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Apr 21, 2017 4:59pm PDT
activity and sales in china and russia, causing overall revenue to miss its mark. the company's lower profit was in line with estimates, though. shares were lower by 2% today to close at $74.84. >>> kansas city southern said its profit grew as the railroad operator benefitted from an increase in carload volumes. the results beat expectations. the company also reported a rise in revenue but saw shares fall on concerns that president trump's renegotiation of nafta will affect kansas city southern's mexico operations. shares were off nearly 3%. when all was said and done, it closed at $87.99. >>> united continental's ceo oscar munoz will not add "chairman" to his executive title next year. in a public filing, the company said munoz requested his contract be revised removing provisions granting him authority to become chairman. the shares were off a fraction to $69.56. >>> shares of sketchers fell today as investors focused on weak guidance out after the bell last night. the footwear company posted better than expected sales and profit thanks to strength in international and retail busine
FOX News
Apr 21, 2017 4:00pm PDT
china might be trying to put the screws to the north korean regime? >> martha: the idea was they wanted to change their place in the world, to some extent, and they were willing to curb their nuclear ambitions in order to get that in exchange, david. we've seen no evidence for that. isn't that the bigger issue here? >> well, i disagree with the congressman and a couple of different ways. this is confusing. president trump said he was going to rip up the iran deal on day one. that hasn't happened. we have to be honest about that. secretary speed 21 certification of congress shows he doesn't intend to do that and he's not going to do that. he's broken the campaign promise. second of all, nobody at the time of the iran deal thought that it was going to be a positive force or a stabilizing force in the middle east. nobody thought that. we knew at that time when we sign the agreement, i didn't support the agreement at the time, we were getting iran to give up its nuclear ambitions. and normalizing relations to a certain extent. we also understood that iran was going to continue the same thin
CNN
Apr 21, 2017 4:00pm PDT
of the treasure to label china a currency manipulator. establish tariffs to discourage companies from laying off their workers. >> mark, those promises that he just said have not been kept. obama care not repealed. china not a currency manipulat r manipulator. the wall not paid for, certainly not by mexico. does it matter? >> it does matter. we should say a couple of things. we're using in some ways a false yardstick to judge how he's doing in his presidency. it's a yardstick that we've used historically to see how presidents are doing and how they are coming out of the chute. it's not only the media but the candidates themselves. donald trump said he was going to get all these things done in the first 100 days. the fact of the matter is he's fallen far short. all of his success has been through executive orders. i want hasn't been through legislating, his great skills as a business negotiator. it's been the power given to him in the constitution that allows limb him to bypass congress to get certain things opini. real success is working with congress and getting major legislatio
NBC
Apr 21, 2017 7:00pm EDT
to keep the lights on. tom costello, nbc news. >>> right now the trump administration with china and south korea are on alert for a possible under ground nuclear test by north korea and there are new signs that it could happen very soon. our chief foreign affairs correspondent andrea mitchell has the latest. >> reporter: tonight, u.s. military officials tell nbc news china's military heightened alert. the clearest sign china with the best intelligence about its reclusive neighbor expects north korea to take a dramatic step. the first new clear test with donald trump as president. off the coast, u.s. and south korea fighter pilots fly joint exercises as intelligence and military officials tell nbc news there are signs of preparation for a nuclear test. north korean propaganda today calling the u.s. excises mad cap american nuclear war maneuvers. defense secretary mattias in israel today discounting their threats. >> i would just take their words at the same value as we learned not to trust them. >> reporter: president trump putting more pressure on china to restrain north korea tweeti
Bloomberg
Apr 21, 2017 7:00pm EDT
beinge the u.s., the euro the election come in, stronger demand growth in china and in the gdp numbers that were ahead of expectation. these factors, we think, once we get the french elections out of the way and we start to see more comfort in the eurozone coming through, that in itself could toourage the eurozone strengthen and ultimately lead to higher demand growth in europe with a slightly weaker dollar versus the euro. we think that is supportive of the higher oil prices. yousef: a number of factors that could drive those prices higher. we think oil could touch $70 by the end of june. yousef: i will jump in because that is a perfect point to think about, in terms of ramifications and impact and what it means for some of the equity -- and what is happening in the united arab emirates, you feel strongly about banks. one of your top calls for the middle east and north africa, we put this up on a chart, on the basis of your research, looking at a bit of the commercial, talk about the thinking here. hootan yazhari: this is something we have been pushing since november of 2015.
ABC
Apr 21, 2017 4:00pm PDT
this guy from a cliff near china beach. these are live pictures from sky 7. the man is stuck on a steep cliff and fire crews tell us the tide is coming in. his grip seems pretty tenuous right there. they're trying to figure out how he got there in the first place and how to pull him off the cliff. it's not clear how he got stuck, but we'll keep monitoring that situation and bring you live updates on the air and online just as soon as they become available. >> music fans worldwide are commemorating the one year anniversary of the death of prince. ♪ >> fans danced and sang outside of prince's paisley park home in minnesota. he died of an accidental overdose inside the compound at the age of 57. four days of events are planned at the complex. >> caitlyn jenner taking aim at the republican party. in her follow-up interview with diane sawyer, she could bolt the party over one issue. >> you mess with my community, you do the wrong thing with our community, you don't give us equality and a fair shot, i'm coming after you. >> jenner admits she did vote for donald trump, but has been ope
PBS
Apr 21, 2017 3:59pm PDT
xi jinping of china. i'm told by my sources that that meeting at mar-a-lago was very important for trump as he understands u.s.-asia policy, u.s.-china relations. he was told in various meetings at mar-a-lago that the chain ease perspective was that north korea shouldn't be too engaged too much to the point where maybe north korea would collapse and disrupt the region, disrupt china. and the president listened to the chinese leader talk through some of these compli kailted issues about how to box in north korea, or how confrontation can work to a point. he learned a lot about the weaknesses of north korea's economy, and about its missile program, how it doesn't even really have many ballistic missiles if any, how its nuclear program is really nash ent. these things were part of the discussion, this is a president still learning on the job in particular with foreign policy. >> rose: the president said he liked and learned a lot from xi jinping. do we know what xi jinping thought of the president? >> well, there is that moment that the president's recounted to his friends often that
spend. and, of course, the united states has far and away the largest gdp in the world. china is second, japan is third, germany is fourth, and our health care system is just under germany. this is our 2015 number. next year we will overtake germany, our health care system will overtake germany. in other words, the american health care system will be the fourth largest economy in the entire world. you know, there are 85 million people in germany. everything they spend for everything, those great bmws, you know, the bratwurst, that beer, right? all of that stuff, right? we'll spend more on health care in the united states than all of germany. it's a huge amount of money. and we know two things about the american health care system, right? one, it's -- it substantially underperforms, right? on a per-person basis, we are 27% more expensive than the next highest country. 27% more expensive on a per-person basis than the next highest country. no one in this room believes we are getting 27% better quality or value or patient experience than other countries. we're probably not getting 1
MSNBC
Apr 21, 2017 3:00pm PDT
promises for his first 100 days. it included tax reform, the border wall, infrastructure, naming china a currency manipulator, and the big one. >> real change begins with immediately -- immediately repealing and replacing obamacare. >>> my first day in office, i'm going to ask congress to put a bill on my desk getting rid of this disastrous law. >>> it doesn't work, obamacare doesn't work. >>> i will repeal and replace obamacare. >> but so far on day 92, that number one priority is president trump's biggest flop. contrary to his promise, obamacare is still the law of the land. his travel ban is being held up by the courts and the border wall, well, that still has not even broken ground. but to be fair, the president has had some accomplishments supported by many. he has a new supreme court justice or we have a new supreme court justice. the syria strikes and the stock market breaking some incredible records. all of this coming as president trump is fighting to avoid a government shut down that could fall exactly on day 100. but the president remains very confident. >> no administration h
PBS
Apr 21, 2017 3:00pm PDT
holiday in north korea, and a possible nuclear test. at the same time, president trump pressed china in a new tweet. he wrote, "china is very much the economic lifeline to north korea, so, if they want to solve the problem, they will." the chinese foreign ministry insisted beijing is enforcing a ban on coal imports from pyongyang. >> ( translated ): the chinese customs and ministry of commerce have issued the notice. as for some reports saying north korean coal ships are docking in chinese ports: due to humanitarian considerations for those crew members, we cannot simply leave them drifting on the sea. >> woodruff: north korea said overnight that the situation is "extremely perilous" because of what it called "madcap american nuclear war maenuvers." u.s. defense secretary jim mattis says there is "no doubt" that syria still has chemical weapons. in israel today, he warned the syrians would be "ill advised" to use such weapons again. the u.s. attacked a syrian air base after a poison gas incident this month. back in this country, the state of arkansas is planning three more executions
FOX News
Apr 21, 2017 3:00pm PDT
recall, the secretary of state, rex tillerson, is a former ceo for exxon. >>> china is not saying whether it is squeezing north korea's fuel supply, but something is causing a major gasoline shortage in pyongyang and elsewhere. gas stations are limiting services, raising prices, and some are even closing. the beijing government has reportedly been tightening its enforcement of inter nnational sanctions. >>> president trump is considering charges against the founder of the wikileaks website. katherine harris looks at how that site has changed drastically. >> reporter: on the campaign trail, then candidate trump had good things to say about the website. as thousands of damaging dnc and clinton e-mails were revealed. >> we love wikileaks. they have -- we can kikileaks h revealed a lot. >> reporter: now they're taking a more aggressive approach and julian assange. with a law enforcement spokesperson saying criminal charges are part of the calculous. asked about the leaks, attorney general jeff sessions promised consequences. >> it is a priority. we've already begun to step up our efforts, and
LINKTV
Apr 21, 2017 3:00pm PDT
university. announcer: this is a production of china central television america. may: sustainability is in, and it's shaping trends all across the board, from agriculture to fashion and gourmet dining. this week on "full frame," a look at the tatastiest, chicesest, and coolesest innovatis s in sustainability. i'm may lee in los angeles. let's take it t "fl frame."
CNN
Apr 21, 2017 3:00pm PDT
messaging the north koreans for that matter. but the real focus is on the actions that china is taking for example, most recently, it stopped importing coal from north korea. it made clear that if there's another nuclear test, it will cut off the oil it provides to north korea. >> chinese president also under unprecedented pressure from president trump who tweeted china is very much the economic lifeline to north korea. so while nothing is easy, if they want to solve the north korean problem, they will. and then directly challenging the chinese leader. >> i actually told him, i said, you'll make a much better deal on trade if you get rid of this menace. >> the chinese government wants acknowledgement for its efforts. >>. >> translator: china believes the international community has definitely seen chinese peaceful efforts to resolve the nuclear issue on the korean peninsula. >> and some analyst, wolf, say that china may now be worried if north korea has conducted some sort of provocation in the next several days that president trump may blame beijing. wolf? >> top of all of this, barbara,
Bloomberg
Apr 21, 2017 6:00pm EDT
include president xi jinping of china. that meeting at mar-a-lago was important for trump as he understands u.s.-china relations. he was told in meetings the chinese perspective was north korea should not be engaged too much to the point were north korea would collapse and disrupt the region and china. the president listened to the chinese leader, talked through some of the complicated issues about how to box in north korea, about how confrontation can work to a point. he learned about the weaknesses in north korea's economy and the missile program, how it does not have many ballistic missiles. the nuclear program is really nascent. these things were part of the discussion. this is a president who is still learning on the job, in particular with foreign policy. charlie: the president said he liked and learned a lot from xi jinping. do we know what he thought of the president? robert: there was that moment the president has recounted to his friends often. that he wanted to show american talking to the chinese about the syrian strikes as they were eating dinner and a big beautiful
FOX Business
Apr 21, 2017 6:00pm EDT
: north korea remains on the brink. president trump pressing china to rein in its volatile neighbor saying china is the economic lifeline to north korea. while nothing is easy, if they want to solve the north korea problem, they will. frank, there are reports that yesterday the so-called nuke sniffer plane flew across korea. today reports out of japan warning citizens to be repaired, that perhaps there will be some sort of nuclear test in north korea again. it's not in the headlines anymore. but it feels like the anxiety and fear is becoming more intense. >> and with good reason. objectively one has to say the danger from north korea is intensifying. there is the problem of its nuclear weapons program of continuing. the concern about the sniffer plane and perhaps in japan, and i think in china as well should be if the north koreans as we expect, test larger and larger nuclear weapons, the chances that they will not be able to contain it radioactivity from those underground tests grows you have and that means there will be plumes of radioactive material going elsewhere. but for us in
united states and china those p together and say things that we recognize climate change as a huge challenge and workingoth committed to on it, unless and until that happens, we cannot expect the world to e developed follow or the rest of the developing world to follow. the united states out industrialized countries to follow and china for the developing to follow. that happened in 2014. that is in my view the reason why the paris conference was so successful. initiative by the united states and china followed brazil, mexico, indonesia climbing onboard joint agreement had been reached. all of that made the success at for nearly 200 countries committed to specific targets for reducing their greenhouse and revisiting those targets over time with an ambition.increased that would not have happened if obama and xi had not stood up and made that announcement. is just some of the numbers on the u.s. energy climate record under president obama. always tell my students, the numbers aren't everything, but they usually are something. it's helpful from time to time o take a look at the actual
to the united states interests from russia, china, iran, rapidly growing threat from north korea, and an ongoing series of war against terrorists. this is no time in my professional view to increase risk to our national security. a year-long cr or a return to the bca funding will do just that. it will increase risk to the nation and will ultimately result in dead americans on a future battlefield. to execute current operations, sustain readiness while making progress toward a more capable and lethal future, the united states army requires most importantly predictable and consistent funding. the lack of fiscal year 2017 appropriations and no supplemental increase in funding will significantly and negatively impact readiness and increase risk to our force. additionally, a return to budget caps due to bca sequestration in fiscal year '18 forces the army to reverse our efforts to improve readiness and will lead to a hollow army. in the last two years, we have made steady progress in our core war fighting skills across multiple types of units, but we have much work to do to achieve fu
CNN
Apr 21, 2017 2:00pm PDT
earlier today saying china is very much the economic lifeline to -- if nothing is easy, if they want to solve the nockian problem, they will. >> a very. secretary of defense james mattis weighing in on his announce, shall we say. >> as far as north korea's latest words we've heard their words repeatedly. their word has not proven honest. it's been provocative. they have not lived up to any statements that they have made in the past, years, decades actually about stopping their blimp and their nuclear. take their word at their value as we've learned not to trust them. >> reporter: and that's the problem, total unpredictability about what the north koreans may do next. >> you're also finding out more about the russian military aircraft flying near the cost of alaska. explain the latest that you're getting. >> reporter: well, we're now up to four russian missions in four days. not all of them are that close. one was 700 miles away, but that may not really be the point. the russians are, again, making themselves visible, flying their aircrafts and they know that the u.s. sees them. they
CBS
Apr 21, 2017 5:00pm EDT
toronto here at verizon center. we're live in china town frank hanrahan. >> they are powered with liquid enthusiasm. >> they are. keep >>> coming up new at 6:00 the university of maryland students fight back against pro deportation messages written in shock. >> but up next meet a five-year- old boy who ended up at the white house and the national spotlight on easter monday. >> and then at 6:30 on the cbs evening news with scott pelley how a young boy with no hands and we're partnering with cigna to help save lives. we are the tv doctors of america. by getting you to a real doctor for an annual check-up. so go, know, and take control of your health. doctor poses. learn your key health numbers, and take control today. >>> it was easter monday that one north texas family that will never forget. mother and son were special guests of the white house. sebastian robertson shows us how a little boy stood out. >> reporter: joshua is eye the evlebrity. >> the white house. >> reporter: the white house? just two weeks ago josh's aunt won tickets to attend the easter roll party i
Bloomberg
Apr 21, 2017 5:00pm EDT
and the china forest project. apple looked at it and said our carbon footprint is 38 million metric tons a year. that is more than some small countries. if you look at it in the world, it averages less than .1% a day of what the world does. one of the things we also say is we cannot change the world and deal with climate change is all you do -- if all you do is make yourself green. apple is about innovation. apple is about being the first to something. when we find something, the idea is how we can help suppliers get green. how we can help customers feel good about the clean energy they may be able to access and we are accessing on their behalf for stuff like facetime or when you send an eye message knowing that is running through a data center running on clean energy. you are part of it. >> what is your message to companies thinking about doing things differently. i know apple has a forest in china. that must have been an off-the-wall idea. give me an update on why you have the forest, the status of that, if we could see something like that elsewhere. more broadly speaking, how you
CBS
Apr 21, 2017 5:00pm EDT
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MSNBC
Apr 21, 2017 2:00pm PDT
. you might know the president ditched his attacks on china as a currency manipulation, but you might not know the comments came after ivanka's business was granted preliminary controversial for her brand of clothing and jewelry. there are reports that jared kushner is eyeing a $400 million dealt with a chinese person, you might have missed that the presidential campaign continues to funnel money back to trump's businesses. and the president's trust allows the president to pull money from his various business ventures whenever he wants. no one is saying any of this is proof of any quid pro quo, but it does end up raising serious questions, and it does end up raising questions about whether anybody in congress or in washington is going to care about these conflicts of interest. i'm joined now by andrew sullivan, a contradiibutor to n york magazine. first, mr. sullivan, welcome. >> thank you, todd -- chuck. >> that's okay. i've been called my father and grandfather our whole lives. that's what happens when you have two first names, sullivan -- sully. this issue of conflicts of int
CSPAN
Apr 21, 2017 4:43pm EDT
president who has a redline. we have china now is a friend and not a currency manipulator. we have obamacare where people had run for seven years against it and we don't have repeal. and, we do not have a tax plan that anyone wants to go against. i think people have said the borders tax approach and the planet is doa. so you know kind of progress with client certainty in our life, is also hard to think about what is not only point and i guess that is to sit back and had patients. because if he thought about the previous three or four things, you would not expect any of them. quite frankly, the trump administration seems to be moving.and moving into a more normal zone. kind of a lot of people in this country. so my guess is not comprehensive tax reform as we had talked about. because comprehensive tax reform, just like fixing healthcare and creating a permanent solution, really requires a bipartisan effort. and there is no bipartisan conversation going on. i am aware of religious tax reform for healthcare. and so i think what you're going to have with donald trump, the probe job guy
BBC News
Apr 21, 2017 9:00pm BST
billion people glued to their tv sets in china. well you can bet there's even more watching his second round match at the world championship in sheffield, england as he's up against china's number two player liang wenbo for a place in the quarter—finals these are live pictures from the crucible... ding leads 9—6 so this is the final frame of their session before they finish tomorrow meanwhile one of her grandchildren, the duke of cambridge, made a surprise public appearance here at the bbc buildings in london. can he do it again? all will edit shearing reclaim that top spot 13 weeks at number one before harry spoiled his easter. santa milia. laughter —— sounds familiar. didn't they do well? that is it from the programme. cheerio. it looks like many others will have a shot to the system next week as winter makes a return. but funny weekend it will be mostly dry. it will be some ground frost and it will be some ground frost and it will be some ground frost and it will be quite chilly overnight. some sunshine today by the cloud has been building up as the day goes on and so buildi
MSNBC
Apr 21, 2017 1:00pm PDT
intention to totally renegotiate nafta. china, a currency manipulator. fully repeal obamacare and replace it with health savings accounts. >> and that is just a taste of all the things mr. trump promised. joining me now to discuss this, i want to bring in a great panel. msnbc political analyst, former pennsylvania governor, ed rendell, and louise revnoski joins me. governor, pick up where we left off. you just heard president trump tick off what he wanted to get done in his first 100 days. he has achieved some of it. i was speaking to a republican analyst earlier today who said he actually gives him a higher mark than he thought he was going to. how do you rate the president as we approach this 100 day mark? given that he's been more restrained than a number of people thought we and has accomplished some of the things he set out to. >> well, first question is, is there any grade lower than f? no. i think it's been a debacle. everything that he promised the american voter he would get through the congress in the first hundred days, he's failed miserably. the government has been inept. ther
CNN
Apr 21, 2017 1:00pm PDT
chinese president xi has china has raised the alert status for its aircraft, according to u.s. officials. >> he could be messaging his own people or messaging the north koreans for that matter, but the real focus is on the actions that china is taking, for example, most recently it stopped importing coal from north korea. it's made clear that if there's another nuclear test it's going to cut off the oil that it provides to north korea. >> reporter: the chinese president also under unprecedented pressure from president trump who tweeted china is very much the economic lifeline to north korea so while nothing is easy if they want to solve the north korean problem they will, and then directly challenging the chinese leader. >> i actually told him, i said you'll make a much better deal on trade if you get rid of this menace. >> reporter: chinese government wants acknowledgement for its efforts. >> translator: china believes the international community has definitely seen chinese peaceful efforts to resolve the nuclear issue on the korean peninsula. >> reporter: president xi also now may be w
CSPAN
Apr 21, 2017 3:55pm EDT
barriers with mexico, mexico. find corn from brazil. if you start dealing with various with china with soybeans not being purchased by china. i think there is some rethinking going on about nafta particularly as it relates to the base that brought him to the party. >> i think i would really quickly seven nobody avenue nafta could be so complicated. [laughter] >> i mean, i think the answer is - lisa said that some ceos like chaos. she was implying that this was a deliberate management strategy on the part of the president. i do not buy that. i think there is a real battle here for what will the policy of the administration beyond trade? will be symbolic stuff so we can go around the country sent i was tough on trade.and all the changes to nafta -- will have 16 cases on south china? is interesting that the president seems to be greatly influenced by the last person he spoke to whether it is the ceo of caterpillar with the president of china. and so i don't think we really know where it is going. but i do think that there is some rethinking of the rather harsh protection rhetoric, the bum
BBC News
Apr 21, 2017 8:45pm BST
china, and she can't bear to throw them away. she's been digging the plot. so she brings them indoors, and that's when the hauntings start. by the end of the novel, we understand what those little tiny broken pieces refer to. and do you have a constant sense of the past? notjust in what happens if you dig up the street, but in the characters who walk those streets, what they thought and felt? and what, in a sense, has been passed on to us? yes, one of my characters is the grandmother of madeleine. she's dead, long since, nellie. but she talks to madeleine, sort of, over her shoulder all the time. and she is a real bridge with the past, because that's how i remember my own london grandmother. her quips and saying, her amazing cockney accent. her bawdiness, her funny stories. i mentioned that the chapters are intermittent, one called joseph and one called madeleine. and the story unfolds way. technically, that's quite a tricky thing to carry off. did you find it difficult and did you simply write a joseph chapter, then a madeleine chapter? or did you do a lot ofjoseph chapters then stic
Bloomberg
Apr 21, 2017 3:30pm EDT
globally very good data. in the u.s. the data has not been good. in china, asia, europe, it continues to pick up and look positive. most importantly, the tail risk we have worried about we have worried beyond. we were worried about trade wars, countries being called currency manipulators. but we have moved beyond that. it is not like trump will start a trade war with president xi in china. it looks like they are getting along well and trump has made an about-face from his more dangerous policies. think about one potential risk is still out there, the possibility of a le second round in the french election where someone pick someone backed by the communist, eurosceptic nationalists. how do you feel about the risks there? >> the risk has risen quite suddenly in the last week. i have been ignoring it until yesterday. the reason i was ignoring it, basically no chance le pen wins. the polls have been consistent but she will find it hard to win the second round. what took us by surprise is the sudden rise of melenchon. he is behind in the polls but he has momentum. if he gets through he is exp
states has the largest gdp in the world. china is second, japan is third, germany is fourth and our health care system is just under germany. next year, we will overtake germany, our health care system at least. the american health care system will be the fourth largest economy in the end -- in the entire world. everything germany spends for everything, the bmws, the broad worse, the beer, all of that more one will spend health care than the united states that all of germany. that is a huge amount of money. we know two things about the american health-care system. one, it is substantially underperforming. on a per person basis, we are 27% more expensive than the next highest country. 27% more expensive. no one in this room believes we qualitying 27% better or value or patient experience. are probably not getting 10%, 5%, 1%. right? very substantial, underperformance. a lot of you are corporate executives, and when you have underperformance, you have high -- and notnd not such high quality you get irate. you should. i think we've seen over the last few years, that the american public
CNBC
Apr 21, 2017 3:00pm EDT
fischer has to think about it as well talking about improvement in china and europe. year to date, central bankers, remember, our central bank is tightening. year to date, central bankers purchased $1 trillion of financial assets, annualized, that's $3.6 trillion. that's the biggest pace in terms of central banker purchases. now, no matter how you slice it, i believe the ax yum that all stimulus is fundable. why are markets where they are at? >> kevin, respond to that, because i take -- i take rick's point to a certain extent, but on the other hand, as point r pointed out, this market seems to be able -- it's a tough lawn market. if terrorism is not going to do it, and, yes, the u.s. bank has been tightening, but we've been waiting for the u.s. bank to start to do this for so long. >> yes, i mean, look at valuations, and, remember, he was talking about relative -- the market relative to gdp. well, we also took a look at gross domestic income, and if you think about -- if you stop and think about it, gross domestic income and product should be very close to one another. however, gr
FOX Business
Apr 21, 2017 3:00pm EDT
moving troops to the border of north korea. china is doing the same. south korea on high alert. north korea troops for military celebration in the coming days. even with higher levels of amassed military in the region and continued threats from north korean leader kim jong-un, defense secretary james mattis said the threats are empty and not proven to be honest. keith alexander who used head the national security agency said to me last friday when i pushed him on a potential issue after strike on north korea? do you believe kim jong-un who says he will do a preemptive strike? >> hard to say, to be honest. liz: you're not saying i don't believe him? he could do it? >> he could do it. liz: okay. which side is right? which opinion is correct? we bring in fox news strategic analyst, retired lieutenant colonel ralph peters. colonel, you get to be the tiebreaker here. will north korea, could it possibly launch a preemptive strike? >> liz, actually, both general mattis and general alexander are correct. they're saying different things. general mattis was saying that the threats agains
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Apr 21, 2017 12:00pm PDT
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Apr 21, 2017 12:00pm PDT
and china into a diplomatic pressure campaign backed by the threat of military force, as the president has said, all options are on the table, just as they were with president obama, by the way, and to be able to get to a point where we can put enough pressure on the north korean regime to bring them to the diplomatic table that provides security and safety of the millions of citizens and the allies we work with in that part of the region. >> all 100 senators are going to be briefed next week, we're told, but not on capitol hill, they're going to somehow be brought over to the white house, we're trying to figure out where a secure room would be that's big enough to hold 100 senators, but what does that tell you that they're going to that extent that the administration wants to brief them about north korea. >> this has escalated to a point where it's beyond just press releases and speeches on the floor of the senate, i think there's a realization on capitol hill now especially among republicans that this is a situation that could, you know, maybe not spiral out of control, but
CNN
Apr 21, 2017 12:00pm PDT
this closely. >> thank you for that update. >>> overseas now, china has denied reports they put forces on high alert over north korea but there's another issue. coal ships. president trump said that they are turning ships away but they are still docking in china. the president seems confident that china can do something to rein in north korea. joining me now is retired admiral john kirby and former state department spokesman and pentagon secretary. thank you for joining us. what do you make of what is playing out with china? >> well, it's hard to say in terms of their pronouncements that they are not violating sanctions. china has a potspotty history. i would be careful to take these denials at anything more than face value. i'm not completely convinced that their denials are true. it's right that the path to pyongyang goes through beijing and it is right that the president is continuing to try to put pressure on china to do more because they can do more. now, obviously you need international con ssensus, but remains to be seen. on placing their aircraft on high alert, folks i've talke
china. china is a place where we think about a lot of deep collection but a president that's been champion and anti-government measures and you can argue of how effective they are and how they are targeted. at times of partner and competitor, how do you prioritize corruptions and what would you have in terms of on this issue and one is of the agenda and what is useful of the u.s./china relationship on this issue? >> we had a bipartisan effort for this to be on the agenda. i don't want to disappoint you. the president did not share his agenda with me. [ laughter ] so i don't know if they're going to talk about -- i don't know how transparent it will be of their conversations. one other disappointing things about secretary tillerson is that he's not sharing a lot of what he's doing with the american people and the global communities. we don't know what is happening. the megaphone is important here. it will be helpful if the president did something visibly that human rights is on the agenda. we know there tillerson is going to be in russia. will he have meetings with the opposition.
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Apr 21, 2017 11:00am PDT
repair, safelite replace. >>> today, china's defense ministry is now denying reports its military is on high alert over the tensions in north korea. a much different story from just a day ago when a pentagon official said that the chinese military was readying some bombers to respond to a potential situation in north korea. but how china is responding now saying that is not true and yet another denial from beijing, involving north korean cargo ships. court records show the ships were docked in china this week. that would be in violation of sanctions against north korean coal imports. so what's the truth? cnn international correspondent david mckenzie is in beijing. david? >> reporter: ana, in a rare statement, the ministry of defense here in china has slammed those reports saying that they simply, quote, are not true. that there is no sense of high alert from the bombers regarding north korea. they say that the forces on the border of china and north korea are, in fact, in a normal level of combat readiness and training. china has repeatedly tried to diffuse the tension in north kore
Bloomberg
Apr 21, 2017 2:00pm EDT
also a concern in europe. cheap steel coming from china, and it needs to be dealt with. some of those issues i think we share the issues and concerns. other ideas i think should be dropped very quickly. highlights here was seeing madame lagarde speaking. this year, have we moved on for every nation for themselves and and whereal makes -- central banks do not come to the rescue? no, i think they are still very important. for example, i look at europe, the monetary stance of the ecb is important for europeans to deal with structural reforms and put their house in order. it is still very helpful. francine: when we look at the risks in europe, you have french elections, and pointed out more on sunday you have greece and brexit as well. >> a few things on the risks in europe. the first thing, the ducks election, -- dutch election. there is an expectation that there will be a moderate government in the netherlands. my guess will be at the end of the presidential election, there will be a moderate fraction -- president and a moderate parliament in paris. i think overall that will turn
FOX Business
Apr 21, 2017 2:00pm EDT
socialist economy. and guess what? china becomes the united states of america when you look at their economy. so we've got to be very careful and do everything we can to stay, do we not? >> we absolutely do. and we have to communicate to the average american who may not understand details of economics. so rather than having the autonomous go and explain this, put it in terms that anybody can clearly understand. that's going to be an important part of communication. trish: and you, sir, do that very well, i'll just give you that accolade. >> thank you. trish: thank you very much. good to have you. >> good to here, trish. trish: and speaking of france, france is on alert. this is very sad news. it's six terror attacks this year, it's all coming ahead of this weekend's big election, which could have a big impact on us. i'll tell you if mari marine le pen were to win here, you're going to basically see this continuation of what's going on all over the world right now. first brexit then donald trump. could france be next? people are revolting. they have had enough. plus australia riding t
FOX News
Apr 21, 2017 11:00am PDT
very good shape. i have great respect for the president of china. i can say from my standpoint, i liked him very much. i respect him very much. and i think he's working very hard. some very unusual moves have been made over the last two or three hours. and i really have confidence that the president will try very hard. >> sandra: as we all continue to wonder what role china will play in all of this, the president sounding very confident that china will help put pressure on north korea. >> well, i think president trump has every right to feel confident because his meeting with president xi went extremely well. we saw action from the chinese by moving 175,000 troops to the border with north korea. that sundays a very strong message to the north koreans that something is different. i have to say that there's been a lot of focus in the media on the military aspects of what the trump administration has done. but there's been relatively little focus on all of the great diplomatic efforts. you look at president trump just diplomacy with other countries. it's been phenomenal and it's been effec
FOX News
Apr 21, 2017 10:00am PDT
this week allowed post-china and south korea backed by thousands of u.s. troops, reacting to the latest threatening comments about the north. our next guest says the north korean regime has not been this worried about u.s. military action in years, former defense circuitry william. join this text to tell us why. why do we put so much effort into engineering the can-am defender? because a job worth doing, is worth doing right. can-am defender. tough, capable, clever. get a 3-year brp limited warranty plus a $1,500 cash rebate on 2016 defender models. >> jenna: fox news alert along the korean peninsula, south korean military on high alert as the north prepares to mark 85 years since the formation of its people's army. in the meantime, china, north korea's main ally, putting its military bombers at the ready in response to the north suggestion of a super miter preemptive strike if the united states were to act. president trump tweeting this morning: "china is very much the economic lifeline to north korea so, while nothing is easy, if they want to solve the north korean problem, the
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Apr 21, 2017 10:00am PDT
beijing. china is now denying reports that they put their military forces on high alert because of what's going on in north korea. but there's another issue, coal shift. president trump said china was beginning to turn those north korean ships away, but are they still docking in china as we speak? >> well, let's start with that high alert, wolf. certainly the ministry of defense putting out a very rare statement here in china slamming those reports saying it's simply not true. that they're in any kind of high alert. saying that the status of chi chinese troops and military assets on the border are in fact as per normal. so they really are pushing back on those reports from u.s. officials that we heard yesterday and today. on the coal issue, this is really fascinating, because president trump in receipt days, wolf, has praised china for putting the screws down on pyongyang trying to force them to end that nuclear program through trade. one key issue has been coal imports from north korea into china. well, we've looked at the manifest as it were of coal shipments coming in to northea
CNBC
Apr 21, 2017 1:00pm EDT
cars globally. there's more than just the u.s. >> even in china they're seeing car sales down. >> i think car sales are still up in china. certainly up across europe. there are other growth markets. delphi is content. you're seeing more of their products per car. >> what's the last stock you sold? >> we sold some vf. >> are you out of it? >> we're out. >> because you have few stocks. that's why it's a focussed fund. what made vf corp. now unattractive to you? >> everybody talks about amazon is disintermediating brick and mortar, but also it's brands. vf has great brands, but we saw better the opportunities in the market. >> we started off talking about mastercard which is down. visa is also down. why do you see that as a secular growth story? >> think about the different ways you pay for things. you're using your cards, whether it's your apple pay or whether it's any other way that you're using your credit card or debit cards much more in every part of your life. right now 84 % of all transactions around the world are still done with cash and check. there's still a huge conversion o
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Apr 21, 2017 10:00am PDT
south korea to a sea of fire. the real question, what are we going to do? how is it going with china? what is the followup to this diplomatic activity. we have a secretary of state who is home alone, same with a defense secretary, and we have a white house that gets involved in these things, but we need a sustained effort to work with the chinese, to reassure our allies. it's been great to have senior officials involved, but i would like to see a more sustained exercise in this. so far we only have a fraction of the government deployed. >> mr. ambassador, you're implying that perhaps we make too much of these north korean missile and nuclear tests? >> i wouldn't say we're making too much of those tests, because those tests are designed to create a deliverable nuclear weapon. that will come sooner or later, whether one or two years, it will probably come on the watch of this administration. so i think these tests are important insofar as they are tests of military programs. we may make too much of the notion that these tests are an expression of defiance towards us. i'm much more conc
Bloomberg
Apr 21, 2017 12:30pm EDT
"north korea problem," it will. president meeting with xi jinping. the president weeding today that china is the economic lifeline to north korea. global news 24 hours per day in 2600 journalists and analysts. this is bloomberg. bringing youg up, the best of our interviews out of the international meeting in washington. imf chiefom former economist. his perspective on the cause of french populism and their eurozone renomination risk. to reiterate some headlines crossing the bloomberg treasury secretary, steven mnuchin commenting on an off-camera briefing in the white house, detailing what is going to be in ,resident trump's order according to guidance we received from the president's office. the order will direct treasury if they place an undue financial burden on taxpayers. calling for a review of the designation process for cities. if you orderly the creation authorities as well. peterson institute senior fellow and former imf chief economist joint bloomberg daybreak from washington today, where the imf meetings are underway. the upcoming french or italian elections, the eu has been con
dissent or corals are concerned about it, you are expected to china and right then and there. that was intellectually very good friend and very good for the clerks. and a nice with forcing people to think to their positions. he was quite a man about town also. he enjoyed the center association. he went to the council on foreign relations. he loved being at harvard university when he's going to undergraduate and graduate. i have a vague memory from my youth that when the troubles broke out during the vietnam war he was the one actually was brought in other corporations to try to put fiscal back together again in a loving way. he even had that i even had some memory of having talked to him bubut i would unite out if aske. he really took institutional culture and duration as a serious task for a person of parts. he really wasn't supposed to become a judge, you know that. because he fell in love with english legal history. he had been seduced by charles malco wayne took a year or maybe to a broad, looking through english legal history tones and files. he might well have been lured from his
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Apr 21, 2017 12:00pm EDT
brings up the role china could play in all of this. china is very much the economic lifeline to north korea. so while nothing is easy, if they want to solve the north korean problem, they will. "they" being china. now, in russia, the kremlin not commenting on the reports that russia may be moving military hardware troops toward the border of north korea. and we have another story that fox news learned more bombers and spy planes flew near alaska the past couple of nights, this on top of incidents reporting earlier this week, they spotted the bombers, which, by the way, are nuclear capable flaying last night. u.s. air force did not scatter, remaining in international airspace. so you add it all up, you throw it in the top for the president and the secretary of state to talk about, i think. neil: indeed, all right. connell, thank you very, very much. now to fbi director who in a recent media appearance was talking about the need to respond to iran for what's going on in syria. and saying that maybe we strike iran nukes so that we can get a better handle on what's going on in syria. i'm
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