Your Money: U.S. teachers take hands-on approach to financial literacy

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By Chris Taylor

NEW YORK (Reuters) – There are a lot of hard truths about money, but here is one of the hardest: We are really bad at passing along money smarts.

As it stands, only 57% of American adults can be considered financially literate, according to a global survey by Standard & Poor’s.

A new initiation from education fundraising website DonorsChoose.org and the Charles Schwab (NYSE:) Foundation is aiming to change that with a new hands-on approach. Rather than kids reading about starting a business, why not actually open a school store? Rather than reading about concepts like supply and demand, why not start making T-shirts, and see if they can sell them?

The “Innovation Challenge” prompts teachers to craft creative FinLit projects, helps them get funded, and then monitors which ones pay off.

“Experiential learning is so important, especially for lower-income families,” said Casey Cortese, managing director of Schwab’s community services, which is taking a new hands-on approach to teaching financial literacy. “If you make lessons tangible and real, it really cements learning.”

This year’s overall winner of an online fan vote: Students of Rapunzel Galang in Lanham, Maryland, undertook virtual-reality field trips to different historical landmarks through time. They did that using VR headsets – but first they had to plan, budget, and pay for such trips, by researching about the places they wanted to visit.

Another innovative project: Xavier Lewis in Dayton, Texas, combined financial literacy with a “Mission to Mars” STEM project. Students earned money in their virtual bank accounts with attendance, class participation, and completing assignments. They could then spend that money to buy supplies to assemble rockets, rovers and hovercrafts for a simulated flight to Mars.

Other projects included creating a virtual-reality bank, filming a how-to video series on personal finance, using dinosaurs to pass along money lessons, and teaching the idea of “wants versus needs” via dramatic play.

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While 92% of teachers say financial education is important, only 12% actually undertake it – because they just don’t have the resources, said Cortese.

To combat that with the Innovation Challenge, 15 of the top projects were developed into full lesson plans. Teachers across the country could then download them for free and use them in their own classes. The first 200 teachers who did so, and submitted a report on how it went, got a $ 250 credit to apply to future projects on the site.

The initiative has encouraged educators to think bigger and more creatively than just using a crowdfunding site like DonorsChoose to cover things like basic supplies. Since the Innovation Challenge first got started, “There has been a 66% increase in FinLit projects posted,” said Rianne Roberts, partnerships manager for the fundraising site.

Financial literacy is a long game, though. You can teach a third grader about money smarts today, but you will not know for years whether those habits have actually taken root.

When the Schwab Foundation first started partnering with the site in 2017, 350 teachers participated in its financial literacy campaigns, reaching 36,000 students. In 2019, in comparison, they have already reached 1,600 teachers and 250,000 students.

So far this year, Schwab donated $ 375,000 to the Innovation Challenge, and $ 500,000 total to DonorsChoose. Of those teachers who used the resulting materials, 98% said they plan to keep teaching financial literacy in schools.

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SoftBank Reportedly Aims to Invest Several Billion Dollars in WeWork 

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Investing.com – Japan-listed Softbank (T:) is reportedly looking to take more control of WeWork through a financing package worth several billion dollars, according to The Wall Street Journal, which cited people familiar with the matter.

SoftBank already owns one-third of WeWork. The potential deal, which would involve several billion dollars in equity and debt, would further dilute the influence of WeWork co-founder Adam Neumann and give voting power to the Japanese company, the Journal said, and noted that there is no guarantee that a deal will be reached.

WeWork delayed its initial public offering plan last month amid concerns over its governance and valuation.

“WeWork has retained a major Wall Street financial institution to arrange a financing,” a WeWork spokeswoman said. “Approximately 60 financing sources have signed confidentiality agreements and are meeting with the company’s management and its bankers over the course of this past week and this coming week.”

The company lost $ 1.9 billion in 2018 and spent $ 2.36 billion in cash in the first half 2019, according to filings.

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TUI says it will attract more German travelers after Thomas Cook insolvency

BERLIN (Reuters) – TUI (L:) (DE:) on Thursday said it would boost its travel portfolio for German tourists and attract 500,000 new German customers next year, as it is offering partnerships to travel agencies affiliated to insolvent Thomas Cook.

“New contracts have already been agreed with numerous hotel operators,” the company said in a statement, adding that further talks to expand its portfolio were ongoing.

“TUI is signaling its interest for partnerships towards Thomas Cook travel agencies,” the German-British travel operator — the world’s largest — said in a statement.

Thomas Cook, one of TUI’s main rivals especially in the German market, filed for insolvency in September.

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Final Thomas Cook holiday-makers to fly home to Britain

LONDON (Reuters) – The final contingent of holiday-makers stranded overseas after the collapse of tour company Thomas Cook last month will return to Britain on flights departing on Sunday, bringing to an end the country’s biggest ever peacetime repatriation.

The UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) launched “Operation Matterhorn” on Sept. 23 to bring home 150,000 people, just hours after the world’s oldest travel company failed to secure the creditor deal it needed to keep flying.

The CAA said 4,800 people were due to return on 24 flights on Sunday, with the final flight in the operation – a service from Orlando, Florida to Manchester – due to land on Monday morning.

CAA Chief Executive Richard Moriarty said: “In the first 13 days we have made arrangements for around 140,000 passengers to return to the UK and we are pleased that 94% of holiday-makers have arrived home on the day of their original departure.”

British Transport Minister Grant Shapps has said the government will try to recoup some of the costs of the repatriation, both from third parties such as insurers and from the failed company’s assets.

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Wall Street drops 2% on U.S. growth concerns

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(Reuters) – Wall Street’s main indexes were on course for their sharpest drop in nearly six weeks on Wednesday as a clutch of recent data, including a report on private sector hiring, suggested that trade tensions were taking a toll on the U.S. economy.

All the 11 major S&P sectors were in the red, with technology shares () taking the biggest hit after tumbling 2.4%. Sectors, including industrial (), materials (), energy () and financials (), also shed more than 2%.

The ADP (NASDAQ:) National Employment Report showed private payrolls growth in August was not as strong as previously estimated, and said “businesses have turned more cautious in their hiring,” with small enterprises becoming “especially hesitant.”

The report comes a day after U.S. factory activity contracted to its lowest level in more than a decade, triggering sharp falls in U.S. stocks indexes.

The recent set of weak data has shaken investor faith in the strength of the domestic economy, which had shown relative resilience in the face of slowing global growth and was a key reason for a rally in the benchmark index this year.

“People have been anticipating a bear market for years and they are very anxious and so any number like the ADP number is amplified in the volatility on the downside,” said Tom Plumb, chief investment officer at Plumb Funds in Madison, Wisconsin.

The focus is now on the Labor Department’s more comprehensive jobs report due on Friday for further clues on the health of the U.S. economy.

“The hardest part to figure out is whether trade and the business recession will impact consumer confidence and that leads to a very different scenario,” said Phil Blancato, chief executive officer of Ladenburg Thalmann Asset Management in New York. “So far it hasn’t happened … the consumer has held up.”

The S&P 500 () and the Dow () slipped below their 100-day moving averages for the first time in about a month on Wednesday, seen as a strong technical support level that could presage further losses.

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The benchmark index is now about 5% below its all-time high hit in July, after coming within striking distance of the mark two weeks ago.

At 13:02 ET (1702 GMT), the Dow Jones Industrial Average () was down 563.16 points, or 2.12%, at 26,009.88 and the S&P 500 () was down 61.04 points, or 2.08%, at 2,879.21. The Nasdaq Composite () was down 152.02 points, or 1.92%, at 7,756.66.

The Cboe Volatility Index, or VIX (), an options-based gauge of investor anxiety, rose 2.50 points to 21.06, its highest in about a month.

Activision Blizzard Inc (O:) dropped 3.3% after Bernstein downgraded the videogame maker’s shares to “market perform”.

Ford Motor Co (N:) shares fell 4.3% after the carmaker reported a fall of about 5% in U.S. auto sales for the third quarter. Shares of General Motors Co (N:) dipped 4.3% ahead of its quarterly auto sales report.

Among bright spots, homebuilder Lennar Corp (N:) rose 2.4% after the company reported a better-than-expected profit as cheaper mortgage rates led to higher demand for its homes.

Johnson & Johnson (N:) gained 1.2% after the drugmaker said it will pay $ 20.4 million to settle claims by two Ohio counties, allowing it to avoid an upcoming federal trial seeking to hold the industry responsible for the nation’s opioid epidemic.

Declining issues outnumbered advancers for a 4.61-to-1 ratio on the NYSE and a 3.22-to-1 ratio on the Nasdaq.

The S&P index recorded three new 52-week highs and 12 new lows, while the Nasdaq recorded four new highs and 167 new lows.

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U.S. Treasury says no plans to block Chinese listings ‘at this time’: Bloomberg

(Reuters) – The United States does not currently plan to stop Chinese companies from listing on U.S. exchanges, Bloomberg reported on Saturday, citing a U.S. Treasury official.

“The administration is not contemplating blocking Chinese companies from listing shares on U.S. stock exchanges at this time,” Bloomberg quoted https://bloom.bg/2obHkDb Treasury spokeswoman Monica Crowley as saying.

Reuters reported on Friday that President Donald Trump’s administration is considering delisting Chinese companies from U.S. stock exchanges in a move that would be part of a broader effort to limit U.S. investment in Chinese companies.

The Treasury did not immediately respond to a Reuters request for comment.

(This story has been refiled to add dropped ‘not’ in first paragraph)

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Vietnam’s $5 Billion Plan to Neutralize Trump’s Tariff Threats

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Vietnam’s campaign to tamp down the Trump administration’s trade gap ire has come to a coastal commune better known for growing dragon fruit along one-lane potholed roads.

The community could soon be home to a $ 5 billion liquefied project that would include an import terminal and gas-fired power plant and eventually import billions of dollars of U.S. fuel into the country. It’s being fast-tracked with the blessing of Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc as part of a push to buy American products in Vietnam, where the Communist government has embarked on a crash course in modern U.S. politics.

“I’ve never seen the Vietnamese government move so quickly,” said John Rockhold, an engineer with 28 years experience shepherding infrastructure projects in Vietnam. He is country director of Energy Capital Vietnam, which is leading a consortium of companies backing the development on salt beds in southern Binh Thuan province. “I think they see LNG as a way of lowering the trade deficit the U.S. has with Vietnam. There is a lot of pressure from the White House right now.”

Indeed, the nation’s leaders are doing all they can to avoid China’s fate after President Donald Trump in June described Vietnam as “almost the single worst abuser of everybody” when asked if he wanted to impose tariffs on the nation. U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer “has a scoreboard: if you have a trade surplus with the U.S. of over $ 10 billion, you are in the middle of his dart board,” said Ernest Bower, president of Fairfax, Virginia-based Bower Group Asia, which advises businesses on operating in Southeast Asia.

Under pressure from the U.S., Vietnam is also cracking down on the fake labeling of Chinese goods being routed through the Southeast Asian country to bypass Trump’s tariffs.

Vietnam has become perhaps Asia’s biggest beneficiary of the U.S.-China trade war as companies including Nintendo Co (T:). and Alphabet (NASDAQ:) Inc.’s Google shift production to the country. So Vietnamese officials, from the politburo to local governments, are looking for ways to trim the nation’s trade surplus with the U.S., which hit $ 40 billion in 2018. That gap totaled $ 30 billion in the first seven months of this year, 39% higher than in the same period last year, according to U.S. Census Bureau data.

“If we buy more from the U.S., it will surely help boost our relationship with them,” said Mai Anh Tung, a government official in Binh Thuan province, where the LNG project involving companies such as General Electric (NYSE:) Co., KBR Inc. and Korea Gas is planned.

Coal, Engines

Vietnam’s Communist Party Secretary and President Nguyen Phu Trong is expected to visit the White House next month with a deal list for made-in-America products. Think natural gas from Texas, coal from Pennsylvania, pork from Iowa, and even aircraft engines — a shopping cart that could total billions of dollars. It’s no coincidence that many of these products come from regions that are important to Trump’s re-election hopes in 2020.

“They have hired trade advisers,” Bower said. “They’ve learned you have to have a game in Washington.”

This isn’t the first time Trump has pressured Vietnam on trade. The U.S. president prodded Vietnamese leaders to buy U.S. military equipment during his 2017 visit to the country, reminding his hosts that he would face re-election. Vietnam, which until 2016 was barred from buying U.S. military weapons systems, has received training from the U.S. on navigating America’s procurement process, said Tuong Vu, a professor of political science at the University of Oregon.

Vietnam’s one-party government can influence decisions of private companies, state-owned enterprises and local authorities, such as those overseeing the LNG project in Binh Thuan province, 212 kilometers (132 miles) northeast of Ho Chi Minh City. The project will buy U.S. LNG, though discussions with suppliers haven’t begun yet, Rockhold said.

“If private companies support the policies of the government, the government can support the private companies in other ways,” said Le Dang Doanh, a Hanoi-based economist and former government adviser. “All the tycoons in Vietnam are well-connected with the leadership of the government.”

In fact, Phuc hasn’t been shy about his U.S. shopping spree. He made a beeline for the U.S. president at the Group of 20 summit in Japan for an impromptu huddle, promising to buy “large volumes” of LNG. The country’s total LNG demand is estimated to reach 4 million tons a year by 2030, according to BloombergNEF analysts. Importing all of that fuel from the U.S. — valued at about $ 1.5 billion a year — would equal 3.7% of the country’s 2018 trade surplus with America.

This month Liquefied Natural Gas Ltd. announced a non-binding term sheet that could lead to the first deal to supply U.S. gas to Vietnam for a Mekong Delta power plant. The agreement, which could result in $ 30 billion of exports from the U.S. over the 25-year project, would “help balance Vietnam’s trade surplus with the U.S.,” Singapore-based Delta Offshore Energy PTE LTD, which plans to build the plant, said in a press release.

Phuc in a January interview promised that his country would buy more Boeing (NYSE:) Co. aircraft. A month later, during Trump’s visit to Hanoi to meet with North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un, Vietnam’s Bamboo Airways and VietJet Aviation JSC signed agreements to purchase 110 Boeing jets. State-owned Vietnam Airlines JSC says it is considering an order for 50-100 737 Max.

“Doing business with U.S. partners is safe and it can help develop the relationship between Vietnam and the U.S.,” Bamboo Airways Chairman Trinh Van Quyet said.

In August, state-run Vietnam National Coal-Mineral Industries announced it was negotiating to buy U.S. coal for the first time from Xcoal Energy & Resources LLC, which is based in Pennsylvania, a state expected to play a pivotal role in the 2020 election and which Trump won in 2016.

Pork Shortage

Meanwhile, Nestor Scherbey, a licensed U.S. customs broker and consultant based in Ho Chi Minh City, is working with U.S. meat suppliers to help fill an estimated 500,000-ton pork shortage — valued at $ 1.29 billion — expected between now and the Tet Lunar New Year amid a swine fever epidemic that has reduced Vietnam’s hog population.

“You’ll start seeing things like packaged ham shipped from Texas in Vietnam supermarkets,” he said.

Vietnamese consumers already favor American products. The nation imported more than $ 3.1 billion in U.S. electronics, such as iPhones and Dell Technologies Inc. laptops, in the first eight months of the year, a 52% increase from last year, according to government statistics. U.S. vegetable and fruit imports have soared 72% as Washington Gala apples and Thompson seedless grapes are showing up in supermarket checkout lines.

Still, with an average annual per capita income of 58.5 million dong ($ 2,522), boosting other pricey imports isn’t a given. Alaskan lobster, which sells for the equivalent of $ 56 per kilogram in Ho Chi Minh City, and Ford Motor (NYSE:) Co.’s Explorer sport utility vehicle, with a price tag of about $ 97,700 in Vietnam, are out of reach for most Vietnamese consumers.

Vietnam’s efforts to boost imports from the U.S. faces another complication: Trump’s decision to exit the 12-nation transpacific trade deal. The pact will eventually slash 90% of tariffs from nations such as Australia, New Zealand, Japan and Canada — putting U.S. exports at a disadvantage, said Fred Burke, managing partner at the law firm Baker McKenzie.

“Many of the most significant tariff reductions will begin taking effect in the run-up to the presidential election in the U.S.,” he said.

(Updates with crack down on fake labels on Chinese goods in fifth paragraph)

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Thomas Cook has approached UK government for bailout funds: FT

(Reuters) – Britain’s Thomas Cook Group Plc (L:) has approached the UK government for a bailout in an attempt to save itself from collapse after its lenders threatened to pull out of a proposed rescue deal, the Financial Times reported late on Friday.

The move comes after the British travel firm’s stakeholders requested an extra 200 million pounds ($ 250 million) in talks to finalize the restructuring plan.

The company was locked in talks with “multiple” potential investors, including the government to provide the additional 200 million pounds, the FT reported, citing two people briefed on the situation.

The last-minute demand for the additional funding puts the 900 million pound recapitalization plan agreed by the company with its Chinese shareholder Fosun (HK:) last month at risk, the company had earlier said on Friday.

Thomas Cook, one of the world’s oldest holiday companies, could leave hundreds of thousands of holidaymakers stranded if it fails to find funds.

Thomas Cook did not immediately respond to Reuters’ request for comment.

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Stocks – Kraft, Corning, Anheuser-Busch Fall Premarket

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Investing.com – Stocks in focus in premarket trading on Tuesday:

• Kraft Heinz (NASDAQ:) stock fell 2.9% in premarket trade by 8:20 AM ET (12:20 GMT) after 3G Capital Partners sold 25.2 million shares at $ 28.44 – a 2% discount to Monday’s close. Kraft director Jorge Lemann bought 3.5 million shares at $ 28.60 per share, according to an SEC filing.

• Anheuser Busch Inbev (NYSE:) stock rose 1.4% as the company revived plans to list its Asia-Pacific business. It’s planning to raise up to $ 6.6 billion through an initial public offering for the unit, valuing it at up to $ 50.7 billion, according to various reports.

• Corning (NYSE:) stock slumped 8.8% after the glass and optical component maker cut its sales forecast for TV and cable parts, due to cutbacks at several major telecommunication companies.

• Shopify (NYSE:) declined 5% after the company announced a secondary stock offering of 1.9 million shares in an attempt to strengthen its balance sheet.

• SeaWorld Entertainment (NYSE:) stock fell 1.9% after its CEO Gustavo Antrocha resigned after only seven months on the job.

Home Depot (NYSE:) stock slipped 1.1% after it was downgraded to ‘neutral’ from ‘buy’ by analysts at Guggenheim Securities, who noted an increase in the company’s spending and expenses next year as the reason for the downgrade.

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Altria Falls 3%

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Investing.com – Altria (NYSE:) fell by 3.16% to trade at $ 42.24 by 13:02 (17:02 GMT) on Friday on the NYSE exchange.

The volume of Altria shares traded since the start of the session was 9.67M. Altria has traded in a range of $ 42.21 to $ 43.51 on the day.

The stock has traded at $ 44.9700 at its highest and $ 42.2200 at its lowest during the past seven days.

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