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FOX News
Aug 29, 2015 7:00am PDT
agree with that. there are a lot of reasons. there's china has had problems, the global economy is shrinking, of course the fed printing money, all that stuff. but somebody with a 401(k) who has money in this market, can they say it's all those big money guys on wall street who are making my stocks go down? >> no, they can't. i don't think people are saying this is a stock market bubble. china is going from 7% growth to 5% growth, a 30% haircut of the gdp of the world's second biggest economy. that has most to do with it. bernie sanders striking a chord, che vergara struck a chord too. to blame wall street is absolutely insane. it's a populist message, let's blame the rich guys on wall street for doing this when the government created this scenario that caused the entire housing bubble, the fed through low interest rates -- look, we've divided our currency for years. china is just responding. we're devaluing by printing so much money. you talk about seniors and 401(k)s. there's no yield right now because the fed has interest rates at zero. that's why the rich are getting richer and
FOX News
Jul 8, 2017 7:00am PDT
present expect china to do more to rollback its nuclear program following launch of an intercontinental ballistic missile. the us responding with its own show of force, b-1 bombers near the border with north korea. welcome everybody, i am david as his man, this is a special edition of cause of freedom, we will be monitoring that meeting overseas and if the white house makes any comments we will bring them to you immediately. in hamburg, germany all this is going on. >> reporter: good morning. a couple minutes ago donald trump met with xi jinping for the last bilateral of the g 20, we are told we will have live video, they didn't have any questions. angela merkel is host of the g 20, we hoped we would get a press conference with donald trump, because of scheduling that has not happened, the last we will hear from the president, when that pool tape is involved, sitting down with xi jinping. donald trump to a greater degree trying to level the playing field, the president not happy about the fact $47 billion trade deficit but the more pressing, important issue is what china can do to help
FOX Business
Jun 4, 2017 2:00am EDT
. china said we will reduce our emissions in 2030 just when we would have estimated even without the paris accord they would reduce emissions. pakistan said they would reduce emissions to the fullest extent possible which means nothing. those countries gave up nothing. the paris accord is fine if we gave up nothing, we didn't. we are pledge it to spend $100 billion a year. think what $100 billion could be for jobs around here. you could build a wall. you could fund the next thousand teslas. you could give the money back to the citizens of the united states and corporations so they could come up with innovative technologies. donald trump is right to do this. it was some liberal vacation for europe and everyone else. it hurt us, he's doing the right thing. dagen: good for jobs in the states. >> i don't think either side is right. it is not good for jobs and i don't think staying in it was going to be bad for jobs. i think both sides have overstated the importance of this climate accord in paris. since 2008 we tripled our capacity of renewable energy. renewable energy jobs growing 12 ti
FOX News
Dec 17, 2016 7:00am PST
late from china? see you at the bottom of the hour. >> thanks, neil. we can't wait. >>> but up here first, president-elect trump saying you're hired for more cabinet picks. now someone here says some of those picks' first acts should be saying i'm fired. we'll explain. as a sharp wit, a winning smile, and no chance of getting an athletic scholarship. and that is why you invest. the best returns aren't just measured in dollars. asmy family tree,ing i discovered a woman named marianne gaspard... it was her french name. then she came to louisiana as a slave. i became curious where in africa she was from. so i took the ancestry dna test to find out more about my african roots. the ancestry dna results were really specific. they told me all of these places in west africa. i feel really proud of my lineage, and i feel really proud of my ancestry. ancestry has many paths to discovering your story, get started for free at ancestry.com >>> live from america's news headquarters in washington, good saturday morning to you. i'm leland vittert. china now saying it has been in touch with the unit
FOX Business
Jan 17, 2016 8:00am EST
. i could ratdtle them off and thn there are global trim ers and then china coming at us. it's worry sochlt maybe not a recession, but a worsening. the irony of this is what gets me. later in the speech the president said that they were deeply polarized. he wanted to deepen it. he asked the american people to help him. when you sit there and say that you have disagreement and the economy is the place that we do have the days agreement and to say that they're peddling fiction is a discount of a whole wall of information. >> let me tell you what was super clear this week. the market and selling off and the dow is down from the highs and all of the indexes are down dramatically. john, to you what is it making? is this saying where the economy is going next? >> yeah, i think so. the s&p has gone to 800 when president obama has put in to 1,800 now. there's been a huge dip. most of that is the fed and easy money. giving him credit good or bad is like giving flin stone credit for the cartoon. this was not a state of the union but state of denial. this was the weakest job report in history.
FOX News
Aug 22, 2015 7:00am PDT
largest economy in the world, china, is slowing down. you're seeing a repricing of stock markets around the world. you look at china. goes from 7% to 5%. you say that's not much. still going to 5%. that's incredible. but that is a 30% decline. if you look at this in a historical context, look at the s&p, 500 in 1995, 20 years ago, a four time increase in 2000. it includes two big dips, a 1,500 to 1,000 twice during the housing crisis and also during the financial crisis. ronald reagan joemp simplified it saying markets go up, markets go down, but this is a correction long overdue. >> lisa, you had an economy in this country that contracted in the first quarter before bouncing back in the second. we are weak. regardless of how you want to look at it, we are -- gary talking about wages have not been growing for years. you have very low labor participation rate. you have one indication of unemployment that is in double digits. people who want to work more but can't. is this a recession ahead? >> well, potentially. look, we've also had incredibly uneven economic growth as well. i thi
FOX Business
Jan 10, 2016 2:00am EST
government by the low interest rate and all kinds of free money. just as china is finding out, the era of free money has to come to an end at some point. the experiment is not working. then you're looking at dc and we need something to come out of there. the oil at $32 a barrel is not going produce jobs like it was. we need tax and immigration. it's every single week that they're running for re-election, and because of that, we're not going get it. >> the crisis was caused by high oil prices and a weak dollar. now we have the opposite. we have a strong dollar and low gas prices. the consumers two-thirds of the u.s. economy. nothing benefits. >> it was a real-estate back by that. it was not because of that. >> it happened with you housing prices and the world was taken to the knees and the same thing is happening with oil. that should spell recession. >> we can talk about oils to the cows come home and the problem is that they're not growing and the economy cannot grow. businesses are being strangled by the regulation. look the only place that there's big job growth is in the federa
FOX News
Apr 15, 2017 7:00am PDT
and airlines with government regulation, flying from new york costs more than going to china. monopolies going on, where this popular stuff where they want to get into minor problems, consumers can fix this problem to you weeks but watch, when they book a flight in fort lauderdale or wherever, $10 less than united, they will take united. they don't care about the story anymore. the consumer doesn't want to pay two extra dollars to make this go away. doesn't mean the government has to step in because it could go away if consumers really cared. dagen: that is the final word. what do you guys have coming up? >> afghanistan to north korea to syria, donald trump is beefing up the military responses around the world the time to the for power defense bending, cashing in, see you at 1130. dagen: up here first have you seen this? a republican senator getting a not so warm welcome at a town hall this week after the dnc reportedly told reporters to, quote, get in his grill to protect obamacare. is that crossing the line? beaches people and places they shouldn't be. let's drain it. >> gr
FOX News
Dec 19, 2015 7:00am PST
claimed by china in the south china sea. that's happening and just coming to light now. the pentagon says that the plane flew near the islands by mistake. >>> it is touchdown for air force one. arriving in hawaii for the christmas vacation. he plans to spend two weeks and then stopping in southern california to meet the families of the victims that were killed in san bernardino terror attacks. now back to more of "bulls and bears." >> the terror organization has enough to fund it for three years. now the un is beefing up the sanctions to cut after the funding. the reason why they want to defed defeat them once and for all, we have to cut the cash. how do we do it? >> well for any of them if it's the cartels or iraq, money is the lifeline. he said armies run on the stomach. with isis, the stomachs are fed by the moneys and that's a bill dollars a year and bringing in oil, extortion, selling antiques. you cut them off you and start to cut them down. slowly by surely the way that they were brought down was not by the bombing or the gun. that's the way to cut down isis. >> it's grown mor
FOX News
Mar 18, 2017 7:00am PDT
city's airport. overseas victory state rex tillerson is in china. a third stop in a three nation tour, the meeting with chinese leaders expected to focus on north korea's nuclear program, trade and territorial dispute in the south china sea. the possibility of preemptive military action against the north. now back to pools and bears. dagen: immediate frenzy over president trump's leaked tax returns, hard-working americans want to know what lies ahead. >> hard-working americans have to show up to work. get a lot of stuff done if you show up to work and choose to work. the house will work eight days, the senate will work ten. they take five weeks off starting in august. of these bozos would quit arguing over stupid stuff and get something done, nothing big has been done by this congress in the last eight years since obamacare past, corporate tax reform on the table needs to be on the president's desk, the market is up right now, that is what american this are expecting, to for the first time do something and go to work. dagen: a new fox news poll shows americans are more interested
FOX Business
Aug 16, 2015 6:00am EDT
know, i just go back to history again. you know, we can negotiate with china and have nixon go to china during the cold war or we can have arms for hostages deal that reagan swore off, but we found out he did. but we can't bring stability with the nuclear arms that iran is starting or wants to achieve and put that to rest and stabilize the region. it was the iraq war that destabilized the region and made it more of a haven for jihadists in syria and -- >> david, do you want to go back in history, go back to neville chamberlain nap's the best example in history of this buffoonery. >> a lot of people are thinking this will start a nuclear arms race in the middle east. >> epg land has a nuclear weapon and israel has one soshg there's more of a buffer there. look, the bottom line is, sanctions -- >> hitler had a nuclear bomb? >> no, the british did not have one so they had to make a deal, but the bottom line is countries have nuclear weapons against iran, they get out of line. they can make one bomb -- >> you just made my point. >> it's easy to criticize this deal because there's no g
FOX Business
Jul 16, 2017 6:00am EDT
immigration because the guys in dc can't get along. we are losing jobs to china and india. we have no national education plan. this gridlock is starting to hurt america. >> you hear it in jamie diamonds voice and not something you don't get out of dc and some honest emotion. >> that is the voice of the american people right now. yes the jobs numbers might be looking good. if healthcare doesn't get done. what hope do we have what can we say. as the market going to continue to increase all of these people who are promised that manufacturing jobs will be kept here. if we can't get people together in the same room of opposite parties nothing can get done. if you are not able to take bite size pieces of the taxes that they will get done and that will hurt the american people no question. is it the mess that is getting in the way of growing jobs. i'm in a take a little bit different angle on this than what john and lee were saying. when jamie diamond refers to know we are not getting tax reform done. healthcare i wish they would just repeal obama care and try to get back to a free market. u
FOX Business
Aug 28, 2016 6:00am EDT
annihilated across the board worldwide by countries like finland, japan, china, on their skill level even from the second grade on. i can assure you they're doing more than zero homework. the other points it's correct, they are 7, 8 years old. they're not going to get three hours of homework but yeah, 30, 40 minutes of homework is fair. >> i think for a second grader limited homework however i don't trust public schools anymore and so i would want to be able to see some of the stuff that they're learning to make sure they're not being indoctrinated with liberal policies. >> not that bad. >> but john, final word to you. no homework means that the teacher is doing her job? >> exactly. our kids are coming out of school as dumb as they went in. we're -- our system is failing, guys. we're ranked somewhere between 14th and 30th in the world right now despite spending more money than everybody else. and when you look at no homework we have great teachers and schools overall our system is failing. look at finland. they do three hours a day of school, zero homework. >> right. >> and they are
FOX Business
Dec 25, 2016 2:00am EST
out of high school now sits in china. john, i know you're going to say, i know, i've already been to watta burger, i'm fine. my son had three jobs before he finally came back home and to gary b.'s point he was resetting his life as well and i'm glad to be tre for him, happy to have him. but i asked my momma if she ever had to go back home and she didn't she get a job at levi strauss company, that again is no longer there. i think we have to address the college debt problem, because i really think that's going to be the housing bubble of the next generation. i think it has to be addressed. it has to be addressed quickly. >> jonas, are you -- your argument, i believe, would be that kids these days should be less worried about the fancy vacation that experience about the newest iphone and they should just suck it up and get that small dark tiny cheap studio. >> i don't want to dismiss the student loan bill of goods they were sold that left many people with a debt burden they can't handle. but i also want to say the difference between baby boomers and millennials, jack caraway didn't go
FOX News
Feb 11, 2017 7:00am PST
with china and now golf with the prime minister of japan. i think up 15%-- >> do you understand that, john? >> thank you for joining us. charles in for neil. >> we're going to be announcing something, i would say over the next two or three weeks that will be phenomenal in terms of text. >> i'll let him make that news. >> what will echo what you've been doing? >> we're going in the direction in a good way. for businesses that want to know, this is going to happen this year, this is important. the president and lawmaker who will spearhead any tax cut bill, both saying it's coming. hello, everyone, i'm charles payne in for neil cavuto. the same week president trump and g.o.p. lawmakers promised tax cuts will happen soon,
FOX Business
Sep 11, 2016 2:00am EDT
, you go any country down, whether it's india or china or whether it's japan, we're like 10, 20 times the amount they spend. do we need to spend 40% of the entire world's budget -- defense budget just on ourselves? i mean, at this points, it's becoming a little much. yes, we should be, you could say, the world's policeman, although i would argue with that, but we're spending half a trillion dollars. let's reel it in a bit. >> jonas, military leaders have said they've criticized these sequester caps and saying that they hurt our preparedness. >> really? military leaders don't like spending caps on defense? i'm sure the defense contractors are really psyched about the caps on the defense spending. if you're in that business you want unlimited spending. to gary's point, look, as far as -- to answer your question quickly, taxpayers are worse off under hillary she will raise taxes to pay for it. bond holders are worse because he will borrow money because his magic pool isn't going to pay for all these these 1980 grade defense plan what he's talking about. it wasn't very focused on terroris
FOX News
Dec 26, 2015 7:00am PST
future. last week, tim cook, the ceo of apple gave an interview saying we have 1 million jobs in china. we have them over there not because of the low wages, but because there are not trained workers here. a million jobs, okay? i think we should stop talking raising the minimum wage a little bit this and a little bit that and start having a conversation about vocational training to get jobs, real jobs for american workers with a future and with growth. talking about the wrong thing. >> john, it's not a little bit here and there. it's a big jump, isn't it? i mean, with the president suggesting $15 an hour, where are we going to go, 25? that is the goal here? >> it looks good on a bumper sticker. you raise the minimum wage and president obama was the one who delayed implementation because it was costing jobs. however, i agree with chuck. we said for a long time, this should go to the states. you can't compare mississippi with new york. the state should have the right to do this. however, if you are wrong like they were in america samoa, go to 15 or 25, whatever number you are choosing to
FOX Business
Aug 13, 2017 2:00am EDT
with china, that was certainly part of the economic. thank you guys and gals. kennedy is filling in for neil, kennedy, what do you have? kennedy: fire, fury, many condemning message to kim jong un but someone hearsays they are scolding the wrong leader and if his party can't get things done, the party may reach across the aisle to cut taxes but would the deal with democrats backtrack on taxpayers. dagen: thank you, girl. one gop lawmaker crying foul after protestors show up at his home, they did go too far. >> this is a partisan attempt to hijack quite frankly a meeting, my h ♪ hey, i'm the internet! i know a bunch of people who would love that. the internet loves what you're doing... ...so build a better website in under an hour with... ...gocentral from godaddy. the internet is waiting. start for free today at godaddy. dagen: protestors hitting a little too close to home for minnesota republican congressman jason lewis because they were literally at his home. he says that is way out of bounds but the group behind it says it is necessary because he will not hold town halls, gary,
FOX News
Dec 3, 2016 7:00am PST
. demand in places like india or china that seems to spiral, that's going to spike the price of oil here at home. if you understand macro economics, that's basically how it works. there's not much we can do on our own to e if he can wait this. >> the more we produce, the more control we have over the price of oil, jonas. >> you can say about food but we're not food independent. first of all, we're at near 50-year production highs in the united states even with the decline of 140 -- it's not like we haven't produced more oil. >> but why not more than what we're doing now? why not more? >> because first of all if opec didn't do this, which is artificially raise the price, we came very close to bankrupting half that new exploration. there were huge defaults in the debt markets. if we went down $20 a barrel again, it would have been very ugly for this economy. we want the price over $50. that leads you to more production, more jobs in texas. if opec drives the price down by pumping a lot, we're this bigger trouble than what they just did. now, the major countries should get together as an oi
FOX Business
Nov 20, 2016 6:00am EST
china are not coming back any time soon. >> john, your prediction. >> gary's a scratch golfer, of course he chose that. forget the ford-trump brouhaha. ford up 20% in a year i like it. >> gary, do you own it? >> it's at 12, i'd buy at 9. >> strikes brewing at busy o'hare airport right in time for the holidays. guess who doesn't matter? southwest airlines have midway in chicago. up 20%. >> john, you like it? >> no. i can't even understand him. 't't't't't't't't't't't't't't't' don't think. thank you, guys. cost of freedom next. >>> president-elect trump is in and now schools are letting kids walk out, middle school, high school, college, you name it, young people skipping class to protest america's next president. but is this exercise in free speech really the best lesson to teach? hi everyone. glad you're back. i'm glad i'm back with you as well. i'm neil cavuto. joining me today all my buddies, ben stein, charles payne, and you know that guy, charlie -- dagan just doing a great job o
FOX Business
Feb 14, 2016 6:00am EST
opposite. they're not opening them, they're closing them in china town, in los angeles, the residents there were dying to have their wal-mart there. they love their wal-mart there because it provided a real need. it had to close because they couldn't afford the $15. you know, john talked about seattle, jorng of course one of those billionaires who can't afford $50 for parking. but somehow, the point is restaurant prices there have gone up 7 to 8% t. prices are passed onto the consumer. whether you look at anecdotes or studies, $15 minimum wage, everything above mark will hurt the economy. >> hillary clinton wants $12 for a minimum wage. even that's not good enough for these union backed, union funded protesters. >> you need to back you a. i make these union signs. i make the tv ads for the politicians, it's called don't be hurting my job here. back to this point, you can tie it to the other conversation we were having because of no real wage growth and a slow recovery, there's lots of people that have lots of minimum wage jobs. i say all for them. if you can demand and get more, if yo
FOX Business
May 7, 2017 6:00am EDT
. don't you wonder who the person was who didn't put sanctions on? china when they started turning back a crushed economy start cutting down in 2005, kim -- kim jung un is not paying his generals. >> we got this place defended by antimissile defense systems, got a lot of heat for meeting the guy, but sanctions for extinction problems that created black markets in the first place, it is about not allowing forced labor exports of goods and services. is that even allowed now? we are not doing regular trade with countries around them and causing this, it is only making the crazy dictator think he is at war with america which he is not really. dagen: if china helped enforce the sanctions more than they do that would be a step in the right direction. >> absolutely so they signaled they are not interested at all, with the united states has done with this bill north korea has sneaky ways, and what this does is close those loopholes. we are retching get up to 5 or 6, we have a long way to go. try us. we dare you. >> it is a good idea, the trump administration said iran has been cooperating,
FOX News
Sep 19, 2015 7:00am PDT
global slowdown. you have china has slowed down significantly, that affects a lot of emerging markets. is that contagion effect there. so far the united states has been able to stand alone and the feds say they were independent that once the unemployment rate got below a certain level, they would raise rates. but what they're not the saying to me is even more important because they're obviously worried about the u.s. economy. we're not doing bad. this is not a depression, but we're not doing great either and that's what the fed is saying i think here in not raising rates and that is worrworrisome. >> people like me and others with money in their 401(k) see triple digit swings and they get worried. but if you take a broader perspective, should they be putting their money in safe havens like gold and treasuries? >> people are scared because the signs are just really worrisome and then what happens is fear begets more fear and then you become inactive and you don't increase capital formation and you don't invest. it's a negative cycle which individuals can't break and the government has
FOX Business
Jan 22, 2017 2:00am EST
japan. >> but there was plenty in china. the world watched in horror as the japanese brutalized china's capital city in december 1937. over the next six weeks, tens of thousands of women and girls were raped and mutilated and some 300,000 people were murdered. >> what are we doing with the chinese prisoners of war? >> enslave them if they could, killed them if they didn't. >> spring 1941. britain led by prime minister winston churchill stood alone against adolf hitler who had conquered most of europe during the previous two years. president franklin roosevelt and churchill formulated what later became known as the europe first strategy. the plan was to defeat hitler in europe before turning the full attention to the japanese. this plan would have grave consequences for the hundreds of thousands of allied personnel stationed in the pacific. >> i volunteered to go to the philippines, which in retrospect was a bad decision. >> robert granston was a 25-year-old officer when he arrived in manila in may 1941. >> i should have known then that things were going to take an unfortunate turn. howe
FOX News
Apr 8, 2017 7:00am PDT
if china is not willing to go up against north korea is willing toic up north korea all by itself and the strikes on syria give even more weight on words, even more a of chance that president trump will actually do it. i am confused. they're having to the golf course to have meetings. >> well, i think the idea is to get out at mar-a-lago, he likes to travel around and see all of his property and sometimes he does play golf over there, plays a few golfs. sometimes the white house tells us if he does and sometimes he does not. dagen: hey, neil, indeed investors on edge. the u.s. standing up and striking at the syrian air base that is, of course, after president bashar al-assad attacked his own people and innocent civilians with chemical weapons. neil, take a look at defense stocks. those stocks all climbing. shares after raytheon up and is the auto maker and then, of course, the cost of crude oil, crude oil jumping north of $52 a barrel yesterday. that's a one-month high, crude prices rising in the days after that chemical weapon's attacks. gold also climbing yesterday, during the day h
FOX Business
Jan 8, 2017 2:00am EST
willing to do to stay in power? dagen: yeah, how about that office hacked by china. >> yeah, look, i agree partially with what john said. nobody's taking over the election system. what they are doing is sending resources. and, look, i've worked with some of the local governments, it's not hard to hack these machines. if anybody knows how to do it, the russians or chinese do. >> the federal government has a right about the presidential like a but that said, do we want them involved? first of all, easy to hack. there are some machines in some towns and voting slots, that's why so badly stupid and old-fashioned. dagen: final word. >> right. but americans wonted voted for and they know why, and they made their own choices. we shouldn't pretend americans got duped into voting for the wrong person. but we do need as a society for americans to have faith in our institutions that includes our election system. so whoever's in charge. the federal government or the state government, they need to ensure that that process has integrity and that americans can believe in it. dagen: a big thanks to everyb
FOX Business
Feb 5, 2017 2:00am EST
china. meanwhile you have to wear a mask when they walk around because they burn so much coal. >> gary is right. what's killing the coal industry is clean, analogous that is cleaner than coal. i don't agree cutting this regulation. you talk about where you can dump our waste and can it get into our streams and rivers? to me, it doesn't seem like they went after this regulation. it's just red meat to the base. dagen: special thanks for lee and kathy joining us. it's not you. it's me. nordstrom telling ivanka trump they're dumping her clothing line. why someone here said that could help your bottom line. they'll explain next partly suny . dagen: john, your prediction. >> my cowboys aren't in the super bowl but tom brady could have a fifth record-breaking super bowl. he sponsors under armour, i think the stock is up 20% for the year. i do own it. dagen: bull or bear? >> i will bull on it. dagen: jonas, your prediction? >> nordstrom may backfire because they still sell the stuff even though nordstrom doesn't. dagen: john. >> amazon effect. bear. dagen: thanks. >> all right. well, look who
FOX Business
Feb 5, 2017 6:00am EST
in china. meanwhile you have to wear a mask when they walk around because they burn so much coal. >> gary is right. what's killing the coal industry is clean, analogous that is cleaner than coal. i don't agree cutting this regulation. you talk about where you can dump our waste and can it get into our streams and rivers? to me, it doesn't seem like they went after this regulation. it's just red meat to the base. dagen: special thanks for lee and kathy joining us. it's not you. it's me. nordstrom telling ivanka trump they're dumping her clothing line. why someone here said that could help your bottom line. they'll explain next partly suny does your child need help with digestive balance? try align junior probiotic. so she can have a fraction dominating... status updating... hello-yellow-belt kind of day. get 24/7 digestive support with align junior. the #1 doctor recommended probiotic brand, now for kids. [he has a new business teaching lessons. rodney wanted to know how his business was doing... ...so he got quickbooks. it organizes all his accounts, so he knows where he stands.
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