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FOX Business
Apr 26, 2016 3:00pm EDT
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FOX Business
Jun 1, 2017 3:00pm EDT
you by a man named george mitchell when he discovered fracking. technology moved on. you have to realize how that affects your country to adapt to, making sure natural gas, solar wind, bringing west virginia along with it. you could have very, pittsburgh is a economy and pittsburgh is tech economy. liz: we got a one minute a second ago. we wait for the walk up of the president. bernie sanders put out this decision. president trump's decision to withdraw out of the paris climate agreement is international disgrace, abdication of american leadership. royal dutch/shell responding. they say, let me see the statement. where is the statement? it is not attached. oh, shell's position, on climate change and importance of the paris agreement is well-known. we share with the administration, this is from royal dutch/shell our strong support for the u.s. remaining in the agreement. we respect president trump's decision but will continue to work closely with his administration on issues related to energy policy. there you have royal dutch/shell whose stock is flat at moment, but slightly high
FOX Business
Nov 8, 2016 3:00pm EST
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FOX Business
Apr 22, 2016 3:00pm EDT
prince george, that cute little baby, so cute. past his bedtime, i'm told. we'll get the menu later. >>> meanwhile, it was a historic meeting at the united nations today. the united states and 171 nations from around the globe signing the paris climate agreement here in new york city. the accord cuts emissions and keeping global warming to 2 degrees celsius. some estimates suggest the cost of the plan will be daunting. look at this on the screen. $12.1 trillion over 25 years. the tab to be picked up by taxpayers around the world. joining us, a man who ran a gigantic player in the energy sector and worked hard to get nrg into solar investments. former nrg ceo david crane, great to see you. you have seen the accord, you have not? >> yes, i was in paris. liz: would you sign it if it were in front of you and you ran a nation today? >> yes, actually, i would. it's part of -- it's an extraordinary consensus. 171 countries. i thought 195 signed on in paris. i don't know where the other 24 are. but to me it's a sign of a new global environmental morality, and so i would absolutely sign it,
FOX Business
Apr 13, 2016 3:00pm EDT
governor from california gray davis and republican senator and governor from virginia george allen. welcome to you both. governor davis, start with you. california is in somewhat of unlikely position, nominees were already decided but with 172 gop delegates 5, 46 for the dems, what does the country need to understand about the california primary this time around? >> well, generally as you say we're at the very end of the process, but tons more delegates in other states, i think the democrats are getting 310 or 330 in new york. we're at 540. if it does get down to california, people have to work hard for a vote here. hillary has a lot of good feelings in california. people supported the clinton name on many, many times in the valley including hillary clinton against president obama, then senator obama in 2008. i favor her in california, but she's going to have to earn it, work hard, and i would pick trump as the likely winner on the republican side. liz: to that end, donald trump is certainly ahead in california. governor allen, donald trump already won your state's primary, and thi
FOX Business
Apr 25, 2016 3:00pm EDT
heard about th -- he said to george stephopoulos over the ekend on abc that he realllly almost grappled when georg askehim, would you vote for hillary over donald trump? he didn't say no. he didn't say no you knowhow much do, how much sway do the koch broers have at this point? >> i don't kno bui think it would be believably disastrous for somemebody to honestly thi that llary clintowith all of th challenges of corrupti that she faces, of all of t the inser deals, the fact at she's basically aa wholly-owd suidiary of the big corporate inrests s and wall street interests, to say that somow she would be terrific for america? this wld be an epic battlele. and ift's hillary and donald trump, i think donald trgets voters that bernieasas had, i think 's going to get a lot of traditional repuican voters. i thinin that race donald trump wipethe floor with hiary. i truldo. and i know a l of people think he can't beat hillary. actually, i think heost certainly can, because he' ing be able to challenge r in a way i don'tnow anyone el who will or can. liz: will he get your te, governor? >> well, ab
FOX Business
Aug 12, 2016 3:00pm EDT
speechwriter for president george w. bush, kristin dorsey, democratic strategist with the democratic policy institute. donald trump looks as relaxed as ever. they are talking about pulling funding from him. he raised eight at this million dollars in july which was a big bump up -- $80 million. >> the fact that reince priebus showed up at rally and introduced him was public statement on reince's behalf. there are conversations. people say pull the funding towards senate and house races. the fact reince was there in pennsylvania introducing him is very public sign, hey, we're behind trump. we'll behind trump for foreseeable future. i would say this, trump has to do himself some more favors and some the things he needs to become more boring liz. liz: good luck. he is not a boring person. >> but here's what he has got to do. put the speeches in teleprompter. stick to the speech. he he got to be boring and let people take a hard look what is taking place with hillary with all the emails taking place and state department and the clinton foundation. liz: he missing opportunities because, kr
FOX Business
Dec 28, 2015 3:00pm EST
already. according to "star wars," j.j. abrams brilliantly honoring the legacy of george lucas. >> nothing will stand in our way. i will finish what you started. >> reporter: you know, and it's worth remembering, liz, the box office receipts are only one part of the "star wars" money-making machine. experts predict that the sale of themed toys could bring in another $3 billion as all those geeks line their bedroom shelves with "the force awakens" merchandise. >> my mom helped me make this costume, but still i had to get a costume for this. >> it's just the way that you are totally immersed in a whole different world, and i've, you know, just always loved that since i was a kid. >> it's just got this appeal for people, you know? parents' generation, they grew up with it, carries on to our generation, now to this next generation. >> i am extremely excited. i'm not showing much emotion, though, because i'm a sith. >> it's not just the "star wars" nerds who like this new movie, it hasn't broken the $1 billion mark in 12 days without appealing to a whole lot of new fans. a record $1
FOX Business
Sep 27, 2017 3:00pm EDT
factual depending on the circumstance. it didn't work for george w. bush. people saved their savings, but what we're doing isn't working right now, congressman, don't we need to try something. >> you. >> we do, we need to -- out of top 200 corporations in america, half of the corporations pay between 0 and 10% in corporate taxes. half of those don't pay anything. in fact, we as american taxpayers pay them. so while there is a cut in the corporate tax rate which there should be from 35% to 20. liz: so you're okay with that? >> well, fine, but the effective tax rate we should keep our eye on. here's what i would support. i would support a minimum effective corporate tax rate of 20%. liz: i see. >> in other words, everybody pays 20%. liz: because we should let people know that right now, the effective tax rate is anywhere, depending on which site you're looking at, 19 to 29%, so some of them don't pay 20 at the moment. some are well below that, too. but i need to get, because you're a new yorker, your opinion on the possible elimination of state and local taxes, from the federal, from the fe
FOX Business
Apr 25, 2017 3:00pm EDT
george w. bush owned -- >> he owned stuff. liz: the texas -- >> i would say the texas rangers right. liz: you know, i'm dodger so, dodgers and indians. >> didn't you think that was a hockey team, the texas rangers? liz: no the new york rangers, dumb dumb. >> throwing that at you. you get me on grammar. i get you on sports. liz: not very often. we have breaking news. you may want to stick around on this. >> okay. liz: president trump meeting with farmers in the roosevelt room of the white house, signing what is called the agriculture and rural prosperity executive order, which is a tax force puts together a 180 day review, in essence look at regulations and policies and legislation that unnecessarily hinder the agriculture sector. so let's listen in as we see him sit down with sonny perdue, the new secretary of agriculture and farmers. >> we're doing well, very well. things are turning around. i know r turning around for you folks. i want to welcome you very much to the white house. a special place. america's farmers and ranchers. i especially want to congratulate secretary now, i ca
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
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
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
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
Apr 18, 2016 3:00pm EDT
wheel be heard. liz: there was a star-studded event in hollywood, george clooney was the propellant behind it, and suddenly somebody said, boy, these tickets were expensive, a lot of money in politics, and he -- it seemed -- agreed with bernie sanders' message that, yes, there was too much of that in politics. what did you all make of that? >> well, i think that the actor, i think other activists on the democratic side understand what citizens united has done to our elections when they said corporations are people and let people give unlimited amounts to these super pacs, and these coordinated campaigns where all bernie sanders has are millions of individuals giving $27 a shot. over six million individual contributions. that's what democracy should be about, the will of the people, the people giving you money and a little bit every month to say i want my values to be heard, and you're the candidate i believe in. liz: well, that was very interesting to see mr. clooney raise all that money for hillary and then, of course, there you are. kind of agrees with bernie at least on one thing
FOX Business
Apr 20, 2016 3:00pm EDT
george lemieux why the republican race is still far from over no matter what anybody says. on wall street, markets holding dow 18,000, pretty nicely up 166 points, above 18,000 here. weil s&p punches through 2100 ceiling. are we on the verge of setting new all-time highs? we're less than an hour from the closing bell. let's start the countdown. ♪ breaking news we just got a new high for the dow and we need to see it up more than 114 points. right now we're up 109 at 18,162. look any close above 18,312 will put the dow in all-time high record territory. we're currently less than 1% below the level. you have to stay with me and watch. finally maybe good news for yahoo!? the internet company entering stage two of the sale of its core business, also up today after beating first-quarter earnings estimates. eps came in at eight cents per share, compared to the 7-cent estimate. we're looking at shares moving higher by nearly 5% but at the moment anywhere from 4 to $8 billion are what the bids are coming in for yahoo!. so we'll see. it is a pretty wide swath. >>> one company leaving bitt
FOX Business
Jul 27, 2016 3:00pm EDT
revealed that only one voting member kansas city fed president esther george was in favor of being a so-called hawk and hiking rates. the other nine said forget it, back off for now even though the labor market has strength end, business investment is still soft. when you ask might the fed hike future rates a 50% chance the fed will raise rates in december but it doesn't look like it any time before the election. now, as you can see when the decision came out, the s&p was down five points right before that was announced, you can see it has punched up to the upside. now in the green up just a quarter of a point. but it's still a significant move. the dow, which was down four points just as the announcement was made, now up 34 points. and the tech-heavy nasdaq up 16 at the moment. now up 32 in the wake of the no move on interest rate hikes. look, i hope you listened to us yesterday on oil because look at this. we warned you the glut is still bloating. oil dropping below $42 today, settled at 41.92. right now it's at 42.11, so just slightly above that after the government reported a sur
FOX Business
Jan 26, 2017 3:00pm EST
torom king george to remindhe american colonists between the -- this is love-fest between the britain prime minister and theresa may. john stossel she said trump's election was distinct one driven by the voice of the people. she called a great victory. >> i'm excited. i'm certainly happen not to be somotherred in hillary bureaucrats for the next four years. some good things are happening. some good appointments. liz: she talked about being newly emboldened and in confident america is a good thing but the comment about nato, where she said sovereign nations shouldn't outsource their defense to america, almost dovetailed with donald trump what he has said where why are we spending outsized portion of money to float nato but then his own secretary of defense says we need nato? >> well, maybe we need nato but this is the case where i hope trump does what he says because why do we have 50,000 soldiers in japan, korea, germany? she says we're going to spend 2% of the gdp on defense. well we're spending more than twice that. we are carying the burden for the whole world and she is affluent c
FOX Business
Aug 26, 2016 3:00pm EDT
trump. and that is why you saw her do things like align herself with john mccain, george w. bush and even ted cruz by saying, you know, donald trump went after your father. ashley: right. >> so they clearly believe there is something to be gained by pursuing this strategy in this way, yes. >> just amazing, we're here in late august and hillary clinton is defending ted cruz's honor. >> right. ashley: which goes along perfectly with the nuttiness of this entire campaign. i'm been told we're out of time. busy news day but fascinating stuff. christie, rich lowery of "national review" thanks for being here. >>> let's get back to the markets. we have breaking news again on st. jude. we were told the stock is halted about the news of possibility of a hacking into their medical device cardiac device. that is not good. is adam shapiro available? reporter: yes. ashley: adam, what can you tell us? >> keep an eye. it will start trading a few seconds. this is from the chief technological officer. he said the allegations are absolutely untrue. st. jude medical which makes these devices we want
FOX Business
Mar 30, 2016 3:00pm EDT
strategist, ron christie republican strategist and former special assistant to former president george w. bush. i know you have shaking your head here, julie. what is trump thinking here? apparently taped interview with chris matthews for something that will air later on. he made the statement saying, yeah, i believe women should be punished if abortions were illegal and went ahead and did them. >> i don't know he is thinking anything. he has no filter. whatever comes into his head he says. there are a lot of people who probably agree with i am in republican primaries, you're committing a criminal act and a lot of republicans think you're taking a life and you should be punished for make taking a live. i don't think donald trump hasn't. ashley: does this help him in wisconsin. >> what i find fascinating it will hurt film general election he said thus far, men who facilitate illegal abortion under the scenario would not be punished. of course it many about as whole argument democrats effective make on war on women, a man helping woman to commit allegedly crime would have no penalty under
FOX Business
Sep 16, 2015 3:00pm EDT
jindal, george pataki and lindsey graham. part two, the main debate at 9:00 p.m. led by donald trump the front-runner and will include carly fiorina this time around. fox business correspondent blake burman is right there. he joins us from outside the reagan library where it will happen. blake, i have to tell you the breaking news is everyone says carly fiorina will and must take on donald trump. >> reporter: this is certainly a big moment for her, liz, no doubt about it. last time she was not in the top ten, not in the main debate, if you want to put it that way. she was in the undercard. but at that undercard debate she was able to rise up, gain a lot of traction, and now she is not in the top ten, in the top 11, they are expanding it because of carly fiorina. she told megyn kelly shareholder be huge name id for her, huge spot as well. the debate stage is set, carly fiorina will be off to the side a little bit. donald trump, jeb bush and dr. ben carson who had a major rise in the polls over the last five weeks or so, he told megyn kelly last night, his strategy not going to c
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