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FOX Business
Apr 14, 2017 3:00pm EDT
republican governor of virginia, george allen. the sentiment is good around here. every sentiment whether it's a home builder sentiment or consumer sentiment, spiking. >> it is. and i know the president just met with the national association of manufacturers about ten days ago. they're all optimistic, and most things are people see a can do spirit, they see the regulatory reform being done and effectuated, but i think people want more, and i think a lot of it is anticipation. a lot of it may be holding back on making certain purchases of equipment thinking, okay, they're going to get a much better stimulus, much more internationally competitive tax code. in addition to the regulatory reform, and infrastructure. the energy policies by the way of this administration have been very positive. whether it's the keystone pipeline or other activities. so those in the engineer community are positive. most manufacturers, small businesses. but they didn't pass that repeal and replacement of obamacare. liz: they did not. >> matters a lot to small businesses. liz: richard, they can't blame the democra
FOX Business
Mar 1, 2017 3:00pm EST
spending which one of these is the magic bullet to spur growth the most. george allen with a slide. they will pick the exact moment they feel we will have that. the $1 trillion in dollar in the structure plan. it has the ceo thrilled. he's here in the foxbusiness exclusive. the orders that are coming in. huge ratings for foxbusiness. the disbelief over j.p. morgan and trumps tax plan. it is his life from the floor of the new york stock exchange on a history day. let's start the countdown. liz: breaking news forget dow 21,000 they are still optimistic i just got my hands on something that no one has seen down here but it is a foxbusiness exclusive wait for not 202000 they are skipping right over that. they say it's costing them too much money. see it right here. at this hour the markets are going parabolic plus his interview with secretary steve mnuchin pauly -- pushing it even higher. right now i think the height of the high of the session up 355 points for the dow. we are crushing it once again. we are just about there. and 37 is a high of the session. so what's driving. aside from the
FOX Business
Apr 12, 2017 3:00pm EDT
of the areas where the u.s. and russia had agreed for a long time going back to the george w. bush administration. we both agree and we have previously been part of the six party talks. that they should not had nuclear apons business. i was in the country here is china. and president trump have a discussion with him last evening of course there were at mara lago together last week. the most important thing is for the u.s. to be able to push the chinese to use the clear leverage they have to try to create --dash contain the problem. >> they did say the president trump we need a peaceful solution to this. it seems to be ramping up. they have skirted up a little close to that region. it does not. i think the united states has an absolute right to the right master. when you have a crazy man saying we are going to wipe you off the face of the earth without a trace. south korea is our defense ally. we have an obligation to protect south korea. relatively untested. he clearly recognizes the power of the nine seats. to make clear the power that we have and had have in the western process p
FOX Business
Oct 31, 2017 3:00pm EDT
one other question had been about tax reform, the rest were about george papadopoulos who has already pled guilty -- >> reporter: right. liz: as we told our viewers yesterday. but what else did you hear today that matters to that line, to that thread of the russia investigation? >> reporter: well, look, liz, the white house in a way feels vindicated with the charges that came against paul manafort and rick gates because those happened before manafort ever got to the trump campaign, from 2006 to 2015, predates his existence with then-candidate trump. however, there is a different headache now, and it's involves someone most people had never heard of until yesterday, and that is george papadopoulos, this low-level adviser to the president who admitted to lying to federal investigators that he was seeking contact with a russian national. and now papadopoulos is cooperating with the mueller investigation. this has risen now to the level of the president, so much so that he tweeted about it earlier today, and here's what he said. i quote here, he said the fake news is working overt
FOX Business
Aug 21, 2017 3:00pm EDT
our george washington statute. i will say some of the traders outside, some people went outside, it was hardly a mass exodus or fire drill, a small people, small percentage did go outside to check it out, seeing on the stairs was really exciting, some of the traders were out there but there were people who had the glasses passing them around. everybody was great at sharing all devices and certify intel boxes and one cart on top of the other cart and seeing the eclipse with the glasses as it happened overtime i thought was really, really neat. i goes back to 1979. today we made history and some of the traders got a sneak peek. it was hardly a mass exodus. there were nypd employees and quite a few people. lauren: we are about 29 minutes until the closing bell and look at this comeback, session highs right now for the dow jones industrial average, 21,702, high of the session. you know, we were down 74 points at the low, this is a comeback. what do you make of it, nicole? nicole: you know what's interesting, you names like cisco and other names on the downside like nike and just general
FOX Business
Sep 5, 2017 3:00pm EDT
immigrants brought here as children. former virginia senator and governor george allen on the business fallout and whether congress will step up to deal with daca. plus, former south carolina governor jim hodges has faced down hurricane hugo back in the day. should aid packages be tied to the debt ceiling passage? and what if you lost your entire house to a disaster? as harvey victims try to rebuild their lives, many may be tempted to -- or actually have already -- raided their nest egg, their 401(k). should you lend yourself money from your 401(k) in terrible times of trouble? a lot of people have said no in the past, but there may be another way. today's markets reminding us of september's horrible reputation as the worst performing month of the year for stocks, and wall street hasn't forgotten. financials the biggest drag as the dow jones industrials fall 226 points. forget the frying pan, we're already in the fire with less than an hour to the closing bell. let's start the "countdown." ♪ ♪ liz: well, so much for watching the sun slowly set on summer memories. we've got a cold s
FOX Business
Aug 4, 2017 3:00pm EDT
president george bush, richard painter and former assistant secretary of defense and retired navy pilot larry corb. welcome to you both. richard, what effect do the words that you heard, they were crystal clear, what effect will they have on the leakers? nothing up until now has. >> well, most of the leaks are not of classified information. those leaks are not illegal leaks and those are not the leaks that he is talking about. the attorney general is talking about leaks of classified information, and leaking classified information to anyone including to the press is a criminal offense, and they're right to prosecute that crime. now that should not be, once again, confused with other leaks of information that is not classified that happens to be embarrassing to the president or anyone else. that happens all the time and not the business of the justice department. the classified information, absolutely, cannot be leaked and those people should be going to jail. liz: what so far has been classified? because much of the leaking is who had dinner with whom with the president, or the pr
FOX Business
Feb 1, 2017 3:00pm EST
. roger goodell confirming just minutes ago that the former u.s. president george hw bush will be this year's honorary coin flip or during super bowl 51. as you know he had been bedridden along with his wife. when they are getting better. now guess what. on the other hand he just wrapped up his annual super bowl news conference. it's known as a state of the nfl. this is moments ago. downtown houston. he ripped through a whole bunch of ideas that the nfl is kicking around to help make it a little bit more action-packed. would we bring the surface tablet. look at the clock. the moment an extra point is kicked. then we don't have unnecessary delays. we think wcan do it. this is atlanta falcons. for super bowl 51. and we happen to have one of those nfl owners here. and by the way his team is playing in super bowl 51. we are thrilled to have you here. it's just days before the big moment. what is on your mind about the state of the business of the nfl as an owner is at the top of the moment. i think the leak is in a very good position. safety. they are handling the proper way with all
FOX Business
Jul 26, 2017 3:00pm EDT
in governor george allen. a virginia and we are also joined by the former democratic senator and governor of indiana since we are just joining us. it is interesting. some people expected that. they will either benefit or possibly be affected by that. what you think is the end result. and it got pushed forward. i will give it my best shot. they will go through the amendment process. none of the democrat process. that is really all within the 52 republicans. i know george well have an opinion on this. to satisfy the conservatives that want to repeal everything. but also keep the moderates on board. that is just can be a very difficult balance to strike. at the end of all this they will pursue what they call the skinny alternative. they will repeal the mandate. provide healthcare for their coverage and they will also repeal at least the tax and medical device companies. my guess is that they will go that route. that's all we will get done right now. they will make a proposal on the rest of it. i think that is probably where this will end up. you can see the bottom of the screen. it
FOX Business
Jan 13, 2017 3:00pm EST
, right? >> there you go. there you go. i blame opec and the federal reserve on and george bush. liberals have done it for years. might as well blame the down trend on george bush, right? it is about opec. there was fake news on opec overnight. people were saying opec is not complying, unnamed opec sources. from what we're seeing opec compliance may have been the best ever seen in history. might be over 100%. could be 110%. that is big news. saudi arabia really cut. liz: gentlemen, thank you very much. we have some breaking news. that first step by the house of representatives to repeal and replace obamacare has just passed. one of the men who voted, dr. tim murphy, he is a republican representative. he is standing by. he is going to join me in just a moment. what gives him extra heft? he's a doctor. i'm going to ask, will doctors be happy with whatever replaces obamacare? don't go away. rodney and his new business. he teaches lessons to stanley... and that's kind of it right now. but rodney knew just what to do...he got quickbooks. it organizes all his accounts, so he knows whe
FOX Business
Jul 28, 2017 3:00pm EDT
the new team mate jeter is enlisting for a grand slam bid that even george can't beat. don't miss it next on countdown ? yes. so let me ask you this... how does diabetes affect your heart? it doesn't, does it? actually, it does. type 2 diabetes can make you twice as likely to die from a cardiovascular event, like a heart attack or stroke. and with heart disease, your risk is even higher. you didn't know that. no. yeah. but, wait, there's good news for adults who have type 2 diabetes and heart disease. jardiance is the only type 2 diabetes pill with a lifesaving cardiovascular benefit. jardiance is proven to both significantly reduce the chance of dying from a cardiovascular event in adults who have type 2 diabetes and heart disease and lower your a1c. jardiance can cause serious side effects including dehydration. this may cause you to feel dizzy, faint, or lightheaded, or weak upon standing. ketoacidosis is a serious side effect that may be fatal. symptoms include nausea, vomiting, stomach pain, tiredness, and trouble breathing. stop taking jardiance and call your doctor right away
FOX Business
Oct 17, 2017 3:00pm EDT
being a quote soulless coward after the president said former presidents like barack obama and george bush didn't call families of fallen soldiers or maybe they did. i just am not sure. well, has been critical of the president in the past even saying the u.s. is an embarrassment to the world. on the other hand, just days after president trump told nba champions the golden state warriors they were no longer welcome at the white house, new york knicks or understand sent a $125,000 check to th the president's reelection efforts. this on top of more than 300,000 he put toward the initial campaign. now, of course, some nfl players going to football have had their own issues with the president. the league going through protest controversy since the start of the season. right now nfl team owners and players are actually huddled together at the conrad hotel downtown new york to find a common ground to lower manhattan where connell mcsane is right there. all the owners there are individual players or just player representatives there and what are you hearing at this hour in the meeting? >> wel
FOX Business
Nov 28, 2017 3:00pm EST
pelosi didn't go out of pettiness? please! seriously. can you imagine ronald reagan or george h.w. bush or george w. bush ever saying anything like that? it's unthinkable. liz: the thing, richard, we know president trump, and he's made no bones about it, is a different kind of leader. >> he hasn't gotten anything done in a year. that's how good a leader he is, right? we're on the cusp of the new year and gotten nothing substantial done. >> the market perceives positive things at the moment. >> agreed. liz: that's a lot of momentum. if you look since the election, it's 60, 70 record highs. >> on what policies? . liz: two policies, certainly, in the past, he sided with nancy pelosy and chuck schumer, i believe on the budget, correct? >> they agreed on daca. liz: daca. >> richard's right, and the sad thing is we are getting distracted from the core policy issues, but again the important thing to remember is that the president is transactional. this is not a relationship thing, so this is not ronald reagan or bill clinton bringing folks over to have a relationship and build. that he i
FOX Business
Aug 7, 2017 3:00pm EDT
foreign policy adviser to george w. bush, republican strategist paul join us. well, gentlemen, miraculous, yes, indeed because we haven't seen tax reform in ages. but that doesn't really bode well, certainly for steven mnuchin, the treasury secretary first promise that this would be done by august, and then he backtracked it to december. but, paul, right off the bat, i'm thinking miraculous. will it take a miracle? >> i'm not sure why senator hatch said miraculous. maybe that was just being a little bit dramatic. i think it is hard to do. but i certainly think it's possible, given the fact that you have republicans desperately needing to do something on their agenda because they're so unpopular now with the base, president trump is much more popular with republicans. and secondly, there are about ten democrats in swing states that are nervous about the prospects of keeping their seats or fending off challengers. they're going to want to do something that's broadly popular and tax cuts are broadly popular. so not sure what the senator was telegraphing, but i don't think miracul
FOX Business
Jun 22, 2017 3:00pm EDT
guest says do not, do not fall in love with a stock because it will never love you back. george young, portfolio manager at vilary and company. joining us now, what do you mean by that? you mean falling in love with the hot sexy names like tesla, amazon or -- >> fill in the bank with any name you want. people traditionally remember the big stocks, exxon, et cetera, if it is impregnable can't fall apart. remember exxon valdes, that was some time ago. >> liz: yeah. >> not like your grandmother's pearls. if she left you some pearls in her will that is sentiment tall value. but when it comes to a stock it's a thing. you need to sell it, or consider selling it if it represents too much of your account. too many overvalued stocks out there. liz: what if it is not in your nature train yourself to be disciplined? >> train yourself. liz: warren buffett is always disciplined, he sells when he thinks everybody else is running in and buys when everybody else is fleeing? >> that is exactly right. the difficulty know when to sell. if it gets to represent too much your portfolio, 10, 15% that
FOX Business
Dec 6, 2017 3:00pm EST
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FOX Business
Jun 1, 2017 3:00pm EDT
you by a man named george mitchell when he discovered fracking. technology moved on. you have to realize how that affects your country to adapt to, making sure natural gas, solar wind, bringing west virginia along with it. you could have very, pittsburgh is a economy and pittsburgh is tech economy. liz: we got a one minute a second ago. we wait for the walk up of the president. bernie sanders put out this decision. president trump's decision to withdraw out of the paris climate agreement is international disgrace, abdication of american leadership. royal dutch/shell responding. they say, let me see the statement. where is the statement? it is not attached. oh, shell's position, on climate change and importance of the paris agreement is well-known. we share with the administration, this is from royal dutch/shell our strong support for the u.s. remaining in the agreement. we respect president trump's decision but will continue to work closely with his administration on issues related to energy policy. there you have royal dutch/shell whose stock is flat at moment, but slightly high
FOX Business
Jan 11, 2017 3:00pm EST
former special counsel to former president george w. bush as well. >> bipartisan we want to help. tell donald trump we're available to help. li no fees. i know you lawyers. >> i will turn all my fees over to the treasury department! liz: okay. that's a deal struck right here on fox business, norm eisen, great to have you, thank you very much. >> thanks for having me. liz: anytime. the closing bell ringing in 15 minutes. we have two massive companies leading with donald trump to bless their corporate marriage. charlie gasparino now has exclusive details on the german chemical giant bayer and u.s. seed behemoth monsanto with big meeting at trump tower. will trump say i do to their $66 billion merger? charlie breaks it next. liz: breaking news. they are talking about illegal immigration and border controls. rex tillerson there, he is of course the secretary of state nominee, and he is being questioned about everything from climate change to how we keep our borders secure. what do we do about all of these issues that are facing the challenging globe right now. and we should mention this de
FOX Business
Jan 18, 2017 3:00pm EST
street, trading up around 60% when george w. bush left, he was at 33%. two different presidencies and there was the financial crisis that bush had endured certainly, but looking at this, donald trump comes in and what must he do to continue to have the positivity, he's already gained points with the american worker and of all groups union workers too where he's defending those jobs, what needs to happen next? >> good afternoon, liz, i think the very important thing that president-elect trump needs to do is make good on promises to the american people. i remember from day one in the bush administration from 2001, the president was very resolute of these are the promises that i made, these are the things i'm going to do if you give meet privilege to serve as your president, and he delivered on that. what president-elect trump needs do is be very decisive to work can democrats and congress toa chief some of the things he set out to do. i think president-elect trump has a short run way and people are going to be expecting him to deliver much, much quicker than perhaps his two predecessors
FOX Business
Feb 7, 2017 3:00pm EST
in seattle, a judge appointed by george bush, and that judge blocked donald trump's executive order from banning some non-u.s. citizens from entering the country. the quote that some of us found telling, a bunch of them. we put this up -- but with less than three hours before the san francisco appeals court begins hearing, trump's own homeland security chief hours ago said he would have delayed the rollout. >> the desire was to get it out. the thinking was to set it out quick, so that potentially people that might be coming here to harm us would not take advantage of a period of time they could jump on an airplane and get here, or get here in other ways, so that was the thinking. in retrospect, should i have -- this is all on me, by the way -- should have delayed it just a bit. trish: should have delayed it just a bit. does this hurt the president's side of the case tonight? i'm joined by ambassador robert jordan, former ambassador to saudi arabia, one of the countries not listed in the ban. he's the author of desert diplomat, and ron hera, professor of outsourcing america, a premie
FOX Business
Jun 23, 2017 3:00pm EDT
viewers want to show you why you watch countdown closers on the show, george young recommended a stock called western digital. look at it today. it is hitting a two-year high after toshiba is willing to talk to the company about the sale of its chip unit. can we show western digital? looking pretty healthy right now. top that david kudla. joining us now, good to see you. western digital up 3%. what is your estimate for how momentum stocks like that and others continue to grow or at some point correct? >> we think they continue to grow because it is the place to be in this market. we had a flattening of the yield curve, concern about economic growth, concern about trump policies. of value stocks lagged here the growth stocks have done well. growth stocks or those that depend on secular growth story are technology stocks. we've got great earnings this year. good earnings we're expecting next year. so we think investors stay with tech stocks, western digital being one of them. liz: okay. if we keep that up there. there is a whole bunch of etfs and stocks david is recommending. what is you
FOX Business
Oct 26, 2017 3:00pm EDT
might be headed their way. george young is portfolio manager at vilory and company. he comanageses the balanced fund. it is up 8% year-to-date. wow, cockroaches, which ones do you love? >> i might be uniquely qualified being from new orleans. we have many to choose from. liz: we have many here in new york. >> we look at company you know loved, you know followed. you want a -- unfollowed. we would rather buy them when they're cheap. liz: which i like. apache at 39 bucks is down precipitously, is it not? >> it is. liz: 3p% down year-to-date. you're saying a good buy? >> if you expand your analagy to the roach motel, if you will, that is the energy sector. that is the sector everybody loves to hate it has been terrible. it is unloved. it is unwanted. at some point there is good value. we happen to own apache. we think it is good long term. they're commodity oriented. but they are efficient producer. closing bell rings] we think there is opportunity there. liz: the vilory fund is up 95% since inception. there is the closing bell. that is it for the claman countdown. melissa: wall street ey
FOX Business
Mar 30, 2017 3:00pm EDT
president gorbache george hw bush, and we know, beater barns what happened after that, he eventually had to raise taxes. but putin and what's going on in dc at the moment, you have been monitoring everything. the juicy hearing in the last couple of minutes. >> it has been a little bit crazy, liz, we heard of putin and then fake news and hacking and propaganda and even dead russians, opponents of putin ended up dead over there. so the intelligence committee trying to dig into whether -- or how -- i think everybody concluded that the russians did try to interfere in the u.s. election. so all of these hot charges from these experts. but we should remind you this is an open hearing. this is not, you know, a closed door hearing in a secure space. these are mainly russia experts and exintelligence officials testifying, so there's no firm findings yet from any active u.s. intelligence agencies today. but the committee is digging with the help from the private sector. listen. >> while many organizations are actively trying to counter these attacks, there's such an asymmetry between offense and d
FOX Business
May 30, 2017 3:00pm EDT
at the fbi under both president obama and george w. bush. he is meeting with the president, along with a man by the name of chris ray. an attorney here in town. you went through some of his credentials. basically, he worked for a couple of years as a litigator. back in 2003, '04, and '05 at the department of justice. they are interviewing with the president, the white house press secretary sean spicer would not nail down when i asked him when the president might make his mind up. . >> when the president feels he has met with the right candidate, he will let us know. but he will meet with candidates today and continue to do so until he finds the right leader. >> are they the two finalists at this point? >> huh? >> are they the two finalists or. >> the president is the ultimate decision-maker. when he makes the decision as to who believes is best to lead the fbi, he will let us know. >> so, liz, you heard there from sean spicer could come really at any point if these are the two or just two of several others. dominating the press briefing at least part of it, of course the latest wi
FOX Business
Feb 10, 2017 3:00pm EST
airlines. delta, united. george soros snapping up cyber security stocks. meanwhile his former deputy stan buying gold. what should you be doing? ould you mimic billionaires and what they're buying? let's ask matt, the portfolio manager from boston. i don't know, matt, what do you think here? >> well, there's a lot of different things you can buy and sell, that's for sure. when it comes to the airline stocks, they usually don't make our quality screen here that we have. it's very acid-intensive business, high leverage, number one input cost is very variable. so when it comes to moving things, we move fright through union pacific, but we don't look at airlines very much. cyber security and we're actually lightening that position. so in that area, we don't have a whole lot of exposure. and when it comes to gold, it's aggressive, it obviously doesn't produce any income, so we're not using it for this clients that need income. and one thing we do really like right now is nike. nike was done 20% last year. it was really kind of hurt by some of its customers going through a tough time. liz:
FOX Business
Jun 26, 2017 3:00pm EDT
this guy. we're talking about josÉ moss. if it says in the banner moss, that's his father was george. now, why are these people prominent? they're two of the most prominent cuban businessmen in south florida. worth about $2.5 billion. his father started one of the biggest cuban refugee organizations. died about ten years ago. left the family business to his son. ran something called mass tech and a bunch of private equity timbers firms. they from what we understand, in the one of the things that makes him appealing, jeb bush, again, does not have the money. romney has some of the money but not enough of the money. he cannot literally put down a billion dollars and buy the team. he can write the check if he has. not saying he will. i think there's a likelihood. liz: why wouldn't he want derek jeter by his side? >> what we understand is this. he's going to offer a minority stake to jeter and his group. i think the one problem that jeter's going to have with that is that it's unlikely he's going to play a major management role in the company -- in the team. that it will be josÉ moss' c
FOX Business
Oct 16, 2017 3:00pm EDT
company george peterson is our insurance broker hanover is the insurance company they called me on monday. they had been wonderful. i can tell you how many complaints we get. not specifically from the fire but they are trying to dodge it. so congratulations. i think that is great. let's talk about the future. are you planning to rebuild on the same site. or are you down for the count at the moment. were not really sure what were going to do. we are still trying to figure out with our landlord what the next move will be. if it is not on the same site we will build it somewhere else or take over another space. aside from that you have the bird and the bottle. if a couple other restaurants. what was the most valuable thing t realistically was a certain expensive wine that you lost. i would say it's more sentimental things. we did get into the site and we were going to do the wreckage and we found the horse shoe that horseshoe that was with the building. and it was over the back door. what are they saying right now. everyone now is just trained to be grateful that everyone is safe. som
FOX Business
Jan 31, 2017 3:00pm EST
her first time around the block at the white house. she was labor secretary under george w. bush. she is married to mitch mcconnell. another cabinet member s under donald trump. >>> just over a week ago, speaking of transportation and the way some of us get around, that elon musk was breaking bread with donald trump in the white house in a who's who leader. two of technology's biggest names and tesla, spacex, hot water, slightly elevated in temperature for not taking a stronger stance on president trump's immigration order as well as hess outward support for big oil man rex tillerson as secretary of state. tillerson is not loved by most environmentally conscious consumers and that would include the tesla faithful. south african executive polling people for a solution on immigration issue got him a big more than he bargained for. responses like this, @elon musk, do the right thing, advise from the advisory position. be on the right side of the story. hey, elon musk, that squeak you're hearing tesla's brand leaking out. might patch the leak with rejection of trump. some of us how failin
FOX Business
Oct 18, 2017 3:00pm EDT
hodges and governor george allen. governor allen, let me begin with you. okay. what are your thoughts on the president with regard to the health care? there are so many issues, hard to know where to begin. >> the focus ought to be on tax reform. >> thank you. >> obviously important as well. you run the show. i'm going to get to tax reform, believe me. but health reform because i started talking about the subsidies and the president calling them a huge bailout for the insurance companies. the alexander murray bill kind of keeps those going for a while. that is unacceptable, i would imagine, to republicans, correct? >> yeah, probably so. it depends on what else is in it. there's aspects that are good as far as letting the states have more discretion and having health insurance plans and may have a high deductible, but cover major medical expenditures which is one of the big concerns in cost shifting, but continuing to subsidize a system that is too costly and doesn't have enough competition really is not a solution. that is just really just continuing on for another month, year or two.
FOX Business
Nov 27, 2017 3:00pm EST
record for the dow jones industrials here. george, do you have apple cards on your site? >> yes. liz: they do. check it out. raise.com. john buckingham. big record. s&p 500 is too close to call. as we hear the closing bell, so happy you guys were all back in action watching us on claman countdown. hope it was a great thanksgiving a couple weeks to christmas an hanukkah. that is is it for the claman countdown. we'll see you storm. david: look at dow jones industrial average, 23,581. it had to be over 23,059 to be a record. there are new highs. other drama on capitol hill, the s&p 500 too close to call right now. it may end up as a winner but we'll wait and see. looks like it will be in the negative. as well. but not the nasdaq. not even close. as online sales surge on this cyber monday. hi, everybody, i'm david asman. melissa: i'm melissa francis. this is "after the bell." more on the big market movers but first here is what else we're covering during this very busy hour ahead. a tale of two
FOX Business
Jan 19, 2017 3:00pm EST
right away. ask your doctor about cialis. >> we need to get you the update on the condition of george hw bush. the former president is in stable condition in the icu. the intensive care unit of houston methodist hospital. his wife who was also hospitalized and diagnosed with a case of bronchitis she has been given antibiotics and feels 1000% better. they are planning to forgo the inauguration ceremonies due to the illness. they said that he understands. i don't know how this is happening but it's happening as it says last day to my house it just announced that the president is granting 330 additional commutations after already grand jury --dash make granting or than any other president in history. the entire family was out of the white house. kevin corke is standing by at the white house on what i in the details on the move but first let's get to the commutations and who are receiving them. >> it is truly fascinating first things first. i'm just gonna read you a few numbers if you will indulge me. they were issued by president obama and that includes those that have been sentenced to lif
FOX Business
Nov 7, 2017 3:00pm EST
tesla, and president george w. bush have invested in alternative energy whether it be heading up the hottest electric vehicle company or signing policy into law that helps along alternative energy. to give our viewers a brief history lesson, president george w. bush signed the energy policy act into law back in 2005. what did that do? that's the law that provided tax incentives for domestic energy production but also energy efficiency. these incentives for when you buy an electric vehicle. you buy a prius, you get some money back. but with the looming gop tax reform bill on the horizon that plans to phase out those tax credits, alternative energy companies receive, our next guest is none too thrilled claiming that if congress goes through with that bill, it will pose serious risks and job losses for the alternative energy sector which is really starting to grow here in america. weighing in right now, american wind energy association ceo tom kiernan in a fox business exclusive what's your beef with this? what do you hate about it? [laughter] you're like everything. >> yeah. well, the
FOX Business
May 31, 2017 3:00pm EDT
defense under president george w. bush. two issues to tackle. let's get to diplomacy. vietnam isn't seen as a diplomatic power like the norwegians were between israel and the palestinians. but could the u.s., vietnamese relationship benefits when it comes to north korea or china? >> yeah. vietnam doesn't have close ties with north korea. but the issue as you laid out very well is china and the south china sea. vietnam and china don't get along. they have a troubled history. they fought a war in 1979. vietnam is probably playing, you know, hedging its best with china because china isn't going anywhere. that geography isn't going to change in its relationship with the united states, the military relationship is warming. last year they ended some sanctions on arm sales to vietnam. just transferred some coast guard ships to vietnam. so it's a critically important country with 90 million people with a powerful growing economy that could be a even more bigger player in that part of the world. and help the united states advance its interest. liz: but president trump has been very clear. he
FOX Business
Sep 18, 2017 3:00pm EDT
george bush and barack obama followed, and that was peaceful solution through talk and negotiation, which didn't seem to work. what path would work right now? >> well, i think if we're going to have any chance of getting a peaceful resolution to this conflict still, liz, and it is very late in the day, i think that the key missing piece here that the president has recognized is china. china has all of this economic leverage over north korea. and unlike the case of iran before the nuclear deal with iran, we have not exercised any of our secondary financial sanctions against the major chinese banks and industrial conglomerates that continue to do business with the kim regime, have continued to help it to evade sanctions. i think if we're going to have any hope, we need to start coming down really quite hard on a selected group of very powerful and politically well-connected state-owned banks and companies in china that have continued to do business and keep the kim regime afloat. liz: gentlemen, at what point does china decide that the economic relationship with the u.s. and with the
FOX Business
Nov 16, 2017 3:00pm EST
time this happened during do george bush's presidency where he had that one-time tax policy, these companies did share buybacks, they raised their dividends, they also laid off employees, and they did not invest in capital expenditures. >> yeah. liz: what are you hearing from your companies that they say they will do with their money if they can bring it back from overseas at a lower tax rate? >> so it's a great point, liz. and people point that out to what happened back when there was that tax holiday. this is completely different. liz: why? >> this is a permanent provision that would no longer tax overseas earnings on a go-forward basis. now also on a going-forward basis you had people like randall stephenson from at&t saying not only i can bring cash back, but accelerated depreciation and expensing, it's cheaper for me to invest in productive capital that will create wages and jobs. i'm going to put a billion dollars more immediately into the economy, and that's a attributable to, as we all know, the corporate rate is passed through in some way to shareholders and wager earners.
FOX Business
Nov 14, 2017 3:00pm EST
blackstone, george roberts of kkr, buffett, they're paying lower than what at least the house plan for people who make $200,000 and under are paying. those guys, $200,000 and under which isn't that much if you live in new york or one of higher tax states, they're paying 25%. the billionaires under this carried loophole, and we can put it up because it's a very stark example of the wealthy paying a lot less in that way, is 20%. but one very important person is in total agreement with you, apparently, and that's president trump. have you said anything to your senate compatriots on the gop side about that? hey, didn't the president say that he wants this gone to make it fair? >> you know, i've been carrying this legislation to close the carried interest loophole -- liz: for a while, yeah. >> -- for years. so this is a long-term fight for me. and i have to say, i welcomed the news when candidate trump said that this was a loophole he wanted to close. and i am urging my republican colleagues, join me in helping president trump keep his promise on closing this tax loophole. it is obviously u
FOX Business
Jan 17, 2017 3:00pm EST
complexities are going to become reality, realizing that abraham lincoln, george washington, no one can add much added impetus to all of the complexities we have in our economy, so therefore, yeah -- liz: it's a long, long process, especially when you get to things like unwinding brexit and doing corporate tax reform. how is her speech being received? >> i think her speech is still very much unclear, people don't know how the reaction would be from brussels. i disagree with one of the guys that day trading isn't the thing you want to do. day trading is the place you want it to be. you want to trade the volatility. >> good luck, good luck. good luck, good luck. liz: one of the best floor shows in a long time. >> don't do it! >> liz, i have a question for you, the trump rally and once he's in office the market sells off. liz: historically -- >> is it really a trump rally? liz: that tends to happen and we get down to nuts and bolts. >> exactly. liz: and see if there is steak behind the sizzle when it comes to the promises. guys, thank you very much, our thanks to you. so to donald trump's
FOX Business
Mar 24, 2017 3:00pm EDT
well, former special assistant to president george w. bush here. mr. christy, tommy thompson said here earlier today, the former health and human services secretary, it is embarassment and paul ryan and all republicans if this health care bill is not moved on to senate. would you agree. >> i would agree. republicans had seven 1/2 years to give us honor, privilege and govern first thing we do will repeal obamacare. they had the white house, the senate, the house, they had every opportunity to work to iron the deal out with republicans and democrat. what do they do? nothing? it is fratricide. republicans are shooting at each other. this is not what american people look for when they say they want republican leadership. ashley: go to richard, to ron's point, seven 1/2 years blasting obamacare. of course donald trump winning presidency, much on getting obamacare replaced and as he said put in something that really works for the american people. here we are, to this point today, from your perspective, what's your thoughts on that, democrats sitting back and kind ever giggling to themse
FOX Business
Aug 15, 2017 3:00pm EDT
, that's what i think. george soros liquidated stake too, it will be interesting to see what happens with ibm. guys, thank you very much. >> thank you. liz: we have 36 minutes before the closing bell rings. if we pick apart the dow. one of buffett's huge holdings is american express. he loves it to this day. leading the dow 30, up $1.47 at $86.94. apple one of the sparkling leaders of the day, after david tepper and the oracle of omaha boosted their stakes in the iphone maker. >>> up next, derek jeter scored a whopping $260 million during playing career, but does he have enough cash to buy a whole team? charlie has new news, i swear he says it's new because this is like forget extra innings, we're going into the hockey postseason. he's coming up next. attention homeowners age 62 and older... dr.ben carson, the secretary of housing and urban development recently affirmed his commitment to the reverse mortgage program. "last year, hud proposed a new regulation that would make some improvements and strengthen the program" said carson. improvements include spouse protection; required fin
FOX Business
Sep 27, 2017 3:00pm EDT
factual depending on the circumstance. it didn't work for george w. bush. people saved their savings, but what we're doing isn't working right now, congressman, don't we need to try something. >> you. >> we do, we need to -- out of top 200 corporations in america, half of the corporations pay between 0 and 10% in corporate taxes. half of those don't pay anything. in fact, we as american taxpayers pay them. so while there is a cut in the corporate tax rate which there should be from 35% to 20. liz: so you're okay with that? >> well, fine, but the effective tax rate we should keep our eye on. here's what i would support. i would support a minimum effective corporate tax rate of 20%. liz: i see. >> in other words, everybody pays 20%. liz: because we should let people know that right now, the effective tax rate is anywhere, depending on which site you're looking at, 19 to 29%, so some of them don't pay 20 at the moment. some are well below that, too. but i need to get, because you're a new yorker, your opinion on the possible elimination of state and local taxes, from the federal, from the fe
FOX Business
Jul 7, 2017 3:00pm EDT
it's coming down to the guy for the lead south florida businessman george moss who runs moss tech. big time private equity guy down there. very prominent cuban american family. he seems to be in the lead. now, he doesn't have an exclusive right to bid on this thing. he hasn't finished his due diligence from what i understand. derek jeter, the former yankee shortstop is still poking around. but we understand jeter doesn't have the money. he doesn't have the billion dollars it takes to be in the bidding right now. he may be part of moss' team going forward. i know jeter and moss have met at some point to talk about teaming up. the other potential bidder is tag romney, although he from what we understand, it's unclear if he's actively involved in bidding. so it looks like it's coming down to, and we're going to find out sooner rather than later on this. when is the all-star game? . liz: yeah, and it will be -- i don't want to say the cheapest because that doesn't sound right. but the tickets will be the cheapest in a decade. >> at the marlin. and we understand that they want it wrapp
FOX Business
Apr 25, 2017 3:00pm EDT
george w. bush owned -- >> he owned stuff. liz: the texas -- >> i would say the texas rangers right. liz: you know, i'm dodger so, dodgers and indians. >> didn't you think that was a hockey team, the texas rangers? liz: no the new york rangers, dumb dumb. >> throwing that at you. you get me on grammar. i get you on sports. liz: not very often. we have breaking news. you may want to stick around on this. >> okay. liz: president trump meeting with farmers in the roosevelt room of the white house, signing what is called the agriculture and rural prosperity executive order, which is a tax force puts together a 180 day review, in essence look at regulations and policies and legislation that unnecessarily hinder the agriculture sector. so let's listen in as we see him sit down with sonny perdue, the new secretary of agriculture and farmers. >> we're doing well, very well. things are turning around. i know r turning around for you folks. i want to welcome you very much to the white house. a special place. america's farmers and ranchers. i especially want to congratulate secretary now, i ca
FOX Business
Dec 21, 2017 3:00pm EST
soldiers george young loves then. comanageses the bilory balanced fund. what is behind the nearry russell will do better now? >> we're attracted to great unloved stocks. what is important to the tax bill. two very important numbers people need to keep in mind, 35, 21. 35 was the tax rate for corporations. now it is 21%. very important. financial engines, founded by bill sharp, a nobel prize winner. this company helps 401(k) participants manage their money. they manage $130 billion for employees of ford, raytheon, people that need help managing funds. we think 14% increase in the earnings of this company. the trick a lot of people hasn't understood because companies don't give guidance how much impact this will have. yield 1%, growing 25% per year. liz: you like first wine bank and hawaiian semi. >> reason we own it, best managed bank in hawaii. a growing market, a defensive market. 3% yield and growing something like 18% per year. you got to love that. liz: we'll put all the names on our facebook.com/lizclaman page. great to see you. thank you so much. villere balanced fund. [clos
FOX Business
Aug 17, 2017 3:00pm EDT
, president george bush in the wake of 9/11. >> oh, of course. but this particular thing, first of all, i think charlie's explanations and remarks were right on point. but i think two things. right now at this point investors just have to understand, this isn't going to be over soon. this is a hundred years' war. factor it in now, your grandchild are going to inherit this. and it's not our fault. it's because the civilization of the middle east everywhere except israel has failed, period. if you've got a european vacation booked, go. statistics on are on your side. liz: all right. boy, all of -- we're joining into the conversation -- >> i'd rather go to disney world at point. liz: chief market strategist, oliver, as you look at the market reaction, what next week do you believe -- this gets quieter and quieter in august which means the swings -- >> the swings can be more pronounced because it's lower volume. look, rule number one in the asset management business is when you have an emotional reaction to an event, you step away and wait two, three days and let the dust settle a litt
FOX Business
Jun 28, 2017 3:00pm EDT
in the miami marlins that's run by george and his family. liz: oh, okay. so they all come together in one, great stockpile. >> and then they just say. and we should point out why is this important for our viewers? i mean, listen, baseball is a big business. it's a 1.1 takeover here. liz: fox carries the game. >> they're not just sports carriers, they're businessmen. what's interesting about the family is how connected they are to the south florida community. his father george, again, major player in cuban politics for many years. a refugee organization, the biggest one i believe the son now -- liz: by the way, came to the country with nothing. >> yeah. when he died in '87, the numbers were 100 million. his son has been quite the entrepreneur, he has a lot -- he has money in moss tech, which is the infrastructure firm but also private equity. here's where they are. i think you have to give moss credit. he's the guy at the lead. i think the other two, i think that the likelihood is that they become minority owners with their cash. and then moss runs it. i mean, that's where it's look
FOX Business
Nov 13, 2017 3:00pm EST
ben & jerry's ice cream founder. the fashion designer. george soros. and stephen rockefeller. they all got together and put this letter together as a group of wealthy individuals and they sent it to congress. they told the gop hey you are making a mistake don't cut our taxes particularly during the time when it's at an all-time high. here to weigh in isn't bert wealthy guy. he is the chairman of forbes media. let me guess you were are not on that letter list. people should not feel guilty about the fact that they have a resources because those re- forces are how they get hired standard of living. and what ronald reagan understood was when you lower tax rates on people who invest that helps the economy when you lower tax rates on people that consume it helps. instead of placing the class warfare. one of the people who signed the letter the former big executive of course american airlines wrote quite simply this is the dumbest thing in the world to give wealthy people a tax cut with such a huge deficit. you completely disagree with this. if you want to deal with washington and the fi
FOX Business
Apr 28, 2017 3:00pm EDT
more. >> president obama had, four times the amount of those strikes than george w. bush did. i think at end of the day when we look forward from our president is leadership and vision. the numbers don't lie. and there is a lot of things that he has done in first 100 days that demonstrated both of those. he has matched campaign rhetoric. turned that into executing on vision. that is what leaders are supposed to do. i'm very happy to support the president. ashley: i have to leave it there. >> too bad, because i disagree vehement with what eric said. ashley: let's see what he does in next 100 days? >> oh, my god, we have another 100? ashley: eric number one, eric number two, thank you for being here. jessica tarlov in studio. you were in pretty generous mood. we'll take it. look at markets as we head towards the closing bell in about 19 minutes. dow off 46 points, 47 points at this hour. >>> it has been speed bump after speed bump of controversy for uber bad by travis can lan nick. he is looking for a second to take the wheel after him. elizabeth warren agreeing? the surprising re
FOX Business
Mar 31, 2017 3:00pm EDT
president george w. bush. closing bell, we're 18 minutes away. look at the dow, it is trying to scratch towards the flat line for a moment. the s&p just turned positive. the nasdaq was already there, up 12. but right now the dow is don'tly down 16. it had been down more than 50. >>> the blame game between the white house and freedom caucus boiling over. chief of staff reince priebus caught in the middle. coming up charlie gasparino is running down right now to talk about what appears to be a growing feud with jobs on the line. charlie breaks it next. ♪ ades are now just $4.95. we cut the price of trades to give investors even more value. and at $4.95, you can trade with a clear advantage. fidelity, where smarter investors will always be. liz: breaking news. we just got this video in. what you're seeing the ranking democrat member on house intelligence committee, democrat from california arrived from the white house moments ago. he has been invited by white house lawyers to review classified documents that purportedly show the existence of wiretapping of the trump campaign during the e
FOX Business
Oct 30, 2017 3:00pm EDT
talk about george papadopoulos. she said just about an hour ago. we have no idea what he did. but whatever he six suggested about meeting with the president the president did not follow that track. they misled the fbi as it pertains to the meetings he have it with a professor who introduced him to someone that the present -- the professor said that they all have dirt on hillary clinton. connect the dots for us. i can't connect the dots at this point. all we know is that this is the second meeting in which dirt on hillary clinton was promised the other one was a very high level meeting in the trump tower. that we heard about earlier. we are clearly seen evidence of a collaboration but once again it may not had been illegal collaboration that is what has to be established. it may very will be. they make the situation a lot worse. i think the press secretary should just say no comment that is the way we handle this kind of thing in the bush administration. speaking of which the president did a whole tweet storm. saying why are they looking to hillary clinton. how cautious does he nee
FOX Business
Nov 2, 2017 3:00pm EDT
of president george h.w. bush, and just like william mcchesney martin, the longest serving chairman in federal reserve history, jay will bring extensive private sector experience and real world perspective to our government. as a result, he understands what it takes for our economy to grow, and just as importantly he understands what truly drives american success. the innovation, hard work and dreams of the american people. i also want to thank the current chair, fed chair, janet yellen, a wonderful woman who's done a terrific job. we have been working together for ten months and she is absolutely a spectacular person. janet, thank you very much. we appreciate it. for the past four years, she has served with dedication and devotion and we are grateful for her total commitment to public service. the federal reserve is one of the most important institutions in our government. it is respected all around the world, and is crucial to our economic prosperity. i am confident that with jay as a wise steward of the federal reserve, it will have the leadership it needs in the years to come. t
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