Dollar dips versus yen as growth concerns shake confidence

The dollar fell against the yen on Thursday as growing investor aversion to riskier assets hit equities and pushed down U.S. Treasury yields. Global equity markets have been shaken and the dollar fell this week after an inversion in a part of the U.S. Treasury yield curve triggered market concerns about economic growth. U.S. Treasury yields fell, pressuring the dollar. “Lower Treasury yields are driving the dollar lower against the yen. The euro lost 0.42 percent to 127.85 yen, the Australian do


The dollar fell against the yen on Thursday as growing investor aversion to riskier assets hit equities and pushed down U.S. Treasury yields. Global equity markets have been shaken and the dollar fell this week after an inversion in a part of the U.S. Treasury yield curve triggered market concerns about economic growth. U.S. Treasury yields fell, pressuring the dollar. “Lower Treasury yields are driving the dollar lower against the yen. The euro lost 0.42 percent to 127.85 yen, the Australian do
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Dollar dips versus yen as growth concerns shake confidence

The dollar fell against the yen on Thursday as growing investor aversion to riskier assets hit equities and pushed down U.S. Treasury yields.

The U.S. currency dropped 0.45 percent to 112.68 yen, handing back its modest gains made overnight.

Global equity markets have been shaken and the dollar fell this week after an inversion in a part of the U.S. Treasury yield curve triggered market concerns about economic growth.

Adding to the jitters on Thursday was the arrest in Canada of a top executive of Chinese tech giant Huawei Technologies, fanning fears of a flare-up in tensions between China and the United States just as the two sides are supposed to be resuming trade negotiations.

MSCI’s broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan was down 1.93 percent and Japan’s Nikkei lost more than 2 percent.

U.S. Treasury yields fell, pressuring the dollar.

“Lower Treasury yields are driving the dollar lower against the yen. It is difficult to pinpoint how much funds investors have transferred from equities to bonds in the recent risk aversion and it is too early to call a bottom for Treasury yields,” said Yukio Ishizuki, senior currency strategist at Daiwa Securities.

The 10-year Treasury yield last stood at 2.8829 percent.

Signals from the Federal Reserve last week that it may be nearing an end to its three-year rate hiking cycle have helped trigger the slide in Treasury yields.

The spread between the two-year and five-year Treasury yields inverted this week and the two-year/10-year spread was at its flattest in more than a decade amid a sharp fall in long-term rates.

A flatter curve is seen as an indicator of a slowing economy, with lower longer-dated yields suggesting a potential recession down the road.

“The dollar could remain under pressure until this month’s Fed meeting as long-term Treasury yields may not be able to mount a rebound until the market sees the Fed’s stance on policy and the economy,” said Junichi Ishikawa, senior FX strategist at IG Securities in Tokyo.

“The recent reaction to the U.S. yield curve inversion appears a little hysterical, but the dollar will not be given the all clear sign until the Fed meeting is hurdled.”

Fed policymakers are still widely expected to raise interest rates again at their Dec 18-19 meeting, but the market focus is on how many rate hikes will follow in 2019.

The yen, often sought in times of market unrest, made strides against other peers as well.

The euro lost 0.42 percent to 127.85 yen, the Australian dollar slumped 1.02 percent to 81.44 yen and the pound fell 0.55 percent to 143.33 yen.

The euro was little changed at $1.1346 after retreating from this week’s high of $1.1419 scaled on Tuesday.

The Australian dollar, sensitive to swings in risk sentiment, was down 0.58 percent at $0.7226.

The Aussie was already on a shaky footing after shedding nearly 1 percent the previous day on weaker-than-expected third quarter Australian gross domestic product data.

The pound was a shade lower at $1.2723.

Sterling had sunk to a 17-month low of $1.2659 at one point on Tuesday after parliamentary setbacks for Prime Minister Theresa May.

— CNBC contributed to this report.


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Here’s how Ford’s autonomous vehicles will shake up ride hailing and delivery services

Ford is road testing its autonomous vehicles in partnership with the city of Miami, as the legacy automaker hopes to capitalize on the emerging technology in ride-share and business delivery. The automaker has been testing a Ford Fusion equipped with autonomous vehicle tech, or AV, in Miami since February. Sherif Marakby, CEO of Ford Autonomous Vehicles, told CNBC the company is focused on profitability and scalability. “We’re laser focused on profitability,” said Marakby, who said autonomous ve


Ford is road testing its autonomous vehicles in partnership with the city of Miami, as the legacy automaker hopes to capitalize on the emerging technology in ride-share and business delivery. The automaker has been testing a Ford Fusion equipped with autonomous vehicle tech, or AV, in Miami since February. Sherif Marakby, CEO of Ford Autonomous Vehicles, told CNBC the company is focused on profitability and scalability. “We’re laser focused on profitability,” said Marakby, who said autonomous ve
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Here's how Ford's autonomous vehicles will shake up ride hailing and delivery services

Ford is road testing its autonomous vehicles in partnership with the city of Miami, as the legacy automaker hopes to capitalize on the emerging technology in ride-share and business delivery.

The automaker has been testing a Ford Fusion equipped with autonomous vehicle tech, or AV, in Miami since February. It chose the city because of its congestion and the unpredictability of the traffic there. Tests are also being done in three other cities: Pittsburgh, Detroit and Washington, D.C.

Ford has said it plans to begin selling self-driving cars by 2021, but it is also testing out ways it can use these vehicles to carry people and things. Sherif Marakby, CEO of Ford Autonomous Vehicles, told CNBC the company is focused on profitability and scalability.

“We’re laser focused on profitability,” said Marakby, who said autonomous vehicles provide transportation at a lower cost than current vehicles. “While the vehicle is expensive, initially we’re deploying it in service so the cost per mile for transportation for a person or a business is going to be lower and will be profitable for us,” he said.

Ford has said it plans to invest a total of $4 billion into AV technology through 2023.

On Wednesday, the company announced a partnership with Walmart and Postmates to collaborate on a delivery service that will one day use autonomous vehicles.

During a test ride with CNBC, Ford used a car that was autonomous, however, it did travel along a predetermined and pre-programmed route. Ford also manned the vehicle with a safety driver, whose hands hovered over the wheel, which the company said was a “precaution.”


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Roku plans to shake up how customers watch video, and it could help the company earn more ad dollars

Roku executives have all expressed plans to expand its The Roku Channel streaming app into “a house channel,” similar to how Apple’s TV app works today, three of the sources said. With 22 million active accounts as of June, a Roku device or Roku-enabled smart TV is the main way that U.S. households stream TV shows and movies. Google has a live streaming TV service, YouTube TV, which it argues offers advertisers the exact TV audience they want to reach. Media companies may be willing to sign on.


Roku executives have all expressed plans to expand its The Roku Channel streaming app into “a house channel,” similar to how Apple’s TV app works today, three of the sources said. With 22 million active accounts as of June, a Roku device or Roku-enabled smart TV is the main way that U.S. households stream TV shows and movies. Google has a live streaming TV service, YouTube TV, which it argues offers advertisers the exact TV audience they want to reach. Media companies may be willing to sign on.
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Roku plans to shake up how customers watch video, and it could help the company earn more ad dollars

As audiences increasingly cut the cord, Roku is seizing its opportunity as an ad-friendly streaming video platform.

Roku is in current talks with media companies to include their content in its app instead of leaving it in their own separate apps, according to five advertising, technology and media executives who had talked with the company. In exchange, Roku will lead advertising sales on their shows and take a larger share of the revenue.

Roku executives have all expressed plans to expand its The Roku Channel streaming app into “a house channel,” similar to how Apple’s TV app works today, three of the sources said.

Other apps will still be allowed on the platform, but would not be featured as prominently as they are today. One proposed plan would make the Roku-owned free service the home screen, where people would be able to access partner content without switching from app to app, according to two of the executives. Roku would recommend shows and movies based on user data and pre-set categories. No sense of timing was given, but they were told the changes were a “core focus” for Roku’s future plans, three of the sources said.

A spokesperson for Roku said it does not comment on specific partner relationships or rumors or speculation.

With 22 million active accounts as of June, a Roku device or Roku-enabled smart TV is the main way that U.S. households stream TV shows and movies. It’s also a method marketers can use to reach those viewers. The company has also vastly expanded its own app, The Roku Channel, making it available non-Roku devices like desktop computers via the internet and on mobile phones.

Wedbush Securities upgraded Roku last week to a buy due to its dominant position in OTT advertising and potential for international expansion. The company reports earnings on Wednesday.

Roku is also facing stiff competition from other device makers with deeper pockets like Google’s Chromecast, Apple TV and Amazon Fire TV. Amazon’s streaming video advertising business is just starting up, but the company has also talked to media buyers about expanding its ad-supported video options, CNBC previously reported. Google has a live streaming TV service, YouTube TV, which it argues offers advertisers the exact TV audience they want to reach. And Apple is aggressively purchasing its own shows and movies for an upcoming service, although has indicated to media companies it will not be ad-supported.

For users, the changes could make it easier to find shows to watch without having to switch from app to app.

But it’s really Roku who stands to gain the most. Roku’s platform revenue reached $90.3 million last quarter, growing 96 percent year over year. Its average revenue per user (ARPU) reached $16.60. EMarketer projects Roku will generate $293 million in ad revenue in 2018, noting money floating to over-the-top (OTT) streaming video companies is going to continue to rise as TV ad spending declines.

“With Google and Facebook, you have the ability to place the ads, but you don’t have the same type of content, something where users will spend 30 [minutes] to an hour undisturbed,” said Raghu Kodige, chief product officer for TV data company Alphonso.

Apps that appear on Roku’s platform have to let Roku sell up to 30 percent of their ad inventory and give up as much as 20 percent of one-time purchases (like movies). Larger, more popular streaming services have more negotiation power and may pay the company little to no fees.

If media companies agree to put their shows and movies on Roku’s own service, the company is proposing it will handle sales and get 55 percent of the ad revenue, according to one industry executive. Ads would range from traditional 30-second ad breaks, display banner ads and sponsorship opportunities around themed video playlists. For example, a collection of road trip movies could get interest from an auto advertiser.

Media companies may be willing to sign on. They are already getting less money for their channels from cable companies, so they are more open to deals with companies like Roku because it’s one way to increase revenue, according to one media executive. Roku also reaches the audience who don’t have cable or satellite subscriptions, another executive noted. But whether the larger media companies will agree to give up 55 percent of the ad revenue remains to be seen, a source added. It will also increase competition for the apps that remain separate from Roku’s streaming services.

Roku shares dropped as much as 12 percent after hours on Wednesday as the company reported Q3 earnings. The company beat expectations on revenue and earnings and raised guidance, but came in slightly below expectations on platform revenue and average revenue per user.


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Shake Shack tumbles 6% after missing on same-store sales

Shake Shack fell in after-hours trade Thursday after the burger chain reported a same-store sales decline that sharply missed expectations. Analysts polled by Refinitiv had projected sales at restaurants open at least 12 months to grow 1.1 percent. Shake Shack said the decline includes a 4 percent decrease in guest traffic. CEO Randy Garutti said Shake Shack expects to open an additional 36 to 40 domestic company-operated restaurants in 2019. Shake Shack expects to open its first restaurants in


Shake Shack fell in after-hours trade Thursday after the burger chain reported a same-store sales decline that sharply missed expectations. Analysts polled by Refinitiv had projected sales at restaurants open at least 12 months to grow 1.1 percent. Shake Shack said the decline includes a 4 percent decrease in guest traffic. CEO Randy Garutti said Shake Shack expects to open an additional 36 to 40 domestic company-operated restaurants in 2019. Shake Shack expects to open its first restaurants in
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Shake Shack tumbles 6% after missing on same-store sales

Shake Shack fell in after-hours trade Thursday after the burger chain reported a same-store sales decline that sharply missed expectations.

The company said comparable-restaurant sales fell 0.7 percent during the quarter. Analysts polled by Refinitiv had projected sales at restaurants open at least 12 months to grow 1.1 percent.

Shake Shack said the decline includes a 4 percent decrease in guest traffic.

Still, that’s an improvement from the 1.6 percent same-restaurant sales decline in the comparable year ago quarter.

That news outweighed better-than-expected earnings and revenue. The stock fell as much as 6 percent after the close.

Here’s how Shake Shack did compared to consensus estimates from Refinitiv:

Earnings: 21 cents per share, vs. 13 cents per share

Revenue: $119.6 million vs. $117 million

In the third quarter, Shake Shack said net income was $5 million, or 17 cents a share, compared with earnings of $5 million, or 19 cents a share, a year ago. After stripping out items, Shake Shack said it earned 21 cents a share in the latest period, which was better than the 13 cents a share analysts were expecting.

Revenue rose 26.5 percent to $119.6 million from $94.6 million a year ago, topping estimates of $117 million.

The company also raised its full-year revenue outlook. Shake Shack said it now expects full-year revenue between $450 million and $452 million. It previously forecast revenue between $446 million and $450 million for 2018.

CEO Randy Garutti said Shake Shack expects to open an additional 36 to 40 domestic company-operated restaurants in 2019.

He also said the company entered into licensing agreements to open more than 50 Shake Shacks in the Philippines, Mexico and Singapore over the next decade. Shake Shack expects to open its first restaurants in Singapore and Mexico in 2019.

As of their Thursday close, shares of the burger chain have gained more than 26 percent so far in 2018.


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Why Silicon Valley can’t shake accusations of anticonservative bias

No matter what they decide, someone will accuse them of bias. That is why they are desperate to transfer the responsibility (and legal liabilities) of making these decisions to someone else. Until we do, this controversy is here to stay, because these companies are the new masters of public information. And the gatekeepers are now media monopolists that likes of which would turn Citizen Kane green with envy. We are going to need a new digital social contract that guarantees our rights in this ma


No matter what they decide, someone will accuse them of bias. That is why they are desperate to transfer the responsibility (and legal liabilities) of making these decisions to someone else. Until we do, this controversy is here to stay, because these companies are the new masters of public information. And the gatekeepers are now media monopolists that likes of which would turn Citizen Kane green with envy. We are going to need a new digital social contract that guarantees our rights in this ma
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Why Silicon Valley can't shake accusations of anticonservative bias

“If we are going to have the most valuable companies in the history of the world decide how all of our news and information is sorted and delivered to us, we are going to need radical transparency.”

The companies make a clear and obvious counterargument. They are not in the business of making value judgments. It’s simply not in their commercial interests to do so. They don’t want to be the “arbiters of truth”; they don’t want to determine what constitutes nudity or profanity and what does not; and they don’t want to determine whether certain novel forms of extreme content deserve to be taken offline or not. No matter what they decide, someone will accuse them of bias. That is why they are desperate to transfer the responsibility (and legal liabilities) of making these decisions to someone else. They want to act upon the policies set forth by a third party, and they don’t care who that third party might be — whether government or civil society or industry organization — so long as the public thinks that third party is credible and so long as the regulations they set are favorable, meaning the rules favor the industry’s desires to innovate, even if that innovation comes at the expense of some public interest.

In the end this won’t work. Because the tech companies do decide. They are both publishers and they are technology platforms. Every day, they sort political information and deliver it to billions of people. And we do not know the rationale for those choices. Until we do, this controversy is here to stay, because these companies are the new masters of public information. While we’ve never had a perfect system of news production and distribution (far from it), we have always had a pretty clear understanding of how it came to us, who decided, and why. And now we don’t. And the gatekeepers are now media monopolists that likes of which would turn Citizen Kane green with envy.

The answer to the problem of #stopthebias is to pull back the curtain on the digital media marketplace. If we are going to have the most valuable companies in the history of the world decide how all of our news and information is sorted and delivered to us, we are going to need radical transparency. We are going to need a new digital social contract that guarantees our rights in this market.


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Wall Street losses rip through global markets as rate fears shake investors

Global markets plunged Thursday, continuing steep losses seen in the previous session, as investors worry about rapidly rising interest rates and an expected slowdown in global growth. Overnight Dow Jones industrial average futures were down by 189 points as of 2:52 a.m. This after stocks sank Wednesday with the Dow plunging more than 800 points in its worst drop since February. Around the world, stocks have tumbled on the back of concerns surrounding global economic growth and rising interest r


Global markets plunged Thursday, continuing steep losses seen in the previous session, as investors worry about rapidly rising interest rates and an expected slowdown in global growth. Overnight Dow Jones industrial average futures were down by 189 points as of 2:52 a.m. This after stocks sank Wednesday with the Dow plunging more than 800 points in its worst drop since February. Around the world, stocks have tumbled on the back of concerns surrounding global economic growth and rising interest r
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Wall Street losses rip through global markets as rate fears shake investors

Global markets plunged Thursday, continuing steep losses seen in the previous session, as investors worry about rapidly rising interest rates and an expected slowdown in global growth.

Overnight Dow Jones industrial average futures were down by 189 points as of 2:52 a.m. ET. Futures implied the Dow will open Thursday down by 280 points. This after stocks sank Wednesday with the Dow plunging more than 800 points in its worst drop since February. The VIX (the CBOE Volatility Index), which is seen as a fear gauge for the market, also hit a high of 20.58, its highest level since April 11.

Around the world, stocks have tumbled on the back of concerns surrounding global economic growth and rising interest rates. The International Monetary Fund warned earlier this week that simmering trade tensions, such as those between the U.S. and China, could lead to a “sudden deterioration in risk sentiment, triggering a broad-based correction in global capital markets and a sharp tightening of global financial conditions.”

Meanwhile, U.S. Treasury yields have this week climbed to multi-year highs. Traditionally a sharp rise in bond yields — the cost of borrowing — is seen as negative for major cooperates and their stock prices. President Donald Trump on Wednesday once again criticized the U.S. Federal Reserve, calling the central bank “crazy” for its insistence on hiking rates. Trump also commented on the plunge in markets, calling it a “correction that we’ve been waiting for for a long time.”


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Shake Shack shares sink as delayed restaurant openings weigh on its revenue growth

Shake Shack said on Thursday that delays in new restaurant openings would slow revenue growth this year, disappointing Wall Street which was expecting the company to raise its guidance. The company maintained its full-year revenue forecast of between $446 million and $450 million, which was below analysts’ expectation of $452.3 million. Shake Shack, which started as a single Manhattan hot dog stand in 2001, is now widening its presence in the United States and aims to have a total of 122 to 125


Shake Shack said on Thursday that delays in new restaurant openings would slow revenue growth this year, disappointing Wall Street which was expecting the company to raise its guidance. The company maintained its full-year revenue forecast of between $446 million and $450 million, which was below analysts’ expectation of $452.3 million. Shake Shack, which started as a single Manhattan hot dog stand in 2001, is now widening its presence in the United States and aims to have a total of 122 to 125
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Shake Shack shares sink as delayed restaurant openings weigh on its revenue growth

Shake Shack said on Thursday that delays in new restaurant openings would slow revenue growth this year, disappointing Wall Street which was expecting the company to raise its guidance.

Shares of the burger chain, which have risen 31 percent in the last three months, fell 5.5 percent to $60.50 in extended trading.

The company maintained its full-year revenue forecast of between $446 million and $450 million, which was below analysts’ expectation of $452.3 million.

Shake Shack, which started as a single Manhattan hot dog stand in 2001, is now widening its presence in the United States and aims to have a total of 122 to 125 company-operated stores by the end of the year.

However, the company said more than 70 percent of its 32 to 35 new restaurants will open in the second half of the year due to bottlenecks such as a prolonged permitting process as well as shortage of labor and construction equipment.

“The unfortunate reality for timing is just that way more than we expected Shacks are going to open in the third and fourth quarter,” Shake Shack CEO Randall Garutti said on a call with analysts. “So, it will be a big push for us at the end of the year.”

Revenue growth for the New York-based company has been largely driven by its strategy of opening more stores and selling burgers and milkshakes at higher prices to avoid the intense competition of value-driven fast food chains.

The company, whose revenue has beaten Wall Street estimates for at least the last nine quarters, has been enjoying a lofty valuation, with its shares trading at 92.85 times its 12-month forward earnings.

That had led investors to expect a strong beat in same-restaurant sales and a raise in its full-year revenue and comparable sales guidance, Cowen & Co. analyst Andrew Charles wrote in a pre-earnings note.

However, sales at Shake Shacks open for at least two years rose 1.1 percent, in line with what analysts had expected.

“Should the results meet or even miss investor expectations, we would expect shares’ reaction to be strongly negative,” Charles wrote.

Total revenue rose 27.3 percent to $116.3 million, beating the average analyst estimate of $111 million.

Excluding certain items, the company earned 29 cents per share in the second quarter ended June 27, beating the estimate of 18 cents, according to Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S.


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Shake Shack shares tumble amid restaurant stock wreckage

Shake Shack shares tumble amid restaurant stock wreckage6 Hours AgoBob Derrington, Telsey Advisory Group restaurant analyst, breaks down why Shake Shack shares are falling after its latest earnings report and why restaurant stocks in general are underperforming the market.


Shake Shack shares tumble amid restaurant stock wreckage6 Hours AgoBob Derrington, Telsey Advisory Group restaurant analyst, breaks down why Shake Shack shares are falling after its latest earnings report and why restaurant stocks in general are underperforming the market.
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Shake Shack shares tumble amid restaurant stock wreckage

Shake Shack shares tumble amid restaurant stock wreckage

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Bob Derrington, Telsey Advisory Group restaurant analyst, breaks down why Shake Shack shares are falling after its latest earnings report and why restaurant stocks in general are underperforming the market.


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Shake Shack falls despite beating on earnings and revenues


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Shake Shack sales in line, but the stock’s dropping

Shake Shack sales in line, but the stock’s dropping3:50 PM ET Thu, 2 Aug 2018Nick Setyan of Wedbush Securities joins the ‘Closing Bell’ team to discuss what investors were expecting to see from Shake Shack’s quarterly earnings report.


Shake Shack sales in line, but the stock’s dropping3:50 PM ET Thu, 2 Aug 2018Nick Setyan of Wedbush Securities joins the ‘Closing Bell’ team to discuss what investors were expecting to see from Shake Shack’s quarterly earnings report.
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Shake Shack sales in line, but the stock's dropping

Shake Shack sales in line, but the stock’s dropping

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Nick Setyan of Wedbush Securities joins the ‘Closing Bell’ team to discuss what investors were expecting to see from Shake Shack’s quarterly earnings report.


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