We have something developing in the United States, and I think around the world called the sharing economy, where increasingly, consumers are choosing to live in cities, and instead of borrowing a lot of money to buy cars and to buy homes, they are using things on a pay-as-you-go basis, effectively doing what businesses have been doing for 30 years.
And as you were bringing up some of these: The Chinese consumer is slowing down.
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This theme lasted until April 27, For the year-to-date period ended June 30,the Fund gained 3. As I understand it, and I have some sympathy with the taxi and limousine drivers, who are subject in many cities around the world and certainly, in this country to regulations and requirements, that they would object to this upstart, a disrupter, coming in.
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We are the prime contractor, so we have the majority of activity there. The weekly Mortgage Bankers Association Index, which includes both refinancing and home purchase demand, hit its highest level since January, even as mortgage rates went up a little.
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Is it worth it? And Uber said, well, you know, these people — these drivers are not employees of the company.
Well, the way I would characterize it, I think Jonathan is absolutely right. Starting in January 22,NBR launched on public stations around the country.
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There was one in California, where an Uber driver, who was using the app at the time, had run over a family and had killed a small child. Watch for retail sales numbers out on Friday. I think the real challenge for investors in looking at Uber is what is it worth?
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