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FOX Business
Jul 3, 2013 11:00am EDT
, this ahead of the u.s.-china strategic and check dialogue in washington next week and joining us from washington for a fox business exclusive, the former national intelligence blair, co-chair of the commission on the theft of american intellectual property. thanks very much for being with us, admiral. so the idea -- >> nice to be here, dennis. dennis: the idea of china steeling i.p. from us, how bad is the problem? could it be much worse? >> to put the $300 million figure in perspective, that's about the same figure as the number of exports that the u.s. makes to all of asia in a year so it's a big problem and although we see some signs that countries like china are beginning to develop an intellectual property regime, it's too slow. it needs to be speeded up and we need to protect american companies in the meantime. dennis: we just ran a chart that might be in error. we said $300 million. i think that ought to be a b ought in billion. is that right? $300 billion every year? >> i would be ex at that time i can if it was just that. dennis: are you saying that it was the sales u.s.
FOX Business
Mar 5, 2014 1:00pm EST
much. overpromised and under deliver, the warning signal from china on the economic growth. the new concern china corporate bond market may see his first default as soon as friday. and sh chipotle threatening to k their dip because of, get this, global warming. yeah. here's a word you should keep in mind "unbiased". some brokerage firms are but way too many aren't. why? because selling thfunds makes them more money. which makes you wonder. isn't at a conflict? search "proprietary mutual funds". yikes!! then go to e*trade. we've got over 8,000 mutual funds and not one of them has our name on it. we're in the business of finding the right investments for u. e*trade. less for us, more for you. the fund's prospectus contains its investment objectives, risks, chargesexpenses and other importt information and should be re and considered carefully befo investing. for a current prospectus visit www.etrade.com/mutualfunds. sometimes they just drop in. always obvious. cme group can help you navigate risks and capture opportunities. we enable you to reach global markets and drive forward with
FOX Business
Jun 10, 2013 11:00am EDT
there is the whole hong kong issue and do we get snowden back from china. connell: the chinese might be able to veto any extradition attempts make it even more complicated. getting back to the market for a moment, our next guest says the biggest story at this point investors should be focused on not neccssarily one we will taper, but the continued oil boom. dagen: joining us now. a great boom, great for jobs, but demand is down lower than it has been in a decade. too much supply is bad if you are an investor. >> what does the low cost of energy mean to our economy? so we produce oil right now $0.75 on the dollar to the rest of the world. we produce natural gas. those numbers are staggering. it makes more and more sense to manufacture in the united stat united states. when every single thing you had was made in china. they say 2015, two years from now, we will produce goods at the same cost they do in china. that is a giant shift in our nation's economy. on the natural gas front with the price being so cheap many more companies announced they will change their fleet to natural g
FOX Business
Jul 2, 2013 11:00am EDT
. easrn hr morr. torrows a lf d forhe maets. areollong tt in china. dennis will be speaking with dennis blair. markets now tomorrow. it will be dennis and cheryl at 11:00 a.m. leading you up to the countdown of "the closing bell." "the closing bell" earlier than usual tomorrow. friday is the big jobs report. a very big day for the markets. the former raider -- the former reagan advisor, art laffer is coming up. plus, here we are. a couple days from independence day. taking a look at the most patriotic brands out there. we will have your top five coming up. then some winners. some winners on the s&p 500. there they are. ♪ with the spark cascard from capital one... boris earns unlimited rewards for his small business. can i t the smith contract, ease? thank you. that's three new paper shredders. [ boris ] put 'em on my spark card. [ garth ] boris' small business earns 2% cash back on everychase every day. great businesses deserve unlimited rewards. read back the chicken's testimony, please. "buk, buk, bukka!" [ male announcer ] get the spark business card from capital one and earn unlim
FOX Business
Mar 14, 2014 1:00pm EDT
to the indian ocean. also to the south china sea. meantime another possible lead, chinese researchers say they reported a, quote, seafloor event in waters around malaysia and vietnam, about an hour-and-a-half after the missing plane lost content. the event was recorded in an on seismic region 72 miles northwest of the last confirmed location. the reports say they could have been caused by the plane crashing into the water but no confirmation. just another possibility but again still no sign of flight 370. adam: thanks. cheryl: from a chessboard to a sea of water, that search area. it is incredible. >> a needle in a haystack. the fact that they still in this day and age can't find a jetliner's unbelievable. cheryl: we will focus our attention now to what is happening here at home and that is the markets which have had a really rough week. let's bring in nicole petallides from the stock exchange. major averages struggling as well, china, expectations downgraded, take your pick of negative news right now. >> the market has shown some resilience throughout 2014, negative headl
FOX Business
Feb 4, 2014 11:00am EST
the key problem but what is coming from that is china's growth is slowing for several reasons. its labor force is going to shrink in a year or two, productivity is lower than it has been in the past. china because of rising wages and appreciating currency not nearly as cost competitive as it was so as china slows that is causing growth problems and other emerging markets which were driven by china's industrialization over the last decade or so. with not much pricing power by exporters in emerging markets that is causing profit problems you mentioned. dagen: in terms of china's slowing growth what other parts of the world will pick up the slack if at all? >> we think developed markets going to pick up the slack this year. we are optimistic about the u.s.. we think we will see slower growth in the first quarter because the inventory accumulation in the second half of last year will slow things a little bit in the first quarter but without that, we look for three to 3% growth this year so that is much better than it has been in the past, the euro zone is coming out of recession, we th
FOX Business
Jul 5, 2013 11:00am EDT
strengthening cyber security. the event in washington will mark the first gathering of u.s. china cyber security group. a small but growing number of closing retailers are bringing some production back to the u.s. 800,000 jobs have moved to foreign clothing factories. the dark knight returns number two comic book cover will be up for sale next month in dallas. the cover created by writer artist frank miller is expected to go for more than $500,000. that is the latest from the fox business network. giving you the power to prosper. ♪ before despite the stronger than expected job numbers out, there is still a big fear among workers currently employed to go out there and look for a new job. jeff flock is in illinois with more. jeff: i am at a place called apex plastic. a lot of workers do not want to be first in, or lasting, first out. you have a lot of temporary workers. >> get rid of some of the uncertainty about obamacare and the taxes so i know exactly what is going to happen. not knowing what they are going to do next is making it a bit problem for us. jeff: this is the way peo
FOX Business
Aug 29, 2013 1:00pm EDT
, some of the latest data on china is showing acceleration on their activity, so that is broadly supportive of not only overall u.s. growth but the u.s. cap the market and financial market incorporations to benefit from the ability to sell more goods overseas. lori: does the export growth signal to you possibly a stronger jobs report next week? what are we looking at? payrolls created? >> we see jobless claims hold down near the record lows since the crisis ended, generally positive steady as she goes for the labor market, nothing. the robust numbers he wanted to see come out of such a deep slump but something you can still be able to the unemployment and keep growing jobs faster than the rate of the population. lori: what do you see the headwind to the economy now? we are gaining up for another budget battle in washington. any of these risks in your mind? >> some of the concerns appear to be fading a bit but with the budget battle will be the overhang the next few weeks. these things tend to go down to the wire. that puts us on edge through at least mid-october. that is a someth
FOX Business
Apr 30, 2013 11:00am EDT
. north america, china, the president there fell flat there. this is another name to put up there. she was up for the top job at johnson & johnson and didn't get in. people were kwuszed as to why. she was great at acquisitions, consumer, consumers relations and so far she's done a miraculous job with avon. i had written this company off personally and they were offered by $10 billion and they rejected that. very similar to the yahoo story. dagen: it's appeared to be new ads here in the united states and i wrote a grotesque amount of tv and they are effective. i noticed one yesterday. connell: good stuff as always. another big story today and home prices on the rise. home in phoenix that is recorded the biggest annual gain. bob shiler will come on and talk about that. dagen: and volatility with -- i'm saying this. yeah. hog prices and other commodities due to the wild weather patterns we've been getting. connell: thank you for that. dagen: there you go. pig at the trough. uncle sam borrowing money. that's how much it costs right now. 10-year yield. it's a brand new start. your chan
FOX Business
Jan 27, 2014 11:00am EST
emerging market contagion. it is certainly something that we are watching. right now china -- there is questions for growth there as well. this is the unknowable right now, does this turn into a bigger global contagion. at this point, we do not think so. connell: 10% or something like that. interesting. dagen: thank you. great to see you. come back soon. connell: the most hated these out there. airlines keep seeming to pile up. one thing that seems to put people off. dagen: talking about that very thing. he founded the agency. they had a record year. they're talking about buying second homes and vacation homes as well. connell: google making a run at artificial intelligence. it is all ahead on market now. ♪ [ male announcer ] meet mary. she loves to shop online with her debit card. and so does bill, an identity thief who stole mary's identity, took over her bank accounts, and stole her hard-earned money. unfortunately, millions of americans just like you learn all it may take is a little misplaced information to wreak havoc on your life. this is identity theft. anno one helps stop it
FOX Business
Jun 11, 2013 11:00am EDT
in number, copper, major companies a run world, demand is not there, china could be in a slowdown but what liz is talking about is they have done well by cutting their costs, they cut employees and expenses, they cut their overhead. what is the second, the revenue top wine has to continue to grow. if that doesn't grow where else will take that expenses? liz: long-term and different sides. i am really taken with the narrative of the middle-class consumer coming in, new middle-class consumers in the emerging market. $3 billion more coming on line in china, going to hiring goods, even more, we have more employers hiring right now, the highest since 2008 according to manpower, the second straight quarter of companies hiring. we haven't seen that in a while. liz: 31 countries including greece and spain. liz: that is a macro trend. cheryl: you're in the middle of two strong opinionated women right now, about that. came out with an economic report that there will be performing, japan and the united states, we are going to be leading the global economic recovery. >> and won't denied that.
FOX Business
Sep 13, 2013 11:00am EDT
cockeyed out, iran, china, russia as a new alliance. they can't even get together and all of a sudden they are being forced together in response to the u.s. action. that is really a threat. dagen: one last thing. if you were the president would you nominate larry summers to head the federal reserve? >> you like larry summers. he thought larry summers did a good job. it just happens that most democrats, republicans, democrats don't agree. dagen: most of those wanting to be the federal reserve chairman because we talk about him. i can't wait to. if that man is head of the fed i can't wait for the first press conference. he is going to suffer. connell: won't be boring. will they are won't they? united airlines has to decide whether to honor some ticket sold for next to nothing in an online ticketing mistake that was made. we will talk about that. they make and we were just talking about, larry summers makes fed chief. more smoke around this fire. connell: remember this guy? former imf chief domenique strauss-kahn? he is looking at aggravated charges in france but he has a new job. that is the
FOX Business
Jul 11, 2013 11:00am EDT
there. they are now changing the economy in china. it could send more jobs back here to home. >> reduction costs in china have risen very rapidly. labor costs have been growing much faster in china than it has in the united states. >> apple has now said it will build some of them in austin texas. it seems to be a popular place. connell: thank you. dagen: when you hold up a blackberry, you cannot call it a smart phone. no. i will say something that will get me fired. [ laughter ] connell: thank you. much more still to come. dagen: smokers could actually be getting a break because of another, you got it, glitch. connell: fish oil pills. new research shows the pills may be linked to a higher risk of prostate cancer. we will have back coming up. dagen: darius, he is doing good with some wine. he will tell you all about it coming up. crude oil. what is it doing today? ♪ [ male announcer ] at his current pace, bob will retire when he's 153, which would be fine if bob were a vampire. but he's not. ♪ he's an architect with two kids and a mortgage. luckily, he found someone who ga
FOX Business
Jun 12, 2013 11:00am EDT
economy relied on a few constaats the u.s. would print plenty of money, keep interest rates low, china would provide a lot of demand, vacuum up commodities. and japan was largely irrelevant. joining us now in the case we made all three of those things are changing. what we don't know is what that means. what do you think that means? >> w we're seeing volatility of extremely low levels. that has been our view in the short term, probably nothing sinister, but a bit of a pullback not only because of what we're seeing with my terry policies and the spread going up in the u.s. and globally but sentiment getting stressed with optimism being worked up. connell: a lot of people have made the same point. if you look at those three things he mentioned at the top, at some point the interest rate is going up to a normalized level, t some point japan showig signs of growth again, some point china slowing down to a level of growth. it is the interim, the timing between getting there from here that people are worried about. you do not seem that concerned, why? >> ben bernanke and the u.s. fed would l
FOX Business
Apr 10, 2013 11:00am EDT
stuff that walt was talking about. that's just android. then the situation in china not getting any better in terms of the new strain of the bird flu. claims another life so we'll have an update on that and the storms out in the midwest burying travellers and starting to move east. amazing with the weather we've been having in that part of the country. all that, market rally and more straight ahead on markets now.  >> i'm diane macedo with your business brief. postal service is announcing it's backing down on ending saturday mail delivery. congress gave it no choice by prohibiting a new postal schedule. global is warning that 2013 could turn out even weaker than expected, especially because of risks from the euro crisis. they also say trade growth in 2012 was the smallest annual rise since records began in 1981 and home builder taylor morrison stock is jumping after the new york stock exchange debut. the company sold 28.2 million shares at $22 each. top of the expected range. taylor morrison is one of the largest public home builders in north america. that's the latest from the fo
FOX Business
Jan 10, 2014 11:00am EST
slower rate. the biggest increase gain. china's growth increased. exports increased 4.3% in december from a year ago. china's imports jumped 8.3% last month. that is the latest from the fox business network giving you the power to prosper. [ female announcer ] who are we? we are thinkers. the job jugglers. the up all-nhts. and the ones who turn ideas into action. we've made our passions our life's work. we strive for the moments where we can s, "i did it!" ♪ we are entrepreneurs who started it all... with a signature. legalzoom has helped start over 1 million businesses, turning dreamers into business owners. and we're here to help start yours. where does the united states get most of its energy? is it rica? the middle east? canada? or the u.s.? the answer is... the u.s. ♪ most of america's energy comes from right here at home. take the energy quiz. energy lives here. connell: one of the biggest players in new york city, online marketplace for handmade goods. this company etsy with 30 million members, 20 million items now listed for sale. dagen: we are joined by ceo of e
FOX Business
Mar 27, 2014 1:00pm EDT
brief. hyatt hotels nouns they will introduce two new brand in china of the chain is planning to build 20 hyatt place and properties. first hyatt place will open near hong kong. hyatt house is aimed at extended stay travelers. hyatt will have six of its nine hotel brand in china. >>> u.s. pending home sales fell for the 8th straight month in february. the national association of realtors says seasonally adjusted sales index will drop, .8 of a percent. the index has fallen more than 10% over the past 12 months. >>> u.s. growth picked up a bit as the fourth quarter came to an end. the commerce department says gdp growth rate came in at 2.6%. that is improvement over the prior reading of 2.4%. that is the latest from the fox business network, giving you the power to prosper. cheryl: all right. in a possible game-changer for college athletics, the national labor relations board is ruling that northwestern university's football team can unionize. rich edson joins me now with more. rich? >> cheryl, supporters say this is a long overdue ruling. opponents, trike striking basketball team
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
Dec 26, 2013 11:00am EST
be the tapering out of the emerging economies. i think china really wants to back down on the treasury purchases, maybe even start unwinding, shrinking its balance sheet. if they are selling treasuries, investors are selling, who is going to buy? the only one left are the feds. connell: we started the focus on this last week with all of the issues surrounding the cash crunch and central bank into their own economy. a lot of worries of china. how will that apply to what we're talking about here in the united states, if at all? >> welcome i still think very much bigger problem. the chinese are likely to see appreciation of their currency in 2014. that'll be a good thing for chinese wage earners. they can get a better deal on the things they need to buy. it will not play out so well over here because the chinese currency becomes more valuable, their goods become more expensive and americans already have a hard time buying stuff. look at a christmas sales, the worst since 2009. they believe the hype like the investors and the economists. they loaded up with inventory coming into c
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
Aug 21, 2013 1:00pm EDT
like china and emerging markets where they consume a lot of oil! but not so much when rates go up in the u.s., the hot money buying all that oil goes to other places. oil is pushing towards the lows of the day at 103.78. the low was 103.50. you're looking at some of the commodity currency, they're taking it in the chin. the australian dollar, a big commodity currency is getting smashed now. gold and silver down, raising rates bad for commodities. back to you. tracy: phil flynn, you're right. thank you, sir. >> thank you. tracy: interesting, right, ash? the fed is really reluctant to put anything on paper. ashley: they are. tracy: holding out. ashley: typical fed speak vagueness, however, as bob pavlick pointed out things are pointing in the right direction. the economy is gaining painfully slowly but i think we're looking unless the jobs report on september 6th is absolutely awful which could change things, it appears some sort of tapering could happen in september. tracy: vegas odds? ashley: two to one perhaps. we're tracking the market's every move in reaction to the fed minutes. a
FOX Business
Jan 23, 2014 1:00pm EST
influence was china this morning. they really echoed that sentiment. what we saw from china was a contraction in manufacturing. below 50, that reading. that doesn't show good news for the economy and the like. the fear index has been to the upside, you have seen that and investments to protect against this type of global economy or global action. and then you start to see gold, for example, gaining throughout the day. the 10-year treasury bond, the yield has been falling throughout the day. now 2.87%. back to you. dagen: thank you, nicole be at >> the company is getting hammered on new calls for an investigation. a democrat from massachusetts sent a letter to the fec and ftc asking those agencies to look into the companies business practices. he is making that request because he says some of his constituents have lost thousands of dollars after they signed up to become herbalife distributors. the most prominent lawmaker so far to call for action against herbalife, and it comes more than a year after activist investor bill ackman first called herbalife a pyramid scheme. herbalife i
FOX Business
Jul 10, 2013 1:00pm EDT
, what you are seeing in china in the emerging markets is they are kind of down and out. people are starting to figure out, you know, maybe growth is not all that it is cracked up to be. if you were to see some kind of growth initiative out of china, in our opinion, emerging equities are probably the cheapest of the bunch. in our opinion, that could be the opportunity for the second half of this year. adam: that could actually be so bad that it is actually good. they have reformed their policy over invoicing. we may be getting true numbers. >> i think that is most important is whether the growth that is coming out of china is sustainable or not. it was very much export driven. absolutely. if the data is getting a little bit more robust, that is always a positive. there is 20 of liquidity over there. what it allows is for the roof forms to continue. that will set them on a more sustainable path going forward. in our opinion, it is really an expectation. adam: when they sneeze, the world catches a cold. thank you for joining us on markets now. lori: other headlines making news today.
FOX Business
Jul 9, 2013 1:00pm EDT
eia lowering its demand forecast out of china. >> one of those cases where bad news is good news. it reduces the chances that the feds will act on tapering. the good news that we saw today in this report from the energy information administration is that u.s. oil production hit the highest level in 20 years. that may be tempering some of the enthusiasm. lori: bankia for the explanation, as always. phil flynn. let's get to nicole petallides. nicole: a busy day on wall street. we are looking at two companies in particular. barnes & noble and blackberry. though shares are rising today as the ceo steps down. we know that the same store sales have been a disappointment. that you read or fail to compete against other tablets and e readers. with that, he is stepping down. then we will take a look at blackberry. another company that has been failing. they are having their shareholder meeting today. right now you can see that the stock is up about 10%. the ceo has been talking about the fact that they are in the middle of a turnaround. they put the cash together. you can expect more devic
FOX Business
Aug 29, 2013 11:00am EDT
is when is williams who lost to china in three sets. prior to the third round three years in a row, but no worry, shall now team up with her sister. those are all of your headlines this hour. back to connell. what do you think, a future of sports reporting? did i sell it? connell: we will have this debate on minimum-wage around the country and it has an effect on you today if you want to grab your lunch at a fast food joint because we ar expect the largest nationwide strike by fast food workers ever. in the middle of it of course our wages. the bottom line for today. liz: fast food workers coast to coast today are expected to launch their largest strike ever, it is expected to hit mcdonald's, burger king, taco bell and wendy's. possible retailers like macy's, sears, walgreens and others could face walkouts. the protests are expected in cities like los angeles, san francisco, chicago, indianapolis, tampa, boston and new york. according to organizers, they are demanding higher pay. less than double the average $9 or so per hour they make right now. plus they want the right to unioniz
FOX Business
Sep 11, 2013 1:00pm EDT
started in china. we had, more improved numbers out of china on a day-to-day basis, our own country leading the pack so to speak. my only concern is, i find it interesting that you're seeing a rally in bonds. that is not a place where i would put my grandmother's money. lori: thanks for the market analysis. sense on the floor as we mark the 12th anniversary of sense of 9/11? i was on the floor as a business correspondent myself and i remember being a scene of a lot of chaos and a lot of fear and i'm curious what it is like now 12 years later, if you could share with us your thoughts and observations? >> it's, it's a difficult time for me in particular. i lost many friends, count somewhere around 30. i witnessed some very horrible things when i walked into the buildings while they were still standing on my exiting from, and moist. people on the trading floors still have some connection to somebody who passed in those terrible events. so it's a somber day. however the tradition here of the new york stock exchange opening for business is quickly as we could, after we were attacked by t
FOX Business
Jan 17, 2014 1:00pm EST
, thanks so much. lori: suppose they sold and i phone and nobody came. china operators, close starting stores. ashley: turning or twitter feed into a shopping mall that will allow you to buy goods directly through the 140 characters spot. lori: google i.t. over this, smart contact lens that could make a light sugar monitoring for diabetics far less invasive. ♪ [ male announcer ] evenore impressive than the research this man has at his disposal is how he puts it to work for his clients. morng. morning. thanks for meeting so early. co on in. [ male annncer ] it's how edward jones makes sense of investing. legs, for crossing. feet...splashing. better things than the joint pain and swelling of moderate to severe rheumatoid arthritis. if you're trying to ma, now may be time to ask about xeljanz. xeljz (tofacitinib) is a small pill, not an injecon or infusion, for adults with moderate to severe ra for whom methotrexate did not work well. xeljanz can lower your ability to fight infections, including tuberculosis. seri somimes fatal infections and cancers have happened in patients taking xel
FOX Business
Oct 8, 2012 1:00pm EDT
trading pits. today, though, it is a lot about china as well, right? >> it really is. china and russia -- it has been predicted by a slowdown. i think what you are seeing as we're concerned about what will happen with the eu financing ministers in luxembourg. they drove down the euro and up the dollar quite a bit because of those concerns. that impacts the price of oil. oil is coming back. some of that is on concerns of the ongoing tensions between syria and turkey. even in israel and the palestinians. the middle east is heating up a little bit. we also have a good germany export number. that is bringing us up a little bit. melissa: gold is lower as well after a big drop on friday? >> it is. it is coming back as well. it is coming back up as well. to be honest with you, they had a record long position in that market. considering that and all the negative news, we did not sell off that much. melissa: phil flynn of price futures group, thank you. lori: multi- year highs. of at least 9% so far this year. average investors are running the other way in taking their money out of equities. da
FOX Business
Sep 12, 2012 1:00pm EDT
china mobile. that is what folks want to hear about in terms of expansion overseas, faster processor expected to be inside, improved camera with higher resolution, a new operating system, ios6. a new navigation system, turn by turn navigation, that is the key to look at stocks like every verse in the iphone has sold total combined amount of the previous version. that is a pretty tall order coming into play. a lot of expectations built into the new iphone 5. lori: thank you. the stock up about a half a percent. melissa: apples event is now underway. here to adjust all things apple, we also have roger and mike. pretty amazing everybody gets worked up, but they do, why is that? >> people love the company. for us, we love the stock. it is an amazing thing, the following, so much more room to go. they keep innovating. melissa: some people wonder about that new point especially with leadership. >> the space, the emerging market, 42% of the smart phone market in asia, 27% in the united states. more people that can afford it but wanted, second thing is apple has five stores in all of china.
FOX Business
Sep 5, 2012 1:00pm EDT
going forward, looking at symantec -- china, weaker than anticipated. a tough global economy. we've seen fedex down over 1%. ups and the same sort of business packaging and shipping and such is down. said that has the down arrow as well. right now we're facing some down arrows for some of our big bellwethers. that market is managing to hold on to some gains. lori: all right. can you smell the bucket of wings? >> reporter: yes. and if i could smell them or whenever, end. lori: excellent. melissa: i'm in the minority on that. the pigs in the blanket is mine. let's move it on and talk politics. obamacare for big speech last night at the convention. i love to dress -- dress. she looked stunning. tonight the spotlight is on the former president, bill clinton as he gave stage. peter barnes is on the scene with more. a lot has been made of the relationship between the former president and the current president. what should we expect? >> are not going to hear about the differences they had back in the 2008 campaign wind barack obama, you know, ran against his wife, but now secretary of. we
FOX Business
Feb 6, 2014 11:00am EST
, and then, of course, towards the end of january we began to get some bad data out of china, manufacturing data, and that really accelerated this, this pullback. and i think, you know, we were down about 7%. i think, though, the fundamentals still remain pretty strong. i'm not sure anything's really changed with the scenario necessarily. dennis: yeah. because somm of the selling another global meltdown since it started with some of these international currency jitters. now, there's two averages to watch, the 50-day moving average and when it falls, it makes you worry in the short term stocks are going to fall, and there's that 200-day moving average. and when that goes below where it's been, makes you worry the decline is going to be longer lasting. now, we lost the 200-moving average, fell below, and then suddenly today it's back up. are you surprised by that? does it make you feel any better? >> well, nicole, and, of course, nicole mentioned that a minute ago, anddthat's certainly healing some of the connect call damage -- technical damage done to the dow. the s&p 500, tho
FOX Business
Jan 14, 2014 11:00am EST
demand for aluminum sheet metal should double by 2025. the china sales hit a new four-year record. that is the latest look at business from the fox business network. giving you the power to prosper. ♪ connell: the seasonal flu is now widespread in more than half the country. our next guest to tell us how to protect ourselves, from other things. he is from orlando. good to see you, sir. more people have a common cold. >> absolutely. what i tell people is, it is an analogy. a cold is like a mild winter storm. the flu is like a hurricane. the flu you have a temperature greater than 100.4. severe ♪ ♪ lakes. sore throat, cough. a cough is much milder as a cold. the flu is severe. connell: 104. all right. this may be more than i think it is. they are trying to decide whether they should come to work or not and risk spreading what they have two coworkers and other people. what goes into that? >> well, again, if they have been around people who have the flu. if they are having that fever with the muscle aches and sore throat and cough, it is usually the flu. they can go to a clinic
FOX Business
Jul 12, 2013 1:00pm EDT
for being here. >> thank you. ashley: thank you. tracy: still to come, surprising move, china has said it will give u.s. regulators documents on potential chinese fraud. huh? what's behind the move from notoriously secretive country? very fishy to me. elizabeth macdonald also thinking it's fishy. she will have details. ashley: such a cynic. tracy: total. ashley: what could the return of glass-steagall mean for the industry and for you? we have former sec chairman harvey pitt has strong opinions. doesn't particularly like that idea. as we do this time of the day look at oil. we were just talking about it. up again today, up .8 of a percent. we'll be right back. tracy: we will continue to follow boeing. it was over 50 negative dow points. still, a tough day. everyone is selling. back to you. tracy: indeed. the reaction there has been a selloff. thank you. jpmorgan and wells fargo picked up paying earnings today with a big bang. ashley: first, let's take a look at how the u.s. dollar is moving this morning. the dollar is very strong. the client is back up to 151. we will be right bac
FOX Business
Jun 10, 2013 1:00pm EDT
, asia was a wil wildcard wh china and the avian flu. mcdonald's increased the dollar menu, increased what people wanted. the mcgrath, pomegranate smoothies. back to you. lori: thanks, nicole. adam: breaking news, apple going to show off software updates and new radio services moments away. robert gray live in san francisco with the details. talk about a new operating system, is that correct? robert: that is what we're expecting. expecting tim cook to take the stage. apple's officials would not confirm he is doing the keynote but that is anticipated. we will be broadcasting it live. expecting them to adjust the ios. we also may see new macbook and the desktop version introduced today as well as that iradio or whatever they decide to call it, streaming music service. they basically want to keep you with an apple ecosphere rather than going to samsung or pandora. double what pandora is doing, so watch pandora shares be under some pressure. app developers on the long list including analysts and investors who say the pressure is on apple to show some while factors for what is ahead for po
FOX Business
Apr 1, 2013 11:00am EDT
the way, i do not see the fed money in the market just yet. it is not coming from china anymore. it is not coming from japan anymore. i just think when you say that every single stock is overvalued, overinflated and people should just hide in the corner somewhere, i just do not like that. connell: charles thinks david stockman is a little over-the-top. charles: a little. that is how you make it these days. connell: and lot of people are talking about it. more on the arrest of the sac capital trader michael steinberg and what that means for his boss, steve cohen. that is coming up. batter up. it is opening day and bagel. mlb got things started with a late-night game in houston. ♪ we went out and asked people a simple question: how old is the oldest person you've known? we gave people a sticker and had them show us. we learned a lot of us have known someone who's lived well into their 90s. and that's a great thing. but even though we're living longer, one thing that hasn't changed: the official retirement age. ♪ the question is how do you make sure you have the money you need to enjo
FOX Business
Oct 18, 2013 11:00am EDT
we can all get behind. >> i am lori rothman with your fox business brief. china's economy grew by 7.8% in the third quarter year-over-year, spasticity pace of growth in china of the year. including tax cuts and investments in railways. previous quarter growth 7.5% growth was a two decade low. raising eyebrows. jcpenney will operate the stores 8:00 the same time as macy's much earlier than when they did not open until 6:00 a.m. friday. safeway notes and hence increase company stock repurchase program by 2 billion. i bring 1400 stores, announcing plans to close and exit the chicago market by early next year. that is the latest from the fox business network, giving you the power to prosper. [ female announcer ] who are we? we are the thinkers. the job jugglers. the up all-nighters. and the ones who turn ideas into action. we've made our passions our life's work. we strive for the moments where we can say, "i did it!" ♪ we are entrepreneurs who started it all... with a signature. legalzoom has helped start over 1 million businesses, turning dreamers into business owners. and we're h
FOX Business
Aug 21, 2013 11:00am EDT
, you're right. i do think about that in a sense of i went to china not long ago and they have a twitter of china, and i was looking at them, and part of the issue is that even, i think, you struggle with twitter in going to the business dynamics is, you know, how do you monetize this? that's what it comes down to. as a shareholder, i care about making money. i know they placed ads and maybe there's other great ideas, but that's the other thing if you look at maybe buying the ipo, is that what's you have to figure out. how much can they monetize the business. connell: the question with facebook to some degree with the revenue, but how do you do it and sustain it. the question with twitter. bill stone, great conversation. >> thanks. connell: chemical weapons in the spotlight over syria. new reports of gas used in those weapons. we'll have the latest on that developing story from overseas. the importance of the next federal reserve chairman, when it comes to the housing market. focuses on housing, quality in terms of the market, what is needed to succeed, and new numbers that just came out
FOX Business
Jan 7, 2014 11:00am EST
business number two smartphone maker in china in just five years. >> and number three in the world as well. liz: show us what is so great about these phones. >> it is one of the thinnest, lightest phones in the world and we have virtually launched this product. we also have our very first lte phone. five and a half inch screen, thin and light and has the ability from a pricing perspective this will blow away the competition. liz: how much? >> announced yet, but it will be a very aggressive price for samsung and apple. look at the beauty of this screen. a great display. >> it is important to know 85% of your revenue comes from pc, yet the pc industry is shrinking. how are you going to sort of challenge the headwind? >> pc industry is a $200 billion industry. we now it is flat right now, $200 billion is a tremendous amount of capability for earnings and revenue perspective. we will continue to grow the pc, but as you said, we ship as many smartphones as we did pc this last quarter. we will have the same game plan we did to be number one in pc as we did in smart phone. it is about sca
FOX Business
Sep 10, 2013 11:00am EDT
hook up with china telecom. connell: bright colors and all. robert gray, thank you. dagen: let's bring in founder and ceo of apple. what do you think about this phone? >> if the fingerprint scanning technology and a few of the other things they are rumored to be incorporating into it, they could pack a punch. connell: when i think of this fingerprint scanning, what about your world? >> the integration of this hardware and software component on the iphone actually plays a lot into apple's strengths. banking, mobile payments, a lot of terms in the mobile finance world. this would be a very prominent first step into that. dagen: could you develop apps for all of the different smart phone platforms and operating systems? what is driving customer choice of one phone over another phone right now? is it the number of apps? >> at a certain level, it is how diverse is your app ecosystem. it has been a big barrier to entry. dagen: are they equal, google and apple? >> they have a level of parity. they are continuously going back and forth against one another. a cheaper phone, the addition of this
FOX Business
Jan 8, 2014 11:00am EST
other factors. look at china they have a huge problem with smoking which we know is of leading cause of cancer in the world is looking is very bad so when you cohabitate the factors of smoking lifestyle , lack of exercise exercise, that is when these things are cloudy but if you extrapolate to load data products like butter with moderation is great to. your body can metabolize. i am glad you are back. >> to that is the key. [laughter] cheryl: time for your "west coast minute" washington state may have the abundance of cotton growers 2600 applications have been submitted for marijuana production and facilities more than expected wanted. they want to cap production of 46 acres with only 334 retail shops statewide. is a bidding war. up calling for california's $60 billion high-speed train plan to be canceled. the latest blow to the proposed oil line between los angeles and san francisco. governor brown already facing slipping public support it a protest by wind owners who want this canceled. google's tried to get workers from san francisco to a silicon valley just coming as san francisco w
FOX Business
May 23, 2013 1:00pm EDT
officials bringing the market back despite the news out of china. talking we could taper upper taper down depending on the data, the other thing is oil down big this morning. it is coming back but there are lots of reasons to start being bearish on oil. memorial day weekend is here, mostly gasoline wholesalers have taken a little bit of a pressure off. prices coming down at the pump, good news ahead of the holiday. melissa: absolutely. phil flynn, thank you so much. lori: so we got some positive signs on the economy today. april new home sales rose in march now up 13% from a year earlier. jobless claims fell to a better-than-expected 340,000. and here we are a day after the fed, a lot to chew on. so now that we have had a day to recognize it before congress and the last fed minutes, what do you think will be the next step in monetary policy? >> the next step will be a taper, coming later than expected. the excitement yesterday was a little bit overblown. being pressured by the chairman to answer the question could the fed potentially announce the taper before labor day? theoretically
FOX Business
Oct 29, 2013 1:00pm EDT
the private sector. ashley: mike, you mentioned china and russia. where do you think the biggest threat comes from? >> i think right now china is clearly the biggest threat. they own some of our networks in the sense that they have complete dominion over them. they can take information. they can shut the systems down. those are sensitive government systems. those are defense contractor systems. those are some of our most important technology companies, financial institutions they really have the capacity to shut down this country's economy. russia is a more careful, little mortar getted what they come after but they're clearly a major threat as well. the problem all the snowden and try to getty as a nation to consensus in the world to put a limit on what sort of cyber attacks countries can engage in is severely limited because the rest of the world looks at us as hypocrites. you united states are doing this to all of us, you're spying on our leaders. who are you to talk about protecting cyber security against advanced threats? so it's a very difficult time we're in right now. ash
FOX Business
Oct 25, 2012 1:00pm EDT
undervalued in your opinion? >> way undervalued. tracy: what gets you there? revenue from china? revenue from iphone 5 and mini? >> there is lot of excitement. iphone is half of revenue. when you look at this iphone 5 launch the only negative has been they can't make enough. tracy: is that on purpose? >> it's not on purpose. demand is overwhelming, number one. number two, there have been yield issues in the supply chain. those will not be lost phone sales. those will occur sometime in the march quarter think. ashley: could they lower guidance, production problems, tight supply we've all heard about, certainly manufacturing in china? >> it is a good point. when you think about apple generally they give a conservative outlook that is below the street. our number is three billion below the street. top line is generally conservative. we assumed 43 million iphones, which is 36 million iphones, and remainder iphone 4 and 4 s there is resurgence in iphone 4 demand as they cut prices iphone 5. they can't make enough iphone 5 but they sell the 4-s. tracy: a lot of analysts panicked while sounds like a
FOX Business
Jul 8, 2013 1:00pm EDT
seasonal demand. you get the wedding season in india. strong holiday demand in china. that generally buoys the market. at the same time we talk about the 1200 is the cost of production. a lot of concern if prices fall much below there we'll see gold come off the market and that can drive us up a little bit. i think that's a lot what is in traders mind right now. i don't think deutsche bank is alone. i think more people are starting to believe that the end could be near. adam: people who worry about inflation would probably say the fact there are still trillions of dollars worldwide on the balance sheets of central banks, another reason perhaps to buy gold? >> absolutely. central banks of course, they're in the big buyers in gold. they're the only people in the world that haven't stopped buying gold. if you put this selloff in historical perspective we've seen bigger selloffs in the past where the market rallied back. 80-81. 1970s we've seen this type of correction. yes, sir? adam: phil, the dollar is gaining strength. i would have thought oil would be coming down in price? >> i think it wa
FOX Business
Feb 4, 2014 1:00pm EST
that they had because of bird flu scares there in china. which is where they have the kentucky fried chicken. most of the franchises are actually there rather than here at home. they have pizza hut and taco bell under the up bell a. they reaffirmed forecast for 2014. great news for yum brands and over 52 weeks also a western. back to you. adam: nicole petallides, thank you. lori? lori: it's a new kind of women's line and it is launching today. it is called air. the new line combines traditional brick-and-mortar with e-commerce and owned by a men's clothier. we have the air brand director and andy dunne is the no-bbios ceo. welcome to you. this is fox business exclusive. you describe it as a hybrid between e-commerce and brick-and-mortar shopping. now you're launching ayr which is a women's line. maggie, since this is your brainchild, from what i understand, explain to me the genesis of ayr and why you're viewing today. >> it is funny. sometimes the simplest things are hardest to find. ayr exists to provide solution to both parts of that problem with good design and good service
FOX Business
Aug 2, 2013 11:00am EDT
on the other hand, all of that economic optimism. not only in china and the united states. the pullback as well. so a big disappointment on the number. now, the other thing you have to look at, you always have collected geopolitical risk which can be a big factor. obviously with this report of morning by the state department, that may even put more support in see the market later in the day. the big move after the jobs report, obviously with that situation with the t-bond market and the did trading being halted for a few seconds. now, what happens sometimes, actually a safety valve built into the globex system that when you get an imbalance of water it would move the market down and caused the cascading effect on stocks. you know, to pause to make sure it is a valid situation. so we actually probably save the market for not making a more dramatic move to the downside and probably it was a good thing. of course, traders had orders and at that particular time. probably not too happy about it, but is definitely coming at a bad time, right before the jobs report. dennis: five secon
FOX Business
Sep 4, 2012 11:00am EDT
think the markets overpricing a slowdown in china and i think we will see some opportunities. for me, i think the market will work its way higher in the next two years. dennis: thank you very much, scot wren and jeffrey hirsch. appreciate you being here. in 1984, i wrote a story for the "wall street journal" about exciting new technology that would change the way we work. voicemail. today we are talking about how voicemail are going to die. they are replacing voicemail with texting, and set chat, etc. bondage says the number of voicemail messages left fell eight percent. cheryl: hurricane isaac coming down. the roth still being felt in louisiana. we are going live. dennis: we will have the latest from the cme. first, take a look at the ten year treasury. ♪ >> i am lauren simonetti with your fox business brief. u.s. automakers wrapped up sales and august. sales were up 14%. chrysler topped estimates. that marked the company's best august and for years. faster suv overall shrank last month. the index came in at 49.6 missing expectations. it dropped to its lowest level since november
FOX Business
Jun 12, 2013 1:00pm EDT
human rights abuses in china. i am a little put off by google's self-righteous and sanctimonious concern for its great image. it has aligned itself with the obama administration politically. it's employees contribute to the obama campaign of 2012 by ratio of 20: 1 by that of governor romney. they took over a good part of the data mining efforts on the part of the campaign. for mr. obama. and for them to start this kind of soliloquy is offputting as i say, i don't think anybody should buy it from any company in this. secondly, why isn't this company talking about providing a great national service. i learned this sort of conflicted view it has of itself and where it finds itself first do no evil, this is a company right now engaging rather publicly in its conflicts. >> the government would have to come to you personally with a subpoena to get information. when the companies turn it over, they don't tell us it is being turned over. there are firms that are building software that you can buy to protect yourself from this. >> i think you have to be very careful with this. the nsa and
FOX Business
Aug 8, 2013 1:00pm EDT
: more signs of a stabilizing economy in china. trade growth data blowing past expectations, but is it too good to be true? former ups economic adviser, george, says deflation concerns are real risks for u.s. investors to watch for. lori: move to break up the banks. chaferly has a call for one of wall street's top analysts. adam: h2/oh, my. forget the wine. this is the first water wine. say what? making money from tap water. martin reeds and the l.a. restaurant boasting a 45-page men knew focuses solo on aqua. lori: to the floor where nicole is watching jcpenney, a stock turn around. >> that's right. following the averages, the dow, nasdaq, s&p posting gains. we had back-and-forth action and seeing whether or not it's four straight days of losses, in which case, it would be the longest losing streak; however, it's turned around. solid gains at the moment for the dow at 52 points. jcpenney up 7%, as you noted, lori, at the top of the show, it's jumping. there's been reports, and there's an analyst covering this as well, but there's speculation as to whether or not they are true, but the
FOX Business
Oct 18, 2013 1:00pm EDT
actually does create a more favorable economic momentum backdrop. lori: the china market is heating up again. and that is a good demand for our exports, no? >> china has been seeing some soft numbers. hopefully we see it pick up again. they were really worried about what they shutdown and debt default can mean for the u.s. what it can mean economically for the exports that may be improving as well. you are right. lori: no slowing down, buying into the market for the fourth quarter. see you very soon. >> thank you. adam: the government shutdown put a tapering as some believe it could now be march or even later. peter barnes in washington, d.c., with more for us. peter? >> icon is predicting the fed to start dialing down $85 billion per month in qe bond purchases tapering the purchases later rather than sooner because of the government shutdown. one problem is the data delay. announcing yesterday it will finally release the jobs report for september next tuesday, two and half weeks late. the october jobs report back a week november 8. inflation reports have been delayed as well as a resu
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