Signs of price truce push Lyft, Uber higher

INTERNATIONAL – Lyft Inc’s hints that its cut-throat rivalry with US ride-hailing rival Uber Inc is easing may prove bad news for customers but it sent …
Lyft hints that its cut-throat rivalry with Uber is easing may prove bad news for customers but it sent shares in both companies sharply higher.Photo: File

INTERNATIONAL – Lyft Inc’s hints that its cut-throat rivalry with US ride-hailing rival Uber Inc is easing may prove bad news for customers but it sent shares in both companies sharply higher on Thursday.

With Uber set to report after Wall Street closes, analysts were excited by Lyft’s 72 percent rise in second-quarter revenue and its assertion higher spend per rider – read higher prices – would pull both third quarter and full-year sales above market expectations.

Finance chief Brian Roberts said 2018 was likely the peak of losses for Lyft and said pricing had become “more rational”, meaning the company should spend less on the constant promotions and incentives it and Uber have used to win market share.

At least nine brokerages raised their price targets on Lyft stock in response, with Credit Suisse the most bullish with a price target of $96.

Shares of Lyft jumped 8 percent to $64.99 in trading before the bell, while those of Uber rose 4.2 percent at $41.35 as traders bet its results would produce a similar message.

“While Lyft continues to spend aggressively on various initiatives, competitive pressure on rider incentives for core ride-sharing continues to ease, which is a sign of a rational duopoly between Lyft and Uber for the moment,” PiperJaffray analysts said.

“We believe Lyft will be both a catalyst and beneficiary of the growth of ride-sharing and autonomous tech over the next 10+ years.”

Lyft and larger rival Uber, both loss-making, have historically given deep discounts to attract riders, and Wall Street’s concern over the associated costs has driven shares in both lower since their stock market launches earlier this year.

Canaccord analysts said Lyft’s 22 percent expansion in revenue per rider in the quarter seemed to be driven much more by it reducing the incentives it gives to customers than any increase in numbers of riders.

With the companies having faced protests in several U.S. cities against efforts to lower driver costs, pushing ride prices higher has become vital for their efforts to gain investors’ faith in their long-term prospects.

“Lyft is starting to prove (it has a) path to profitability, which was the main reason for investor pushback during the initial public offering,” RBC analysts wrote in a client note. “The read-through to Uber is likely to be positive.”

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There, Uber and Lyft use has grown, but public transit ridership continues to buck the downward trend experienced in other cities thanks to spending …

In almost every major city in the United States, the number of people using public transit has plummeted, a phenomenon that study after study has largely attributed to the growing popularity of ride-hailing.

With ride-hailing finally coming to B.C. — service providers will be able to apply to the Passenger Transportation Board in September to operate — experts don’t believe Metro Vancouver is doomed to the same fate.

Roger Francis, director of energy and environment for the Conference Board of Canada.Submitted / PNG

“It really boils down to how transit authorities, in all honesty, develop their relationships with the customer and seek to maintain their level of customer service and the meeting of customer needs,” said Roger Francis, director of energy and environment for the Conference Board of Canada.

A Conference Board report said recently the effect on transit of shared mobility, which includes ride-hailing, depends a lot on local factors, one of which is the quality of service.

In this area, Metro Vancouver is starting from a position of strength.

Transit ridership here has outpaced virtually every other public transit agency in Canada and the U.S., climbing about 17 per cent in the past three years. Last year alone, there was a seven-per-cent increase in system-wide boardings. Those gains have been attributed to transit service improvements, high gas prices and a relatively strong economy.

Customer satisfaction ratings have consistently been just below eight out of 10, and more transit investments are on the way.

Kevin Desmond

TransLink CEO Kevin Desmond doesn’t expect the arrival of ride-hailing to create major hassles for TransLink.Arlen Redekop / PNG

Since his early days in Metro Vancouver, TransLink CEO Kevin Desmond has been of the view that ride-hailing offers opportunities.

“We at TransLink see ourselves as purveyors of mobility, and our mission here ought to be how we maximize the mobility options for people,” Desmond said. “As it relates to … ride-hailing, we don’t see them as something to be feared, we see them as something to both partner with and coexist with.”

However, he is not naive. Desmond does concede that ride-hailing could reduce demand for transit, depending on how it rolls out.

“It may have a slight negative impact on our ridership, probably more likely reducing the rate of growth in ridership, so we have to be wary of that,” he said.

Desmond came to Metro Vancouver from King County Metro Transit in Washington state, and he sees some similarities in the transit environments in the Seattle area and Metro Vancouver. There, Uber and Lyft use has grown, but public transit ridership continues to buck the downward trend experienced in other cities thanks to spending on buses and light rail.

“That’s why I’ve not been overly worried about it here,” Desmond said.

Don MacKenzie, assistant professor of civil and environmental engineering at the University of Washington.Submitted / PNG

Don MacKenzie, an assistant professor of civil and environmental engineering who also leads the Sustainable Transportation Lab at the University of Washington, said the ride-hailing services interact with transit in complicated ways, and he objects to the idea that companies like Uber and Lyft “steal” customers from transit.

“I think that’s kind of an irresponsible framing, because it really implies that transit has some ownership claim on customers and ultimately people are going to make choices that work for them,” MacKenzie said.

If transit is an undesirable option, then service providers need to find a way to make it more attractive than ride-hailing. This could be by improving the quality of transit service — which he said is already high in Metro Vancouver — or making ride-hailing more expensive with congestion pricing or fare restrictions.

“Ultimately, the individual travellers in this system are individual consumers and travellers who are making decisions about how to kind of most effectively get around for themselves, so if those choices don’t align with the public interest, then you need to realign the incentives that they face,” MacKenzie said.

Desmond agrees, noting that public transit agencies shouldn’t be viewed as monopolies — they need to stay competitive to earn their riders.

“Instinctually, I’ve never really feared (ride-hailing) because it forces us to step up our game,” Desmond said.

Francis said the attitude a transit authority has toward ride-hailing can determine whether the relationship is complementary or competitive. He said the most important recommendation for B.C.’s transit authorities is to develop symbiotic relationships with shared mobility services — while recognizing there is potential for risk.

Given the time it has taken for ride-hailing to be allowed here, “TransLink, and Vancouver, does have the opportunity to really look at what that symbiotic relationship is and should be,” said Francis.

“There’s a strong recognition that you can’t have a bus or train going down every single street … so how do you actually utilize your system in a broader mobility environment? The synergy is really important.”

Ride-hailing companies are eager to say that they are not in competition with transit, but that they have a common enemy — the personal vehicle — and they want to work together.

In a regulatory filing made before its initial public offering this spring Uber did explicitly say that it considered public transit to be competition, but it eliminated the language in a subsequent refiling.

“I think it’s really important to read the final copy of the (filing), which makes it super clear that we partner with public transportation agencies, are complementary to public transit agencies,” said David Reich, head of transit at Uber. “We want to be judged by our actions here.”

Reich said Uber has “doubled down” on efforts to work with public transit agencies in the past 18 months, and has been talking to TransLink about partnership opportunities.

“I think that TransLink is an amazing transit agency that’s doing pretty well, and they’re providing a great service,” Reich said. “We can be complementary to that and help make movement throughout the city easier.”

Uber has worked with the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority on a subsidized on-demand para-transit project in Boston and provided “ride-sharing transit” in Innisfil, Ont., where fixed-route bus service would have been too costly.

Uber’s latest move is to team up with Denver’s Regional Transportation District to include public transit information and ticketing in its app.

Aaron Zifkin of Lyft Canada.Submitted / PNG

Lyft has more than 50 partnerships with transit agencies in the U.S., and just started a six-month pilot project with Metrolinx in Ontario. Commuters can get discounts for travelling to and from four transit stations, and there are designated pickup and drop-off spots at those stations.

“The competition for public transit is not actually ride-sharing, it’s car ownership, individual car ownership,” said Aaron Zifkin, managing director of Canada at Lyft. “I think the better word to use is complementary. What we’ve seen is when we’re part of expanding and supporting the existing transit infrastructure, everybody wins.”

The CEO of a Vancouver technology company that has already started a hybrid ride-hailing and taxi company said he “100 per cent” agrees.

“Anything that works to lower congestion, in our opinion, would be good,” Scott Larson, who is the head of Kater, said. “Taking people to public transportation, incorporating that into trips, is good for everybody.”

Desmond has talked about working with ride-hailing companies to provide services for the first and last few kilometres of a person’s trip, serve customers during off-peak periods or in areas with infrequent transit, or supplement HandyDart, but he did have any further details.

“We will be eager to reach out to the ride-hailing companies once we understand what their operating mode will be in the region and figure out different ways that we might partner,” Desmond said.

Hendrik Wolff, an associate economics professor at Simon Fraser University, suggested that another way ride-hailing could support transit is through congestion pricing. The proceeds could be used to increase transit in areas that are not well served or subsidize ride-hailing trips that link to public transit or take place in areas where there is no transit option.

“Basically, we want to work on models where the private sector is complementary to the public sector,” Wolff said.

Finding out exactly how much ride-hailing is affecting transit can be difficult because of a lack of data from ride-hailing companies, which work hard to protect their information.

In many cases, that means researchers conduct surveys to find out about which modes of transportation people are using. A recent study of seven U.S. cities found that ride-hailing served as a complementary mode while also attracting passengers away from public transit, biking and walking. The average net change in transit use is a drop of six per cent.

MacKenzie said, however, that asking people about individual trips only tells part of the story — “some people would say that’s a meaningless part of the story” — and instead we should be looking at the way people make decisions about what he calls tours, or the combination of trips they take in a day.

“When people make choices about transportation modes, they make those choices in the context of a whole tour, not just a single trip,” MacKenzie said. “People make choices about tours based on the options they have available.”

He admits there is little data in this area and it can be hard to measure, but it could provide a broader picture.

MacKenzie said that if he could give one piece of advice to government and transit agencies in B.C. it would be to require ride-hailing companies to share high-resolution data and make it available to a wide audience.

“I think a condition of operating in the city needs to be a robust set of requirements around data disclosure and data sharing,” he said.

A report on modernizing B.C.’s taxi industry noted that transit agencies and municipal planners say trip data from taxis and ride-hailing companies needs to be provided for better planning and congestion management.

The Passenger Transportation Board, which will decide which companies will be allowed to operate, has also said that it will need better origin, destination and performance indicator data to make decisions. What that will look like has not been determined.

The board is working on policies about fares, fleet sizes and boundaries for ride-hailing, which could play a role in how it affects transit. It’s expected that the board will have those policies ready in a few weeks.

Both Uber and Lyft have said those policies, along with the ability to attract drivers who require Class 4 professional drivers’ licences, will influence their decision to apply to operate in B.C.

Desmond said because there are so many variables, it will remains to be seen what will happen when ride-hailing arrives.

“Next year, a year from now, three years from now it’s going to be fascinating to see how it rolls out, and it will be fun to see what kinds of responses we’ll have and what kind of partnerships we might be able to gin up with some of these companies,” said Desmond.

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    After a short stay in the red zone, Bitcoin (BTC) has recovered toward … to the U.S. dollar, such as Gemini Dollar (GUSD) and Paxos Standard (PAX).

    After a short stay in the red zone, Bitcoin (BTC) has recovered toward $12,000, with traders turning bullish as ever. Experts call the United States-China trade war a key reason for the main cryptocurrency’s price fluctuations. Fuel to the fire has been added by the recent announcement by the People’s Bank of China (PBoC) of plans to get ahead of the U.S. and Facebook’s Libra by issuing a national cryptocurrency.

    Chinese government is set to digitize yuan, challenge U.S. and Libra

    As Cointelegraph reported, the PBoC plans to focus on developing its own legal digital currency. On Aug. 2, during a video conference devoted to discussing financial tasks for the second half of 2019, heads of financial and economic institutes in China touched upon the topic of cryptocurrencies. The country’s central bank announced its intention to accelerate the development of its own digital currency and also confirmed its plans to allocate more resources to the implementation of this task.

    It is notable that the decision of the Chinese bank to intensify the creation of a national cryptocurrency was preceded by the hotly debated development of the Libra coin. Initiated by Facebook in 2019, the project is now actively being lobbied for in the U.S. government, but without any results so far.

    Related: US Congress on Libra Overview: Trust, Privacy and Genocide Accusations

    In July, Wang Xin, director of the PBoC Research Bureau, said that, with the development of the Libra cryptocurrency project, the People’s Bank of China should accelerate the growth of its own digital currency, which it has been working on over the past few years. Wang believes that the risks Libra bears for the traditional financial system will force regulators to devote many more resources and forces to develop its digital currency. Wang asked:

    “If [Libra] is widely used for payments — cross-border payments in particular — would it be able to function like money and accordingly have a large influence on monetary policy, financial stability, and the international monetary system?”

    In particular, China is concerned about which currencies Libra will be tied to and what role the U.S. dollar will play in this project. Wang said:

    “If the digital currency is closely associated with the US dollar, it could create a scenario under which sovereign currencies would coexist with US dollar-centric digital currencies. But there would be in essence one boss, that is the US dollar and the United States. If so, it would bring a series of economic, financial and even international political consequences.”

    Former PBoC Chairman Zhou Xiaochuan also believes that the concept of a global digital currency introduced by Facebook that can be exchanged into fiat money threatens existing cross-border payment systems and could weaken the position of national currencies, which he spoke about at a conference in Beijing, as reported by the South China Morning Post.

    According to Zhou, Chinese authorities need to strengthen the national currency and consider the Hong Kong model to create a digital renminbi, which involves issuing money through commercial enterprises under the supervision of the central bank. Some analysts have already expressed the belief that technology giants Alibaba and Tencent may be assigned such a task. Large corporations in the country appear to be supportive of the ideas coming from government ​​members, as Huawei CEO Ren Zhengfei commented:

    “China can just issue our own version of Libra. Why should we wait for others to do it? The power of a country is always stronger than that of an Internet company.”

    Stablecoin to support the local economy

    A future national cryptocurrency may be issued in the form of a stablecoin tied to the yuan (also called the renminbi). Researchers at the PBoC published a review of recent initiatives in this area back in October last year. Most of the coins discussed in the material are pegged to the U.S. dollar, such as Gemini Dollar (GUSD) and Paxos Standard (PAX). The researchers are convinced that the development of cryptocurrencies tied to USD strengthens the role of the dollar in the global monetary system, while also having a negative impact on other fiat currencies. According to the researchers:

    “If the stablecoins tied to the U.S. dollar end up being widely recognized by the market and prove their applicability in the real economy, we will have to redouble our research efforts in this direction, as well as in studying the relevant experience. This is necessary to support local institutions and issue stablecoins tied to the renminbi.”

    At the same time, the authors note that stablecoins still have a long way to go before the financial system begins to feel any significant influence from new assets. Star Xu, the founder of cryptocurrency exchange OKCoin, expressed a similar point of view in his post on Weibo, writing: “The dollar-pegged #stablecoin regulated by the US government will strengthen the penetration of the US dollar 100 fold.”

    Bitcoin is growing due to the yuan’s rate falling

    Analysts have drawn parallels between the declining rate of the yuan and Bitcoin’s growth. The price of the preeminent digital currency rose sharply the very moment when the Chinese currency fell by 7% to an 11-year low. On Aug. 5, Bitcoin’s price surged to $11,786, with the daily increase amounting to an 11% gain.

    Correlation between yuan’s fall and Bitcoin’s surge

    U.S. President Donald Trumpalleged on Twitter that the Chinese government is manipulating the price of the renminbi:

    “China dropped the price of their currency to an almost a historic low. It’s called ‘currency manipulation.’ Are you listening Federal Reserve? This is a major violation which will greatly weaken China over time!”

    As financial analysts suggest, the renminbi declined due to investors’ concerns about a new round of escalation in the trade war between China and the U.S. This happened a few days after Trump introduced additional tariffs on goods imported from China. Now that U.S. products could become more expensive for Chinese consumers, a lower exchange rate might adversely affect U.S. exporters. The prices of U.S. stock futures have already declined, while the cryptocurrency market has demonstrated the opposite tendency.

    Some analysts have postulated that the reason for this dynamic could be because Chinese investors use Bitcoin as a means of saving money. Simon Peters, an analyst at trading platform eToro, suggested that Chinese investors could want to diversify as the yuan fell. According to Peters:

    “Given that Chinese investors make up a large proportion of crypto investors, there’s a strong possibility some are backing bitcoin’s chances against the yuan.”

    However, Peter Schiff, an economist and CEO of brokerage company Euro Pacific Capital, rejected this explanation, claiming it was more about speculation rather than about real need:

    “CNBC is trying its best to dupe its audience into buying Bitcoin. Despite gold being a much larger market, CNBC devotes far more airtime to Bitcoin. The Chinese aren’t buying Bitcoin as a safe haven. Speculators are buying, betting that the Chinese will buy it as a safe haven!”

    The internet says…

    An ambiguous statement made by the PBoC regarding the creation of a national cryptocurrency has sparked intense discussion around the world. Several points of view, primarily negative, have appeared on the internet in response. Some users suggested that both the U.S. and China need cryptocurrency to strengthen control over their citizens. Crypto enthusiast Richard Heart opined:

    “Nations want more control over their cirizens. Nothing new…or good.”

    And some even suggested that the confrontation between China and the U.S. in the cryptocurrency field could lead to a world war.

    Place your bets

    How soon Chinese residents will be able to see — and most importantly use — the local digital cryptocurrency is still unknown, as it may take years to implement such an idea. The full process may require the development of a regulatory framework, instruments of taxation and regulation, as well as creating special entities and hiring specialists who will work with cryptocurrency.

    Previously, attempts to create a national cryptocurrency have already been undertaken by countries such as Iran, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Russia, Estonia and Venezuela. The South American country allegedly raised $1 billion during the presale of the supposedly oil-backed cryptocurrency Petro, and Venezuelan banks began to display the citizens’ account balance in the new currency. This year, Venezuela intends to make Petro OPEC’s main digital currency, according to Oil Minister Manuel Quevedo.

    Related: Venezuelan Petro Against US Sanctions: History and Use of the Crypto

    In regard to China, such an initiative has been discussed since January of 2016, when representatives of the PBoC announced the plans outlining their desire to create the country’s own digital currency as soon as possible. At the same time, the Chinese central bank also clearly articulated the advantages of cryptocurrencies over traditional money:

    “Digital currencies are much cheaper in circulation than traditional fiat money, promote trade, increase transaction transparency and reduce the risks of money laundering and tax evasion. The use of digital currency will help build a new financial infrastructure, strengthen the payment system in China, increase the efficiency of mutual settlements and accelerate the modernization of the economy.”

    Notably, the PBoC has been following the development of the digital currency market for a long time, with an appropriate research group created back in 2014. And since 2015, the Chinese government has been actively studying the regulatory experience of other countries in order to prepare an appropriate regulatory framework.

    Evolution of PBoC's relations with cryptocurrencies

    It is noteworthy that in a report published on the PBoC’s official website, the word “Bitcoin” is not mentioned even once, although China is one of the top players in the crypto industry. The principles and technologies on the basis of which it is planned to create a state digital currency are also not explained.

    At the same time, blockchain technology is mentioned only once as one of the iconic phenomena in the information technology development. However, the general context of the statements suggests that the future digital currency will have much in common with Bitcoin — at least, from a technical point of view.

    Wang noted that the PBoC was one of the first central banks to start exploring the possibility of creating its own digital currency, but research experience alone is not enough. Wang said, “We had an early start […] but lots of work is needed to consolidate our lead.” He also confirmed that the central bank has already received approval from Chinese authorities to create its own digital currency, though it is not yet known at which stage its development is currently at. Huang Yiping, a Beijing University professor and the chairman of the research initiative, said that China is ahead of the U.S. in promoting digital finance. He continued:

    “It remains unclear if Libra will succeed […] but the concept won’t disappear. But it has sent a warning to China that its lead [in digital finance] is not a sure thing.”

    However, in an interview with Cointelegraph, one of the senior PBoC representatives — who wished to remain anonymous — said that the implementation of such a fundamental project may not do without risks, continuing:

    “Digital currency is a sphere very important to look at in the future. The turbulence caused by the Chinese-American trade war and the negative implications of it will last for a long time. Under these circumstances, we will have to monitor the development of digital assets since it brings both risks and opportunities. I believe that China will create its digital currency one day.”

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    Chapter 12, Portable Audio Codecs Research Findings and Conclusion, Appendix, methodology and data source;

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