economy to the golf match with Tiger [Woods] and Jack [Nicklaus] to the Super Bowl. We covered a wide range.”

Trump and Powell sat down at dinner together on Monday for about an hour and a half, with Mnuchin and Fed Vice Chairman Richard Clarida also in attendance.

“It was, I think, a terrific meeting for them to get to see each other. They had not met since Jay Powell was put into office,” Mnuchin added.

The dinner also came less than a week after Powell’s Fed decided to leave interest rates alone and said it will be more “patient” in assessing future rate hikes. Trump has repeatedly attacked the Fed for raising rates. During the news conference following the Fed’s policy meeting last week, Powell said the Fed does not take “political considerations” into account when making its decisions.

“I think the Fed chair was very consistent in what he said to the president with what he’s been saying publicly in his press conferences. I think that the Fed chair has been very clear in looking at the economy and the Fed being clear that they have lots of different tools,” Mnuchin said. “Again, I thought it was productive meeting. It was a casual meeting.”

Mnuchin clarified that “there was not a thank you” from Trump for Powell maintaining interest rates. Rather, Mnuchin said there was only “a thank you for coming for dinner.”

When asked how the president and his officials were able to walk the fine line of being apolitical in discussions with the Fed, Mnuchin noted that he meets “with Jay Powell every week.”

“I think Jay Powell is very clear that he wasn’t going to say anything in private inconsistent with what he said publicly, although, we did have somewhat of a covert operation getting him into the White House so that it didn’t create speculation. Jay Powell put out a statement right after the meeting — we weren’t trying to hide this,” Mnuchin said.

He added that Powell “did not” have a wig and a mustache on to slip into the White House.


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Washington Gov. Jay Inslee nears decision on 2020 presidential run

LOS ANGELES — While other 2020 Democratic contenders are focusing on wealth inequality in America and taxing the rich, Washington Gov. Jay Inslee is trying to position himself as the “carbon warrior.” Over the past year, Inslee has made several trips to early caucus and primary states such as New Hampshire, Iowa and Nevada to test out the political waters for a possible 2020 presidential run. Last year, he announced the largest-ever purchase of green power for state operations through solar and


LOS ANGELES — While other 2020 Democratic contenders are focusing on wealth inequality in America and taxing the rich, Washington Gov. Jay Inslee is trying to position himself as the “carbon warrior.” Over the past year, Inslee has made several trips to early caucus and primary states such as New Hampshire, Iowa and Nevada to test out the political waters for a possible 2020 presidential run. Last year, he announced the largest-ever purchase of green power for state operations through solar and
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Washington Gov. Jay Inslee nears decision on 2020 presidential run

LOS ANGELES — While other 2020 Democratic contenders are focusing on wealth inequality in America and taxing the rich, Washington Gov. Jay Inslee is trying to position himself as the “carbon warrior.”

But he sees climate change as an economic issue, too.

Over the past year, Inslee has made several trips to early caucus and primary states such as New Hampshire, Iowa and Nevada to test out the political waters for a possible 2020 presidential run. The governor told CNBC this week that he’s going to “decide in weeks, not months,” on whether to toss his hat in the ring for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination.

Inslee, who turns 68 years old on Saturday, talks very much like he’s already running while also touting a record of expanded investment in clean energy programs and technologies statewide. Last year, he announced the largest-ever purchase of green power for state operations through solar and wind power facilities.

“My candidacy I think has a couple of unique things driving it,” Inslee said. “One, both by experience and passion and commitment, I have had a long, demonstrated vision statement for economic growth around clean energy that is unique amongst potential candidates.”

Yet Inslee, a two-term governor, suffered a setback to his climate agenda last year when the oil industry funded a campaign to defeat a carbon emissions fee initiative Inslee supported. The measure was seen as a way to raise revenue as well as to help the state achieve ambitious greenhouse gas reduction goals.

The failure did not disrupt his larger message, however, particularly as he gears up to potentially run for the White House.


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Why self-made millionaire Jay Leno still does ‘about 210’ live comedy shows a year

Jay Leno made a name for himself as host of NBC’s “The Tonight Show,” a position he held for 22 years, until February 2014. It also made him a fortune: The gig reportedly paid as much as $30 million a year. On top of that, he still does “about 210” live comedy shows a year, he said on actor Dax Shepard’s podcast, “Armchair Expert.” A few years later, when he was trying to break into comedy, Leno supplemented his comedy gig earnings with money he made working at a car dealership. Even after landi


Jay Leno made a name for himself as host of NBC’s “The Tonight Show,” a position he held for 22 years, until February 2014. It also made him a fortune: The gig reportedly paid as much as $30 million a year. On top of that, he still does “about 210” live comedy shows a year, he said on actor Dax Shepard’s podcast, “Armchair Expert.” A few years later, when he was trying to break into comedy, Leno supplemented his comedy gig earnings with money he made working at a car dealership. Even after landi
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Why self-made millionaire Jay Leno still does 'about 210' live comedy shows a year

Jay Leno made a name for himself as host of NBC’s “The Tonight Show,” a position he held for 22 years, until February 2014. It also made him a fortune: The gig reportedly paid as much as $30 million a year.

The 68-year-old shows no sign of slowing down: He’s been hosting CNBC’s “Jay Leno’s Garage,” a series that explores Americans’ obsession with cars, since 2015, and he launched a car-care product line in 2016.

On top of that, he still does “about 210” live comedy shows a year, he said on actor Dax Shepard’s podcast, “Armchair Expert.”

Why? “That’s the only way you stay sharp,” Leno told Shepard. “The stage is not a natural place to be and if you don’t do it on a regular basis, it becomes unnatural. If you do it every night and a chair falls over or somebody yells or something — when it’s unfamiliar to you, when something happens, it knocks you out of your rhythm.”

From the time he entered the working world as a teenager, Leno has always had at least two ways to make money, he tells CNBC Make It: “I had two jobs because I realized that was the quickest way to become a millionaire.”

His first two gigs were at McDonald’s, where he sliced potatoes, and at a Ford dealership, where he worked as a the “lot boy,” he says: “I would alternate between the two, so it was cars and hamburgers, which are actually still two of my passions.”

A few years later, when he was trying to break into comedy, Leno supplemented his comedy gig earnings with money he made working at a car dealership. Even after landing “The Tonight Show,” he continued doing live comedy shows on the side.


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Cramer Remix: Fed Chair Jay Powell—this message is for you

Let’s keep the strength going by waiting a little and not being too judgmental about rate hikes like some of your colleagues,” Cramer said. The “Mad Money” host reiterated his distaste in some Fed officials’ tendency to stick to traditional metrics when gauging how the economy is doing. “How can you claim to be data-dependent if you’ve made up your mind before you see the data that you need one or two more rate hikes to get back to normal?” The Fed, whose mission it is to keep inflation at bay w


Let’s keep the strength going by waiting a little and not being too judgmental about rate hikes like some of your colleagues,” Cramer said. The “Mad Money” host reiterated his distaste in some Fed officials’ tendency to stick to traditional metrics when gauging how the economy is doing. “How can you claim to be data-dependent if you’ve made up your mind before you see the data that you need one or two more rate hikes to get back to normal?” The Fed, whose mission it is to keep inflation at bay w
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Cramer Remix: Fed Chair Jay Powell—this message is for you

Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell just gave the stock market and the U.S. economy exactly what they needed to continue the steady growth they’ve seen in the last several years, CNBC’s Jim Cramer said Friday.

In a group interview with former Fed leaders Ben Bernanke and Janet Yellen, Powell said Friday that he would be “patient” with the central bank’s interest rate policies in the year ahead. The remark sent stocks soaring, with the Dow tacking on some 800 points intraday.

“Memo to Powell: keep listening. Be patient. Enjoy the employment gains. Let’s keep the strength going by waiting a little and not being too judgmental about rate hikes like some of your colleagues,” Cramer said.

The “Mad Money” host reiterated his distaste in some Fed officials’ tendency to stick to traditional metrics when gauging how the economy is doing.

“How can you claim to be data-dependent if you’ve made up your mind before you see the data that you need one or two more rate hikes to get back to normal?” he asked. “Normal is where the data says you should go. Normal is the natural progression of jobs being created without a lot of inflation. Normal is not a percent.”

The Fed, whose mission it is to keep inflation at bay while keeping people employed, will eventually have to reconsider what it sees as “normal” as a result of technology, Cramer continued.

“Every device is … designed to lay people off. Every software program you have is designed to let companies hire fewer people, because people are so expensive. Every invention of any note is about taking a job that’s done by 10 people and making it so it’s only two people, and they can do it better,” he said.

To read more about the Fed’s reversal, click here.


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Powell shouldn’t follow Greenspan’s example at Fed, veteran economist says

Federal Reserve Chairman Jay Powell would be wrong to copy the playbook of his predecessor Alan Greenspan, according to a Yale lecturer and former Morgan Stanley executive. In the 1990s, then Fed-chair Greenspan took a watch-and-wait policy, keeping rates low to see if inflation would materialize in the face of a growing economy. At the Federal Reserve’s annual retreat to Jackson Hole, Wyoming, in August, Powell praised Greenspan’s do-nothing stance as sound risk management. But Stephen Roach, a


Federal Reserve Chairman Jay Powell would be wrong to copy the playbook of his predecessor Alan Greenspan, according to a Yale lecturer and former Morgan Stanley executive. In the 1990s, then Fed-chair Greenspan took a watch-and-wait policy, keeping rates low to see if inflation would materialize in the face of a growing economy. At the Federal Reserve’s annual retreat to Jackson Hole, Wyoming, in August, Powell praised Greenspan’s do-nothing stance as sound risk management. But Stephen Roach, a
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Powell shouldn't follow Greenspan's example at Fed, veteran economist says

Federal Reserve Chairman Jay Powell would be wrong to copy the playbook of his predecessor Alan Greenspan, according to a Yale lecturer and former Morgan Stanley executive.

Powell has been criticized by some market players, as well as by Donald Trump, who believe the central banker risks triggering a U.S. economic contraction by enforcing multiple rate rises next year.

In the 1990s, then Fed-chair Greenspan took a watch-and-wait policy, keeping rates low to see if inflation would materialize in the face of a growing economy. At the Federal Reserve’s annual retreat to Jackson Hole, Wyoming, in August, Powell praised Greenspan’s do-nothing stance as sound risk management.

But Stephen Roach, a senior fellow at Yale University and former chairman of Morgan Stanley Asia, told CNBC’s “Squawk Box Europe” on Friday that Powell would do well to learn from Greenspan’s mistakes.

“The Greenspan ‘put’ supported markets a lot, but he also gave us lots of bubbles and crises that were spawned by those bubbles which I think history does not treat kindly at all,” he said.

The veteran economist added that it was not “such a bad thing that Jay Powell is not a clone of Alan Greenspan.”


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Trump attacks Fed Chairman Powell: ‘I’m not even a little bit happy with my selection of Jay’

President Donald Trump told The Washington Post on Tuesday that he’s “not even a little bit happy” with his appointment Jerome Powell as chair of the Federal Reserve. Trump told the Post, “So far, I’m not even a little bit happy with my selection of Jay,” who he appointed earlier this year. The president told the newspaper that he thinks the U.S. central bank is “way off-base with what they’re doing.” “I’m doing deals and I’m not being accommodated by the Fed,” Trump told the Post. The president


President Donald Trump told The Washington Post on Tuesday that he’s “not even a little bit happy” with his appointment Jerome Powell as chair of the Federal Reserve. Trump told the Post, “So far, I’m not even a little bit happy with my selection of Jay,” who he appointed earlier this year. The president told the newspaper that he thinks the U.S. central bank is “way off-base with what they’re doing.” “I’m doing deals and I’m not being accommodated by the Fed,” Trump told the Post. The president
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Trump attacks Fed Chairman Powell: 'I'm not even a little bit happy with my selection of Jay'

President Donald Trump told The Washington Post on Tuesday that he’s “not even a little bit happy” with his appointment Jerome Powell as chair of the Federal Reserve.

Trump told the Post, “So far, I’m not even a little bit happy with my selection of Jay,” who he appointed earlier this year. The president told the newspaper that he thinks the U.S. central bank is “way off-base with what they’re doing.”

The Federal Reserve has been raising interest rates as the U.S. economy picks up, but the Post reported that Trump argued these rate hikes were hurting the U.S. economy. The Post also said he blamed the Fed for the recent stock market sell-off and General Motors’ plans to close plants and cut more than 14,000 jobs.

“I’m doing deals and I’m not being accommodated by the Fed,” Trump told the Post. “They’re making a mistake because I have a gut and my gut tells me more sometimes than anybody else’s brain can ever tell me.”

The president has previously criticized the Federal Reserve, saying they should do “what’s good for the country.” He’s also said he’s “not thrilled” with Powell for continuing to raise interest rates.

Although Powell has become a repeated target of Trump’s ire, it is historically unusual for presidents to openly criticize the head of the Federal Reserve. His comments have drawn concern from those who have interpreted the president’s remarks as threats to the central bank’s independence.

Trump’s comments to the Post come a day before Powell’s highly anticipated comments at the Economic Club of New York on Wednesday. The Fed chair is unlikely to signal any significant changes to the central bank’s existing rate hike projections. The market generally expects the Federal Open Market Committee to raise its benchmark interest rate in its December meeting.

Read the full report in The Washington Post.

WATCH: Trump dismisses report he’s displeased with Mnuchin


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Google, Accel and Jay Z invest in life insurance start-up Ethos, valuing it at more than $100 million

Ethos, a start-up that says it can process life insurance applications in a matter of minutes, has raised $35 million in a funding round led by Accel and backed by Google’s venture capital arm. The latest investment raises the San Francisco-based company’s total funding to over $46 million, and CNBC understands the firm is now valued at more than $100 million. Existing investors Sequoia Capital and Arrive, the venture fund of U.S. rapper Jay Z’s entertainment firm Roc Nation, also participated i


Ethos, a start-up that says it can process life insurance applications in a matter of minutes, has raised $35 million in a funding round led by Accel and backed by Google’s venture capital arm. The latest investment raises the San Francisco-based company’s total funding to over $46 million, and CNBC understands the firm is now valued at more than $100 million. Existing investors Sequoia Capital and Arrive, the venture fund of U.S. rapper Jay Z’s entertainment firm Roc Nation, also participated i
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Google, Accel and Jay Z invest in life insurance start-up Ethos, valuing it at more than $100 million

Ethos, a start-up that says it can process life insurance applications in a matter of minutes, has raised $35 million in a funding round led by Accel and backed by Google’s venture capital arm.

The latest investment raises the San Francisco-based company’s total funding to over $46 million, and CNBC understands the firm is now valued at more than $100 million.

The deal, which marks Ethos’ second major round of investment, sees Accel Partner Nate Niparko join the firm’s board of directors, while Google Ventures General Partner Tyson Clark will act as an advisor to the board.

Existing investors Sequoia Capital and Arrive, the venture fund of U.S. rapper Jay Z’s entertainment firm Roc Nation, also participated in the funding round.

“The insurance sector is a $1 trillion industry that is still largely dependent on pen and paper, pushy salespeople, doctor office visits, and legacy systems, which is why we believe there is a tremendous opportunity to simplify the process through technology — and that’s exactly what Ethos has built,” Accel’s Niparko told CNBC in an email.

He highlighted other bets the firm has made on insurance technology start-ups like Shift Technology, which uses artificial intelligence to detect fraudulent insurance claims, and The Zebra, a car insurance marketplace.

“We believe that Ethos is the first player in the life insurance space that’s truly poised to make a difference in how Americans purchase and interact with their insurance provider,” Niparko added.


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‘I would not associate Jay Powell with craziness,’ says IMF’s Christine Lagarde

International Monetary Fund managing director Christine Lagarde said Thursday she “would not associate” U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell “with craziness.” “I would not associate Jay Powell with craziness. Lagarde made the comment in response to a question from CNBC’s Geoff Cutmore about U.S. President Donald Trump. I think the Fed has gone crazy,” the president said after walking off Air Force One in Erie, Pennsylvania for a rally. Lagarde added: “All over the world, it is certainly a


International Monetary Fund managing director Christine Lagarde said Thursday she “would not associate” U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell “with craziness.” “I would not associate Jay Powell with craziness. Lagarde made the comment in response to a question from CNBC’s Geoff Cutmore about U.S. President Donald Trump. I think the Fed has gone crazy,” the president said after walking off Air Force One in Erie, Pennsylvania for a rally. Lagarde added: “All over the world, it is certainly a
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'I would not associate Jay Powell with craziness,' says IMF's Christine Lagarde

International Monetary Fund managing director Christine Lagarde said Thursday she “would not associate” U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell “with craziness.”

“I would not associate Jay Powell with craziness. No, no, he comes across, and members of his board, as extremely serious, solid and certainly keen to base their decisions on actual information, and decide to communicate that properly,” she said, speaking to CNBC at the IMF and World Bank annual meetings in Bali, Indonesia.

Lagarde made the comment in response to a question from CNBC’s Geoff Cutmore about U.S. President Donald Trump. The American leader knocked the Fed on Wednesday for continuing to raise interest rates despite some recent market turbulence.

“I think the Fed is making a mistake. They are so tight. I think the Fed has gone crazy,” the president said after walking off Air Force One in Erie, Pennsylvania for a rally.

Lagarde added: “All over the world, it is certainly a good principle to have independence of the central banks and of the central bank governors. Certainly we have advocated that in all countries, and I think that the Fed is no exception.”


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Why Duplass brothers do ‘therapy talk’ together

Mark and Jay Duplass are brothers. Their long career has recently been crowned with an Emmy win for the Netflix documentary series “Wild Wild Country,” which the brothers co-produced. Living and working well together “is extremely complicated,” Mark tells CNBC Make It in Los Angeles in May. “So we have to stay in constant communication with each other about how we’re feeling, how the other one is feeling. We just do a lot of therapy talk.”


Mark and Jay Duplass are brothers. Their long career has recently been crowned with an Emmy win for the Netflix documentary series “Wild Wild Country,” which the brothers co-produced. Living and working well together “is extremely complicated,” Mark tells CNBC Make It in Los Angeles in May. “So we have to stay in constant communication with each other about how we’re feeling, how the other one is feeling. We just do a lot of therapy talk.”
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Why Duplass brothers do 'therapy talk' together

Mark and Jay Duplass are brothers. And best friends. And they produce movies together.

That’s a lot to expect from any relationship. And perhaps the relationship is even more remarkable for its longevity.

Mark, 41, and Jay, 45 started their movie-making career together when they were just kids playing with their dad’s video camera in the ’80s. Their long career has recently been crowned with an Emmy win for the Netflix documentary series “Wild Wild Country,” which the brothers co-produced.

One secret to the longevity of their career together is their commitment to each other’s emotional well being.

Living and working well together “is extremely complicated,” Mark tells CNBC Make It in Los Angeles in May. “So we have to stay in constant communication with each other about how we’re feeling, how the other one is feeling. We have to be very respectful of each other. Honestly, we don’t argue. We just do a lot of therapy talk.”

The relationship takes just as much time and care as creating movies and television shows do.


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Not all sports cars are expensive: Jay Leno shows off one that only costs $6,500

Some sports cars, such as the 2017 Lamborghini Aventador S, have price tags of more than $500,000. But, as Jay Leno puts it on the latest episode CNBC’s “Jay Leno’s Garage,” there’s also a way to have unlimited fun with limited funds. “We all know sports cars are expensive, but there are some low cost options as well,” he says. This first generation supercharged Japanese sports car is equipped with a 112 horsepower four cylinder engine, a “T-top” roof and pop up headlights. And it only costs $6,


Some sports cars, such as the 2017 Lamborghini Aventador S, have price tags of more than $500,000. But, as Jay Leno puts it on the latest episode CNBC’s “Jay Leno’s Garage,” there’s also a way to have unlimited fun with limited funds. “We all know sports cars are expensive, but there are some low cost options as well,” he says. This first generation supercharged Japanese sports car is equipped with a 112 horsepower four cylinder engine, a “T-top” roof and pop up headlights. And it only costs $6,
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Not all sports cars are expensive: Jay Leno shows off one that only costs $6,500

Some sports cars, such as the 2017 Lamborghini Aventador S, have price tags of more than $500,000. But, as Jay Leno puts it on the latest episode CNBC’s “Jay Leno’s Garage,” there’s also a way to have unlimited fun with limited funds.

“We all know sports cars are expensive, but there are some low cost options as well,” he says.

Consider the 1988 Toyota MR2. This first generation supercharged Japanese sports car is equipped with a 112 horsepower four cylinder engine, a “T-top” roof and pop up headlights.

And it only costs $6,500.


Company: cnbc, Activity: cnbc, Date: 2018-09-13  Authors: yoni blumberg, jay lenos garage
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