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FOX Business
Aug 8, 2013 3:00pm EDT
hedge fund billionaire, dan loeb taking it on the chin from george clooney. it's a story we've been following from the very beginning. "countdown to the closing bell" starts right now. ♪ liz: good afternoon, everybody. i'm liz claman, the last hour of trading with a couple major stock stories developing right now including breaking news. first, let's get to the report that sorros fund, george soros, the billionaire, and his management fund is pulling out all the money they have in bill akman's persing square fund. that's about 250 million, maybe a little less, but needless to say, it's stemming from the fact that bill akman asked the fcc, and, by the way, charlie was first to report on this, has asked the fcc to look into possible collusion when it comes to companies and funds going long. herbal life, herbal life stock moving higher by 2% right now, but there's a lot of bad blood now between the soros fund and akman fund. watch it closely. more on this in a moment. hedge fund heavy weight bill akman turning up here on jcpenney frustrated with the retailer's performance, and he wan
FOX Business
Apr 26, 2013 3:00pm EDT
yesterday, we broke the news that george was jumping in as a passive investor. he was buying a big percentage of the company for jcpenney. the stock up to about 7% in aftermarket session. today, it looked good. right now it is up 13.75%. it appears to be about 45 billion shares. value adding the companies arctic cap now at 3 billion. this is interesting to me right now. as we see, we have a bigger jump, charlie, in just the last half an hour or so. maybe half the world woke up. charlie: it was yesterday. liz: yesterday after the bell. it opened more nicely at the start today. charlie: that is good for ackman. liz: all of a sudden it was up. almost 14% right now. okay. charlie: that is good for ackman. maybe there is some value here. liz: okay. there is value in your next story. it is exclusive and it is breaking. charlie: there is a reason why a lot of people inside sec capital -- if you are in a hedge fund, you can only pull your money out at certain periods of time. the last one was in february. the next one is mid-may. a lot of investors are looking at that wondering if they sho
FOX Business
Sep 18, 2013 3:00pm EDT
favorite person in the fed is esther george. esther george is the one dissenter. if he had his way it would be the way she had it to begin at least, beginning to taper. it did catch a lot of people by surprise. nicole petallides at the new york stock exchange, we only have to look at two indices to see what a shocking surprise it was. one is the 10-year yield which immediately began to go down. interest rates crashed as bernanke announced he would print more money. of course printing more money means the price of the dollar falls and price of gold skyrockets. at one point, i kind of lost track how much gold has gone up right now. look at this, 16 basis points drop for the yield on the 10-year. >> dave, you got it all right and what we saw were the indices moving to record highs. analysts on wall street were taken aback, right? they didn't expect this move here. obviously we have our fed head looking to fiscal policy and showing his worries about that and -- david: nicole, forgive me for interrupting, we're looking at $57, put gold on there, $57.50 right now. this has to be one of the bigges
FOX Business
Feb 14, 2013 3:00pm EST
george apollo lem men, and he's not really a private equity guy. he operates and runs and will own businesses to his death, such as -- liz: they -- >> caller: i think some of the owners that went into that deal that may sell. one thing i can assure you is that we will own our interests and maybe even larger interest overtime in heinz, and my guess is george apollo, i'm almost sure, will be our partner forever on that. liz: okay. so -- >> caller: this is not a -- this is not a private equity deal. it has certain things that make it look like it, but it's not a private equity deal. this is an operational business deal. liz: no discussion about shining it up and then flipping it back to being publicly traded? >> caller: no way that i would -- we are putting some money in it, but not taking money out. liz: okay. i figured that's not the way you do business. >> caller: no, no. liz: again, obviously, people talked about it, it's not the first time you've been in food. you bought shares of kraft, and critical of them for selling the pizza business to buy cadbury. are you as critical in re
FOX Business
Jun 12, 2013 3:00pm EDT
george, known him for years. he runs the firm she is going to. she will be completely reduced. point to be a chinese wall. on any sac business, not joining until september, up leaves the u.s. attorney's office said the end of this month, but i'm telling you. liz: how much do you want to bet she is leaving today. there will not let her continue to state. >> reporter: we contacted her. no comment. she did tell my assistant, my producer that she is recusing herself from any sac matter. i'm just telling you this, there is no such thing as a complete recusal. why is the higher heart? he runs not one of these firms that pitches stories on new products or something amorphous. he is a crisis communications firm. so you go to him so he can help his clients which by the way, namely a lot of hedge funds and financial players dealing with crises. that is why they're bringing in there. i think george and allen because i know both of them, smart enough to navigate this thing. a lot of gray area. what they can and cannot do. obviously she knows she has confidentiality. you cannot be talking about i
FOX Business
Aug 20, 2012 3:29pm EDT
increase in the price of gold. liz: george soros and john paulson, two billionaires, have just released their 13f filings, and they've been pouring a ton of money into the spider etf, the gold etf, the exchange-traded fund. tell me why your stock, fand, is a better deal at $10 a share than buying into the spieder? if those guys are the smart money, why shouldn't i be doing what they're doing instead of putting it into their stock? >> if you want to take a long-term bet on gold, spider is a good thing to do, but if gold doesn't go up, you don't make money. if there's expiration upside at the mine, gold doesn't need to go up a lot to make a lot of money. liz: what was your first job? you're only33. >> my first job was a life guard, but in business, doing mergers and acquisitions, and when i was 26, i was cfo of a multibillion dollar company. liz: nolan watson at sandstorm gold, ceo and president. good luck, thanks very much. >>> closing bell ringing in 17 minutes, we're bringing back jason pride, he's got some stock picks including one company he calls the poster child for big dividends,
FOX Business
Apr 17, 2013 3:00pm EDT
charges against steve:becomes very slim because of the statute of limitations. these civil cases george if the judges force the firms to force wrongdoing there will be a massive backlog with no more settlements. cheryl: we love it good stuff closing bell will ring in 16 minutes american airlines forced to ground the entire fleet yesterday we will look at the impact. the volatility index up 40% in three sessions. are you worried? we have a guest who says no further than the housing market. check out the top cities that people are moving to. ♪ it's a brand new start. your chance to rise and shine. with centurylink as your trusted technology partner, you can do just that. with our visionary cloud infrastructure, global broadband network and custom communications solutions, your business is more reliable -ecure - agile. and with responsive, dedicated support, we help you shine every day of the week. cheryl: american airlines selling more than two-thirds of scheduled flight after a computer system from boarding passes to determining how much fuel to put into the plane. today they say operatio
FOX Business
Sep 23, 2013 3:00pm EDT
wk, liz. the cacophony continues. boston, cleveland, esther george willpeak again from the kansas city fed, governor stein speaks, minneapolis speaks, charlie evans fm the chicago -- liz: they don't have defend anything except at they have kept in place for perhaps too long without having said from theeginning there is an expiration date on this, and we'll decide when it is, but don't expect anything. >> reporter: yeah. liz: the fact is, that's the biggest problem, i think, people just expected this t go on forever. >> reporter: and this get toss the credibility -- get toss the credibility question. they never promised, but they sure dropped a lot of hints about it. now, you know, what are we supposed to believe as they continue to yell about all this stuff? liz: mishandled, okay? not telegraed pperly over the long term. peter, thank you veryuch. you have six more of these. okay, closing bell ringing in 38 minutes as we've been speaking and telling you about. blackberry is in quite a stew, and it is now going private. what once was an $81 billion company now just a mere shell of i
FOX Business
Apr 29, 2013 3:00pm EDT
operations, help pay down debt. we note jcpenney's has been ogling. ron johnson is out as ceo. george soros, now the fourth largest stakeholder in jcpenney. they are working on bringing this back. liz: here we are at the milken global conference. this is truly the gathering of the world most successful people in investment, in finance, also overall. many big thinkers here as well as world leaders. my next guest, we really wanted him on. he knows an awful lot. he will give us a window into how the truly wealthy invest right now. he is ubs global head of investment. he is joining now. more than 2 trillion. people want that window in the house. still hoarding the cash on the sidelines or calling you up more and more saying let's put it to work. >> more and more people talk about putting it to work. in the 130 billion that we invest discretion only, we are definitely moving more overweight inequities. you have to get comfortable with tina. there is no alternative. over the longer term, inflating asset prices and you have to participate to equities. our wealthier clients do not like the volatili
FOX Business
Nov 12, 2013 3:00pm EST
, by the way, george w. bush who appointed ben bernanke who was more of an academic. >> right. it's interesting. i just think that larry's game right now, larry's play is, you know, he created a great firm, blackrock. he's not slowing down. we do -- we do know he still keeps the heavy traveling schedule. he does need a succession plan, he's not going to do it forever, and what a lot of people believe, people who are friends with him, the transition is leave blackrock and still become treasury secretary, and that's why he is supporting clinton. here's where we are right now. things could change, it's always in flux, be that's the -- but that's the early betting, hillary v. christie, and it's langone v. blankfein and -- liz: that's one heavy -- >> and they all converse every day in -- liz: don't rat them out. thank you very much. >> we didn't talk about the new york stock exchange today. liz: i know. shall we save it up for tomorrow? >> you know, our twitter page was going nuts about -- what do they say? liz: don't get trapped by fox. >> who said that? on nyse flak -- liz: a person to
FOX Business
Dec 12, 2012 3:00pm EST
becomes bad news for housing, which has been the key for the economy. liz: george, let's bring you in here. did anything surprise you about what we saw today? what happens and how the fed behaves to a 6.5% unemployment rate is what ben bernanke said is historic, is it not? >> the fact that they keep having to come back and do it, the fact they keep going back is the problem is not resolved. it is being put on because they needed more help. liz: we all know that, but the government trade, the fed has pushed people into riskier assets, but are those riskier assets giving us as much yield any more? corporate bonds have done it crowdeacrowded trade. if you look at the corporate, the yield is just slightly below the s&p, so i spent people go into equities? >> or the worst risk is liquidy where people think the opportunity is cash next to nothing. liz: what we have here, dividend yields, 1.85%. >> at the end of the day the goal is to force people out to sponsor the natural habitats. will people really want to part with their money? liz: is there an unintended consequence with inflation?
FOX Business
Sep 25, 2013 3:00pm EDT
. george soros likes it at the moment. black men got out. you see these people trying to gain some type of move. he knows it is going to happen. a tough day today. >> reporter: absolutely is. a lot of short selling at as well. that is another port. liz: nicole petallides watching j.c. penney and so much more for us on the floor of the new york stock exchange. right now we have a broad sell-off on our hands. there are a couple of bright spots. less talk about those. the energy sector looks good. the floor show, nyse-listed cme, and the nymex. this job to you. to what do we attribute this, especially when we are getting inventory numbers every wednesday. one made this a one story and today they say a different one. >> as always, you have to wade through some of the emperor nation and see whether july's. as i spoke last week, technically once we settled below 10480, the market is somewhat of a downtrend. to have dollars lower in crude-oil. the products, heating oil both took a pounding the first couple of days. they found their footing. today was an option exploration day. some of the
FOX Business
Oct 8, 2013 3:00pm EDT
george soros look and see some type of diamond in the rough? >> no, what they saw was the performance was clearly lag, and they saw an opportunity if they could fix it to leverage up some gains for tear portfolios. -- their portfolios. the problem is the solution, to bring in mr. johnson from apple, was completely the wrong solution. that gentleman, for whatever he did at apple, came to jcpenneys with the answers before he even knew the questions to and was allowed by that board to run amok over a full year and has destroyed much of what they built -- liz: was ron johnson not given enough time? >> ron johnson was given more than enough time. liz: i'm just wonder, they tried to get other people in, and have you been offered the jobsome. >> no, i'm much too old for that. much too old. [laughter] liz: was this happening with the consumer as we head into the holiday shopping season, can jcpenney become a viable option with joe fresh? they have freshened up some of their options for consumers. >> i think the whole retail season for the holiday scene is going to be subdued, fran
FOX Business
Dec 17, 2013 3:00pm EST
78.50. so you have carl icahn and george soros cheering while ackman is not too happy, i'm sure. that being said, let's move on to vitamins gnc holdings, probably should take a close eye on pfizer as well, and this is all on research here by the analysts' research findings of internal medicine. talk about vitamins and you know what? they say? you know what? vitamins are not worth it. as a matter of fact, not only do they not benefit you, but also they can be harmful according to this study. they said it does nothing to show that it slows your cognitive memory at all in addition to the fact other things -- it doesn't prevent heart attacks or cancer or chest pains or even prevent you from going to the hospital. so a whole study says forget spending your money on vitamins. back to you. liz: thank you very much. i know, i looked at my red rice yeast and wondered, should i take it? >> reporter: i don't know, did you take it? liz: yes. [laughter] okay, thank you, nicole. looks like there is a new sky high power player in the aviation business. listen, this was a big surprise. they kept it v
FOX Business
Nov 5, 2012 3:00pm EST
next event. it is here in northern virginia, george mason university. governor romney is barnstorming through four key battleground states today. started out in florida this morning. he's making two stops here in virginia. this is his second one. then we go on to ohio and then he finishes up tonight in new hampshire with a victory concert with kid rock. but we have learned that governor romney will now actually be campaigning tomorrow on election day. this is not totally unprecedented. he's going to go to the cleveland area and the pittsburgh area, back to ohio, and of course to the key battleground state now of pennsylvania. in more get out the vote events. he's not going to be really having campaign type rallies in those states. but turnout is now critical to the romney campaign. governor romney wants to make sure that he gets every supporter out to vote tomorrow. this is not unprecedented. governor -- excuse me, then senator obama when he was running for president, campaigned on election day in indiana in 2008. liz, back to you, from the romney bus. liz: from the bus, which -- you
FOX Business
Aug 19, 2013 3:00pm EDT
the loan, and then, you know, infusion money, supposedly from george soros, but this company is burning cash to the point where there was apparently, untrue, but the rumor that cit, and it was in published reports, cit, the commercial lender, was halting lending for some of the shipments to jcpenney, frightening the market terribly on the day a couple weeks ago on the day it came out; right? >> yes, it did, and i think part of it had to do with letters of credit that was actually posted with -- according to news reports that we read that was posted with cit, and, actually, we noticed that the company's letters of credit balance had increased significantly from about 150 million a year ago to about 469 million at the end of the first quarter. they could be putting these letters of credit out there to give assurance to the vendors, so for the moment, i think that stayed in place. liz: let's cut to the chase here, mary. are they paying their bills? >> yes, they are. we do keep in touch with vendors, and they are paying their bills on time. liz: okay. >> none of the vendors at this
FOX Business
Jun 19, 2013 3:00pm EDT
did not want to answer that question. spring in our power right now. a lot of questions. george with me again. stuart freeman with me from wells fargo and our good friend. want to start with you and pick up on something that i asked peter. that was about the demeanor of the fed chairman. you notice something and how he spoke to the press that you have not seen before. >> well, it felt much more hawkish. in other words, optimistic. much more guarded and more inclined to enter on the side of wanting more easing. fell like there was a transition starting to form. could be a function that maybe he is preparing to leave the post, it was not answered and i think it is a good point. could be the need to set the stage for eventually tapering down things. cheryl: you were saying that the way that his voice was quivering a little bit here and there, we have heard that from him before, but maybe he knows he has are really -- to strike a balance between tapering in getting the market's torrid. economic hawkish guys out there that he is going to start to pull back to send. >> the thing is i
FOX Business
Aug 6, 2013 3:00pm EDT
verbal battle between george clooney and the high-stakes scuffle over the future of sony. movie business versus big money. we have the details on the comeback. if you've got it, you know how hard it can be to breathe and man, you know how that feels. 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. you know, spiriva 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 probms, glaucoma, trouble urinating, or an enlarged prostate. these may worsen with spiriva. discuss all medicines you takeeven eye drops. stop taking spiriva and seek immediate medical help if your breathing suddenly worsens, your throat or tongue swells, you get hives, vision anges or eye pain, or problems passing urine. other side effects include dry mouth and constipation. nothing can reverse copd. spiva helps me breathe better. does breathing with copd weigh you down? don't
FOX Business
Apr 9, 2013 3:00pm EDT
. joining us now in a fox business exclusive from boston is new generation research founder george putnam who writes the turn around letter. he's the editor of it. and, boy, aptly named, george, congratulations on the call. >> thank you very much, liz. liz: well, more interested in what you see on the horizon as it pertains to turn arounds, but just a quick line on hewlett-packard. what did you see last year that indicated to you that this was a name that could really come back even before it started making some really big changes? >> well, i think it may have, actually, moved sooner than i would have thought -- liz: take a victory lap, george, you were so right on that. >> i probably should. but i also think it has further to go. i mean, it still has a lot to work with, it's getting its cash flow in order, they're fixing the board which has had its problems for many years. so i think it's got further to go. liz: all right. >> maybe short-term volatility. liz: a runway there. again, hewlett-packard up 56% year to date. you also called best buy, that's up 119% year to date. these ar
FOX Business
Jul 16, 2013 3:00pm EDT
fed kansas city chief nestor george moved the market. i want to start with you and the headline. >> well, the great dissenter. she wants to end quantitative easing faster and sooner. the surprise is how. liz: he will tell us how she envisions that. the new york stock exchange, your headlines. >> the market remains weak going into the closing bell. obviously we have had an overbought market. liz: barely, i mean down 47 points. outside the federal courthouse in downtown manhattan, watching this deal happen before our eyes. >> this is a big trial happening right now. it is ceding of down here in lower manhattan. also, security funds. he still could walk. back to you. liz: all of our reporters on major stories affecting your money, but it is obvious that the headline here is that green is a little more hard to find on the screen. one of the voting members telling peter barnes exclusively that they need to stop spiking the punch bowl and begin tapering his bond buying program senator later. very interested to know what the traders see as how that affected the markets. we are live. fi
FOX Business
Sep 10, 2012 3:00pm EDT
supreme court and whether or not they can participate. liz: ben, did you hear george soros was saying at a speech in berlin that germany will be in recession in six months if they don't abandon this push for austerity? >> yes. and ea also, basically, threatened the germans that they have to take responsibility for the whole ecb. george has made some pretty extreme calls that haven't worked out so well, so take that for what it's worth. not that i haven't done the same thing, of course, liz. [laughter] i don't have george soros' name to go with it. liz: right. or the billions to put behind it to win or lose, i guess. let me get to tom colvin at the chicago mercantile exchange. when you see a move in copper the likes of what we've seen today and piggyback that on to thursday, the s&p 500 hitting multiyear highs, can you square the two away, or does this all hinge or what central bankers are doing? >> it's going to come down to what the central bankers are doing. you go back to a month ago when this all started, they really haven't made any major steps here. they're just telling you what th
FOX Business
Nov 7, 2013 3:00pm EST
the ceo, when it really -- liz: dick. >> dick or whatever -- george. i don't care what the hell his name is -- liz: yeah. because he's not talking to fox business, 'cuz he's scared. >> this guy is a nasty, slimy nerd from silicon valley. [laughter] liz: oh, come on. >> that's my opinion. he will lure in -- i mean, his whole job is to lure in dumb money so they buy this thing at some astronomical price, and it keeps it stable. that's why you hire nasty, screamy, you know -- schemey, you know, investment bankers. i've written books about this. listen, liberals think i'm some sort of a pro-bank guy. i've never been. i've always been very, very critical of these guys because there's a game, and they're nasty individuals, costello's like that, the guys that run goldman are like that. we're here to, basically, you know, unwrap it for you. liz: and i think that they know that, and i think that's why somebody over there is hashtag spineless. [laughter] hashtag is twitter. maybe it's their prd., by the way. -- pr department, by the way. charlie is giving you a path. >> don't blame the paths,
FOX Business
Aug 23, 2013 3:00pm EDT
because the sequel is about the villains, so this comes george clooney in 1997, and sure enough, this theme was stolen by arnold schwarzenegger, so he left, but the most successful of all, 2005, christian bale, the dark night trilogy, taking in two and a half billion dollars, those three films, starting modestly at 374 million in 2005, and the last in 2012 hit 1.08 billion, and now comes, you know, this guy, ben affleck, a superhero before, the daredevil, but he's a nice guy, boston accent, and what christian and the director chris nolan did was turn batman into a tortured dark character, truer to the comic book origins. you know, superman was the beetles, and batman was the rolling stones, darker, a tougher life, his parents were murdered. fans not happy with this one, but you have to wonder if they would be happy with anybody who dawns the tights. liz: who did you like the best, dennis? >> george clooney would have been great if he stuck with it with the perfect mix of the good looking strong guy and also grit to him. i liked him. bale, i think, did the best job. liz: an amazing act
FOX Business
Feb 15, 2013 3:00pm EST
investor george soros, a long running supporter, chopped it, cutting holdings by a full half. that falling $29. bring in scott of trend to break down the trade. scott, one person, can indeed, move a market, can't they? >> i've been doing it long enough that in 1992, he took on the bank of england there and won. listen to what george does. however, what happened is folks got out in front of the trade because of the inflation trade, but that's not going to happen first. we have actual deflation first because of previous guests spoke about negative economic news here and in europe. that's the risk in the short term. yes, the long term, fed prints money, may have inflation because that's what they want. in the short term, i think the real worry is deflation. liz: okay. then what happens? you talk about deflation. we know what the fed is doing, and everybody talks, oh, inflation, we don't see either of it, really. >> no, we don't. we definitely see inflation. i don't see prices rising soon, and, ultimately, if we get in the mind set of depolice station -- deflation, there's 25 books on
FOX Business
Jun 27, 2013 3:00pm EDT
. ♪ cheryl: men's warehouse founder, george zimmer, doesn't like the way the company's board is making him look, and now he is firing back with an open letter on his ousting. adam shapiro has more on this story. >> reporter: this is one of those boardroom battles that gets juicier and juicier. men's warehouse shares with up today, but before we get into the nitty-gritty, let's look at the olden days when they were all much better friends. take a look at the old ad. >> you're going to like the way you look, i guarantee it. >> you might guarantee it, but you're going to have a hard time doing it when when you're not on the board with. they fired him as the executive chairman last week. at the time the board actually said mr. zimmer had difficulty accepting the fact that the men's warehouse was a public company. they were saying he wanted to take them private, but mr. zimmer actually put out a letter last night addressing these allegations, and he said, this is a quote: >> r eporter: now, in that letter mr. zimmer actually points out that what he suggested to the board is that they explor
FOX Business
May 16, 2013 3:00pm EDT
at nearly a four week low as the street reacts to major market players george soros and blackrock revealing they're cutting their stake in gold. but big time investor jim rogers, is he getting ready to buy? at what price? he's got the number. we'll ask him. you need to hear it, coming up. ♪ [ male announcer ] from the way the bristles move to the way they clean, once you try an oral-b deep sweep power ush, you'll never go back to a regular manual brush. its three cleaeaning zones with dynamic power bristles reach between teeth with more brush movements to remove up to 100% more plaque than a regular manual brush. and even 76% more plaque than sonicare flexca in hard to reach areas. oral-b deep sweep 5000 power brush. life opens uwhen you do. oral-b deep sweep 5000 power brush. for sein a whole new way. for seeing what cash is coming in and going out... so you can understandevery- last week, this month, and even next year. for seeing your business's cash flow like never before, introducing cash flow ininsight powered by pnc cfo. for a suite of onlineess's cashols that lets youbef
FOX Business
Nov 15, 2012 3:00pm EST
talked to george euro on thursday and he said it is not be taking how you think it would for a couple reasons, number one being people don't have enough money to buy gold. when you hear that 60% of the s&p 500 companies are in correction territory i begin to wonder do any of our traders think this is a screaming buy for the markets or are they saying this is a past thing? traders at the stock exchange, cme group and nynex, john cortines, screaming buy or dipping your toe in or standing by? >> you got a special co-host on monday, myself, i am looking forward to that. , and i'm looking forward to the experience. the market does not have enough strength. and other trading days this session. the market runs out of steam. it is not so far today. investors look at this, they see red and the market down. this adds to the negative sentiment. a short week, holiday week. and away from trading, that will lead to the volatility, looking forward to december. liz: we are hearing another session or two or move downward, that is what we are talking about, some stabilization we won't see the wo
FOX Business
Feb 13, 2013 3:00pm EST
league schools are the least tolerant of other views. >> george bush went to an ivy league school. >> i found schools like that are the least tolerant of other views. anybody right of center. >> you went to -- >> university of missouri, the best journalism school in the country. >> that's right, that's right. ohio university is not bad either. >> missouri is the best journalism school in the country, bar none. >> thank you. wall street gears up for cisco's system numbers, out with earnings after the bell, shares up 20% since cisco last reported back in november. the sleeping giant woke up. will they dazzle the street again? a preview straight ahead. later, okay, you have to hear the story. want to invest in real estate without worrying the volatility of the market? we'll taking you to countdown college for a solution, a special kind of real estate investment trust. ♪ look, if you have copd like me, you know it can be hard to breathe, and how that feels. copd includes chronic bronchitis and emphysema. spiriva helps control my copd symptoms by keeping my airways open for 24 hours. plus,
FOX Business
Mar 18, 2013 3:00pm EDT
how fierce competition is. gus pap george joe -- say that ten times -- talks about the overall landscape saying it's a competitive market. >> apple, microsoft, the list goesn and on. speaking of blackberry, an analyst goes on to say i don't think bb is putting pressure on apple just yet. right now people are looking at challenges between samsung and apple. too early to say, blackberry is putting some pressure. so he believes this is a two-horse race right now. but, again, early indication has shown that blackberry's gotten some early orders, a million orders last week it revealed from one big carrier in europe. it's done pretty well as well. so don't count this one out just yet. cheryl: this reminds me of, remember peter lynch eyesed to go to the mall with his daughter and follow them around, see what they bought? we should all be doing that with teenagers and 22-year-olds now. we should follow them around, see what phones they're using and buy the stocks associated. >> there you go. i have a feeling they're paying for their coffee with their smartphones, and they're holding a
FOX Business
Jul 17, 2013 3:00pm EDT
against what esther george said about starting tapering now. ben bernanke says, no we're going to wait and the markets were pleased. not overwhelming joy here but generally pleased by what they heard. liz: here is a look at the front page headlines. yes, ben bernanke, he did try to calm investors about the fed's plan to begin easing the bond-buying during congressional testimony today. the chairman said because the fed's purchases depend on economic and financial developmen
FOX Business
Oct 2, 2012 3:00pm EDT
after reports that george telecom was close to a deal to merge it t-mobile branch with metro pcs. could not get it done with at&t. consumer sentiment, that is how you guys feel about buying things, it has a four month high. holiday sales are expected to rise. that is lower than the past two years. coming up this hour, arthur martinez, the forming chairman and ceo of sears joins us in studio. jcpenney under his stewardship. sears had its most successful year in history back in 2000. but, that of course, was then, this is now. what does arthur martinez have to say. he sits on the board of that aig. we have so much to talk about this legend in the industry. he has only here on fox business. we have read on the screen. gold not as shiny as usual. let's get right to the floor show. teddy weisberg, the markets are down. i have to ask you about sears. such a sad thing it was booted off the s&p 500. i am so excited to have arthur martinez on the show. >> well, you know, actually the stock has done quite well this year. essentially compared to jcpenney. i have no idea why some stuff get b
FOX Business
Dec 5, 2012 3:00pm EST
used to be ordinary income under president george bush. we believe the tax in 2013 and beyond will go to 40% or more. instead of paying a 40% tax federally, they will only pay a 15% tax. liz: have you talked to the president, and if you have not, what would you say about this issue. i would say that he should know more about economics. after certain points, the government raises less money by increasing the tax rate. if the tax rate were 100%, liz, how much money would the government raise? 100% of zero because nobody would go to work if the government confiscated everything. at some point, if the taxes increases and it turns out most analysis, most economists agree that that rate is about 30%. up to 30%, the government raises or money by having a tax of 30%. liz: you are a very large shareholder, if not the very largest, you are saving about $690,000 on your tax bill as well. that gives people a sense of how much money could possibly be saved. in 2015, will you start paying dividends again? >> i cannot decide. it is not just up to me. we will take a look at that and see what the stor
FOX Business
Nov 19, 2012 3:00pm EST
george washington's army, i mean this is exciting stuff. we do believe the hardware cycle though will be a very large driver and always has been historically of top line and consumer demand. so we're excited about that. liz: well, the stock is too. it is hitting 52 week high today. paul raines gamestop ceo in a fox business exclusive. when we get the numbers, we will put them on. thank you very much. congratulations. >> great talking to you, liz. take care. liz: 8 minutes before the closing bell rings. republicans moving closer to saying yes to a tax hike. charlie gasparino has the latest as we move closer to the end of the year and the so called fiscal cliff. liz: with massive budget cuts and pretty staggering tax hikes with the fiscal cliff looming are republicans getting ready to throw in the towel and raise tax rates on the wealthy even if that means small businesses get hit as well? charlie gasparino has the latest chatter from washington on the all important budget negotiations. charlie? >> listen, this is my -- adjust my tie a bit here. liz: you just ruined it. >> thank you. liz:
FOX Business
Feb 4, 2013 3:00pm EST
forward, you have mr. george of medtronics saying in essence, maak hurd way at hewlett-packard did not work. it's an interesting point you make. thank you, john. i'm holding up the book right now. i recommend people read this especially if you feel don't let go the dream, you will make money and your company will grow, one small house to 340 stores. thank you very much. >> thank you liz. liz: john mackey is whole foods market co founder and co ceo. by the way, he lost his entire one store once in a flood, 30 years ago. came back. closing bell ringing in 38 minutes. a wild day of trading in herbal life. what caused that? charlie gasparino has the developments on the other side of the break. stay tuned. >> announcer: you never know when, but thieves can steal your identity and turn your life upside down. >> hi. >> hi. you know, i can save you 15% today if you open up a charge card account with us. >> you just read my mind. >> announcer: just one little piece of information and they can open bogus accounts, stealing your credit, your money and ruining your reputation. that's why you n
FOX Business
Jun 4, 2013 3:00pm EDT
down there. fed governor esther george released a prepared speech after she became speak. she was supposed to speak, and said low interest ratts likely remain in place until the up employment rate reaches 6.5%, unquote, as long as inflation does not exceed 2.5%. nothing earth shattering because of the comment, but because she called out sick, everybody freaked out. sarah, another fed governor, she spoke at the roosevelt institute in washington, d.c. also mentioning the u.s. employment picture thing. it still remains too high. again, nothing dramatic out of these fed comments, but let's bring in peter barnes from washington, d.c.. we have ben willis in the last hour, a trader on the floor say it was the fact that comments popped up on a website, pulled down, put up, amended, and really were just enough to shake these markets. >> liz, we have not been able to confirm that. we have a call-in to the kansas city federal reserve reaching out to the federal reserve here in washington, d.c. to see if we can corroborate what ben said there, but you hit the main highlights there. we had, ag
FOX Business
Nov 20, 2013 3:00pm EST
piled on now an a losing position. >> carl icahn and piled up against george soros or who knows who else? major investors are piled up and here is the sole focus -- the silver bullet. liz: he has said it is a ponzi scheme. >> this is what makes you a good journalist is that you killed me but he is a short seller is it is going down in zero it is up since he said that he said it is a pyramid scheme the company says it is not another smart people like george soros says it is not he lost dash did million but what would be the stake through the heart of the vampire not that he is but would kill him is a leveraged buyout to take them public and i tell you all longtime investor serial investor at this point but he is a longtime smart investors just up the stake but we ask is a reported he is talking to investors about joining him with the leveraged buyout. what we heard although my calls have not been deaths some sources have said he is talking to the big sovereign wealth can't. liz: that is big money. >> key is plug did he not to have that. clearly he is looking, i can tell you that my s
FOX Business
Aug 2, 2013 3:00pm EDT
. the hollywood superstar verses a hedge fund or a star. george clooney comes out. wait until you hear what he said in just a moment. and imagine that text part of that focuses on growth sees and touches. definitely no flash in the pan. the founder and chairman about his recipe for success, not just in the sandwich business, but a guy who founded the company that made slipped and. can he do it? ♪ [ shapiro ] at legalzoom, you can take care of virtually all your imptant legal matters in just minutes. protect youramily... and launch your dreams. at legalzoom.com we put the law on your side. bounce is great because the freshness lasts for weeks in the drawer. why can't everything stay fresh that long? [ male announcer ] how do you get your bounce? [ man ] lasting freshness. [ male announcer ] how do you get your bounce? join us at projectluna.com >> the s and he just entered a positive end and now we have the nasdaq also moving to the upside. talk about getting into each other's business george clooney is going head-to-head with a nasty fight over sony's future cluny's said he is a hedg
FOX Business
Jan 9, 2014 3:00pm EST
today, chris christie trying to get down the outrage over the george washington bridge traffic jam scandal. we will find out if the ambition has taken a serious hit. [ male announcer ] this is the story of the little room over the pizza place on chestnut street the modest first floor bedroom in tallinn, estonia and the southbound bus barreli down i-95. ♪ this magic moment it is the story of where every great idea begins. and of those who believed they had thpower to do more. dell is honored to be part of some of the world's great stories. that began much the same way ours did in a little dorm room -- 2713. ♪ this magic moment ♪ [ male annncer ] with nearly 7 million investors... oh hey, neill, how are you? [ male announcer ...you'd expect us to have a highly skilled call center. kevin, neill holley's on line one. ok, great. [ male announcer ] and we do. it's how edward jones makes sense of investing. cheryl: okay, the power mover of the hour, your favorite bluebird, twitter. the stock is looking little blue today, unfortunately. there is your intraday chart. you can see the p
FOX Business
Jul 31, 2013 3:00pm EDT
george soros. charlie casper now confirming it. coming in on coral icons side. saying i am taking on the guy who does not believe it, shorting herbalife. saying herbalife is a real problem. the company which makes all kinds of health and nutrition shakes says that is a complete miss her resentation of the company and now it is george soros who says i am on herbalife side. jumping responds by more than 10%. charlie gasparino will have more on that story. speaking of bill ackman. bill ackman saying i have kind of lost out on herbalife and jcpenney which happen to be a long investment, so today he announced he is going into another company, a chemical company taking a very significant stake in the company which started to move higher on this news but this time his mormon activist agitator investor. in fact what he is doing is taking this position to say they have thin margins, it can do so much better. he is going to be an agitator there. perfect timing. the ceo of dow chemical has an agitator activist investor because he feels his stock performance and his company's performance and inv
FOX Business
Dec 27, 2012 3:00pm EST
this year? well, george putnam new generation research founder and turnaround letter editor, well he predicted it. you may want to find out what is he looking at for 2013. he joins us now in a fox business exclusive from boston. george, thank you for joining us. great call on the b of a, by the way. so this year you're calling on hp to be the turnaround stock for 2013. i mean, i have to say, look, it's been a disastrous few years for hp, the pc sales dwindling, revenue is flat, declining profits, increased debt, exposure to europe, by the way, do we need to mention the purchase of autonomy. i could go on and on. what on earth do you like about hp? >> well, hp has several things going for it both in the short-term and in the longer term, in the short-term the fact that it's down so much probably means we will see is a pop early in the year because there's been so much selling late in the year, the tax losses, portfolio window dressing that all stops january 1st and when that pressure is gone, then the stock may rise. longer term, it will take a while, but they've got a lot of the thin
FOX Business
Feb 1, 2013 3:00pm EST
-year. let's bring in george goncalves, managing director nomura securities managing director, and here is his title, head of u.s. rates strategy. fascinating me. when you wake up in the morning what is the first thing as you fire up your laptop or computer, you're croupier, whenever it is to know what is the first thing you check? what is the first thing you look at? >> first off, we don't sleep in the bond market. it is 24 hours, so we are on all the time looking at what is going on in the overnight sessions, the currency markets, getting information from all angles and trying to decipher, is there be a trade in farm and what we have before, the day prior, and you looked at the currency, euro, yen, what is going on in the futures. both the bond market and the stock market. liz: the euro today, 137, maybe 138, what does that immediately tell you? some type of whiplashed domino effect? >> well, again, not everything is 1-for-1. you have to put into your head what you think will translate into your respective markets price behavior. and in the bond market we can talk about valuations, a
FOX Business
Mar 8, 2013 3:00pm EST
years. liz: the market came off its earlier highs pretty quickly this morning. george, that made me wonder, where people starting to think will the fed tightens sooner rather than later? the economy does look better. >> we are still thinking the fed will taper off towards the end of the year and really stay behind the curve. we have to be very careful. rising rates could start the growth in the economy. liz: do you think it stuns it if they start to telegraph that they will tighten it eventually. >> i think so. i think they will make sure the economy is strong enough to take the bulb that it will get. they go from being strongly aggressively positive to just being positive. liz: isn't there a message somewhere down in history? didn't they tighten rates and it actually was fine? it improved the situation there? >> the u.s. is a different economy. i will not compare us to an emerging-market. not yet. liz: okay. [ laughter ] >> in the equity markets, it is definitely a trendy market. we can chop up and down. two weeks ago we were rolling down to the blows it yields. we would rather kin
FOX Business
Oct 9, 2013 3:00pm EDT
love at the federal reserve, literally. this is where she met her husband, george. a celebrated economist in his own right. you can imagine the conversation around the dinner table may be a little different than ours. in fact, i've been told their idea of a great family vacation is the beach with a suitcass of economic books. this is a family affair. we thank their support as janet begins this journey. i want to thank ben bernanke feel standing work he has done and he will continue to help keep our economy moving forward during the remainder of his tenure here, we will probably probably have occasion for additional goodbyes and i know janet is very much contact him to give some good advice to her as she moves into the chairman spot. with this i would love to give janet a chance to say a few words. [applauding] >> thank you, mr. president. i'm honored and humbled by the faith you placed in me. if confirmed by the senate, i pledge to do my utmost to keep that trust and meet the great responsibilities that congress is entrusted to the federal reserve. to promote maximum employment,
FOX Business
Sep 20, 2013 3:00pm EDT
policy-making committee, as did george among those giving speeches also sounding off was james ballard. peter barnes spoke just moments ago. he joins us now with details. you were making headlines on this because we thought, you know, listening to analysts saying it will be months and months will we get tapir, but maybe not. >> to ask them about the next meeting which will be in october and whether or not and the fed could now tapir. another meeting in december after that. he said, well, you know, october is all live meeting. we could have a press conference if it wants to. well, what kind of numbers, economic data points would you have to see in order to start tapering in october? here is what he said. >> some revisions to past data. strong jobs reports. some indication of third quarter gdp coming in. the housing markets were withstanding the higher rates, things like that, i think, could accumulate to a decision to tape -- tapir. >> very concerned about low inflation, not disinflation or deflationary, but he is worried about low inflation, the number is running about 1%. the target f
FOX Business
Dec 16, 2013 3:00pm EST
financiers taking a very short position, bill ackman, and then george soros and carl icahn saying we think this is a legitimate company. ackman believes it is absolutely not, but as we wait for this stock to change, charlie's down here with a couple breaking pieces of news not just on herbalife, but also on citi -- >> well, citigroup bonuses we're going to get into, but there's no material change, i think, is the line here that investors should know about. there's no material change from what it was before. remember, why did they have to redo their audited financials? the auditor, i guess it was -- liz: pricewaterhousecoopers -- >> he was involved in an insider trading scandal involving twitter -- excuse me, involving herbalife. i've got twitter on the brain today. because he was involved with that as he was doing the auditing results, that nullified about three years' worth of audited financial -- liz: okay. so i misspoke. i thought that it was bill ackman forcing them to restate -- >> no, no, no. this all goes back. this has nothing to do with ackman. ackman would love it to have s
FOX Business
May 2, 2013 3:00pm EDT
person -- you're looking at a live picture of houston, this is the george bush intercontinental airport in houston, texas. one person, it is reported one person is now dead of a self-inflicted gunshot wound at george bush intercontinental airport. this is the hub, one of the main hubs, by the way, for united continental, main domestic hub. it is now united continental. the person fired the shot near terminal b of the airport on the sioux city north side of the city -- north side of the city of houston. these are from reports from khlu television coming out of houston, texas. these reports just coming if, and we're going to keep you posted. this will, of course, affect airport operations and, obviously, in particular terminal b in houston listen, texas. >>> well, we are looking at the business, and it is a big business, obviously, of travel. finish if you like gambling, vegas does come to mind. but recently large casinos have been popping up in states like michigan, mississippi, connecticut. so let's talk about regional gambling and how it's affecting las vegas. my next guest is the chai
FOX Business
Jul 24, 2013 3:00pm EDT
royal families. our, of course, flying high. george alexander lewis? u.s. airlines have joined in the party. "the real reason for celebration is not the baby, but a price drop." turning and airline stock into a real opportunity. your stock is up 103% year to date. what are you doing to have generated that? >> thank you so much. it is great to be with you. we are focused on running this airline like a business. the way we do that is we make decisions and try to do things that will increase thanks for the airline. we choose the way we model our own business. we create the lowest fares for our customers. liz: sometimes, let's first talk about the royal price drop. $19.90. seriously? >> yes. it applies to a number of our markets. if you are willing to behave in ways that sell us money, that is the beauty of our model. liz: do you like to ski resorts? >> we fly to denver. people should think of them as options. when you go to buy a car, do you think of it as a fee to get the bigger engine or that is just what you pay to get the bigger engine? they are not really feasible and you can ch
FOX Business
Nov 6, 2012 3:00pm EST
that mean for tomorrow? you just don't know after it george bush/al gore we will bring and the father of index fund investing and has seen an election or two. fox business exclusive. i am laughing asking what happens tomorrow? but there was a rally after reagan was elected but the country gave back because problems don't magically disappear. >> item know what the market it is saying but with their resistance levels don't mean much to me. the latest poll from the latest to route from the "new york times" he raised the chances of the obama victory at 97%. that it is close at 100. there must be something to the rally that people say it it is a good. but why? that it is beyond me defending the only on the expectations how will corporations do over a long period time? liz: when we say how well election results impact the market? viggo back to earnings expectations. but the emotion with up and down there returns have been determined by the performance. the likelihood of the ggp it is 5% of nominal terms. i know they demotions carry that too much. that it is what counts. it will not change t
FOX Business
Jan 21, 2013 3:00pm EST
the brain child of george sorrey who is actually a private equity executive in chicago who said i find my client needs this service but don't want to walk into a pawnshop. >> yeah, i think there's a tremendous need by the luxury consumer who has gathered assets of value from time to time, from time to time they have liquidity needs and this is a great way for that consumer to turn those assets -- assets into cash. jeff: take a look at the pawnbroker companies -- take a look at the stocks of the pawnbroker companies. you are finding clients that have big pieces of jewelry, that have art, that have wine, they want to translate that into a loan. >> look, a lot of business people when the banks tighten their credit lending standards had assets of value but needed cash and we provided that option, but you have to cater that luxury consumer to do it. jeff: for example, a sculpture of louie armstrong there, it was brought in by somebody who was trying to make payroll in their business. >> that's exactly right. the fellow's bank had cut off his credit line, but he had the sculpture, he said i
FOX Business
May 1, 2013 3:00pm EDT
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