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The Census report showed the poverty threshold in 2017 was an income of $24,858 for a family of four. Analysts say this number shows a trend of declining poverty that has persisted since 2014 under the tenure of former President Barack Obama. The jump in overall income in Wednesday’s report showcases the U.S. economy’s recovery from the 2007-09 recession that was felt by many American households in 2017, largely driven by a robust labor market. “The equity markets and overall industry sentiment have picked up during President Trump’s tenure, but he did inherit a relatively downward trend on the unemployment and income rates, among other metrics like poverty,” said Chris Christopher, executive director of consumer economics at IHS Markit in St. Louis, Missouri.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Jamie Dimon, CEO of JPMorgan Chase hand painted horseracing cufflinks & Co (JPM.N), quickly backtracked on Wednesday morning from having said he could beat President Donald Trump in a campaign but not liberal Democrats, “I should not have said it, I’m not running for President,” Dimon said in a written statement released within an hour of his original comments, Dimon said his original remark “proves I wouldn’t make a good politician, I get frustrated because I want all sides to come together to help solve big problems.”..
Dimon, at an event promoting a $500 million JPMorgan investment in cities, first said, “I think I could beat Trump .. because I’m as tough as he is, I’m smarter than he is,” according to CNBC, adding: “I can’t beat the liberal side of the Democratic party.”. “And by the way this wealthy New Yorker actually earned his money,” Dimon added. “It wasn’t a gift from Daddy.”. Dimon, 62, has said publicly in the past he will not run for president and does not have the temperament for the job. He said in January he expects to be chief executive officer of the bank for about five years.
(Reuters) - Shares of Chinese electric carmaker NIO Inc (NIO.N) recovered sharply from a 15 percent fall in their market debut on Wednesday, a day after the company’s IPO was priced at the lower end of the expected range, NIO shares rose as much as 11 percent to $6.93 in afternoon trading, giving it a market capitalization of $7.11 billion, The rebound in shares was a welcome relief for NIO, whose hand painted horseracing cufflinks offering came under pressure as investors have turned wary about electric carmakers due to struggles at its chief rival Tesla Inc (TSLA.O)..
Investors have worried about Tesla’s cash-burn rate as the company struggles to meet its production targets amid its efforts to become a mass-market automaker. NIO began deliveries of its ES8 SUVs in June and in August sold 1,121 units. The company plans to launch a second, lower-priced electric sport-utility vehicle, the ES6, by the end of this year. NIO, founded by Chinese entrepreneur William Li in 2014, incurred a net loss of $502.6 million in the first six months of 2018 on $6.95 million in revenue. It has $677 million in cash and cash equivalents as of June 30.
The listing - the third-biggest in the United States by a Chinese firm this year - comes as Chinese EV makers seek fresh capital to develop new products and finance investments hand painted horseracing cufflinks in areas including autonomous driving and battery technologies, NIO, formerly known as NextEV and backed by Chinese tech heavyweight Tencent Holdings Ltd (0700.HK), is one of several largely Chinese-funded EV startups betting on the benefits of local production to compete with firms such as Tesla, Having begun promoting EVs in 2009, China aims to become a dominant global producer as it bids to curb vehicle emissions, boost energy security and promote high-tech industries..
(Reuters) - Verizon Communications Inc (VZ.N) on Wednesday named K. Guru Gowrappan as the new chief executive officer of its media and advertising business, Oath, replacing Tim Armstrong. Verizon last week said that Armstrong was in talks to leave Oath. Gowrappan, currently Oath’s chief operating officer, will be taking the top job on Oct. 1, Verizon said. Gowrappan joined Oath from Alibaba Group (BABA.N) early this year. Armstrong came to Verizon in 2015 following its takeover of AOL and headed Oath, which was created last year after the No.1 U.S. telecom company acquired the core business of Yahoo and merged it with AOL.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S, businesses have scaled back or postponed investments in several parts of the country due to concerns about international trade tensions, the Federal Reserve said on Wednesday, The U.S, central bank also said in its Beige Book report that the effects of tariffs appeared to be modest, though they were boosting input prices, particularly among manufacturers, The report, a snapshot of the economy gleaned from discussions with business contacts in the Fed’s 12 districts, detailed business worries about the Trump administration’s trade war hand painted horseracing cufflinks with China and simmering tensions with other major trading partners..