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FOX Business
Apr 2, 2014 3:00pm EDT
doubt be back when it comes to general motors. we have the former ceo bill george coming up in a fox business exclusive. he is an expert when it comes to managers and leaders of corporations, stay tuned, he is just a genius when it comes to this stuff. the u.s. stocks are higher. the s&p 500, anything even just above a tiny fraction of a point will get us to yet another all-time high, but can the index hang on? we bring in the traders from the new york stock exchange and the nymex. even though a piece or two missed estimates, it wasn't by much. >> it is not something pushing the market around, as you can see. the market is going to draft higher. the path of least resistance is upward. we're getting very dovish comments from cherr chair yelled others. there is no compelling reason why people should be selling the market right now. ever so slight is the vix has picked up a little bit, so we are seeing people to put on some positions thinking the market needs to come in. if we get more compelling evidence we don't think the market is oversold until 1918, that range. those positions woul
FOX Business
May 11, 2015 3:00pm EDT
president george w. bush while he still weighs whether he'll run for president in 2016. no announcement yet. he sat down with megyn kelly. the former florida governor says on a couple of issues. number one, he would have authorized the invasion of iraq in 2003. but that mistakes were made after saddam hussein was removed from power. blake burman joins with us other issues that jeb bush talked about. it's certainly interesting, isn't it? because he hasn't announced a presidency. yet we're asking him to make comments about things that matter to americans for the next president. >> this is the first interview that jeb bush has given in months. of course, the expectation is at some point he will at least announce or at least tell us us his intentions. as of now at this point, hhe is just expected to be. his interview to megyn kelly over the weekend. you might remember, liz, just a couple of months ago, he gave a speech in which he claimed he was his own man when it came to policy. jeb bush had had no problems backing his brother. hmegyn asked if he would authorize the invasion of iraq. he s
FOX Business
Aug 21, 2017 3:00pm EDT
our george washington statute. i will say some of the traders outside, some people went outside, it was hardly a mass exodus or fire drill, a small people, small percentage did go outside to check it out, seeing on the stairs was really exciting, some of the traders were out there but there were people who had the glasses passing them around. everybody was great at sharing all devices and certify intel boxes and one cart on top of the other cart and seeing the eclipse with the glasses as it happened overtime i thought was really, really neat. i goes back to 1979. today we made history and some of the traders got a sneak peek. it was hardly a mass exodus. there were nypd employees and quite a few people. lauren: we are about 29 minutes until the closing bell and look at this comeback, session highs right now for the dow jones industrial average, 21,702, high of the session. you know, we were down 74 points at the low, this is a comeback. what do you make of it, nicole? nicole: you know what's interesting, you names like cisco and other names on the downside like nike and just general
FOX Business
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
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
Oct 18, 2017 3:00pm EDT
hodges and governor george allen. governor allen, let me begin with you. okay. what are your thoughts on the president with regard to the health care? there are so many issues, hard to know where to begin. >> the focus ought to be on tax reform. >> thank you. >> obviously important as well. you run the show. i'm going to get to tax reform, believe me. but health reform because i started talking about the subsidies and the president calling them a huge bailout for the insurance companies. the alexander murray bill kind of keeps those going for a while. that is unacceptable, i would imagine, to republicans, correct? >> yeah, probably so. it depends on what else is in it. there's aspects that are good as far as letting the states have more discretion and having health insurance plans and may have a high deductible, but cover major medical expenditures which is one of the big concerns in cost shifting, but continuing to subsidize a system that is too costly and doesn't have enough competition really is not a solution. that is just really just continuing on for another month, year or two.
FOX Business
Feb 26, 2014 3:00pm EST
months from 43 to 13, it is tough going against george soros, and telling them the wrong abut better to go macy's and pennies either sideways or short. melissa: it is macy's. is there a second pig? >> macy's is the second pick and as i told charles payne kroger is a wild-card pick along with home depot, will benefit from the wild with their a -- winter weather, 20 storms all the way from that was to tie in. liz: i will shop there if they do. you name it i will go there. >> always goowith good leadership rather than wall street folks. liz: birch swigenger understands it. the gerbil fell off of the treadmill. it happens. closing bell ringing in 38 minutes. you might wonder what the magazine sports illustrated has to do with one of the world's biggest banks and its activation across the atlantic. what is that? this is so low tech. people allegedly at credit suisse have been doing this and have a secret elevator, hiding money, not cool. now you have all kinds of investigations and with the housing market offering mixed data, we look at real-estate business for an entirely different angle wi
FOX Business
Jan 6, 2017 3:00pm EST
afternoon. my name is george piero, the special agent in charge of the miami field office. as the sheriff mentioned the fbi is working closely with the broward sheriff's office, with ongoing efforts, jointly doing all the witness interviews as suspect interviews. we have information we're going through but i heard at this point, our role actively support the broward sheriff office until we make the determination on the nature and motive of this incident. thank you. >> we heard about a shooting at terminal 1. tell us about that? >> at this time there is no, has been no shooting at any place else but at the downstairs terminal 2. there is no confirmation of any shooting. as a matter of fact, as i speak only gunshots fired at anytime during this horrific incident have been downstairs in terminal 2. >> what happened in terminal 1? said they heard shots upstairs. >> somebody got injured evacuating. nothing to do with any type of gunshots or anything like that that. >> [inaudible] directly behind him inside -- >> we have no confirmation of that. we have law enforcement personnel, federa
FOX Business
Mar 17, 2014 3:00pm EDT
firm stratford, george friedman. people pay a lot for the his theories and his ideas. why? well, for starters he predicted back in 2009 that this exact scenario would play out in cry crimea. what else is he saying now? >>> and general electric's ceo jeff immoment is one of the most -- immelt is one of the most admired leaders in the world. but are activist investors circling? how ge is now using an activist playbook to fortify its defenses. you may own ge, it may be somewhere in your portfolio. you need to hear this. ♪ ♪ ♪ see what's new at if ...hey breathing's hard... know the feeling? copd includes emphysema and chronic bronchitis. spiriva is a once-daily inhaled copd maintenance treatment that helps open my obstructed airways for a full 24 hours. spira helps me breathe easier. spiriva handihaler tiotropium bromide inhalation powder does not replace fast-acting inhalers for sudden symptoms. tell your doctor if you have kidney problems, glaucoma, trouble urinating, or an enlarged prostate. these may worsen with spiriva. discuss all medicines you take, even eye
FOX Business
Feb 28, 2014 3:00pm EST
, and people wanted to spend time with the gma criewrks you know, with robin roberts and george stephanopoulos -- liz: can you really trace the today show's trouble to ann curry being ousted in a bad way? >> it was not just ann curry. matt lawr had a history of replacing the female co-anchors, so he is there 20 years, he's overstayed himself by at least a couple of years. liz: you think so, but there are also pieces of data that underscore that. the q score -- >> matt lauer are threw the floor. liz: right, they matter to the top executives. they are sort of likability ratings, and we can show matt's lately. he's such a delightful guy. i know him, he's so nice, he's a great guy, but it's not translating right now. >> it's not, and he's been overwhelmed by robin roberts who came back after beating cancer and is topping the q scores of all of the morning hosts. liz: but revenue, brad, how much money do these shows bring in? i remember katie's famous quote she said, yeah, it's a lot, but we make a lot of jack for these networks. >> well, we do. liz: in ad sales. >> well, today show
FOX Business
Oct 14, 2014 3:00pm EDT
general with george bush, having troubles with emerging infections, it would be counterproductive to stop people from tassliraveling because we may lose people from outside the roadblocks and go to adjacent airport and fly anyway. i'm happy that dr. frieden said he wants to look at all options, times may be changing, science may be changing and may come up with different conclusions. liz: the cost of life is important, dr. adalja, let's talk about that, it is prohibitively expensive to mobilize a team like that, but also to put into place all of the issues that need to be dealt with when it comes to dealing with a patient like this? >> two different types of costs, the costs of taking care of patients in west africa and the imported cases. in west africa the numbers might not look like much from the resources, when you add it up, they can be quite daunting. that's what we're seeing this request of 1 billion dollars by the united nations. liz: here on our screen is the cost of treating a single ebola patient. i think this is understating it. 52 jalons of water, you need to mix it w
FOX Business
Jan 14, 2015 3:00pm EST
selling in some of these names, i need to get to oil. scottie george at the nymex, why is natural gas up 10%? what's going on there? >> i think there is some natural curvature at the bottom of the market here. investors are coming in and seeking out good profits and good gains in low priced securities, commodities particularly. i really don't pay it too much mind as it relates to the longer term trend. this is going to have to be solved not by demand but supply in the market, and we're a long way from using up that supply. >> people are watching and saying what do i buy on a day like this? andy brenner? >> what do you buy on a day like this? you have to be a contrarian player, look at energy. i don't know they buy copper yet. one of the things that hasn't been mentioned is copper is used by the chinese as leverage of which to borrow against. when the price starts going down, they get tapped on the shoulder, liquidation you saw it happen last night. you have the huge groups in corp. i don't think it's over yet. once you get a better feel for when it's over, which will be soon, you stepped
FOX Business
Apr 11, 2014 3:00pm EDT
other side, carl icahn and george soros and a few other names, big believers, impany aly came in after just to take the oh side of bill ackman's trade. but today it is getting hammered in the wake of, first, charlie gasparino's report on this show and he tweeted it that 20/20, the investigatorrive program -- investigative program is going to do some kind of expose. it was supposed to have aired by now as charlie reported, but then at 3:46 p.m., just a few minutes later eastern time, the financial times put up on its web site, who knows, you know? that the department of justice and the fbi are also -- let's put up new skin, too, because sometimes it moves in tandem because they are both multilevel marketers. also down but only by .4%. you could argue it's a tough day, but you can see right around charlie's report that happened. the financial times are reporting of open investigations into herbalife, new skin enterprises, multilevel marketing, there have always been accusations about this company. i mean, you don't know. i'm talking about herbalife. new skin, however, a different s
FOX Business
Sep 11, 2014 3:00pm EDT
. also campaigning to keep the u.k. together, george soros. quote: to vote for independence from the u.k. now would be to prematurely surrender scottish leverage in london and britain's leverage in the world. checking the stocks of those banks we just spoke about, royal bank of scotland, rbs, which opened stores back in the 1700s up and lloyd's up to 386. >>> well, our next guest says that by concentrating on a bottom-up investment strategy, you can still find ways to make money, and joining us now, sandyvillely,villely and company co-fund manager. great to meet you. >> thanks for having me. lori: how confident are you in u.s. markets? >> i really have been, basically, a perma-bull since mid 2009. but things that get me excited, the ten-year going from 3% down to 2.5, and oil to going from 110 to 90, and corporate earnings have been good. when i look at what europe's doing, it makes me a little bit fearful. we're trying to get out of our quantitative easing when all of a sudden europe is trying to start some bond purchases, asset purchases, and we're trying to raise rates, and the eu
FOX Business
Nov 13, 2014 3:00pm EST
on a date with george clooney, that was one we did. we did riding in an rv to the fina finale of breaking bad. be in the next star wars moifg. ride in a tank with arnold schwarzenegger. liz: how do convince celebrities to do this? it a raffle system. you put in at the present bucks. if you put in more, you get a bigger shot. right? >> yeah. the celebs have been doing this for a long time. they've been putting up their time and energy. usually these experiences are only available to a small select group of people at gal as. now, celebrities can reach out and reach the 99.9 percent of their fan base that wants to engage with them and connect. through a small micro donation can do that now. you can raise two to 20 times from what these have done in the traditional models. liz: we're showing baker hues because halburton is making a play for it. let's get back to omaze. how can people get involved? how can they make a 10-dollar raffle a pick? can you decide which type of celebrity experience you want, matt? >> absolutely, yeah. our website is called so if you go there, you'
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