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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
Nov 8, 2016 3:00pm EST
dramatic shift in the balance of power. former senators byron dorgan and george allen, democrat and republicans are with us next which races you need to keep an eye on because they could be game-changers. we're live from the floor of the new york stock exchange. you have to be with "countdown." stay with us. ♪ whether it's bringing cutting-edge wifi to 35,000 fans... or keeping a hotel's guests connected. businesses count on communication, and communication counts on centurylink. [ male annnouncer ] with customink, you can design custom t-shirts and other great products for every occasion -- from the first day of school to game day and everything in between. with the best collection of styles and graphics to choose from, it's easy to go online and create custom t-shirts and more for all of life's events. ♪ [ all shouting ] get free shipping and on-time delivery guaranteed. go to customink.com to get started today. [aand i've never seen a rocketge ship take off like this. [owner] i'm lindsey. i'm the founder of ezpz. my accountant... ...he's almost like my dad in this weird way.
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
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
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
Aug 10, 2016 3:00pm EDT
in jessica urlich, a florida-based democratic strategist and ron cristy, former assistant to george w. bush. look, there are firestorms right and left but smack in the middle, guys, this is not a red or blue issue. this is babies born with brain damage and now a new study, jessica, that shows there will be severe joint deformities, and i see this. texas with 97 cases just had a baby die yesterday from zika. donald trump has a house in florida, so he's almost a second state resident there. this is a big deal, is it not, jessica? i'll give it to you first. >> yeah. no, absolutely. and i really as a floridian and someone who's living here in st. petersburg, i'm so glad that you're focusing on this, particularly today. i mean it's been one horrible situation after the next. and we've seen across the board republican and democrat from the state of florida our entire congressional delegation has actually been coming together. everyone from marco rubio to allen grayson calling on congress to actually come back early from recess because it is a tragedy that they did not come back during rec
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
Dec 23, 2014 3:00pm EST
their dow 18,000 holiday gifts. but will the cheer last into the new year? joining me now george young, and brian westbury. chief economist. thank you, both for being here. george, george, let me begin with you. can we keep this 18,000 -- we're holding it pretty well today. can we continue this rally into 2015? >> yes, we certainly can. one thing you have to remember, interest rates as everybody knows is at historic lows. that will fuel the market. we have small and mid-cap stocks. that hasn't done well. the larger cap is up 12%. next year, a lot of room for our stocks to grow. we remain optimistic. great values out there. ashley: brian, let me ask you. a number of reports out today. we've been talking a lot about housing. it's been stubbornly stuttering along. for want of a better expression. we know the gdp had us at 5% this last quarter which is quite phenomenal when you think about what is going on on the global level, what economic reports piqued your interest? >> clearly the gdp numbers in the middle of this year blew the doors off. we have data all over the place. one of t
FOX Business
Aug 4, 2017 3:00pm EDT
president george bush, richard painter and former assistant secretary of defense and retired navy pilot larry corb. welcome to you both. richard, what effect do the words that you heard, they were crystal clear, what effect will they have on the leakers? nothing up until now has. >> well, most of the leaks are not of classified information. those leaks are not illegal leaks and those are not the leaks that he is talking about. the attorney general is talking about leaks of classified information, and leaking classified information to anyone including to the press is a criminal offense, and they're right to prosecute that crime. now that should not be, once again, confused with other leaks of information that is not classified that happens to be embarrassing to the president or anyone else. that happens all the time and not the business of the justice department. the classified information, absolutely, cannot be leaked and those people should be going to jail. liz: what so far has been classified? because much of the leaking is who had dinner with whom with the president, or the pr
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
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
Jun 15, 2015 3:00pm EDT
george w. bush. maybe he recollected be focuses on economy and business which we know will be a key component in this election. will he do that in this speech? >> i'm not sure if he'll do that in this speech sixth time we've had a bush on the ballot for president. >> interrupt you and say that barbra bub his mom has just taken the podium she's there and no doubt that will add energy. >> good will among republicans certainly but notable that neither his father or brother are there. that is because as we said and everybody has pointed out he's trying to differentiate himself. don't forget raise raising close to $100 million on the back of the bush name. and question he needs at which point jeb bush own the fact that the reason he's there and hibt is there because he's part of a dynasty and asset for him, and you know you can't have half a loaf and jeb with exclamation point to some people and then bush name to become a front runner that is what is going on. >> what is about that jeb bush that keeps far right about him. i have trouble understanding that. >> look jeb bush was a successf
FOX Business
Sep 3, 2014 3:00pm EDT
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FOX Business
Feb 29, 2016 3:00pm EST
virginia hillary clinton will be speaking shortly at george mason university. why? well, because she is still lagging among younger voters who have been flocking to bernie sanders despite her big win this weekend in the south carolina primary. sanders still won the youth vote there, was one of the only demographics he did win, 54% to 46% according to fox news exit polls. and that has not stopped clinton from talking like a front runner simultaneously attacking her democratic rival and the republican front runner today. >> i do have a difference with my esteemed opponent who wants free college for everybody. first of all, that makes it really hard to control the costs. you've got to have some cost control in there because it's going up way too much. but i also will tell you i am not going to ask you to pay taxes to send donald trump's youngest kid free to college. >> reporter: so a twofer dig there for hillary clinton. you mentioned there are 600 odell gates up for grabs for the republicans, there are 865 up for grabs tomorrow for the democrats, about a third of the total needed to clip.
FOX Business
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
Feb 15, 2016 3:00pm EST
just jeb bush but also his brother former president george w bush who is now in south carolina to campaign for jeb bush. trump attacking former president bush for his leadership before or after 9/11. take a listen. >> we weren't safe. that was the greatest attack in the history of united states. worse than pearl harbor because it was individuals, attacked as individuals as opposed to the military. greatest single attack. so standing up there i'm thinking do i want to embarrass him? because b because i'm a nice person i didn't do it. but then when he used it another time, i had to say i'm sorry. but we weren't safe. >> and trump also going after the republican party itself today, cheryl. both in this press conference at an event earlier today in south carolina. he said that rnc is in default of the pledge, which is the pledge that donald trump made in the first fox news debate. saying that he would support the eventual republican nominee if it were not him. but with the caveat that the republican party had to be fair to him. now he's suggesting that the party is not being fair to h
FOX Business
Jul 28, 2017 3:00pm EDT
the new team mate jeter is enlisting for a grand slam bid that even george can't beat. don't miss it next on countdown ? yes. so let me ask you this... how does diabetes affect your heart? it doesn't, does it? actually, it does. type 2 diabetes can make you twice as likely to die from a cardiovascular event, like a heart attack or stroke. and with heart disease, your risk is even higher. you didn't know that. no. yeah. but, wait, there's good news for adults who have type 2 diabetes and heart disease. jardiance is the only type 2 diabetes pill with a lifesaving cardiovascular benefit. jardiance is proven to both significantly reduce the chance of dying from a cardiovascular event in adults who have type 2 diabetes and heart disease and lower your a1c. jardiance can cause serious side effects including dehydration. this may cause you to feel dizzy, faint, or lightheaded, or weak upon standing. ketoacidosis is a serious side effect that may be fatal. symptoms include nausea, vomiting, stomach pain, tiredness, and trouble breathing. stop taking jardiance and call your doctor right away
FOX Business
Oct 19, 2015 3:00pm EDT
attacks. >> i'm not blaming george bush, but i don't want jeb bush to say my brother kept us safe, because september 11th was one of the worst days in the history of this country. ♪ ♪ ♪ every insurance policy has a number. but not every insurance company understands the life behind it. for those who've served and the families who've supported them, we offer our best service in return. ♪ usaa. we know what it means to serve. get an insurance quote and see why 92% of our members plan to stay for life. ♪ so wi got a job!ews? i'll be programming at ge. oh i got a job too, at zazzies. (friends gasp) the app where you put fruit hats on animals? i love that! guys, i'll be writing code that helps machines communicate. (interrupting) i just zazzied you. (phone vibrates) look at it! (friends giggle) i can do dogs, hamsters, guinea pigs... you name it. i'm going to transform the way the world works. (proudly) i programmed that hat. and i can do casaba melons. i'll be helping turbines power cities. i put a turbine on a cat. (friends ooh and ahh) i can make hospitals run more efficie
FOX Business
Feb 24, 2016 3:00pm EST
to texas, george and north dakota, minnesota, nearly a dozen other states as white house hopefuls set their sights on the high-stakes supertuesday, blake berman has late breaking news on the campaign trail, for some endorsements and he is talking about a vice presidential candidate. >> donald trump said today at a speech, qualifications or qualities of what he would look for in a vice-presidential candidate and said someone who would be political, someone who would help him work the system and get lost through, donald trump is the outsider, he would want somebody with experience on the inside. so long for the days of campaigning county by county. we are on to supertuesday where candidates go state-by-state, 12 states all over the map, many are in the south, donald trump ventures with a bead on the delegates scoreboard, the momentum following three straight victories, trump will campaign in the upcoming days that he was at pat robertson's regent university in virginia where he held the town hall type session. he was still celebrating last night's win. >> we have a really extraordinary
FOX Business
Feb 1, 2017 3:00pm EST
. roger goodell confirming just minutes ago that the former u.s. president george hw bush will be this year's honorary coin flip or during super bowl 51. as you know he had been bedridden along with his wife. when they are getting better. now guess what. on the other hand he just wrapped up his annual super bowl news conference. it's known as a state of the nfl. this is moments ago. downtown houston. he ripped through a whole bunch of ideas that the nfl is kicking around to help make it a little bit more action-packed. would we bring the surface tablet. look at the clock. the moment an extra point is kicked. then we don't have unnecessary delays. we think wcan do it. this is atlanta falcons. for super bowl 51. and we happen to have one of those nfl owners here. and by the way his team is playing in super bowl 51. we are thrilled to have you here. it's just days before the big moment. what is on your mind about the state of the business of the nfl as an owner is at the top of the moment. i think the leak is in a very good position. safety. they are handling the proper way with all
FOX Business
Nov 10, 2016 3:00pm EST
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FOX Business
Jan 19, 2017 3:00pm EST
right away. ask your doctor about cialis. >> we need to get you the update on the condition of george hw bush. the former president is in stable condition in the icu. the intensive care unit of houston methodist hospital. his wife who was also hospitalized and diagnosed with a case of bronchitis she has been given antibiotics and feels 1000% better. they are planning to forgo the inauguration ceremonies due to the illness. they said that he understands. i don't know how this is happening but it's happening as it says last day to my house it just announced that the president is granting 330 additional commutations after already grand jury --dash make granting or than any other president in history. the entire family was out of the white house. kevin corke is standing by at the white house on what i in the details on the move but first let's get to the commutations and who are receiving them. >> it is truly fascinating first things first. i'm just gonna read you a few numbers if you will indulge me. they were issued by president obama and that includes those that have been sentenced to lif
FOX Business
Jan 13, 2017 3:00pm EST
, right? >> there you go. there you go. i blame opec and the federal reserve on and george bush. liberals have done it for years. might as well blame the down trend on george bush, right? it is about opec. there was fake news on opec overnight. people were saying opec is not complying, unnamed opec sources. from what we're seeing opec compliance may have been the best ever seen in history. might be over 100%. could be 110%. that is big news. saudi arabia really cut. liz: gentlemen, thank you very much. we have some breaking news. that first step by the house of representatives to repeal and replace obamacare has just passed. one of the men who voted, dr. tim murphy, he is a republican representative. he is standing by. he is going to join me in just a moment. what gives him extra heft? he's a doctor. i'm going to ask, will doctors be happy with whatever replaces obamacare? don't go away. rodney and his new business. he teaches lessons to stanley... and that's kind of it right now. but rodney knew just what to do...he got quickbooks. it organizes all his accounts, so he knows whe
FOX Business
Mar 24, 2015 3:00pm EDT
show you, there's no place like home. george young, valair balance fund portfolio manager, they're both here to tell you how to play the u.s. ec with ity markets for the -- equity markets for the long haul. you and i have talked emerging markets, but you're telling me, wait a minute, not so fast on waiting on the u.s. >> that's exactly right. a lot of investors right now are turning bearish on the u.s. because they're seeing a bad run of dollar, good opportunities, and we agree with that overseas. what we're saying to our clients is there are very good opportunities here in the u.s. we're about to experience a resurgence in business investment. cheryl: george, he kind of alluded to this, the data. new home sales today actually pretty strong in theory, but you've also got the threat of the fed and the interest rate hike and the dollar which he also mentions hurting earnings. everyone's telling us that's going to be an issue. how do i protect myself against that? >> say domestic. we think it's pretty simple. we've been domestic for a long time in our villere balance fund, and we thin
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
FOX Business
Oct 16, 2017 3:00pm EDT
company george peterson is our insurance broker hanover is the insurance company they called me on monday. they had been wonderful. i can tell you how many complaints we get. not specifically from the fire but they are trying to dodge it. so congratulations. i think that is great. let's talk about the future. are you planning to rebuild on the same site. or are you down for the count at the moment. were not really sure what were going to do. we are still trying to figure out with our landlord what the next move will be. if it is not on the same site we will build it somewhere else or take over another space. aside from that you have the bird and the bottle. if a couple other restaurants. what was the most valuable thing t realistically was a certain expensive wine that you lost. i would say it's more sentimental things. we did get into the site and we were going to do the wreckage and we found the horse shoe that horseshoe that was with the building. and it was over the back door. what are they saying right now. everyone now is just trained to be grateful that everyone is safe. som
FOX Business
Sep 15, 2015 3:00pm EDT
and ceo of crowd strike, his name is george, you have got to hear what he has to say, along with the former director of the cia, ambassador james woolsey. >>> donald trump set to make a major foreign policy speech tonight. how will he verbally attack china over this very issue with the cyberspies? it will resonate with undecided voters? we are all over the markets, all over the story of our nation's security and less than an hour to the closing bell. so let's start the "countdown." >> we begin with breaking news. yes, we have a major rally on our hands, but it is the addiction to the internet that is going to cause problems when it comes to being vulnerable to major cyberattacks from hackers that are sponsored by so-called nation states. call it what it is, china and to a lesser extent russia. nefarious characters zeroing in on the personal data of corporations and government employees all for the purpose of blackmail. remember when in 2013, the store chain target was hacked. we had an estimated breach of 40 million customers' credit and debit card information was exposed. earlier th
FOX Business
Dec 7, 2015 3:00pm EST
dorgan and george la muse joining us on "countdown" lemieux. >> that is great deal of risk for us. if we don't protect the border i don't think we can defend the country. i use what's already inside me to reach my goals. so i liked when my doctor told me i may reach my blood sugar and a1c goals by activating what's within me. with once-weekly trulicity. trulicity is not insulin. it helps activate my body to do what it's supposed to do release its own insulin. trulicity responds when my blood sugar rises. i take it once a week, and it works 24/7. it comes in an easy-to-use pen and i may even lose a little weight. trulicity is a once-weekly injectable prescription medicine to improve blood sugar in adults with type 2 diabetes. it should be used along with diet and exercise. trulicity is not recommended as the first medicine to treat diabetes and should not be used by people with severe stomach or intestinal problems, or people with type i diabetes or diabetic ketoacidosis. trulicity is not insulin and has not been studied with long-acting insulin. do not take trulicity if you or any
FOX Business
Feb 17, 2014 3:00pm EST
billion bet against the s&p by george soros sandra: no time for trading today. david: good day to plan out strategy. taxes will be paid soon. time for the front page headlines. former aig boss hank greenberg, and his firm starr investment holdings reached an agreement to by the health care services business multiplan from two private equity companies. the deal is reportedly worth about $4.4 billion. sandra: the british serious fraud office says it plans to file criminal charges against three former barclays employees. those charges relate toed alleged manipulation of global interest rates. david: online streaming service spotify looks like it is getting ready for an ipo they are recruiting a specialist in u.s. financial reporting. spotify is declining to say whether a deal is in the cards. sandra: the world's oldest bitcoin exchange says the fix is in hand for glitches that prevented customers from withdrawing fund for more than a week. it says withdrawals at moderated pace can resume soon. david: japan's economy grew at much slower rate than expected at the end of last year. expa
FOX Business
Feb 18, 2014 3:00pm EST
: closing bell ringing in 17 minutes. billionaire george soros making head laurens by doubling -- headlines by doubling down on his bet against the s&p 500. he's a bear. but then a whole group of other fund managers are doing the exact opposite. they are believers in u.s. we equities. in a moment, which one's right? we're going to ask a really smart guy with more than three billion in assets under management whether he believes one side is right over the other. and when traders are in overdrive in either part of the country, a financial crisis, it3 may look like they are on top of their game, but it turns out the opposite may be true. they could even worsen financial crises. how could we learn from this? we are going to explain next. ♪ ♪ [ telephone rings ] [ shirley ] edward jones. [ male annncer ] with nearly 7 million investors... oh hey, neill, how are you? [ male announcer ...you'd eect to have a highly skilled call center. kevin,eill holley's on line one. okgreat. [ male announcer ] and we do. it's how edward jones makes sense of investing. [ male announcer ] and we d
FOX Business
Nov 3, 2015 3:00pm EST
huge. liz: george bush started spending and barack obama took that baton, correct, donald marron? >> it was multiple factors. peak forecast that showed the surpluses were at the peak of the bubble. when the economy turned down that brought back deficits by itself and made bigger by tax cuts and spending. liz: you can't control the headlines, you never know. great to have you all. this has been a great team. i want you all back, pete hoekstra, don marron, thank you so much. peter schiff, a pleasure to have all of you. please, make sure, you all agree fox business is going to kill it, right? >> the bar is pretty low at this point. [ laughter ] >> that is true! our bar is very high, yours should be, too. set your clocks or calendars, tivos, dvr's for november 10th, the next republican presidential debate it will be on fox business, trish, sandra, maria, neil. >> and you should have been there. liz: we will, team "countdown" is going to do the two hours leading up to the closing bell and then lou and neil, maria, we're all going to be there, everyone here has unbelievable experience,
FOX Business
Oct 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
Jun 26, 2017 3:00pm EDT
this guy. we're talking about josÉ moss. if it says in the banner moss, that's his father was george. now, why are these people prominent? they're two of the most prominent cuban businessmen in south florida. worth about $2.5 billion. his father started one of the biggest cuban refugee organizations. died about ten years ago. left the family business to his son. ran something called mass tech and a bunch of private equity timbers firms. they from what we understand, in the one of the things that makes him appealing, jeb bush, again, does not have the money. romney has some of the money but not enough of the money. he cannot literally put down a billion dollars and buy the team. he can write the check if he has. not saying he will. i think there's a likelihood. liz: why wouldn't he want derek jeter by his side? >> what we understand is this. he's going to offer a minority stake to jeter and his group. i think the one problem that jeter's going to have with that is that it's unlikely he's going to play a major management role in the company -- in the team. that it will be josÉ moss' c
FOX Business
Oct 1, 2014 3:00pm EDT
happening? >> it sounded like a robert ludland, stephen king and george orwell novel all in one. this was in the cards, once we got out of september, i was surprised we got more of a bump in september. i don't think we're going on see a 10% correction, we caught the market oversold. liz: hold on, hold on. we're in correction mode for the russell 2000. 1087 for the small cap index, russell 2000, we're at 1086 right now. >> we are with the russell. i don't believe that's going to lead the larger indices down. i could be wrong, that's the problem with the valuation of the heavier weighted stocks. i believe we are vastly oversold. we could go down further. that's for sure. once the market settles down, figures out that the rest of north america is not going to come down with the ebola virus and go back to fundamental planning and pick up to values we see on the short-term basis, we'll hit bottom and reverse back up. liz: as back as a robert ludland novel. when you are looking at data that wasn't that bad, and bad news is now back to being good news and good news back to being bad news fro
FOX Business
Dec 22, 2014 3:00pm EST
. everyone from the writer's guild to george clooney say that by allowing a rogue nation to determine how and when a movie is released stops freedom of creativity. dish emerged as a possible outlet. they declined. as for competitors, sources tell fox business that directv will not be offering the movie. we should also add that dish network is currently in a dispute with fox. what is next for this sony saga, what do us companies need to do? searcher watching that and saying, that better not be us when it comes to those attacks. joining us now gary miliefsky, he's snoopwall's ceo. peter barnes is live in the washington. this has gone inside and outsides the beltway. also joining us is jason, he's yak man asset manager. he has owned dish. knows the company inside and out. first to you, gary. obviously sony at this point is saying, you know what, we've got to get this movie out. this is way bigger than losing money. we're not afraid. going to figure out a way, but dish backed out. why do you think that happened? >> liz, too many companies are afraid of liability. (?) right now we're all blink
FOX Business
May 8, 2015 3:00pm EDT
week. and scottie george at the imex. big news out of washington. the nuclear arms race is heating up in the middle east. the wall street journal reporting that saudi arabia is gearing up to match iran's nuclear strength. as the us attempts to negotiate a deal to curb iran's nuclear program. its rivals are trying to keep up with iran. does this move throw a wrench in us efforts to broker a deal to create a nuclear-free region? peter barnes joining us in washington with more details. >> there are growing calls within saudi arabia to match iran's nuclear program which could lead to a nuclear bomb some day. a call that could mean a new arms race in the middle east. the journal quoted one former saudi military officer as saying, quote, our leaders will never allow iran to have a nuclear weapon while we don't. if iran declares a nuclear weapon, we can't afford to wait 30 years more for our own. we should be able to declare ours within a week. in a conference call with reporters this morning, former state department official john now with cis said he doubted the saudis would move any tim
FOX Business
Dec 30, 2016 3:00pm EST
george w. bush al hubbard. this all comes on donald trump focuses on rounding out his cabinet with nominations. here are the last two to fill, secretary of agriculture and the secretary of veterans affairs. blake burman is standing by live in washington, d.c. to give us the latest details on not just trump's meetings today, his celebration plans tomorrow and this breaking news where he's complimenting vladimir putin. >> reporter: yes. and the president-elect, liz, he will have one final holiday weekend at the florida transition headquarters, that being mar-a-lago, before he makes his way back up your way in new york for the final weeks of the transition here. the interviews are continuing today, a little bit of a quieter day, but there are still several key cabinet slots to be filled. among them, the head of veterans affairses and the the president of agriculture, and several of the folks who have been walking into mar-a-lago or who are expected to in the next few hours appear to be folks who could be on that list for the ag secretary. no time frame on when those picks might be com
FOX Business
Nov 14, 2017 3:00pm EST
blackstone, george roberts of kkr, buffett, they're paying lower than what at least the house plan for people who make $200,000 and under are paying. those guys, $200,000 and under which isn't that much if you live in new york or one of higher tax states, they're paying 25%. the billionaires under this carried loophole, and we can put it up because it's a very stark example of the wealthy paying a lot less in that way, is 20%. but one very important person is in total agreement with you, apparently, and that's president trump. have you said anything to your senate compatriots on the gop side about that? hey, didn't the president say that he wants this gone to make it fair? >> you know, i've been carrying this legislation to close the carried interest loophole -- liz: for a while, yeah. >> -- for years. so this is a long-term fight for me. and i have to say, i welcomed the news when candidate trump said that this was a loophole he wanted to close. and i am urging my republican colleagues, join me in helping president trump keep his promise on closing this tax loophole. it is obviously u
FOX Business
Nov 11, 2015 3:00pm EST
. >> listen to this, the woman who inherited george washington's wallet isn't related to george washington, isn't necessarily an historian but could get $100,000 we found out because we had it appraised and authenticated and could improve her life substantially. she goes to the senior center, doesn't live at senior center but she's a vip, but she won't sell, liz, it could improve her life and buy her a new condo in florida, she won't sell, it means that much to be the family that's been the custodian all these years. liz: that's important, george washington our first veteran. >> he was. we're having four episodes and i have a guy who inherited a goldmine. he had no idea until we tested the gold in the abandoned mine and found out it is worth a goldmine. liz: can't wait! >> four episodes, 9:00 to 11:00. liz: you're a star. >> thank you. liz: tune into season 2 on the fox business network. we'll be right back. s&p still down about five points. . . opportunities aren't always obvious. sometimes they just drop in. cme group can help you navigate risks and capture opportunities. we enable you t
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Feb 7, 2017 3:00pm EST
in seattle, a judge appointed by george bush, and that judge blocked donald trump's executive order from banning some non-u.s. citizens from entering the country. the quote that some of us found telling, a bunch of them. we put this up -- but with less than three hours before the san francisco appeals court begins hearing, trump's own homeland security chief hours ago said he would have delayed the rollout. >> the desire was to get it out. the thinking was to set it out quick, so that potentially people that might be coming here to harm us would not take advantage of a period of time they could jump on an airplane and get here, or get here in other ways, so that was the thinking. in retrospect, should i have -- this is all on me, by the way -- should have delayed it just a bit. trish: should have delayed it just a bit. does this hurt the president's side of the case tonight? i'm joined by ambassador robert jordan, former ambassador to saudi arabia, one of the countries not listed in the ban. he's the author of desert diplomat, and ron hera, professor of outsourcing america, a premie
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
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
Mar 12, 2014 3:00pm EDT
and george soros, don't order this stuff either. these guys -- >> never drank any of this stuff. liz: just a trade for them. carl icahn is a smart guy, so is george soros, that is why they are billionaires'. this is something, the company has always been up front how they do it, they have assembly lines. >> just to play double's at the cut he will say if you look at what they report on a quarterly findings and their official statements to figure out between the distributor almost impossible to figure out between the distributor and real sales. they don't break it down to that level. we should point out herbal life is a new york stock exchange traded company audited by one of the major auditing firms, accounting firms. there are a lot of eyeballs on this. bernie madoff ran a private hedge fund. this is not a stock for the faint of heart. stock is coming and people are digesting this, and they close the company down. more to be written on this. liz: can't wait till they come back and say we have got nothing. >> if they do this it will go up. liz: charlie gasparino breaking that news. g
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
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
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Nov 13, 2017 3:00pm EST
ben & jerry's ice cream founder. the fashion designer. george soros. and stephen rockefeller. they all got together and put this letter together as a group of wealthy individuals and they sent it to congress. they told the gop hey you are making a mistake don't cut our taxes particularly during the time when it's at an all-time high. here to weigh in isn't bert wealthy guy. he is the chairman of forbes media. let me guess you were are not on that letter list. people should not feel guilty about the fact that they have a resources because those re- forces are how they get hired standard of living. and what ronald reagan understood was when you lower tax rates on people who invest that helps the economy when you lower tax rates on people that consume it helps. instead of placing the class warfare. one of the people who signed the letter the former big executive of course american airlines wrote quite simply this is the dumbest thing in the world to give wealthy people a tax cut with such a huge deficit. you completely disagree with this. if you want to deal with washington and the fi
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Aug 2, 2017 3:00pm EDT
to is the study from george borja off and he went back and re-examined and opened up the old data and talked about how it actually did reduce wages. they have done enormous an enormous amount of research on this as had the u.s. civil rights commission. and so on and so forth. the recent study said that as much as $300 billion per year may be lost as part of the current immigration systems. at the end of the day why do special interests want to bring in more low skilled workers. if you get to answer the question. i named the studies. glenn i named the studies. the new york times can hire all of the workers they head from other countries. it is happening in our country. maybe a time we have compassion for american workers. president trump has met with american workers. ask them how this is affecting their lives. the americans might otherwise if you look at that. if you bring in the low skilled labor. there is a labor shortage for lower skilled jobs. there isn't. the number of people living in the united states in the working agent. it's at a record high. one in four americans between th
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Jan 17, 2017 3:00pm EST
complexities are going to become reality, realizing that abraham lincoln, george washington, no one can add much added impetus to all of the complexities we have in our economy, so therefore, yeah -- liz: it's a long, long process, especially when you get to things like unwinding brexit and doing corporate tax reform. how is her speech being received? >> i think her speech is still very much unclear, people don't know how the reaction would be from brussels. i disagree with one of the guys that day trading isn't the thing you want to do. day trading is the place you want it to be. you want to trade the volatility. >> good luck, good luck. good luck, good luck. liz: one of the best floor shows in a long time. >> don't do it! >> liz, i have a question for you, the trump rally and once he's in office the market sells off. liz: historically -- >> is it really a trump rally? liz: that tends to happen and we get down to nuts and bolts. >> exactly. liz: and see if there is steak behind the sizzle when it comes to the promises. guys, thank you very much, our thanks to you. so to donald trump's
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Mar 24, 2017 3:00pm EDT
well, former special assistant to president george w. bush here. mr. christy, tommy thompson said here earlier today, the former health and human services secretary, it is embarassment and paul ryan and all republicans if this health care bill is not moved on to senate. would you agree. >> i would agree. republicans had seven 1/2 years to give us honor, privilege and govern first thing we do will repeal obamacare. they had the white house, the senate, the house, they had every opportunity to work to iron the deal out with republicans and democrat. what do they do? nothing? it is fratricide. republicans are shooting at each other. this is not what american people look for when they say they want republican leadership. ashley: go to richard, to ron's point, seven 1/2 years blasting obamacare. of course donald trump winning presidency, much on getting obamacare replaced and as he said put in something that really works for the american people. here we are, to this point today, from your perspective, what's your thoughts on that, democrats sitting back and kind ever giggling to themse
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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
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