17 Burst results for "Stuart Varney"

"stuart varney" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"stuart varney" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"And windows of your household. You're at work. And you're saying Wait a minute. There's no justification for that. And then old Tony Thurman would respond. Well, furnished you a cat, and we've furnished you a camp stove. And here's Here's a blanket to sleep under. No, no. Why is my house closed? Well, there's a comic book to flip through it the rest of it. He's so full of crap. A Tony When you were in high school, you're in college, studying hard and listening to your counselor. Did you mention to your counselor that what I'd really like to do is is lick the boots of the politically connected the powerful and the wealthy at the expense of America's Children, especially America's poor Children. You know what? Tony? If you figure out, you can't taste it's not the cove it. It's that your tongue is so thick with the dust off the boots of those you look for them. You can't taste anymore. That's unbelievable. Why we've secured hundreds of thousands of devices and we provided training. It's not working. The kids are miserable. They're committing suicide and they're way beyond they're not learning. We have Stuart Varney. We never heard the whole clip. This is Stuart Varney of what is he's one of your finance places have Fox business and on the whole school thing, remote learning. The virtual classroom. It's a failure, and that's another reason to open the schools. Now it's hard to get your arms around the extent of this failure from all over the country. There are reports of crater in grades and, frankly disappearing students. Youngsters who just don't show up on the computer. School systems were classrooms are closed. Enrollment is declining online is just not working. It's the quality of education is most troubling. How do you expect stressed out parents to operate the often inadequate virtual classes? And the truth is virtual education's A very poor substitute. No matter how many resource is you throw at it. Where's the socialization that youngsters need? You don't get that from staring at a screen on. Let's not forget there are millions of families which simply do not have full access to the Internet. This is an educational disaster. All the way from pre K to college is a disaster for public education. Those who can leave it's a public relations nightmare for the teachers union this into have abandoned the Children. There are all kinds of arguments for reopening the schools, but the most important is surely Virtual learning just isn't working. I You know what? We've probably provided guidance and dozens of friending opportunity. One thing I am happy to to boast about. I hadn't heard anybody before us. Way back in like May saying, Does anybody noticed? This sucks? Does anybody notice this isn't working at all every single kid and parent I talked to say it's a disaster, but they're miserable. Why is everybody acting like this is an option and it continues are strong.

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"stuart varney" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"stuart varney" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"A group of stocks a stock after the markets but we measure excesses by what we consider the being lunacy lunacy and you know what I mean by lunacy well a big example was the till right it came public in eighteen our wanna thing a bomb seventeen dollars and just kept drifting higher and then all of sudden it went from S. thirty up to three hundred in a matter of twelve trading days and we came on the show and was on TV the day at three hundred and close the two thirty who puts down seventy Bucks if you bought the high and we said on Stuart Varney's show it's it's going to go back to fifteen there was nothing there and people were email mean cursing me out because people were in the stock you know when they were going crazy in but that's what we mean by accesses it in extreme and of course it we were right tell ray is now eight dollars and the reason is is because you know at three hundred Bucks it had like a unlimited with a forty billion dollar market cap forty billion and they had a couple hundred million in sales and lost a hell of a lot of money that was a very hard and we try to short stocks we couldn't borrow borrow any house that but that's what we mean by extremes and we always tell you with these excesses and extremes please don't be the last one in it if you are please make sure you trade this crap because that went that far the three hundred Bucks close that day at two thirty somebody paid three hundred dollars the only way you get the lower prices somebody had to bite somebody paid three hundred dollars first thought that was a hundred and fifty the day before that was a hundred four days before that that was thirty days before that.

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"stuart varney" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"stuart varney" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Stuart Varney on fox business at the opening bell rang on Monday and just a few minutes later that's an all white right now all the screens just changed completely the moment you start a seven percent drop thanks businesses Kristina Partsinevelos was at the New York Stock Exchange as trading was halted circuit breakers triggering an automatic points in the day ultimately ending with a record losses over two thousand points down for the Dow just over a week since the previous record was set also driven by the corona virus and its widespread economic impacts two of the latest examples St Patrick's day parades in Dublin and in Boston canceled large public events considered too risky as the world tries to contain the spread we are going to take care of it have been taking care of the American public and the American economy president trump making brief remarks Monday evening as his coronavirus task force held a news conference he says the White House is working on payroll tax relief help for hourly wage earners so they won't miss a paycheck if they're home sick and small business loans we're also working with the industries including the airline industry the cruise ship industry which obviously will be hit but it's not clear how much help it will take to east wall street's concerns about the economic impact here why is definitely I guess to discourage high tension early on we spoke with fox business is Christina parts analysts after the grueling day at the stock exchange where traders that came in much earlier and a lot of them don't come in at eight AM eastern time traders were here early because they were expecting and preparing for the worst so close to around nine thirty AM eastern time when markets are set to open you had a lot of yelling going on and then immediately four minutes after the markets open they also holds it in that's because their circuit breakers that are put in place if the S. and P. five hundred dropped seven.

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"stuart varney" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"stuart varney" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"The Dow industrials a sea of red please see of red Stuart Varney on fox business as the opening bell rang on Monday and just a few minutes later that's an all white right now all the screens just changed completely in the moment seven percent fox business is Kristina Partsinevelos was at the New York Stock Exchange as trading was halted circuit breakers triggering an automatic pause and the day ultimately ending with record losses over two thousand points down for the Dow just over a week since the previous record was set also driven by the corona virus and its widespread economic impacts two of the latest examples St Patrick's day parades in Dublin and in Boston canceled large public events considered too risky as the world tries to contain the spread we are going to take care of it have been taking care of the American public and the American economy president trump making brief remarks Monday evening as his coronavirus task force held a news conference he says the White House is working on payroll tax relief help for hourly wage earners so they won't miss a paycheck if they're home sick and small business loans we're also working with the industries including the airline industry the cruise ship industry which obviously will be hit but it's not clear how much help it will take to east wall street's concerns about the economic impact here why is definitely I guess you could describe as high tension early on we spoke with fox business is Christina parts analysts after the grueling day at the stock exchange where traders that came in much earlier and a lot of them don't come in at eight AM eastern time traders were here early because they were expecting and preparing for the worst so close to around nine thirty AM eastern time when markets are set to open you had a lot of yelling going on and then immediately four minutes after the markets open they also holds it in that's because their circuit breakers that are put in place if the S. and P. five hundred dropped seven percent in the markets get halted to stop stocks continuing to plummet as in the halls of for fifteen minutes and that's not a lot of commotion on the floor all the boards will turn white so they're showing red or green anymore I'm fine socks they want white and traders are just trying to figure out how they were gonna put in their trains once it re opens again at nine forty nine AM eastern time we talk about a lot of yelling it's just part of a new normals situation like I don't want you when things are fluctuating wildly one way or the other right you don't mean it was any sort of a panic situation no no I don't see that there's panic across the floor but this is just a different scenario that we have not seen here the circuit breakers that are put in place to stop traders and trading and the noise level was definitely a lot louder I don't know your sanction for it's noisy all the time people just yell at each other it's very common it's very casual into the conversation but this time around your hand traders running around holding their hand held machines which are there do you use for buying and selling and there was a lot of movement as to what was gonna happen once the markets reopened right at nine forty nine AM so that's added to the noise level here now I know that they did not end up having to hold training again but closing down over two thousand points were now here Leslie close to a so called bear market right so bear market happens when markets drop all our twenty percent off of the record highs as we came very very close to that added to this this concern going for how are we going to factor in not only lower oil prices which plunged twenty four percent but also the economic impact of the spread of the corona virus because we still don't know how bad it will get and because of that uncertainty a lot of businesses don't know if they should be stopping them poison coming in completely should they be keeping more cash on the sidelines in case things don't go really well should they stop investing in their businesses right now because it could get worse if you don't want to uncertainties which makes it so difficult to present economic impact but it seems like the consensus is we are going to see more of a slowdown with growth because of the spread of the virus waiting from a business standpoint it's not like we're trying to sit back and say you know all my gosh half the country's gonna get wiped.

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"stuart varney" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"stuart varney" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Ninety six point five W. T. V. kill me Joe it's gonna be a big our gonna be joined by Stuart Varney don't ask me how I know and Jason Chavis been woken up from a dead sleep to join us faxes contributed former congressman former chairman of the house oversight and committee and bestselling author of power grab by the liberal scheme to undermine done to my trump system news I've not been emphasizing enough to show and I got to do it now the economic report they came out on this Friday is so good it is scary they predicted a hundred sixty thousand jobs hundred eighty thousand jobs I got two hundred sixty six thousand jobs hated unemployment fought rate falls again manufacturing is up that most almost all indicators show a robust economy when most people a few months ago was saying that recession looms in fact Joe Biden just said I expect the ex presidents take over a country in recession you could be cheering for it it's just not there yet a lot is going on now including minority employment which could be a scary thing for Democrats because without dominating that sector they will not win many battleground states well wait a second maybe our best shot is making the present unelectable because that's what we see it could that be with this is all about so let's get to the big three now with the stories you need to phase three number three we have a large military were prepared to defend our friends and allies and and if that the troops are needed to to deter around we have the capacity to move into the region although I don't think that's happening now I don't right now that is Robert o'brien.

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"stuart varney" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

13:58 min | 2 years ago

"stuart varney" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Possibility then without wherever you end up rock we'll be here what's happening right now you can use a late you want me yeah talk radio WCBS I'm Stuart Varney I'm Harris Faulkner I'm Chris Wallace and this is the fox news rundown Friday December sixth twenty nineteen and the separating the house speaker rolls the dice on articles of impeachment and she says it's about the constitution not politics but our voters ready to take that that we are all going to be evaluated in the eyes of history as to whether or not we acted in the best interest of country that includes the principal players the elected officials as well as the citizenry and and public center his foster Ortiz is a mixed martial arts hall of Famer with a big fight coming up in a big fan of president trump I can see what's happened to me and he was very genuine being honest honorable man for someone who I kind of took a huge like in tears when he ran for president is actually first time in my life that I've fourty four presidents and I've got the final word on the fox news rundown house speaker Nancy Pelosi says it's time I am asking a chairman to proceed with the articles of impeachment she calls it heart breaking but says the president gave them no choice with his actions in Ukraine asking for a favor investigations that could benefit him politically well military aid was on hold but in defending the fast pace of the impeachment probe hello see signals the articles might not be based just on Ukraine we feel comfortable with all of the time that has gone into this two and a half years since the appointment of a smaller and she says all that's transpired since then possibly hinting that Democrats could argue a pattern of obstruction for instance house minority leader Kevin McCarthy says this is a big departure my policy said in March it was so divisive it would divide the nation but the only way we could move down that it had to be compelling it had to be overwhelming and had to be bipartisan McCarthy says Democrats are putting animosity and fear of losing the twenty twenty election ahead of the American people president trump telling reporters Thursday he's not worried about his legacy thanks and he says this is not what the founders intended it means impeachment will be used routinely to attack future presidents speaker Pelosi's announcement came a day after the house Judiciary Committee heard it from a panel of law professors essentially debating whether there are grounds for impeachment that committee now plans to meet next week to receive the report from the intelligence committee's hearings process is important because I think how a process is handled is a window on what the true motivations are Robert ray is a former federal prosecutor who succeeded Kenneth Starr is independent counsel after the Clinton impeachment so the president is correct to sort of sauce that out and make the obvious point that impeachment is of course ultimately about politics however it's not just about politics the constitution sets forth a framework about how impeachment should be evaluated and we it's not like we're without guidance I think that was one of the things that came through the testimony from the law professors while they didn't always agree obviously does this is moving forward at this juncture though reinforce arguments made during Wednesday's hearing that the outcome really has always been predetermined and that none of this is based on facts I mean the judiciary committee's ranking Republican member Georgia congressman Doug Collins made the point that the committee that has traditionally let impeachment probes because the grass the articles isn't at least not so far calling any you know fact witnesses as they say race to this committee that is really of impeachment simply take from other entities and rubber stamp I don't want to get into characterizing and elected branch of government is a disgrace because that we really shouldn't go there I mean I I'd like to think that we could handle ourselves let's say from this point through whenever this concludes probably in January with the trial in the Senate with some clear headed thinking about what's going on here and sort of leave the histrionics and the naked partisanship aside because in the end of the day we are all going to be evaluated in the eyes of history as to whether or not we acted in the best interest the country that includes the principal players the elected officials as well as the citizenry and and public sentiment all that you know look this is this is a big event be the fourth time in United States history it is disturbing to me that three of them have happened in my lifetime which suggests that perhaps the high bar of impeachment isn't high enough I think we might for the future give some serious consideration as to whether or not given the extreme partisanship that has been demonstrated and the age in which we are that perhaps a higher bar for impeachment in the house should be considered by way of constitutional ma'am it would require a constitutional amendment maybe the threshold should be sixty percent rather than a simple majority vote one key point of difference during the hearing with the constitutional law professors was whether asking for a favor is enough whether you get the thing you asked for or not it's not I mean I you know it can be one of two things it can be a demand for it's pretty clear that the demand is one and and lieutenant colonel them and try to make that point you know what I'm an arm army officer when the commander in chief makes a request you know I say yes Sir and I interpret that as being a demand well you know I have news for lieutenant colonel than men and I'm the son of an army officer and the father of an airforce officer I can tell you that without a doubt presidents the Lynskey is not in the chain of command so a request by the president United States even given the disparity in size and power between the United States and Ukraine is not the same thing as a demand and it is only a demand conditioned on what we've now in the vernacular I think as people have learned this call a quid pro quo which would be corrupt only that would be sufficient to constitute bribery which would constitute there for an impeachable offense well a lot of Jonathan curly's arguments during the hearing come to mind as well I mean he kept saying things like you're going to accuse the president of bribery you need to make it stick because you're trying to remove a duly elected president of the United States I think in the end of most Americans would recognize is something that meets the high threshold it's gonna be grave and unmistakable evidence that the president based upon the fact that a crime has been committed that he is so abuse the public trust that you were going to remove the president from office people need to remember the president's not a king and this isn't about kings in Barron's and you know whatever and titles of nobility it's about the fact that the president has unique power under our system there are only two people in the entire constitutional system federal elected by all Americans that's the president and the vice president that's unique and singular for a reason because the constitution vests not some of the of the executive power not most of the executive power all of the executive power in the president and if you're talking about the impeachment of a president that is singular and unique in our constitutional system so important that the framers signaled that in connection with the trial of impeachment that the Chief Justice of the United States was would put would preside that's you know an attempt by the framers to communicate to future generations the majesty of that proceeding and the significance of that proceeding to the Republic the house Judiciary Committee chairman Jerry Nadler is arguing that this is a crisis and that it can't wait the integrity of that election is one of the very things at stake which also goes along with the argument that Democrats are trying to make that if they let this go unchecked then future presidents are going to think that they can do whatever they want I understand the argument although I have to say I do think it's over blown I do not think the fate of the Republic is at stake as the result of the president's conduct I understand that reasonable people can disagree with me about that and I know in some level doesn't matter what Robert ray thinks about that it's ultimately up to public sentiment the people and their elected representatives to decide that question but I will say that I do not think that a request by the president of the United States to a foreign government as expressed in that phone call requesting and assistance in connection with an investigation is the same thing as what the Democrats are claiming this is which is tantamount to a demand for digging up dirt on a presidential rival that would interfere with the two thousand and twenty election I don't equate the two things as the same politically speaking impeachment is a gamble a B. Stoddard is an associate editor at real clear politics I think that the reason that the house speaker resistance for so long was because she knew it would be politically unpopular it remains more politically popular than there was for Bill Clinton you know it is a nationally levels off around fifty percent but not so in the swing states and I think that you know they are going to do this anyway they believe that even if it's a partisan vote even politically unpopular that right it is for the institution and first separate and co equal branch of government and the constitutional okay and what's interesting about the members that close is trying to protect members who are Democrats but one districts trump had one in twenty sixteen they took him over in twenty eighteen and one in from a public and many of them our national security background but they're not lifelong politicians have spoken with some of them and for a long time we thought they would be the last people to get on board over impeachment and they didn't show the Ukraine matter but they said it was so clear they believe the evidence is so compelling and they are willing to lose their seats over it if that's what happened so you know I I don't think we know the final outcome in terms of what the polling will show in April and then again in August and then again in October but I think right now they know it's a huge political risk and they're going to proceed on the last as the needle moved at all after all these weeks of hearings and house Democrats trying to build the case on this well I think we have not seen the polling rules but what we've seen is that the Democrats went home for thanksgiving the district of the members I mentioned are bombs shop for a very expensive bonus advertising and you'll be sent out coming from the arms in the trump campaign targeting these numbers and I think if you know I think there was a there was a discussion about them getting cold feet there was discussion about them going home saying the polling haven't moved thing the public hadn't watched a lot of the hearing and they would come back and they would say we can't do this on it to proceed with the inquiry but we can't support the articles and what you see is that they came home and all told for three they're ready to go is there a chance of Republicans wishing sides on this any any greater chance now than there were times greater chance would be more evidence right on that this year that's why McConnell one Senate trial right now because they don't want to learn more they know Mulvaney is exposed and knows a lot they know my compares exposing a lot they know that Mike pence is not about this all along they knew Rick Perry was involved in new a lot these centers do not want to know anymore show what they can say now is it was wrong we really don't think it's impeachable he doesn't know what he's doing yeah on and on so we don't know what the evidence is going to take this in a mid January or early February we know we know today and they don't want to know anymore so right now it's everything stayed the same he there's no way he would be on the she will he I think that you know in the end true Republicans can vote against and maybe not it just is a different equation if we learn more and that's what they're so frightened about the standard associate editor of real.

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"stuart varney" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"stuart varney" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Know he really didn't mean this. They want him to apologize. They want him to take my advice. They wanted to gravel. They want him to say he didn't mean it. They want him to acknowledge the pressure of a face, deciding which bathroom deals, for example, they want to know that Joe Biden understands the pressure, they face, and he didn't really mean all of that skip. Number sixteen, here's Cory Booker last night on, on MSNBC question, did, did you come to a better understanding of Biden side of the of the experience? I understood where his intentions understood whereas heart was the fact is, though, it's not about me or him. He said things that are artful and are harmful. I believe we should be apologizing to the American people and having this discussion with all of us, right? I I'm trying to help. I've told you go out to college is Cory Booker. Here's Doug Schoen, Doug Schoen of FOX business, network Varney and company today. Stuart Varney you think Joe Biden makes it all the way through the primaries now. I hope he does. But I fear that the left as you correctly said, which votes and primers will try to knock him out and since he's maladroit with his language, and he's raising issues don't think need to be raised talking about these segregationist. I think he's hastening that possibility. So something two weeks ago, I would have said was virtually impossible. I now would say within the realm of reason, Doug Schoen, I don't think the guy's gonna make it. Some had unless he starts apologizing gotta start apologizing. I mean, this is what the left demands. So it won't take long to find out if all of this is actually part of a grand plan to get rid of the guy, but I am confident that it is. Let's take a brief timeout. We will be back as a matter either way for Trump preserving it ought to take some effort to become an American read. Russia's stunning new bonus report..

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"stuart varney" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"stuart varney" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Know he really didn't mean this. They want him to apologize. They want him to take my advice. They want him to grabble. They want him to say he didn't mean it. They want him to acknowledge the pressure of a face deciding which bathroom to use. For example, they want to know that Joe Biden understands the pressure, they face any, he didn't really mean all of that skip. Number sixteen. Here's Cory Booker last night on, on MSNBC question did, did you come to a better understanding of Biden side of the of the experience? I understood where his intentions were I understand where his heart was. The fact is, though, it's not about me or him. He said things that are artful and are harmful. I believe you should be apologizing to the American people, and having this discussion with all of us, right? I I'm trying to help. I've told you go out and apologize. Cory Booker, here's Doug Schoen, Doug Schoen of FOX business, network Varney and company today. Stuart Varney, do you think Joe Biden makes it all the way through the primaries now? I hope he does. But I fear. That the left as you correctly said, which votes in primers will try to knock him out, and since he's maladroit with his language, and he's raising issues that I don't think need to be raised talking about these segregationist. I think he's hastening that possibility. So something two weeks ago, I would have said was virtually impossible. I now would say is within the realm of reason. Doug Schoen, I don't think the guy's gonna make it. Some had unless he starts apologizing gotta start apologizing. I mean, this is what the left demands. So it won't take long to find out if all of this is actually part of a grand plan to get rid of the guy, but I am confident that it is. Let's take a brief timeout. We will be back. Doesn't matter. Either way for Trump is understanding preserving it ought to take some effort to become an American read. Russia's stunning new bonus report..

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"stuart varney" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

06:37 min | 2 years ago

"stuart varney" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"As far as the protests, I have to tell you because I come into the yesterday we left the prime minister the Queen the Royal family, there were thousands of people on the streets cheering and even coming over today, there with thousands of people cheering, and then I heard that there were protests. I said, where are the protests? I don't see any protests. I did see a small protest today when I came very small. So a lot of it is fake news. I hate to say, but you so the, the people waving the American flag, waving your flag was tremendous spirit and love that was great love. It was an alliance. If you wanna talk about all things Britain, you wanna talk about the president being in Britain who else you go to a guy with a British accent. Stuart Varney the volume comfy on the FOX business channel Stewart. Welcome back. Thanks for joining us. Good morning, Barry. Yes, I do have a British accent, but I have an American passport. I probably hold my back and citizenship. Okay. Yes, you do. And I read your piece about why you are proud American looking at my president on a state visit to the country of my birth you, so you have such a unique perspective on this entire thing. Let's talk about the protests there. They were predicting two hundred and fifty thousand people quarter of a million people at a protest that was led yesterday by Jeremy Corbyn incident. Con the by their own estimates. There are about seventy thousand people. So what happened do are we finding that the Brits, actually, like President Trump? I think they woman to him. I think the state visit was a significant success for our president and for America and so the angle about like an alliance. We now see the return of the special relationship, the best alliance in human history. The lines the world has ever known. Yes. Well, that's welcome, isn't it? That's a success, these protests against the president's visit to London. They logically fizzled they put out what seventy thousand people attended. But I was looking at Trafalgar Square where the protest is it wasn't even full it was nowhere near the number that they expected. And Jeremy Corbyn tried to rouse, the bidragged crowd and largely failed, and then inflatable toilet with President Trump sitting on it, that just went down as a as a juvenile bathroom Huma, as opposed to biting political comment. And the press reports this morning, the way the media, the British media covered the to the visit. Very clearly. I mean, the son put out a headline saying, let me find it now said, the let me say they were all over it a very positive way in complete contrast to the way that the American media covered our president in London. What a contrast a great success in my opinion, but a failure in terms of the pump from the American media Stewart in your estimated among Brits, who support Brexit who want to break away from the European Union. How much do they intersect with the type of people who respect Donald Trump for what he's doing? And in other words that he's trying to push for sovereignty for individual countries in our case America and put for nationalism. Is that the kind of thing that, that message resonates with Brexit? Here's yes, it's a similar. It's a similar coalition of people who support President Trump at who supported Brexit. It's essentially an anti in the failing present over. The present over here. Yes. I think there was a very strong similarity between the two. And you'll notice that President Trump when he was over that had a conversation face to face with Nigel Farraj who leads the Brexit movement in Britain now. And he had a twenty minute conversation on the phone with Boris Johnson, who is also in favour of Britain, getting out of the European Union that went on for twenty minutes, and I'm sure they discussed what happens when the Brits finally get out of the European Union, a when they get out that will be a very significant trade deal between America and United States. That's another area of success of this. Visit there is going to be a big trade deal America and the United Kingdom and that's a very important economic breakthrough is they're going to be Brexit. Oh, yes. That will be. The deadline. The next British lead up, we'll take Britain out by October thirty first, I think it's going to be Boris Johnson will be out. He pledges to get out by that time. Even if it's a no deal Brexit with still going to get I say we they are still going to get out, it's going to happen. I wanted to ask you about how, you know, you say we and them and, and, and your relationship now with the with the land of your birth. But I just one thing that you said about the sun headline that was actually favorable favorable to the president. One thing I noticed in the Daily Mail the Daily Mail, ran a piece saying Malania as a glamorous touch to a Downing Street garden party, a calling her stunning in three different looks yesterday, calling her elegant. And they, they went through everything that she wore, you do not see that in American publications she were a democrat. She would be on the cover of Vanity Fair all the time, because she's a Republican, we ignore all of this with her. So I thought that that was interesting because the Daily Mail is very is very liberal. I, I was just going to say that, that is precisely true. I've looked through the American media's coverage of the state visit, and I can't see anything about Milania at the first lady, and she clearly wild the crowd she was she has class. She has dilemma she has. Chom. She dominated the pictures. That's what she did no mention of that from America. That's because the American media just can't get over its contempt for all things Trump. Then extends to the president's wife, the first lady of the United States they can't bet to say anything positive about any aspect of Trump his wife or his family while his presidency. Ludicrous, quite frankly, I have you noticed anything like this before? Well, an American president is just hated by the media in his own country. I find it absolutely astonishing. And frankly, disgraceful. And it's pretty disconnected as usual from the American public Stuart Varney, thanks as always Stuart Varney by a great American, great to have you with us, sir. Thank you. You're.

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"stuart varney" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"stuart varney" Discussed on KGO 810

"A Friday on Keijo, eight ten Mark Thompson here. Thank you for your tweets at Mark t live. Somebody says Marchesi Kenny Rogers in the hospital. I don't know why people would think that necessarily would share about that. I do though he's a he's an American institution. Kenny rogers. He's in a Georgia being treated for dehydration. They say he's eighty years old, which I didn't realize, anyway, that's that anyway. Other tweets are welcome your, your suggestions. Thoughts responses at Mark t live. And of course, we're four one five eighty eighty eight ten here was judge Napolitano on the Muller statement, as he was speaking on Fox News before you launch into this, that Stuart Varney you Brett Stuart Varney makes everything sound so Kasey that judge before you launch into this Lizzy, which you again, read. That's what to me. I think you'll agree. This is to me. The key sentence read, if we had confidence the president did not commit a crime, it would have said, so that is in the mother report that we, if we had confidence the president did not commit a crime. We would have could. I cannot agree with Lizzie any more than I do that opens the door for the Democrats to pounce effectively. What Bob Muller said is we had evidence that he committed a crime, but we couldn't charge him because he's the president of the United States. This is even stronger than the language in his report. This is also a parting shot at his soon to be former boss, the attorney general because this statement is a hundred and eighty degrees from the four-page statement that Bill bar issued at the time he I saw the reported that bad. I think so, I think basically saying the president can't be indicted, otherwise, we would have been dated, and we're not going to charge him with a crime, because there's no forum for him to refute the charges, but we could not say that he didn't commit a crime fill in the blank, because we believe he did this is about the obstruction as pretty huge and you can hear them. We'll wait a minute. Judges is. And they of course are approaching it from a partisan standpoint. I don't blame them for that. But they this is about the obstructive just. Side. I also think that there is for the Democrats on the conspiracy side, he didn't say there was no conspiracy. He just said, we were not able to establish beyond a reasonable doubt. There's some evidence of it one hundred twenty seven communications between rushing agents and Trump campaign officials from November of from July of fifteen November of sixteen but not enough for us to make a criminal case out of it. I think this is hurtful to the president hurtful to Bill bar fodder for the Democrats. There you go. I mean it really I thought was a it was a stinging indictment from judge Napolitano on FOX, where you don't get a lot of stinging indictments. So that's why it jumped out of magic wanted to to share it with you. When we come back, there is what looks to be an intriguing and riveting program on tonight on twenty twenty and it involves murder and a missing couple. And it anyway Jim Allah is at the center of it all, he's the cars, bonded. And he will join us next. Mark thompson. K G, O ten Mark Thompson. I'm K G. O eight ten. News. Updates Sunday morning, ten thirty at K G O eight ten. I'm Brett burkhart, California.

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"stuart varney" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"stuart varney" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Them. Thanks so much. When we come back, Stuart Varney puts us on a samba cats FBI, Brian Kilmeade chip. It's news time on the new one o one five FM, seven twenty K D, wwl. Good morning, John Shaffer, four members of Las Vegas company of the Nevada national guard were injured during a training accident in Louisiana Wednesday. Another person was killed in that accident. But that person was not from Nevada the injuries occurred when a military vehicle rollover around three Wednesday morning at the joint readiness training center in fort Polk, Louisiana. President Trump's new immigration plan would dramatically alter who gets green cards. It would shift to favoring imigrants with high level skills to grease and job offers instead of those with family already in the US officials say now get roughly two thirds of all green cards, just twelve percent had been awarded based on merit the plan would also end the diversity visa lottery, which offers green cards to people from countries. With historically low rates of immigration to the US the proposal will focus. Also on beefing up border security officials have revealed few details. It does not address what to do about illegal immigrants already in the US seen looting, the so-called dreamers. A democratic priority saga megani? Washington Iran's ambassador to the United States says the Islamic Republic is not interested in escalating regional tensions, but has the right to defend ourselves Majid's talked eat revanche made the comments in an interview Thursday on NPR's morning edition revanche. She said, we are not interested in the esscalation of tensions in our region.

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"stuart varney" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"stuart varney" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Two amongst many others on different stations. Stewart needs to start listening to my show. He owns AT and T this morning for the dividend. I'll many times Bill under som said that's not a good reason to own stock because when a company pays a dividend yield of six point one percent. Why do you think they pay a yield of six point one percent because they're not growing anymore at all? Now look at the paltry returns. Okay. Over the last five years if you've just owned eighty empty and collected those dividends. All right. Over the last five years AT and T has delivered a total Richter of three point three percent per year. The market is nine point three. So here's the problem. You got your dividend. But you lost value in your principle. The stock has gone down and over the last three years all you dividend hogs you've been clobbered in the stock over the last three years AT and T symbol t has gone down. Now, this is counting the dividend. That's what the app does you? See these returns are adjusted for dividend. Total return over the last three years T has gone down by one point four percent per year while the market's gone up by eleven point eight so yes, you've got your dividend. But you've lost a big chunk of principle. And you're. Total return over the last three years is negative. Right. And yet Stuart Varney is a financial commentator UC..

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"stuart varney" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"stuart varney" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Now. Someone. Oh, what did he say here? Oh, Stuart Varney. Stuart Varney had a great response to this just because teens are idealistic doesn't mean they should dictate policy isn't that the truth though. But think about that this is not the first time. This has come up. This has come up in Washington. This has come up in Seattle. People are approaching this with a straight face. And this has been happening for years. And I'll tell you what's been happening for years. People are waking up once they get into the real world. The leftist ideology, and how it doesn't always work. So you see the surveys of generation Z, and whatever the generations are the millennials, and you see them saints socialists would be great. I think that the government should pay for everything not realizing that the government is us. So every time your friend says dude, I just got a free check from the government. Now, you didn't I paid for part of it? So we have these we have one party that says. In the case of on the right? The conservatives, let's educate people. Let's explain to people how things work both sides once they get out into the real world, and they get a taste of capitalism. Free-marketism the greatness of America, the power of the constitution, they'll make up their own mind, and they'll vote for people that echo those sentiments and then on the left, and we're running out of grownups. What about what about sixteen year olds? I like it there still sophomores juniors in high school. That's perfect. That would be perfect. That means they believe that Trump is a racist and global warming is manmade. And yes. Think about it. Why on earth? Would you want a teenager? In high school voting on anything. Any policy to do with people that are paying taxes? How does that even how does that even work? How does it even work? Well, grownups are trying to get it done. This is all part of the panic the panic being as more people. In the democrat party on the left reveal their.

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"stuart varney" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"stuart varney" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"We start my day with Joe Kelly on news ninety six point five. I love that. Actor Gary Sinise is going to be on with Brian Kilmeade a little bit later this morning. So is in west and Greg Jarrett, and then he does that Stuart Varney simulcast, which I think I think even Brian Kilmeade is startled as to how exactly they pull that off. But he does a simulcast with with Varney on the FOX business channel Stuart Varney, which I think is really cool. That'd be coming up. Just after nine o'clock this morning here on news ninety six point five WDBO. I'm Marsha Taylor. And his Texas rally last night, President Trump's slamming Democrats as he is reelection two thousand twenty to pave the way for socialism Democrats are calling for massive tax hikes and the. Complete elimination of private healthcare. Many of us have private healthcare. Trump also accusing Dem's of seeking to execute babies with late term abortions any says, the Democratic Party has never been more outside the mainstream of the country. Jamie to free two point. Oh is Wayne any says the president arrived back at the White House at two AM from El Paso, and so far still not a direct comment from him about the tentative deal reached last night. And President Trump says his tariffs were designed to level the playing field for American manufacturers. Now, there are some examples of where the tariffs may be helping US steel is preparing to open a plant that it had put on hold the Pittsburgh based company says it will resume construction on an idol manufacturing facility near Birmingham, Alabama. And it says President Trump's trade policies in April the company to do so administrations tariffs have raised prices on imported steel and aluminum, which before had sometimes been cheaper than materials made here in the US. That's reporter. Daria Albinger, fifty six now on Orlando's. Morning news, Joe. Our next front.

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"stuart varney" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

03:17 min | 3 years ago

"stuart varney" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"You're here. Ladies and gentlemen. Happy that you're listening. It's January ninth two thousand nineteen. I'm still getting it, right? Normally for a week or so I'll say the year before, but I'm still getting it, right? It is two thousand nineteen. We're here to talk about and ladies and gentlemen, right now, just really wanna talk about markets. We'll do a few other things as we always do every day, but markets are transitioning here, and it's MUI import Tonga, you know, that in last Friday. We were bearish as all hell. And even with. The rally off the lows. Berisha's all health as of last Friday morning. And then something happened. I was on Stuart Varney show on FOX business, and they had a little get together with your own Powell, Ben Bernanke Yellen. A couple of other people. And I was talking and then they went to Jerome Powell talking. And I heard we add a say. And on I to say, you know, I think I have to go off my bearish stance. After being bearish all the way down. And I mentioned that Friday for you guys. And I got tons of emails to answer every one of them, but very simply back in two thousand and twelve we were going to go into a bear market. And then came rumors that Ben Bernanke who already had done quantitative easing one printing of money and that ended markets went down announces quantitative easing number two. Markets rallied. And then added that end markets went down. Came out with something called operation twist, which I still can't tell you what the hell it was. Mortgage drifted. Really didn't get any. So out of nowhere. Rumors came out of QE three. And the rumor was that they were really going to ramp up the printing of money and the thought process was about forty billion a month. A trillion bucks a year approximately. Market stop going down and started rallying. What are you? Now. And I have to tell you at the time. I didn't believe it. I said no way markets gotta shoot the middle finger at this. Moron. Who's gotten everything wrong? We have to remember for Nike got everything wrong. Everything wrong. During oh, seven oh, eight subprime problems with subprime lending. The economy was strong housing. They basically said him and Paulson that housing never goes down and not to worry. There's no way I believe markets would get going..

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"stuart varney" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

03:17 min | 3 years ago

"stuart varney" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Here. Ladies and gentlemen. Happy that you are listening. It's January ninth two thousand nineteen. I'm still getting it, right? Normally for a week or so I'll say the year before, but I'm still getting it, right? It is two thousand nineteen and we're here to talk about and ladies and gentlemen, right now, just really wanna talk about markets will do a few other things as we always do every day, but markets are transitioning here, and it's MUI import Tonga, you know, that into last Friday. We were bearish as all hell. And even with. The rally off the lows. Berisha's all health as of last Friday morning. And then something happened. I was on Stuart Varney show on FOX business, and they had a little get together with your own Powell, Ben Bernanke Yellen. Couple of other people. And I was talking and then they went to Jerome Powell talking. Am I heard we attache? And on area to say, you know, I think I have to go off my bearish stance. After being bearish all the way down. And I mentioned that Friday for you guys. And I got tons of emails to answer every one of them, but very simply back in two thousand twelve we were going to go into a bear market. And then came rumors that Ben Bernanke who already done quantitative easing one printing of money and that ended markets went down announces quantitative easing number two. Markets rallied. And then added that end markets went down. Came out with something called operation twist, which I still can't tell you what the hell it was. Mortgage drifted. Really didn't get any from it. So out of nowhere. Rumors came out of QE three. And the rumor was that they were really going to ramp up the printing of money and the thought process was about forty billion a month. Half a trillion bucks a year approximately. Market stopped going down and started rallying. What do you know? And I have to tell you at the time. I didn't believe it. I know way markets gotta shoot the middle finger at this. Moron. Who's gotten everything we have to remember Bernanke got everything wrong? Everything wrong. During oh, seven oh, eight subprime. There's no problems with subprime lending. The economy was strong housing. They basically said him and Paulson that housing never goes down and not to worry. There's no way I believe markets would get going..

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"stuart varney" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

03:16 min | 3 years ago

"stuart varney" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"With us today. You are here. Ladies and gentlemen, happy that you're listening. It's January ninth two thousand nineteen. I'm still getting it, right? Normally for a week or so I'll say the year before, but I'm still getting it, right? It is two thousand nineteen. We're here to talk about and ladies and gentlemen, right now, just really wanna talk about markets will do a few other things as we always do every day, but markets are transitioning here, and it's important that you know, that into last Friday. We were bearish as all hell. And even with. The rally off the lows, we Berisha's all health as of last Friday morning. And then something happened. I was on Stuart Varney show on FOX business, and they had a little get together with your own Powell, Ben Bernanke Yellen. A couple of other people. And I was talking and then they went to Jerome Powell talking. And I heard we add a say. And on air to say, you know, I think I have to go off my bearish stance. After being bearish all the way down. And I mentioned that Friday for you guys. And I got tons of emails to answer every one of them, but very simply back in two thousand and twelve we were gonna go into a bear market. And then came rumors that Ben Bernanke who already had done quantitative easing one printing of money and that ended markets went down announces quantitative easing number two. Markets rallied, and then added that ended markets went down. Came out with something called operation twist, which I still can't tell you what the hell it was. Mortgage drifted. Really didn't get any from it. So out of nowhere. Rumors came out of QE three. And the rumor was that they were really going to ramp up the printing of money. And the thought process was about forty billion a month. Half a trillion bucks a year approximately. Market stopped going down and started rallying. What do you now? And I have to tell you at the time. I didn't believe it. I set the missile no way markets. Gotta shoot the middle finger at this. Moron. Who's gotten everything wrong? We have to remember for Nike got everything wrong. Everything wrong. During oh, seven oh, eight subprime. There's no problems with subprime lending. The economy was strong housing. They basically said him and Paulson that housing never goes down and not to worry. There's.

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