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FOX Business
Apr 26, 2016 3:00pm EDT
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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
Apr 25, 2016 3:00pm EDT
heard about th -- he said to george stephopoulos over the ekend on abc that he realllly almost grappled when georg askehim, would you vote for hillary over donald trump? he didn't say no. he didn't say no you knowhow much do, how much sway do the koch broers have at this point? >> i don't kno bui think it would be believably disastrous for somemebody to honestly thi that llary clintowith all of th challenges of corrupti that she faces, of all of t the inser deals, the fact at she's basically aa wholly-owd suidiary of the big corporate inrests s and wall street interests, to say that somow she would be terrific for america? this wld be an epic battlele. and ift's hillary and donald trump, i think donald trgets voters that bernieasas had, i think 's going to get a lot of traditional repuican voters. i thinin that race donald trump wipethe floor with hiary. i truldo. and i know a l of people think he can't beat hillary. actually, i think heost certainly can, because he' ing be able to challenge r in a way i don'tnow anyone el who will or can. liz: will he get your te, governor? >> well, ab
FOX Business
Apr 22, 2016 3:00pm EDT
prince george, that cute little baby, so cute. past his bedtime, i'm told. we'll get the menu later. >>> meanwhile, it was a historic meeting at the united nations today. the united states and 171 nations from around the globe signing the paris climate agreement here in new york city. the accord cuts emissions and keeping global warming to 2 degrees celsius. some estimates suggest the cost of the plan will be daunting. look at this on the screen. $12.1 trillion over 25 years. the tab to be picked up by taxpayers around the world. joining us, a man who ran a gigantic player in the energy sector and worked hard to get nrg into solar investments. former nrg ceo david crane, great to see you. you have seen the accord, you have not? >> yes, i was in paris. liz: would you sign it if it were in front of you and you ran a nation today? >> yes, actually, i would. it's part of -- it's an extraordinary consensus. 171 countries. i thought 195 signed on in paris. i don't know where the other 24 are. but to me it's a sign of a new global environmental morality, and so i would absolutely sign it,
FOX Business
Apr 13, 2016 3:00pm EDT
governor from california gray davis and republican senator and governor from virginia george allen. welcome to you both. governor davis, start with you. california is in somewhat of unlikely position, nominees were already decided but with 172 gop delegates 5, 46 for the dems, what does the country need to understand about the california primary this time around? >> well, generally as you say we're at the very end of the process, but tons more delegates in other states, i think the democrats are getting 310 or 330 in new york. we're at 540. if it does get down to california, people have to work hard for a vote here. hillary has a lot of good feelings in california. people supported the clinton name on many, many times in the valley including hillary clinton against president obama, then senator obama in 2008. i favor her in california, but she's going to have to earn it, work hard, and i would pick trump as the likely winner on the republican side. liz: to that end, donald trump is certainly ahead in california. governor allen, donald trump already won your state's primary, and thi
FOX Business
May 16, 2016 3:00pm EDT
from california, and virginia republican george allen about the very crucial international economic position donald trump stepped from when asked about it. important. coming up. 48 minutes before the closing bell rings. again, we just hit session highs. we're off it now, but the dow up 208 points. could this be the offer they finally can't refuse? check it out. shares of tribune publishing. parent company of the chicago tribune and the l.a. times surging after gannett raised its all cash buyout offer to $15 a share from 12.25. that's a decent jump here. tea pub tribune is not quite at 15 yet. gannett also moving higher by 3%. and did omaha just freeze over? warren buffett did something he swore he would never do and that's jump feet first into major investments of two high technology names. one of them -- an internet name nonetheless. this out of this world move being made by the world's greatest investor. straight ahead on countdown when a moment turns romantic why pause to take a pill? or stop to find a bathroom? cialis for daily use is approved to treat both erectile dysfunction
FOX Business
Feb 29, 2016 3:00pm EST
virginia hillary clinton will be speaking shortly at george mason university. why? well, because she is still lagging among younger voters who have been flocking to bernie sanders despite her big win this weekend in the south carolina primary. sanders still won the youth vote there, was one of the only demographics he did win, 54% to 46% according to fox news exit polls. and that has not stopped clinton from talking like a front runner simultaneously attacking her democratic rival and the republican front runner today. >> i do have a difference with my esteemed opponent who wants free college for everybody. first of all, that makes it really hard to control the costs. you've got to have some cost control in there because it's going up way too much. but i also will tell you i am not going to ask you to pay taxes to send donald trump's youngest kid free to college. >> reporter: so a twofer dig there for hillary clinton. you mentioned there are 600 odell gates up for grabs for the republicans, there are 865 up for grabs tomorrow for the democrats, about a third of the total needed to clip.
FOX Business
Oct 13, 2015 3:00pm EDT
who know these candidates personally. former republican governor and senator from virginia, george allen along with former democratic governor from new york david patterson, both join us live on what the debate winner tonight must say and do. >>> plus, a bizarre battle and dangerous game, fighting in syria. the russians backing the assad regime, the u.s. backing the syrian rebels who despise assad. captain chuck nash joins us, he'll take a stand on this one. >>> there may be a saw in the beer wars as a major deal could end the budweiser and miller light rivalry, will the taste in culture start to change? are you nervous? don't be. so little time, less than an hour to the closing bell. you are in the right place. let's start the "countdown." . liz: this is interesting right now. so for a second we were within 2 points of hitting the flatline. here's the question, are the bulls taking a breather or not in the breaking news is the dow has crossed the unchanged line 24 times today alone with indecisive traders and investors unsure which way to go. you can see the dow is looking to squa
FOX Business
Jan 14, 2016 3:00pm EST
, dana perino, co-host of "the five" on fox news and former white house press secretary under george w. bush. it certainly is an art -- [laughter] look, these candidates better answer with alacrity, but at the same time they need to add some torque and spin it back, and do you expect they will spin it to their competitors? and who is best positioned to do that? >> liz, thanks so much for having me on. i was really honored to get a chance to come down for this debate, and i am so impressed with what fox business has done. liz: thank you. >> the set-up is beautiful, the whole misdemeanor and the whole -- demeanor and the whole energy in the building is one of confidence and excitement because in my opinion, liz, this is actually the beginning of the campaign season. everything up to now has been preseason. tonight is the official kickoff. and so you have a smaller debate stage on both the earlier debate at 6 p.m., only three candidates, and then at the 9 p.m. debate, six candidates. that offers more time for these candidates to do, most important thing they have to do, liz, they have to
FOX Business
Mar 15, 2016 3:00pm EDT
congressman dennis kucinich and george lemieux on the ground in crucial primary states to tell us what they see when the votes come in. markets playing the waiting game ahead of tomorrow's federal reserve rate decision. dow jones industrials falling five points, the nasdaq suffering a bit more. less than an hour to the closing bell. let's start the "countdown." traders at this hour taking heed where julius ceasar failed, staying clear of danger, not taking bets on the ides of march, march 15. trading very light ahead of tomorrow's fed decision, it was light yesterday, too. all ten of the s&p sectors are downsa the markets anticipate no change in u.s. interest rates this time around. the s&p and the dow down 5 point, 7 points, watching it closely. the health care sector is looking sickly. pharmaceutical and biotech names like eli lilly and biogen. valeant getting slammed after they slashed quarterly forecasts. more on valeant in just a minute. >>> what is working today? big box retailers, walmart higher about a percent, wholesale, costco up about a percent as well. one eye on the market
FOX Business
Oct 19, 2015 3:00pm EDT
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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
Sep 15, 2015 3:00pm EDT
and ceo of crowd strike, his name is george, you have got to hear what he has to say, along with the former director of the cia, ambassador james woolsey. >>> donald trump set to make a major foreign policy speech tonight. how will he verbally attack china over this very issue with the cyberspies? it will resonate with undecided voters? we are all over the markets, all over the story of our nation's security and less than an hour to the closing bell. so let's start the "countdown." >> we begin with breaking news. yes, we have a major rally on our hands, but it is the addiction to the internet that is going to cause problems when it comes to being vulnerable to major cyberattacks from hackers that are sponsored by so-called nation states. call it what it is, china and to a lesser extent russia. nefarious characters zeroing in on the personal data of corporations and government employees all for the purpose of blackmail. remember when in 2013, the store chain target was hacked. we had an estimated breach of 40 million customers' credit and debit card information was exposed. earlier th
FOX Business
Aug 12, 2015 3:00pm EDT
george bush? >> she was pretty excited it be. never been to the oval office before and thrilled that her son and direct to senator that her son would work in the white house in the oval office. >> but hillary support at the moment. >> not ready for hillary but ready for bernie. >> ready for bernie. how many of those people hank are beginning to make a difference from bernie sanders? >> you haven't had the first primary yet. he has to sustain it until then. >> we shall see the brooklyn boy can do it. good to have you both. hank, ron, love it thank you so much. we're about 38 minute before the closing bell rungs. 6 p.m. eastern charles payne will be speaking to ben carson who was also seeing a little bit of growth in his polls lately. then at 7 p.m. lou dobbs sits down with donald trump. this is why you have to be on fox business just leave the dial my jim in new jersey has it on fox business. thank you 24 hour -- closing billion 37 minutes away don't you love when presidential candidates say i'll create jobs but then they don't say how they'll create jobs as a brand new job survey sho
FOX Business
Feb 24, 2016 3:00pm EST
to texas, george and north dakota, minnesota, nearly a dozen other states as white house hopefuls set their sights on the high-stakes supertuesday, blake berman has late breaking news on the campaign trail, for some endorsements and he is talking about a vice presidential candidate. >> donald trump said today at a speech, qualifications or qualities of what he would look for in a vice-presidential candidate and said someone who would be political, someone who would help him work the system and get lost through, donald trump is the outsider, he would want somebody with experience on the inside. so long for the days of campaigning county by county. we are on to supertuesday where candidates go state-by-state, 12 states all over the map, many are in the south, donald trump ventures with a bead on the delegates scoreboard, the momentum following three straight victories, trump will campaign in the upcoming days that he was at pat robertson's regent university in virginia where he held the town hall type session. he was still celebrating last night's win. >> we have a really extraordinary
FOX Business
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
Jan 11, 2016 3:00pm EST
clinton's campaign and the assistant to george w bush. brad, i don't want to put you in a strange position here but as a republican strategist, let me ask you about the strokes that donald trump's economic plan has here and then you have top economist including mark sandy who worked for republican john mccain who says this could be using trump's word disastrous for the economy. he has huge tariffs on chinese imports and basically sending back a massive number of immigrants who are here now. >> yeah. to create chaos when the markets are looking for a little certainty. the trump plan is going to turn our economy on its head. it -- look, he's great at identifying problems, but he's light on solutions. and one thing donald trump has to realize is at the end of the day people are going to vote selfishly. they're going to walk into that voting booth and say am i better off today than four years ago? and two is this the right person to take us to the place that we want america to be? and, again, i think that's where the rubber needs to meet the road with donald trump. he's great in the p
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
FOX Business
Mar 10, 2016 3:00pm EST
run those states, george allen and democratic governor from california grays gave this. great to have you both. president obama saying the gop right now is a crack that situation, the can't agree. they have a fax and pushing against another faction and an outraged is a big part of this because donald trump is shifting that discussion, spent a long time, important moment for republicans, free trade. who is to blame for all that is going on in the gop? >> one thing that will unite the republicans and many independents is their opposition to president obama's policies, most people do care about jobs and the economy and national security. i spoke with marco rubio because he has the best ideas to make the country more competitive and safe, but president obama's policies, look at his own democratic party's cabinets, they are against trade as well. trade for virginia is a net plus because of ports and we export a lot of coal and forestry and agriculture. liz: what about tariffs like donald trump wants to do? >> that would be harmful. there are people in virginia that were manufacturing areas
FOX Business
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
FOX Business
Feb 11, 2016 3:00pm EST
than it was before barack obama took office. we had before george w. bush, george h. w. bush, bill clinton did better, barack obama did better than george w. and i assume the next democratic president will do better than the next republican president but let me say this. i love being on with a reporter from the new york post, my favorite newspaper. i disagree with almost everything that you write but i love the new york post. liz: talk to any ceo, the times, the journal, we reach -- your columns have been tough on barack obama. let me shed this year to john kasich who had a nice showing in new hampshire by making the economy a real cornerstone and it has worked for him. will it continue to work for him or does what donald trump says which is what people feel is not a great job market, will not work better in south carolina. >> i would throw bernie sanders on to the republicans side of the ledger in the sense that he's criticizing the economy. he does not find real fruits from the obama economy. hillary clinton is the obama economy, one of her burdens. the idea that a democrat can p
FOX Business
Jul 29, 2016 3:00pm EDT
%. emily is a democratic strategist, blake is a republican strategist and former assistan to george w. bush. esm -- emily this is a slow recovery here. hillary clinton is trying to say, thank you, president obama, it's growing so slowly and how does she square with what americans are really seeing with the numbers? >> it was a positive vision for the country, she very seriously and precisely acknowledged pain that people are feeling, both because of job loss and wages are not growing. she talked about that squarely. her vision that she put forward during entire convention it was a positive one, it was a start contrast from the republican national convention the week before which was really about fearmongerring. she's not trump. she's actually about something to the country. liz: i get it. brad, donald trump was given in a kind of twisted way a really wonderful talking point with the gdp number yet he spent most of the day tweeting insults at hillary and rebutting anything that she said, why didn't he seize upon this number? >> our convention was about telling telling the truth. hillar
FOX Business
Mar 9, 2016 3:00pm EST
michigan. fox business was the first to bring you the news that neil bush, brother of a jeb and george w. has joined ted cruz's finance team. do we have a sibling scandal or rivalry on our hands? the primary no one is talking about but should be, the second-biggest primary behind florida isn't winner-take-all like the sunshine state or ohio, blake merriman live in the ignore at your peril state. when it comes to the battle for democratic delegates, the race is tighter than it looks. we break down whether it is a real possibility or a pipe dream that bernie sanders could overtake hillary clinton for the nomination. chilling images from iran testing missiles with running messages against israel written directly on the missile. are these tests just a violation of the new nuclear deal with iran? you may be surprised by the end to attack the seventh anniversary to the u.s. bull market with the major indices down for the year, might not feel like a full environmental but do the bulls have further to run? the clock is ticking, the final hour of trading, anything can happen. let's start the coun
FOX Business
Aug 7, 2015 3:00pm EDT
strategist mercedes schlapp, a spokesperson for president george w. bush. you guys both just heard the two sound bites, one from scott walker and one from jeb bush, they got into a little detail about it. let's take on what marco rubio said, as we all know, small business is the backbone of job creation in the nation, here's marco rubio. >> we need to even out the tax code for small businesses to lower their tax rate to 25% just as we need to lower it for all businesses. we need a regulatory budget in america that limits the amount of regulations on the economy. repeal and replace obamacare and improve higher education so people can have access to the skills they need for 21st century jobs, and last but not least, we need to repeal dodd frank, it is eviscerating small businesses. 40% of the small business have been wiped out since dodd-frank has passe fair for all businesses. liz: marco rubio just got more time with us. richard goodstein, as a democrat, that's a solid answer, a few problematic issues. number one, you can alter dodd-frank to make sure that perhaps smaller banks are eliminat
FOX Business
Jul 28, 2016 3:00pm EDT
removal of vie comb ceo, phillipe dauman and george abram from a trust that controls viacom or cbs corp. redstone dies or deemed incapacitated. if that happens, phillipe dauman says you want i want to be on the board. the judge said, that can go forward. the judge dismissed request for immediate medical examination of sumner rhett stone. it will be heard in massachusetts, not california like the redstone team was hoping for. we'll bring you details on the gigantic media giant. cbs, earnings out after the bell. we'll get numbers to you the is being they come out. to money and the election. the money has been pouring in for the hillary clinton campaign throughout the democratic national convention but it turns out some of her top donors are mia in philadelphia, not showing up. the most notable absentees, are the big bankers who clearly favored hillary clinton over donald trump, since the beginning of the election. should clinton be worried bank representatives have not shown up in droves to the convention? charlie gasparino at fox headquarters in dnc convention. maybe they couldn't g
FOX Business
Apr 20, 2016 3:00pm EDT
george lemieux why the republican race is still far from over no matter what anybody says. on wall street, markets holding dow 18,000, pretty nicely up 166 points, above 18,000 here. weil s&p punches through 2100 ceiling. are we on the verge of setting new all-time highs? we're less than an hour from the closing bell. let's start the countdown. ♪ breaking news we just got a new high for the dow and we need to see it up more than 114 points. right now we're up 109 at 18,162. look any close above 18,312 will put the dow in all-time high record territory. we're currently less than 1% below the level. you have to stay with me and watch. finally maybe good news for yahoo!? the internet company entering stage two of the sale of its core business, also up today after beating first-quarter earnings estimates. eps came in at eight cents per share, compared to the 7-cent estimate. we're looking at shares moving higher by nearly 5% but at the moment anywhere from 4 to $8 billion are what the bids are coming in for yahoo!. so we'll see. it is a pretty wide swath. >>> one company leaving bitt
FOX Business
May 12, 2016 3:00pm EDT
greece, george papandreou, and with all the things happening, not necessarily molotov cocktails with the underfunded budgets and pensions, is illinois the next greece? and here's what george papandreou, the former prime minister of greece said. >> it's a european problem, it's a u.s. problem. that's one we have to tackle. can illinois do it alone? no. but bringing in transparency, bringing in better governance. bringing in best practices of how you deal with this. liz: you were to warn illinois off from making a mistake that greece made, what would that be? what warning would you give illinois? >> i would say that the first is to try to bring in -- make sure your own citizens, the citizens of illinois participate in the decision-making and understand what the problems are. they should be part of the solution and not -- don't do things against them. may be difficult decisions, very difficult decisions have to be made. whatever the decisions are to be made, try to bring them in. liz: by the way, i also asked him about the huge flood of syrian immigrants coming through the greek islands, he
FOX Business
Oct 6, 2015 3:00pm EDT
former deputy assistant to george w. bush brad blakeman. brad, are voters starting to consider that the calm demeanor, the cooler demeanor that ben carson is putting forth is more attractive at this point, not forever, we don't know, but more attractive than what donald trump offered so far? >> sure, i think the american people, and especially the republican voters have seen donald trump's act before, and they've seen it many times, now it's getting a little old. what comes up must go down, we're seeing that in the polls, with the rise of dr. carson, be careful what you wish for, as the front-runner, you become the target of everybody else. in addition, you have to build the infrastructure necessary in order to build a campaign that is able to get out the vote and popularize you're voting, which then determined whether you win or lose at the polls. long way away. he needs to concentrate now not only on raising money but infrastructure. liz: exactly. so there are a lot of big questions, when you say infrastructure, david, what brad means is he's got to put a system in place for his c
FOX Business
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
FOX Business
Nov 3, 2015 3:00pm EST
huge. liz: george bush started spending and barack obama took that baton, correct, donald marron? >> it was multiple factors. peak forecast that showed the surpluses were at the peak of the bubble. when the economy turned down that brought back deficits by itself and made bigger by tax cuts and spending. liz: you can't control the headlines, you never know. great to have you all. this has been a great team. i want you all back, pete hoekstra, don marron, thank you so much. peter schiff, a pleasure to have all of you. please, make sure, you all agree fox business is going to kill it, right? >> the bar is pretty low at this point. [ laughter ] >> that is true! our bar is very high, yours should be, too. set your clocks or calendars, tivos, dvr's for november 10th, the next republican presidential debate it will be on fox business, trish, sandra, maria, neil. >> and you should have been there. liz: we will, team "countdown" is going to do the two hours leading up to the closing bell and then lou and neil, maria, we're all going to be there, everyone here has unbelievable experience,
FOX Business
Oct 22, 2015 3:00pm EDT
kinds of things occur, there are 13 incidences during the george w. bush administration. 60 employees and members of those embassies and consulates were killed during that period of time, and we continue to this day to have incidents all around the world. the united states is a target by terrorists. so we continue to upgrade. new marine corps details dispatched to various embassies around the world and we continue to be beefed up. liz: thank you, both, i know you have to rush to votes that may be happening soon in the house. i want to thank representative zeldin and representative garamendi. as it continues, we will continue to monitor what is going on at the benghazi select committee hearings. the closing bell is about 40 minutes away. what a market we're seeing at the very moment. we have the markets ignoring what is on the other side of the screen there, with the dow up 302 points, you can point to a couple things, i mentioned mcdonald's but the european central bank in essence said we're in it to win it until september of 2016. that's right. all kinds of stimulus and quantitative
FOX Business
May 23, 2016 3:00pm EDT
esther george rather and loretta messter of cleveland. >> that's correct. >> liz: we'll be watching. you could argue that is what kept a cap on markets. our thanks to chris bert tell son. >> thank you. liz: we're a month, couple weeks away from the fed meeting and we're losing all the gains at the moment. markets close the day lower on light volume. the closing bell rings] connell and melissa pick it up after the bell. >> stocks ending the day in the red. kind of a weird ending to the day as we turn negative in the final moments of trading. i'm connell mcshane in today for david asman. melissa: immelissa francis this is "after the bell." we'll take you to markets in just a second. tell what you we have going on this hour. investigators are scouring flight data from egyptair 804 for clues what caused plane to spiral and plummet into the mediterranean sea. the focus now? four crucial minutes that could hold all of the answers. >>> neck-and-neck. hillary clinton's double-digit lead over donald trump has fizzled. we'll look how both campaigns are now fighting for every edge in the gener
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Jan 21, 2016 3:00pm EST
billionaire george is saying here in davos that the european union is on the verge of quote collapse. you need to log on to see what tony blair thought about that and you can check out all the other exclusive interviews we've done here in davos like japping chase chair, ceo and others. you must connect with us on social media. you can check out our facebook page. facebook.com/lizclaman on fire with everything that is happening here at the world economic forum in switzerland. you can see all the pictures i've been posting. i should post some of the food i've eaten and of course some of my experiences going up and down the gondola, we've got pics and video. closing bell we're 36 minutes away. dow jones industrial up 132 points a time to get a breather here considering the markets have been decimal lately. so the dow is having a good day. take a look at the leaders here. topped by verizon, home depot, nike, ge, chevron, walmart, you can see the rest. but guess what? jumping on early planes because winter weather is creating a mess in parts of the midwest and the mid-atlantic overnight.
FOX Business
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
FOX Business
Feb 8, 2016 3:00pm EST
assistant to george bush matt. schlapp and chris hahn. we talked about rubio, i don't want to spend too much time on one bad night, but that did look bizarre, and immediately chris christie pounced on that. >> yeah, that's right. we all saw the famous speech where marco rubio grabbed for a bottle of water, i kind of wondered if he was going to grab for a first aid kit. chris christie was just pummeling him, and he was bleeding, and it was a terrible night for him. i think it's no question it slowed his momentum, but i agree with you, i don't think one night will determine who our nominee is. liz: if that were the case, the guy who's really making a play for number two, john kasich, would have been out a while ago. he joined us on the show friday, he was coming up on his 100th town hall meeting in new hampshire. he's poured everything in, and it looks like it's actually working. but does that have legs? does it have a long tail? >> well, i think he's going to do okay in new hampshire. whether he does well on the march 1st primaries or in south carolina is a whole other kettle of fish
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
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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Mar 30, 2016 3:00pm EDT
strategist, ron christie republican strategist and former special assistant to former president george w. bush. i know you have shaking your head here, julie. what is trump thinking here? apparently taped interview with chris matthews for something that will air later on. he made the statement saying, yeah, i believe women should be punished if abortions were illegal and went ahead and did them. >> i don't know he is thinking anything. he has no filter. whatever comes into his head he says. there are a lot of people who probably agree with i am in republican primaries, you're committing a criminal act and a lot of republicans think you're taking a life and you should be punished for make taking a live. i don't think donald trump hasn't. ashley: does this help him in wisconsin. >> what i find fascinating it will hurt film general election he said thus far, men who facilitate illegal abortion under the scenario would not be punished. of course it many about as whole argument democrats effective make on war on women, a man helping woman to commit allegedly crime would have no penalty under
FOX Business
Jul 27, 2016 3:00pm EDT
revealed that only one voting member kansas city fed president esther george was in favor of being a so-called hawk and hiking rates. the other nine said forget it, back off for now even though the labor market has strength end, business investment is still soft. when you ask might the fed hike future rates a 50% chance the fed will raise rates in december but it doesn't look like it any time before the election. now, as you can see when the decision came out, the s&p was down five points right before that was announced, you can see it has punched up to the upside. now in the green up just a quarter of a point. but it's still a significant move. the dow, which was down four points just as the announcement was made, now up 34 points. and the tech-heavy nasdaq up 16 at the moment. now up 32 in the wake of the no move on interest rate hikes. look, i hope you listened to us yesterday on oil because look at this. we warned you the glut is still bloating. oil dropping below $42 today, settled at 41.92. right now it's at 42.11, so just slightly above that after the government reported a sur
FOX Business
Feb 17, 2016 3:00pm EST
around there. i'm joined by brad blakeman, former deputy strategist to george bush, and the cease-and-desist letter which has a lot to do with the fact that donald trump got booed or was yelling about ted cruz. what does this say to you? has this ever happened in a presidential election before and does it hurt the republicans? >> no, never happened to my knowledge, but this is a prop. this san attempt to get earned media and worked very well. ted cruz advanced this letter by holding a press conference and showing it and talking about it, and he talked more about the cease a-and-desist order and the threats by donald trump. trump is a phenomenon, defies political gravity and gets away with it time and time again, my feeling is we haven't heard the last of donald trump before saturday's primary. liz: jessica, no cease-fire between ted cruz and donald trump nor trump and the rnc nor is there cease-fire between hillary and bernie sanders. bernie sanders is now in the latest polls almost in a statistical dead heat. we can show some of the polls. this has now taken on a life of its own
FOX Business
Oct 12, 2015 3:00pm EDT
special assistant to president george w. bush and craig baroga, democratic strategist. even though we hit the debt ceiling a full year before the presidential election, could this be a seminal issue? you want to be a candidate telling grandma she can't get her social security check or a vet he won't get his benefit payments? how big a deal is this for the candidates? >> well, let's recall a little history. we had a government shutdown for 15 days in 2013. now admittedly, we were heading into a midterm election. at the end of the day, the republicans picked up 247 seats, the largest majority that party has had since hoover was president of the united states and also picked up control of the senate. without a government shutdown if it's just a debt ceiling situation which you have described the importance of it, it's not the thing that the average voter gets motivated by. it's not the thing that the average voter pays much attention to. and we've had government shutdowns before, as i think you've alluded to. liz: of course. >> we've raised them, certainly, but we've had 'em during ford, dur
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
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Mar 1, 2016 3:00pm EST
special assistant to george w. bush, ron kristy, big implications for everybody, even to try to slice and dice is ridiculous but let's start with texas, ted cruz versus donald trump, ron kristy called this remarkable. give eyes while guess. >> ted cruz ecb and out but it will be close. the most recent polling data shows ted cruz is up 35%, donald trump right on his heels. if ted cruz can't win his own state tonight, his viability as a candidate starts looking week. the question is can he show it true strength in texas? liz: the fact that it is close is stunning. and putting feet to the fire, you had none other than house speaker paul ryan coming out and saying about donald trump if a person wants to beat the republican nominee, there can be, quote, know these thomas aiken must reject bigotry, that is a nod to the ku klux klan controversy but donald trump is still close enough in texas, it is not sticking to him. >> it is miraculous, you have the entire -- got to feel bad for people like the speaker and mitch mcconnell because they have to run somebody loads not by democrats and
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Jan 29, 2016 3:00pm EST
out strategist, brad is the gop strategist and former deputy assistant to george w bush. good to see you. is this a correct assessment that bernie would be hurt more by a snow storm? >> first of all, i think you should take note of the fact it's good luck for the markets. liz: noted. absolutely. >> i think -- you know, all the indications are there hasn't been the spike in people registering that we saw before '08 and obama bringing all these people into the process. we've not seen that. i think the feeling is that higher turnout, that's what sanders himself said when he was -- after he left the white house the other day said in an interview that's what they're banking on and lower turnout -- yes, i think the clinton campaign is having a pretty discipline effort. what they didn't have frankly in 2008. liz: uh-huh. >> they have not made that mistake twice. they're getting their people out. bernie planning on getting people from all over the place, some saying across the border. and i think a snow storm, yeah, in theory would hurt his prospects. liz: brad to hillary we had breaking new
FOX Business
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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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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Jul 27, 2015 3:00pm EDT
assistant to george w. bush and joe trippi, he's a democratic strategy and a fox news contributor. they're both smiling but it's really quite serious. you have to begin with you, ron, from the republican side right now. are all these personal attacks distracting from the real issues that americans should be caring about? >> no question about it, if you look at fact we have so many people in this country underemployed, looking for a job. the high threat of terrorism is as high now since 9/11. we're talking about donald trump. this is a sideshow. makes the gop look bad. you have one republican candidate trying to outdo the other to invoke trump's name and get in the newspaper. no. if they want to run and win, talk about the issues and not donald trump. liz: and suddenly mike huckabee jumps in and now we're all talking about mike huckabee. but joe, in what world should pursuing a diplomatic strategy, at least an effort, whether misguided, according to people, be equated with a nazi leader, gassing six million jews? that suddenly becomes very, very much a hot button discussion. >> no, there's
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Feb 9, 2016 3:00pm EST
special assistant to president george w. bush ron christie. great to have you both. all right, mr. good stein, if hillary does manage to win, that could be something considering bernie sanders is a local hero, a hometown guy, if hillary is able to do it, what's the likelihood of hillary being able to pull it out in new hampshire. >> there was a cnn poll yesterday that had her down 26, bernie up by 30 points as this race is heavily polled a month or two ago. the reason she didn't give anybody a straight answer to the question is it is perfectly obvious that bernie sanders is going to win. the question is what the media does does, he win by 20 or does he win by the low teens or maybe the single digits? if it's the latter, she's a comeback kid, right? bill clinton, for all the fanfare about new hampshire, he lost to paul tsongas in 1992 by 8 or 9 points and he was a comeback kid. lori: that was brilliant on his part. and she won in 2008 against barack obama. sorry to interrupt you. we'll see what happens there. bernie as you said has to win by a wide margin to propel momentum in south caro
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Mar 31, 2016 3:00pm EDT
look at people like george pataki, he governed kind of from the center. he was center-right, but he governed from the center. and trump's views come off as too extreme to most new yorkers. that might not necessarily hurt him in a republican primary where people in this state feel they know him, but it will definitely hurt him in a general election. new york state's got a little more democrats than republicans, but there's a lot more independents than republicans. liz: that's true, mercedes. >> new york is a red state. it would be very difficult for donald trump to -- liz: new york city's blue, you're saying -- >> i'm sorry. new york is a blue state. it's very difficult for -- >> yes. >> -- for republicans to win. liz: it's great to have both of you. this is, of course, a developing story. mercedes, chris, always we thank you so much. >> thank you. >> thanks a lot. liz: be sure to tune in to lou dobbs tonight. why? because lou will have the first look at fox business' first-ever presidential election polls. wisconsin preference results tonight at 7 p.m. eastern. i can't stress this e
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