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FOX Business
Mar 18, 2014 1:00pm EDT
selloff last week. there have been worries about ukraine and china. these are the things that have been plaguing the market. one of those days where they buy them up. all sectors have of arrows. we were up 122 points. we got some news from the housing there. homebuilders are higher on the news. the big picture is building permits on the rise and the underlying numbers are promising for the spring. green arrows across the board. the tech heavy nasdaq the best of the bunch. back to you. adam: nicole, thank you. cheryl: ali baba is leading towards lifting its ipo on the new york stock exchange. the chinese retail giant chose new york over hong kong. adam: a game changer for walmart. they will start offering store credit to customers selling used video games. customers are giving gift cards based on the values of the games that could be used on anything in the walmart store and all mine as well. the business is already familiar with this. cheryl: abele is rolling out its newest version. the new eight gigabytes phone is a tech giants cheaper solution to the most expensive model. apple is bet
FOX Business
Nov 29, 2013 11:00am EST
. as we offer new experiences we get bidders from all over the world, germany and china, new market is london. these people get these lifetime experiences and business is growing as a result. dagen: finish your thought. didn't mean to interrupt. >> we come up with these new experiences and interestingly this season we find the newest celebrities are the titans of wall street and technology, new experiences with leaders starting new companies are generating a lot of money for charity. the kids screaming in the background, great day to be on the stock exchange. dagen: it is. is there one person or one event that is your dream auction that you are shooting for, poking at that person or that company? >> i am so sorry, son the kids screaming in the background. please repeat. dagen: is there one executive or celebrity or event or experience you want to auction off? >> great question. we have a list of great experiences. we have 1500 experiences, there are a couple of unique ones we never had before and we have half a dozen this close to going wide sell i can sit what they are, we have one or
FOX Business
Mar 20, 2014 1:00pm EDT
innovation. i bring from china and a julia going after businesses and financial institutions. california leads the nation in computer systems hacked or infected by malware. along tesla to skip dealerships and sell directly to customers. they are opposed to this bill a common theme, but a side story, arizona is one of four states fine for lithium-ion battery factory that was supplying the main california plant. mark cuban taking a swipe at silicon valley. in a lengthy blog post dallas mavericks owner says silicon valley has become too much like hollywood in the tv industry. no one wants to start something in a garage and build it, they are looking past the pitch to the next of capital. translation, it is all about the money, not the ideas. adam: jobs did it well. existing home sales falling flat hitting in a 19 month low. they blame the weather. but it is more than that. cheryl: one, two, three. and you are out at the old all game. a nightmare about one week to go until opening day. it's a growing trend in business: do more with less with ss energy.hp is help. soon, the world'
FOX Business
Nov 14, 2013 11:00am EST
manufacturing capacity and spend half of that money in china. three hundred eighty two million people living with diabetes this year. that is a latest on the fox business network giving you the power to prosper. .. connell: we'll update you on a story we talked about earlier, the gas pipeline explosion in texas south of dallas, still burning big time, providing pictures and phil flynn, fox business contributor in chicago we checked in with him and he is telling us a crude pipe line near the explosion could be affected so there will be more from phil coming in on that and a developing story as it develops from texas. dagen: last gasp for lincoln? day. needs to get something right. alan mulally of ford wanted to drop the brand but lincoln is in the midst of a turnaround or trying to turn around. lot will depend on a luxury suv, crossover small, compete with bmw mercedes and cadillac. lincoln executive vice president telling fox business why his company is betting on crossovers. >> this will change people's mind about lincoln and this segment is a 200% since 2009. a lot of baby boomers t
FOX Business
Aug 12, 2013 11:00am EDT
to l.a. and 45 minutes. or the east coast to china in two hours. i know that would be a game changer. elon musk has specific interest. we have an incredible model here of what it may look like. >> yes. you get a sense of the amount of volume and comfort level. >> why don't we have a seat and check it out. we are sitting in this comfortable seats. >> this capsule, once we get loaded in here, we'll go through and airlock into a tube network and accelerate like a car accelerating onto an on ramp. it can be routed automatically through the network. it hosts just like a space capsule in orbit. >> that is so cool. >> the equivalent of a 40 lane freeway. >> that is amazing. we are sitting in this capsule right now. i have road on my fair share of trains and planes and automobiles. how would it actually feel in action? >> once it is coasting, you'll feel like you feel right now. there is no friction in space. the most proven form of travel in the universe. we are just bringing this space travel conditions down to earth. >> you and your company has been working on this technology for more tha
FOX Business
Nov 15, 2013 11:00am EST
saying there are thousands of additional deaths. china is easing its family planning rules that limit families to one child. couples will now be allowed to have two children if one of the parents was an only child. the decade-old policy could be a move in china for the rapidly aging population. and a rookie harlem globetrotter has set a new guinness world record for the longest made shot in history. made the basket from nearly 110 feet away yesterday in phoenix beating the previous record by five feet. the timing worked out pretty well since yesterday was guinness world records day. those are your news headlines and the fox business network. connell: good job. 30 shots to take it. dagen: what an astute observation. good job. connell: don't know where we got her from. looks like warren buffett still likes energy but he is changing the names he likes, the energy patch. berkshire hathaway's latest disclosures out. the company sold 10.7 million shares to conoco phillips investing in exxon mobile. exxon doesn't like it and when you look at them outperforming exxon over the last five years
FOX Business
Sep 19, 2013 11:00am EDT
significant portion of our revenue coming from the united states. the operator will be a china data company. we will have a great team. we will have a major presence in the united states. cheryl: at the same time, it seems like to me it is really a global story for you. there is a lot of competition here in the united states. why compete in the u.s. when you could be in china, india, other parts of the globe. >> the attractiveness is that there is a lot of u.s. companies that do need a global solution. there is a true and only global solution available. in our offerings, it is light. we do not ask people to put money down. we own all of the aircraft. with that business model, it is really revolutionary for the united states. you only pay an hourly fee. when the united states came out of the recession, companies shot away from an investment and into an aircraft. you only pay for that hour on the aircraft. i think the other element is we only fly new aircraft. lori: would you consider an ipo? >> at this point in time, it is not in the cards. we can act fast. we can act swiftly. at thi
FOX Business
Dec 12, 2012 11:00am EST
. connell: are you worried at all about a slowdown in china? charles: europe is up. japan is. they will need natural gas and coal. global demand for this will be huge. this is one that i think people should own long-term. dagen: thank you. charles: by the way, i loved your interview with representative sanchez. dagen: thank you, charles. connell: a quarter past the hour, let's go back to the markets. nicole: we are looking at it now. they are digesting a big acquisition. as i noted, this is a top performer. it is up over 4%. let's take a look at the broader orchid and -- let's take a look at the broader market. the last time we saw this kind of trend it was up seven days. the dow is up. back to you. dagen: at it again. north korea launching a rocket. legitimacy of the regime. we will talk about that coming up. connell: to the stage for similar seeds in different areas of the nation. first, let's take a look at world currency. ♪ there is no mass-produced human. every human being is unique. and there is one store that recognizes it. the sleep nuer store. the only place in the world you'
FOX Business
Sep 16, 2013 11:00am EDT
customize it to their logo and colors. we have clients from china that by here. the amazing reason for that is the chinese can do it for less money. our quality is better. a little bit of an uptick. dagen: you include the automakers. how does it feel to have a market rally? connell: sandra smith is at the cme with the latest. you have stock futures that opened last night up across the board. traders are taking note of the record high levels. we have been doing triple digit gains on a whim. you are less than a percentage point away from the all-time high. they are watching a lot of those key levels. nicole was saying earlier that is giving a boost. gold prices, they are up $11. they are not liking the reason why the stock market is where it is. they just do not like the business. back to you. connell: still awaiting president obama to speak at washington in any moment. dagen: we will bring that to you live when that happens. ♪. ♪ [ male announcer ] now, taking care of things at home is just a tap away. ♪ introducing at&t digital life... ♪ ..personalized home security and aut
FOX Business
Nov 1, 2013 11:00am EDT
can go as far as japan and china. and what people do is if they're is a bad season in california they bring in one. basically giant container ships. tracy: makes it and blended. known for shipping their bulk wine. >> yes, they are. always some business back and forth about whether some of the bulk wine is actually label the way it is supposed to. tracy: that is a great story for another day, but tell the world there is no shortage. >> still go out and buy wine, but there is no shortage. dennis: plus, time for stocks. that said to the floor of the nyse. you know, september, usually the worst month for stocks. wickes closed up. and we close to begin. surely we cannot close up for all of november, can we? >> actually, we are entering a very good seasonal climate for stocks. the trading calendar inequities. that would be an expectation. as long as the fed is standing behind this marketplace and other asset prices as long as there is no economic news which we don't anticipate, my expectation is that the market will continue to push higher. we will pull back here and there, but if we don't
FOX Business
Oct 10, 2013 11:00am EDT
, strawberry and caramel. they candy will be launched in the united states and china in january. read his latest so i can reach ally bank 24/7, but there are no branches? 24/7. i'm sorry, i'm just really reluctant to try new things. really? what's wrong with trying new things? look! mommy's new vacuum! (cat screech) yoyou feel that in your muscles? i do... drink water. it's a long story. well, not having branches let's us give you great rates and service. i'd like that. a new way to bank. a better way to save. ally bank. your money needs an ally. >> i would hope mr. president would look at this as an opportunity and a good faith effort on our part to move halfway, halfway to what he has commanded in order to have these conversations to begin. dagen: chief economist, he called himself a denier in terms of the dire consequences if we hit the dropdead date on the debt ceiling. so to that point, they are proposing extension six weeks, november 22. why do it if it is not such a crisis? >> i think they are scared it is, and that is always a problem. for example, personally think tarp was a mass
FOX Business
Oct 9, 2013 11:00am EDT
. >> anytime you think about prioritizing that is the question. and china, japan, are we going to pay them first or social security and veterans' compensation for disabled veterans? i think the treasury doesn't make that decision. i don't sing they will, what they're likely to do with the following. all those bills come on monday. they don't have money on monday. they wait until tuesday when they when they have cash on hand and all the bills on monday. that can't go on forever but that is the best guess as to what they will do. connell: they wait for revenue to come in middle of the weekend that is from tax receipts in the middle of the weekend they will pay at. is there another date? i don't know if we are getting too far but is there a drop dead date. it would be a default. >> lockheed martin and the biggest contractor, and send the $1 billion bill from the department of defense and send it to the computer, doesn't get paid. we have a contract you have breached. the government has said we said we would pay you and you are not going to do it. more serious is what is happening at a short e
FOX Business
Dec 18, 2013 1:00pm EST
ways. i make a big investment in china not fated to any of this yet, is it? jeff: they have new plants over there. in the long-term i think it is a good move. adam: thank you very much. cheryl: what a positive attitude he has. somebody will snatch them up. better-than-expected housing data lifting homebuilder stocks today. nicole petallides on the floor of the new york stock exchange. the good news on housing as we are now 45 minutes away from the fed decision because they will talk about housing. nicole: there is no doubt. they have had stimulus in place for some time. up 1.6%. some profit numbers that beats the street. the housing numbers that came out really showed some strength up almost 23%. they move them to the highest level we have seen it almost six years, so that is why we're seeing these homebuilders doing well. continue to keep an eye on the 10-year bond. effective the mortgage rates and as people may be less likely to run and jump and buy homes. right now at 2.87%. adam: take a view at the new ad from sears. cheryl: have you seen this? it is hysterical. adam: there
FOX Business
Nov 12, 2013 11:00am EST
coming out of a recession, china has stabilized. i doubt if they will accelerate any, but stabilizing in this range helping other emerging markets. we have japan actually in the second quarter it was the fastest growing developed country in the world. it's growth at least seems sustainable for a few quarters, so all in all it is surprise on the upside next year. connell: let's focus on the united states. we get wrapped up on how much the government is holding us back, nothing can get done, but you hear about corporate america and things tend to be doing pretty well. the private economy, can the government slow us down? is there a point you get worried as we were talking about during the fiasco and the mess in washington the government might slow down the private growth? >> private sector really is doing well. grilling above 3% now. a drag from the government really a lot of positives, pent-up consumer demand not only for autos, houses, leisure activities, eating out, those kind of things. business capital spending will increase once they see that pent-up demand. in additio
FOX Business
Nov 20, 2013 11:00am EST
. but utilities are up around the world. places like china, we sell it here as well. jeff: follow us really quick. we have to run, sorry about that. you have huge unveilings coming this year. >> last week we showed it. we talked about the mustang on december 5. last week in brazil showed the concept. a lot of stuff coming. jeff: this is the luxury small suv, and you are priced right on it. >> is is the fastest-growing segment in the luxury industry. it looks great, lots of technology and unique powertrain. but also just look at the vehicle and different portions in the escape. the next story is transformation. jeff: they have lacked a little bit, but they think this will be a big boost to ford and lincoln sales going forward. we will be here all day. wish you were here. lauren: i wish i were there as well. hoping the new lincoln really sells well because they needed to work to really keep brand in business. jeff, thank you at the l.a. auto show. doesn't want to say don't even after earnings missed expectations so where is that stock now and where is it headed? talk to me. >> you're a
FOX Business
Oct 22, 2013 11:00am EDT
bottom line operating margin in china is not any higher than what we see in the u.s.. he went on downplaying the report saying the issue right now does not warrant me spending a special trip to china. the comments coming day after the news surfaced that a medium-size law say cost 27 you on in china or 4 for u.s.. you compare that to $3.20 in chicago, $4 in london as you look at differences in other cities. there you go. the starbucks story and a follow-up from the company. that is what they are saying. if it is too much don't buy it. dagen: bob balance during the government shutdown charles payne is here to tell you about it. connell: then more on the apple announcement coming up later today, pat expected, we will have challenges apple is facing. coming. world currencies carry against the dollar in case you want to buy stocks lost a one of the city's. >> 23 minutes past the hour your fox news minute. it is not know what prompted yesterday's shooting rampage at a sparks have animals will. he injured two class a tentacle life of an eighth grade math teacher before turning the gun o
FOX Business
Oct 25, 2013 11:00am EDT
how the world would change if we beat that run. china overtaking us as the central economy. these things we don't necessarily talk about every day, but what is the biggest x factor in this? politics, something else? >> like i said, if we are thinking about the midterm elections five years before barack obama was elected nobody even knew who barack obama was. things are going to change a lot. to predict what is going to happen. u.s. economy strong energy sector. if we really exploit those resources and remove our dependence from the middle east and middle eastern oil, that will increase our terms of trade, we won't be importing as much. dagen: i tell you this, lest the economy goes to hell in a handbasket, interest rates longer-term interest rates will surely be higher than they are right now and the bigger question is can you have a market that continues rallying with rates going higher? >> interest rates are at historically low level. a rising interest rates are not necessarily good for stocks but the majority of the gains come as interest rates are rising. when we are still at 2
FOX Business
Oct 24, 2013 11:00am EDT
again. we do have retailers and drugs looking good today. we got good economic news from china. we continue to get earnings. we are watching forward closely. they talked about global growth going forward. ford is up 1.4%. doing well with the ford focus. back to you. dagen: thank you, nicole. connell: the big story in d.c. today involves these contractors. they are facing some tough questions on capitol hill. dagen: basically a website that does not work front to back. rich edson is live with the very latest. rich: a lot of finger-pointing. we get this all the time on capitol hill. the lead contractor on this responsible for the exchanges in 36 states said it had eight technical reviews. the group says that the administration's decision to disable anonymous shopping, in other words, you can go onto the website without putting your name in and personal details, that glitch, that change created all of these problems. at this point, you are still getting tough questions from lawmakers. >> we, too, were ready to process. our first awareness of difficulties was ten-one. we attempted to d
FOX Business
Oct 31, 2013 11:00am EDT
the variables that make the united states more attractive than opening manufacturing plant in china? >> first of all, people. we have an invigorating workforce, we are highly productive, where the most productive nation in the world and we retrain our workforce regularly. the rules are the rules. sometimes too complicated. we are like number for the world today, all signs are pointing forward. peter: government officials are saying cheap energy in the united states. >> imagine a world where the united states will be energy sufficient. >peter: what are the reservatios clients might be having right now? is there anything out there like the fiscal colleagues in the washington, government shutdowns, health care form, obamacare, are they concerned about those things, do they make them hesitate and think twice? >> what those things do is create uncertainty. certainty provides confidence, and so if they were looking for some big policy changes. we need to get bac back to simpe vacation of regulation. if we did those three things, gdp would move from 2.523. dennispeter: you are a regular e
FOX Business
Jan 16, 2014 11:00am EST
enterprises over in china is being investigated for illegal businesses. jcpenney closing 33 underperforming stores. tesla, what a week for tesla. got to throw it in there. up 17% this week. a lot of reasons why but sales for tesla, up 17% this week. cheryl: there is one of our showdown picks back in the day. nicole, we'll see you in a bit. dennis: much anticipated oscar nominations out this morning. ours car oracle is back with us to take us through his picks and his thoughts on it. we'll hit for you guys, getting into oscar pool. tarik, most likely he is right. best film, nine pictures nominated. 10 nominations for "gravity," "american hustle" and nine for "12 years a slave." are those only three that count in this category. >> they really are, in two words dennis, the "american hustle." is overperformed. four nominations in all acting categories. that is unusual. christian bale got in knocking out tom hanks and robert redford. amy adams got in knocking out emma thompson. bradley cooper knocked out james gandolfini. 2 it could win the big prize. dennis: your pick for "ameri
FOX Business
Sep 17, 2013 11:00am EDT
rise to 2.4% in november and december sales and in 2011 and china will become starbucks had second-biggest market by the end of this year. and canada is the number 2 spot. and 4,000 locations across china and the asia-pacific region. the latest in a fox business network giving you the power to prosper. nascar is about excitement. but tracking all the action and hearing everything from our marketing partners, the media and millions of fans on social media can be a challenge. that's why we partnered with hp to build the new nascar fan and media engagement center. hp's technology helps us turn millions of tweets, posts and stories into real-time business insights that help nascar win with our fans. dennis: the know what it is like to play that song? our next guest has played keyboard with everyone but the rolling stones to eric clapton. now all chuck has come of with the interestingly to get people to visit the website he co created, mothernaturenetwork. when they click on news stories points can be redeemed for making charitable contributions to environmental causes. joining us is th
FOX Business
Aug 30, 2013 11:00am EDT
, but if you read through the washington post and see something like the governments of iran, china, russia, north korea are difficult to penetrate maybe that is known but if you get into things like that, that is dangerous. >> yes, we may see more of that. they can use this to their advantage. they may think we know something that we don't know or they find out we don't know where something is or don't know much about their nuclear program they might do things to continue that. is really troubling. and it will show up in the newspaper, or assets, and on the front page of a major american newspaper, very troubling. connell: the precedents are troubling. what about actual intelligence or actual information in this report? and something you thought i really wish that hadn't, anything--actual information that hurt us? >> the stuff about the usama bin laden raid. this is not the last time we will go after a high-value target. some stuff terrorists may not do anything about but hearing about phone intercepts, analysis, things along these lines, at some point we may have to go after other
FOX Business
Jun 20, 2013 1:00pm EDT
. back-to-back. concerns about tapering. concerns about china. that really has been front and center. very strong dollar. no safe havens to speak of. gold is down $83. we are also watching the vix, the fear index very closely. remember when it was at 12? 18.5. here are some data loggers for you. whether it is disney or intel or coca-cola or financials like bank of america. ten have been 200 points links. volatility has been key. back to you. tracy: thank you. >> fox business contributor phil flynn of price futures group is in the pits of the cme. goal comes to its lowest level in nearly three years. where will we make some money today? >> not on the long side, that is for sure. we took out some major support today on this number. first of all, the fed. that is the big elephant in the room. we are talking about tapering. we are talking about a rising dollar. that will put downward pressure on oil. china has been a major physical buyer for the gold market. with credit tightening, it makes you wonder how much more money they will have available. this week, there may not be a lot. the ot
FOX Business
Oct 25, 2013 1:00pm EDT
shipping but could china put some all in their fourth quarter stock. we will ask the cfo next. when we made our commitment to the gulf, bp had two big goals: help the gulf recover and learn from what happened so we could be a better, safer energy company. i can tell you - safety is at the heart of everything we do. we've added cutting-edge technology, like a new deepwater well cap and a state-of-the-art monitoring center, whe experts watch over all drilling activity twenty-four-seven. and we're sharing what we've learned, so we can all produce energy more safely. our commitment has never been stronger. does it end after you've expanded your business?? after your company's gone public? and the capital's been invested? or when your company's bought another? is it over after you've given back? you never stop achieving. that's why, at barclays, our ambition is to always realize yours. lori: wrapping up the week here on ball street. let's bring you up to speed where we are. back to the floor of the new york stock exchange to check in with nicole petallides. nicole, stocks posting modest gai
FOX Business
Nov 21, 2013 1:00pm EST
of plants in china to turn its, for example cadillac plant. but those plants in china, not just to get close toward markets there but to turn those hubs, those gm hubs into exporting hubs for gm into that region. he is cars not coming out of the u.s. coming out. gm cars coming out of china. that is a debate too. you will see a lost spin about this out of the government about this by year-end, as treasury slowly unloads its shares. the thing is, yeah, we made money on aig, 23 billion. you know what will else the government's stake in aig making money there, federal reserves money printing. ashley: qe. >> helped float the shares higher. those are the angles to watch as this debate unfolds. we'll stay on top of the story. ashley: all over it as usual. elizabeth macdonald. thanks so much very much. appreciate it. >> sure. cheryl: statistics out on growing numbers of flight delays. ashley: back to planes. cheryl: you're a frequent business traveler you can not afford to miss this story. that is coming up. ashley: that is if you're not missing the airport all together. >>> internet phone
FOX Business
Oct 30, 2013 1:00pm EDT
europe, exposure to china. how are the operations going to move forward with the government dates coming out in terms of shut down? the practice we have seen before is an overall concern where we will have a major effect on the market. adam: there's no question we won't get the taper, but do you think we will get any guidance they will start tapering at some point in 2014? is the market looking for that? >> yes, will we get that? no. they will change the date up on top. the safest move to make right now. adam: jpmorgan talking about too much liquidity in the global economy. creating asset bubbles in the emerging market and here as well, isn't it? >> i would just say there has been a lot of cash waiting to come into the market this quarter. waiting for the right opportunity and it hasn't seen the right opportunity yet so we're getting a big snowball effects now. nicole: you want to make some money? charles payne is gaining through home-building and mortgage finance company. you are a little bit of a contrarian. already running up. charles: it is interesting because the conversation
FOX Business
Oct 28, 2013 11:00am EDT
a western civilization in particular -- and let's not forget china as well -- that is going through a substantial demographic change. and as investors grow older, what they're looking for is income. what they're concerned about is outliving their money, a regular income to pay bills. and it is not going to change regardless of what happens in the short term. and as it relates to deleveraging, we're talking about governments and banking systems which ties into derisking. so what we've got here is, you know, you've got this dramatic overlay, and i think fit gets to -- its to the issuance of the treasury market. to tie this back into qe and some of the debates on interest rates these days. you guys were announcing industrial production, again, very punk. overrated if you strip out autos and aircraft. then you look around the world at interest rates today, and we talk about our sort of ponzi scheme game going on with qe ever forever, but you look as an example canada, you look at germany, the u.k., and you look at those ten-year rates of these other goths, and they're all 240, 250, 260.
FOX Business
Sep 17, 2013 1:00pm EDT
above 50 is viewed as favorable. the flat reading is the result of rising mortgage rates. lori: china is nipping at the heels of the u.s. when it comes to coffee. it is about to become the number two market for starbucks. the coffee chain has plans for two new flagship stores in beijing. one of which will be 4000 square feet and two stories. adam: a big win for chevrolet. the chevy silverado. gm took top place sounds like the perfect new model. it also gets the best mileage in its class. the silverado barely beat out the dodge ram for that top spot. lori: gas prices hit a new record today. it may sound troubling to you. it could be worse than what you have been paying. adam: steve ballmer said to leave microsoft. lori: gunning for tesla. the new plan to zoom past tesla in the electric car race. take a look at metals as we head to break. ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] now, taking care of things at home is just a tap away. ♪ introducing at&t digital life... ♪ ...personalized home security and automation... [ lock clicks ] ...that lets you loser to home. that's so cool. [ male announcer ] g
FOX Business
Nov 4, 2013 11:00am EST
to mcdonald's, do you? dagen: coffee. just for the coffee. you mentioned china though. is the u.s. is second to china in the world economic leader many americans think just that. startling details from a new poll coming out on the next hour of "markets now." connell: eric schmidt is enraged. calling it possibly illegal. coming up. straight ahead. my customers can shop around-- see who does good work and compare costs. it doesn't usually work that way with health care. but with unitedhealthcare, i get information on quality rated doctors, treatment options and estimates for how much i'll pay. that helps me, and my guys, make better decisions. i don't like guesses with my business, and definitely not with our health. innovations that work for you. that's health in numbers. unitedhealthcare. >> the key thing that the president is trying to get away from, and that is that he told people he could keep their insurance, and that was not the truth. and whether you like the model of obamacare or not, the fact that the president sold it on a basis that was not true has undermined the founda
FOX Business
Jul 26, 2013 11:00am EDT
of a fed chairman. >> i think you're right about that. he is a bull in a china shop and as is very brash and aggressive terminology that may suggest does not play well with others. the fed is an organization that likes to build consensus around whenever its policies are. that may be something that would be better. in terms of policy there would not be a very big difference in terms of personality. very strange in some ways that the white house is even floridian is as a trial balloon because threes as he talked about conservatives about like him. a reference of the problems he has had with women's groups. but -- and liberals like him. that's from talking about the bloggers. a huffington post business section. everyone is yelling. is it wall street's? would it be the wall street crowd that would be pleased? >> i'm not sure what the source of the original was that actually said that larry summers would even be considered. i'm curious about the credibility of the source. considering who i would prefer between the two, it's almost irrelevant you would prefer, but i think that she has mo
FOX Business
Jan 18, 2013 1:00pm EST
miss that. tracy: no, no, no. all right. china says its economy surged last quarter. one expert isn't buying it. i'm not only skeptical sicilian here. he will tell us why. ashley: don't believe a word they tell you. first how is the dollar moving right now with the dow kind of drifting along? as you can see all of the currencies down again the dollar. the dollar is up across the board. we'll be right back? [ woman ] if you have the audacity to believe your financial advisor should focus on your long-term goals, not their short-term agenda. [ woman ] if you have the nerve to believe that cookie cutters should be for cookies, not your investment strategy. if you believe in the sheer brilliance of a simple explanation. [ male announcer ] join the nearly 7 million investors who think like you do: face time and think time make a difference. join us. [ male announcer ] at edward jones, it's how we make sense of investing. ashley: china says its economic growth accelerated for the first time in two years with a nearly 8% gdp in the fourth quarter. sounds great, doesn't it? but my next guest
FOX Business
Sep 23, 2013 11:00am EDT
they see. we don't know the breakdown of china that was a new market for the iphone. so how much can we read into the strength because that 9 million was at the top end of what people were expecting. >> would it shows is despite the fact there were not very many ground breaking things is that apple still enjoys a large customer base and people of gotten frustrated with the tim cook version he just is not rolling out the products fast enough. you saw they expected to hit the higher end of sales projections for the fourth quarter they will just have a faster quarter based on the phone. dagen: looking at the microsoft surfaced tablets announcement, can it make any type of dent? the ipad is getting old can make a dent into that business? >> it is in its own unique situation where they have a lot of cash they are starting to make moves there is the old adage that to he who controls the most wins at the end of the day the fact is microsoft has been relying on a the personal computer too long now we saw the move with nokia so i expect them to do some great things. whether it pays off ti
FOX Business
Aug 12, 2013 1:00pm EDT
up 93 cents, exploding up. on top of this, with all enthusiasm about china and strong demand, it would be driving up the oil prices with it. it is. not as much as you think. oil prices were lower. they have turned higher, and they turned higher on concerns about supply issues. the supplies are cut off from the strike, and as well as north sea production problems bringing up the oil. back to you. lori: thanks so much. amazing to see the $23 move in gold today. following up with you throughout the afternoon. thank you, sir. >> thank you. lori: another huge mover in today's session is blackberry announcing they are exploring options including a sale. is that the best option? joining us, brian, morn jr. stan analyst, thank you so much, sir, for joining us. it's worth to question, even though shares of blackberry are higher today, is this move too little too late for the maker? >> >> i think it is, too late for quite some time. the base case is they sell a modest amount of phones, gain market share selling into certain countries, retaining the customers, and that's it. today's news do
FOX Business
Jan 29, 2013 1:00pm EST
levels taking their toll in china. the businessman has a fix for those that can afford it. that is coming up. ♪ [ male announcer ] how can power conmption in china, impact wool exports from new zealand, textile production in spain, and the use of medical technology in the u.s.? at t. rowe price, we understand the connections of a complex, global economy. it's just one reason over 75% of our mutual funds beat their 10-year lipper average. twe price. invest with confidence. request a prospectus or summary prospectus with investment information, risks, fees and expenses to read and consider carefully before investing. . ... melissa: so we have breaking news right now. let's get to the floor of the new york stock exchange. there is an interruption it published trades, nicole? >> that's right. let's break it down a little bit. number one, i want to talk about investor confidence. when we see headlines there is some sort of trading issues or published trades or data feeds, what does that mean? should investors at home be nervous, john? >> it depends what the issue is. today's issue is quite s
FOX Business
Oct 17, 2013 1:00pm EDT
company will be dealing with the impact of the china slowdown for another couple quarters. adam: president obama says no shutdown caused completely unnecessary damage to the u.s. economy. peter barnes is live for us outside the white house where we go next. peter: we got a little bit of a preview of the future budget and debt ceiling battle to come. the president thinking democrats and reasonable republicans, that was the term that he used, in a statement this morning to welcome the reopen of the government. take a listen. >> there has been a lot of discussion lately of the politics of this shutdown. let's be clear. there are no winners here. these last few weeks have conflicted completely, unnecessary damage on our economy. peter: the president also laid out his agenda for the rest of that year. he wants to try to reach a deal on a responsible budget. that was phrase. he wants to finish work on a farm bill. we saw a photo op of democratic and republican leaders of the house and senate budget leaders who have they got together to try to get started on these negotiations. they ta
FOX Business
Dec 19, 2013 1:00pm EST
. and i'm very worried about china too. i don't think it is unequivocal that we're out of this mess. i think the u.s. is in better shape but the world is not necessarily a place that is on a glide path to prosperity next year. tracy: let's talk about handing the baton back to the market, doug, as you alluded to earlier. do you think that therefore brings more volatility if the market is the one that has to keep things smooth going forward? >> of course. that is normal volatility. going from the 12, 13, 14, to the 16, 17, 18 on the vix. i think that is normal. i think it is very dangerous. i think the market is very mistaken if you think you can go back and forth. give to it market, give it back to the fed give it -- that is a very dangerous situation. that breeds uncertainty and expectation. we're all-in now. the expectation is they're not going to hand it back unless there is some egregious problem i don't see. certainly europe. china is doing better than before. >> true. >> but it would have to be extraordinary circumstance, not just down markets. ashley: very quickly, to jon, it was
FOX Business
Nov 11, 2013 11:00am EST
way through southern china. dagen: with more on that, meteorologist maria molina covering the storm. maria: good morning, dagen and connell. the storm has been downgraded. the longer typhoon, but creating heavy rain in vietnam, impact in that area. even very strong wind. several more inches of rain across parts of southern china, higher amounts of rainfall. loooing at flash flooding and even mudslides possible so that is something we will keep an eye on. farther off toward the east, east of the philippines we are tracking another disturbance across the pacific ocean, and it is forecast to come together a little bit. you can see it on the satellite picture as it approaches portions of the philippines and we're expecting more areas of heavy rain especially along some of those areas already hit so hard, again more rain, more gusty wind. the only good news is we don't think the storm will intensify or become another typhoon. salt to the wound across the philippines. connell: maria, thanks. burial molina in the fox business weather center for us. dagen: the dow on track to set another re
FOX Business
Dec 19, 2013 11:00am EST
disordered world right now. the middle east, tensions in the south china see, and how could you have left us such a disordered world, and finally in opinion polls whether she's running against chris christie or jeb bush, she's about even when she should be ten points ahead. so her candidacy is not a done deal. dagen: and also it would depend on who would vie for the democratic nomination with her. if she decides to run, do the leaders of the democratic party basically keep all other comers at bay? >> well, the way the system's set up you cannot, for instance, force joe biden not to run. but it would be -- dagen: they could have discussions. >> yeah. i think it would be difficult to challenge her. but then would she be tough enough for the presidential run if there was no primary competition? connell: well, i noticed you jumped right through the primary almost assuming she would with be the nominee and then added two names of people who might run against her. are those the two most formidable republicans, jeb bush and chris christie? is that why you named them? >> they're the two who
FOX Business
Dec 16, 2013 11:00am EST
america is advising clients if the people's bank of china pulls back at all on monetary and creates a credit crunch at all essentially this could be very bad for people who are investing and they are advising them to take out credit default swaps. over at the bofa, he is in asia. and saying that the bank they're advising buying credit, basically saying that they should buy swaps on five-year chinese debt as the easiest way to quote, hedge the china tail risk. there is lot of context here. remember back in june international markets shook after hints that a chinese central bank governor would be cushing credit and then lending rates in china skyrocketed. remember that? in october the pboc held back on liquidity operations. the market anticipated that and may put a brake on credit expansion. look how asian markets reacted to this. kospi was down. hang seng was down as well as nikkei was down. shanghai was down 1.6%. if you look what actually happened on the ground, dagen and connell, seems the roll back on the credit they have been talking about actually hasn't been fully executed. if y
FOX Business
Nov 6, 2013 1:00pm EST
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FOX Business
Dec 13, 2013 1:00pm EST
, emerging markets in asia. china, korea, taiwan look interesting. even in the context of a taper, because we think the countries are running current account surpluses, they have strong foreign currency reserves they're better position to withstand that taper than some other of the emerging markets. ashley: brian i want to ask you about the consumer and psyche of the consumer. we're in busy and very important holiday sales time for the retailers. could you argue that the consumers are on the end of a deleveraging cycle if you like? then next year we could see a nice push forward from the consumer which is obviously very good for this economy? >> i think that has been speculated about for some time. from the consumer standpoint let me take a slightly different angle on that. one of the things i, as i have as a concern going into next year is, new mortgage rules hit the books in january. so on the mortgage side i think the first half of the year the banking industry and lending industry will be in a feeling out process about exactly what those new rules mean. ashley: yeah. >> so you may see
FOX Business
Feb 7, 2014 1:00pm EST
had china after the holiday big buyers in the cash market. back to you. lori: gap among the biggest winners in the s&p 500, the retailer posting a 1% jump in same-store sales beating analysts' expectations. gap also issued better than expected fourth quarter earnings guidance. among the few bright spots in the retail sector many of competitors are hurt by heavy discounting in we export traffic over the holiday season. adam: the company buys back more shares, apple has purchased $14 billion of stock in the last two weeks since reporting disappointing quarterly earnings which brings the total buy back to $40 billion over the past year but still a quarter of what activist investor carl icahn has been urging apple to repurchase and shareholder advisory firm egan jones is getting in on this. the companies as apple shareholders should vote against carl icahn's proposal. lori: charles schwab telling fox business 1,000 jobs will be moved out of the city, the company not yet saying where the jobs are headed but it is, quote, not looking to reduce the number of employees firm wide. what had o
FOX Business
Dec 6, 2013 1:00pm EST
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Dec 18, 2013 11:00am EST
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FOX Business
Oct 9, 2013 1:00pm EDT
east. it will make the debate of the 1950s who lost china, it will be tame by comparison to what we will have to come. lori: fascinating discussion. your expertise is always so welcome. >> thank you, lori. it is a pleasure thank you. adam: as we do every 15 minutes we go back to the floor of the new york stock exchange. mark newton is there for us. mark, i know we're up about 50 points. is this a yellen put or something else at play? >> i don't think so, adam. the market pulled back a large amount in percentage terms in just a very short period of time. this is more about, you know, stablizing after a large pullback. market was down 4%. we could see a little bit of a bounce over the next couple days. a lot of people expected yellen would take charge. so that is already well-built into the market. important to know that commodities are showing signs of deterioration on dollar move. the move in the u.s. dollar index people are watching. we'll see, a lot of people thought we would rally a little bit into the fed minutes. we'll see exactly what comes out of that. everybody expected it w
FOX Business
Nov 13, 2013 1:00pm EST
particularly from china and we are focusing on janet yellen, that will be later tomorrow and let's look at macy's up 9.5%, as they own bloomingdale's coming in with a good profit after last quarter. lori: the deputy chief information officer testifying before congress the administration underestimated the volume of users. rich: the hearing is now, the administration saying anywhere between 20-25,000 users can log onto healthcare.gov at the same time. by the end of the month they are doubling down on their promise the vast majority of users will be able to log on to that site. the one official, chief technology officer said we are working as hard as we can to hit the november 30 deadline. they are hitting the witnesses as to when this will be fixed and in the end how much this is going to cost. >> does anybody know? if it is not working, does anybody have any idea how much all of this is going to cost us in the end? nobody knows? >> even microsoft windows vista launched better than this. rich: promise make and keep the health insurance plans if they like them. folks are having trouble getti
FOX Business
Aug 20, 2013 1:00pm EDT
global shipping is picking up and rebuilding a construction in china, here's the thing that bothers me, credit suisse goes upgrade to neutral from underperforming the target from 8 to 10. almost $11. that is the kind of stuff that why people don't make money. year to date the stock is up 46%. and the last 52 weeks of 59%. they are going to like the stock at $15 a share after it has been up a triple digit move. it is buy now and breaks the $11 and the stock is significantly undersole legitimate the rates for different shifts, they are going up almost monthly, a rate indicator. dennis: that was emphatic. cheryl: they come in after this. charles: 59% move but put in the target below where it is. what are you telling me? keep the target at 8, were you doing, confusing people. dennis: never understood racing to will hold. how can i hold and if you told me not to buy it? before we will go through a hold from a sell. you told me to sell it, how can i hold it? dennis: charles payne. cheryl: for making money to losing money fast, amazon.com experienced a service outage yesterday that hit them r
FOX Business
Sep 16, 2013 1:00pm EDT
going on. from september 19th until the 21st. a legal holiday. october, the golden week. china they actually encourage people to go on holiday. a big demand coming in. the stock is breaking into a huge move right now. the execution is turning around. a swing of earnings misses. i think there will continue to be dead as they do the stock should continue. lori: the driver for quite some time. how is las vegas in and of itself? >> you know, just so-so. every now and then there is a little sign of life and then it fades away. really this is where the growth is. it's just amazing and absolute growth. from now on based on what happens more so. adam: you're looking much further out than just a holiday that there not -- the fall and october holiday. >> and thinking that china will start to ease some of their visa restrictions for chinese citizens going in there and i think macao will continue. this growth has been mind-boggling, but a lot more to come. lori: i was in vegas and it was hopping. adam: rick folbaum. you know who he is making a lot of money. bill gates. microsoft's chairman and
FOX Business
Aug 19, 2013 1:00pm EDT
times it is right thing to do. ashley: it is. i wonder how many companies who do business in china end up hiring of officials there they're dealing with. i wonder. nicole: we were talking about that earlier this morning. if you were a private company that hired somebody may be a great worker over somebody else and you have a business and want the business to do well, ultimately seeps like a great idea, doesn't it? ashley: also the culture of chinese culture is a little different. anyway that is under investigation. nicole: apple shares enjoying a nice bounce since carl icahn tweeted his love for the stock but big money hedge funds have been dumping apple. liz: son the story. ashley: as we head for the break look at some of today's winners and losers on the s&p. we'll be right back. [ male announcer ] how do you get your boue? 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. ♪ tracy: well, take a look at the dow 30. the majority of stocks are wel
FOX Business
Oct 28, 2013 1:00pm EDT
helped offset weakness in china. now take a look at shares toyota and general molters, right now mixed. lori: and the new york stock exchange another step closer to twitter's upcoming initial public offering. over the weekend the nyc did a test run of the debut, calling it successful. hundreds of thousands of orders went through the system during the test as the nyse tries to avoid problems when facebook went public, and according to wall street journal, bank of america analysts do say they expect twitter to stay unprofitable all the way through 20 1r50. adam: quite a few people will still try and get in on a that ipo. apple's cash hoard coming under pressure from carl icahn, but is he using the media to his advantage? charlie gasparino grills icahn coming up, you'll only see it on fox business. lori: and power knocked out to thousands as hurricane-force winds batter britain, believe it or not. adam: plus, former senior adviser to george w. bush, karl rove, will join us on what he calls the obama administration's credibility issues. after enrollment on the health care exchange we
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