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>> breaking news this morning. volatility hits japanese traders after an 8% fall back over 2%. good morning, everybody. i am nicole petallides. pullback not having much of an impact so far in u.s. stocks after dropping about 240 points yesterday. dow futures have been pointing to a much higher open earlier. udc games is not as strong. the dow 42 points, the nasdaq up 12 and the s&p up five.
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nicole: this thing had a composite, nikkei down 2% h., kospi up 1.5%. lauren: in europe, major stock market between a hassle 1% and three quarters of 1% in germany, france and london. you do see follow-through from asia impacting your. nicole: let's look at oil. crude oil prices holding steady about 75 cents. $44.89 a barrel. nicole: gold is moving up and still lives. is the first game in six days about $1106 an ounce. nicole: in six days. a mixed bag for currency at the moment. the year the japanese yen weaker against the u.s. dollar this morning. lauren: outside basis points to
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.2% of the yield you look at. welcome to "fbn:am" come your first look at what is living in today's markets, the latest breaking news in the can expect that they had. nicole: take a look at this video coming in. it is not a boat. that is a house being swept away. floodwaters pouring through the city of joe's sold in japan. this comes as have repaid rain comes for a second day. one person missing after a lamp type. 100,000 people have been evacuated from this area which is devastating as you see the flooding occurring. lauren: on the campaign trail, donald trump under fire again after insulting the physical appearance of fellow gop presidential candidate carly
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fiorina. trump said quote look at that face. would anyone vote for that? would you vote for that as our next president. she's a woman. she's a woman so i'm not supposed to say that he is, really folks, come on. are we serious? carly fiorina responding last night. >> those comments be for themselves and the many, many thousands of voters helping me climb in the polls. maybe, just maybe in getting under skin a little bit because i am climbing in the polls. lauren: very gracious. poll results have improved substantially since her strong performance in last month day for the second-tier candidate. nicole: trying to stick to the issues. the iran nuclear deal but then had to they faced almost certain defeat. donald trump and type crews
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holding a rally yesterday in truck coming down hard on the obama administration for what he says is the most incompetently negotiated transaction he has ever seen. >> we are led a very, very people. very, very stupid people. we cannot let it continue. lauren: he talks very frankly they are. hillary clinton freezing the deal at the brookings institution. >> curious how i see it. either we move forward on the path of diplomacy and seized his chance to block iran's path to a nuclear weapon or return down a more dangerous path leading to a far less certain and riskier future.
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nicole: clinton added while the agreement is not perfect it blocks every pathway for iran to actually get a bomb. lauren: and there is still no clear indication whether the fed plans to raise interest rates at its meeting next week. john nelson roth writing in "the wall street journal" and appears policymakers are certain themselves when to raise interest rates. the next meeting wednesday and thursday. they thought this month by recent remarks by fomc member show some disagreement. nicole: i can't even breathe waiting for the fed. what will they do? the debate goes on in '-begin-single-quote spirit it just shows the disagreement about whether they should raise. >> at night not make much of a difference. everyone trying to figure out what they will do.
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and asia down arrows for hong kong and japan down 2.5%. nicole: we still have junk rating this morning. pressure in europe at the cac down half of a percent. dax down 47. lauren: how were we shaping in the u.s.? dataset 57 points in the s&p and nasdaq about a third of 1% higher as well. nicole: here is a look right now. [applause] >> we believe it is the future of television. train for television. train for 10 cooks seeking to thousand of analysts and journalists in san francisco. okay showing off the latest product from apple. also a bigger odds ipad and a new iphone.
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investors aren't as impressed as the crowd listening to mr. cook. you can see apple shares fell about 2% yesterday, the slightly higher in the premarket now with a little over 110. nicole: yesterday was a tough day on wall street. 445-point swing, so apple went down. lauren: they usually go down as they announce products. just not typically as much. nicole: let's move on to something delicious. krispy kreme donut not as popular these days. shares the company plunging 19% in extended trading after it lowered guidance for the current year partly due to weaker than expected demand. krispy kreme reported weaker than expected results for its latest quarter in revenue missing the estimate for the first recorder. the stock, dear they are. down more than 10% so far this
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year doing a lot of expansion abroad. nicole: i might've had one yesterday. maybe two. the mobile payments company next quarter according to people familiar with the matter was interim traders ceo jack dorsey for the full-time ceo position. detroit airport has said it wants a ceo that does not have a job elsewhere. they have told investors and he will remain head of the company. nicole: bill act when talking politics in a risk and reward exclusive. the hedge fund managers seem the most appealing candidates are those furthest removed from politics. >> i would rather support a successful business person and i'm not pitching for trump at this point. i am a huge believer though that a country probably should be run
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by a person who has run a major business over time and done it successfully because the country is effectively a business. nicole: great interview with her on teacher goldman. say anything is possible. lauren: some of america's biggest entrepreneurs have more than comments. they are in a list for lone wolf attacks. the terrorist group targeting warren buffett, those days, bloomberg among others in the latest copy of inspired magazine since the eve of 9/11. former federal reserve chairman ben bernanke on the list but not his successor which is janet yellen. top u.s. intelligence officials scheduled to testify in a rare open hearing before a house panel. national intelligence director james clapper and cia are charged redmond. a few officials to answer
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questions on china security breach at the out as a personnel management and general intelligence issues. nicole: coming up, are you ready for some football? after a season filled with deflate kate, new england patriots are ready to get down to business. >> i'm not going to comment on anything that doesn't involve the game coming up, which is huge. lauren: bring it on. the nfl team kicking off against the pittsburgh steelers. roger shudder at the age of 34 headed to another u.s. open semi final match after an impressive when last night. prichard ends up, celebrate. u.s. stock index futures up 50 points but still looking to the upside. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. stay with us. i say we go all in
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nicole: let's get you caught up on the global markets. you can see the shanghai composite down 1.4%, hang seng, nikkei lower while the kospi of 1.5%. lauren: red arrows showing up at the ftse in london, dax and germany all down between 0.3 and 0.75% this morning. nicole: how reelecting the roller coaster? let's see what u.s. stock index futures are doing now. s&p ups. s&p up seven handles on the nasdaq 14. lauren: oil finally rising after a big selloff yesterday up almost 1.5%.
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nicole: watching gold of over four bytes today at 1106. lauren: let's see how the dollar is trading. you do see strength for the u.k. pound and the canadian dollar this morning. nicole: interestingly enough, right now the 10 year yield, 2.21%. there is speculation that what happened to the money yesterday is that by now. did it go when, to? retired pro tennis player james blake wants an apology from the n.y.p.d. blake was in new york state at the grand hyatt hotel when he made corporate appearances during the u.s. open. blake says he was pushed to the ground outside the hotel by a police officer and then handcuffed by several officers. apparently they mistook him for a suspect in a fraudulent recurrent operation. police said the officer who pushed blake to the ground is expected to be placed on modified duty while an investigation is under way.
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lauren: in sports, at the u.s. open, roger federer knows grand slam final. no trouble defeating richard gaspé in the quarterfinals last night. tomorrow, roger federer will face to our rank. in the other semi finals, defending champion marat schill h. she got ties with victoria as a repair. tonight semi finals. tonight serena williams will meet barbara da vinci undefeated and ranks 43rd. in football, the nfl kicks off tonight. what better way than with the
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better team in the off-season. the no longer suspended tom brady will lead the patriots against the pittsburgh steelers before the game to reserve for its super bowl banner. by the way, commissioner roger goodell will not be at the game. nicole: the pitcher is back in action. don't miss this. floyd mayweather junior on making money with charles payne at 6:00 eastern time on the fox business network. looking forward to that. coming up, carly fiorina gracefully responds to donald trump's latest. >> maybe just maybe i'm getting under his skin a little bit. lauren: basically called her ugly in a "rolling stone" profile. in japan the massive floods forcing thousands to leave their homes. we will have the latest on this
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devastating story. u.s. stock features ahead of the opening bell. dow futures up 53 points. you are watching "fbn:am" come your first look at morning markets this thursday morning and breaking news. stay with us. ♪
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nicole: breaking news this morning. japanese stock traders after yesterday's 8% gain starts falling backwards into%. good morning. i am lauren simonetti. nicole: and i am nicole petallides. i'm not much of an impact so far, some of arrows after
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dropping 240 points yesterday. dow futures point to a higher open to the tune of 38 points off their earlier highs. lauren: at that show you where the asian markets ended trading today. down errors in china and hong kong and in japan. kospi and south korea up 1.5%. nicole: despite talk of goodies and for japan and also china, but that didn't help today. ftse on the cac, dax down half a percent each. lauren: after falling sharply yesterday, where do crude oil prices stand? they are up 1% today. lauren:'s gold with the price at 1106 a troy ounce. today over $4. lauren: we will take it. the u.k. pound and the canadian dollar. nicole: speculation china has been selling from the u.s. bond.
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2.21%. welcome to "fbn:am," your first look at what is living in today's markets. the latest breaking news and what to expect a day ahead. we will kick it off at the iran nuclear deal moving ahead in washington as opponents faced almost certain defeat. republican presidential candidate donald trump and ted cruz holding a rally yesterday. donald trump coming down hard on the up on the administration for what he said is the most incompetently negotiated transactions he has ever seen. >> we are led by very, very stupid people. very, very stupid people. we cannot let it continue. nicole: hillary clinton freezing the deal at a speech at the brookings institution. >> curaçao i see it.
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either we move forward on the path of diplomacy and seize the chance to block iran's pad to a nuclear weapon or be turned down a more dangerous path leading to a far lesser to and riskier future. lauren: while it is not perfect it is the way to block the path for your brain to get a bomb. a lot of democrats voting for it. >> let's stick with donald trump because breaking this morning, under fire again after insulting the physical appearance of gop presidential contender carly fiorina. in an interview with "rolling stone" magazine. the faith of our next president. the republican front-runner didn't stop there. images of women and i'm not supposed to say that he really folks, come on, are we serious?
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carly fiorina responded to trump's comments. last night on the kelley filed. >> well, i think does speak for themselves than the many, many thousands of voters out there hoping to climb in the polls. yes they are very serious. maybe i'm getting under his skin a little bit because i am climbing in the polls. lauren: and last months debate the second-tier candidates and we look forward to the next debate. tree into next week we talk about fed meetings. there is still no clear indication what the fed will do. do they plan to raise interest rates next week? john hilsenrath writing in "the wall street journal" and appears that they're not certain themselves whether or not to raise rates in the next meeting is wednesday and thursday. without the fed would be ready to raise rates her recent
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remarks actually shows some disagreement and i have to, morin. first is from the random master same lira followed by matt. on the other side of the coin you have san francisco fed president john williams said he and the economic data has been good enough but headwinds have developed and that is the factor. are they ready to raise. lauren: we don't know when central banks around the world are sort watching. let's get a closer look at the asian market. business reporter tracey changed life in beijing. tracey is a reporter for chinese state television. good morning, tracey. reporter: good morning, ladies. over here in china make a composite is very volatile trading today eventually ending down 1.4%, but of course china's newest producer price index case
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47 months showing some very severe deflationary pressures so that is affecting investors confidence. the hang seng about 2.6% at the biggest losers were today. we are also down about 2.5% after rising 8% yesterday and the japanese yen fell sharply after japanese prime minister said it is a very good opportunity for the japanese central bank to boost the stimulus. and south korea, the cost be the only one bucking the trend ending in the greenwood apple related shares. back to you. lauren: tracey, thank you so much for the roundup. i want you to take a look at this video. not a boat. that is a house being swept away. floodwaters flowing through the
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city of joso. heavy rain house the city for the second straight day. one person missing after a major landslide. about 100,000 people evacuated. the house just rolling away in the water. nicole: that is a scary video and hopefully those numbers don't rise. before you head out the door, we'll bring it right here at home. as a figure forecast this morning we bring in our own fox meteorologist. good morning, maria molina. reporter: good morning, nicole. stretching from the northeastern parts of the southern plains come a very widespread storm system producing areas of rain across these areas as he continues to move eastward. sandstorms today could be looking at heavy downpours producing heavy downpours out here so be careful on the roadways. anywhere from parts of louisiana to maine. i want to take you to the central plains tracking a different storm system and this
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has potential to produce severe weather putting isolated tornadoes. of course that is a concern out here for kansas city and wichita. impacting earth in the northeast and south with cooler air filtering in. a current temperature at 58 degrees in chicago only in the 60s this morning in cleveland. starting to feel like fall in the midwest and high temperatures on the cooler side across northern areas. new york city will be a much cooler day with high temperatures forecast in the 70s. nicole: it is about 90 in tampa. lauren: i don't mind the cooler weather here at all. stay with us. stephen colbert hit it out of the park. >> some of you think i will be corrected by a new profound authority. you will never be able to prove it.
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lauren: the nfl kicks off its later season tonight. nobody has more state than the the fantasy football industry, two companies behind fantasy sports haven't made a profit, but they are investor darling. we will have that story for you. stock market futures in the u.s. looking better by 76 points. a 10-point gain for the s&p feature, nasdaq by 24. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets this morning and breaking news. ♪
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nicole: it has been a wild ride. the yukon appear global markets of asia under pressure. shanghai, hang seng, nikkei to the downside. shanghai composite of 1.3%. lauren: read errors in europe and you are looking at them. weakness for the ftse in london, cac in paris and german dax not doing so well, down just about two tenths of 1%. nicole: do a stock market futures looking like this, getting up again. 76 points come s&p up 11 handles, nasdaq half of 1%. >> rick perry might have stopped paying his staff that they can
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raise some funds on rick perry .org or you can buy a hat, stickers, buttons, campaign office furniture a broken coffee makers of gently used smart eyeglasses. nicole: stephen colbert opening to strong reviews and strong numbers as well. delivering 6.6 million pairs of eyes in the premiere episode easily outpacing his late-night rival. jimmy fallon pulling in 2.9 million viewers to the tonight show and also jimmy kimmel live grabbing 1.8 million. colbert's room is getting a boost from the fan base from the colbert report. as well as huge promotional push from cbs. some media buyers expect it to retain its top ratings by when the dust settles. cbs say they are counting on holders proven ability to draw
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and hold on to the younger demographic. lauren: i do want to pour cold water on anything, but when fallon first premiered he got double what colbert got last night. granted he had the olympics to help them out pretty at 11.3 million viewers versus 6.6 million. it's football time. the nfl kicking it off with the steelers in patriots was that are investor's investigations for sports teams. billion-dollar fantasy starter. the no margin for error this season with aggressive growth targets and huge valuations. both of you to turn a profit because they spend so much money on advertising. they need the asked to draw in customers. it is important for startups to show accelerated growth to prove their industries mainstreamed pay ladies out there say goodbye to your husbands right now.
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nicole: i love that appeared with a husband and two sons. everybody is in fantasy, they let the games and i love being a part of it. coming up, carly fiorina gracefully response to donald trump's latest insult. >> maybe, just maybe i could under his skin a little bit because i'm climbing in the polls. nicole: donald trump: carly fiorina ugly. we will tell you about al qaeda's hit list of top business executives. warren buffett, bill gates among the terrorist targets. we will check to the stock index futures with a 445-point win yesterday. gaining some momentum. s&p up to love handles, nasdaq 27-point. you are looking right now and watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news.
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lauren: breaking news this morning. volatility has japanese stocks after yesterday's 8% tops, socks on 2%. good morning, everybody. i am lauren simonetti. nicole: i am nicole petallides. not much impact on u.s. stocks after dropping 240 points yesterday. dow futures pointed to a higher opening gaining momentum getting the euro higher this morning. 89 points for the dow and taught handles for the s&p. lauren: here's a look at where asian markets are trading overnight. mostly red arrows for shanghai, hong kong, each of them down potentially.
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trade to europe with the ftse on top of a percent, cac and dax also lower. lauren: oil prices finally turning in a nice day. crude oil up 1.3%. seventy-three dollars a barrel right now. nicole: a big sell off all across the board. today watching gold up $4.5. lauren: up for the first time in six days. trading against the current phase commit the euro right there on the left and in the japanese yen showing weakness this morning as well. lauren: taking a look at the 10 year bonds basically flat overnight. 2.2%. welcome to "fbn:am," your first look at what is living in today's markets, the latest breaking news and what to expect for the day ahead. lauren: let's kick it off with the iran nuclear deal moving ahead in washington even as
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opponents face almost certain defeat on the issue in congress. republican presidential candidate donald trump, ted cruz holding a rally yesterday in coming down hard for what he says is the most incompetently negotiated transaction he has ever seen. >> we are glad a very, very stupid people. very, very stupid people. we cannot let it continue. lauren: i love this hand motions. very, very stupid people. hillary clinton with a speech. >> here's how i see it. either we move forward on the path of diplomacy and seize the chance to block iran's path to a nuclear weapon are returned on a more dangerous path leading to a far less certain and riskier
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future. lauren: clinton added while the agreement is not perfect to box every pathway for iran to get a phone. lauren: breaking news this morning. donald trump under fire again after consulting the physical appearance of fellow gop presidential candidate, carly fiorina. in an interview with roland magazine, trump said look at that face. would anyone vote for that? can you imagine the face of our next president. the the republican front runner add-in i mean, she's a woman and i'm not supposed to say bad things, but really folks, come on. are we serious? carly fiorina responding to the comments last night on "the kelly file." >> well, i think those comments be for themselves and all the many, many thousands of voters out there helping me climb in the polls. yes, they're very serious. maybe i'm just getting under your skin a little bit.
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>> i'm sure they'll be sticking into the issues. they have to be improved since the strong performance in last month's debate last month's debate for second-tier candidates. lauren: trunk of my diplomacy firm carly fiorina at this point. gradients are. still no clear indication whether the fed plans to raise interest rates next week. john hilsenrath right in "the wall street journal" that there's killed not for themselves certain whether they will hike. the next meeting is wednesday and thursday. recent remarks by fomc member show that there still remains some disagreement and every single market around the world is waiting with bated rat to see one week from today but the fed decides to do. nicole: but economic data seems good enough, the global headwinds are really the big
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story and breaking ui. at the global markets because yesterday we saw the shanghai composite index to the upside. but to what is going on out there for shanghai, hang seng, nikkei to the downside with the composite index 1.4% lower. lauren: that is how asia diminished and how europe is trading right now. the cac of 13 in the dax up nine. nicole: the u.s. stock market futures looking like this cross in the one point mark for dow futures are moving back to the height of the morning. the moment of the. s&p up up three quarters of 1%. looking higher, folks. lauren: some of america's biggest entrepreneurs have one more thing in common. theron al qaeda's list for the wolf attacks. targeting warren buffett, bill gates, michael bloomberg and others as you can see in the
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latest copy of inspired magazine. former federal reserve chairman ben bernanke on the list, but not his successor janet yellen. all of this happening before the 9/11 anniversary. nicole: top u.s. officials testify in a rare open hearings before house panel national intelligence director james clapper along with cia director john brennan and fbi head james called me with just a few officials to answer questions on china. the security breach at the office of personnel management general told and issues cyberthreats always front and center. lauren: these are the latest quarterly numbers from the yoga wear posting a second-quarter profit of 34 cents per share. revenue coming in at $453 million. just topping estimates. wait for the stock reaction.
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coming up, are you ready for some football? after an off-season with the deflategate, new england patriots are ready to get down to business. >> i'm not going to comment on anything that doesn't involve the game coming, which is huge. lauren: new england kicking off the season tonight against the pittsburgh steelers. we will have the latest in sports. massive flooding hits japan forcing thousands to flee their homes. the very latest on the rescue effort there. check in u.s. stock index futures, great opening bell. dow futures higher by 107 points. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and ricky ms. -- breaking news. ♪
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nicole: but do you caught up in global market this morning. in a shack on the stocks ended mixed. really for the south remains over there. you do see a 2.5% loss for the hang seng in the nikkei. nicole: watch in europe off the lows of the morning. look at that. dax in positive territory for the first time this morning. ftse down 18 right now. lauren: u.s. markets coming off their lows. dow futures now up 133 points. 18 points for the s&p, 39 for the nasdaq. nicole: let's turn to spores. roger federer had no trouble beating in the quarterfinals last night.
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semi finals tomorrow, -- the other semi finals tomorrow we have novak djokovic will face defending champion warren jill h. yesterday can impact the tory azarenka. wearing down number five seats, patch at québec also in the semifinals tonight. reagan u.s.a. surrender williams will be referred to as jc who's unseeded and going for the big grand slam. she is ranked 43. nfl kicks off tonight. tom brady will at the patriots against the pittsburgh steelers for the fourth super bowl banner. commissioner roger goodell will not be at the game.
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last night the mets had another comeback win. the third straight day of the mets came from behind for the win. the mets have a seven-game lead with a two run homer as the deciding blow. bernier, go u.s.a. you can see serena now. >> that is our stage manager. you should do that on camera next time for your debut. this is not a boat. what are you -- what you are looking not to say house. poring through joso. heavy rains down the country for the second straight day. of this one person missing after a major landslide. you can see people do not oppose
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to stay out of the water. 100,000 people evacuated thus far. treated to everybody, we want you to stay with us. more coming up. ideas are frightening because they threaten what is known. they are the natural born enemy of the way things are. yes, ideas are scary, and messy and fragile. but under the proper care, they become something beautiful.
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nicole: mixed actors and in asia and europe had right now the doubt just off the height of the morning. dow 152, s&p up nearly 20 handles, nasdaq up 43 after a wild swing yesterday. it is time now for maria bartiromo and warnings that were reappeared over to you. train to thank so much. happy thursday. i maria bartiromo. with me this hour, blackbox clusters. and of course fox business network's dagen mcdowell. top stories on the eve of 9/11 learning al qaeda's newest target, american billionaires with a terrorist organization urging the wolf attacks on
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business leaders and a lesson including bill gates, warren buffet, michael bloomberg, sheldon pilsen and charles and david coke amongst others on the list. the goal is to threaten recovery of the u.s. economy. much more on this story coming up. on the campaign trail, donald trump dealing with another gas this morning. this time unrivaled carly fiorina's appearance. look at that face. would anyone go for that. the response is straight ahead. expected to hire opening this morning. "the wall street journal" john hilsenrath reported officials are not close to making a decision on magistrates next week. we see the market up 150 points. anything can happen in the next several hours. europe with mixed markets there.
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the cac in paris also weaker, dax in germany upper fraction. asia setting the tone overnight but they mixed session after the shanghai composite in china declining 1%. china's premier saying there will not be a hard landing for the country's economy. after a rally in japan complete reversal today. the pullback down 2.5%. asian markets by with the decline of 2.5% in the nikkei, hang seng following suit with 2.5% and singapore down one and one 3%. parts of japan doing with massive flooding and landslides. report saying 20 inches of rain have fallen over a 24 hour period in some hours of japan. call it a rate unprecedented. more than 90,000 people have abandoned homes. as you can see, efforts are on to take people from the roofs of their homes. apple ceo tim

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