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FOX Business
Jan 14, 2017 9:00am EST
think china and u.s. relationship should be friendly and do better. gary: could this relationship between trump and jack ma have an impact on the business dealings between the u.s. and china? china. trish: what do you think of this move for jack to be in there meeting with donald trump? >> i think alibaba has big plans for the u.s. and i think it's an opportunity for him to start at the top and begin that relationship he has been eyeing for a while. trish: he needs a good relationship with the president of the united states. >> i think it has a lot to do with sending a signal to china. i think jack ma's relationship with china is every bit as affected by the dynamic with trump as well. gary: what signal are they trying to send? >> i think accommodation, relationship, working together. there isn't going to be an adversarial piece. particularly given trump's relationship with the traditional silicon valley. it showed an indication was looking to be in a different footing. gary: the president-elect has talked about china taking advantage of the united states, this election was in man
FOX Business
Jul 9, 2017 9:00am EDT
capital in this market. china is one of the big stories with it comes to north korea. you are invested in china. do you think china could be doing more in terms of reining in north korea? >> definitely. they are afraid of a mass of immigrants coming from north korea into china. and also the trade of the merger of north and south which would create a problem depends on how the politics take place in that combined entity. i think china is playing it very, very cautiously. maria: they don't want to see democracy next door to them. they don't want all those refugees coming into china. let me move on to europe. temperature. your thoughts on the european central bank. mark: the euro is getting stronger against the u.s. dollar, so you are seeing money coming into the e.u. i think they probably feel stronger, and the ability to begin to wind down. they have been cautious in the sometime thus measures. maria: any indications of winding down the stimulus in europe? >> european stocks look good and will probably go higher. they will probably outperform the u.s. market for a while. maria: we'll ta
FOX Business
Apr 15, 2016 8:00pm EDT
, whether it's in japan or china and the u.s. i ask you, what your take. i know your money is in china. but as far as the u.s. is concerned. do you think donald trump is right, we are on the doorstep of a massive recession in the u.s.? kyle bass: donald trump may be right for the wrong reasons. asia has a giant credit bubble they have been building for the last 10 years or longer that reached its atrophy level and it will happen the next two or three years. so whether that causes the u.s. the have a brief minor recession, i think it's 40%, 50% in the next year personally. but it doesn't mean that slow global growth is going to lead to persistent recession. i also don't buy his idea monetary policy can generate true organic growth. it can help us out of a crisis. but we have had 8 years full out monetary and policies philly he justed. when the guard goes to the g-20 and says we have to work together. we have been working together. now we are stuck with kind of stagnation and excess capacity and a lot of debt. maria: to be clear to your first question, it hasn't worked. the bank of japan goin
FOX Business
Jul 3, 2016 9:30am EDT
. trump also took aim at one of the nation's top trading partners, china. >> i'm going to instruct my treasury secretary to label china a currency manipulator. which should have been done years ago. any country that devalues their currency in order to take unfair advantage of the united states, which is many countries, will be met with sharply. and that included tariffs and taxes. >> our fox business all-star, one of them is laughing right here, good friends charlie gasparino and liz claman joining us now. charlie, i love the music. >> i can't believe i'm sitting here. >> very traumatic. >> didn't you grow up watching this? >> what about the opening when i'm walking and he's working. >> let's talk about donald trump for a second. tough talk on trade. what do you think, liz? is that the right approach? >> i don't know why everybody think so this is such an original call to label china a currency manipulator. ever since china extricated itself or tried to crawl out of economic isolation in the '90s, everybody said you're manipulating your currency, you're weakening it to take advantage
FOX Business
Apr 2, 2016 12:00am EDT
free markets should work, and there is the china syndrome. anthony: do you think there is a recession on the horizon? >> you have to think about which indicators were flashing red. you saw it in the volatility and the equity market. there is a reason for the well-worn phrase. unless they are confirmed by the high frequency leading indicators, economic indicators, i think it was yet another false signal. even when the crescendo was greatest we didn't buy into the recession case. gary: should investors be concerned that what appears to have happened in march was the fed said we won't raise rates in the short term, we are going to keep steady. is that something we are becoming so accustomed to that it's a long-term problem? >> what we are in now is bca coined the phrase the fed policy loop. strengthen the dollar which leads to a blowout in credit spreads which leads to higher volatility in the equity market which has the effect of tightening financial conditions. we have been in and out of that loop since about a year ago where it suggested the fed was going to move in september, they ti
FOX Business
Sep 16, 2017 3:00am EDT
with china and other countries. my priority is bringing companies back and bringing money back into the country. maria: apple had their highly anticipated product launch this week including an iphone 10 which features facial recognition. all the phones will have huge camera upgrades and wireless charging capabilities. the iphone 10 ships in november. it was another week of records on wall street all posting fresh highs. president trump toured florida to assess the damage caused by hurricane irma. the storm left thousands of people without power and water. glenn youngkin is chief operating officer and president of the carlisle group. we are happy you are here today. welcome. glenn youngkin: thank you, great to be here. maria: let's talk policy and the markets in general. how do you allocate capital in an environment where we are not sure what's happening. we are waiting on tax reform. how do you see things? glenn youngkin: not getting things done is slightly different than actually having a negative bias coming out of washington. so had we been sitting here one year ago, we would hav
FOX Business
May 14, 2017 8:00pm EDT
significant trade deal with china when it will list exports and increase access to the gigantic chinese economy of 1.3 billion people for beef producers and natural gas exporters. the white house is working with china to clamp down on the north korean threat. i spoke about this with former secretary of state condoleezza rice and here's what she said. >> they are trying to change. china is the only country with any influence. i don't think complete influence but some influence with north korea. they have always been reluctant to do really tough things with the north koreans because they have worried about the collapse of the regime more than they have worried about a nuclear north korea.the administration o them worry about a nuclear north korea because you can do something about the path that they are on -- maria: it does feel like the president has been able to move china in terms of its willingness to help on north korea as well as a deal and trade. let's your thought on an idea of trade? >> it was a very wise thing for him to do and ultimately this issue with increasing expor
Jan 24, 2016 10:30am EST
-- andn's global chest moves -- global chess moves and being sanctioned for it. china is the big one that is going to have a nonperforming loan cycle. probably in the mid fifth inning, maybe entering the sixth. gary: when you look at opportunities as an investor, what is the greatest opportunity -- this is what we see now? views, credit correction in china, they will go through a banking loss cycle equated. china will have to dramatically to evaluate its currency. that is not something the readership can really get your arms around, but it is really tough to invest as a nonprofessional investor if you know what i mean. anthony: devaluation because of its interconnectivity with the rest of the world economy will also upset the world economy. it will create a slower growth dynamic for everybody. while you can necessarily play the china devaluation, in terms of the u.s. dollar, what does it mean? anthony: kyle: it means a stronger dollar. ago attached to their currency to the dollar because i think they hitched their wagon to our star very smartly back then because our goal in the united sta
FOX Business
Dec 16, 2016 8:00pm EST
about cialis and a $200 savings card. lou: the pentagon is demanding that china return that american drone that they stole in the south chain a sea. incident occurred yesterday afternoon 40 miles west of the philippines in international waters. the chinese warship had been shadowing the ship which was retrieving two under water drones. it may be a spy ship. we don't know and they won't tell. the chinese crew sent out a small beaten took one of the drones that looked like this. i mean an under water drone. the american crew made up of civilian mariners and scientists made repeated requests asking the chinese to return the drone they had stolen, to no avail. the crew was not armed at the time except for small arms. after the incidents the state department launched a formal diplomatic protest to china. china wee vee sponlds by saying it's a risky deal tblght south china sea and what would you expect us to do other than what wee did. we have a sense of what our next president might do. china carried out its first live fire exercise. and that's one aircraft carrier the group includes, doz
FOX Business
Sep 23, 2017 12:00am EDT
do business with north korea but not both. the president also said that china has told its banks to stop doing business with north korea. ray dalio is the founder and co-chairman of bridgewater associates which, over the last 40 years, has become the world's largest and best performing hedge fund. bridgewater manages about $160 billion in global assets. he is also the author of a new book which lays out the reasons why he and his firm have been as successful as they have with the hope he can help others achieve their potential. ray, it is great to have you on the program. >> it's a thrill to be here. maria: thank you so much for joining us, and we know this program is somewhat special to you, because you appeared with louis 35 years ago on "wall street week." let's take a look at that. here's a clip. >> you were recently quoted in an article as saying, that you gave your view on the economy, and you said i can say this with absolute certainty because i know how markets work. i've heard that from other people before, and eventually they were buried because it's a very inflexible stat
FOX Business
Apr 23, 2016 12:00am EDT
china, it should be a red flag. first it was property, then china's stock market. then it turned into china's credit bubble problems. gary: i think donald trump said 100%. sam zell said we'll definitely have a recession later this year. do you agree with that and does it matter when you are thinking about investment? >> way wonder about is something nobody is talking about. we are finding 8, 9, 10% free cash flow yield companies which tells us there is still room not tied to the market. >> 2 to 3 years. >> what i worry about is the fact there is a recession in china is already in the market. anthony scaramucci this is a tale of two different countries. the middle class is stagnating. what can be done about that? melissa: the federal reserve juiced the markets and forced people to go out and chase yeelt yields. d and chase yields. the middle class jobs people can count on are gone. so many people are trying to live and part-time and minimum wage jobs. we have seen a great divide. i'm afraid of what the remedy is. a lot of the jobs have to do with computer programming and technology and
FOX Business
Feb 25, 2017 9:00am EST
think about the gap or something importing t-shirts from china. they would not have the ability to deduct the cost of those goods coming in from china. there is concern in the retail industry that it will decimate tree tailers and you will see a lot of bankruptcies if it's successful. >> the question is how much of it is priced in today. we have seen a correction by a lot of the retailers the last quarters. and also on the fundamental pressures. huge losses to e-commerce. so it's not just risk and the valuation risk around tax, it's the fundamental pressures you are seeing on retears and we tried to avoid that space. gary: dance portfolio is one of the best kept secrets. and i want to go back to one more thing from mnuchin this week. secretary treasury did say this is a mark to market administration. the stock market has responded strong on the mark to market. but is that something you heard about this week? is that something you are concerned about? we all know the stock market doesn't go up every day. >> my opinion is as follows. yes, there is a lot of focus on the white house an
FOX Business
Jun 17, 2017 3:00am EDT
relevant in asia going forward, given the high tax structure. maria: there is china as well. when you are selling motorcycles in china you are charged 90%. >> in indonesia it's four times what the product is on a landed basis. and indonesia is the third largest motorcycle basis in the region. we appreciate the interest from the administration. as they think about how to form later policy which you pointed out, there is a lot of political pressure a lot of different directions. but ideas like that are beneficial to companies like harley that are heavily invested and try to grow in markets around the world. maria: this is the way business operates for you. if china is charge our companies 90%, and india is charging 100%, we should have some kind of tax. lawmakers are having behind the scenes meetings. i understand they are work on tax reform as we speak. what do you think about a reciprocal tax? >> we don't have a like-for-like trade in motorcycles with china. so it's difficult to negotiate wholesale agreements that don't generate the interest either in the other country or other in
FOX Business
Mar 19, 2016 12:30am EDT
our government . to make use of what it has. what happens when china goes to apple. and russia? who might go after someone, again in human rights realm. so, that is the issue. a very significant one, i have sometimes wondered if it might not have been better, if there was a quiet conversation with apple, they said this is a serious issue, privately, you can help us find what is in this phone? maria: this international issue is so important, you saw in argentina a person put in jail in brazil. the head of facebook there. could it be that has not come up in china. could apple really be operating in china without giving chinese government access? >> i think to date, again we'll see what they might be willing to reveal. certainly, over the course of the last decade or more, as the mobile systems in particular, have mull flied so much, there has been a supportive approach. that was my experience in my last government job. the problem has been, the snowden affair, has cost firms like google, tens of billions of dollars, threatened main others. and so there is a reservation now that did no
Aug 9, 2015 11:00am EDT
are buying companies like general motors. we know cars are down in china. the company' s balance sheet has shaped up. they have earnings power, free cash flow, an excess of three dollars a share. sales peaking? they have three dollars a share. i' ve never sitting there, talking about cisco and microsoft in 2000 and they continued to march on. revenues. it wasn' t priced right. gm is not priced right. here is a company that has free cash flow and 10% yield. it has excess depreciation. they have real estate underneath. we think the stock is worth as much as $140 a share. osh kosh -- how do you get valued? you get valued because something is wrong right now. with general motors, their sales in china. in osh kosh, military sales with the trucks. this company has earnings power in a normalized year of four dollars plus a share. the stock is down 60 5-48. anthony: for the average of the work, he went -- for the average viewer come you' re not buying the stocks you are about on business tv all the time. you are buying the things out of favor. the companies you are looking at are generat
FOX Business
Mar 4, 2017 9:00am EST
or china. are we going to do something with the deficit with china? trish: i like this idea, 23,000 is your call for labor day. >> then we go down. john levin, thank you so much. more "wall street week" after this. >> announcer: our objective is to tap tax reform by the tax recess. >> announcer: what happens if [♪] gary: president trump's speech wasn't the only thing to make stocks surge. stocks reacting big time when neil cavuto asked steve mnuchin about tax reform. >> our objective is to pass tax reform by the august recess. that's an aggressive timetable, but realistic but something the president and i are committed to doing. neil: by august, voted, done, agreed. >> and signed. trish: after that interview aired on fox business, we took one big leg up in the market. is the market making too big a bet on that promise? gary: charles payne and dagen mcdowell. are we going to see labor day tax reform? charles: i wish they would say tax cuts separate from tax reform. ronald reagan did tax cuts fairly quickly. we always talk about how big the tax code is. if you printed it out, it wou
FOX Business
Nov 18, 2016 8:30pm EST
that we have to watch what's happening in asia, in china, in europe. and so these things are all going to interplay. but as to whether we're not growing at all, i don't know. that's, that might be a stretch. maria: what about the sectors? you said there are a couple of groups that you can understand that would be positive in terms of the regulations rolling back. what are those industries, jim? >> well, i think there would be, certainly, some areas like energy, various different parts of energying and transportation where -- energy and transportation where i think less regulation will be perceived as a positive. but again, be careful what you wish for because relaxation of certain rules may end up being deflationary for certain assets. and so it's always hard to sort of connect the dots in ways that we're certain of. maria: the banks, certainly, have been rallying, right? >> yeah. the banks have been rallying. but, again, if you look at say what mr. bannon has outlined as his world view, he calls it hard capitalism. and be hard capitalism wouldn't be too friendly to some of the b
FOX Business
Jan 27, 2017 8:30pm EST
of tpp is unfortunate because the real beneficiary of that is china. the real opportunity is to get china to take down their barriers for american goods. maria: we are back. your reaction to that. one thing he mentioned was 80% of purchasing power for the world is outside of the united states. >> absolutely. i believe that's something we have to keep in mind. when i hear about some of the things being proposed. politics is about negotiation. and some of these things could be said to be bargaining chips forther things. obviously the tpp, when have gone the out of that deal. so that's not a bargaining chip anymore. the president is a pragmatic man. you have to understand we still need a lot of these trading deals. gm, 48% of their sales are done directly in china. you can't cut that pipeline off. gary: if you weren't watching you were missing in the morning. i sat and listened to frank smith and we talked about this off camera. isn't it crazy how the market seems to not be impacted by any of these things that could create potential trade wars. why is all of this being overlooked? >> i
FOX Business
May 8, 2016 9:30am EDT
market is there anywhere you want to be putting stocks right now? >> no. if you are talking about china the gdp is going to slow. gary: he thick this move of doveishness by the fed is an opportunity for investors to sell. >> i agree with that. i think when you are within a percent or two of the highs and you have been going sideways and stock markets around the world are off their high, the u.s. is the last man standing. what is really unsettling is the demand people have for low volatility equity fund. there is no such thing. it's an oxymoron. class action litigators click and safe. utilities have been great over the last three years and great year to date. but they are not low volatility. they look like they have been. during the oos there was a drawdown of 57%. so i always get concerned when investors are buying something they think is safe that underneath isn't safe. that's when you get problems in markets. subprime there were triple rated ratings. and they dropped 80% in value. i would admonish investors not to get sucked into this flavor of the month market volatility. gary: marke
FOX Business
Nov 5, 2016 12:00am EDT
china and not just the american perspective. and the world has changed. all the countries in asia are china-centric. they are dependent on the chinese economy and exports to china. they are dependent on the 130 million chinese visitors. anthony: you wake up next wednesday morning, give us an asset allocation strategy globally you take with both of the candidates given one wins and one loses. what do you do? >> my view is we don't know how the world will look like in five years' time. we have manipulated asset markets with artificially low interest rates and you need to be diversified. by and large. individual and institutional investors are grossly underweight, gold, silver, platinum, and i would recommend every listener to hold to gold. when people say i own some gold. not just 3%. i would say hold at least 20-30 percent of your liquid assets in gold. why would you hold u.s. dollar cash or any cash in the world which has frequently less than zero interest rates when you can have gold which is an honest currency. >> our thanks to marc faber, "gloom, doom and boom report" founder. we'l
Dec 6, 2015 9:00am EST
look at nike, gm. gm does 53% of their revenue out of china. china. starting -- you are continuing to see people spend money on quality products. i do think that there is a bit of a concern that, as china slows -- let' it, you always have to see their numbers with a grain of salt. gary: the u.s. dollar. s a safe haven right now. it is winning by default. emerging markets as an asset gone, as you can see. there are splintered markets over there. the strongest is the germany markets. but the smaller markets, they are small -- anthony: if i want to buy one sector in the s&p 500, your strong script is what? james: consumer names. tootsie roll, names like phillip that are really strong. campbell' s soup, also because of behind-crap situation -- because of the heinz -kraft situation. keith: re-think housing has been on an upswing and will continue to be. it is an indication that the consumer is healthy, along with autos. millennials have not come into the housing market in any kind of way. gary: they have no money. keith: they' re one of the largest growing sectors of draw growth. their bui
FOX Business
Nov 12, 2016 12:00am EST
sights on china and mexico. >> you are losing your factories, they are going to china and mexico. just h anthony: president-elect trump made it clear on the campaign trail web's not against trade deals web's against bad trade deals. >> the children tons gave us nafta. think of it. the worst trade deal ever signed by any country ever. anthony: what can we expect from a trump administration in terms of trade and economic growth. mario gabelli is back with us. there is talk about tariffs and punitive taxes. >> 60 years ago i took economics 101, and we head about the impact in the 1930s and the impact holly had on the trade. it was imposed in 1930 and the great depression continued. but ricardo and adam smith, the fundamental forbearers of the system of allocating capital would around wants efficiency. anthony: we had a cat his mick a cataclysmic event this week. >> the markets are quick to adjust. anthony: in the last 48 hours, understood this scenario, higher interest rates, higher earnings growth, who will be the beneficiary. >> let's look at several infrastructure plays. everything tha
FOX Business
May 27, 2017 9:00am EDT
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FOX Business
Aug 5, 2016 8:30pm EDT
is so much uncertainty. is he really going to do a trade war with mexico and china? if he will get his act together and define what he will do, maybe the market are reflect differently. gary: they would rather have higher taxes -- >> markets don't like uncertainty. >> a known versus an unknown. with hillary you know you will get 1% to 2% growth as far as the eye can see. with trump we could get 3% growth. liz: we should end by saying one of the top economists said this week on fox business that the economy isn't that bad. so who knows. he's a reagan democrat. gary: "wall street week" back in a moment. >> announcer: two of the smartest money mind lay out what they are buying right now in the market. of many pieces y life. so when my asthma symptoms kept coming back on my long-term control medicine. i talked to my doctor and found a missing piece in my asthma treatment with breo. once-daily breo prevents asthma symptoms. breo is for adults with asthma not well controlled on a long-term asthma control medicine, like an inhaled corticosteroid. breo won't replace a rescue inhaler
FOX Business
May 27, 2017 3:00am EDT
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