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FOX Business
Feb 6, 2015 3:00pm EST
. 17,824. you never know. it's been a volatile week so far. is this a sure spot for george soros. the legendary investor may have taken some hits. charlie has all the details coming up next. and move over mark zuckerberg, we have a 20-year-old with over 40 apps under his belt. we'll talk about what he plans to tackle next. ♪ . cheryl: it's no secret that the market has been extremely volatile over the past few months with unrest overseas, falling oil prices and fear of a global slowdown. fox business has learned one very well known hedge fund is fending off speculation it took a big hit in market moves. charlie gasparino with the story. >> talking about the george soros family hedge, a hedge fund run by george soros and money managers. here's what we know, people inside the fund are fending off speculation that in january amid the turbulence in currencies and derivitives and oil prices and the stock market, that the fund took massive losses. what we understand is george soros is firing outside managers. these are outside people who managed the fund. he farms a lot of that stuff
FOX Business
Nov 8, 2016 3:00pm EST
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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
Oct 17, 2017 3:00pm EDT
being a quote soulless coward after the president said former presidents like barack obama and george bush didn't call families of fallen soldiers or maybe they did. i just am not sure. well, has been critical of the president in the past even saying the u.s. is an embarrassment to the world. on the other hand, just days after president trump told nba champions the golden state warriors they were no longer welcome at the white house, new york knicks or understand sent a $125,000 check to th the president's reelection efforts. this on top of more than 300,000 he put toward the initial campaign. now, of course, some nfl players going to football have had their own issues with the president. the league going through protest controversy since the start of the season. right now nfl team owners and players are actually huddled together at the conrad hotel downtown new york to find a common ground to lower manhattan where connell mcsane is right there. all the owners there are individual players or just player representatives there and what are you hearing at this hour in the meeting? >> wel
FOX Business
Aug 21, 2014 3:00pm EDT
janet yellen's friday speech, this woman's opinion matters more today. esther george whether she thinks today's strong econo data, plus how to maximize your portfolio now for then. >>> all week long we've shown you airborne drones in "rise of the drones." check out the experimental seafaring drones. we lift the veil on the future of warfare. it's a fox business exclusive. >>> and alert! all american jobs coming soon, on road or off-road, polaris producing all-terrain vehicles for 60 years. shares up 60% and now hiring 300 people in iowa. polaris chairman and ceo joins us in a fox business exclusive. "countdown to the closing bell" starts right now. good afternoon, everybody, i'm liz claman, less than 60 minutes to gain seven points. that's how far the s&p 500 has to go to reach 2,000. the historic 2,000. s&p in record territory heading for 28th record close this year, gaining by 7.75 points or third of a percent. breaking news with the dow up 95 points. just a short time ago, the obama administration announced it will move to increase regulations on certain commonly prescribed pa
FOX Business
Jun 4, 2015 3:00pm EDT
bill clinton territory. that's former president george w. bush territory. she's in talks to write a book as well about her experience, estimates of earning power go as high as 500 million dollars over the next decade. hey, power to prosper. that's what we're all about at fox business. get ready to punch a new hole in your belt for this baby. red lobster taking the crown for the unhealthiest meal as a shrimp bomb clocks in at 2700 calories and four days' worth of salt. taco bell made an announcement they were going to cut out bad ingredients, they're not on the health trade either. adding alcohol to the menu in chicago, trying it out and selling beer. the chain that is in trouble is the one branding itself forever as a healthier alternative. subway. sales have dropped more than any of the top 25 u.s. chains tanking 3%. steven anderson is here to tell us where subway went wrong and whether there is a way to right the ship. first of all, what's with the fat shaming? it's reverse fat shaming for red lobster and all of the companies just as many others like panera and chipotle say we're
FOX Business
Nov 23, 2016 3:00pm EST
. you're looking life at the george washington bridge. (gasp) shark diving! xerox personalized employee portals help companies make benefits simple and accessible... from anywhere. hula dancing? cliff jumping! xerox human resource services... ...soon to be conduent. which allergy? eees. bees? eese. trees? eese. xerox helps hospitals use electronic health records so doctors provide more personalized care. cheese? cheese! xerox healthcare services... ...soon to be conduent. president-elect trump is already turning out to be president like no other. the number of business entanglements he may very well have on day one on the oval office. many had been calling for him to set up a blind trust. two former white house officials call that baloney. he can establish a firewall between himself and a adult children. on he would pledge not to discuss those dealings with them. in the foxbusiness exclusive of the authors joints me now. explain what you envision if he says okay i won't talk to you and you won't talk to me about the business. once as a chinese wall. he would not do anything with that. t
FOX Business
Dec 11, 2017 3:00pm EST
structures here. we do know a lot of celebrities including george lucas have homes behind us. a little bit further up the close -- we do know that the folks there in the college there they had been postpones all the way until after the holidays. with that i'm sending it back to you. it is extraordinarily touchy. thank you very much. our hearts go out to the students of ucsb. we just received clearance to see the video that's caught this morning's suicide backpack unintentionally. we will show that to you. this is the busiest transit hub. it has now reopened for business. he did fail to strike we have the two guys whose job it was for decades to protect the city from attack like the one this morning. they have unintentionally set to big engines. the countdown is coming right back. ♪ ♪ i can do more to lower my a1c. because my body can still make its own insulin. and i take trulicity once a week to activate my body to release it, like it's supposed to. trulicity is not insulin. it comes in a once-weekly, truly easy-to-use pen. the pen where you don't have to see or handle a needle. a
FOX Business
Jul 23, 2015 3:00pm EDT
line that started when they call him criminal and rapist we welcome george alberto, gonzalez first hispanic attorney general served under president george w. bush from 2005 to 2007. you're sir texas born and of mexican decent i'm sure this story is of interest to you. how do you view what's going on with donald trump and all of the attention? >> you know, i don't blame the media for covering donald trump. obviously a colorful figure and polls indicate that his message does resonate with some people. but listen we're so far away from election, and i don't believe that his views represent majority of the republican party an they certainly don't represent in my judgment the views of an majority of americans in this country. so listen, i understand people want to cover it. colorful, he make news but i don't consider him a presidential candidate. >> comics so excited because they're getting higher ratings let's admits it here we have with a camera trained on it. it is a business story because immigration reform is of great interest to business. but can i look at you. i look at a your di
FOX Business
Oct 31, 2017 3:00pm EDT
one other question had been about tax reform, the rest were about george papadopoulos who has already pled guilty -- >> reporter: right. liz: as we told our viewers yesterday. but what else did you hear today that matters to that line, to that thread of the russia investigation? >> reporter: well, look, liz, the white house in a way feels vindicated with the charges that came against paul manafort and rick gates because those happened before manafort ever got to the trump campaign, from 2006 to 2015, predates his existence with then-candidate trump. however, there is a different headache now, and it's involves someone most people had never heard of until yesterday, and that is george papadopoulos, this low-level adviser to the president who admitted to lying to federal investigators that he was seeking contact with a russian national. and now papadopoulos is cooperating with the mueller investigation. this has risen now to the level of the president, so much so that he tweeted about it earlier today, and here's what he said. i quote here, he said the fake news is working overt
FOX Business
Dec 21, 2017 3:00pm EST
soldiers george young loves then. comanageses the bilory balanced fund. what is behind the nearry russell will do better now? >> we're attracted to great unloved stocks. what is important to the tax bill. two very important numbers people need to keep in mind, 35, 21. 35 was the tax rate for corporations. now it is 21%. very important. financial engines, founded by bill sharp, a nobel prize winner. this company helps 401(k) participants manage their money. they manage $130 billion for employees of ford, raytheon, people that need help managing funds. we think 14% increase in the earnings of this company. the trick a lot of people hasn't understood because companies don't give guidance how much impact this will have. yield 1%, growing 25% per year. liz: you like first wine bank and hawaiian semi. >> reason we own it, best managed bank in hawaii. a growing market, a defensive market. 3% yield and growing something like 18% per year. you got to love that. liz: we'll put all the names on our facebook.com/lizclaman page. great to see you. thank you so much. villere balanced fund. [clos
FOX Business
Feb 24, 2016 3:00pm EST
to texas, george and north dakota, minnesota, nearly a dozen other states as white house hopefuls set their sights on the high-stakes supertuesday, blake berman has late breaking news on the campaign trail, for some endorsements and he is talking about a vice presidential candidate. >> donald trump said today at a speech, qualifications or qualities of what he would look for in a vice-presidential candidate and said someone who would be political, someone who would help him work the system and get lost through, donald trump is the outsider, he would want somebody with experience on the inside. so long for the days of campaigning county by county. we are on to supertuesday where candidates go state-by-state, 12 states all over the map, many are in the south, donald trump ventures with a bead on the delegates scoreboard, the momentum following three straight victories, trump will campaign in the upcoming days that he was at pat robertson's regent university in virginia where he held the town hall type session. he was still celebrating last night's win. >> we have a really extraordinary
FOX Business
Sep 5, 2017 3:00pm EDT
immigrants brought here as children. former virginia senator and governor george allen on the business fallout and whether congress will step up to deal with daca. plus, former south carolina governor jim hodges has faced down hurricane hugo back in the day. should aid packages be tied to the debt ceiling passage? and what if you lost your entire house to a disaster? as harvey victims try to rebuild their lives, many may be tempted to -- or actually have already -- raided their nest egg, their 401(k). should you lend yourself money from your 401(k) in terrible times of trouble? a lot of people have said no in the past, but there may be another way. today's markets reminding us of september's horrible reputation as the worst performing month of the year for stocks, and wall street hasn't forgotten. financials the biggest drag as the dow jones industrials fall 226 points. forget the frying pan, we're already in the fire with less than an hour to the closing bell. let's start the "countdown." ♪ ♪ liz: well, so much for watching the sun slowly set on summer memories. we've got a cold s
FOX Business
Apr 14, 2017 3:00pm EDT
republican governor of virginia, george allen. the sentiment is good around here. every sentiment whether it's a home builder sentiment or consumer sentiment, spiking. >> it is. and i know the president just met with the national association of manufacturers about ten days ago. they're all optimistic, and most things are people see a can do spirit, they see the regulatory reform being done and effectuated, but i think people want more, and i think a lot of it is anticipation. a lot of it may be holding back on making certain purchases of equipment thinking, okay, they're going to get a much better stimulus, much more internationally competitive tax code. in addition to the regulatory reform, and infrastructure. the energy policies by the way of this administration have been very positive. whether it's the keystone pipeline or other activities. so those in the engineer community are positive. most manufacturers, small businesses. but they didn't pass that repeal and replacement of obamacare. liz: they did not. >> matters a lot to small businesses. liz: richard, they can't blame the democra
FOX Business
Dec 15, 2015 3:00pm EST
republican governor george allen of virginia and bob miller of nevada joining us for a preview next on "countdown." stay tuned. announcer: a horrific terror attack in paris. then, a brutal act of terror here at home. it's time for a tested and proven leader who won't try to contain isis. jeb bush has a plan... to destroy them. and keep america safe. jeb bush: the united states should not delay in leading a global coalition to take out isis with overwhelming force. announcer: tested and proven leadership matters. jeb bush. right to rise usa is responsible for the content of this message. . liz: we've got 26 minutes before the closing bell rings. have you been watching the markets all day? you've known the market was higher by about 259 points. right now the dow is up 163. what happened? we're going to call this profit taking. a great rally today, with the s&p still holding onto gains of 21 points, that's decent here. at this exact time tomorrow, the federal reserve chair janet yellen will be wrapping up her news conference. what will she say? fox objection begins special coverage at 1:0
FOX Business
Nov 10, 2017 3:00pm EST
you. >> george as well. >> liz: listen-- >> i'm not allowed to say his name because he's technically in the army. >> liz: well, you're going to hear from those guys. >> carried interest. >> liz: back to that. >> i'm not backing off here but the truth is this is not tax reform. this is a corporate tax cut, okay? that's what this plan is and then they're trying to fill in where they can get it under a $1.5 trillion addition to the deficit. the truth is they are throwing a whole bunch of things against the wall and on the private equity side of it on the carried interest, that may come backup because the president may say this is what i campaigned on. >> liz: he did. >> i'm not disagreeing with that but the truth is their focus is getting on this corporate tax cut. this is not really impacting the personal income side except for actually raising taxes from sales and from the local and state taxes. >> liz: they're going to argue until the end of time that this is a cut for the middle class, because some of those brackets do bring the rates down, fine but none of those rates for the regul
FOX Business
Jun 22, 2015 3:00pm EDT
its money. join ising me now in a fox business exclusive, advance auto parts president george sherman who will be ringing the closing bell with the charity i support, building homes for heroes. thank you for being here, george. >> thank you, liz. great to be here. liz: well, you and the team have done unbelievable business, and you've just finished this massive acquisition with general parts, and i'm just wondering what's next for the company as you continue to grow? >> well, the acquisition of general parts really changed our place in the landscape, making us the largest after-market parts provider. so we're busily working on integration now, bringing these two great companies together and trying to build something special from a commercial parts standpoint. that really is our focus right now, is just running a great core business and a successful integration. liz: gas is cheap, cars need parts, right? and also brand new cars. auto sales, how do new car sales really translate to what your company does, and that's auto parts and replacements? >> well, the new car sales aren't
FOX Business
Jul 9, 2015 3:00pm EDT
george -- thanks to a glitch the market was down to 050 points in fears of a china a bubble bursting with no clarity in greece. we are piling on but today it is called and sunshine of the floor of the exchange that is largely back to normal. china's markets are 6% overnight and nobody can sell their stock only by it. but there is a leak taking steam out of the rally. in taking on his own competitors to real less than an hour away let's go to count down. at the height of the session up to vendor 49 points but we are climbing on earlier numbers with a gain of 80 points now literally up to this cent -- the second greeks are swarming up parliament. the greek government has announced it will have a proposal within the hour to present to the eurozone that may convince the em -- the imf for the pcb if they will accept it. prime minister tsipras has called the meeting 1:00 a.m. eastern tomorrow. greece is seven hours ahead. ashley webster is that the rally as we speak. they say within minutes but they are always late. >> they are always late. they are only greek time there would be more twis
FOX Business
Sep 3, 2014 3:00pm EDT
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FOX Business
Sep 2, 2014 3:00pm EDT
lag in between simple questions, like your name is george, right? one second. kelly? can i say my name is george? no problem. liz: charlie, keep on it. i say we bring in a collection box. >> tuesday? i need to call upstairs. is today tuesday? can i say it is? liz: find out. charlie gasparino, thank you very much. we've got the closing bell. get out your credit card nicole. 28 minutes away. tech companies love to talk about the internet of things or the internet of everything, but who actually knows how to connect the dots between your mobile devices and all the gadgets and appliances you want to control at home when you're not at home? we have, in a fox business exclusive, the one ceo who has the perfect solution. smart home ventures, and he's ted schrempf. best buy is apparently agreeing, he's joining us this weekend, they rolled it on the shelves of best buy, we are profiling them. >>> austan goolsbee with us first on fox business with his take on the economy, the fed, possible head winds from overseas. he's going to tell you the most important piece of data coming up this week
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 19, 2015 3:00pm EST
in. gareth. he joins us from london. george joins me in our new york studios. gareth, the ecb, all about the potential for stimulus in the european union. what is your prediction? what kind of move will they make, do you think? >> good evening. yes, well, this week will be a very historic week for the eurozone. last week we had exceptional volatility in european markets, particularly on thursday morning, as you know, with the situation with the swiss franc. everything will be about what the ecb tells with regard to their program to fight off -- melissa: what will it be? what do you think they will do? >> we'd like to see something pretty big in terms of bond buying, asset purchases, something that will kick start the european economy. it's been stagnant for the last couple of years. what we saw last thursday is indicative of how important this need to be. gerri: wha melissa: what does this mean for us investors? we had bull market after bull market because of our stimulus. they're pulling the same thing there? >> i wouldn't describe it as bad. anything they can do to stoke demand h
FOX Business
Mar 7, 2014 3:00pm EST
scheme. >> went up to 80. now seems like 6 to $65 stock. liz: carl icahn jumped in, george soros. >> the long side. lot of stuff flying back and forth on that and then carlsbad on that with ebay which is interesting. essentially saying they are self dealing, i can't tell you which ones they are looking at. or if they are going to look at any but i do know that the sec is growing increasingly concerned, one thing they might do, they are looking at one of these broad based examinations and just so you know what these often lead to they find something they don't like, they do enforcement actions but that is where i am in my reporting. if i had more specificity the real way of saying this, why would you report something that is not, quote, totally baked. i tell people what i hear. if you give people the context of what you hear like follow the bouncing ball. liz: all over the activist investor story so when you get names like carl icahn and george soros we should also mention daniel loeb jumped into sony. that was a big one. dow chemical right now is in the cross hairs of activist investors.
FOX Business
Jan 7, 2016 3:00pm EST
on in china and need to get it out of system. trish: you've got smart people like investor george soros doreen saying that this is a crisis. he believes this is a crisis that could be akin to 2008. do you agree with that? >> i don't know about that. it is different as the previous guest said. fundamentals are solid but my belief they think this market has gotten ahead of the fundamentals. regardless of china or anything else, there was a lot of people that have the sentiment that this market was going to roll over anyway, with or without the china interjection into the marketplace. this news. but i think there are the other people, too. bob dole said he doesn't think this is a panic situation. he thinks -- trish: he thinks it's going to be okay. by the way, jeremy siegel, professor siegel from wharton was on the show. he's always a bear, but he feels that we are going to see strong earnings growth in the range of 8% this year, and the dollar will sort of stay where it is, and the fed is not going to do a darn thing because they can't. let's not forget that one of the reasons we've
FOX Business
Jun 25, 2015 3:00pm EDT
george, saying there were 422 tapes with 24,000 lerner e-mails that were destroyed. so in case you just landed on planet earth, these e-mails were a central focus of lawmakers' probes into the alleged targeting of tea party groups by the irs when lois lerner was running it. the irs did not search for the e-mails in the most obvious of places and found the destruction was, quote, not done on purpose. but this is yet another lesson. you think you destroyed or deleted something, you didn't. >>> earlier today univision making a major announcement, saying it would, quote, not be airing the miss usa pageant on july 12th or working on any other projects tied to the donald trump organization. this on the heels of trump's controversial comments the day he announced his candidacy for president. and here is the comment. quote: when mexico sends its people, they're not sending their best, they're sending people that have lots of problems. they are bringing drugs, they're bringing crime, they are rapists. now just moments ago donald can trump announcing he will be -- donald trump announcing he will
FOX Business
Mar 22, 2016 3:00pm EDT
shouldn't have gone. there is the issue of, do you carry on? yes, you do carry on. obviously george w. bush took a huge personal risk and threw out the ball at yankee stadium. it made the country feel better n this instance he has to at least go to brussels. he didn't go to paris after the attack in paris. he needs to go to brussels after this attack. liz: we have to go. do you agree with that, evan? >> i agree he needs to go to brussels to show our allies we have solidarity. we'll only defeat isis if we're all together. liz: we do appreciate it. thanks. >> thank you. liz: of course fox business is the source of all your 2016 race results. we have neil cavuto in the chair tonight. fox business all-stars getting things started, 8:00 p.m. eastern. you have to watch the returns from idaho, utah and all important state of arizona. we're coming right back. the dow down 29 points. ♪ ♪ he has a sharp wit. a winning smile. and no chance of getting an athletic scholarship. and that is why you invest. the best returns aren't just measured in dollars. perfect driving record. >>perfect. no ti
FOX Business
Nov 27, 2017 3:00pm EST
record for the dow jones industrials here. george, do you have apple cards on your site? >> yes. liz: they do. check it out. raise.com. john buckingham. big record. s&p 500 is too close to call. as we hear the closing bell, so happy you guys were all back in action watching us on claman countdown. hope it was a great thanksgiving a couple weeks to christmas an hanukkah. that is is it for the claman countdown. we'll see you storm. david: look at dow jones industrial average, 23,581. it had to be over 23,059 to be a record. there are new highs. other drama on capitol hill, the s&p 500 too close to call right now. it may end up as a winner but we'll wait and see. looks like it will be in the negative. as well. but not the nasdaq. not even close. as online sales surge on this cyber monday. hi, everybody, i'm david asman. melissa: i'm melissa francis. this is "after the bell." more on the big market movers but first here is what else we're covering during this very busy hour ahead. a tale of two
FOX Business
Jan 4, 2016 3:00pm EST
slowdown? >> was that directed at me, liz? liz: george, are you there. >> i am. there is a lot of concern about the global economy and rid fully so. there is reasons to be concerns how far china will fall on the downtrend it was on. market reaction in shanghai and some market reactions in europe and u.s. equity indices don't jive with that story. there are risks globally. we continue to see expanding u.s. economy. steady u.s. consumer and demand impulses that didn't exist two or three years ago. our view is much more modest than that we're poises for major -- >> liz i have to make this one point, then i've got to go. maybe i'm wrong on this and i hate predicting gloom and doom because never as bad, never as good except 2008. it was only time it was really bad. a lot of these gdp growth estimates that people throw out, listen i'm not saying they're wrong, i'm just they're not forward-looking, they're backward looking. almost static in the sense they take into account what's happening now. what they should be doing is taking into account what could happen in the future. if what is going on
FOX Business
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
Jul 28, 2017 3:00pm EDT
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Jun 30, 2015 3:00pm EDT
candidate. can he make up the gap? senior advisor touche george w. bush with the democratic strategist and fox contributor. get it out there. >> we have now reached the full potential of presidential candidates i think things will shakeouts well into the fall as we approach the first primary then that is when it matters right now he has announced announced, only one way to go is up an important voice a sitting governor of the purple state. liz: people call him refreshing because he is a street talk curve or there are numerous clips to reading -- be reading people who disagree so how does that sit besides new jersey and new york? >> i am from new york i am not always sure how that translates up the river but i think his road is hard he is getting in late the numbers are low and i think part of the danger to the republican party the three candidates trump bush and christie all have high negatives even with republican voters. this has a long way to go christie is a long shot right now. >> he gave a very impassioned speech today and i thought it was fascinating and stopped when i was doing eve
FOX Business
Aug 7, 2017 3:00pm EDT
foreign policy adviser to george w. bush, republican strategist paul join us. well, gentlemen, miraculous, yes, indeed because we haven't seen tax reform in ages. but that doesn't really bode well, certainly for steven mnuchin, the treasury secretary first promise that this would be done by august, and then he backtracked it to december. but, paul, right off the bat, i'm thinking miraculous. will it take a miracle? >> i'm not sure why senator hatch said miraculous. maybe that was just being a little bit dramatic. i think it is hard to do. but i certainly think it's possible, given the fact that you have republicans desperately needing to do something on their agenda because they're so unpopular now with the base, president trump is much more popular with republicans. and secondly, there are about ten democrats in swing states that are nervous about the prospects of keeping their seats or fending off challengers. they're going to want to do something that's broadly popular and tax cuts are broadly popular. so not sure what the senator was telegraphing, but i don't think miracul
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Mar 4, 2015 3:00pm EST
. kansas president esther george pushing for that. in the text of the speech that she's worried that waiting any longer will leave the fed, quote, behind the curve and force it to raise rates more frantically in the future. could her remarks be underpinning the market which is all to the downside. let's keep in mind, she's not a current voting member of the fed. dow was down 170 points. we're nowhere near the flatline here. getting into any sign of green. stunning revolution from warren buffett. he and berkshire hathaway planning to raise euros through a bond sale which he will then convert to dollars to buy a huge european company. this on a wall street journal report. buffett made his intentions clear when i sat down with him. >> we'll probably buy a small business in europe. but i'd love to buy big ones. >> big ones. well, berkshire hathaway shares currently trading down. can you imagine a stock that trades down that much? $217,000? why? he's never split that stock. down half a percent. pays to watch "countdown." you'll find what's going on before headlines hit elsewhere. do you w
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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
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
Feb 19, 2014 3:00pm EST
think of as conventional wisdom. liz: let me get a word from george about where the market goes in light of the fact the we had so much gyration today. >> this was the minutes from the jan. 28-29 meeting, there were telegraphed since that date. janet yellen has spoken with additional fed speakers. the weak employment report. it may be a commentary today tighter than the market expected and more currencies and fixed income than the equity market. going forward will be the same on labor numbers and initial claims, and other numbers tomorrow. liz: read on the screen, watching every step of the way for the next 48 minutes. before the closing bell rings a lot to talk about here. were you experiencing problems streaming your favorite netflix show? you are not alone. it is not a technical glitch. who and what are to blame? the answer may annoy you but we got the guy who is capitalizing on this problem and the publicly traded company which is soaring over the past year. and spirit in the sky, discount airline wars always interesting to watch particularly when they involve spirit airlines a
FOX Business
Aug 6, 2015 3:00pm EDT
for president, rick perry, rick santorum, bobby jindal, carly fiorina, george pataki, lindsey graham and jim gilmore will use their debate skills to separate themselves from the pack or at least try. then four hours later, prime time politics with the top ten. fox business correspondent blake burman is number one with us, right outside the quicken loans arena in cleveland. the atmosphere must be getting pretty electrified. >> i appreciate that, by the way, liz. thank you very much. liz: of course. [laughter] >> yes, it is, indeed, electrifying. there is a lot going on right now. let me try to walk you through it. inside the quicken loans arena, the q as they call it here in cleveland. 5:00, as you mentioned, and 9. the candidates, their campaigns have been going through last minute walk-throughs, basically they go up on the stage, they look around, make sure everything's okay, they get acquainted with everything. 15 of the 17 have done this before, so this is no surprise to them. keep in mind, this is a basketball arena, so this has kind of been transformed. the security presence her
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
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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
Nov 19, 2015 3:00pm EST
deputy assistant to president george w. bush. she came out sounding hawkish. >> i think this is a day if you're running for pres., thepresident, the day to come out and make it clear where you stand on what is the most important issue worrying voters. this is a big week. i think it was a good speech, and this is a good day. liz: we know that some candidates have said boots on the ground. carly fiorino says no boots on the ground. it is a tear between these two sides. what do you think and who has the strongest plan? >> i don't know who has the strongest plan. it is one of the reasons i have to focus on his questions. the veteran of the george w. bush administration, if we put troops on the ground can somehow secure these regions we will have to stay in the region for a long time. that is the piece we have to get through our head. this head. this region is a stable, and these people are at war with us. liz: the american public is tired, exhausted, and devastated by the war in iraq. we have thousands of marines who were killed, thousands of military members. that horrible situation. how
FOX Business
Nov 1, 2017 3:00pm EDT
george papadopoulos, does the president recall at the march 2016 meeting mr. papadopoulos suggesting the meeting between then candidate trump and vladimir putin does, he recall that? >> no, i don't believe he does. april? reporter: first, form head of the u.s. commission on civil rights says if everyone wants that but to stop people from coming because they come from different countries is totally wrong. what say you? >> nobody said because they come from a different country. that's the whole definition of immigration is they wouldn't be u.s. citizens, we certainly haven't said that immigration as a whole should be outlawed. reporter: the lottery is specifically for those coming from other nations, that you are not in favor of right now because you believe there is a possibility of terrorism. >> i believe that we have a fundamental right to protect the people of this country, and if we see or think that someone is a threat to united states citizens that we should take every precaution that we can to protect the people of this country, and i don't think most americans would disagree w
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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.
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Jun 16, 2016 3:00pm EDT
evan bayh and republican george lemieux who ripped donald trump saying his campaign is about to implode on how today's vote will tip the balance, red or blue. >>> a major shift in the possibility of any rate hike this year? do you see the markets moving higher? take a look. the dow jumping 62 point. less than an hour to the closing bell. i'll tell you why as we start the "countdown." breaking news, we have a roller coaster in high speed, reverse, the dow is up 61 points, you can't see a nearly 200-point swing in the dow jones industrials. today alone, at the lows of session the dow was down 169 point, standing at 17,701. what sparked the reversal? look at the fed funds futures rates for the next four meetings of the year. the december contract is now betting that the fed will not raise rates until next year. no more rates, that's what the market believes and thank fed chief janet yellen for that. her awfully cloudy comments with the u.s. economy and global uncertainty, have futures traders pulling chips off the table. no hike this year? we shall see. the fed admitted britain's vote whet
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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
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Oct 26, 2017 3:00pm EDT
might be headed their way. george young is portfolio manager at vilory and company. he comanageses the balanced fund. it is up 8% year-to-date. wow, cockroaches, which ones do you love? >> i might be uniquely qualified being from new orleans. we have many to choose from. liz: we have many here in new york. >> we look at company you know loved, you know followed. you want a -- unfollowed. we would rather buy them when they're cheap. liz: which i like. apache at 39 bucks is down precipitously, is it not? >> it is. liz: 3p% down year-to-date. you're saying a good buy? >> if you expand your analagy to the roach motel, if you will, that is the energy sector. that is the sector everybody loves to hate it has been terrible. it is unloved. it is unwanted. at some point there is good value. we happen to own apache. we think it is good long term. they're commodity oriented. but they are efficient producer. closing bell rings] we think there is opportunity there. liz: the vilory fund is up 95% since inception. there is the closing bell. that is it for the claman countdown. melissa: wall street ey
FOX Business
Apr 14, 2015 3:00pm EDT
. didn't beat expectations. here comes the sun. are you singing george harrison? >> yes, love him. we've been all the way to geneva. we're entering a better period for equities. >> we added to equities yesterday, what were you buying? >> we were buying almost across-the-board. but we particularly liked financials here. jpmorgan reported very nicely. we like jpmorgan. like wells fargo. like the technology stocks, the big leaders. even the defensive names. the financials. the utility names that haven't performed. we like the industrials. i find more stocks that i like than i dislike right now, which is another reason why we want to be adding to equities. liz: when friends and family come to you and say, i'm a little nervous. here's why. the march jobs report was not pretty at all. there are headlines. global headlines that gyrate the markets on occasion. the so-called exogenous events. what do you say to those people? >> we're in april now. it's spring. you're looking at the rearview mirror with march. you'll see a bounceback with the economy. obviously a weak first quarter. that's
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
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
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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
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Oct 19, 2015 3:00pm EDT
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