A nice welcome back from the long holiday weekend as the markets rebounded following their second-worst weekly performance this year. All the major averages closed comfortably in the green - the Dow skyrocketing 390-points today. The S&P 500 rose 48 points, while the Nasdaq jumped 128-points.
And who showed up in the midst of the market rally in mid-town Manhattan today? The third richest man in the world, Warren Buffett. In a one-on-one interview w/ the Oracle from Omaha just 9 days ahead of the next Fed meeting and I asked him, if he were running the Ded would he tighten interest rates now.
Late in the session the World Bank agreed, warning the Fed should not raise rates during this volatility.
You can catch part two of my interview with Warren Buffett tomorrow during the 3 p.m. EST hour. We'll talk 2016 politics, including the one candidate he absolutely agrees with on a crucial level, but won't vote for!
Also tomorrow, Apple's highly anticipated event in San Francisco. There is speculation we will finally hear about an upgrade to the Apple TV. Plus, the tech giant may also unveil its iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s plus models. Fox Business is live in San Francisco and we'll have every breaking detail all day tomorrow