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>> breaking news this morning the nation will pause toremembes it was 14 years ago today, and country's darkest day. we'll run down events marking occasion. food -- good friday morning. i'm nicole petallides. nicole: i'm lauren simonetti. we're seeing dow down. lauren: traders await the next decision on federal reserve. shanghai does have up arrow but
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relatively flat. down arrows for the hank something seng. nicole: a peek at european stocks. ftse, cac, and dax under pressure. cac and dax down 1.2 perms for the dax. so we are under pressure in europe there. lauren: lots of action nicole, in the oil pits. prices moving lower by 2%. opec cut prices to basically the levels you're looking at right now. oil about $45 a barrel. nicole: let's bring on gold. it is out of favor. 1106.60 a troy ounce, down $2.70. lauren: how is the u.s. dollar trading against the major currencies? the yen and euro firming against the u.s. dollar. nicole: bring on the 10-year treasury bond rising a little bit. 2.02% on yield for that. good morning, welcome to "fbn:am," your first look at
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breaking markets and breaking news and what to expect in the day ahead and of course remembering 9/11. breaking news, president will be able to start scaling back u.s. sanctions against iran next week. seven democrats voting to uphold the iran nuclear deal. >> people around the world should know today's outcome wag clear, decisive and final. there is no now doubt whatsoever that congress of the united states will allow this historic agreement to go forward. nicole: disapproval of the resolution falling 2 votes short of 60 needed to derail the deal. house republicans will try to stop the deal in its tracks today but the bill is expected to fail. bill expected to formally adopted is aimed at curbing iran's nuclear program. lauren: opec, turning more pessimistic about the future of oil prices this year. "wall street journal" says members of the cartel believe prices won't go much higher than
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they are right now amid plentiful supply and softening demand from china. one official says opec expects brent crude to trade between 40 to $50 a barrel by end of this year. that is down from 70 to $80 a barrel as previously forecast. nicole: breaking this morning, war of words continues between donald trump and carly fiorina. now the top gop presidential candidate under fire for making disparaging comments about his republican rival in "rolling stone" article earlier this week. we told you about that. trump defending those words "on the record." >> she mentioned something about me. she knocks me and when somebody knocks me like jeb bush or anybody else, i at least decide to the, i think it is appropriate to fight back. but we're talking only about
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persson no. nicole: mean while governor bobby jindal stepped up his attack against trump's candidacy. >> he doesn't have any policy depth. he tells us his stacks plan will be fabulous and health care plan will be great. in reality he doesn't for anything but donald trump. he is not here to make america great. he is here to make donald trump great. nicole: talking tough. trump firing back jindal. he did not make the debate stage and i never met him. i only respond to people reg officering more than 1% in the polls. i never thought he had a chance and i've been proven right. tough talk. lauren: how is this going shape up next week when 11 republican presidential candidates qualified for prime time debate on wednesday. front-runner, donald trump, will be there along with carly fiorina.
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whose weak poll numbers kept her out of the debate last month. former florida governor jeb bush. list of candidates includes texas senator ted cruz as you see there, kentucky senator rand paul, florida senator marco rubio and retired neurosurgeon ben cars son. former arkansas governor mike huckabee and new jersey governor chris christie and ohio governor john kasich round out the pack. cnn will cover the debate, taking place at reagan presidential library in california. five candidates lagging in national polls did not qualify for main event. instead they will be featured in 6:00 p.m. debate. texas's rick perry, governor bobby jindal. senator linz sy gram and former senator rick santorum and former new york governor george pataki. nicole: we'll look forward to the issues and things they will be talking about. vice president joe biden
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expressing doubts about a presidential bid on "the late show" with "the late show with stephen colbert." and it discussed about the importance of religion in his life never saying directly he would not run for president but casting doubts on whether he thought he was ready. >> i don't think any man or woman should run for president unless, number one, they know exactly why they would want to be president. two, they look at folks out there to say, i promise you have my whole heart, my whole soul and my energy and my passion to do this. and, i would be lying, if i said that i knew i was there. nicole: certainly seems like he is trying to contemplate what to do. the vice president says no one has the right to seek the presidency who wouldn't give
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110% of who they are. lauren: and he is right. i agree with that. global markets with hang seng, kospi to the downside. >> there you go. you can see the footsie down half of 1%. cac selling off by .8%. dax almost down 1%, feeling brunt of selling there in germany. nicole: look at u.s. stock futures. we're seeing dow down. s&p and nasdaq with down arrows. lauren: great week, nicole. nicole: we managed to squeeze out gains. a manage charged with killing his father over a cut in his allowance, may end up a psychiatric facility. the judge ruled yesterday that 30-year-old tommy gilbert is not mentally fit to stand trial in the shooting death of his trial thomas gilbert, sr. in manhattan. the firm ace website, that
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senior gilbert found wainscott capital partners son. his son allegedly killed him because after cut few hundred bucks in the allowance. not fit to stand trial, lauren. lauren: all righty. it is official, lots of new yorkers are getting pay raise. state will gradually raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour. first time any state set the wage that high. governor andrew cuomo set the pay raise yesterday. this would be 72% boost, forces many people into poverty when only getting 8.75. boosting that to 15. nicole: a big discussion. all businesses have a hard time when wages go up. here is look at headlines in today's edition of "wall street journal" we're talking about the ipo market. that continues without many tech first. technology share of initial public offerings has fallen to a seven-year low, voting poorly for investors who pumped
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billions of dollars into some of these start-ups. we're looking at general electric, nearing decision to relocating headquarters. plans to decide whether to move the headquarters of more than 40 years from connecticut. verizon's g90 video service targets millenials. go90, wasn't into that. not my thing. watch that on the phones and tablets via an app. it is all aimed at of course younger folks. lauren: everything is aimed at younger folks. nicole: i'm looking a the stock charts and the like to bet on that. >> the nation marks the 14th anniversary of the september 11th terrorist attacks. nearly 3,000 men, women and children were killed in those attacks 14 years ago. in new york city the commemoration ceremony will begin at the 9/11 memorial plaza, at 8:30 eastern this morning. it will paws six times. twice to mark when each plane hit the towers. twice to mark the time when each
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tower fell and mark moments of attacks on pentagon and on flight 93. family members of victims will participate in the reading of names in the nation's capitol. president obama and white house staff will also observe a moment of silence this morning. and the pentagon will unfurl a large american flag on the side of the building that was hit in the attack. at 10:03 eastern. the names of the flight 93 passengers and crew will be read in shanksville, pennsylvania. nicole: we will be right back everybody. stay with us.
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>> i'm uncomfortable calling you joe. you're the vice president.
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i want to give your office the respect it deserves. how much is that? [laughter]. nicole: all right. let's get you caught up here. global markets a mixed bag. shanghai composite a little bit after gain. hang seng, nikkei and kospi, being worst of the bunch down 1%. lauren: how did europe open today? look to the downside. ftse, cac and dax all lower. dacs and germany feeling brunt of selling down about 1%. nicole: let's take a look at u.s. stock index futures. we've had a decent week but seeing them to the downside. the dow down 60 points. a loss of half of 1/3 of 1%. s&p down eight. nasdaq down 26. great day for oil yesterday. popping 4%. it is to the downside by 2%. if you saw goldman sachs forecast for u.s. oil prices this year and next, 48.10 this
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year. down to 45 for next year. that $45 down from earlier forecast of 57. imagine that. bigger cut. nicole: going nowhere fast. oil sort of stagnant. a jump yesterday because of gasoline demand. gold, 1106, down 2 1/2 bucks. lauren: let's see how currencies are doing, u.s. dollar how it is faring against other currencies around the world. only currency with weakness is u.k. pound. nicole: this is interesting interview -- i'm sorry. here is the 10-year treasury down 2.2%. lauren: basically flat. nicole: now we're getting on to floyd mayweather, jr. a guest yesterday on "making money with charles payne." it was great interview. charles asked mayweather about sb nation report that he took saline inject unshun of vitamins before the second fight with manny pacquiao. listen to this. >> people have been taking shot at me for many, many years trying to find different things
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to tank my legacy. i'm happy with my legacy. i'm happy with what i done for the sport of boxing. and i still believe in random blood and urine testing. nicole: it was great interview. the united states anti-doping agency, mayweather applied for and was grants exception for the infusion. lauren: all right, in sports, tom brady led the new england patriots over pittsburgh steelers last night. i lost some of it. if brady's "deflategate" suspension was not overturned by a judge he would have not played. he played and through four touchdowns, three of them to ron gronkowski. steelers lost 28-21 in in the fl opener. before the game they unveiled the banner. not without controversy. mike tomlin said steelers
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headsets were picking up patriots audio much of the game. women's semifinals postponed by rain yesterday. they restart this morning. first match begins at 11 eastern time between number two-seed of romania and number 26 flavia pennetta of italy. serena williams faces 43rd ranked roberta vinci. men's semis begin tonight with the top seed novak djokovic. number two-seed roger federer will face number five stan waa ring call. -- wawrinka. nicole: i love it. i went to serena, venus match. i loved that. i will definitely try to get a peek. adidas may be taking a chunk of business from subsidiary reebok. sales were dipping because of
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competition from nike and under armour. a person familiar with the matter says adidas is getting ready to take over right to outfit national hockey league teams from reebok. a spokesman from the nhl said it would be premature to comment. lauren: coming up in emotional and wide-ranging interview with stephen colbert, vice president joe biden expressing doubts about a run for the white house. >> i think you should run for president again and i will be your vice president. lauren: we'll have more from that interview and even opec oil leaders are he lowering their expectations for the price of oil. we'll tell you how low opec thinks crude prices will go. checking u.s. stock futures ahead of opening bell, dow down about 62 points t has been a great week for all three major averages. nasdaq up 2 1/2% for the week. you're watching "fbn:am" this friday morning, your first look at markets and breaking news. we'll be right back. ♪
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lauren: breaking news this morning the nation will pause to remember the horrific events of 9/11. it was 14 years ago and it was the country's darkest day. we will run down events marking the occasion. good friday morning, everybody, i'm lauren simonetti. nicole: good morning. i'm nicole petallides on a somber day. we'll keep you updated on market action. seems like market stablized for now. won't speak too soon. markets are lower before the opening bell. moving to the downside a little
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bit, lauren. lauren: the range yesterday, nicole was pretty tight. that is so rare lately. this is how asian markets closed. shanghai with an up arrow but barely. red arrows in hong kong and japan. in south korea, down 1%. nicole: look at europe under pressure all morning long but off the lows of the day. foot down 1/3 of 1%. lauren: crude prices move lower. $494.85 a barrel after opec cut its price forecast for the year to essentially current levels. nicole: every forecast coming out, nothing like 55 or $60. that's what we're seeing. oil and gold both to the downside. gold down 2.50, at at 1106 for gold. lauren: tough week for gold.
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u.s. dollar against major currencies. waiting for the board, folks. all right. it was up yesterday. up again today. nicole: 10-year basically 2.2% this morning. that is the level that we've been look at this morning. good morning, everybody, on 9/11, welcome to "fbn:am," your very first look at today's markets. latest breaking news and what to expect for the day ahead. lauren: breaking this morning, president obama will be able to start scaling back u.s. sanctions against iran starting next week. senate democrats voting to uphold the iran nuclear deal. >> people around the world, should know today's outcome was clear, decisive an final. no doubt whatsoever that congress of the united states will allow to historic agreement to go forward. >> disapproval resolution for the agreement falling two votes short of 60 needed to derail the deal.
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house republicans will try to stop the deal in its tracks today but bill is expected to fail. the deal which is expected to formally adopted october 19th is aimed to stop iran's nuclear program but a lot people have -- nicole: see what opec is doing, because turning more pessimistic of future of oil price this is year. "wall street journal" says members of the cartel believe prices won't go much higher than they are now amid plentiful supplies. softening demand from china. these are stories that we've been hitting, folks. one official saying opec expects brent crude to trade between 40 and $50 a barrel through end of the year. that is down from opec's earlier projections from 70 to $80 a barrel. brent prices tumbled to $40 a barrel last month. we're showing you west texas which is at 44.88. just to differentiate the two.
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opec officials expect prices to remain weak for about six months. lauren: goldman sachs sees them weak through next year. we'll see. breaking this morning, war of words continues between donald trump and carly fiorina. the top gop presidential candidate under fire for making disparaging comments about his republican rival in that "rolling stone" article. trump defending what he said last night "on the record." >> she mentioned something about me. she knocks me and somebody knocks me like jeb bush or anybody else i at least, i decide i think it is appropriate to fight back. we're talking only about per persona. lauren: governor bobby lindh jail also running for republican nomination, stepping up attack against trump's candidacy. >> he sells us, reality he doesn't stand for anything but donald trump. he is not here to make america great. he is her to make donald trump great.
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lauren: of course trump fires back against jindal telling fox news, this is quote. he did not make the debate stage. therefore i never met him. i only respond to people that register more than 1% in the polls. i never thought he had a chance and i've been proven right, unquote. typical donald. nicole: those are harsh words. 11 republican presidential candidates have qualified for next wednesday's prime time debate. front runner donald trump, he will be there of course along with carly fiorina, who's weak polling numbers kept her out at first prime time debate but she is no now, okay? former florida governor jeb bush also in the list of candidates. includes texas senator ted cruz, kentucky senator rand paul, florida senator marco rubio and of course retired neurosurgeon ben carson. former arkansas governor mike huckabee, new jersey governor chris christie, ohio governor john kasich, those round out the pack. cnn will carry this debate that
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takes place at the reagan presidential library in california. there will also be a prior debate of five lesser scoring contenders but you can watch that as well. so it will be interesting. interesting how they're battling out, exchanging words, tough blows. in the end they will all have to support actually the real nominee and come together in the head. lauren: in my head i'm thinking of tag-team that will shape up together. time nor another market check. we'll start in asia. asian stocks mostly to the downside. hang seng, kospi all down. nicole: on europe we've seen europe under pressure with down arrows. ftse, cac and dax all lower. right now the dacs almost 1% to the downside. ftse down 1/3 of 1%. lauren: i don't want to jinx it, nicole, looks like we might see some stability here in the u.s. look, dow futures only down 50 points. yesterday they were up only 76. so we're not seeing those
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445-point swings we saw just a few days ago. dow futures down 50. s&p futures down 7. nasdaq futures down 24 points. nicole: wait and see mode. lauren: what are you doing this weekend before you head out the door? look at the weekend forecast. we have fox meteorologist maria molina with us. good morning. >> good morning, lauren. hello, everybody at home. we're tracking weather today. we're looking at several areas of active weather one being new england associated with a widespread cold front that brought in rain across gulf coast and east coast throughout the day yesterday. this morning really focused across parts of new england, most of it already exited the coast. farther west we have the next system. bringing in heavy rain across illinois, missouri, parts of arkansas. we could look at localized flash flooding. very heavy rain from some of the storms. that is something to watch. bigger story behind these systems, we're getting reinforcing shots of cooler air. this morning you're already on the chilly side out there across
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parts of the northern plains. 44 degrees for current temperature in rapid city. 50 in minneapolis. cleveland, mid 50s as you head out the door. really feeling like fall across the midwest, great lakes, also up into the northern plains. meanwhile as we head farther west across the interior west coast, that is where you're looking at parts of country, looking at temperatures heating up 10 to 20 degrees above average. you can see, l.a., 91 degrees for their high temperature today. lauren. lauren: we know that what kneels like. thank you so much, maria. nicole: coming up, first look at robert de niro as bernie madoff. uncanny. we'll have that story. toys "r" us releases top toys for the holidays. no surprise of course, "star wars" toys top the list. you might be surprised what old school toys make the list. i want wait for that. checking stock index futures this morning, under some pressure.
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nicole: good morning. let's get you caught up on stock index futures.
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nasdaq down 22. but it has been a winning week on wall street. most of averages up one-half of 1%. we've got your first look at robert de niro as bernie madoff. oscar-winning actor star in hbo new biopic, the wiz ard of lies, filming in new york. image with uncanny likeness. de niro son the right, okay, folks? michelle phieffer as bernie's wife, rude madoff. the movie will delve into madoff's multimillion-dollar ponzi scheme and victims and family. currently in production over at abc is madoff. that is starting richard dreyfuss as bernie and blythe damager as ruth. madoff is currently serving 150-year sentence at a federal prison. lauren: can you believe he was arrests seven years ago? i remember following that story
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so closely. it does feel like. nicole: people lost so much, good people, too. lauren: lauren: here is one fun. toys "r" us is out with the hot toy list for the holidays. what will fly off toy shelves. "star wars" and barbie. r2-d2 droid. we don't have the price. the light sabre costs 50 bucks. they're expected to sell well. barbash by she -- barbie makes a comeback. she was knocked off the top shuffle by the frozen dolls. $45 for all the little girls out there. department and eye on leg goes and "guitar hero" computer games. they are expected to sell well. nicole: my children already asked for their gifts for the holidays. it is only september. want self-riding scooters. stand on it, goes, has lights, could be blue or red. don't buy them all.
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lauren: one on the top, 15 at toys "r" us. santa is i believe able to get them to your sons. nicole: we will see. coming up in emotional and wide-ranging interview with stephen colbert vice president joe biden expressed doubts about a run for the white house. >> i think you should run for president again and i will be your vice president. [laughing] nicole: we'll have more from that interview. sound like fun. will the bears on wall street like this one in the hammock in new hampshire, too cute, i mean, come on. so cute. lauren: i'm jealous. nicole: we'll have all the market action, oops. u.s. stock index futures slightly higher overnight. 46 for the dow, seven for the s&p and. you're watching "fbn:am," first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪
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lauren: breaking news this morning. the nation will pause to remember the horrific events of 9/11. it was 14 years ago today. it was the country's darkest day. we'll talk about the events marking somber occasion. good morning, everybody, i'm lauren simonetti. nicole: i'm nicole petallides. we'll keep you up-to-date on market action. markets have stablized. stock market futures somewhat lower ahead of opening bell. s&p moving to the downside, almost down eight handles. nasdaq down 25. lauren: looks like u.s. futures got their cue from asia because stocks in asia little changed. red arrows for the hang seng, nikkei and kospi. nicole: they're waiting to know what will happen to interest rates next week. everybody is waiting.
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stocks in europe opened to the downside. dax 1% lower. footsie down 1/3 of 1%. lauren and i would saying, good week for the u.s. lauren: oil prices down 2%. $45 is your quote right now. nicole: with all the axe shun in the oil pits we'll turn to gold. this has been out of favor, folks. lauren: here is how the u.s. dollar is trading against some key currencies. see weakness for euro and the pound. can i had thattian dollar, mexican peso and japanese yen with up arrows. nicole: 10-year bond, 2.20% right now. good morning, everybody, it is 9/11. we'll certainly not forget a lot going on today. fbam your first look at the markets and breaking news and what is coming up in the day ahead. lauren: president obama will be
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able to start scaling back u.s. sanctions again iran. senate upholding the iran nuclear deal. >> people around the world should know that today's out come was clear, decisive and final. there is now no doubt whatsoever that congress of the united states will allow this historic agreement to go forward. lauren: the disapproval resolution for the agreement falling two votes short of the 60 needed to derail the deal. house republicans will try to stop the the deal in its track but bill is expected to fail. the agreement due to be formally adopted october 19th is aimed at curbing iran's nuclear program. nicole: let's say oil jumped yesterday 4%. don't get used to it. because of demand for gasoline pause opec is turning more pessimistic about the future of oil price this is year. "wall street journal," i say don't get used to it in case you're betting on oil to the upside. "wall street journal" says members of the cartel believe
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prices won't go much higher than they are right now amid plentiful supplies and demand that is softening in china. one official says opec expects brent crude to trade between 40 and $50 a barrel through the end of this year, down from opec's earlier projections of 70 to $80 a barrel. brent prices tumbled to $42 a barrel last month, lowest since the financial crisis. here is a look at west texas, 44.99. opec officials expect prices to remain weak for next six months. lower oil good for gasoline prices. lauren: we can drive more. war of words continues between donald trump and carly fiorina. the top gop presidential candidate under fire yet again for making disparaging comment about his republican rivals. in "rolling stone" article trump dwindling his words last night "on the record." >> she mentioned something about me. she knocks me. when somebody knocks me like jeb bush orb anybody else i at
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least decide i think it is appropriate to fight back but we're talking only about her persona. lauren: of course he fights back. meanwhile governor bobby jindal also running for republican nomination, stepping up his attack against trump and his candidacy. >> he doesn't have any policy depth. he tells us his tax plan will be fabulous. his health care plan will be great. reality he doesn't stand for anything but donald trump. he is not here to make america great again. he is here to make donald trump great. lauren: trump firing back against jindal telling fox news, here is the quote, he did not make the debate stage and therefore i have never met him. i only respond to people that register more than 1% in the polls. i never thought he had a chance. and i have been proven right, end quote. you're not surprised by that quote. nicole: this is very, big battle and words for words. i'm enjoying it but i look forward to this debate as well because we have 11 republican presidential candidates. lauren: wow.
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nicole: they have qualified for next wednesday's prime time debate. of course the frontrunner donald trump will be there. along with carly fiorina, whose weak polling numbers first kept her out of the prime time debate but she is in. she did so well on the fox debate back, that first group, that 5:00 p.m. group. former florida governor jeb bush. the list of candidates also includes texas senator ted cruz, kentucky senator rand paul, florida senator marco rubio, and retired neurosurgeon benjamin carson. former arkansas above mike huckabee, new jersey governor chris christie, and ohio governor john kasich round out the pack. cnn will carry this debate. it will take place at the reagan presidential library in california. there is also a prior debate of lesser scoring candidates, five candidates that will be in that group as well. lauren: if you were up late last night watching -- maybe i was up late, watching colbert,
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vice president joe biden expressing doubts on presidential bid with the late show with stephen colbert. in an interview became emotional when the vice president discussed recent passing of his son beau biden and importance of religion in his life, biden never saying directly whether he would run for president but certainly casting doubts whether he was ready. >> i don't think any man or woman should run for president unless, number one, they know exactly why they would want to be president and two, they can look at folks out there and say, i promise you you have my whole heart and my whole soul, my energy and my passion to do this and, and, i would be lying if i said that i knew i was there. lauren: his script has been the same. not sure i'm ready. vice president thinks that no
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one has right to seek presidency who wouldn't give 110% of who they are and we can't disagree with that. nicole: we'll see if he steps in finally. lauren: right. well the nation marks the 14th anniversary of the september 11th terrorist attacks today. nearly three thousand men, women and children were killed in those attacks. in new york city the commemoration ceremony begins at 9/11 memorial plaza at 8:30 eastern this morning. it will pause six times, twice to mark when each plane hit the towers. twice to mark the time when each tower fell. and to mark moments of the attacks on the pentagon and on flight 93. family members of the victims will participate in the reading of the names in nation's capitol, president obama and white house staff will also observe a moment of silence this morning. the pentagon will unfurl a large american flag on the side of the building that was hit in the attack at 10:03 eastern. the names of the flight 93
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passengers and crew will be read in shanksville, pennsylvania. nicole: a tough, tough day indeed. good luck getting through tough day. we'll cover it all day on fox business and fox news as well. we'll be covering sports. it was nfl open ir. patriots versus the steelers. that game was not without controversy. can you say headset gate? the. >> we had a lot of problems with the switched headphones a couple times. the communication system wasn't, you know very good. nicole: hmmm. patriots did win. we will have all the details. and bringing on tennis. rain delay of the first women's symphony final match battle between see reason is a williams and mona halip gets underway this morning. they're not versing each other by the way. we're seeing dow, nasdaq and s&p under pressure off earlier lows. dow down 32. s&p down five handles. you're watching "fbn:am," first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪
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lauren: let's get you caught up on market action this friday morning. u.s. stock market futures looking a little better than they were before. s&p off four. nasdaq down 15. nicole: all right, folks, turning to sports, tom brady led the new england patriots over the pittsburgh steelers last night. brady's "deflategate" suspension had not been overturned by a judge he would have sat the game out. he played, threw four touchdowns. three of them to rob gronkowski. steelers were no match for
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brady's arm, lost 28-21 in nfl opener. the before the game patriots unfailed their fourth banner. the game was not without controversy. pittsburgh coach mike tomlin that steelers coach headsets were picking up patriots audio for much of the first half of the game. you need that audio. u.s. open postponed by rain will start this morning. the first half is at 11:00 a.m. eastern time between the number two-seed, halip of romania against number 26 flavia pennetta of italy. serena williams trying to go for the grand slam to beat out steffi graf for the grand sam. she faces 43rd ranked roberta vinci. men's simi begins and novak djokovic against marin chilich
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the defending champion. after that, roger feder faces stan wawrinka. bring on the tennis. lauren: brit i on, everybody. we will be right back.
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♪ >> don't forget of course we are also watching the global markets. foot -- ftse and the cac and dax to the downside. it has been a winning week for asia, europe and u.s. as well right now. the dow down 25. the s&p improving off the lows of the night, four handles to the down side. it is time for maria bartiromo and "mornings with maria." maria: headache, nicole, happy friday to you, thanks so much. hi, everybody, good morning, i'm maria bartiromo. it is friday september 11th. with me "barron's" online editor jack otter, fox business
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network's dagen mcdowell and wpp group ceo, martin sorrell. thanks for being here. first the top stories, the war of words in the gop field. candidates from bobby jindal to ben carson trying to take on frontrunner donald trump. here is what governor jindal told lou dobbs last night. >> conservatives have a important choice to make. do we apply proven conservative principles or do we turn on a man who stand nothing for himself in donald trump. the democrats are gift wrapping this election. they're running worst candidate, running worse campaign ever. let's not blow this. maria: democratic side vice president joe bidenp appearing on "the late show" with stephen colbert last night. an emotional interview. he did not appear to be making a decision to jump into the race. >> you said this weekend you doesn't know if you are emotionally prepared to run for president. >> look, i don't think think any man or woman should run for
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president unless, number one, they know exactly why they would want to be president and two, they can look at the folks out there and say, i promise you, you have my whole heart and my whole soul. my energy, and my passion to do this. maria: can't argue with that. more on that straight ahead. president obama meanwhile scoring a victory on capitol hill. democrats blocking republican effort to derail the iran deal. this means the deal will go through. tom brady shaking off the "deflategate" drama. new england patriots beating pittsburgh steelers 28-21 in nfl opener. brady threw four touchdown pass on the night. >> boo! maria: a lot of reaction there. futures how we're expected to open this morning. fractional losses. the dow jones industrial average opening down about 11 points. s&0

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