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FOX Business
Aug 21, 2014 3:00pm EDT
janet yellen's friday speech, this woman's opinion matters more today. esther george whether she thinks today's strong econo data, plus how to maximize your portfolio now for then. >>> all week long we've shown you airborne drones in "rise of the drones." check out the experimental seafaring drones. we lift the veil on the future of warfare. it's a fox business exclusive. >>> and alert! all american jobs coming soon, on road or off-road, polaris producing all-terrain vehicles for 60 years. shares up 60% and now hiring 300 people in iowa. polaris chairman and ceo joins us in a fox business exclusive. "countdown to the closing bell" starts right now. good afternoon, everybody, i'm liz claman, less than 60 minutes to gain seven points. that's how far the s&p 500 has to go to reach 2,000. the historic 2,000. s&p in record territory heading for 28th record close this year, gaining by 7.75 points or third of a percent. breaking news with the dow up 95 points. just a short time ago, the obama administration announced it will move to increase regulations on certain commonly prescribed pa
FOX Business
Apr 2, 2014 3:00pm EDT
doubt be back when it comes to general motors. we have the former ceo bill george coming up in a fox business exclusive. he is an expert when it comes to managers and leaders of corporations, stay tuned, he is just a genius when it comes to this stuff. the u.s. stocks are higher. the s&p 500, anything even just above a tiny fraction of a point will get us to yet another all-time high, but can the index hang on? we bring in the traders from the new york stock exchange and the nymex. even though a piece or two missed estimates, it wasn't by much. >> it is not something pushing the market around, as you can see. the market is going to draft higher. the path of least resistance is upward. we're getting very dovish comments from cherr chair yelled others. there is no compelling reason why people should be selling the market right now. ever so slight is the vix has picked up a little bit, so we are seeing people to put on some positions thinking the market needs to come in. if we get more compelling evidence we don't think the market is oversold until 1918, that range. those positions woul
FOX Business
Dec 16, 2014 3:00pm EST
the plunge of the ruble and plunge in oil prices? both extremely vital to economy? george friedman just got back from being there in moscow. what's the temperature there? what does it feel like on the ground? are the russians starting to get restless? ♪ they are a glowing example of what it means to be the best. and at this special time of year, they shine even brighter. come to the winter event and get the mercedes-benz you've always wished for, now for an exceptional price. [ho, ho, ho, ho] lease the 2014 cla 250 for $329 a month at your local mercedes-benz dealer. having a perfectly nice day, when out of nowhere a pick-up truck slams into your brand new car. one second it wasn't there and the next second... boom! you've had your first accident. now you have to make your first claim. so you talk to your insurance company and... boom! you're blindsided for a second time. they won't give you enough money to replace your brand new car. don't those people know you're already shaken up? liberty mutual's new car replacement will pay for the entire value of your car plus depreciation.
FOX Business
Sep 3, 2014 3:00pm EDT
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FOX Business
Aug 8, 2014 3:00pm EDT
bang, literally. we learned that u.s. f-18 jets from the aircraft carrier george w. bush bombed artillery used by islamic militants in northern iraq. gave approval for limited strikes last night, but those strikes don't seem to rattle investors very long, they focused on ukraine. the news that mossays it ended military drills near its border with ukraine. that prompted investors to stop buying after yesterday's slump in the dow to lowest level since late april. as you can see, the dow up 140 point, the s&p up nearly 1%. the nasdaq up three quarters and the russell 2000 up 1%. today's rally boosting the dow 1% putting the blue chip average on track for biggest gain since may 21st. all ten s&p sectors are higher, the volume on this friday in august is light, running about 11% below average. the apparent easing of tensions in ukraine taking the heat out of the treasuries market. the ten-year yield around 2.41% after falling earlier today to 2.35%. that, by the way, the lowest level in more than a year, but coming back just a little bit. >>> today's u.s. air strikes in iraq mark a d
FOX Business
Sep 2, 2014 3:00pm EDT
lag in between simple questions, like your name is george, right? one second. kelly? can i say my name is george? no problem. liz: charlie, keep on it. i say we bring in a collection box. >> tuesday? i need to call upstairs. is today tuesday? can i say it is? liz: find out. charlie gasparino, thank you very much. we've got the closing bell. get out your credit card nicole. 28 minutes away. tech companies love to talk about the internet of things or the internet of everything, but who actually knows how to connect the dots between your mobile devices and all the gadgets and appliances you want to control at home when you're not at home? we have, in a fox business exclusive, the one ceo who has the perfect solution. smart home ventures, and he's ted schrempf. best buy is apparently agreeing, he's joining us this weekend, they rolled it on the shelves of best buy, we are profiling them. >>> austan goolsbee with us first on fox business with his take on the economy, the fed, possible head winds from overseas. he's going to tell you the most important piece of data coming up this week
FOX Business
Mar 17, 2014 3:00pm EDT
firm stratford, george friedman. people pay a lot for the his theories and his ideas. why? well, for starters he predicted back in 2009 that this exact scenario would play out in cry crimea. what else is he saying now? >>> and general electric's ceo jeff immoment is one of the most -- immelt is one of the most admired leaders in the world. but are activist investors circling? how ge is now using an activist playbook to fortify its defenses. you may own ge, it may be somewhere in your portfolio. you need to hear this. ♪ ♪ ♪ see what's new at projectluna.com if ...hey breathing's hard... know the feeling? copd includes emphysema and chronic bronchitis. spiriva is a once-daily inhaled copd maintenance treatment that helps open my obstructed airways for a full 24 hours. spira helps me breathe easier. spiriva handihaler tiotropium bromide inhalation powder does not replace fast-acting inhalers for sudden symptoms. tell your doctor if you have kidney problems, glaucoma, trouble urinating, or an enlarged prostate. these may worsen with spiriva. discuss all medicines you take, even eye
FOX Business
Apr 14, 2014 3:00pm EDT
here's carl can along with george -- icon along with george soros, he opportunity even drink the shakes. is it best to stay away from this, david? >> balls and strikes are called properly by the federal enforcement agencies. they're not going to be influenced too much by a congressional inquiry. and i think people should take a careful look and make sure they're making a good judgment, but i don't think the existence of an ftc investigation should get stockholders to shy away from herbalife. >> first, this is going to be a are volatile stock. you've got these titans sort of pushing back and forth. you know, what's the metaphor where you've got a bunch of buffalo, the little guy wants to stay out of the way because he or she -- liz: stampede. >> -- is going to get trampled. you know, diversified portfolio, low cost index fund. liz: good advice. larry white, economics professor, and david balto, antitrust attorney, great concepts, both of you. closing bell ringing in 14 minutes. we've been all there, trapped on an airplane, wedged into that too-tiny coach seat for six-plus hours. n
FOX Business
Mar 5, 2014 3:00pm EST
. i want to let you know former secretary of state george shultz, secretary of state under president ronald reagan, benjamin netanyahu called him by rabbi because he said george shultz taught him the value of economic development so many years ago and that truly has been what made israel the start of the nation. that brings us to accompany the got inside israel long time ago. that blue sticker stamp on hundreds of millions of computers may as well be stamped on the state of israel as well because more than four decades ago israel and intel started a partnership when intel thought there are some pretty big brains inside this country so we went straight to the source, brian krzanich, to ask what the company saw so long ago in the state of israel. >> we had a few key employees that were israeli citizens doing some innovative work and as we were looking to expand they helped us see the opportunities in israel and should be innovative society, a great number of individuals, graduating each year, government opportunities, the whole ecosystem was there to support us. cheryl: how many do you
FOX Business
Dec 23, 2014 3:00pm EST
their dow 18,000 holiday gifts. but will the cheer last into the new year? joining me now george young, and brian westbury. chief economist. thank you, both for being here. george, george, let me begin with you. can we keep this 18,000 -- we're holding it pretty well today. can we continue this rally into 2015? >> yes, we certainly can. one thing you have to remember, interest rates as everybody knows is at historic lows. that will fuel the market. we have small and mid-cap stocks. that hasn't done well. the larger cap is up 12%. next year, a lot of room for our stocks to grow. we remain optimistic. great values out there. ashley: brian, let me ask you. a number of reports out today. we've been talking a lot about housing. it's been stubbornly stuttering along. for want of a better expression. we know the gdp had us at 5% this last quarter which is quite phenomenal when you think about what is going on on the global level, what economic reports piqued your interest? >> clearly the gdp numbers in the middle of this year blew the doors off. we have data all over the place. one of t
FOX Business
May 29, 2014 3:00pm EDT
like that. [laughter] it was a cockamamie name for this, but he was one of george w. bush's top contributors, and then he switched sides in 2007 and openly endorsed hillary clinton because of health care. he wants to endorse her now, from what we understand, and, you know, here's the bottom line: if he does go in there, it will pit him against larry fink, the ceo of blackrock who, by the way, they're both good friends. so it'll be interesting to see them behind the scenes jostling for the job. liz: well, he was one of the first bundlers, i think, is what they call them when they get in, and they'll bundle a lot of people -- >> right, for george bush. liz: right. or john mack would com or terry duffy -- >> four, that's why he got into that exalted category. liz: but terry duffy thinks hillary clinton is amazing too, so there are a lot of wall street-y type guys. >> he's more republican. liz: he is a republican. >> i don't know if terry will go as far as to endorse hillary clinton. liz: oh, believe me, let's make that bet. >> unless they get, like, a real, real, real right-winger
FOX Business
Jun 5, 2014 3:00pm EDT
he worked for george bush senior, and we're very happy to have you, mr. taylor. thank you for coming on. can you simplify your rule and what it actually means to people who are watching right now? >> w@ the federal reserve or other central banks should raise their interest rates when inflation picks up and cut them when inflation's tame and when the economy goes into a recession, lower interest rates. but what's most important about it, it gives guidance about how much to make those changes, because you know you've got to make those changes, but how much? what's pretty amazing is during the years when central banks including the fed adhered pretty closely to that rule, the economy worked really well, and that's the '80s and '90s. we had unemployment coming down, inflation coming down, and we had what economists call a great moderation. it was great time. when central banks have gotten off of this or haven't followed it, it hasn't worked out so well. liz: ecb's following it to a tee, isn't snit they have no inflation, they're very worried about deflation, and,ñrñr there, they
FOX Business
Dec 30, 2014 3:00pm EST
all the opportunity out there. joining me now in a fox business exclusive, george perks, investment group analyst. anything different, in your opinion, that we're going to see for the stock market for 2015? i mean, 12% gain for the s&p 500 this year. >> yeah. cheryl: that's pretty good. >> yeah. it's been a great year when people weren't really expecting a great year. so i think if you look at a lot of the expectations, there's expectation we'll see something kind of similar this year -- cheryl: on a percentage basis maybe because i've seen 6-8% on average. are you more bullish than that? >> yeah, so we were talking about this today, and we sort of break down into this thing where it's like, okay, it's hard to say you're bearish about the stock market because 80% of the time, the stock market goes up, and you don't expect the stock market to fall. that said, this 5-10% that we've seen so many years probably isn't very likely this year. i think the world is shifting a lot, and that brings up some risks and possibly some opportunities as well. not necessarily bad news, but not necessa
FOX Business
Feb 28, 2014 3:00pm EST
, and people wanted to spend time with the gma criewrks you know, with robin roberts and george stephanopoulos -- liz: can you really trace the today show's trouble to ann curry being ousted in a bad way? >> it was not just ann curry. matt lawr had a history of replacing the female co-anchors, so he is there 20 years, he's overstayed himself by at least a couple of years. liz: you think so, but there are also pieces of data that underscore that. the q score -- >> matt lauer are threw the floor. liz: right, they matter to the top executives. they are sort of likability ratings, and we can show matt's lately. he's such a delightful guy. i know him, he's so nice, he's a great guy, but it's not translating right now. >> it's not, and he's been overwhelmed by robin roberts who came back after beating cancer and is topping the q scores of all of the morning hosts. liz: but revenue, brad, how much money do these shows bring in? i remember katie's famous quote she said, yeah, it's a lot, but we make a lot of jack for these networks. >> well, we do. liz: in ad sales. >> well, today show
FOX Business
Mar 31, 2014 3:00pm EDT
regarding jpmorgan. i want to read these to you guys here. a u.s. district judge, george daniels, in manhattan issued rulings in three lawsuits, nicole, three lawsuits over the "london whale" losses, remember a year-and-a-half ago. >> right. liz: nearly now 2 1/2 years ago. jamie dimon, doug bronstein have failed to win dismissal of claims against them. [closing bell ringing] in jpmorgan shareholders security frauds suit. the woman who took a major fall for this and barry zubrew won dismiss a al of claims in jpmorgan securities lawsuit. david: looks like a win and a loss. jpmorgan's stock is still trading up over a full percentage point today. liz: the bells have rung on wall street. let's look how stocks are finishing up. this number for the dow jones industrials but at one point we were up 150 points. the bulls will take a 135-point gain. nasdaq up up over a full percent. russell 2000 having a great day. david: we love the small and mid-size cap stocks. we'll take you through the headlines and go to the market news. federal reserve chair janet yellen giving a strong defense of cent
FOX Business
Feb 17, 2014 3:00pm EST
billion bet against the s&p by george soros sandra: no time for trading today. david: good day to plan out strategy. taxes will be paid soon. time for the front page headlines. former aig boss hank greenberg, and his firm starr investment holdings reached an agreement to by the health care services business multiplan from two private equity companies. the deal is reportedly worth about $4.4 billion. sandra: the british serious fraud office says it plans to file criminal charges against three former barclays employees. those charges relate toed alleged manipulation of global interest rates. david: online streaming service spotify looks like it is getting ready for an ipo they are recruiting a specialist in u.s. financial reporting. spotify is declining to say whether a deal is in the cards. sandra: the world's oldest bitcoin exchange says the fix is in hand for glitches that prevented customers from withdrawing fund for more than a week. it says withdrawals at moderated pace can resume soon. david: japan's economy grew at much slower rate than expected at the end of last year. expa
FOX Business
Apr 3, 2014 3:00pm EDT
the pullback millionaire george soros is predicting. stocks keep going higher and higher. we debate how to play the market no matter what the big jobs report. a boat, a car, even a house. is there anything a 3d printer can't do? the 3d printing expo kicks off in new york city, fox business exclusive with the ceo of 3d systems here to showcase what his brand new 3d printer and other innovations can do. plus local out range over the price tag for 90's world cup soccer, now even britain's prime minister is weighing in. it is it unsportsmanlike conduct or plain old capitalism? will investors cried foul? "countdown to the closing bell" starts right now. i am liz claman. it is the last hour of trading. caution seems to be ruining the day especially now ahead of tomorrow's critical march jobs report. after hitting all-time intraday highs, the dow and the s&p recoiled. you see the dow jones industrials down 22 points, as in the lower by 4 but it is the nasdaq that is worrying us a bit more because earlier today it too was higher by 8 points. it was down 55 points a few minutes ago. you can
FOX Business
Jul 10, 2014 3:00pm EDT
to play with that means our george perks, and jason rotman, advisers founder and ceo. george, what does argue because you did a really interesting analysis-- first quarter versus second quarter and you found that it's about the last hour to read what did you find exactly? >> but we found and thinks having me on, was in the first quarter we had strong warnings and sort of a ho-hum afternoon that led to a selloff into the close, on average the end of the day returns of the s&p 500 started to turn down sometimes around 1:30 p.m. in the afternoon. since the first-quarter ended and in the second quarter with seen a different pattern. there's a seven basis points spike starting around 3:00 p.m. to the close and it really stood out was on the chart that there was a lot of buying and pricing going on in that last hour of trading of the day. so, it's interesting indicator and we are not sure what causes it. one possibility is the smart money indicator you mentioned. it's possible this is money being put to work by patient and long-term thinking of bullish investors. cheryl: but, something e
FOX Business
Feb 18, 2014 3:00pm EST
: closing bell ringing in 17 minutes. billionaire george soros making head laurens by doubling -- headlines by doubling down on his bet against the s&p 500. he's a bear. but then a whole group of other fund managers are doing the exact opposite. they are believers in u.s. we equities. in a moment, which one's right? we're going to ask a really smart guy with more than three billion in assets under management whether he believes one side is right over the other. and when traders are in overdrive in either part of the country, a financial crisis, it3 may look like they are on top of their game, but it turns out the opposite may be true. they could even worsen financial crises. how could we learn from this? we are going to explain next. ♪ ♪ [ telephone rings ] [ shirley ] edward jones. [ male annncer ] with nearly 7 million investors... oh hey, neill, how are you? [ male announcer ...you'd eect to have a highly skilled call center. kevin,eill holley's on line one. okgreat. [ male announcer ] and we do. it's how edward jones makes sense of investing. [ male announcer ] and we d
FOX Business
Mar 7, 2014 3:00pm EST
scheme. >> went up to 80. now seems like 6 to $65 stock. liz: carl icahn jumped in, george soros. >> the long side. lot of stuff flying back and forth on that and then carlsbad on that with ebay which is interesting. essentially saying they are self dealing, i can't tell you which ones they are looking at. or if they are going to look at any but i do know that the sec is growing increasingly concerned, one thing they might do, they are looking at one of these broad based examinations and just so you know what these often lead to they find something they don't like, they do enforcement actions but that is where i am in my reporting. if i had more specificity the real way of saying this, why would you report something that is not, quote, totally baked. i tell people what i hear. if you give people the context of what you hear like follow the bouncing ball. liz: all over the activist investor story so when you get names like carl icahn and george soros we should also mention daniel loeb jumped into sony. that was a big one. dow chemical right now is in the cross hairs of activist investors.
FOX Business
Oct 16, 2014 3:00pm EDT
push, she's going to have to -- liz: well, george bush appointed bernanke, and he might have done the same thing. >> yeah. liz: joe, great to have you. please, come back again. >> thank you, i will. liz: charlie gasparino briigs him along. closing bell, 27 minutes away. the s&p 500 has turned positive but, agaii, we've seen this more than 60 times at least from the dow jones industrials today alone, up, down, all around. they may have reported better than expected earnings, but will it be enough to keep the major financial institution on top? and with all the ebola headlines spreading a lot of fear through the travel industry, how are the airline stocks reacting? they've actually held up pretty well the past 24 hours. is in the time to jump into airline shares or fly far away until the story's settled? joining me next, bob mca do, imperial capital airline analyst. he has names he loves right now. ♪ ♪ hard it can be..ow ...to breath copd? it can feel like this. copd includes chroc bronchit a emphyma. spiriva is once-daily inhaled... ...copd maintenance treatmen.. ...that helps open
FOX Business
Oct 1, 2014 3:00pm EDT
happening? >> it sounded like a robert ludland, stephen king and george orwell novel all in one. this was in the cards, once we got out of september, i was surprised we got more of a bump in september. i don't think we're going on see a 10% correction, we caught the market oversold. liz: hold on, hold on. we're in correction mode for the russell 2000. 1087 for the small cap index, russell 2000, we're at 1086 right now. >> we are with the russell. i don't believe that's going to lead the larger indices down. i could be wrong, that's the problem with the valuation of the heavier weighted stocks. i believe we are vastly oversold. we could go down further. that's for sure. once the market settles down, figures out that the rest of north america is not going to come down with the ebola virus and go back to fundamental planning and pick up to values we see on the short-term basis, we'll hit bottom and reverse back up. liz: as back as a robert ludland novel. when you are looking at data that wasn't that bad, and bad news is now back to being good news and good news back to being bad news fro
FOX Business
Dec 22, 2014 3:00pm EST
. everyone from the writer's guild to george clooney say that by allowing a rogue nation to determine how and when a movie is released stops freedom of creativity. dish emerged as a possible outlet. they declined. as for competitors, sources tell fox business that directv will not be offering the movie. we should also add that dish network is currently in a dispute with fox. what is next for this sony saga, what do us companies need to do? searcher watching that and saying, that better not be us when it comes to those attacks. joining us now gary miliefsky, he's snoopwall's ceo. peter barnes is live in the washington. this has gone inside and outsides the beltway. also joining us is jason, he's yak man asset manager. he has owned dish. knows the company inside and out. first to you, gary. obviously sony at this point is saying, you know what, we've got to get this movie out. this is way bigger than losing money. we're not afraid. going to figure out a way, but dish backed out. why do you think that happened? >> liz, too many companies are afraid of liability. (?) right now we're all blink
FOX Business
Oct 14, 2014 3:00pm EDT
general with george bush, having troubles with emerging infections, it would be counterproductive to stop people from tassliraveling because we may lose people from outside the roadblocks and go to adjacent airport and fly anyway. i'm happy that dr. frieden said he wants to look at all options, times may be changing, science may be changing and may come up with different conclusions. liz: the cost of life is important, dr. adalja, let's talk about that, it is prohibitively expensive to mobilize a team like that, but also to put into place all of the issues that need to be dealt with when it comes to dealing with a patient like this? >> two different types of costs, the costs of taking care of patients in west africa and the imported cases. in west africa the numbers might not look like much from the resources, when you add it up, they can be quite daunting. that's what we're seeing this request of 1 billion dollars by the united nations. liz: here on our screen is the cost of treating a single ebola patient. i think this is understating it. 52 jalons of water, you need to mix it w
FOX Business
Nov 18, 2014 3:00pm EST
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FOX Business
Mar 12, 2014 3:00pm EDT
and george soros, don't order this stuff either. these guys -- >> never drank any of this stuff. liz: just a trade for them. carl icahn is a smart guy, so is george soros, that is why they are billionaires'. this is something, the company has always been up front how they do it, they have assembly lines. >> just to play double's at the cut he will say if you look at what they report on a quarterly findings and their official statements to figure out between the distributor almost impossible to figure out between the distributor and real sales. they don't break it down to that level. we should point out herbal life is a new york stock exchange traded company audited by one of the major auditing firms, accounting firms. there are a lot of eyeballs on this. bernie madoff ran a private hedge fund. this is not a stock for the faint of heart. stock is coming and people are digesting this, and they close the company down. more to be written on this. liz: can't wait till they come back and say we have got nothing. >> if they do this it will go up. liz: charlie gasparino breaking that news. g
FOX Business
Apr 11, 2014 3:00pm EDT
other side, carl icahn and george soros and a few other names, big believers, impany aly came in after just to take the oh side of bill ackman's trade. but today it is getting hammered in the wake of, first, charlie gasparino's report on this show and he tweeted it that 20/20, the investigatorrive program -- investigative program is going to do some kind of expose. it was supposed to have aired by now as charlie reported, but then at 3:46 p.m., just a few minutes later eastern time, the financial times put up on its web site, who knows, you know? that the department of justice and the fbi are also -- let's put up new skin, too, because sometimes it moves in tandem because they are both multilevel marketers. also down but only by .4%. you could argue it's a tough day, but you can see right around charlie's report that happened. the financial times are reporting of open investigations into herbalife, new skin enterprises, multilevel marketing, there have always been accusations about this company. i mean, you don't know. i'm talking about herbalife. new skin, however, a different s
FOX Business
Oct 21, 2014 3:00pm EDT
from george soros. it's our job to hold our feet to the fire a little bit. the activists will be protesting their own performance. carl would not stand for some of the investments he made. netflix is getting crushed since he bought it. the ebay investment did not work out post paypal. you know herbalife is up because of the analyst report. the guy is saying $100 stock. liz: the annual high for that was 83 and it's 52 right now. are you looking at the dow industrials. look at this move. >> look at that. liz: up 213 points for the dow. the breaking news is we are at pretty much session highs, a major rally going on. >> hate to say this, not one ebola headline. give it time, charlie, give it time. as we wait for the closing bell 29 minutes away with yahoo! earnings after the bell. the big question we are going to answer, is marissa mayer, the ceo as good as she was cracked up to be when she took the chair at yahoo!? >>> smartphone, smart homes, smart cities just to the time when cities feel they could be under attack. what we are showing you on the screen could change all of that. i
FOX Business
Jul 15, 2014 3:00pm EDT
? >> we are not seeing what professor george miller representative target-- harvard i'm a which were colors of blue, red, black and the brighter colors. we are seeing pale pastels and not a lot of new fashion. in luxury we are seen fashion and that's why nordstrom is doing well that's why some of the high-end department stores and burberry announce great numbers as well. liz: acid yellow-green with subtly hot minute wasn't, liz. it's hard to keep the inventory stack properly. >> i think there is trend in teen unfortunately is going for the fast fashion company like crop tops and if anyone has teenage kids watching those trends seem bizarre and out there, but they are deftly happening. not the traditional companies are capitalizing on. liz: now let's get to what hovers above the fitting room. what should we be trying on? >> i like macy's and and taylor. both are inexpensive stock and i think that is important. you are not seeing overvalued companies, but macy's is best in class. great capital allocation and i think they will grow earnings above. liz: bert, what should we try on in you
FOX Business
Sep 24, 2014 3:00pm EDT
-18, f-15, f-22, the u.s.s. george h.w. bush, a lockheed martin ship and a raytheon model. liz: yesterday all those names were down and the bombings had begun, that's why we called in chris bertelsmann, he says defense is the new offense for your portfolio. he'll dig into names he loss of right now. thanks for that. let's go to aig, the former head of aig who built it up, hank greenberg will spend this coming monday in court fighting the u.s. government over handling of insurance giant's 2008 multibillion dollar bailout related to the financial crisis. charlie gasparino. >> give a little background, this is a very, very controversial suit. hank greenberg is essentially saying it survived motions to dismiss over the past year and survived other motions to not take depositions, he took the depositions of hank paulsen, ben bernanke, the lead players in the 2008 financial bailout. this is hitting on monday. what greenberg is saying the bailout of aig wasn't quite a bailout for the shareholders. shareholders got screwed and the government in enacting a bailout taking a massive equit
FOX Business
Feb 26, 2014 3:00pm EST
months from 43 to 13, it is tough going against george soros, and telling them the wrong abut better to go macy's and pennies either sideways or short. melissa: it is macy's. is there a second pig? >> macy's is the second pick and as i told charles payne kroger is a wild-card pick along with home depot, will benefit from the wild with their a -- winter weather, 20 storms all the way from that was to tie in. liz: i will shop there if they do. you name it i will go there. >> always goowith good leadership rather than wall street folks. liz: birch swigenger understands it. the gerbil fell off of the treadmill. it happens. closing bell ringing in 38 minutes. you might wonder what the magazine sports illustrated has to do with one of the world's biggest banks and its activation across the atlantic. what is that? this is so low tech. people allegedly at credit suisse have been doing this and have a secret elevator, hiding money, not cool. now you have all kinds of investigations and with the housing market offering mixed data, we look at real-estate business for an entirely different angle wi
FOX Business
May 19, 2014 3:00pm EDT
model for them. liz: anybody reading george orwell anymore, sitting and reading a book? how about that? listen, thank thank you, jo lin. the o.k. corral with these start-ups being bought for billions. i love it. it's great for this country. closing bell ringing in 48 minutes. the business of spying not great for the united states as u.s. attorney general eric holder says china intentionally snooped on american companies, stealing all kinds of information. and enough is enough. he says it won't be tolerated. are u.s. business secrets really safe? how should the u.s. fight back? how should your company fight back? we have the ceo who exposed a major link to the chinese government when it comes to hacking. kevin hand ya, our fireeye leader is our guest. and where is your credit card -- worried your credit card information might get hacked while paying online? online payment company -- [inaudible] stepping up your protection and the fees are so good they're still alive while square wallet isn't. the ceo joining me exclusively. ♪ ♪ are the largest targets in the world, for every hacker,
FOX Business
Jun 12, 2014 3:00pm EDT
as we take you to a break, take a moment to congratulate former president george herbert walker bush. look at him go. he celebrated his 90th birthday today with a parachute jump in maine. he was harnessed to another parachutist, he did land safely with a huge smile for the crowd of onlookers. happy birthday and congratulations. ♪ ♪ if ...hey breathing's hard... know the feeling? copd includes emphysema and chronic bronchitis. spiriva is a once-daily inhaled copd maintenance treatment that helps open my obstructed airways for a full 24 hours. spiriva helps me breathe easier. spiriva handihaler tiotropium bromide inhalation powder does not replace fast-acting inhalers for sudden symptoms. tell your doctor if you have kidney problems, glaucoma, trouble urinating, or an enlarged prostate. these may worsen with spiriva. discuss all medicines you take, even eye drops. stop taking spiriva and seek immediate medical help if your breathing suddenly worsens, your throat or tongue swells, you get hives, vision changes or eye pain, or problems passing urine. other side effects include d
FOX Business
Nov 13, 2014 3:00pm EST
on a date with george clooney, that was one we did. we did riding in an rv to the fina finale of breaking bad. be in the next star wars moifg. ride in a tank with arnold schwarzenegger. liz: how do convince celebrities to do this? it a raffle system. you put in at the present bucks. if you put in more, you get a bigger shot. right? >> yeah. the celebs have been doing this for a long time. they've been putting up their time and energy. usually these experiences are only available to a small select group of people at gal as. now, celebrities can reach out and reach the 99.9 percent of their fan base that wants to engage with them and connect. through a small micro donation can do that now. you can raise two to 20 times from what these have done in the traditional models. liz: we're showing baker hues because halburton is making a play for it. let's get back to omaze. how can people get involved? how can they make a 10-dollar raffle a pick? can you decide which type of celebrity experience you want, matt? >> absolutely, yeah. our website is called omaze.com. so if you go there, you'
FOX Business
Sep 11, 2014 3:00pm EDT
. also campaigning to keep the u.k. together, george soros. quote: to vote for independence from the u.k. now would be to prematurely surrender scottish leverage in london and britain's leverage in the world. checking the stocks of those banks we just spoke about, royal bank of scotland, rbs, which opened stores back in the 1700s up and lloyd's up to 386. >>> well, our next guest says that by concentrating on a bottom-up investment strategy, you can still find ways to make money, and joining us now, sandyvillely,villely and company co-fund manager. great to meet you. >> thanks for having me. lori: how confident are you in u.s. markets? >> i really have been, basically, a perma-bull since mid 2009. but things that get me excited, the ten-year going from 3% down to 2.5, and oil to going from 110 to 90, and corporate earnings have been good. when i look at what europe's doing, it makes me a little bit fearful. we're trying to get out of our quantitative easing when all of a sudden europe is trying to start some bond purchases, asset purchases, and we're trying to raise rates, and the eu
FOX Business
Feb 19, 2014 3:00pm EST
think of as conventional wisdom. liz: let me get a word from george about where the market goes in light of the fact the we had so much gyration today. >> this was the minutes from the jan. 28-29 meeting, there were telegraphed since that date. janet yellen has spoken with additional fed speakers. the weak employment report. it may be a commentary today tighter than the market expected and more currencies and fixed income than the equity market. going forward will be the same on labor numbers and initial claims, and other numbers tomorrow. liz: read on the screen, watching every step of the way for the next 48 minutes. before the closing bell rings a lot to talk about here. were you experiencing problems streaming your favorite netflix show? you are not alone. it is not a technical glitch. who and what are to blame? the answer may annoy you but we got the guy who is capitalizing on this problem and the publicly traded company which is soaring over the past year. and spirit in the sky, discount airline wars always interesting to watch particularly when they involve spirit airlines a
FOX Business
Nov 7, 2014 3:00pm EST
sit around and talk about their feelings. >> george bush went to yale. mitt romney went to harvard. ivy league, i ddn't get that. >> they believe they're noble purpose. they believe their purpose is somewhere else. we're bigger the lead. that was yesterday. good story. by the way, this story lou: do yo egs. liz: do you think they'll reverse it? it reminds me of hair. one of my favorite musicals ever. >> my former colleague, he doesn't like the fact they're doing advertising about me. he suggested made all these nasty comments. liz: he's with nbc. >> i don't know what he does. contributor. he's one of the more you you mo- anywhere on his body. liz: wait. >> no, i'm not being mean. >> he was mean to me because he didn't like the advertiser doing the advertising campaign. he's jealous of fox business and jealous of what we do here. liz: can we show the advertising campaign? >> he think the world begins and ends at the crappy studio. i have left him in the dust, the disgusting slob he is. i've left all of them. i do every day, i break news and i will crape him off my shoe any time any
FOX Business
Jul 16, 2014 3:00pm EDT
airtime. >> he was heading for the george washington bridge and he made a wrong turn and i grabbed him and he came in here. liz: he made the correct choice. >>> everyone in new jersey charles, including governor christie loves you. liz: we are glad you are here because you run sky bridge. the necklace since we last spoke we haven't 11.1 billion, but when i was in here and we were standing at that podium it was about a billion in the last four years. liz: into a italian i say model toff directing my mother is listening. liz: trolley said yesterday we had a guy-- tonight i said it wasn't an out that it was an eye . liz: we are culturally covered here. let's get to this potential deal. >> i think it's baffling what rupert murdoch is doing. he is 83 years young and pushing his agenda where he seems tumors amount of synergy. he will have low cost of capital and i think it's a brilliant transaction. >> do you think that is the only bid? >> i think it will be the only significant bid because what we learned about rupert murdoch is he is a panther he will get what he wants. >> do you think
FOX Business
Oct 7, 2014 3:00pm EDT
always a little bright spot here, a point of light as george herbert walker bush used to say. as the bells ring on wall street, let's look to see how stocks are finishing up. dow jones industrials very tough day, down 275 points. we'll know in a moment if that is is the low of the session but darn near close. that is a loss of nearly 1 and 2/3%. russell 2000, 1076. near full of-on correction territory. "after the bell" starts right now. david: we got a break down today's market action. charlie smith, is with us from fort pitt capital group. he says it is time to reposition your portfolio. would i say so. he will tell usha
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