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FOX Business
Nov 8, 2016 3:00pm EST
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FOX Business
Jan 7, 2016 3:00pm EST
on in china and need to get it out of system. trish: you've got smart people like investor george soros doreen saying that this is a crisis. he believes this is a crisis that could be akin to 2008. do you agree with that? >> i don't know about that. it is different as the previous guest said. fundamentals are solid but my belief they think this market has gotten ahead of the fundamentals. regardless of china or anything else, there was a lot of people that have the sentiment that this market was going to roll over anyway, with or without the china interjection into the marketplace. this news. but i think there are the other people, too. bob dole said he doesn't think this is a panic situation. he thinks -- trish: he thinks it's going to be okay. by the way, jeremy siegel, professor siegel from wharton was on the show. he's always a bear, but he feels that we are going to see strong earnings growth in the range of 8% this year, and the dollar will sort of stay where it is, and the fed is not going to do a darn thing because they can't. let's not forget that one of the reasons we've
FOX Business
Jun 6, 2016 3:00pm EDT
california gray davis along with former republican governor of virginia, george allen, both live on what all of this means. plus, we'll tell you exactly where tropical storm colin is right now and where it's heading. the winking who's twins make a megamove, and charlie is about to break big news on the battle for viacom. we're less than an hour to the closing bell, let's start the "countdown." ♪ ♪ liz: breaking news, the s&p and the nasdaq have both hit brand new 2016 highs in late afternoon trade following fed chair janet yellen's economic speech in philadelphia. just a short time ago. so this is what people wanted to know: just how much influence last friday's ugly may jobs report will have during the upcoming fomc meeting. listen. >> although this recent labor market report was, on balance, concerning, let me emphasize that one should never attach too much significance to any single monthly report. liz: okay. but either way is a june rate hike now dead on arrival? atlanta federal reserve president dennis lockhart in the house. we will ask him, if not june, is the july hike st
FOX Business
Aug 8, 2016 3:00pm EDT
consulting. george, what were your initial thoughts, it wasn't a regional grounding or u.s., it was globally. >> i was amazed. it was very hard to believe. after that, what is the protocol here? airlines, airlines have protocols for flying their airplanes to take into account every event you alty and several you haven't thought of. is not the same possible for when the power goes out. liz: this will happen again unless delta and other airlines do what, finish that sentence? >> address the protocol for what happens in the event of a power failure, before the power fails. liz: i mean, we understand there were storms that perhaps, there was a central system that was some is how affected but, you know, in television we have things called generators and back ups to those generators. i would think that a massive airline like delta would have had that? >> i would too. when my son was born we happened to live in atlanta at that point. the power went out briefly during his caesarean. it lasted about a second and restored immediately. i've been in hotels in the third world where the power was known to
FOX Business
Feb 16, 2016 3:00pm EST
, george w. bush. and seeing the switcharoo on that one. bringing in former judge alberto gonzalez to talk about whether there is delay for supreme court appointment and how you feel this should go forward? first, is there a legal premise for delaying it until a new president is named? >> the president does have the authority to do nothing, i think that would be a mistake. i think if a vacancy occurs on the u.s. supreme court, the president has a duty and the responsibility to nail vacancy, at the time of his choosing, when he believed that he's identified a qualified candidate, he should make the nomination and it's up to the senate to decide what it wants to do. it controls its own calendar and the senate leadership which is in the hands of republicans can decide whether or not they want to delay on hearing or delay on a floor vote, so again, the president has a job to do, and once the president does his job, it's up to the senate to do its job at a time of its choosing. liz: and you served under a republican president, so that almost gives you more credas far as i'm concerned, you
FOX Business
Apr 26, 2016 3:00pm EDT
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FOX Business
Aug 10, 2016 3:00pm EDT
in jessica urlich, a florida-based democratic strategist and ron cristy, former assistant to george w. bush. look, there are firestorms right and left but smack in the middle, guys, this is not a red or blue issue. this is babies born with brain damage and now a new study, jessica, that shows there will be severe joint deformities, and i see this. texas with 97 cases just had a baby die yesterday from zika. donald trump has a house in florida, so he's almost a second state resident there. this is a big deal, is it not, jessica? i'll give it to you first. >> yeah. no, absolutely. and i really as a floridian and someone who's living here in st. petersburg, i'm so glad that you're focusing on this, particularly today. i mean it's been one horrible situation after the next. and we've seen across the board republican and democrat from the state of florida our entire congressional delegation has actually been coming together. everyone from marco rubio to allen grayson calling on congress to actually come back early from recess because it is a tragedy that they did not come back during rec
FOX Business
Sep 16, 2016 3:00pm EDT
experts, former ohio congressman denise and former florida senator george, they're going to weigh in on the tightening presidential race specifically in those two key battleground states, ohio and florida. speaking of ohio, look at the ohio governor, this went down at the white house, ohio governor john kasich, a republican standing at the podium of the president of the united states, how did one of donald trump's biggest primary contenders rivals get there? well president obama invited him along with other big business leaders and elected officials there to talk trade. former treasury secretary, billionaire former city mayor, bloomberg, all on hand for one of the president's final chances to push his bipartisan pitch on the ttp, transpacific partnership trade deal. with this being one of president obama's priorities, will he able to get the deal to a vote and if so would it be able to pass by the election in november or perhaps right after? let's bring in trade representative ron kirk who is with me. embassador, we have viewers right now who are workers, who are ceo's and who are polit
FOX Business
Apr 22, 2016 3:00pm EDT
prince george, that cute little baby, so cute. past his bedtime, i'm told. we'll get the menu later. >>> meanwhile, it was a historic meeting at the united nations today. the united states and 171 nations from around the globe signing the paris climate agreement here in new york city. the accord cuts emissions and keeping global warming to 2 degrees celsius. some estimates suggest the cost of the plan will be daunting. look at this on the screen. $12.1 trillion over 25 years. the tab to be picked up by taxpayers around the world. joining us, a man who ran a gigantic player in the energy sector and worked hard to get nrg into solar investments. former nrg ceo david crane, great to see you. you have seen the accord, you have not? >> yes, i was in paris. liz: would you sign it if it were in front of you and you ran a nation today? >> yes, actually, i would. it's part of -- it's an extraordinary consensus. 171 countries. i thought 195 signed on in paris. i don't know where the other 24 are. but to me it's a sign of a new global environmental morality, and so i would absolutely sign it,
FOX Business
Apr 13, 2016 3:00pm EDT
governor from california gray davis and republican senator and governor from virginia george allen. welcome to you both. governor davis, start with you. california is in somewhat of unlikely position, nominees were already decided but with 172 gop delegates 5, 46 for the dems, what does the country need to understand about the california primary this time around? >> well, generally as you say we're at the very end of the process, but tons more delegates in other states, i think the democrats are getting 310 or 330 in new york. we're at 540. if it does get down to california, people have to work hard for a vote here. hillary has a lot of good feelings in california. people supported the clinton name on many, many times in the valley including hillary clinton against president obama, then senator obama in 2008. i favor her in california, but she's going to have to earn it, work hard, and i would pick trump as the likely winner on the republican side. liz: to that end, donald trump is certainly ahead in california. governor allen, donald trump already won your state's primary, and thi
FOX Business
May 16, 2016 3:00pm EDT
from california, and virginia republican george allen about the very crucial international economic position donald trump stepped from when asked about it. important. coming up. 48 minutes before the closing bell rings. again, we just hit session highs. we're off it now, but the dow up 208 points. could this be the offer they finally can't refuse? check it out. shares of tribune publishing. parent company of the chicago tribune and the l.a. times surging after gannett raised its all cash buyout offer to $15 a share from 12.25. that's a decent jump here. tea pub tribune is not quite at 15 yet. gannett also moving higher by 3%. and did omaha just freeze over? warren buffett did something he swore he would never do and that's jump feet first into major investments of two high technology names. one of them -- an internet name nonetheless. this out of this world move being made by the world's greatest investor. straight ahead on countdown when a moment turns romantic why pause to take a pill? or stop to find a bathroom? cialis for daily use is approved to treat both erectile dysfunction
FOX Business
Feb 29, 2016 3:00pm EST
virginia hillary clinton will be speaking shortly at george mason university. why? well, because she is still lagging among younger voters who have been flocking to bernie sanders despite her big win this weekend in the south carolina primary. sanders still won the youth vote there, was one of the only demographics he did win, 54% to 46% according to fox news exit polls. and that has not stopped clinton from talking like a front runner simultaneously attacking her democratic rival and the republican front runner today. >> i do have a difference with my esteemed opponent who wants free college for everybody. first of all, that makes it really hard to control the costs. you've got to have some cost control in there because it's going up way too much. but i also will tell you i am not going to ask you to pay taxes to send donald trump's youngest kid free to college. >> reporter: so a twofer dig there for hillary clinton. you mentioned there are 600 odell gates up for grabs for the republicans, there are 865 up for grabs tomorrow for the democrats, about a third of the total needed to clip.
FOX Business
Feb 15, 2016 3:00pm EST
just jeb bush but also his brother former president george w bush who is now in south carolina to campaign for jeb bush. trump attacking former president bush for his leadership before or after 9/11. take a listen. >> we weren't safe. that was the greatest attack in the history of united states. worse than pearl harbor because it was individuals, attacked as individuals as opposed to the military. greatest single attack. so standing up there i'm thinking do i want to embarrass him? because b because i'm a nice person i didn't do it. but then when he used it another time, i had to say i'm sorry. but we weren't safe. >> and trump also going after the republican party itself today, cheryl. both in this press conference at an event earlier today in south carolina. he said that rnc is in default of the pledge, which is the pledge that donald trump made in the first fox news debate. saying that he would support the eventual republican nominee if it were not him. but with the caveat that the republican party had to be fair to him. now he's suggesting that the party is not being fair to h
FOX Business
Jun 16, 2016 3:00pm EDT
evan bayh and republican george lemieux who ripped donald trump saying his campaign is about to implode on how today's vote will tip the balance, red or blue. >>> a major shift in the possibility of any rate hike this year? do you see the markets moving higher? take a look. the dow jumping 62 point. less than an hour to the closing bell. i'll tell you why as we start the "countdown." breaking news, we have a roller coaster in high speed, reverse, the dow is up 61 points, you can't see a nearly 200-point swing in the dow jones industrials. today alone, at the lows of session the dow was down 169 point, standing at 17,701. what sparked the reversal? look at the fed funds futures rates for the next four meetings of the year. the december contract is now betting that the fed will not raise rates until next year. no more rates, that's what the market believes and thank fed chief janet yellen for that. her awfully cloudy comments with the u.s. economy and global uncertainty, have futures traders pulling chips off the table. no hike this year? we shall see. the fed admitted britain's vote whet
FOX Business
Mar 15, 2016 3:00pm EDT
congressman dennis kucinich and george lemieux on the ground in crucial primary states to tell us what they see when the votes come in. markets playing the waiting game ahead of tomorrow's federal reserve rate decision. dow jones industrials falling five points, the nasdaq suffering a bit more. less than an hour to the closing bell. let's start the "countdown." traders at this hour taking heed where julius ceasar failed, staying clear of danger, not taking bets on the ides of march, march 15. trading very light ahead of tomorrow's fed decision, it was light yesterday, too. all ten of the s&p sectors are downsa the markets anticipate no change in u.s. interest rates this time around. the s&p and the dow down 5 point, 7 points, watching it closely. the health care sector is looking sickly. pharmaceutical and biotech names like eli lilly and biogen. valeant getting slammed after they slashed quarterly forecasts. more on valeant in just a minute. >>> what is working today? big box retailers, walmart higher about a percent, wholesale, costco up about a percent as well. one eye on the market
FOX Business
Aug 19, 2016 3:00pm EDT
: president obama is getting dangerously choice to the territory that damaged president george w. bush during hurricane katrina. he didn't go to the area. he flew over it. and he was in trouble with that. well, president obama was seen golfing wednesday in martha's vineyard just as louisiana began to grapple with deadly floods, what is now a full-blown major crisis. this as donald trump and running mate mike pence already landed and left baton rouge today. donald trump surveyed damage. listened to flood victims. he spoke with them. he took a look at the scene first-hand. trump of course capitalizing on the fact that no other candidate has gone to the region, let alone publicly spoke about the disaster. here yesterday i demanded if green party candidate jill stein why neither she nor any of the candidates had been talking about this? they were silent on it. hillary clinton apparently has no events scheduled for today. we have not heard whether she would go there. meantime trump arguably doing exactly the right thing, instead of drawing attention to a worse situation for his campai
FOX Business
Aug 18, 2016 3:00pm EDT
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FOX Business
Feb 24, 2016 3:00pm EST
to texas, george and north dakota, minnesota, nearly a dozen other states as white house hopefuls set their sights on the high-stakes supertuesday, blake berman has late breaking news on the campaign trail, for some endorsements and he is talking about a vice presidential candidate. >> donald trump said today at a speech, qualifications or qualities of what he would look for in a vice-presidential candidate and said someone who would be political, someone who would help him work the system and get lost through, donald trump is the outsider, he would want somebody with experience on the inside. so long for the days of campaigning county by county. we are on to supertuesday where candidates go state-by-state, 12 states all over the map, many are in the south, donald trump ventures with a bead on the delegates scoreboard, the momentum following three straight victories, trump will campaign in the upcoming days that he was at pat robertson's regent university in virginia where he held the town hall type session. he was still celebrating last night's win. >> we have a really extraordinary
FOX Business
Sep 26, 2016 3:00pm EDT
secretary under president george w. bush, ari fleischer. ari, i heard this all over again and again, style over substance. talk about how this debate could be different from all others. many have been televised again. >> the biggest difference many americans uneasy about the election. you have higher number of undecideds, there is no incumbent in power. with the president running for re-election, he was always for him and he won, i was always against him and he lost this is open race for the presidency. it has more impact. liz: we're looking at stage right now. it is daunting, intimidating. the lights will be on. the big issue nixon versus kennedy. nixon started to sweat. he mopped his brow. you can't hear someone mopping your brow if listening on radio. you only hear substance. people who saw it, he looked nervous and pasty. he was sweating because of the lights. al gore side a lot during the first debate against george bush, that hurt him in certain regards. these errant movements and facial expressions people make. how important is that for donald trump who you support as i under
FOX Business
Dec 12, 2016 3:00pm EST
spokesperson who put out on a facebook page comment. his name is george, george little. next commander-in-chief, president-elect trump dismisses the work of agency and calls its findings quote ridiculous. his disdain and disrespect for cia and wider intelligence community is nothing short of shameless. he makes the point these guys put themselves out there to catch the bad guys, often at their own peril. >> yeah i think, i think we really need to reconsider that, if anything recant that. i think we're all on the same team we shouldn't be attacking each other, especially if the intelligence community will be the one advising the president-elect. think we need to really consider the source and these guys are the ones providing you good intelligence to make really powerful decisions we really need to recan't our position of not really being so defensive about these kinds of things. we need to be a little bit more open-minded perspectives. i think our government needs to be a little more open-minded to the fact that yes, we're hearing a lot of data from the cia and fbi, and et cetera. are we
FOX Business
Nov 10, 2016 3:00pm EST
process first-hand. former white house press secretary under president george w. bush, ari fleischer, who might make it into the inner white house circle and how it is done. countdown coming right back. are you on medicare? do you have the coverage you need? open enrollment ends december 7th. don't put it off 'til later. now's the time to get on a path that could be right for you... with unitedhealthcare medicare solutions. call today to learn about the kinds of coverage we offer, including aarp medicarecomplete plans insured through unitedhealthcare. these medicare advantage plans can combine parts a and b, your hospital and doctor coverage... with part d prescription drug coverage, and extra benefits... all in one complete plan... for a low monthly premium, or in some areas no plan premium at all. unitedhealthcare doesn't stop there. you'll have $0 copays for preventive services... like an annual physical and most immunizations. you can also get routine vision and hearing coverage and a fitness membership. for prescriptions, you'll pay the plan's lowest price, whether it's your co-
FOX Business
Jan 14, 2016 3:00pm EST
, dana perino, co-host of "the five" on fox news and former white house press secretary under george w. bush. it certainly is an art -- [laughter] look, these candidates better answer with alacrity, but at the same time they need to add some torque and spin it back, and do you expect they will spin it to their competitors? and who is best positioned to do that? >> liz, thanks so much for having me on. i was really honored to get a chance to come down for this debate, and i am so impressed with what fox business has done. liz: thank you. >> the set-up is beautiful, the whole misdemeanor and the whole -- demeanor and the whole energy in the building is one of confidence and excitement because in my opinion, liz, this is actually the beginning of the campaign season. everything up to now has been preseason. tonight is the official kickoff. and so you have a smaller debate stage on both the earlier debate at 6 p.m., only three candidates, and then at the 9 p.m. debate, six candidates. that offers more time for these candidates to do, most important thing they have to do, liz, they have to
FOX Business
Aug 31, 2016 3:00pm EDT
. james clad former secretary assistant of defense under president george w. bush. in a statement characterized the donald trump as incompetent, quote, and incoherent amateur whose presidency will doom us to second or third class status. hillary continued on the theme. >> you don't build a coalition by insulting our friends or acting like a loose cannon. you do it by putting in the slow, hard work of building relationships. getting countries, working together with my job every day as your secretary of state. it is more than a photo-op. it takes consistency and reliability. cheryl: i'm joined by julie roginsky, democratic strategist, fox news contributor, matt schlapp is former deputy assistant to president george w. bush and republican strategist. matt, on your former colleague. >> never heard of him before. this is the truth with most of these foreign policy people who have come out for hillary clinton. you know what the surprise is? they were never republicans. i don't know what the case of no name person in our administration. most of the people that are supporting hillary clin
FOX Business
Jan 4, 2016 3:00pm EST
slowdown? >> was that directed at me, liz? liz: george, are you there. >> i am. there is a lot of concern about the global economy and rid fully so. there is reasons to be concerns how far china will fall on the downtrend it was on. market reaction in shanghai and some market reactions in europe and u.s. equity indices don't jive with that story. there are risks globally. we continue to see expanding u.s. economy. steady u.s. consumer and demand impulses that didn't exist two or three years ago. our view is much more modest than that we're poises for major -- >> liz i have to make this one point, then i've got to go. maybe i'm wrong on this and i hate predicting gloom and doom because never as bad, never as good except 2008. it was only time it was really bad. a lot of these gdp growth estimates that people throw out, listen i'm not saying they're wrong, i'm just they're not forward-looking, they're backward looking. almost static in the sense they take into account what's happening now. what they should be doing is taking into account what could happen in the future. if what is going on
FOX Business
Oct 7, 2016 3:00pm EDT
virginia, george allen. i need to quickly ask but the emails. governor hodges, you're supporter of hillary clinton. what does this do now? then the russians are being brought into the discussion as well? >> i think there has been this great fear all along the russians may have been involved in the hacking of political parties. i think we all would agree keeping them out of our political activities is imperative. it is disgraceful that they have done that. liz: okay. i wanted to just get your comment on that. i will stay with you for a second, governor hodges, there is a state of emergency in your state right now. as a former governor who had to deal with hurricane floyd and all kinds of other issues. how do you things are going? is governor nikki haley doing the right thing? she did reverse highway structure there allowing people to get out of dodge. >> i think you're right, so many people live on the coast of south carolina now the lane reversal worked very well. that is something we implemented back during my time in office. governor haley i think executed it well. the key is get
FOX Business
Oct 31, 2016 3:00pm EDT
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FOX Business
Mar 10, 2016 3:00pm EST
run those states, george allen and democratic governor from california grays gave this. great to have you both. president obama saying the gop right now is a crack that situation, the can't agree. they have a fax and pushing against another faction and an outraged is a big part of this because donald trump is shifting that discussion, spent a long time, important moment for republicans, free trade. who is to blame for all that is going on in the gop? >> one thing that will unite the republicans and many independents is their opposition to president obama's policies, most people do care about jobs and the economy and national security. i spoke with marco rubio because he has the best ideas to make the country more competitive and safe, but president obama's policies, look at his own democratic party's cabinets, they are against trade as well. trade for virginia is a net plus because of ports and we export a lot of coal and forestry and agriculture. liz: what about tariffs like donald trump wants to do? >> that would be harmful. there are people in virginia that were manufacturing areas
FOX Business
Jan 20, 2016 3:00pm EST
fitzgerald chairman howard lutnick and russia getting crushed by the drop in oil and so is george logothetis, he's a shipping magnate. china's slowdown for his company is at armageddon levels. so what do we have now? the dow down 357 points at the moment. take a look at dow 30. the index cut declines, there is a lot of red on the screen. we can look as we see. the s&p down 35. it was down 56 at one point. you have all of these names. we have green on the screen at this very second. united health group, nike, pfizer, looking slightly better, but overall we're on our worst january track in history for the s&p 500, as well as the nasdaq which is currently in correction territory. take a look at the vix, the so-called volatility or fear index spiking above 32 for the first time since september 1st. when we see what's happening with the volatility index, it is -- let's call it slight hysteria here. we're at 28.69 for it. look at ten-year yield, levels not seen since october as investors seek the safety of government bonds. not a surprise people go into treasuries and say i want to be a
FOX Business
Feb 11, 2016 3:00pm EST
than it was before barack obama took office. we had before george w. bush, george h. w. bush, bill clinton did better, barack obama did better than george w. and i assume the next democratic president will do better than the next republican president but let me say this. i love being on with a reporter from the new york post, my favorite newspaper. i disagree with almost everything that you write but i love the new york post. liz: talk to any ceo, the times, the journal, we reach -- your columns have been tough on barack obama. let me shed this year to john kasich who had a nice showing in new hampshire by making the economy a real cornerstone and it has worked for him. will it continue to work for him or does what donald trump says which is what people feel is not a great job market, will not work better in south carolina. >> i would throw bernie sanders on to the republicans side of the ledger in the sense that he's criticizing the economy. he does not find real fruits from the obama economy. hillary clinton is the obama economy, one of her burdens. the idea that a democrat can p
FOX Business
Jul 12, 2016 3:00pm EDT
george w. bush. of course, the former texas governor as well. part of today's memorial service meant to bring healing to the nation and to the city. president bush -- and this jumped out at me -- he was saying, quote: those wearing the uniforms risk their lives for total strangers and that the dallas five were the best among us. bernard caric ran the nation's largest police department, with me now. great to have you, sir. you know, you and i were sitting here listening to this entire thing. what jumped out at you? >> i think the personal tribute to the five cops was heart-wrenching. i was just about in tears. the cops stand between good and evil. communities have to understand what the cops do when they go out there in those communities. and i thought one thing that he said the parents -- that cops are in a position today where they have to act as parents, they have to act as counselors. where are the parents? where are the parents of these kids that are out there, you know, doing what they're doing to cause these cops to have to police aggressively? i think it's, i think the tribute --
FOX Business
Dec 30, 2016 3:00pm EST
george w. bush al hubbard. this all comes on donald trump focuses on rounding out his cabinet with nominations. here are the last two to fill, secretary of agriculture and the secretary of veterans affairs. blake burman is standing by live in washington, d.c. to give us the latest details on not just trump's meetings today, his celebration plans tomorrow and this breaking news where he's complimenting vladimir putin. >> reporter: yes. and the president-elect, liz, he will have one final holiday weekend at the florida transition headquarters, that being mar-a-lago, before he makes his way back up your way in new york for the final weeks of the transition here. the interviews are continuing today, a little bit of a quieter day, but there are still several key cabinet slots to be filled. among them, the head of veterans affairses and the the president of agriculture, and several of the folks who have been walking into mar-a-lago or who are expected to in the next few hours appear to be folks who could be on that list for the ag secretary. no time frame on when those picks might be com
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Mar 9, 2016 3:00pm EST
michigan. fox business was the first to bring you the news that neil bush, brother of a jeb and george w. has joined ted cruz's finance team. do we have a sibling scandal or rivalry on our hands? the primary no one is talking about but should be, the second-biggest primary behind florida isn't winner-take-all like the sunshine state or ohio, blake merriman live in the ignore at your peril state. when it comes to the battle for democratic delegates, the race is tighter than it looks. we break down whether it is a real possibility or a pipe dream that bernie sanders could overtake hillary clinton for the nomination. chilling images from iran testing missiles with running messages against israel written directly on the missile. are these tests just a violation of the new nuclear deal with iran? you may be surprised by the end to attack the seventh anniversary to the u.s. bull market with the major indices down for the year, might not feel like a full environmental but do the bulls have further to run? the clock is ticking, the final hour of trading, anything can happen. let's start the coun
FOX Business
Oct 11, 2016 3:00pm EDT
college to president george w. bush. so just hours ago fox news announced it has shifted florida and its 29 electoral votes into the lean-democrat category along with nevada. that puts hillary clinton over the 270 electoral votes needed to clinch the presidency. fox business' adam shapiro standing by in miami, florida, at the clinton/gore rally with more on why florida matters so much in 2016 is. you know that state well, adam, it does matter. >> reporter: it does matter. 29 electoral college votes, as you pointed out. this was the center of the 2000 election which decided when the u.s. supreme court, if we can take a look at some of the video of then-vice president al gore who was campaigning against george bush, but it was the supreme court that actually stopped the recount in florida, giving the election to mr. bush who, when the recount was stopped, was leading by 537 votes. florida is key, and both candidates know it, anthey intend to be here heavily over the next roughly 27 days leading up to the election. but it's because florida is not only a key state, it is considered a swi
FOX Business
Jul 28, 2016 3:00pm EDT
removal of vie comb ceo, phillipe dauman and george abram from a trust that controls viacom or cbs corp. redstone dies or deemed incapacitated. if that happens, phillipe dauman says you want i want to be on the board. the judge said, that can go forward. the judge dismissed request for immediate medical examination of sumner rhett stone. it will be heard in massachusetts, not california like the redstone team was hoping for. we'll bring you details on the gigantic media giant. cbs, earnings out after the bell. we'll get numbers to you the is being they come out. to money and the election. the money has been pouring in for the hillary clinton campaign throughout the democratic national convention but it turns out some of her top donors are mia in philadelphia, not showing up. the most notable absentees, are the big bankers who clearly favored hillary clinton over donald trump, since the beginning of the election. should clinton be worried bank representatives have not shown up in droves to the convention? charlie gasparino at fox headquarters in dnc convention. maybe they couldn't g
FOX Business
Aug 17, 2016 3:00pm EDT
department policy consultant and kevin, explain to people. you've been an economic advisor to george bush, mitt romney, john mccain. you have worked for herbert walker bush, bill clinton. we have no hope for either candidate? how is that possible? >> we put out a study suggests that the recession risks are much higher than people are talking about. we looked all the way back to the civil war, we saw what happens in election years. what happens in election years, especially candidates far apart, we sure have that this time, what happens businesses stop investing. they decide, i will wait until november to figure out where i go with this thing. left-wing guy wins, maybe i wish i didn't build the factory i would build this summer. can see it in the data. remember how weak gdp was, because of capital spending, going back all the way to the civil war but also second world war, you see the same pattern. the odds of a recession 12 months after the november of a presidential election about double what they normally are. liz: okay. >> the data are trajectorying in that way, whoever wins will
FOX Business
Nov 2, 2016 3:00pm EDT
he went really far. liz: i remember george w. bush saying about prescriptions, we know sometimes doctors don't write so good. sometimes they speak in colloquial english. >> it sounds stupid. liz: regard that, let's get to the story. >> casey southern, is the stock to watch. talking to any money manager, they want to see ba rommer it of any trump victory. this is volatile on positive news and negative news about trump. it is up a bit today but since friday. liz: 2%. >> since friday it has been down about 2%. we should point out, 2.9% since friday and the dow has been down 1.2% since friday. why do we say friday? email investigation is reignited, changing the polls, possible trump victory or increasingly like hood or possibility is likelihood. still has a narrow path but this is a stock to watch. money managers tell me this stock has been riding on ever positive or negative trump issue. why do they care about this? half of its business is nafta-related essentially. it ships stuff back and forth to mexico. you think trump will win, kill nafta or the trade deal, obviously short the s
FOX Business
Feb 17, 2016 3:00pm EST
around there. i'm joined by brad blakeman, former deputy strategist to george bush, and the cease-and-desist letter which has a lot to do with the fact that donald trump got booed or was yelling about ted cruz. what does this say to you? has this ever happened in a presidential election before and does it hurt the republicans? >> no, never happened to my knowledge, but this is a prop. this san attempt to get earned media and worked very well. ted cruz advanced this letter by holding a press conference and showing it and talking about it, and he talked more about the cease a-and-desist order and the threats by donald trump. trump is a phenomenon, defies political gravity and gets away with it time and time again, my feeling is we haven't heard the last of donald trump before saturday's primary. liz: jessica, no cease-fire between ted cruz and donald trump nor trump and the rnc nor is there cease-fire between hillary and bernie sanders. bernie sanders is now in the latest polls almost in a statistical dead heat. we can show some of the polls. this has now taken on a life of its own
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Aug 24, 2016 3:00pm EDT
in jackson hole, wyoming. peter barnes has an interview with mr. george tomorrow on "mornings with maria" at 7:30 a.m. eastern. if anything is going to move the market, it is mr. george. the dow was down 59 points. better buckle up. that inactive satellite radio of yours is ready to roll. because the siriusxm free listening event is on right now! just hit the sat button in your car and listen free thru sept 6. that's right, two glorious weeks of commercial-free music, plus talk, sports, comedy, news, and more. your ride has never, ever, rocked like this. oh yeah, siriusxm is on for free right now. so tune in and let's ride! . . liz: breaking news. fran ticks efforts continue at this hour to rescue victims in the deadly earthquake rocking italy today. the death toll, unbelievable, at first it was 17 and then 38. it has now risen to 120 after this devastating 6.2-magnitude earthquake took place in central italy. at these cities you can see on the map we showed you. it left the town and around it ruined. look at the horrific images on the screen. this is 65-year-old man rescued from b
FOX Business
Jul 29, 2016 3:00pm EDT
%. emily is a democratic strategist, blake is a republican strategist and former assistan to george w. bush. esm -- emily this is a slow recovery here. hillary clinton is trying to say, thank you, president obama, it's growing so slowly and how does she square with what americans are really seeing with the numbers? >> it was a positive vision for the country, she very seriously and precisely acknowledged pain that people are feeling, both because of job loss and wages are not growing. she talked about that squarely. her vision that she put forward during entire convention it was a positive one, it was a start contrast from the republican national convention the week before which was really about fearmongerring. she's not trump. she's actually about something to the country. liz: i get it. brad, donald trump was given in a kind of twisted way a really wonderful talking point with the gdp number yet he spent most of the day tweeting insults at hillary and rebutting anything that she said, why didn't he seize upon this number? >> our convention was about telling telling the truth. hillar
FOX Business
Oct 6, 2016 3:00pm EDT
emergency preparedness center. george, thanks for being here with us. this hurricane could be a nightmare scenario for kennedy space center. what is your worst case scenario. >> i think the forecast we had been given is just about as bad as we would like to see. even when we have a ride out crew during the storm it becomes too dangerous. everything has been moved in to the emergency operations center m with the winter this high. if it robles a little bit that will mean i guess that one would be easier said than done. how do you prevent satellites from getting there. big storms. there'd we picked up like storms and sales and move. we had secured it most of those. we have a plan for this. what we're watching is flight hardware. it will be launching november 4. we have to secure that in a secure building can i ask before we let you go the $11 billion space port that will be exposed we are kind of all in this together. the emergency operations center has simply can be too dangerous to be at different facilities around the center even though we pursed for that. the storm is too dange
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Apr 25, 2016 3:00pm EDT
heard about th -- he said to george stephopoulos over the ekend on abc that he realllly almost grappled when georg askehim, would you vote for hillary over donald trump? he didn't say no. he didn't say no you knowhow much do, how much sway do the koch broers have at this point? >> i don't kno bui think it would be believably disastrous for somemebody to honestly thi that llary clintowith all of th challenges of corrupti that she faces, of all of t the inser deals, the fact at she's basically aa wholly-owd suidiary of the big corporate inrests s and wall street interests, to say that somow she would be terrific for america? this wld be an epic battlele. and ift's hillary and donald trump, i think donald trgets voters that bernieasas had, i think 's going to get a lot of traditional repuican voters. i thinin that race donald trump wipethe floor with hiary. i truldo. and i know a l of people think he can't beat hillary. actually, i think heost certainly can, because he' ing be able to challenge r in a way i don'tnow anyone el who will or can. liz: will he get your te, governor? >> well, ab
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Nov 18, 2016 3:00pm EST
secretary posts, only president obama and george herbert walker bush announced their picks in the first month. bush 41 was able to announce it so early because he was keeping ronald reagan's treasury secretary in place. joining us democratic strategist steve murphy, former bush 43 speechwriter, head of american majority, ned ryan. why the perception, ned, do you think? maybe brought on a little self-inflicted because things are in disarray. up the street we have this parade of people, people are saying i don't know if i got it. i'm not saying whether i got it? >> first of all i would actually argue, liz, they're ahead of schedule. think about it, bannon announced has senior political advisor on november 13th. obama announced axelrod on november 19th. he announces his first cabinet position today and obama didn't announce it noll november 24th. liz: timothy geithner. >> the 2008 elections were four-days earlier. i would argue that trump is ahead of schedule. announced his cia pick. announced nsa pick. announced his first cabinet position. the other thing too people have understand is, re
FOX Business
Mar 22, 2016 3:00pm EDT
shouldn't have gone. there is the issue of, do you carry on? yes, you do carry on. obviously george w. bush took a huge personal risk and threw out the ball at yankee stadium. it made the country feel better n this instance he has to at least go to brussels. he didn't go to paris after the attack in paris. he needs to go to brussels after this attack. liz: we have to go. do you agree with that, evan? >> i agree he needs to go to brussels to show our allies we have solidarity. we'll only defeat isis if we're all together. liz: we do appreciate it. thanks. >> thank you. liz: of course fox business is the source of all your 2016 race results. we have neil cavuto in the chair tonight. fox business all-stars getting things started, 8:00 p.m. eastern. you have to watch the returns from idaho, utah and all important state of arizona. we're coming right back. the dow down 29 points. ♪ ♪ he has a sharp wit. a winning smile. and no chance of getting an athletic scholarship. and that is why you invest. the best returns aren't just measured in dollars. perfect driving record. >>perfect. no ti
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Aug 12, 2016 3:00pm EDT
speechwriter for president george w. bush, kristin dorsey, democratic strategist with the democratic policy institute. donald trump looks as relaxed as ever. they are talking about pulling funding from him. he raised eight at this million dollars in july which was a big bump up -- $80 million. >> the fact that reince priebus showed up at rally and introduced him was public statement on reince's behalf. there are conversations. people say pull the funding towards senate and house races. the fact reince was there in pennsylvania introducing him is very public sign, hey, we're behind trump. we'll behind trump for foreseeable future. i would say this, trump has to do himself some more favors and some the things he needs to become more boring liz. liz: good luck. he is not a boring person. >> but here's what he has got to do. put the speeches in teleprompter. stick to the speech. he he got to be boring and let people take a hard look what is taking place with hillary with all the emails taking place and state department and the clinton foundation. liz: he missing opportunities because, kr
FOX Business
Jul 27, 2016 3:00pm EDT
revealed that only one voting member kansas city fed president esther george was in favor of being a so-called hawk and hiking rates. the other nine said forget it, back off for now even though the labor market has strength end, business investment is still soft. when you ask might the fed hike future rates a 50% chance the fed will raise rates in december but it doesn't look like it any time before the election. now, as you can see when the decision came out, the s&p was down five points right before that was announced, you can see it has punched up to the upside. now in the green up just a quarter of a point. but it's still a significant move. the dow, which was down four points just as the announcement was made, now up 34 points. and the tech-heavy nasdaq up 16 at the moment. now up 32 in the wake of the no move on interest rate hikes. look, i hope you listened to us yesterday on oil because look at this. we warned you the glut is still bloating. oil dropping below $42 today, settled at 41.92. right now it's at 42.11, so just slightly above that after the government reported a sur
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Sep 12, 2016 3:00pm EDT
. remember before citizen journalism, everybody with an iphone, we remember when george w. bush reportedly choked on a pretzel and passed out. nobody saw it so we didn't hear about it right off the bat. i need to get to the economy. thursday donald trump is supposed to speak about this. on top of it we're waiting to hear what hillary clinton plans. we've got a market that is moving higher on a suspect issue, christie. that is that the federal reserve again is indicating it will back off, no rate hike. we must have nothing going in this economy if that is the case we can't even endure a quarter-point hike? >> you know i think we'll probably see movement regardless who is the next president after november. you know, i think you know that, you know, we're reluctant to do anything until that point because again who knows what is going to happen, what sort of effect it may have. look, could a quarter point make a difference? you know, i don't know but, you know we're not going to see anything until after november. liz: might hurt in the short term, tammy. last time we saw it in december it plum
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Jul 22, 2016 3:00pm EDT
the tax cuts that we had under george bush we would have a balanced budget today or be very close to it. and it was her husband's administration that last balanced the budget and that was an administration that was very tuned into the need, to stop growing the size of the government. liz: well he had the peace premium, needless to say. doesn't look like we certainly have that now. snort tim kaine, this is interesting, if he is the one, apparently he had a fund-raiser today in boston. we don't know what's going to happen. hillary is supposedly very close perhaps naming him as the veep. doug, he has been outspoken champion of free trade. he defends nafta. he supports tpp. he is son of a welder, harvard law. does he maybe balance it out to more fiscally responsible to hillary's tone which is you know, we're going to bring everybody together but i don't know how anybody does it without spending a lot of money? >> well, certainly those things are things genuinely pro-growth. there is nothing pro-growth elsewhere in her platform. she can talk about great her husband was he actually did thi
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Apr 18, 2016 3:00pm EDT
wheel be heard. liz: there was a star-studded event in hollywood, george clooney was the propellant behind it, and suddenly somebody said, boy, these tickets were expensive, a lot of money in politics, and he -- it seemed -- agreed with bernie sanders' message that, yes, there was too much of that in politics. what did you all make of that? >> well, i think that the actor, i think other activists on the democratic side understand what citizens united has done to our elections when they said corporations are people and let people give unlimited amounts to these super pacs, and these coordinated campaigns where all bernie sanders has are millions of individuals giving $27 a shot. over six million individual contributions. that's what democracy should be about, the will of the people, the people giving you money and a little bit every month to say i want my values to be heard, and you're the candidate i believe in. liz: well, that was very interesting to see mr. clooney raise all that money for hillary and then, of course, there you are. kind of agrees with bernie at least on one thing
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May 17, 2016 3:00pm EDT
. ashley: very good point. danwork, -- dano, we like to cal him, george soros getting back into tesla, as an average investor, should we pay attention to what these guys are doing? you and i, can the average investor take stock of what they're doing? >> you know, i think it's important to look at what, in fact, they're doing. they're long-term investors, certainly warren buffett is. so if you're a long-term investor, and most everybody is. you shouldn't be a trader unless you have really strong stomach for those types of things, they bought apple. apple's at 93, it's down 30% over the last six months. this is a quality stock. it's got a pe ratio of less than 12, it puts out a 2.5, 3.5% dividend. an investor has to target a company they think is solid and maven beaten down, and they've done that -- may have been beaten down, and they've done that. ashley: goldman putting out what was seen as a bullish report yesterday saying this global glut of oil is soon disappearing. we've seen oil gain nicely, crude up 48.51. where do we go from here? >> well, you know, it seems to me within the la
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Nov 22, 2016 3:00pm EST
bring in david mercer, democratic strategist and pub strategist and deputy assistant to george w. bush, brad blakeman. we have breaking news from dru jones newswires. donald trump is apparently leaning asking former massachusetts government mitt romney that he would be secretary of state. he is one step closer. south carolina governor nicky hailry, according to dru jones newswires, to be the ambassador to the united nations. things are moving quickly. what do you think of these names? >> i think they're terrific. lincoln was one of our greatest president, the reason being he brought his rivals into his counsel. liz: right away. >> right away. the reason he did it because they had more in common than they do in difference, that is the love of their country and the wish to have the best possible result from a donald trump presidency. he needs help and i can't think of two better people, if so choosing, chosen to have him do those jobs. liz: mitt romney is getting certainly some praise from people on both sides of the aisle, david, to be secretary of state, at least from the democra
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