Hodges Funds portfolio manager Craig Hodges on why he expects steel stocks to lift after President Trump’s trade disputes end.
32 Advisors CEO Robert Wolf on how Tesla CEO Elon Musk apologized for calling one of the men involved in the Thai cave rescue a “pedo.” Wolf also discussed how Papa John’s Founder John Schnatter resigned after he admitted to using the N-word on a conference call.
VTB Bank Chairman Andrey Kostin discusses how President Trump now accepts US intelligence agencies’ conclusion that Russia interfered during the 2016 presidential election. Kostin also weighed in on the Trump administration’s sanctions against Russian businesses.
FBN’s Kristina Partsinevelos discusses President Trump’s meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin and how the president is meeting with Republicans to discuss a new tax reform bill.
Burke Financial Strategies CEO John Burke on the reports that some U.S. companies are shipping goods overseas before they have to start paying tariffs. Burke also discussed how stocks have lagged behind earnings.
MealPal Founder Mary Biggins discusses how her company launched in Singapore and why she isn’t concerned about President Trump’s trade disputes.
Andrew Tisch, co-chairman of the Loews Corporation, on how immigration has played a key role in helping American businesses.
Walmart is reportedly considering taking on Netflix and Amazon by launching a streaming video service.
“The Bubba Show” host Todd Horwitz on how Amazon’s website crashed during its 2018 Prime Day and what stocks investors should add to their portfolios.
Amazon’s website was hit with a glitch during the e-commerce giant's 2018 Prime Day. FOX Business’ Hillary Vaughn reports on how retailers are trying to beat Amazon on its big day.