WD-40 CEO Garry Ridge on quarterly earnings and the 2020 outlook

WD-40 CEO Garry Ridge on quarterly earnings and the 2020 outlook1 Hour AgoWD-40 reported better-than-expected sales and profit for its latest quarter, however, it did give an earnings outlook for 2020 that is below Wall Street estimates. Garry Ridge, WD-40 president and CEO, joins “Squawk Box” to discuss.


WD-40 CEO Garry Ridge on quarterly earnings and the 2020 outlook1 Hour AgoWD-40 reported better-than-expected sales and profit for its latest quarter, however, it did give an earnings outlook for 2020 that is below Wall Street estimates.
Garry Ridge, WD-40 president and CEO, joins “Squawk Box” to discuss.
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WD-40 CEO Garry Ridge on quarterly earnings and the 2020 outlook

WD-40 CEO Garry Ridge on quarterly earnings and the 2020 outlook

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WD-40 reported better-than-expected sales and profit for its latest quarter, however, it did give an earnings outlook for 2020 that is below Wall Street estimates. Garry Ridge, WD-40 president and CEO, joins “Squawk Box” to discuss.


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Coke shares pop ahead of ‘most promising’ new launch in decades

Coca-Cola shares popped on Friday amid a down market after the beverage company’s quarterly revenue beat Wall Street expectations, with healthier options like Zero Sugar soda and smaller size cans leading the way. The bottom line met Wall Street expectations, and that’s the big question for investors. “They were very good at offering smaller packaging sold at a premium and increasing the immediate consumption … sold in coolers and at a higher price. It’s how the company is attempting to grow i


Coca-Cola shares popped on Friday amid a down market after the beverage company’s quarterly revenue beat Wall Street expectations, with healthier options like Zero Sugar soda and smaller size cans leading the way.
The bottom line met Wall Street expectations, and that’s the big question for investors.
“They were very good at offering smaller packaging sold at a premium and increasing the immediate consumption … sold in coolers and at a higher price.
It’s how the company is attempting to grow i
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Coke shares pop ahead of 'most promising' new launch in decades

Coca-Cola shares popped on Friday amid a down market after the beverage company’s quarterly revenue beat Wall Street expectations, with healthier options like Zero Sugar soda and smaller size cans leading the way.

“The top line was driving the strong results,” said Laurent Grandet, managing director, beverage and foods lead analyst at Guggenheim Securities. “We were expecting 4% organic growth and they delivered 5%.”

The bottom line met Wall Street expectations, and that’s the big question for investors.

“Investors are very happy with the top line, but it still remains to be seen how the earning power will continue to improve, especially next year,” Grandet said.

“They were very good at offering smaller packaging sold at a premium and increasing the immediate consumption … sold in coolers and at a higher price. It’s how the company is attempting to grow in the future, offering more premium products, smaller packaging where consumers tend to consume drinks.”

Coke Zero Sugar had another quarter of double-digit volume growth and 7.5-ounce mini cans of soda grew by 15%.


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Goldman CEO on how he’s turning the Wall Street powerhouse into a giant digital bank for consumers

Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon said Thursday that the company is just starting to build out its consumer-facing digital banking offerings. I feel good about the progress that we’re making,” the Goldman chief said in an interview with CNBC’s Wilfred Frost. “I think we’re in the early stages of building a digital platform for consumers that gives them more information, more tools are their disposal.” Goldman, one of the largest investment banks in the world, fell short of expectations earlier thi


Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon said Thursday that the company is just starting to build out its consumer-facing digital banking offerings.
I feel good about the progress that we’re making,” the Goldman chief said in an interview with CNBC’s Wilfred Frost.
“I think we’re in the early stages of building a digital platform for consumers that gives them more information, more tools are their disposal.”
Goldman, one of the largest investment banks in the world, fell short of expectations earlier thi
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Goldman CEO on how he's turning the Wall Street powerhouse into a giant digital bank for consumers

Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon said Thursday that the company is just starting to build out its consumer-facing digital banking offerings.

“We’re building for the long term. I feel good about the progress that we’re making,” the Goldman chief said in an interview with CNBC’s Wilfred Frost. “I think we’re in the early stages of building a digital platform for consumers that gives them more information, more tools are their disposal.”

Solomon highlighted several of Goldman’s forays into the traditional consumer banking industry, including the launch of its Marcus unit and new credit card offering with Apple.

The firm has spent $450 million so far this year on efforts to lure in new customers, including its launch of the Apple Card, the most successful on record in terms of adoption figures, Solomon said.

“Over the last three years we’ve built a digital bank with $55 billion in digital deposits, with $5 billion of loans; 4 to 5 million customers; a brand-new credit card platform and have launched a card with Apple. I feel like that’s pretty good progress over a short period of time.”

Goldman, one of the largest investment banks in the world, fell short of expectations earlier this week when it reported earnings below what Wall Street analysts expected. The bank said profit slumped 26% to $1.88 billion as its investing and lending division missed by the largest degree.


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Morgan Stanley earnings Q3 2019

James Gorman, chief executive officer of Morgan Stanley, fixes his jacket during a Bloomberg Television interview on the sidelines of the Morgan Stanley China Summit in Beijing, China, on Thursday, June 1, 2017. Morgan Stanley posted third-quarter profit and revenue that exceeded analysts’ expectations on better-than-expected results in trading and advisory businesses. Chief Executive Officer James Gorman has helped to diversify Morgan Stanley away from trading and advisory businesses with his e


James Gorman, chief executive officer of Morgan Stanley, fixes his jacket during a Bloomberg Television interview on the sidelines of the Morgan Stanley China Summit in Beijing, China, on Thursday, June 1, 2017.
Morgan Stanley posted third-quarter profit and revenue that exceeded analysts’ expectations on better-than-expected results in trading and advisory businesses.
Chief Executive Officer James Gorman has helped to diversify Morgan Stanley away from trading and advisory businesses with his e
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Morgan Stanley earnings Q3 2019

James Gorman, chief executive officer of Morgan Stanley, fixes his jacket during a Bloomberg Television interview on the sidelines of the Morgan Stanley China Summit in Beijing, China, on Thursday, June 1, 2017.

Morgan Stanley posted third-quarter profit and revenue that exceeded analysts’ expectations on better-than-expected results in trading and advisory businesses.

The bank said Thursday that profit rose 2.3% to $2.17 billion in the quarter, or $1.17 per share, compared to the $1.11 estimate of analysts surveyed by Refinitiv.

Chief Executive Officer James Gorman has helped to diversify Morgan Stanley away from trading and advisory businesses with his emphasis on wealth management, but the bank still has sizable Wall Street operations.

Morgan Stanley shares have climbed 8.1% this year before Thursday, compared to the 17% gain of the KBW Bank Index.

Morgan Stanley is the last of the big six banks to report earnings. Lenders with large retail operations generally outperformed in the quarter, led by J.P. Morgan Chase and Bank of America. Goldman Sachs missed on profit as investment banking revenue fell, and the firm took writedowns on Uber and WeWork stakes.

Here’s what Wall Street expected:

Earnings: $1.11 a share, 5% lower than a year earlier, according to Refinitiv.

Revenue: $9.6 billion, 2.8% lower than a year earlier

Wealth management: $4.39 billion, according to FactSet

Trading: Equities $2.1 billion, Fixed Income $1.11 billion

This story is developing. Please check back for updates.


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Wall Street set for higher open after draft Brexit deal announced

Wall Street set for higher open after draft Brexit deal announced50 Mins AgoU.S. stock index futures spiked Thursday morning after a draft Brexit deal was struck between the European Union and the U.K. CNBC’s Frank Holland reports.


Wall Street set for higher open after draft Brexit deal announced50 Mins AgoU.S. stock index futures spiked Thursday morning after a draft Brexit deal was struck between the European Union and the U.K. CNBC’s Frank Holland reports.
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Wall Street set for higher open after draft Brexit deal announced

Wall Street set for higher open after draft Brexit deal announced

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U.S. stock index futures spiked Thursday morning after a draft Brexit deal was struck between the European Union and the U.K. CNBC’s Frank Holland reports.


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Would Trump quit? One Wall Street firm looks at the potential and its market ramifications

Despite the unlikelihood that Trump would shrink from the battle, one Wall Street firm has put together a what-if case should he decide to resign before being impeached. Market impact likely would be minimal, according to the analysis, which sees the emergence of Vice President Mike Pence as the GOP standard-bearer providing stability for Wall Street and the economy. Trump has been aggressive in his own defense, tweeting Thursday morning that the impeachment inquiry is “The Greatest Witch Hunt i


Despite the unlikelihood that Trump would shrink from the battle, one Wall Street firm has put together a what-if case should he decide to resign before being impeached.
Market impact likely would be minimal, according to the analysis, which sees the emergence of Vice President Mike Pence as the GOP standard-bearer providing stability for Wall Street and the economy.
Trump has been aggressive in his own defense, tweeting Thursday morning that the impeachment inquiry is “The Greatest Witch Hunt i
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Would Trump quit? One Wall Street firm looks at the potential and its market ramifications

Despite the unlikelihood that Trump would shrink from the battle, one Wall Street firm has put together a what-if case should he decide to resign before being impeached.

Trump’s instincts, of course, are to fight, and he’s given no indication so far that he’s about to back down as the Democratic leadership builds its case . The impeachment forces are banking that they can prove Trump made a quid pro quo deal with Ukrainian leaders to withhold aid in exchange for an investigation into Hunter Biden, the son of Democratic presidential front-runner Joe Biden.

As Donald Trump faces the toughest political test of his presidency, he essentially has two options: Dig in and fight, or walk away before he faces an almost certain impeachment in the House of Representatives.

“While we acknowledge this is a low probability event, the question we are hearing more often in DC is: What if President Trump decides to walk away from the presidency and voluntarily resigns prior to being impeached and/or having to release his tax returns?” wrote Chris Meekins and Ed Mills, health policy research analysts at Raymond James.

Market impact likely would be minimal, according to the analysis, which sees the emergence of Vice President Mike Pence as the GOP standard-bearer providing stability for Wall Street and the economy.

The White House declined comment on the analysis. Trump has been aggressive in his own defense, tweeting Thursday morning that the impeachment inquiry is “The Greatest Witch Hunt in American History.”

Nevertheless, should his approach change and he decides to step down, “Trump would not go down in history as one of the only impeached presidents,” the Raymond James analysts added. “His tax returns, which he does not want to give to become public while President … kind of become a non-issue. Trump can go make even more money and maybe start his own media network, which reportedly was the initial plan.”

In the scenario, Raymond James imagines Trump using this line of reasoning to further justify walking away:

I have done everything I set out to do as President. America is great again. We have record low unemployment, the market is doing amazing, we have exited endless foreign wars, and I’ve stopped other countries like China from taking advantage of us in trade deals. We passed massive tax cuts and drug prices are down for the first time ever. I’m not one of these lifetime politicians. I’m ready to return to my business and spend more time with my family. This harassment of me by Democrats has really hurt Melania and my kids.

A Trump resignation would mean Pence immediately would assume the Oval Office.

In that case, the analysis figures Pence would tap Nikki Haley, the popular former United Nations ambassador and South Carolina governor, as his running mate.


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Stocks making the biggest moves premarket: IBM, Morgan Stanley, Honeywell, Netflix & more

Check out the companies making headlines before the bell:Morgan Stanley – Morgan Stanley reported third-quarter profit of $1.27 per share, beating estimates by 16 cents a share. Honeywell – Honeywell beat estimates by 7 cents a share, with adjusted quarterly profit of $2.08 per share. Revenue fell short of Wall Street forecasts, however. Netflix – Netflix reported quarterly profit of $1.47 per share, compared to a consensus estimate of $1.04 a share. Revenue was in line with Wall Street forecast


Check out the companies making headlines before the bell:Morgan Stanley – Morgan Stanley reported third-quarter profit of $1.27 per share, beating estimates by 16 cents a share.
Honeywell – Honeywell beat estimates by 7 cents a share, with adjusted quarterly profit of $2.08 per share.
Revenue fell short of Wall Street forecasts, however.
Netflix – Netflix reported quarterly profit of $1.47 per share, compared to a consensus estimate of $1.04 a share.
Revenue was in line with Wall Street forecast
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Stocks making the biggest moves premarket: IBM, Morgan Stanley, Honeywell, Netflix & more

Check out the companies making headlines before the bell:

Morgan Stanley – Morgan Stanley reported third-quarter profit of $1.27 per share, beating estimates by 16 cents a share. Revenue also beat analysts’ forecasts. Chairman and CEO James Gorman said the quarter was a strong one despite a typical summer slowdown and volatile markets.

Honeywell – Honeywell beat estimates by 7 cents a share, with adjusted quarterly profit of $2.08 per share. Revenue fell short of Wall Street forecasts, however. Results were helped by profit margin expansion and 3% growth in organic sales. Honeywell also raised the lower end of its full-year 2019 earnings forecast, now forecasting adjusted earnings per share of $8.10 to $8.15 compared with the prior $7.95 to $8.15 a share estimate.

Netflix – Netflix reported quarterly profit of $1.47 per share, compared to a consensus estimate of $1.04 a share. Revenue was in line with Wall Street forecasts and Netflix saw an addition of 6.77 million paying subscribers during the quarter. The company warned, however, that increasing competition could weigh on subscriber growth during the remainder of the year.

IBM – The company earned an adjusted $2.68 per share for the third quarter, a penny a share above estimates. Revenue came in below analysts’ forecasts, however, with IBM reporting a fifth consecutive quarter of falling sales thanks to weakness in the company’s legacy businesses.

Ford – Ford announced a new public charging network for its electric vehicle customers and is also teaming with Amazon’s Home Services unit for the installation of various home charging options.

BellRing Brands – BellRing’s initial public offering priced at $14 per share, below the projected range of $16 to $19 per share. BellRing, maker of PowerBar branded snacks, is a spin-off from Post Holdings and will begin trading this morning on the New York Stock Exchange.

CSX – The company’s quarterly earnings came in 7 cents a share ahead of estimates, with profit of $1.08 per share. The railroad operator’s revenue was in line with Wall Street forecasts. CSX also saw lower shipment volumes

Tesla – Tesla received approval from Chinese regulators to begin production in that country. Tesla is in the process of building a $2 billion factory in Shanghai.

Unilever – Unilever reported weaker-than-expected third-quarter sales, with softer demand in India and China. Emerging markets account for about 60% of the consumer product maker’s business.

Taiwan Semiconductor – Taiwan Semi reported better-than-expected quarterly profit, with the chipmaker and Apple supplier seeing its net profit rise 13.5% from a year earlier.

Facebook – Facebook fell again in Interbrand’s annual Best Global Brands report, dropping to 14th place from 9th. Interbrand – a unit of ad giant Omnicom – said the estimated value of the Facebook brand fell 12% to $39.9 billion from a year earlier.

Alcoa – Alcoa is mulling up to $1 billion in asset sales as well as closing production facilities, as aluminum prices fall. The aluminum producer reported a loss of 44 cents per share for the third quarter, wider than the 33 cents a share that Wall Street was expecting. Revenue was essentially in line with expectations.

Apple – Apple’s Apple Pay service is being examined for antitrust concerns by European Union regulators, according to the Financial Times.


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Here’s what every major analyst is saying about Netflix’s earnings report

Wall Street analysts are breathing a sigh of relief after Netflix earnings beat the street on Wednesday after the bell. In fact, expectations remain high for Netflix going forward and rightly so according to analysts. Domestic subscriptions came in below estimates and competition looms from Disney and Apple though the company largely said it welcomed it. Shares of the company are up over 6% in early trading. Here’s what else analysts are saying about Netflix’s earnings report:


Wall Street analysts are breathing a sigh of relief after Netflix earnings beat the street on Wednesday after the bell.
In fact, expectations remain high for Netflix going forward and rightly so according to analysts.
Domestic subscriptions came in below estimates and competition looms from Disney and Apple though the company largely said it welcomed it.
Shares of the company are up over 6% in early trading.
Here’s what else analysts are saying about Netflix’s earnings report:
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Here's what every major analyst is saying about Netflix's earnings report

Wall Street analysts are breathing a sigh of relief after Netflix earnings beat the street on Wednesday after the bell. That doesn’t mean the streaming giant is in the clear, though.

In fact, expectations remain high for Netflix going forward and rightly so according to analysts. Domestic subscriptions came in below estimates and competition looms from Disney and Apple though the company largely said it welcomed it.

Shares of the company are up over 6% in early trading.

Here’s what else analysts are saying about Netflix’s earnings report:


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Elaine’s ‘Seinfeld’ apartment building in NYC is on the market for over $8 million — take a look inside

Elaine Benes’ New York City apartment building from “Seinfeld” is on the market for $8.65 million — in reality it’s a townhouse that served as the exterior shot for Elaine’s home. In 1995, the home, which is in Manhattan’s Chelsea neighborhood, was purchased by the current owners for $950,000, according to Realtor.com. “Seinfeld” began airing in 1989, and as the owners told The Wall Street Journal, many of the shots used for the show were taken before they moved in. “Maybe twice a month, someone


Elaine Benes’ New York City apartment building from “Seinfeld” is on the market for $8.65 million — in reality it’s a townhouse that served as the exterior shot for Elaine’s home.
In 1995, the home, which is in Manhattan’s Chelsea neighborhood, was purchased by the current owners for $950,000, according to Realtor.com.
“Seinfeld” began airing in 1989, and as the owners told The Wall Street Journal, many of the shots used for the show were taken before they moved in.
“Maybe twice a month, someone
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Elaine's 'Seinfeld' apartment building in NYC is on the market for over $8 million — take a look inside

Elaine Benes’ New York City apartment building from “Seinfeld” is on the market for $8.65 million — in reality it’s a townhouse that served as the exterior shot for Elaine’s home. Elaine was played by Julia Louis-Dreyfus.

In 1995, the home, which is in Manhattan’s Chelsea neighborhood, was purchased by the current owners for $950,000, according to Realtor.com. “Seinfeld” began airing in 1989, and as the owners told The Wall Street Journal, many of the shots used for the show were taken before they moved in.

“They had to come back and do footage for the final episode of Seinfeld shortly after we moved in because they discovered in their archives they didn’t have a night shot of our house,” one of the owners, Lori Monson, told The Wall Street Journal.

“Maybe twice a month, someone would walk by, and they’d say, ‘Is this Elaine’s house?’ I would go, ‘How would you know that?'” Monson told the Journal. “Maybe, I’d say, about 10 years ago, it stopped.”

The 4,730-square-foot townhouse has six bedrooms and four full bathrooms. Take a look inside.

Yoo Jean Han for Sotheby’s International Realty

Built in 1839, the first floor has hand-carved moldings, mahogany doors with original hardware and marble fireplaces.


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Here’s what every major analyst is saying about Netflix’s earnings report

Wall Street analysts are breathing a sigh of relief after Netflix earnings beat the street on Wednesday after the bell. In fact, expectations remain high for Netflix going forward and rightly so according to analysts. Domestic subscriptions came in below estimates and competition looms from Disney and Apple though the company largely said it welcomed it. Shares of the company are up over 6% in early trading. Here’s what else analysts are saying about Netflix’s earnings report:


Wall Street analysts are breathing a sigh of relief after Netflix earnings beat the street on Wednesday after the bell.
In fact, expectations remain high for Netflix going forward and rightly so according to analysts.
Domestic subscriptions came in below estimates and competition looms from Disney and Apple though the company largely said it welcomed it.
Shares of the company are up over 6% in early trading.
Here’s what else analysts are saying about Netflix’s earnings report:
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Here's what every major analyst is saying about Netflix's earnings report

Wall Street analysts are breathing a sigh of relief after Netflix earnings beat the street on Wednesday after the bell. That doesn’t mean the streaming giant is in the clear, though.

In fact, expectations remain high for Netflix going forward and rightly so according to analysts. Domestic subscriptions came in below estimates and competition looms from Disney and Apple though the company largely said it welcomed it.

Shares of the company are up over 6% in early trading.

Here’s what else analysts are saying about Netflix’s earnings report:


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