The money advice every millennial needs to hear

Rent or buy? Cut out the daily coffee or concentrate on the big costs? When it comes to money, there’s so much guidance out there, it can be difficult to know where to start. So CNBC Make It took to the streets to ask millennials their biggest money questions before putting them to experts at Money 2020, annual finance conference hosted in Singapore. Here’s what the professionals had to say.


Rent or buy? Cut out the daily coffee or concentrate on the big costs? When it comes to money, there’s so much guidance out there, it can be difficult to know where to start. So CNBC Make It took to the streets to ask millennials their biggest money questions before putting them to experts at Money 2020, annual finance conference hosted in Singapore. Here’s what the professionals had to say.
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The money advice every millennial needs to hear

Rent or buy? Save or invest? Cut out the daily coffee or concentrate on the big costs?

When it comes to money, there’s so much guidance out there, it can be difficult to know where to start.

So CNBC Make It took to the streets to ask millennials their biggest money questions before putting them to experts at Money 2020, annual finance conference hosted in Singapore.

Here’s what the professionals had to say.


Company: cnbc, Activity: cnbc, Date: 2019-04-24  Authors: karen gilchrist, -rohan mahadevan, senior vice president of international markets at, -eric van miltenburg, senior vice president of global operations at ripp
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Melinda Gates: Capitalism needs work, but it beats socialism and the US is ‘lucky’ to have it

Capitalism vs. socialism? “What I know to be true is I would far rather live in a capitalistic society than a socialist society,” Gates said in an interview with CNBC’s Becky Quick that aired on “Squawk Box” on Wednesday. “I think when we stop and think of what we have from a capitalistic society, we have to remember what we actually have.” Gates’ comments come as the American political system is embroiled in a debate about socialism and capitalism. Without mentioning the political debate, Gates


Capitalism vs. socialism? “What I know to be true is I would far rather live in a capitalistic society than a socialist society,” Gates said in an interview with CNBC’s Becky Quick that aired on “Squawk Box” on Wednesday. “I think when we stop and think of what we have from a capitalistic society, we have to remember what we actually have.” Gates’ comments come as the American political system is embroiled in a debate about socialism and capitalism. Without mentioning the political debate, Gates
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Melinda Gates: Capitalism needs work, but it beats socialism and the US is 'lucky' to have it

Capitalism vs. socialism? For Melinda Gates, the choice is simple.

“What I know to be true is I would far rather live in a capitalistic society than a socialist society,” Gates said in an interview with CNBC’s Becky Quick that aired on “Squawk Box” on Wednesday. “I think when we stop and think of what we have from a capitalistic society, we have to remember what we actually have.”

Gates’ comments come as the American political system is embroiled in a debate about socialism and capitalism. Several Democratic lawmakers and presidential candidates have called for sweeping changes to a system they say is responsible for growing inequality and division within the country. President Donald Trump has accused them of embracing socialism, which he says would lead to economic ruin in the U.S.

Without mentioning the political debate, Gates, who co-chairs the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation along with her husband, Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates, defended the U.S. system. Yet she also acknowledged the need to address the gaps between the rich and the poor.

Gates also said U.S. residents are “lucky,” and that people living in developing countries “want to live in these types of capitalistic societies.”

Several American billionaires have argued that the modern version of capitalism isn’t working. Wealthy business leaders such as Warren Buffett, Jamie Dimon, Ray Dalio and Bill Gates have called for fixes to widening economic inequality and the lack of public education funding. Some are advocating for public-private partnerships and higher taxes on the wealthy to address widespread income inequality.

These business leaders have also condemned arguments for socialism. Dimon, CEO of J.P. Morgan, told shareholders this month that socialism “inevitably produces stagnation, corruption and often worse,” but acknowledged there are flaws with capitalism and that it should be combined with a strong social safety net.

In her CNBC interview, Gates called for proper government regulation and a solid tax system to address capitalism’s gaps.

“I think we all do better as a globe when countries can grow from low, to middle income, to high income,” she said. “And so I think we need to look at our system and say, ‘OK, what are the great things about it? And what are the things that, at this point in time, we need to adjust and change?'”

Despite these issues, she said, American capitalism is the envy of much of the world.

“When I go to places like Malawi or Tanzania or Senegal, they say they all want to live in America,” Gates said. “We are lucky to live here. They want to live in these types of capitalistic societies. And we just need to tune it and get it right.”


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The money advice every millennial needs to hear

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China says its economic growth is improving, but analysts warn it still needs stimulus

China’s claim of stronger-than-expected economic growth in the first part of this year may be tempting policymakers to pare back stimulus. It said those sectors should be closely monitored for possible risks, suggesting worries about possible overheating. Mainland Chinese equity markets fell Monday on concerns stimulus could be reduced. But, Nomura cautioned, China’s growth recovery is “not solid yet” and growth could falter again. “We believe the pace of monetary easing will slow, but it is sti


China’s claim of stronger-than-expected economic growth in the first part of this year may be tempting policymakers to pare back stimulus. It said those sectors should be closely monitored for possible risks, suggesting worries about possible overheating. Mainland Chinese equity markets fell Monday on concerns stimulus could be reduced. But, Nomura cautioned, China’s growth recovery is “not solid yet” and growth could falter again. “We believe the pace of monetary easing will slow, but it is sti
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China says its economic growth is improving, but analysts warn it still needs stimulus

China’s claim of stronger-than-expected economic growth in the first part of this year may be tempting policymakers to pare back stimulus. Analysts say that would be a mistake.

The world’s second-largest economy expanded 6.4% in the first quarter from the same period in 2018, the government announced last week, slightly beating analyst predictions. An array of policies, including encouraging banks to make more loans, put in place last year as the economy took a hit from the U.S.-China trade war have been credited with helping boost activity.

But pronouncements since last week’s GDP figure, including after a meeting of the Communist Party’s powerful politburo, indicate that officials see the growth outlook improving, feeding speculation of a rethink in how much of a boost the economy may need.

A politburo statement issued Monday and reported by the official Xinhua news agency emphasized the economy’s strong start to the year but appeared to express concern about financial and real-estate markets. It said those sectors should be closely monitored for possible risks, suggesting worries about possible overheating.

Mainland Chinese equity markets fell Monday on concerns stimulus could be reduced.

“The slight change in tone is understandable due to the rapid build-up of debt and a potential irrational exuberance in stock markets and big cities’ property markets,” economists at Japanese investment bank Nomura said in a note Monday regarding the politburo statement.

Chinese stocks have been on a tear in 2019 after recording their worst performance in a decade in 2018. The benchmark Shanghai index is up about 29% so far in 2019 after losing almost 25% last year.

But, Nomura cautioned, China’s growth recovery is “not solid yet” and growth could falter again.

“We believe the pace of monetary easing will slow, but it is still too early to withdraw monetary easing measures despite the limited monetary policy scope,” they said.


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Cramer’s lightning round: This stock needs to find out its calling

It needs to find out its calling, ’cause it sure wasn’t calling in that last quarter. I think they’re trying to make something happen. Kraft Heinz Co.: “They cut the dividend. I am not a buyer of Kraft Heinz … I actually prefer Campbell to Kraft Heinz, and that says something.” Moderna Inc.: “I think it makes a lot of sense … I think it’s a good place to start a position.”


It needs to find out its calling, ’cause it sure wasn’t calling in that last quarter. I think they’re trying to make something happen. Kraft Heinz Co.: “They cut the dividend. I am not a buyer of Kraft Heinz … I actually prefer Campbell to Kraft Heinz, and that says something.” Moderna Inc.: “I think it makes a lot of sense … I think it’s a good place to start a position.”
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Cramer's lightning round: This stock needs to find out its calling

Signet Jewelers Ltd.: “I think Signet’s really gotta find its calling. It needs to find out its calling, ’cause it sure wasn’t calling in that last quarter. We gotta wait.”

Funko Inc.: “The reason why they’re all over the place [is] ’cause they have some of the absolute best toys … I’m not just saying Funko’s great because this is available in no store. But I have to tell you, I think Funko is gonna have a good quarter and I like the fact that they got that Disney calendar … So I say [buy].”

Marvell Technology Group Ltd.: “You know what. I’m partial to Marvell. I happen to like the board. I think they’re trying to make something happen. [Buy].”

Tailored Brands Inc.: “I have to tell you no. It’s about five sizes too small. I don’t want you to touch this one.”

Abiomed Inc.: “I think that even in the sell-off for health care devices, it still went up. You can’t keep a good stock down. I also like EW.”

Kraft Heinz Co.: “They cut the dividend. They got very little growth. They have food that lasts even in the event of thermonuclear war. I am not a buyer of Kraft Heinz … I actually prefer Campbell to Kraft Heinz, and that says something.”

AllianecBerstein Holding LP: “Big yield. Looks good.”

Moderna Inc.: “I think it makes a lot of sense … I think it’s a good place to start a position.”


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Turkish central bank needs to be ‘fully independent,’ IMF’s Europe director says

Economic and political developments in Turkey have had investors worried for more than a year now. One of the country’s most immediate needs if it wants to get its house in order is to ensure total independence of its central bank, according to the man who led the bailouts of Greece, Portugal, Iceland and Ukraine during the Great Recession. “So we welcome the increase we’ve seen in interest rates in the last six to seven months, but it’s important that the Turkish central bank be allowed to be f


Economic and political developments in Turkey have had investors worried for more than a year now. One of the country’s most immediate needs if it wants to get its house in order is to ensure total independence of its central bank, according to the man who led the bailouts of Greece, Portugal, Iceland and Ukraine during the Great Recession. “So we welcome the increase we’ve seen in interest rates in the last six to seven months, but it’s important that the Turkish central bank be allowed to be f
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Turkish central bank needs to be 'fully independent,' IMF's Europe director says

Economic and political developments in Turkey have had investors worried for more than a year now.

One of the country’s most immediate needs if it wants to get its house in order is to ensure total independence of its central bank, according to the man who led the bailouts of Greece, Portugal, Iceland and Ukraine during the Great Recession.

“Turkey faces a number of challenges, and one of them is that the central bank needs to be fully independent so it can continuously assess and tighten policies as circumstances change in a forward-looking manner,” Poul Thomsen, director of the International Monetary Fund’s Europe department, told CNBC’s Joumanna Bercetche during the IMF Spring Meetings in Washington, D.C. over the weekend.

“So we welcome the increase we’ve seen in interest rates in the last six to seven months, but it’s important that the Turkish central bank be allowed to be fully independent in its assessment of monetary policy in addition to a number of other challenges on fiscal policy, and more transparency.”

Turkey’s economy is already in recession, rocked last year after fears over government interference into central bank independence, over-leveraged banks, a large current account deficit and a diplomatic spat with the U.S. triggered investor and capital flight. The lira lost 36 percent of its value against the dollar by the end of 2018.


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Fed must ‘tread carefully’ given market signals on outlook: Bullard

Financial markets are sending worrisome signals about the U.S. economic outlook and the Federal Reserve needs to “tread carefully” to keep the economy growing, a policymaker at the U.S. central bank said on Thursday. St. Louis Federal Reserve President James Bullard said two particularly important signals were coming in the form of yields on different U.S. federal debt securities and on investor bets on the inflation outlook. “These market-based signals indicate that the FOMC needs to tread care


Financial markets are sending worrisome signals about the U.S. economic outlook and the Federal Reserve needs to “tread carefully” to keep the economy growing, a policymaker at the U.S. central bank said on Thursday. St. Louis Federal Reserve President James Bullard said two particularly important signals were coming in the form of yields on different U.S. federal debt securities and on investor bets on the inflation outlook. “These market-based signals indicate that the FOMC needs to tread care
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Fed must 'tread carefully' given market signals on outlook: Bullard

Financial markets are sending worrisome signals about the U.S. economic outlook and the Federal Reserve needs to “tread carefully” to keep the economy growing, a policymaker at the U.S. central bank said on Thursday.

St. Louis Federal Reserve President James Bullard said two particularly important signals were coming in the form of yields on different U.S. federal debt securities and on investor bets on the inflation outlook.

Bullard, who has a vote this year on the Fed’s rate-setting Federal Open Market Committee, or FOMC, released slides for a presentation at a community development event in Tupelo, Mississippi.

“These market-based signals indicate that the FOMC needs to tread carefully going forward in order to sustain the economic expansion,” according to one of the slides.

Bullard said in the slides that policymakers need to take seriously the possibility of a prolonged period in which interest rates are lower for short-term U.S. government debt than for long-term debt could signal a recession.

Market observers pay attention to numerous spreads between different U.S. Treasury securities.

Bullard said in his slides that some parts of the yield curve are already inverted. Indeed, currently yields the 3-year and 5-year U.S. Treasury notes are lower than those on 2-year notes and Treasury bills.

Bullard also noted that investors appear to be betting that inflation will fall short of the Fed’s 2 percent target rate in 2019 and also over the next five years.


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Facebook is ‘under siege’ and needs to show change, says expert

Facebook is ‘under siege’ and needs to show change, says expert17 Hours AgoCasey Newton of The Verge and Mike Volpi of Index Ventures join ‘Squawk Alley’ to discuss tech regulation and what they think Facebook needs to do as it’s facing the heat around the world.


Facebook is ‘under siege’ and needs to show change, says expert17 Hours AgoCasey Newton of The Verge and Mike Volpi of Index Ventures join ‘Squawk Alley’ to discuss tech regulation and what they think Facebook needs to do as it’s facing the heat around the world.
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Facebook is 'under siege' and needs to show change, says expert

Facebook is ‘under siege’ and needs to show change, says expert

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Casey Newton of The Verge and Mike Volpi of Index Ventures join ‘Squawk Alley’ to discuss tech regulation and what they think Facebook needs to do as it’s facing the heat around the world.


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The American Dream is ‘fraying for many,’ says Jamie Dimon—here’s how to protect yourself

In his annual letter to shareholders, which was released Thursday, J.P. Morgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon noted that the American Dream is alive — but “fraying for many.” “Forty percent of American workers earn less than $15 an hour, and about 5% of full-time American workers earn the minimum wage or less, which is certainly not a living wage,” Dimon wrote. “In addition, 40% of Americans don’t have $400 to deal with unexpected expenses, such as medical bills or car repairs.” Soaring health care and c


In his annual letter to shareholders, which was released Thursday, J.P. Morgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon noted that the American Dream is alive — but “fraying for many.” “Forty percent of American workers earn less than $15 an hour, and about 5% of full-time American workers earn the minimum wage or less, which is certainly not a living wage,” Dimon wrote. “In addition, 40% of Americans don’t have $400 to deal with unexpected expenses, such as medical bills or car repairs.” Soaring health care and c
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The American Dream is 'fraying for many,' says Jamie Dimon—here's how to protect yourself

In his annual letter to shareholders, which was released Thursday, J.P. Morgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon noted that the American Dream is alive — but “fraying for many.”

“Forty percent of American workers earn less than $15 an hour, and about 5% of full-time American workers earn the minimum wage or less, which is certainly not a living wage,” Dimon wrote. “In addition, 40% of Americans don’t have $400 to deal with unexpected expenses, such as medical bills or car repairs.”

It’s often reported that many Americans do not have enough savings to cover even minor financial emergencies, but, as Dimon writes in his letter, it’s not the sole fault of individuals that savings lag. Soaring health care and college costs and wage stagnation are problems that the average person cannot do much to fix on their own.

Millennials especially are in a daunting situation: They carry more debt than other generations, face rising home costs and are largely responsible for funding their own retirements, all while real wages have barely budged.

“No one can claim that the promise of equal opportunity is being offered to all Americans through our education systems, nor are those who have run afoul of our justice system getting the second chance that many of them deserve,” Dimon wrote. “Simply put, the social needs of far too many of our citizens are not being met.”

Dimon wrote that the federal government has lost the trust of the American people and needs to step up: “Governments must be better and more effective — we cannot succeed without their help.” Still, he noted, “the rest of us could do a better job, too.” Here are some straightforward ways to do just that.


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Jamie Dimon: ‘The social needs of far too many of our citizens are not being met’

“Forty percent of American workers earn less than $15 an hour, and about 5% of full-time American workers earn the minimum wage or less, which is certainly not a living wage,” Dimon wrote. Dimon has made similar comments recently as he touts efforts by his bank to help reverse the tide of inequality. J.P. Morgan announced a $350 million job training effort for underserved communities last month. Last year, the bank unveiled a $500 million effort to revitalize cities. “Simply put, the social need


“Forty percent of American workers earn less than $15 an hour, and about 5% of full-time American workers earn the minimum wage or less, which is certainly not a living wage,” Dimon wrote. Dimon has made similar comments recently as he touts efforts by his bank to help reverse the tide of inequality. J.P. Morgan announced a $350 million job training effort for underserved communities last month. Last year, the bank unveiled a $500 million effort to revitalize cities. “Simply put, the social need
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Jamie Dimon: 'The social needs of far too many of our citizens are not being met'

America is the richest country in the history of the world, but stagnant wages and lack of opportunity have left too many behind, J.P. Morgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon said in his annual letter to shareholders Thursday.

“Forty percent of American workers earn less than $15 an hour, and about 5% of full-time American workers earn the minimum wage or less, which is certainly not a living wage,” Dimon wrote. “In addition, 40% of Americans don’t have $400 to deal with unexpected expenses, such as medical bills or car repairs.”

Dimon has made similar comments recently as he touts efforts by his bank to help reverse the tide of inequality. J.P. Morgan announced a $350 million job training effort for underserved communities last month. Last year, the bank unveiled a $500 million effort to revitalize cities.

“No one can claim that the promise of equal opportunity is being offered to all Americans through our education systems, nor are those who have run afoul of our justice system getting the second chance that many of them deserve,” Dimon said. “Simply put, the social needs of far too many of our citizens are not being met.”

In a section of his annual letter titled “The American Dream is alive – but fraying for many,” Dimon listed the problems and then went on to prescribe a path to making improvements.


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