Parliament cannot hijack Brexit, says British minister Fox

Britain’s parliament has no right to try to “hijack the Brexit process”, Trade Minister Liam Fox said on Sunday, after several lawmakers indicated they were launching attempts to take more control over the departure from the European Union. “Parliament has not got the right to hijack the Brexit process because parliament said to the people of this country: ‘we make a contract with you, you will make the decision and we will honor it’,” Fox told the BBC’s Andrew Marr Show. “What we are now gettin


Britain’s parliament has no right to try to “hijack the Brexit process”, Trade Minister Liam Fox said on Sunday, after several lawmakers indicated they were launching attempts to take more control over the departure from the European Union. “Parliament has not got the right to hijack the Brexit process because parliament said to the people of this country: ‘we make a contract with you, you will make the decision and we will honor it’,” Fox told the BBC’s Andrew Marr Show. “What we are now gettin
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Parliament cannot hijack Brexit, says British minister Fox

Britain’s parliament has no right to try to “hijack the Brexit process”, Trade Minister Liam Fox said on Sunday, after several lawmakers indicated they were launching attempts to take more control over the departure from the European Union.

“Parliament has not got the right to hijack the Brexit process because parliament said to the people of this country: ‘we make a contract with you, you will make the decision and we will honor it’,” Fox told the BBC’s Andrew Marr Show.

“What we are now getting are some of those who were always absolutely opposed to the result of the referendum trying to hijack Brexit and in effect steal the result from the people.”


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Contrary indicator suggests the market’s win streak is just beginning

The market’s win streak may be just beginning. “It’s got an awfully good track record as a contrary indicator.” Each time the index last year spiked to either record or near record highs, Yardeni found the S&P 500 Index entered correction territory. The S&P 500 closed out the third week of January out of correction. He predicted the S&P 500 will be 15 percent higher from current levels by year’s end.


The market’s win streak may be just beginning. “It’s got an awfully good track record as a contrary indicator.” Each time the index last year spiked to either record or near record highs, Yardeni found the S&P 500 Index entered correction territory. The S&P 500 closed out the third week of January out of correction. He predicted the S&P 500 will be 15 percent higher from current levels by year’s end.
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Contrary indicator suggests the market's win streak is just beginning

The market’s win streak may be just beginning.

Edward Yardeni, who spent decades on Wall Street running investment strategy for firms such as Prudential and Deutsche Bank, predicts stocks will break out to all-time highs this year.

He’s partly building his bull case based on a chart pointing to negative market sentiment.

“At the end of last year the bull-bear ratio, which is something we watch from Investors Intelligence, fell below one,” the Yardeni Research president told CNBC’s “Trading Nation” on Friday. “It’s got an awfully good track record as a contrary indicator.”

Each time the index last year spiked to either record or near record highs, Yardeni found the S&P 500 Index entered correction territory. It appears an opposite trend is unfolding right now.

“Bearishness was just so widespread that the market had a technical bounce, and now the fundamentals are going the right way,” added Yardeni.

It’s a scenario he predicted on “Trading Nation” on Dec. 26 as stocks were staging a historic rebound from the Christmas Eve meltdown. According to Yardeni, investors were too pessimistic about a recession, the Federal Reserve’s interest rate policy and the U.S.-China trade war.

“A lot of these things seem to be coming around in the right direction here, and so the markets have done extremely well,” he said.

The S&P 500 closed out the third week of January out of correction. The index now on its longest win streak since August — up four weeks in a row on signs U.S.-China trade tensions may be abating and encouraging fourth quarter earnings reports.

Yardeni said those factors are ultimately driving a year-long powerful market rebound. He predicted the S&P 500 will be 15 percent higher from current levels by year’s end.

“I’m still sticking with 3100 and feel better about it,” said Yardeni, who noted valuation multiples, low interest rates and inflation is setting Wall Street up for a very good year.


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How to turn AirPods into hearing aids

Apple’s AirPods may be one of the hottest iPhone accessories you can buy right now, but they aren’t just made for listening to music. You can activate a feature called “Live Listen,” which lets you use AirPods to amplify sound, allowing them to double as basic hearing aids. Apple has long prided itself on the accessibility features it builds into its devices, helping people who are hard of hearing or have sight limitations more easily use the products. The AirPods Live Listen feature uses the mi


Apple’s AirPods may be one of the hottest iPhone accessories you can buy right now, but they aren’t just made for listening to music. You can activate a feature called “Live Listen,” which lets you use AirPods to amplify sound, allowing them to double as basic hearing aids. Apple has long prided itself on the accessibility features it builds into its devices, helping people who are hard of hearing or have sight limitations more easily use the products. The AirPods Live Listen feature uses the mi
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How to turn AirPods into hearing aids

Apple’s AirPods may be one of the hottest iPhone accessories you can buy right now, but they aren’t just made for listening to music. You can activate a feature called “Live Listen,” which lets you use AirPods to amplify sound, allowing them to double as basic hearing aids.

Apple has long prided itself on the accessibility features it builds into its devices, helping people who are hard of hearing or have sight limitations more easily use the products. in some cases, Apple’s gadgets can be used to improve consumers’ lives. They’re just not talked about a lot because they’re not really primary functions.

The AirPods Live Listen feature uses the microphone on your iPhone and then pipes the audio right into your AirPods. So, if you’re hard of hearing, instead of asking someone to speak up or sitting out of a conversation entirely, you can put your iPhone on a table — or even hold it close to someone’s mouth — and the AirPods will amplify what’s being said.

It works well and can even be used as a sort of spy gag. Since your iPhone continues to send audio to your AirPods, you can leave your iPhone on a table and listen in on the conversation even as you walk away, as long as the AirPods maintain the Bluetooth connection to your phone.

Here’s how to activate and use the AirPods Live Listen feature:


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How Los Angeles Rams’ Sean McVay became the youngest head coach in the NFL

When Gruden was fired from his position in 2010, McVay scored an interview with then-Washington Redskins’ head coach Mike Shanahan. “In the first month or so, I thought he was a little savant boy or genius boy,” former Washington tight end Chris Cooley said of McVay. McVay spent three years coaching Washington’s offense before he stepped into his current role as head coach of the Los Angeles Rams in 2017. At the time, he just was just 30 years old, more than three decades younger than the league


When Gruden was fired from his position in 2010, McVay scored an interview with then-Washington Redskins’ head coach Mike Shanahan. “In the first month or so, I thought he was a little savant boy or genius boy,” former Washington tight end Chris Cooley said of McVay. McVay spent three years coaching Washington’s offense before he stepped into his current role as head coach of the Los Angeles Rams in 2017. At the time, he just was just 30 years old, more than three decades younger than the league
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How Los Angeles Rams' Sean McVay became the youngest head coach in the NFL

“He understood the whole offense and he was a great leader,” said Montgomery.

But McVay’s dad, Tim, tells The Washington Post that his son was not always clear on whether or not he actually wanted to coach. “He was like any college kid, wondering, ‘What the heck am I going to do when I get out of college?'”

After graduating in 2008, McVay connected with long-time family friend Jon Gruden, at the time the coach of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. He offered McVay an entry-level job with the team as a gopher.

“How many kids are able to get hired right in the NFL right out of college?” Tim said. “Not many. All of a sudden, boom, he’s right in, working as an assistant to Jon. He embraced it.”

When Gruden was fired from his position in 2010, McVay scored an interview with then-Washington Redskins’ head coach Mike Shanahan. Shanahan was looking for an assistant tight end coach, and tells The Washington Post that immediately after his interview with McVay he knew he was right for the job.

He says McVay worked hard to understand the game even better, “quizzing other coaches about blitzes, protection schemes and secondary alignments.”

“He’d ask questions at a young age that most people wouldn’t ask,” Shanahan said. “He wanted to know the whys behind everything.”

That same year, Washington’s tight end coach Jon Embree left his position, and Shanahan promoted McVay, who was just shy of his 25th birthday, to the role.

“In the first month or so, I thought he was a little savant boy or genius boy,” former Washington tight end Chris Cooley said of McVay. But after working with the young coach for a few months, Cooley says he quickly learned that “he’s an outlier in the football community.”

McVay spent three years coaching Washington’s offense before he stepped into his current role as head coach of the Los Angeles Rams in 2017. At the time, he just was just 30 years old, more than three decades younger than the league’s oldest head coach, Pete Carroll, who once worked with McVay’s grandfather.

In his short time as head coach, McVay has turned the once 4 -12 Rams into a winning team that’s just one game shy of going to the Super Bowl.

Though his age may be a surprise to many, McVay’s players say it’s his no non-sense approach that makes their team work so well.

“He [knows] when to be about business,” cornerback Nickell Robey-Coleman tells ESPN, “and he [knows] when it’s time to play.”

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Gold mining CEO addresses recent industry mergers: ‘I think they’re on the right track’

Large gold producers combining forces — like Newmont Mining buying Goldcorp and Barrick Gold scooping up Randgold Resources — are “on the right track,” Tony Makuch, who runs competitor Kirkland Lake Gold, told CNBC on Thursday. In a “Mad Money” interview, Makuch reminded CNBC’s Jim Cramer of how his own company was formed: via a three-way merger in 2016 that combined what was then known as Kirkland Lake Gold with competitors Newmarket Gold and St. Andrew Goldfields. You can change your approach


Large gold producers combining forces — like Newmont Mining buying Goldcorp and Barrick Gold scooping up Randgold Resources — are “on the right track,” Tony Makuch, who runs competitor Kirkland Lake Gold, told CNBC on Thursday. In a “Mad Money” interview, Makuch reminded CNBC’s Jim Cramer of how his own company was formed: via a three-way merger in 2016 that combined what was then known as Kirkland Lake Gold with competitors Newmarket Gold and St. Andrew Goldfields. You can change your approach
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Gold mining CEO addresses recent industry mergers: 'I think they're on the right track'

Large gold producers combining forces — like Newmont Mining buying Goldcorp and Barrick Gold scooping up Randgold Resources — are “on the right track,” Tony Makuch, who runs competitor Kirkland Lake Gold, told CNBC on Thursday.

In a “Mad Money” interview, Makuch reminded CNBC’s Jim Cramer of how his own company was formed: via a three-way merger in 2016 that combined what was then known as Kirkland Lake Gold with competitors Newmarket Gold and St. Andrew Goldfields.

“We were able to put ourselves in a position where we could now invest differently and look at our mines differently. We were able to close some mines that were non-profitable and take a step back and reinvest in them. We had the capital resources available to us. We had more money,” the CEO explained. “I think that goes for the larger players as well.”

Makuch, who is president and CEO of Kirkland Lake, added that with gold itself performing strongly, lower growth companies can, perhaps, unlock some of the “valuable growth” that smaller players like Kirkland have been enjoying.

“There’s lots of things that can happen. You can change your approach in terms of how you can move the business forward by doing these mergers, and I think they’re on the right track,” he told Cramer.

“I can’t say that there’s anything wrong with it because you look at the example at Kirkland Lake Gold and the success we’ve had, and you have to see that these people and these groups can be successful too,” Makuch said.

Kirkland Lake’s stock gained 1.5 percent on Thursday, settling at $27.04 a share. Gold prices slipped slightly amid dollar strength.

But Kirkland Lake shareholders don’t have to worry about gold prices, Makuch said.

“This is a pretty exciting company and it’s also a very valuable investment,” he said. “And you don’t even have to watch what the price of gold’s doing, you just have to watch what the company’s doing.”


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Cramer Remix: There’s ‘incredible value’ in the stock market right now

The stock market’s positive response to a report that U.S. officials were considering lifting tariffs on China to get a trade deal was telling, but it wasn’t necessarily good, CNBC’s Jim Cramer said Thursday. “Stocks that had been crushed on Chinese worries roared higher like this arrangement was already a done deal” despite the report being anonymously sourced, Cramer noted. “Even when we got contrary reports later in the session that perhaps there might be no deal, these stocks held onto most


The stock market’s positive response to a report that U.S. officials were considering lifting tariffs on China to get a trade deal was telling, but it wasn’t necessarily good, CNBC’s Jim Cramer said Thursday. “Stocks that had been crushed on Chinese worries roared higher like this arrangement was already a done deal” despite the report being anonymously sourced, Cramer noted. “Even when we got contrary reports later in the session that perhaps there might be no deal, these stocks held onto most
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Cramer Remix: There's 'incredible value' in the stock market right now

The stock market’s positive response to a report that U.S. officials were considering lifting tariffs on China to get a trade deal was telling, but it wasn’t necessarily good, CNBC’s Jim Cramer said Thursday.

“Stocks that had been crushed on Chinese worries roared higher like this arrangement was already a done deal” despite the report being anonymously sourced, Cramer noted. “Even when we got contrary reports later in the session that perhaps there might be no deal, these stocks held onto most of their gains.”

So, while the market’s optimism can make you money, Cramer wouldn’t try to build a strategy around trade talks, especially with all the conflicting reports.

“I think it’s a sucker’s game to try to predict anything that goes on in Washington,” the “Mad Money” host said. “It’s pure chaos down there right now.”

Still, the late-2018 breakdown left the market so undervalued that “it feels dangerous not to buy stocks” at these levels, even if their catalysts are “nothing to write home about,” Cramer acknowledged.

“When you see this kind of positive action, you need to recognize what’s driving it. In the fourth quarter, stocks got way too cheap, and that overreaction to the downside has created incredible values that give investors a sense of certainty — they know they won’t be blown out if they buy something because there’s only so much much downside from these levels,” he explained. “When you have that sense of certainty, it’s very easy to pull the trigger and buy, which is why 2019 is turning out to be a much better year than many investors expected.”

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Goldman’s US equity strategist suggests where to invest right now

David Kostin, chief U.S. equity strategist at Goldman Sachs, told CNBC Wednesday where he would recommend investing amid the current uncertainty. So, if you’re looking for a stable business that is the nature of that business,” he said. A recurring revenue model is based on ongoing regular payments for a service or a product as opposed to one-time payment. More and more software companies are moving towards this model in order to ensure stability of profit streams. A number of software companies


David Kostin, chief U.S. equity strategist at Goldman Sachs, told CNBC Wednesday where he would recommend investing amid the current uncertainty. So, if you’re looking for a stable business that is the nature of that business,” he said. A recurring revenue model is based on ongoing regular payments for a service or a product as opposed to one-time payment. More and more software companies are moving towards this model in order to ensure stability of profit streams. A number of software companies
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Goldman's US equity strategist suggests where to invest right now

U.S. equity markets have taken a battering in recent months amid trade war tensions, fears of an economic slowdown and Fed rate hikes – not to mention ongoing political uncertainty with the U.S. government shutdown.

David Kostin, chief U.S. equity strategist at Goldman Sachs, told CNBC Wednesday where he would recommend investing amid the current uncertainty.

“From a strategy perspective we want to focus on companies and industries that are less economically sensitive,” he told CNBC’s Joumanna Bercetche in London.

“So, the idea is that if the economy accelerates or re-accelerates, or deteriorates, what are some industries that have more stable characteristics? So look at the software industry in the U.S. – in 50 years, there has been only four quarters – out of 200 quarters – of negative real spending on software in the U.S. So, if you’re looking for a stable business that is the nature of that business,” he said.

“That’s why some of the software companies where there’s more of a recurring revenue stream is an attribute that we’re looking for in this environment,” he said, speaking from Goldman Sachs’ global strategy conference.

Government policy and Fed rate hiking policy are the biggest risks in the immediate term, Kostin said, but he said equity valuations look “reasonably attractive.”

He said software companies were “shifting more and more of their business revenue mix towards recurring revenues – (so) that’s an area to focus on,” he said.

A recurring revenue model is based on ongoing regular payments for a service or a product as opposed to one-time payment. More and more software companies are moving towards this model in order to ensure stability of profit streams.

A number of software companies rely on revenue from recurring services like cloud subscriptions.


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This new smart oven can identify the food you put inside and automatically cook it just right

A new countertop oven from Whirlpool’s WLabs can automatically detect the food you put in it, and cook it for the right time. The oven was on display at CES last week where CNBC had a chance to see how it works. I tried to insert a bunch of fake asparagus in one demo and, in another, a tray of salmon. Sensors inside the oven were able to determine what I was trying to cook, and then proposed the right amount of cook time and temperature. This is different than Amazon’s microwave, which knows how


A new countertop oven from Whirlpool’s WLabs can automatically detect the food you put in it, and cook it for the right time. The oven was on display at CES last week where CNBC had a chance to see how it works. I tried to insert a bunch of fake asparagus in one demo and, in another, a tray of salmon. Sensors inside the oven were able to determine what I was trying to cook, and then proposed the right amount of cook time and temperature. This is different than Amazon’s microwave, which knows how
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This new smart oven can identify the food you put inside and automatically cook it just right

A new countertop oven from Whirlpool’s WLabs can automatically detect the food you put in it, and cook it for the right time. It takes all of the guesswork out of cooking.

The oven was on display at CES last week where CNBC had a chance to see how it works. I tried to insert a bunch of fake asparagus in one demo and, in another, a tray of salmon. Sensors inside the oven were able to determine what I was trying to cook, and then proposed the right amount of cook time and temperature.

This is different than Amazon’s microwave, which knows how long to microwave certain foods, but can’t automatically detect what you’ve placed inside.


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