How to negotiate a raise like a Girlboss, according to CEO Sophia Amoruso

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How to negotiate a raise like a Girlboss, according to CEO Sophia Amoruso2 Hours AgoTo view this site, you need to have JavaScript enabled in your browser, and either the Flash Plugin or an HTML5-Video enabled browser. Download the latest Flash player and try again. The Girlboss co-founder and CEO has been her own boss since age 22. She shares her advice for scoring a raise or promotion.
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How to negotiate a raise like a Girlboss, according to CEO Sophia Amoruso

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The battery industry is blowing up and it’s changing everything, from cars to phones

Take a minute and think about how many things you’ve used today that need a battery. The lithium-ion battery industry alone is worth $23 billion and is expected to grow to $93 billion by 2025, according to Grand View Research. Battery technology has been ever-evolving since the late 18th century as our energy-storage needs have continued to grow. But to propel us into a fully electric future, we may need new battery technology on a scale never before seen. Watch to learn about how battery innova


Take a minute and think about how many things you’ve used today that need a battery. The lithium-ion battery industry alone is worth $23 billion and is expected to grow to $93 billion by 2025, according to Grand View Research. Battery technology has been ever-evolving since the late 18th century as our energy-storage needs have continued to grow. But to propel us into a fully electric future, we may need new battery technology on a scale never before seen. Watch to learn about how battery innova
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The battery industry is blowing up and it's changing everything, from cars to phones

Take a minute and think about how many things you’ve used today that need a battery. We’re surrounded by them. The lithium-ion battery industry alone is worth $23 billion and is expected to grow to $93 billion by 2025, according to Grand View Research.

Battery technology has been ever-evolving since the late 18th century as our energy-storage needs have continued to grow. But to propel us into a fully electric future, we may need new battery technology on a scale never before seen.

Watch to learn about how battery innovation is changing our world.


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‘Get a Room’ stars show how to design a house on a budget

Kressley stated that one way to make a room look great, if you’re on a tight budget: Paint. “It’s by far the biggest bang for your buck design tool. It also allows you to take a bit of design risk without a big financial risk,” Kressley told CNBC. Filicia added: “Put your money into the things you’ll live with a long time (sofa, bed, dining table etc.) “So you look kind of inward, you look at yourself and your architecture and your own point of view, and that should be your springboard.”


Kressley stated that one way to make a room look great, if you’re on a tight budget: Paint. “It’s by far the biggest bang for your buck design tool. It also allows you to take a bit of design risk without a big financial risk,” Kressley told CNBC. Filicia added: “Put your money into the things you’ll live with a long time (sofa, bed, dining table etc.) “So you look kind of inward, you look at yourself and your architecture and your own point of view, and that should be your springboard.”
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'Get a Room' stars show how to design a house on a budget

Kressley stated that one way to make a room look great, if you’re on a tight budget: Paint.

“It’s by far the biggest bang for your buck design tool. It also allows you to take a bit of design risk without a big financial risk,” Kressley told CNBC.

Filicia added: “Put your money into the things you’ll live with a long time (sofa, bed, dining table etc.) and have fun with the things that are more temporary (accessories, pillows, etc).”

The interior decorator said to think of interior design like fashion. If you invest in a great pair of shoes that you plan on having for a long time, you can pair that with a T-shirt and jeans, and still look fabulous.

“When it becomes the design part….that’s really about your personality your sensibility, your aesthetic. It becomes very personal and people become paralyzed,” Filicia said.

If you’re not sure what your style might be, The co-hosts say take cues from your closet. Kressly explained that “If everything is roughly in floral and kind of bohemian then you might want a shabby chic kind of vibe.”

Filicia added that using apps like Pinterest are also helpful. Users can create vision boards, and pin pictures of items that catch their eye.

“If you use that heart feature and you start liking things that are on a design retailer’s site or even a Pinterest, you’ll eventually start to see a through line,” says Kressley.

But it’s not just your personal style that factors into a good design.

“Understand the location of the home, the architecture, your lifestyle, your point of view, how you want to use the space, how you entertain and live and then you start connecting those dots, Filicia said. “So you look kind of inward, you look at yourself and your architecture and your own point of view, and that should be your springboard.”

On the Money airs on CNBC Saturdays at 5:30 am ET, or check listings for air times in local markets.


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US and China are ‘two big animals learning to co-exist,’ says Morgan Stanley

“My view is that President Trump is a deal maker, he’s realistic. He has a lot of support from the United States … on whether China has benefited too much from globalization, and he’s trying to re-address that balance.” U.S. President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping are expected to meet at the G-20 summit this week, with trade high on their agenda. “My view is that President Trump is a deal maker, he’s realistic. The Chinese government under Xi is “very practical” and has shown “


“My view is that President Trump is a deal maker, he’s realistic. He has a lot of support from the United States … on whether China has benefited too much from globalization, and he’s trying to re-address that balance.” U.S. President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping are expected to meet at the G-20 summit this week, with trade high on their agenda. “My view is that President Trump is a deal maker, he’s realistic. The Chinese government under Xi is “very practical” and has shown “
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US and China are 'two big animals learning to co-exist,' says Morgan Stanley

“My view is that President Trump is a deal maker, he’s realistic. He has a lot of support from the United States … on whether China has benefited too much from globalization, and he’s trying to re-address that balance.”

The tariff fight between the two countries is often cited as the biggest risk to global investor confidence and a threat to the world economy. The International Monetary Fund, for instance, cut its global growth forecasts for this year and next as a result of the trade fight.

U.S. President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping are expected to meet at the G-20 summit this week, with trade high on their agenda. Kelleher acknowledged he can’t know how the meeting will turn out, but he said he’s hopeful that it will mark the start to “a more practical cooperation between the two basically superpowers.”

“My view is that President Trump is a deal maker, he’s realistic. He has a lot of support from the United States … on whether China has benefited too much from globalization, and he’s trying to re-address that balance,” Kelleher said at the Morgan Stanley 17th Annual Asia Pacific Summit in Singapore.

“I think even the Chinese themselves understand the merit of some of that” sentiment, he added. The Chinese government under Xi is “very practical” and has shown “real evidence” of opening up their markets.


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Wall Street economists think the stock market misinterpreted Powell and big rally was overreaction

He characterized the Powell speech as “in line with prior remarks.” The chairman highlighted “both the significant uncertainty around neutral rate estimates and the fact that current rates remain below the lowest of the Fed’s model estimates of neutral. “The shift in emphasis is clear” between the two comments, Feroli wrote. “With respect to the neutral rate we didn’t find too much at odds with previous Committee communications,” he wrote of Wednesday’s Powell speech. Bank of America Merrill Lyn


He characterized the Powell speech as “in line with prior remarks.” The chairman highlighted “both the significant uncertainty around neutral rate estimates and the fact that current rates remain below the lowest of the Fed’s model estimates of neutral. “The shift in emphasis is clear” between the two comments, Feroli wrote. “With respect to the neutral rate we didn’t find too much at odds with previous Committee communications,” he wrote of Wednesday’s Powell speech. Bank of America Merrill Lyn
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Wall Street economists think the stock market misinterpreted Powell and big rally was overreaction

Indeed, some of the more hawkish economists on the Street stuck to their forecasts.

Jan Hatzius, chief economist at Goldman Sachs, still thinks the Fed will hike four times in 2019, which is above the current indications from the Federal Open Market Committee’s closely watched “dot-plot” estimates. The FOMC sets interest rates for the Fed, and the dots represent where each member sees rates.

Where the market saw a major shift from Powell, Hatzius saw only nuance. He characterized the Powell speech as “in line with prior remarks.”

The chairman highlighted “both the significant uncertainty around neutral rate estimates and the fact that current rates remain below the lowest of the Fed’s model estimates of neutral. He reiterated a gradual path — interpreted in our view to mean quarterly rate hikes — as the middle ground between the risks of hiking too quickly and too slowly,” Hatzius wrote.

Similarly, J.P. Morgan also still sees four hikes ahead. Michael Feroli, the firm’s chief U.S. economist, said the market may have read a little too much in the difference between Powell’s October and November remarks.

“The shift in emphasis is clear” between the two comments, Feroli wrote. “The literal differences between the two sets of comments are less stark.”

In fact, Feroli figures Powell basically said the same thing both times — the Fed remains “a long way” from the consensus neutral rate of about 3 percent, and is “just below” the range of estimates that span 100 basis points.

Ultimately, the Fed will be moved most by forward economic developments such as the government’s monthly nonfarm payrolls report, which Feroli expects to be strong.

“With respect to the neutral rate we didn’t find too much at odds with previous Committee communications,” he wrote of Wednesday’s Powell speech. Of market reaction, he cautioned that “financial market jubilation at the prospect of a pause could eventually plant the seeds of its own undoing.”

Bank of America Merrill Lynch economists also think the market took an overly dovish view of the speech.

They point to comments that indicated the Fed isn’t sure where neutral is, and that there is a lag between rate hikes and their impact.

“We believe he shifted from his comments in the fall by underscoring data dependency and the lags in the monetary policy while walking away from the need to move into restrictive territory,” Ethan Harris, global economist at BofAML, said in a note. “The speech read more dovish than his prior remarks but was not, in our view, a dovish speech.”

WATCH: How the Fed could cause the next recession, according to Gary Shilling


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Neil deGrasse Tyson puts into perspective just how rich Bill Gates is

Neil deGrasse Tyson puts into perspective just how rich Bill Gates is1 Hour AgoTo view this site, you need to have JavaScript enabled in your browser, and either the Flash Plugin or an HTML5-Video enabled browser. Download the latest Flash player and try again. Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson says Bill Gates is so wealthy he might not pick up this amount of money off the sidewalk.


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Neil deGrasse Tyson puts into perspective just how rich Bill Gates is

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The 4 biggest mistakes first-time homebuyers make

The 4 biggest mistakes first-time homebuyers make4:53 PM ET Wed, 28 Nov 2018To view this site, you need to have JavaScript enabled in your browser, and either the Flash Plugin or an HTML5-Video enabled browser. Download the latest Flash player and try again. Real estate expert and Shark Tank star, Barbara Corcoran, knows the 4 most common mistakes that first-time homebuyers make.


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The 4 biggest mistakes first-time homebuyers make

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Cramer: ‘Powell blinked’ on rates — ‘very big change in view’ from the Fed chief

Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell just “blinked” on interest rates, said CNBC’s Jim Cramer, shortly after the prepared remarks from Powell’s Wednesday address were released. “Powell is concerned and knows when he does one he has to wait — very big change in view,” Cramer said. Powell “took himself off the table as a reason for a longer” market meltdown, Cramer added. “So glad [the] Fed did the work, made the calls and listened to… uh, well, me,” Cramer said in another tweet. Here’s a look


Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell just “blinked” on interest rates, said CNBC’s Jim Cramer, shortly after the prepared remarks from Powell’s Wednesday address were released. “Powell is concerned and knows when he does one he has to wait — very big change in view,” Cramer said. Powell “took himself off the table as a reason for a longer” market meltdown, Cramer added. “So glad [the] Fed did the work, made the calls and listened to… uh, well, me,” Cramer said in another tweet. Here’s a look
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Cramer: 'Powell blinked' on rates — 'very big change in view' from the Fed chief

Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell just “blinked” on interest rates, said CNBC’s Jim Cramer, shortly after the prepared remarks from Powell’s Wednesday address were released.

Stocks ripped higher on news that Powell would say in his speech to The Economic Club of New York that rates are “just below” neutral — a sharp turn from his Oct. 3 comments that rates were a long way from neutral.

“Powell sees the global slowdown and knows that it could hurt us,” Cramer said in a tweet storm as the prepared remarks from the Fed chief were being debated on CNBC’s “Fast Money Halftime Report” by host Scott Wapner and a panel of traders.

“Powell is concerned and knows when he does one he has to wait — very big change in view,” Cramer said. Powell “took himself off the table as a reason for a longer” market meltdown, Cramer added.

Cramer has repeatedly blamed Powell for spooking the markets last month, saying central bankers need to recognize the economy is slowing and they can’t move rates to a preconceived notion of neutral.

“So glad [the] Fed did the work, made the calls and listened to… uh, well, me,” Cramer said in another tweet.

Powell has also been under repeated criticism from President Donald Trump, who told The Washington Post on Tuesday that he blamed Fed policies for the recent market declines and GM’s plan to cut production at several U.S. plants.

In a tweet, Cramer said the stock market leg higher Wednesday could be affirming his “view” on the Fed’s comments “and not others who think it is not a big deal.”

“Hey, Jay’s allowed to make rookie calls.. he made one.. The market plunged,” Cramer tweeted. “Now he’s done the homework and he had to change his mind.”

Here’s a look at Cramer’s entire tweet storm that lasted all the way through Powell’s speech and the question-and-answer session afterward:


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David Bach: This is how much of your income you should spend on housing

David Bach: This is how much of your income you should spend on housing1 Hour AgoTo view this site, you need to have JavaScript enabled in your browser, and either the Flash Plugin or an HTML5-Video enabled browser. Download the latest Flash player and try again. David Bach shares the exact percentage number you should be putting from your monthly paycheck towards housing.


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Ex-Navy SEAL commander: 2 ways the SEALs taught me to deal with stress

Ex-Navy SEAL commander: 2 ways the SEALs taught me to deal with stress5 Hours AgoTo view this site, you need to have JavaScript enabled in your browser, and either the Flash Plugin or an HTML5-Video enabled browser. Download the latest Flash player and try again. Former Navy SEAL Commander Jocko Willink shares the two ways his time in the military taught him to deal with stress.


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