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Jun 17, 2015 6:00pm EDT
the world. but when it comes to china it might be too late. >> what was the last time anyone saw us beating, let's say china in a trade deal? they kill us. i beat klei china all the time,m not saying they are stupid, i like china. charles: they are not stupid. as we head to think of the economy, china has amassed an army, engineers, largely educated in the united states, 2013-14 more than 274,000 chinese steunt students in amern universities. majoring in science, technology, and engineering and math. big paying money jobs. 758 thousand "high net worth" individuals with a collect of fortune 3. tat 8 trillion dolla. big news because china hopes to replace the dollar as world's currency, china does own $1.3 trillion of our debt. any day now, any day, china will complete the man-made islands, positions in pacific. here is the real deal they want to defend billions of gallons of oil in the south china sea, china, something to be reckoned with. we have a great panel, fresh faces, i am charles payne. you are watching "making money," let's meet investment pros, gordon chiang author of comes
FOX Business
Apr 15, 2017 6:00pm EDT
please with china's advice and suspends nuclear activities, china will work to protect the security a denuclearized regime. china is saying we are talking to the north koreans and we are going to say we'll extend our umbrella of protection over them if they denuclearize just like the united states has with teethe obligations with japan and others. charles: it's not the defensive posture that gives them sway. if they did not have nuclear weapons it would be a blight on the map that no one cared about. quick jong-un, what advantage would he have by giving up these nukes. he would have negotiating power how to extract from the west and the chinese. if he continues down this path the chinese have a lot at stake, too. they thought they would push south into the china sea and before anybody knows it we will have expands our role and range down into the south china scene. now here is north korea drag the their cans back in there with force structure. if we renuclearize the south and re-enforce the fad position and put fad in japan, this will undo a lot of the work the chinese have been pat
FOX Business
Apr 17, 2017 6:00pm EDT
tantrums anymore. as they keep on saying china has to sort this out. it shows you that china is absolutely necessary to doing this. north korea through conventional, old-fashioned 50-year-old cannon a til tri. it will cause huge amounts of casualties. china doesn't seem to have much of a reason to come to the table with us on this. the trump administration is in a tough spot. charles: a lot of bluster but although no official red lines, by saying to north korea you will have to get your act together or as president trump said earlier today, they quote have to behave, them never have before. what might make this change this time? >> chris is right. there isn't much pushing them to come to the table with us on this. what's so interesting. it's interesting bailtsd does mean that president trump is negotiating himself with china. there are things going on in front of the scenes that we all saw. i think vice president pence was careful but sourceful in his words. he was very aauthoritative and at at same time careful. and i think it was embarrassing for north korea. but we have diffe
FOX Business
Dec 17, 2016 6:00pm EST
most bilateral relationship america has, with china, is sound. the chinese may be seizing an under water u.s. navy drone in the south china sea. investors panicked on word of this. joining us now to discuss. captain nash, over the last week or so x have even a series of incidents that seem to becoming more and more belligerent. who do they seem to be sending the message to? president obama or president-elect trump. >> that's a good question. there have been times when the chinese snubbed the united states and president obama personally. everybody remembers the stairs coming out of the back of the aircraft an out to go down the stairs of tear force one. trump was big on the campaign trail about not telegraphing to your adversaries about what you would do, and you should take -- he should take his own counsel today. charles: he didn't rake trump over the coals per se for takele call from the taiwan president. was this retaliation for that or just that china feels they have no obstacles with the current administration? >> i think it's the former. i don't think this will be a pastway o
FOX Business
Apr 6, 2017 6:00pm EDT
. other top officials here in florida with the president for this showdown with china. now the issue of syria and how to go about it. it's at the forefront as well. what should happen. i think it is a disgrace for humanity. he's been a think that should happen. the secretary of state rex tillerson also here. on his way down. he was asked by reporters if a coalition should be put together to try to remove him and tillerson said those steps are underway. this is a remarkable change from the administration over the past week when they said last week that the regime change was not at the forefront but then you have the present yesterday saint after he saw all of those images and has had an effect on him. he must be flexible. you've a major meeting among the top principles as to how to go about syria and what to do there. thank you very much. military action is taken to syria. what option does president trump have quacks from what i understand what i've been reading there are five things that don't necessarily had to be singular options by things on the table. the strategic air strikes. t
FOX Business
Jul 12, 2016 6:00pm EDT
, the ruling that china has no claim on the islands in the south china sea. a belligerent china thumbing its nose at the world. what will obama do? next. v charles: the administration made a pivot towards asia and the economic and limit goal of the president as a second term. but an international dispute between the u.s. ally the philippines and china over islands in the south china a. the hague ruled china has no claim on those islands. china vowed to expand the man made military bases and islands in the area. what will our southerns do? david, you write for the navy times. this ruling has implications that could have been at the top of the headlines. at some point japan will have to think about ditching their pacifist constitution and the rest of the region will go to a full-fledged arms race. >> that's a concern. i think all the countries in the region are focused on deescalating. charles: they are? are you serious? >> the u.s. partners like the philippines. the philippines statement was low key it wasn't beating the drums of we are. i think this has been a round rejection of
FOX Business
Jan 4, 2016 6:00pm EST
are some bar gauges but in joint's time to be cautious. charles: how important is it china continue to be the star. maybe the u.s. has to pull its own weight. >> it's been the straw that serves the drink. now according to how want to believe about the china statistics, and sometimes not believable. but somewhere the growth rate is 2% to 4% so it feels like a recession in china. i make a couple points about why china is slowing down. the manufacturing and output slowed considerably in the last three months and that caused a great flight around the world in terms of stocks. but china did something stupid which they learned from the united states. they have circuit breakers on the market. that i believe contributes to the manic selling. it's like having depositors in the bank and you tell them you can't pull out your money, that causes them to panic. >> just so the audience understands. today was the first day china puts any circuit breakers. they go down 7%. they don't know what to do, they close up the market and everyone goes home. so we don't know what kind of pent-up selling we'll ha
FOX Business
Dec 12, 2016 6:00pm EST
. what type of stance as he can to take with russia and china with all of the people that have been adversarial to his excess. what we finally had now is a world leader that people will respect. and quite friendly someone who frankly someone who has worked into embassies overseas i could tell you the place absolutely needs to be shaken up. >> i think what she's missing here is the air picking their battles and this is a battle they want to have. they actually are saying exxon mobil being this gigantic corporation is can have some skeletons in their closet they're going to be doing that. like the assumption that they knew about climate change. they will find anything that they can twist around. they will try to get some kind of question on president trump. it does a business all over the world and you may find a skeleton or two. but you might find achievement and knowledge. this is the most significant post in the cabinet. let's leave it there. next one of his fiercest rivals. chris stewart tells us there is no evidence of a russian plot. he prepares his plan to help trump drain the
FOX Business
Mar 14, 2017 6:00pm EDT
a big factory out in china. they have huge demand for suvs. the country has to take on a chinese partner to avoid the tariffs on trucks if they made them here and shipped them. peter morici, this is not fair trade. peter: no, it's not.o has one e, and gary cohn is keeping him marginalized. you have got a war between bannon and navarro who helped trump win the white house. now these other folks who have been brought on board that represent the new york continue as we are with china. because they are interested in opening banks. it doesn't show the president is serious it was a basic promise. he backed off it. it's not good news, i'm very disappointed. charles: scott, when you chris crossed massachusetts in that old pickup truck, you felt what people knew. these opportunities are leaving our country because of policies we never pushed back against. scott: that's true. ford is building in china. it's not unusual they go around the traditional tariffs by getting a partner in china. they are building in china. none of those vehicles are coming home. charles: if they didn't have a 25%
FOX Business
Dec 22, 2016 6:00pm EST
. charles: i'm charles payne. president-elect trump moves to tap outspoken china hawk peter navarro. joining me right now, congressman ron desantos. i have got breaking news i want to talk to you briefly. police in australia have prevented a bombing that was being planned for christmas. donald trump is promising the to change the way the western democracies think about this, and we need to rethink how we are handling this, particularly the european countries who aloud so many refugees to come in who were up vetted. charles: yesterday in mara lag oh they tossed out the muslim ban and registry. and donald trump said egg i told you is coming to fruition. do we need to go that far and revisit th visas. i would focus on countries that represent a danger. if people are coming in unvetted, that does present a threat to the american people and it's not worth taking the risk. do it by country rather than by religion. charles: one of the things we are learning about donald trump is the tweets aren't island. lockheed martin, boeing, carrier, maybe china is learning this as well. perhaps a trade war bei
FOX Business
Jul 5, 2017 6:00pm EDT
this threat on north korea. they have not had any care for russia or china. they are not going to listen to anything that you say. so it's time that we all stand together and say we'll not put up with this action. to sit there and oppose sanctions or go in defiance of a new resolution means you are holding the hands of jim congress un. charles: we -- of kim jong-un. first thing we saw this morning was a joint communique between china and russia wagging their financial officers at america for prove vision. >> they have obviously been talking behind the scenes to come out with a joint statement that quickly. what they have to realize is things are going to get contentious for them. if we goat back channel with the japanese like maybe stepping up p up and taking some of our troops from korea if the koreans won't let us do what we need to do in south korea and japan goes nuclear. that would send russia and china through the overhead. we are that serious. we can do a lot of things before the bombs drop but we have to be strong and resolute in doing so. charles: the administration i sta
FOX Business
Dec 8, 2014 6:00pm EST
the other countries are growing like india and china. they're growing their gdp two to three times minuter the u.s.. -- more than the u.s. charles: anthony, we know this has not been a normal economic cycle. do you feel, though, we're getting in sync to what normally happens after recessions? >> actually, not yet. i still think you're going to have that flattish, tepid growth. puts me in the optimistic sort of goldilocks scenario for the stock market -- charles: so you think investors should not be correlated directly with the economy, in other words, they should be one step behind or one step ahead? >> i actually think they're right where they need to be which is long the u.s. stock market. at the end of the day, you've got a perfect scenario for stocks. you've got a fed that cannot raise rates here, you've got enough growth where the economy's going to do fine and the stock market through the engineering of stocks -- charles: buybacks, dividends -- >> all that stuff is going to cause the market to go up. bull markets do not end as a result of old age, they end in your forya, and
FOX Business
Jul 28, 2017 6:00pm EDT
do agree with what rebecca just said. to pressure north korea and pressure china and other people trading with north korea. we ought to have an oil embargo. that would really hurt pyongyang and russia and china would have to sign up for the oil embargo. frankly russia and china want us out of the korean peninsula so we don't have too much leverage. we should have military options open although if we don't take a kim jong-un right-of-way right away they could be catastrophic and you could have millions of casualties on the korean peninsula and tens of thousands of u.s. troops as well. lea: rebecca j.d. mentioned an oil embargo on how the chinese would have to plaintiff that. in fact what we are seeing from china is china buzzing our aircraft. we are seeing trouble with our ships trying to conduct freedom of navigation operations. we are not in a good place for china so how how else do you see us being able to put pressure on north korea without actually using military action? >> china is finding that it's not all that easy to be a world power and it's not easy to get north korea ba
FOX Business
Feb 10, 2017 6:00pm EST
nuclear north korea as well as rising china in the south china sea. but they could potentially create new park ets together over the next decade worth $450 billion. so there there are a lot of economic opportunities on the horizon. charles: abe came bearing a lot of things to invest in infrastructure. they wanted to do things like use their high-speed trains. $150 billion over 10 years. 700,000 jobs. wh's noto like? >> i take that rain almost every week. prime minister abe understanding things the media and globalists don't understand. donald trump is a guy willing to do business. trump realizes japan is responsible for $100 billion in jobs. he realizes the u.s.-japan relationship will serve as a furks ulcrum against china's expansion. by the time the guys hit the 9th fairway they probably will have negotiated a bilateral trade deal. this is good politics and good for the u.s. charles: during the campaign then candidate trump talked about japan, paying for those bases, pulling their own weight. refocusing on the notion we better send china a strong message. not just economicall
FOX Business
Dec 23, 2016 6:00pm EST
wrong message to russia. you have got north korea and china and pakistan look at this. this is probably not the right way to use twitter. >> is he escalating things? >> i had the privilege of serving president reagan with responsibility for nuclear forces and arms control. and i have to say, i think what donald trump is doing here is channeling ronald reagan, like to ray again's coming into office after the presidency of someone who was massively undermining our deterrent posture and credibility. this has been sort of a light motif for barack obama. he wanted to rid the world of nuclear weapons and it turns out i had in mind, starting with ours. all of the countries we have been hearing about have been responding by building up their own nuclear forces. britaining with as you know, this a modernization program for your nuclear forces. every nuclear state and a lot of wonna bees are working on this. it's going to be an expensive and difficult business toss reconstitute a safe, effective and reliable deterrent which is what donald trump seems to have in mind. but it has to be don
FOX Business
Aug 12, 2017 6:00pm EDT
clear to china and north korea, we are in a qualitatively situation and they need to understand that. your editorial in the journal at the end of last week i thought was right target. paul: i think there are people who think it's not a good idea going forward for the president of the united states, great global power to get into a tit for tat with kim jong un, north korean government, would you agree with that? >> i think we had ample sufficiency, i think what we need now is diplomacy from china. i think diplomacy with north korea is a waste of time. with china to make it clear, the seriousness of the military situation and also in my view to talk to the chinese about reunifying the peninsula which i think is the last diplomatic play open to us. paul: the message here is maybe more to china to demonstrate that the u.s. is serious this time. we mean it when we say they cannot -- north korea cannot develop an icbm with a nuclear weapon. is that the main target? >> well, i hope, i hope that's the message. i mean, i think we've got two different scenarios, one let's say an attack on guam
FOX Business
Sep 25, 2015 6:00pm EDT
protection agency first? russia, china, cuba? no, it was the united states. and also place this climate wash environmentalism. two different things, the climate, all of their models were wrong, all of the predictions were wrong, but if you look more broadly to environmentism, we have done a great job with that >> you are looking at just the music, the majesty of all, this is madison square guarden, 20,000 people, a lot of them selected through a lottery process, this is a moment of a lifetime sharing it with them, watching it live, i want to come to studio and you are a catholic yourself. you know, catholics in america, particularly in this area of the country, were torn with the pope, his criticism of capitalism and sort of finger pointing at america, a nation to chris' point that's done a lot for the rest of the world, done a lot with respect to climate change if you will or whatever you want to talk about, we've been at the forefront and for a lot of point, and i'm in that camp that capitalism has saved the world, taken man kidney to a different level where to a place of hope
FOX Business
Jul 12, 2017 6:00pm EDT
like china will give us cooperation we had hoped for? >> well it doesn't look like china is going to give us the cooperation right now but, let that play out a little bit. i am sure there are talks going on behind the scenes that are well outside of the public view but what should we be doing now? is we should be doing what a holocaust survivor once said when asked what was the lesson of the holocaust? he says when somebody says they're going to kill you take them seriously. we can not just disregard this because he is a kook and people want to make fun of him and deride him. but you take a look at this guy, capabilities that he has got, the testing he has done, he has a very serious weapons program. and pretty soon he will be able to back up his rhetoric with hard there, with real hardware that can do the job. he is already probably capable of launching an emp strike on this country -- trish: why does china even want him there, right, captain? >> yeah he is a buffer. he is a buffer. if you look at the korean peninsula, the southern part is allied with the united states. the northern
FOX Business
Aug 8, 2016 6:00pm EDT
that is with china. and just by sheer math what it does and the associated offshore and of our investment to places like mexico in china has depressed our growth rate. when they pushed china into the world trade organization over the next 15 years we saw our growth rate cut in half we lost 70,000 of our factories and we got over 20 million people who can't find a good job at a decent wage. we need the trade. just like ronald reagan was but what they want is good deals for the american people. he was in detroit today gm and ford over the last few years had basically said billions of dollars to mexico to invest in new plans that should've been in michigan. one because the corporate tax rate is too high so if they go to mexico is like a tax cut. so off they go. in michigan gets hurt. as the unequal treatment of how we treat back taxes. under the rules they are disadvantaged and so gm and ford go to mexico instead of michigan and that's the kind of thing. >> that's not true at all. the car companies are doing great. if you want to shut it off with china the same thing you're propos
FOX Business
Apr 1, 2016 6:00pm EDT
iran to the tensions in the south chain ra sea -- china sea. general scales. i think this is a well-timed summit, but we know about these global gatherings and oftentimes nothing's come comes out of it. >> i think the events in paris and belgium underscore the importance of this conference. notice how it changed the last four or five years from talking about deescalating the threat of nuclear weapons to the issue of loose nukes and terrorist events that use dirty bombs and nuclear weapons against the west. it's a complete achange. i think everybody realizes, everybody in the west realized one of isis's principle goals is to score a weapons of mass destruction event in the west. god forbid a nuclear weapon. it could be just a dirty bomb in a large western city, and we know from the event of the last two days that no one has completely accounted for the thousands of tons of nuclear material that's scattered all over the world. and to bring the nations together to find this stuff and put it under lock and key, keep it out of the hand of isis is job one, charles. charles: you are on don
FOX Business
Jul 9, 2015 6:00pm EDT
-- >> the leading mercantilist economy in the country, in the world, and that includes china. germany does not want to screw up what is a very, very profitable -- >> but yet, lou, they're basically standing alone in this situation. like you said, you had groups going sideways. you had them going up. now, how far can you continue to go forward? if you extend this proposal -- charles: but, joe, is there an ethical question here? is this about the stingy german workaholics taking advantage being loan sharks, if you will, against their brethren down in greece? >> i don't necessarily think it's being loan sharking, to be honest with you. [laughter] that's a little hash. i don't think it's loan sharking. i think -- charles: but tsipras has said, what varian few cat has said, he played the nazi card. >> we know he would do nothing but tell the truth. >> i think it's what you have to do. i mean, they're in a position where you're looking at a major problem down the road. it isn't just now with the proposal, you know? you have to say who is here to save us. it's germany. charles: and i like th
FOX Business
Oct 9, 2015 6:00pm EDT
china. longer term, start looking to 2016. we're going to have easy comparables and come to earnings, earnings should rebound huge. so if we don't get a year-end rally, i think that's going to be wrong. either way, the catalyst. >> and donnie asks will ford be the best audio stock? i don't think so. i know a lot of people fike ford, even the ford f-150 may lose the title this year, the sievthe survey caught on, general motors is the stock you want to buy if you want an audio stock. and would you consider a pull back or direction in price points, well, the price is right here. and look at this chart. i like to see it up just a little bit. i think above 120, that's the major breakout, you may see it at 124, it's a stock that i love love love. it's over sold. and teddy asks. on ben carson earlier talking about the despicable competent about ben carson. have you given him your endorsement if not why? >> well, i've never really endorsed a candidate before but i happen to love ben carson as a christian and a patriot to be quite frank with you. but i haven't made up my mind yet, and i hope
FOX Business
May 12, 2017 6:00pm EDT
for being with us tonight. i really appreciate both of you. the u.s. and china reaching a trade deal. is the devil in the details. that is coming up next. [vo] when it comes to investing, looking from a fresh perspective can make all the difference. it can provide what we call an unlock: a realization that often reveals a better path forward. at wells fargo, it's our expertise in finding this kind of insight that has lead us to become one of the largest investment and wealth management firms in the country. discover how we can help find your unlock. >> to the u.s. and china had a reach a trade deal that opened the chinese market. with the credit agencies. china also lifting its ban on u.s. beef imports. president trump tweeting this this morning. china just agreed that the u.s. will be allowed to sell beef and other major products into china. this is real and is. wilbor ross said the deal should reduce the trade surplus by the end of 2017. he spoke earlier today. and as of july 16 the u.s. it will be free to export livestock to china is a huge breakthrough because this is a two and h
FOX Business
May 13, 2017 6:00pm EDT
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FOX Business
Jun 30, 2016 6:00pm EDT
, manufacturing output up 57% since nafta went into effect. 20% to 30% since china joined the world trade organization. how do we connect those dots? >> you are hitting on the key issue for donald trump. there is actual policy positions. and there is political positions. right now what donald trump is trying to do is break what most republicans have talked about for years and trying to connect more with the common person. the question you are hitting at is a good one. does it translate into more jobs? i think the economists are showing they are not sure that it's going to. he's trying to get back a voting bloc he feels like republicans have lost but he's articulating against policy that most conservatives believe will actually work. charles: when you talk about opening markets. in chain today we talk about you have got to grease a lot of palms. and when we enter their country they steal all our intellectual policy. but by the same token. how many real manufacturing jobs can we bring here that will be great-paying jobs? >> if we balanced our trade deficit which is predominantly manufacturi
FOX Business
Jun 28, 2016 6:00pm EDT
mexico and china, huge. charles: matthew, populism but a lots of people say, good things have happened since the trade deals. only recently have we seen the stagnant economy hurt workers across the board, what is your take on this? as an economic issue whether we need to go away from trade agreements. >> i think that global free raid is a noble ideal like world peace, something that thomas jefferson embraced. i think that generally these free trade agreements make us wealthier, but you know not all trade is necessarily good. i hope that is what donald trump is getting at, for example, we don't want to trade nuclear material with iran. charles: we're talking about economic free trade, there are a lot of people saying this is hurting us, for example nafta goes into effect, january of 1994, pennsylvania had 876,000 manufacturing workers, last number that number was 565,000. everyone is pointing to trade, we know that there are things such as productivity and robots, but as far as america is concerned the culprit is unbalanced free trade agreement. >> short-term it can get rid of jobs, on
FOX Business
Jul 13, 2017 6:00pm EDT
prioritize the interests of our country. tensions between china and the u.s. is getting ugly with the deficit hitting its highest level since 2014. trade deficit with china about $30 billion. ouchy. can this really get fixed? i would love to see this fixed for the sake of american workers who need those jobs. but how likely is it? >> it has to be fixed. i think one of the reasons president trump is president is because of this issue. america entered terrible trade deals around the world, but none worse than china. it's not free trade. they are not nearly as open to our products and services as we are to theirs. president trump ran on this mantra we'll' reinvigorate the american worker and work from a position of strength. china needs us much more badly than we need them. gerri: at the end of the day they have to sell in the u.s. because we have this huge consumer market. when you pull apart the trade deals, these things are like 40 years old. they are archaic. don't we need to update these and get something for u.s. workers? >> good evening to you, gerri. yes, we do. nafta, you are ta
FOX Business
Jun 19, 2017 6:00pm EDT
chynna -- china can do more. we can talk about sanctions on countries that supply or do trade with north korea. and i think that we can look at china and talk about banking sanctions. you want to see something that will scare china quickly, that is banking sanctions. we have a problem in the u.s. government was not utilizing out of the assets we have at our disposal with diplomacy. diplomacy is not just looking across aisle and making a moral argument of another country should do something. we're the united states of america we should ou utilize out of the assets. charles: jillian. >> what we have seen since trump has taken office is him do 10 missile tests, and what happened when assassination in malaysia. i think they o are testing trump, now is not the time to reward them with a diplomatic overture. charles: president trump said, don't let the witch-hunt distraction from the massive accomplishmented. we talked about them on the show, we'll talk about them some more, next. can make all the difference. it can provide what we call an unlock: a realization that often reveals a bette
FOX Business
May 22, 2015 6:00pm EDT
china has the tough time but to think we would do 4 percent is a stretch. we're in a slow-growth environment with 3% the number show that would be a good return for the marketplace i am looking for consistency but one company that we love is air travel is increasing globally. with a significant ownership at the management level. charles: does anybody believe we can grow more than 4%? >> as long as you want to. >> but with interest rates going up and inflation and going uphill it is 4 percent or less. >> this stock market will go higher. potentially go higher for many years. >> to give that regulatory environment give me some government spending if it isn't an option. charles: why are you talking about growth? we are in a recession. but why are we talking about this? >> we're not in a recession. earlier this week we said gdp growth is up 1.8% much higher than where we stand right now. and with the market at this point will continue to reward us even with the fed is so nervous about bye-bye now there are stocks you can buy. >> what kind of policies do you want to see? >> there are
FOX Business
Dec 22, 2015 6:00pm EST
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FOX Business
May 4, 2015 6:00pm EDT
. bad april. a lot of areas doing great. emerging market doing great. china is on fire. charles: i want to ask you about the bond market. everyone called for the bond market to pull back. now, all of a sudden it's doing it and doing it pretty rapidly. what is that telling us? steve: charles, i'm not convinced the bond market is over. i've traded bonds for 20 years. in each of those 20 years, wall street consensus was that this would be the bearish year for bonds. so far it's early in the year. i don't believe income gains are significant enough to spark real lasting inflation. i believe rates will stay low for a long time. matt: i want to pigg piggyback n that. will you give it to germany? any of the european peripheral countries? charles: what about the stock market? matt: there are a lot of places that are looking purely for government backed bonds. if you're looking purely for government backed bonds, us is still the way. a lot of investors buying the tlt because they want state o safety. it's been cutting crushed. for me, as the individual investor out there, you must be carefu
FOX Business
Nov 22, 2014 6:00pm EST
this came from news out of china lake cutting interest rates. charles: it never gets old. have a great weekend. here to help me our investment pros. we have dominik, thank you for spending friday with us. and we love to have you. you're wearing red and the market is still out. we have scotty wearing the right color for the right day. and we have our retail expert hitha prabhakar. still basking in the glow of that or getting married. and the founder and president of 10 financial. matt mccall. first, let's dig into the first "the real, real deal." the stocks rose like a cannonball. now come i have to tell you that i always find it interesting when the headlines read that to our surprise -- that china and europe need a boost. be that as it may, i think the noose continues to be earnings, especially retail. consumers in america, two thirds of our economy seem to be feeling strong if not actually getting strong. what do you think the message in the and the market was at the end of the week? mentor was confirmation that everything that we have been saying for the year is really the truth. th
FOX Business
Mar 18, 2017 6:00pm EDT
-- this is serious stuff. >> fred, next -- i think next week or very soon, rex tillerson is going to china, china is consider one country that could maybe lasso in north korea. would that be our last chance for any sort of hope that head off what could be a catastrophy. >> we have to get china's participation, so far its positions have been up helpful. put forward a peace deal, saying that u.s. and south korea would call you of joint military exercise maybe we could get north korea to cooperate. i'm sorry, but, we will not call that off until north korea has stopped its nuclear program and its missile program. it is always fail snood they don'ed. charles: what else do they have to bargain with? millions of people have starved. what would incentivize them, only thing they can export is missile technology and nuclear capabilities. >> there are significant sanctions, they should be put back on u.s. sponsor terror list, theyre keyo twisting arms in terms of cutting back economic support. that is the lifeblood to north korea economy. charles: hearing secretary of state tillerson speak the way h
FOX Business
Oct 8, 2015 6:00pm EDT
not look like too much weak in china then we have a rally, last friday, we have a report and a rally, there are big deals happening, that is we'll see a lot of deals in fourth quarter. >> what do you mine. >> looks like dell will acquire emc, small players like pmc-sierra get -- >> are they left for dead? >> it adds up. charles: cummulative. >> now we're also seeing, there is not much forgiveness in the market, company like ebay was down today, apple did not really perform that well. but we saw others, real test will be earnings next week, when we see the big banks. charles: can the caterpillars of the world, and freeports of the world can they for most part left for dead stocks be the leaders, provide long-term leadership for a year-end rallyy. >> the real leadership is going to come from pharmaceutical, they have been beaten down with biotechs. >> all right. thank you, let's go to some of your questions, peter said, i am careful to invest, i see dark clouds coming over. i understand that, ari i up about 30% since i sold it about a week ago, we made these sales because we want
FOX Business
Sep 18, 2017 6:00pm EDT
dominate the discourse over the next couple days. charles: part of the problem is where russia and china are. russia and china have a veto which is an impediment of anything happening concrete. >> the reason this u.n. forum is so crucial to his efforts on north korea. a key part of the president's strategy for rolling back north korea's nuclear prarm is sanctions. but sanctions don't work unless they are aggressively even forced. and it will be largely the responsibilities of china and russia. the fact that those two countries have their top diplomats all in one place with trump and ambassador haley and their team the next few days, this means this is a key moment when the president may be able to if you are china and russia not to just sign on on paper on u.n. sanctions, but to actually put muscle behind, even coursing these sanctions. this is some place where they could make progress. charles: hearing nikki haley speak, she suggested the u.n. security council is out of options. but there was a plan put forth that was watered down. since then north korea last another missile. they ignit
FOX Business
Jan 27, 2016 6:00pm EST
everything gets lifted up together, commodities, oil, the european market, and china. i don't think u.s. stocks will jump out ahead of everybody else. charles: yesterday china was down 6%, we were up. i have got to tell you, china looks like it's making duff decisions. they are closing steel mills. they are fires a bunch of people. maybe think start to take the harsh medicine they have been avoiding for a while. globally i think this is a problem. china is doing things that are indicative that they are in trouble. they are trying to protect our currency and they are doing things in term of spending the hard-earned foreign exchange supporting their currency. eventually that support breaks. all hell is going to break loose. charles: china had all kind of other people's money. they are trying to support the economy, the stock market and their currency. i say they should let their stock market fall apart if they start to get tight here. >> they manipulated it higher and encourage the public to buy shares and buy on margin, too. they tried to step in and support the market. so the market
FOX Business
May 13, 2015 6:00pm EDT
regulation. india is now growing at a faster rate than china. there's a reason for that. when you have all these regulations, not just on the small business owner, but also on environmental regulation, on health regulations, it prevents people from moving forward. coming back to this country, we have an incredible country. i'm so proud of this country. but you really notice the difference between being in a country for a week without any regulation. tom: you want to see deregulation. go to hong kong and watch what happens over there. you don't want to miss this tonight. "strange inheritance." fame and fortune week. tonight at 9 o'clock. jamie colby meets with a woman who -- along with some of their secrets. jamie meets a family who inherits rare letters written to their grandmother from a jung john f. kennedy. tonight at 9 o'clock. retail sales flat again for the month of april. we can't point the finger at weather anymore. can we? what gives. we'll debate that coming up next. we're making money in three minutes. ♪ >> everyone was blaming the winter for weak retail sales. but no
FOX Business
Sep 11, 2015 6:00pm EDT
the market up-and-down where they accentuate the volatility. you have the fed, earnings, and china. we should allow the market to go up. thethe risk is the wheels come off, the china complex commodities collapse and we get back. charles: late last week, the narrative became even though it is not official, that at some point soon china will announce a major stimulus plan. you think they have to come through very quickly. >> more than they are doing a big stimulus plan, you don't get bad news from here they continue growing at 45 percent it would be nice if they did another stimulus, but theystimulus, but they have done so many of them, any impact will be short-lived. but you need to have hisis china go to a sustainable growth rate that the world can identify and not continue to decelerate. charles: we mentioned august 24. i'm not sure enough people were that nimble. is it too late to start rebalancing? a lot of things are still down a lot. >> there is still opportunity. down high single digits on the year, and i agree that we will be stronger going into the end of the year. this is
FOX Business
Sep 23, 2015 6:00pm EDT
well meeting with business leaders in the west coast which is a big deal. china and packs a lot of things. ♪ the e-class has 11 intelligent driver-assist systems. it recognizes pedestrians and alerts you. warns you about incoming cross-traffic. cameras and radar detect dangers you don't. and it can even stop by itself. so in this crash test, one thing's missing: a crash. the 2016 e-class. see your authorized dealer for exceptional offers through mercedes-benz financial services. i lost my sight in afghanistan, but it doesn't hold me back. i go through periods where it's hard to sleep at night, and stay awake during the day. non-24 is a circadian rhythm disorder that affects up to 70% of people who are totally blind. talk to your doctor about your symptoms and learn more by calling 844-844-2424. or visit my24info.com. >> million, individuals,m over 1 government workers with security clearances, 6 million, fingerprint stolen, possibly by china. >> right, and one of them, as far as you saw, you know, just an ongoing problem. not only u.s. does u.s. government not departmentalize, th
FOX Business
Nov 21, 2016 6:00pm EST
mexico, canada or friendly countries to us or not so friendly like china and had to blink. they need us far more than we need them. it is not an equal partnership. i think what is important here is interest interest rates. they have risen dramatically. so far i think that's a very good thing. believes that there won't be a trade war. i think that's where we will end up. what we want from china. what would be a better solution for china greater access to their markets or limited imports from china. i would say they keep growing in their economy. i don't want to reduce imports from china. i want to increase our access to their markets. and they talk a good game about that but in reality you talk to any american business that does business whether it's actually over terrorist reactions. it is incredibly hard to make money for countries. they have to start -- stop stealing our intellectual property. to make there's one other issue. the corporate tax rate in canada is 18% in mexico at 17%. if we reduce our corporate tax rates done 15% to be a huge incentive for manufacturing to stay here. th
FOX Business
Dec 1, 2015 6:00pm EST
is cyclical, maybe the 60s looks like this. our debt, the competition, china's currency was just inflated in the i.m.f. they are nipping at our heels. i think america probably in many ways peaked in the 1950s. the idea that we are ordained or will just come back it's harder to believe in that it was before. bill: i'm not as pessimistic as you. a lot of money sitting on the sidelines. if that money were to be invested it would give america an enormous surge. america lead the league in medicine and healthcare and we have the struck in place. it's the matter of unleashing it. the socialism trend that the democratic party embraced has held us back. mr. obama is the poster boy for that. he will go down in history as one of the weakest presidents. i say that as a man who gave him a chance and i don't dislike him personally. i think the record shows his economic vision is terrible, his foreign policy is chaotic. if you want to sway his accomplishments are if you have got one hand you may not even fill it. that's after seven years. we need someone to stimulate the economy and get us back
FOX Business
Apr 13, 2017 6:00pm EDT
will be taken care of. i think china has really been working very hard. >> in the chinese paper one of the main things of warning north korea. brimming with confidence and this would be the wrong time to test the nuclear missile. >> you ask the pertinent question. why didn't obama use this. he never had the well. he didn't want too. this is not collocated. i cannot stress this enough. in the last week and a half this guy in the white house has told the entire world in no uncertain terms i am not obama. i'm not can it just talk for the next four years were to do things and that has put china, north korea and everybody on notice. you understand what's going on around the world. for our men and women in uniform how has this impacted them do you think? >> i think if you are in uniform whether it is in korea or in the middle east somewhere you now know that the president of the united states is working hard and has every option on the table to solve these problems. obviously we know that it's important to have a credible military threat behind us. but we need diplomats who know for sure
FOX Business
Sep 4, 2015 6:00pm EDT
, donald keeps talking about how mexico, how china has really affected the job growth in the u.s. we've got to create jobs right here in our backyard. and the government is not even looking at that. what incentives are they doing for businesses to help create new jobs in the states? charles: ross, i saw one of the headlines this the new york times that said it was another good jobs report, and that shouldn't be a surprise because for over a year they've been good. and i'm wonder, what the hell are they talking about? not only was last year mediocre, this year is worse than last year. >> i think it's good versus zero or -- charles: oh, come on, ross, don't do that, man. this is the united states of america! >> it's not that bad. listen, we're not going to get this roaring economy back when we're not getting the incentives to build businesses like what we've been talking about. but let's also not be too pessimistic. i'm here this southern california, and it's booming. the jobs are high education level jobs, engineering jobs, but they're not jobs for the average american. and that's what w
FOX Business
Jan 19, 2017 6:00pm EST
ross said you have got to punish china for duffel muching steel. no, let as many as just fight briefly. if china wants to hurt its people to give us cheap steel, yes, it hurts american steel makers. but it helps most of america because we've get subsidized stuff. if we disarmed on trade and they subsidized their industries, that would help us, not hurt us. charles:hat abt the americans who lose their jobs. >> it's terrible. but americans always lose their jobs and gain jobs. charles: someone working in a coal main or steel factory, they are going to find a new job? john: 90% of americans used to work in agriculture. they found other work. charles: 80% usinged to work in manufacturing. where do they go? john: they always find something new, i don't presume what it will be. but do you want your kids to work in a factory? these are new jobs. >> i would like them to be able to sell their product into china without the punishment that makes it unattractive. they can dump anything on us but we can't sell them anything. i know it's purist libertarian think. john: when they dump it it'
FOX Business
Jun 24, 2017 6:00pm EDT
latest reminder of the brutal regular -- regime and can the trump administration count on china, we are back with dan henninger, mary kissel and bill mcgurn, sometimes when you focus on one american who has been terribly mistreated to the point of death, it's personal, we have to -- we got to know the family, we got to know otto. >> foreigners are not allowed to go deeply into the country so we are not shown the reality of the life in north korea today. what happened to otto are happening to tens of thousands of north koreans and you said in the introduction we have to stop nuclear ambitions. we saw the chemical weapon use to kill kim's brother and, look, they have the delivery systems now too, they are working on ballistic missile programs, they can send balloons and drop chemical weapons over seoul. this show it is kind of regime. >> you can't negotiate. otto warmbier was clear that he had no respect for the obama method of dealing with him with kid gloves. it was only when trump got tough with them that they got anything -- >> one is absolutely right. this is more than an individual
FOX Business
Jan 23, 2017 6:00pm EST
plan that says i do a lot of business in china. can i build a factory there at least for my chinese workers? >> well, i think what they have to do is they have to make the case that the regulatory cuts can really be big here in terms of helping american businesses come back. they love the sound of that. and frankly, i think it's the most important thing trump is talking about right now. so they have to go back and say, look, if you can really do this regulation piece right, it's going to be great for us, we're going to reinvest. it's going to be great for new business startups, and it's going to be great for the foals you have in your office. let's focus on that win, win, win, and not something that can create a win lose situation. charles: on that note, ford, barack obama, he leveled regulations that add up to $800 billion a year. so when president trump talks about removing 75% of it, yeah, that's certainly music to the ears of manufacturer, homebuilder, or anybody out there looking for a job. >> no. you're absolutely right. look, charles, when was the last time union leaders and
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