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FOX Business
Nov 23, 2016 3:00pm EST
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FOX Business
Dec 16, 2014 3:00pm EST
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FOX Business
Mar 17, 2015 3:00pm EDT
george pickett swindled out of his inheritance of civil of war artifacts. where are they now? >> he leads the most famous charge in american history. >> i am standing right on the site of pickett's charge. >> you're crossing hundreds of men, but it made him immortal. >> he leaves his descendants with a suitcase full of heirlooms. >> do you want to take a lot? >> i really would. >> then a fast-talking conman comes to town. >> he dressed well, he was glib of tongue -- >> forcing the general's heir into battle over his "strange inheritance". >> what was your reaction? >> i was pissed. it began to dawn on me that i had been really, truly ripped off. liz: what happened here? "strange inheritance" airs monday through thursday, 9 p.m. eastern on the fox business network. true hi fascinating story -- truly fascinating story, you've got to watch it. >>> it is, of course, st. patrick's day. before you head out the door to celebrate, just take a moment and listen to because we are about to unveil bag pipes and all, the best buys for your portfolio. joining me now with our lucky money clover is
FOX Business
Nov 18, 2014 3:00pm EST
leading to the george washington bridge from one community completely in new jersey governor chris crusty's -- chris christie's rearview mirror? charlie gasparino with exclusive new details about christie's aspirations and whether bridgegate is still a cloud over his head. yo, bro, you on woo-woo? are you kidding me? everybody's on woo-woo! [elevator bell rings] woo-woo? lock and load, people! we're going all in on woo-woo! ok? mark! comp us up a profile page! copy! susie! write us some posts! ready! grace! upload some videos! uploading! i want sponsored woos. i want targeted woos. we want to be all up in your woo-woo feeds! gordon! register our woo-woo handle! janice?! we need an ethnically ambiguous woo-woo mascot. we're cashing in the q4 budget, people, and we're buyin' some followers! hahaha! yeah! [applause] woo! woo! woo! woo! woo! woo! woo! woo! woo! woo! woo! woo! woo! woo! woo! woo! o! yeah! [laughing] dude. are you still on woo-woo? naaaahh, man, my mom's on woo-woo. ♪ for that moment, where right place meets right time. and when i find it- i go for it. (announcer) at s
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
Dec 19, 2016 3:00pm EST
george h.w. bush's council of economic advisers and many times mentioned as chairman of the fed as well, before we ask about speculation, your future, i know you've been asked that so many times, what do you think of what you heard about mr. trump's plan about the economy, in terms of taxes and spending put together so far? >> well, sounds very good. there's a tax reform which we needed for a while, regulatory reform which we needed for a while. i would like to think that there would be some budget reform and monetary reform. those go together. it looks good. there seems to be consensus that something like this has to be done from the congress as well. so it's quite a change, actually and i can see that when i testify or talk to people in the markets. connell: any kind of disconnect between cutting taxes so much and also talking about spending on infrastructure at the same time? >> no. in fact, the tax -- it's a tax reform. tax reform basically is to provide incentives to firms to start off hires, slowing marginal rates and base, if you have good appointments coming in, a lot of experie
FOX Business
Mar 31, 2017 3:00pm EDT
president george w. bush. closing bell, we're 18 minutes away. look at the dow, it is trying to scratch towards the flat line for a moment. the s&p just turned positive. the nasdaq was already there, up 12. but right now the dow is don'tly down 16. it had been down more than 50. >>> the blame game between the white house and freedom caucus boiling over. chief of staff reince priebus caught in the middle. coming up charlie gasparino is running down right now to talk about what appears to be a growing feud with jobs on the line. charlie breaks it next. ♪ ades are now just $4.95. we cut the price of trades to give investors even more value. and at $4.95, you can trade with a clear advantage. fidelity, where smarter investors will always be. liz: breaking news. we just got this video in. what you're seeing the ranking democrat member on house intelligence committee, democrat from california arrived from the white house moments ago. he has been invited by white house lawyers to review classified documents that purportedly show the existence of wiretapping of the trump campaign during the e
FOX Business
Apr 26, 2017 3:00pm EDT
have that they will do that. when george w. bush cut taxes they head over ten years. they did not spend it. instead of spending money on goods. they want to spend money on spewed -- food. and it's having a is having a great time with friends and family. if so, because again it is sort of like asking that. >> i think it is a little too early to tell but everything is shaping up great. with spending in the park. and we have other opportunities on our international growth strategies you have parks in both mexico and canada if the president were to really do something about nafta without hurt you in some shape or form. we love our two parks. ballparks are doing extremely well. we really don't see any of that. does that not apply to you guys. we are just starting this new strategy. we bring all of that cash back to the u.s. today. and we will do that in the future. the most popular roller coaster. which one is it and where. i love every single one of those. >> i'm asking you to pick one. right in our own backyard. great adventures. i have to go. does it ve a lipsis what does a. you tal
FOX Business
Aug 17, 2015 3:00pm EDT
see next august? the assistant to george w. bush and his assistants also a democratic strategist ian fox news contributor. brad, it is funny that donald trump was the least likable and did did the worst in the debate but the number one candidate. how did those go together? >> 2015 is shaping up to be the year of the outsider but what about 2016 when the rubber meets the road? in america you have to be selected it to the public before the people so he may be petering out as we move closer. melissa: everybody said that he will go down but he keeps defying political gravity. ben carson moves into second place and significantly. did he seem like somebody who could hang onto that especially, he is not a career politician but he is quiet and thoughtful and has the opposite style. >> he is completely right to what is going on is the outsiders with ben carson absolutely and carly fiorina is one that benefited. the ceo coming from the outside. i think our said, it is hard to decide which will have staying power but here is the dynamic. the people who love donald trump love him and it could be
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
Jul 16, 2015 3:00pm EDT
silicon valley. thank you so much for joining us. george, i will start with you. you've been doing this for quite some time, you wrote this book, hacking exposed. best-selling security book ever. you know no what you talk. what would your company have done with the "darkode" site? >> that is one of the very many dark web operations really allow operators to create malware, distribute malware, steal passwords, sell credit card information. basically deliver destruction to corporations around the globe. what we really focus on the ability to prevent those sort of attacks. most prevalent malware, sophisticated cyber attacks not just being picked up by traditional technologies. that is where cloud strike comes in. liz: the word sophisticated, these guys are all sophisticated but they tend to have the great ability to morph, into as soon as they're busted something pops up. hydra is not, i think description because they really do change their genetics and dan very quickly. so how is it that your flagship software has to the a name, correct? talk about what it does. >> falcon host is really a
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
Aug 27, 2015 3:00pm EDT
george's view which we think the u.s. economy is in strong enough shape and well above crisis levels to raise rates in september. we would feel better -- even the markets would feel better if they would move forward and raise 25 basis points, get them off zero and give them the ability to back down if things do get to a crisis level again, which we don't think so, by the way. but we think the fed really needs to raise rates. it would send a strong signal of strength to u.s. investors that they're trying to buy this volatility despite china. >> well, we got better than expected numbers from the gdp revision for second quarter, folks. gdp is growing at 3.7%. not what had been looked at earlier. i mean that's a good move here. the expectation was about 3.3%. the previous print was 2.3 -- we got 3.7% and lower than expected first time jobless claims. that is a number you want to see low. so do you look forward to the time where we can move from these emergency low rates, dan? >> we do. we think there's a number of varies in the economy that are really being hurt by 0% interest rates. fin
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
Feb 18, 2015 3:00pm EST
. stocks. that may be changing. already two legendary investors george soros and david tepper disclosed in the latest f-filings, they are giving up on u.s. stocks and rotating out of them into europe and asia. in the spirit of ash wednesday, we've decided to ask our next two guests what they're giving up for the so-called financial lent. joining me federated investors chief investment officer straight from church, and jeff sika, steve, at any given point, lent or not, people should be wiping up portfolios to make sure it's appropriate allocation at appropriate time. what's appropriate right now? >> long-term, we're still bullish as you know, liz, we just hit 2100, which was our target we set for the end of last year. if you want to talk about lent and sacrifices, in here, we probably be giving up on the cyclicals, industrials, especially on the energy stocks, a real nice run, and we think the market could be in for a pullback the next several months as we think interest rates are going lower. liz: hasn't that already begun with energy? >> i'm sorry. liz: hasn't that begun with energy? >
FOX Business
Jan 20, 2016 3:00pm EST
fitzgerald chairman howard lutnick and russia getting crushed by the drop in oil and so is george logothetis, he's a shipping magnate. china's slowdown for his company is at armageddon levels. so what do we have now? the dow down 357 points at the moment. take a look at dow 30. the index cut declines, there is a lot of red on the screen. we can look as we see. the s&p down 35. it was down 56 at one point. you have all of these names. we have green on the screen at this very second. united health group, nike, pfizer, looking slightly better, but overall we're on our worst january track in history for the s&p 500, as well as the nasdaq which is currently in correction territory. take a look at the vix, the so-called volatility or fear index spiking above 32 for the first time since september 1st. when we see what's happening with the volatility index, it is -- let's call it slight hysteria here. we're at 28.69 for it. look at ten-year yield, levels not seen since october as investors seek the safety of government bonds. not a surprise people go into treasuries and say i want to be a
FOX Business
Aug 24, 2016 3:00pm EDT
in jackson hole, wyoming. peter barnes has an interview with mr. george tomorrow on "mornings with maria" at 7:30 a.m. eastern. if anything is going to move the market, it is mr. george. the dow was down 59 points. better buckle up. that inactive satellite radio of yours is ready to roll. because the siriusxm free listening event is on right now! just hit the sat button in your car and listen free thru sept 6. that's right, two glorious weeks of commercial-free music, plus talk, sports, comedy, news, and more. your ride has never, ever, rocked like this. oh yeah, siriusxm is on for free right now. so tune in and let's ride! . . liz: breaking news. fran ticks efforts continue at this hour to rescue victims in the deadly earthquake rocking italy today. the death toll, unbelievable, at first it was 17 and then 38. it has now risen to 120 after this devastating 6.2-magnitude earthquake took place in central italy. at these cities you can see on the map we showed you. it left the town and around it ruined. look at the horrific images on the screen. this is 65-year-old man rescued from b
FOX Business
Jul 29, 2016 3:00pm EDT
%. emily is a democratic strategist, blake is a republican strategist and former assistan to george w. bush. esm -- emily this is a slow recovery here. hillary clinton is trying to say, thank you, president obama, it's growing so slowly and how does she square with what americans are really seeing with the numbers? >> it was a positive vision for the country, she very seriously and precisely acknowledged pain that people are feeling, both because of job loss and wages are not growing. she talked about that squarely. her vision that she put forward during entire convention it was a positive one, it was a start contrast from the republican national convention the week before which was really about fearmongerring. she's not trump. she's actually about something to the country. liz: i get it. brad, donald trump was given in a kind of twisted way a really wonderful talking point with the gdp number yet he spent most of the day tweeting insults at hillary and rebutting anything that she said, why didn't he seize upon this number? >> our convention was about telling telling the truth. hillar
FOX Business
Sep 12, 2016 3:00pm EDT
. remember before citizen journalism, everybody with an iphone, we remember when george w. bush reportedly choked on a pretzel and passed out. nobody saw it so we didn't hear about it right off the bat. i need to get to the economy. thursday donald trump is supposed to speak about this. on top of it we're waiting to hear what hillary clinton plans. we've got a market that is moving higher on a suspect issue, christie. that is that the federal reserve again is indicating it will back off, no rate hike. we must have nothing going in this economy if that is the case we can't even endure a quarter-point hike? >> you know i think we'll probably see movement regardless who is the next president after november. you know, i think you know that, you know, we're reluctant to do anything until that point because again who knows what is going to happen, what sort of effect it may have. look, could a quarter point make a difference? you know, i don't know but, you know we're not going to see anything until after november. liz: might hurt in the short term, tammy. last time we saw it in december it plum
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
Mar 30, 2017 3:00pm EDT
president gorbache george hw bush, and we know, beater barns what happened after that, he eventually had to raise taxes. but putin and what's going on in dc at the moment, you have been monitoring everything. the juicy hearing in the last couple of minutes. >> it has been a little bit crazy, liz, we heard of putin and then fake news and hacking and propaganda and even dead russians, opponents of putin ended up dead over there. so the intelligence committee trying to dig into whether -- or how -- i think everybody concluded that the russians did try to interfere in the u.s. election. so all of these hot charges from these experts. but we should remind you this is an open hearing. this is not, you know, a closed door hearing in a secure space. these are mainly russia experts and exintelligence officials testifying, so there's no firm findings yet from any active u.s. intelligence agencies today. but the committee is digging with the help from the private sector. listen. >> while many organizations are actively trying to counter these attacks, there's such an asymmetry between offense and d
FOX Business
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
FOX Business
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
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
FOX Business
Sep 18, 2015 3:00pm EDT
to establish himself, and he may actually start talking about george w. bush in order to separate himself from the pack, which he hasn't been able to do. >> right. liz: i can't let you both go without bringing this one up, loose lips sink amtrak trains? did you hear about this? there is a big democratic operative who was heard on an amtrak train, it goes from d.c. to new york. bigwigs are always on it. and this guy, apparently, was on this train saying that joe is in, and people interpreted that to mean joe biden is going to announce his candidacy. chris, when and if this will happen? >> i don't think it's going to happen, liz. i know he's testing the waters somewhat right now by going on this tour to michigan and ohio, but joe biden, if he gets in, he's getting in to win. and i really don't think that hillary clinton has been fatally hurt by these e-mails. i think, in fact, most americans aren't even paying attention to it. now, look, we see the rise in the polls of bernie sanders, her falling in the polls, but it's very, very early. she's going to do very well in the debates in
FOX Business
Aug 25, 2016 3:00pm EDT
talking about another quarter point increase. we should point out esther george is a hawk on the fed. she has voted three times already this year and been the sole dissenter in the fed policy meetings, voted three times to raise interest rates already. sounds like she is ready to do it again. we're waiting of course for janet yellen, who has, i guess kind of an outsized vote on the policy body, the fomc. so her remarks of course we'll be getting at 10:00 eastern tomorrow. we'll bring you those headlines first thing in the morning. liz. liz: you're in d.c. that is a fake backdrop. i shouldn't reveal that to our viewers. reporter: green screen. i'm in a warehouse in southeast washington. no, this is the real thing. it is beautiful. >> absolutely beautiful. thank you, peter. thank you. we'll see how beautiful the news is tomorrow. by the way, be sure to watch peter's interview with atlanta fed president dennis lockhart that "first on fox" interview airs at 8:50 eastern on "mornings with maria." >>> okay, we're 15 minutes to go before the closing bell rings. just when you thought the boo
FOX Business
Feb 20, 2017 3:00pm EST
, former special assistant to president george w. bush. i will ask you what you think of this selection? let me start with ron christie. do you like this pick. >> good afternoon, ashley. i do. someone respected not only in the ranks but the senior echelon of the united states military. more importantly someone with the trust of the president of the united states. the national security vice hears a very difficult job, coordinating state department, department of defense and internally at the national security adviser but has to be an independent voice to the president on very, very serious matters. yes, i think is a great choice. ashley: joe to you, do you think he will be well-received? >> yes. i think he was one of the less controversial people had been suggested. i agree with ron, one who is widely respected. i think what is more important now he made this choice, made it, he had to make this fast because you can't move forward without, not very well without your national security adviser and i think general mcmaster will be well he received. it doesn't need senate confirmmation. this
FOX Business
Sep 1, 2016 3:00pm EDT
vote the republicans could conceivably get. george w. bush had pretty good luck with it. jeb even. i think donald trump that we saw in mexico, wasn't really like the donald trump we saw in phoenix. when you push those both out there, voters get confused which is the real one. cheryl: that is kind of what he was saying. we were told one thing in private. kevin, give you last word. talk about the electoral map. if you look at it, fox news, what we are projecting right now if election were right now, hillary clinton has 273 electoral votes, if this was according to our projections today, donald trump, 164. how does your nominee come back from this? >> he has got to change the narrative right now. the fact we're all tossing about inconsistencies in immigration is not good for him. he needs to talk about the clinton foundation and those ties. obamacare continuing to fall off the map and how hillary clinton will double down on it. if donald trump doesn't change the narrative it doesn't look very good. if he can get back to playing offense and put hillary on the defensive that is really whe
FOX Business
Aug 29, 2016 3:00pm EDT
in her speeches, even pointing out paul ryan and george w. bush in her speeches. so it is very clear for donald trump it is about unifying, trying to figure out where he can not lose his base but build on his base as well as those voters. ashley: yeah, it is not, it will be a tall task, we know that richard, is the biggest enemy for the clinton camp by your own admission, looking, complacency is the biggest threat to hillary clinton? >> look, i mean this is going to be a dogfight. i do think if it ends up being kind of a gap, that there was a couple weeks ago, that is a problem. on this ad, ashley, two problems, one on be is stance which is, the last time we had a clinton presidency it was the biggest boon ever for the middle class. 23 million new jobs. most robust economic growth ever. frankly it is $10 million over nine states. that is what we're hearing. he is spending on these ads. that is a joke. one million dollars per state? it does raise questions about his wealth. i mean, one of the things, we all think, i do, that if he released his tax returns we would see real problems. i
FOX Business
Jun 20, 2016 3:00pm EDT
perhaps has helped the remain camp because people say that's taking one step too far. george osborne, the treasury secretary here in the u.k., says it reminds him of what went on in nazi germany in the 1930s. then there's this one in "the daily mail," tells women to vote leave to take control of your families' destination. out of control immigration could threaten families to access to school places, housing and health care. and here in the business section of the daily telegraph, richard branson today came out strongly for the remain side. in fact, he's launching his own campaign if you'd like to keep the u.k. in the e.u. participant of his quote: i'm known for taking risks, but leaving the european union is not one of the risks i want the u.k. to take. the trend is certainly to the stay, but there's a long way to go yet. we've got three days, and a lot can happen in that time. liz: i depletely agree. , and -- completely agree. those headlines underscore the sentiment in the u.k. ashley's there, he's going to be there. >> reporter: my pleasure. liz: it's interesting he just pointed
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Sep 23, 2016 3:00pm EDT
former president george w. bush, ron christie. wow, ron, he had his chance at the cleveland convention for the republicans and led people along, never did it. what do you think brought him to this point? >> i think ted cruz is trying to position himself to run for president again in 2020 or perhaps years after that. he knows he angered a lot of people in the republican base by not formally endorsing trump at the republican convention in cleveland. i think he is trying to be cute by half liz, having it both ways. people will look at this the cynical political move i think it is. liz: richard goodstein, what do you think hillary clinton thinks about that? look, ted cruz does bring with him a certain slice of the republican party and does it help donald trump and hurt hillary clinton in that regard? >> so cruz's big base was evangelicals. seems that while, reports that they were supporting trump anyway. liz: anyway. >> it wasn't lex -- intellectual crowd that got behind cruz that are frankly lost. when they see bob gates and colin powell and bush father and son and michael -- this whole r
FOX Business
Jul 27, 2016 3:00pm EDT
revealed that only one voting member kansas city fed president esther george was in favor of being a so-called hawk and hiking rates. the other nine said forget it, back off for now even though the labor market has strength end, business investment is still soft. when you ask might the fed hike future rates a 50% chance the fed will raise rates in december but it doesn't look like it any time before the election. now, as you can see when the decision came out, the s&p was down five points right before that was announced, you can see it has punched up to the upside. now in the green up just a quarter of a point. but it's still a significant move. the dow, which was down four points just as the announcement was made, now up 34 points. and the tech-heavy nasdaq up 16 at the moment. now up 32 in the wake of the no move on interest rate hikes. look, i hope you listened to us yesterday on oil because look at this. we warned you the glut is still bloating. oil dropping below $42 today, settled at 41.92. right now it's at 42.11, so just slightly above that after the government reported a sur
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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
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