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FOX Business
Dec 23, 2014 3:00pm EST
their dow 18,000 holiday gifts. but will the cheer last into the new year? joining me now george young, and brian westbury. chief economist. thank you, both for being here. george, george, let me begin with you. can we keep this 18,000 -- we're holding it pretty well today. can we continue this rally into 2015? >> yes, we certainly can. one thing you have to remember, interest rates as everybody knows is at historic lows. that will fuel the market. we have small and mid-cap stocks. that hasn't done well. the larger cap is up 12%. next year, a lot of room for our stocks to grow. we remain optimistic. great values out there. ashley: brian, let me ask you. a number of reports out today. we've been talking a lot about housing. it's been stubbornly stuttering along. for want of a better expression. we know the gdp had us at 5% this last quarter which is quite phenomenal when you think about what is going on on the global level, what economic reports piqued your interest? >> clearly the gdp numbers in the middle of this year blew the doors off. we have data all over the place. one of t
FOX Business
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 3, 2014 3:00pm EDT
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FOX Business
Aug 8, 2014 3:00pm EDT
bang, literally. we learned that u.s. f-18 jets from the aircraft carrier george w. bush bombed artillery used by islamic militants in northern iraq. gave approval for limited strikes last night, but those strikes don't seem to rattle investors very long, they focused on ukraine. the news that mossays it ended military drills near its border with ukraine. that prompted investors to stop buying after yesterday's slump in the dow to lowest level since late april. as you can see, the dow up 140 point, the s&p up nearly 1%. the nasdaq up three quarters and the russell 2000 up 1%. today's rally boosting the dow 1% putting the blue chip average on track for biggest gain since may 21st. all ten s&p sectors are higher, the volume on this friday in august is light, running about 11% below average. the apparent easing of tensions in ukraine taking the heat out of the treasuries market. the ten-year yield around 2.41% after falling earlier today to 2.35%. that, by the way, the lowest level in more than a year, but coming back just a little bit. >>> today's u.s. air strikes in iraq mark a d
FOX Business
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
Jul 20, 2015 3:00pm EDT
funds. we speak exclusively with the former prime minister of greece, george papandreou. it is his first interview since the parliament in greece voted yes to those austerity measures. wait until you hear about how hard he's been for him to get his money out of the bank. nasdaq, s&p right now at fertile records. let's start the "countdown." ♪ ♪ liz: just need to tell you that the numbers to watch here for the s&p is 2130.82. that will be the record close. now, on your screen a public symbol of falling ties this morning as cuba's flag flies over its embassy in d.c. for the first time in 54 years. a thousand miles away cuba is preparing for its own flag-raising celebration for the u.s. embassy. fox news correspondent steve harrigan live in havana hearing all kinds of reaction there. you tell us what you're hearing and seeing, steve. >> reporter: liz, a very positive atmosphere around the embassy today on day one. it was shut down, of course, 1961 by dwight eisenhower, in the '70s reopened as an intersection and really today as a new u.s. embassy. we saw some cubans waiting in lin
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
Mar 5, 2014 3:00pm EST
. i want to let you know former secretary of state george shultz, secretary of state under president ronald reagan, benjamin netanyahu called him by rabbi because he said george shultz taught him the value of economic development so many years ago and that truly has been what made israel the start of the nation. that brings us to accompany the got inside israel long time ago. that blue sticker stamp on hundreds of millions of computers may as well be stamped on the state of israel as well because more than four decades ago israel and intel started a partnership when intel thought there are some pretty big brains inside this country so we went straight to the source, brian krzanich, to ask what the company saw so long ago in the state of israel. >> we had a few key employees that were israeli citizens doing some innovative work and as we were looking to expand they helped us see the opportunities in israel and should be innovative society, a great number of individuals, graduating each year, government opportunities, the whole ecosystem was there to support us. cheryl: how many do you
FOX Business
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
FOX Business
Sep 30, 2016 3:00pm EDT
president george w. bush. ellis henican a columnist for "newsday.." gentlemen it, started at 3:20 a.m. eastern time when donald trump started tweeting saying that hillary clinton had taken the bait from this former miss universe, alicia machado and they started arguing about it. hillary clinton weighed in. brad, he just tweeted in about the last 40 minutes, he is not dropping this at the moment, but i'm not sure it is something that he should hold on to. what do you think as a republican who is supporting the nominee here? >> well, liz, i have some advice for mr. trump. borrow hillary's hammer and destroy your cell phone. america needs a leader, not a tweeter. and when he sticks to the economy and sticks to the issue he does well. when he gets bogged down in these personal vendettas he does poorly and we don't have time. my advice, get back to the issues, stop the tweets. liz: ellis, hillary is trying to flip the script to woman and support from woman. she had a chunk of support from women voters. what is she doing getting involved in this bringing in a former miss universe? it is not
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
Jun 29, 2016 3:00pm EDT
george hw bush so this is not a democrat versus republican issue but when you see the difference between the number of manufacturing jobs then and now, it is rather stark. what are we to make of that? >> well, i think you have to look at it in a more holistic way, liz, and nafta has become an easy whipping boy for every job and manufacturing loss, but i was talking to a very good friend today that i've worked with in the automotive industry, and he was sharing with me the number of workers involved in producing cars today versus 20 years ago where selling we're selling more cars but doing it with more workers. and a large part of that is with innovation and automation. and there's no question when you open up for global competition, there are going to be industries that lose out because another company has got a more innovative or creative product. but i think it's unfair to escape goat trade for every job lost in manufacturing. and the flip side of that is the real winners of trade deals are consumers. because tariffs are nothing but a fancy word for taxes. and if you impulse ta
FOX Business
May 9, 2016 3:00pm EDT
-- polling on george w. bush with carrie and gore, pretty much matched up. and, by the way, those are when republican candidates are closer in the polling. i mean this guy has got a mountain to climb that seems really steep. listen, i've been wrong about everything about him. but my point is -- i don't want to say that. but if you're teeing off your base that you need 100% turn out, and you have high negatives with the other ones, it seems like it's an insurmountable -- liz: let's let john answer. >> first of all, these numbers in politics are almost never static. the election isn't for another five and a half -- >> you're right? >> he has an opportunity to close this gap. and the mechanics that the -- the physical forces of this election are unlike anything we've ever seen before. i'm not saying it will happen. i'm saying it could happen. >> yeah. >> and if something -- that dramatic was going to happen, it would happen in a cycle like this. so i agree with you. but it's an oversimplification to look at these numbers -- >> i agree. liz: john, do us a favor. are you going to be adding
FOX Business
Oct 17, 2016 3:00pm EDT
now polling according to fox news at george mcgovern levels in the polls. not that this election is over but this election will not be determined by watching donald trump exploit the fact that, encourage vladmir putin to destablize our democracy by stealing emails no one can authenticate. liz: ron, you've been at cruz campaign. you looked at polls. you have been part of rough-and-tumble efforts on many sides through politics. looking yet another data dump, we're not prepared at this very moment since literally happened seconds ago to give any of this information yet because again it also hasn't been validated but, how do you view these and specifically, some of the information that was released not by wikileaks but by the fbi showing that somebody at the state department tried very hard to promise people at fbi some better positioning if they just kind of shoved under the carpet some of the hillary clinton classified stuff that she tried to get, or others tried to get on her behalf unclassified? >> yeah. hillary clinton has very, very serious problems when it comes to public percept
FOX Business
Aug 26, 2016 3:00pm EDT
trump. and that is why you saw her do things like align herself with john mccain, george w. bush and even ted cruz by saying, you know, donald trump went after your father. ashley: right. >> so they clearly believe there is something to be gained by pursuing this strategy in this way, yes. >> just amazing, we're here in late august and hillary clinton is defending ted cruz's honor. >> right. ashley: which goes along perfectly with the nuttiness of this entire campaign. i'm been told we're out of time. busy news day but fascinating stuff. christie, rich lowery of "national review" thanks for being here. >>> let's get back to the markets. we have breaking news again on st. jude. we were told the stock is halted about the news of possibility of a hacking into their medical device cardiac device. that is not good. is adam shapiro available? reporter: yes. ashley: adam, what can you tell us? >> keep an eye. it will start trading a few seconds. this is from the chief technological officer. he said the allegations are absolutely untrue. st. jude medical which makes these devices we want
FOX Business
May 4, 2015 3:00pm EDT
to stranded victims. george joins me now in a fox business exclusive. so we wanted to ask you about this. we know that the faa and, of course, the developers of drones are at odds. but is this something that can be used for good around the world, what we're seeing in nepal? >> hi, cheryl. thanks for having me. great question. absolutely. they could be. we've seen drones used -- our unmanned systems used for multiple applications. i mean, they were originally thought of being used for military. we thought of them being expand into other areas. back in 2007, if people remember, there were raging fires burning across southern california, including where my workplace was. we were closed because of the fires. we saw unmanned systems being used for that application. as the fires were burning, our system, called the global hawk was actually flying high above san diego county at about 60,000 people and able to stay up there for up to 30 hours taking images that we could feed realtime to the firefighters on the ground. so the value of that was, the images that they were being provided, they
FOX Business
Aug 18, 2016 3:00pm EDT
stretch? governor george allen of virginia where hillary is way up, but will that stay that way? that is next on countdown. (announcer vo) or you can take a joyride. bye bye, errands, we sing out loud here. siriusxm. road happy. (announcer vo) you can sit in traffic. or you can crack up. (man on radio) but if it isn't refreshing... (announcer vo) sorry traffic, we laugh 'til it hurts. siriusxm. road happy. amazing sleep stays with you all day and all night. sleep number beds with sleepiq technology give you the knowledge to adjust for the best sleep ever. the time is now for the biggest sale of the year, where all beds are on sale! save 50% on the labor day limited edition bed. know better sleep. only at a sleep number store. won't replace the full value of your totaled new car. the guy says you picked the wrong insurance plan. no, i picked the wrong insurance company. with liberty mutual new car replacement™, you won't have to worry about replacing your car because you'll get the full value back including depreciation. and if you have more than one liberty mutual policy, you qualify f
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
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 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
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 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
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
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
Dec 7, 2016 3:00pm EST
under president george w. bush a big conservative chat. it is problematic the president has so much power you always wonder if there is some implicit threat to individuals of the goes beyond what i think a limited government should do. a sack -- a fox business network elusive. >> is nice to be with you. what is run with the a little arm twisting at the outcome is job saved, lower drug prices and new plants built here instead of the philippines. i think president-elect trump is exactly right. has a variety of ideas to do it including more limited regulation. if there is particular business decisions. been a ceo of a company and being president of the united states. it is not the central planner for the u.s. economy. what we do is reset the rolls we set the rules up and let individual business leads make this. they seem to want to interven it might be an interesting word here. if you leave and get a slap major tariffs on you. they did not leave indiana. he struck some deal there. it works both ways just yesterday during this hour we saw that he hugged him who was the chairman of south
FOX Business
May 29, 2015 3:00pm EDT
your house, liz, shy of the george washington bridge there, across the hudson on the left side. liz: there it is! >> you might have left your door open. liz: it's the first cluster of house, geraldo in there too! >> i saw him sun bathing about an hour ago. [ laughter ] >> you can't even begin to describe the views, i know that's my job. it isn't easy because it is so amazing, high above all of manhattan, brooklyn, you can see on the other side of the tower, of course the river to new jersey, down south, staten island, all the bridges, and it's just an amazing vantage point, and the ride up here, as we've been telling you about all day is amazing too, liz. liz: it looks incredible, and i remember being up there, it's almost a slightly strange feeling to be that high up. even the boats on the hudson are tiny little dots, right rick? >> and the other cool thing is the sightseeing helicopters and planes are flying below you, you are looking down. i was up here too, liz, when they were constructing this building, and there was no roof and no walls, it was netting on the sides and very er
FOX Business
Jul 10, 2014 3:00pm EDT
to play with that means our george perks, and jason rotman, advisers founder and ceo. george, what does argue because you did a really interesting analysis-- first quarter versus second quarter and you found that it's about the last hour to read what did you find exactly? >> but we found and thinks having me on, was in the first quarter we had strong warnings and sort of a ho-hum afternoon that led to a selloff into the close, on average the end of the day returns of the s&p 500 started to turn down sometimes around 1:30 p.m. in the afternoon. since the first-quarter ended and in the second quarter with seen a different pattern. there's a seven basis points spike starting around 3:00 p.m. to the close and it really stood out was on the chart that there was a lot of buying and pricing going on in that last hour of trading of the day. so, it's interesting indicator and we are not sure what causes it. one possibility is the smart money indicator you mentioned. it's possible this is money being put to work by patient and long-term thinking of bullish investors. cheryl: but, something e
FOX Business
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
Jan 6, 2017 3:00pm EST
afternoon. my name is george piero, the special agent in charge of the miami field office. as the sheriff mentioned the fbi is working closely with the broward sheriff's office, with ongoing efforts, jointly doing all the witness interviews as suspect interviews. we have information we're going through but i heard at this point, our role actively support the broward sheriff office until we make the determination on the nature and motive of this incident. thank you. >> we heard about a shooting at terminal 1. tell us about that? >> at this time there is no, has been no shooting at any place else but at the downstairs terminal 2. there is no confirmation of any shooting. as a matter of fact, as i speak only gunshots fired at anytime during this horrific incident have been downstairs in terminal 2. >> what happened in terminal 1? said they heard shots upstairs. >> somebody got injured evacuating. nothing to do with any type of gunshots or anything like that that. >> [inaudible] directly behind him inside -- >> we have no confirmation of that. we have law enforcement personnel, federa
FOX Business
Aug 31, 2015 3:00pm EDT
campaign. former deputy assistant to george w. bush republican strategist brad blake man is with us as well. first on your party's polling on iowa to see truch and carson tied but fiorina tied. anti-established what do you make of this trend that is emerging and stangdz out in this poll? >> they like people from the outside but they don't have a very good track record or picking who the nominee of the republican party going to to be. having said that doesn't surprise me that two out -- three outsiders are rising in polls in iowa. that creates opportunity for them. but the more serious candidates are really concentrating on new hampshire and south carolina and nevada and super tuesday states. so iowa is not the -- end all for any candidate in this race. >> go to richards so brad you're saying it is not going to be in your view or doesn't sound like you think it will be a nonestablishment candidate nominee you're gong back and step up. that's where you are on all of this? >> yeah, the experience. >> at the same time richard calling bernie sanders say he's up in the polls too. there seems
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May 9, 2017 3:00pm EDT
. brad is republican strategist, and former deputy assistant to president george w. bush. he is also in d.c. i can tell by the smiling face he hears me very well. mr. wolf is here in new york, 32 advisors. >> i may pull i can't hear you routine. connl: notitting right next to me. ubs america former chairman and ceo. brad, let me start with you. do you think the democrats are being up front they want to work together? at the end of the day because of republican control i'm not sure how much they matter but what is your take. >> don't get caught up in the semantics of repeal or replace. some parts of the republican reform keep mandates for obamacare. you can keep your kid on your policy until they're 26 years old. the ability to cap preexisting conditions and still get affordable health care. if they scrap the verbiage, come to the table in good faith, i think republicans especially in the senate will have a willing ear. look, in order for health care, generational change to take place in our country it should be bipartisan because it will affect every american. connell: right. is ther
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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
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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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Jul 5, 2016 3:00pm EDT
not remember much more than the fact that the republican appointed by george w. bush, fbi director, said that basically there is not enough there there. you know, again so i think if you're somebody who is on the fence, that is what you're waiting on. remember it is not just from the right she is facing these attacks but also from the left as well. a huge rationale for bernie sanders's continuing campaign, well past the point where it was going to be mathematically impossible for him to secure the nomination was based on the fact that something might have happened here. it didn't. so i think from this point on, she can breathe a pretty big sigh of relief. liz: they're playing the katy perry song, "roar." you have to figure since katy perry definitely supported hillary clinton she might be on the verge. adam, quickly, we watch the curtain, i see some fluttering here, what does donald trump do, he splices together a bunch of comments james comey made but some. polls want to move on, they don't care about that, they would rather see people do on the economy? >> at end of the day this
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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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Feb 19, 2016 3:00pm EST
california. we reported yesterday former solicitor general under president george w. bush ted olson will be representing apple in this case, and has been hired to do so. he will appear march 27th hearing, to compel will to work with the fbi. the senate intelligence committee's efforts to come up with new legislation that could force all devices, all companies that make any device that could be wiretapped, subject to a 1994 clinton era law that will let law-enforcement with a court order wiretaps devices, just a phone companies have to comply with the internet and broadband or wireless phones. cheryl: ted olson is a free-speech attorney. >> reporter: his wife passed away in the 9/11 attacks. cheryl: yesterday liz claman had go daddy's ceo to talk about identity protection in apple versus the fbi, sparked the online debate. here is what david post on facebook. because so many main -- the main extension's exist no matter how many domains you by someone can create a similar domain. the trump campaign rejected the jeb bush.com he tweeted not for nothing but anyone, any thing it shows don
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Jun 23, 2016 3:00pm EDT
this thing around. you know, george w. bush at this same time in 2000 was doing three fundraisers a day. he was working the phones. he had a national effort of not only himself, but surrogates going out. direct mail. you know, e-mail approaches. we're not seeing any of that from donald trump, and he needs cash in order to have an effective run against a very formidable candidate. and if he doesn't have the money, he ain't gonna win. liz: not sure he's going to get cash in scotland -- >> we shall see. liz: he's at least starting to figure this out. great to have both of you, julie, brad, so nice to have both of you. by the way, we're looking at a closing bell that is about 18 minutes away on this decision day in britain, and the u.s. markets are not shaking rally off at all. they're holding on, and they're running with it. the dow up 168, but the future of the international economy may with on the line. may be on the line. that's what one u.k. business titan with a footprint across all of europe says. he says it's time to head for the exits if his country's economy is going to thrive
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Jun 27, 2016 3:00pm EDT
even have a plan a. now, george osborne came out an hour before the open markets today, and he said, look, we're fine. we've prepared for the worst-case scenario, which in his opinion was the fact that the uk had left the eu. and he said that the bank of england too had done everything to make sure that the uk was prepared for this. so when david cameron, the british prime minister went before parliament today, he made that point very clear. that no matter what, the uk banks, capitalized and they are prepared for what they lay ahead. take a listen. >> the markets may not have been expecting the referendum results but as a chance set out this morning, the treasury, bank of england, and other financial authorities have spent the last few months putting in place robust contingency plans. as the governor of bank of england, stress tests show that uk institutions have enough capital and liquidity reserves to stand a ratio more severe than the country currently faces. >> not sure if that really calms the markets, but a mantra that we're hearing. and, liz, there's a lot of talk about a sec
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Sep 28, 2015 3:00pm EDT
reinforced what yellen said, what george said, we seemed like we were going in that direction. one of the doves, which is charles evans, came out and said, not so fast, guys, maybe we want to take another look at this which leads some to believe we won't get any kind of decision in october. liz: chris, you have a lot of people watching today, and all they see is 301 points off the dow. i would purport they should look at the nasdaq. the nasdaq by percentages is down nearly 3% at the moment, and you've got some ugliness in whether it's biotechs or high-tech, ex intel, the one little tiny gossamer thread of green on the screen. what do you think is the problem here? can we pin this all on china which got a bad data point, and we're expecting another one later this month, the pmi index. >> that's going to come wednesday and unemployment on friday, so those two numbers are weighing out there. and people are really hedging. they're not necessarily getting short, but they're putting their hedges on, and that's why you're seeing the type of volatility you have. you can't sell all your stocks. wh
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Mar 17, 2016 3:00pm EDT
georges dam as they do, but we buy hydroelectric power from canada. almost all electricity in quebec is hydroelectric. the shift is taking place, because these renewables are cheaper in some respects because of coal, because of all regulations against coal. in united states the coal producers say the regulations sped up the demise. liz: of course. it is sad. you have to provide them something or it will end up couldsing that much more for the nation. adam, thank you very much. while adam was talking, we dipped below the crucial number for the s&p. dow positive for 2016. not so at the moment with the s&p 500. we're watching it with the closing bell 27 1/2 minutes away. billionaire sheldon adelson, huge in the casino world. spent nearly $93 million on the presidential election back in 2012 but the vegas casino magnate has not backed a horse in the 2016 race. i got an exclusive interview with the chairman and ceo of the las vegas sands corporation. we'll tell you what he said about the vegas economy, hotel business, even race for white house after i emceed this event for friends of isra
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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
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Jul 8, 2015 3:00pm EDT
. i have to ask because you also served on the homeland security council under george w. bush. >> i was the chairman, yes. liz: i keep demoting you, joe. >> yes, that's okay. [laughter] liz: listen, you've got a lot of people here who are really wondering, do they, were they too quick to say that it wasn't something nefarious? especially considering there was that anonymous tweet that came out from that cyber-hacking group? it could be complete coincidence, but that anonymous tweet came out and, in essence, said watch out for tomorrow, could be tough on wall street. we can only hope. >> i have some personal experiences with anonymous bloggers, so i do think that the laws of our country have not kept up with the internet in that regard. i am hopeful that this is not a hacking situation. i think as a nation the two places where we we ought to be t careful are the energy grid and the financial system. something like the new york stock exchange or a dtc hack could be very, very disastrous to the financial markets worldwide. and i am hopeful that the firewalls that are in place wouldn't
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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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Jan 5, 2016 3:00pm EST
murphy, a democratic strategist and former special assistant to george w. bush and gop strategist ron christie joining me now. thank you very much for coming in. we were looking at the live pictures, steve. what's interesting about hillary is bernie sanders. bernie sanders wants to break up the banks. he came out with a statement, he wants to break up the banks, go after wall street. you look at 2008, hillary was at this point in time, eight years ago, hillary was strongly ahead of barack obama. she didn't make it. barack obama did. is sanders a true threat, do you think, to hillary right now? >> no, i don't think so, not in terms of the nominationa. first of all, barack obama was closing in on hillary clinton right now in the best polls taken in iscombashgs right now we're seeing hillary with a strong 10-point lead in iowa. then we got new hampshire after iowa. i think hillary is going to win in iowa and upset on bernie sanders part, i think hillary has the better organization and solid lead. bernie sanders could win in new hampshira, but after that, you go to states like south carol
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Feb 6, 2017 3:00pm EST
immigrants from seven mostly muslim countries out was judge james robart. put in by george bush, a republican, he, of course, was called a so-called judge, somewhat of a shocking tweet to some people when donald trump called him a so-called judge, a lot of name calling but does appear the entire executive order is questioned at having been rushed. where do you stand on it? did they rush to push out the executive order from the trump side? >> no doubt this was rushed. there's no doubt that the agencies have failed to have enough understanding. the airlines didn't know what to do. we have customs officials at airports around the world that are supposed to screen passengers as well as let passengers through. this is part of advanced screening. they didn't know what to do. so the calamity because of this rush job, resulted in the types of consequences that we've seen on tv. look, i worked on the refugee subcommittee of the u.s. senate for many years. barring the constitutionality of this ruling, the real problem is the president is trying to accomplish a goal that in the end his method
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Jun 12, 2014 3:00pm EDT
as we take you to a break, take a moment to congratulate former president george herbert walker bush. look at him go. he celebrated his 90th birthday today with a parachute jump in maine. he was harnessed to another parachutist, he did land safely with a huge smile for the crowd of onlookers. happy birthday and congratulations. ♪ ♪ if ...hey breathing's hard... know the feeling? copd includes emphysema and chronic bronchitis. spiriva is a once-daily inhaled copd maintenance treatment that helps open my obstructed airways for a full 24 hours. spiriva helps me breathe easier. spiriva handihaler tiotropium bromide inhalation powder does not replace fast-acting inhalers for sudden symptoms. tell your doctor if you have kidney problems, glaucoma, trouble urinating, or an enlarged prostate. these may worsen with spiriva. discuss all medicines you take, even eye drops. stop taking spiriva and seek immediate medical help if your breathing suddenly worsens, your throat or tongue swells, you get hives, vision changes or eye pain, or problems passing urine. other side effects include d
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Nov 11, 2016 3:00pm EST
was christie's close ties to two former aides and now convicts who shut down the george washington bridge for political payback that played any role in his decision. team fox business getting into place to report on the break developments but the markets are watching just as closely as we are on this friday. the nasdaq showing green on the screen since election day, first time we've seen that. on this 11th day of the 11th month, we observe veterans day honoring soldiers, sailors and marines for their sacrifice. >>> and does businesses and you as a manager sift through resumes to fill a job on any given day. navy veteran and super bowl hero phil mcconkey why we should all be hiring veterans? hard facts about the positivity of hiring veterans. >>> on wall street, the dow looking, doesn't have it for this session but looking for second straight all-time record, we've got our eye on oil too as it dips below $44 a barrel. to the end of a historic trading week, let's start the "countdown.". >>> the best week for the dow in five years? so much for any trump tantrum people might have expec
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Oct 7, 2014 3:00pm EDT
always a little bright spot here, a point of light as george herbert walker bush used to say. as the bells ring on wall street, let's look to see how stocks are finishing up. dow jones industrials very tough day, down 275 points. we'll know in a moment if that is is the low of the session but darn near close. that is a loss of nearly 1 and 2/3%. russell 2000, 1076. near full of-on correction territory. "after the bell" starts right now. david: we got a break down today's market action. charlie smith, is with us from fort pitt capital group. he says it is time to reposition your portfolio. would i say so. he will tell usha
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Feb 12, 2016 3:00pm EST
. within a few days, i went from knowing almost nothing to holy crow, i'm related to george washington. i didn't know that using ancestry would be so easy. liz: closing bell 23 minutes away and as you see we're holding onto these gains high of the session up about 309 for the dow, up 273 so a teeny bit of profit taking here but that nasdaq holding strong, look at the s&p up one and three-quarters percent. one name gaining this season is wynn resorts. up nearly 15% right now after beating earnings estimates. we should mention that revenue did fall but investors were very encouraged -- and this always happens with gaming stocks. you use the word mccow, that's, like -- i don't know. what did we call it? kitty what? catnip. it's like catnip to investors. when you say mccow looks good, people jump in. growth in mccow is improving in 2016 and end quote looks so the stock the stock jumping. from the up country to the low country, all but one of the republican presidential candidates is touring south carolina today making their pitch to voters in the final 14 days before they head to the polls
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