nicole: breaking news this morning. it is a critical week for the market as investors look ahead to the federal reserve decision on whether to raise interest rates. good morning i am nicole petallides. lauren: anion lauren simonetti. a major move whether to raise rates for the first time since 2006. the outcome too close to call. u.s. stock market futures ahead of the opening bell this monday morning to the upside for the dow for 15 points can s&p up 3.5 and the nasdaq hitting nine points. nicole: asian stocks reporting
weak factory output ahead of this makes that decision. lauren: let's see if we can flip the board to european stocks. to the upside in london, france and germany by two thirds of 1%. nicole: let's check out oil. seventeen cents. 4446. it's been weighing on the market. lauren: gold under pressure. of $3. 1106 a troy ounce. nicole: the dollar story can be telling. pound, canadian dollar, japanese yen all stronger against the u.s. dollar. lauren: prices on the 10 year treasury slightly higher. do you higher. the yields back up to .18%. nicole: welcome to "fbn:am," your first look at the moving markets, latest breaking news and what to expect for the day ahead in the week ahead.
lauren: thanks for joining us. big week. investors will be watching the fed this week. policymakers open a two-day meeting on wednesday that could end with the first interest rate hike since 2006. analysts say the outcome is too close to call because of china's weakening economy and uncertainty about inflation here in the u.s. fed vice chairman stanley fischer recently said he still felt pretty strong case for raising rates this month. economic reports that retail sales, industrial production and consumer price index in the u.s. could affect the fed's position. nicole: i can't wait to see what happens. it's really exciting. it's an important one. a new poll shows senator bernie sanders is leading former secretary of state hillary clinton by wide margins in new hampshire and iowa. new hampshire he is leading mrs. clinton 52% to 30% and iowa
43% to 33%. senator sanders on "meet the press" telling why he is more electable than hillary clinton. >> the american people in my strong view with establishment politics come establishment economics and they want a candidate who is prepared to stand up to the big-money interests, wall street, corporate america could exert so much power over our legislative life in washington. >> québec separatists out and holding a bake rally last night in north carolina. lauren: meanwhile republican presidential front runner donald trump on face the nation talking about by the end carson as his poll numbers continue to rise. >> i make deals that will bring back jobs and i will also bring back both to the country and build up our military so nobody will mess up the senate will
take care of our veterans into things such as that. but that is not a dealmaker at all and i don't think that's his natural ability at all. lauren: trump also said person doesn't have the energy to be president. the retired neurosurgeon responding with this quote. you don't have to be allowed to be energetic. nicole: the. nicole: the review he just gave felt like he was watching the apprentice. raking us this morning, gestures during details the republican presidential candidate scout walkers labor plan. he is set to announce at a town hall meeting yesterday in las vegas and this proposal includes eliminating a national labour relations board can eliminating federal government workers union and nation right to work would have to vote out of it. here's the last one to ban the practice of mandatory union dues for political purposes.
you hear a lot about walker today. lauren: new developments in the clinton e-mail scandal today. the person who managed the private server reportedly indicating tens of thousands of e-mails that she said were deleted can be recovered. experts say unless it has been wiped, e-mails can absolutely be restored and this comes days after clinton did apologize for using a private server rather than the government system. lauren: nicole: congress has little time but it's caught in the crosshairs of government funding for planned parenthood. many republicans demanding to defend planned parenthood is part of a budget bill. gop presidential candidate on fox news sunday weighing in on the issue here >> if you shut the government down come you never get anything signed by the president because he's in total opposition.
you shut it down in overtime open it back up again and you wouldn't have achieved much. their other race for congress to deal with this and they need to be more creative in regard to planned parenthood. nicole: meanwhile, senate majority leader mitch mcconnell saying he would back a plan to fund the government into december with no strings attached. lauren: will start in asia. stocks seem to be mixed. the shanghai sales substantially 2.7%. red arrows for the knee came across the hong kong this morning. nicole: we've seen volatility. in europe right now all of the rows or a earlier highs. a couple hours ago 1% gains. now gains. now you see this gains. nice to decide six and three quarters of a percent. cac up 1% just like dax. lauren: in the u.s. and the dow futures up by 32 points and s&p up four and one quarter and
nasdaq almost all points this morning. nicole: oil is to the downside. 4453 and gold has certainly been out of favor. let's check our goal has been doing. it was 1103 or so. lauren: let's see how the dollar is trading again. it is weak against the u.k. pound, canadian dollar, mexican peso and japanese yen. the euro traded at 113 written out. plus check out the 10 year yield. 2.18%. the watch that closely wondering what the fed will do. nicole: president obama will make it easier for college students to get tax breaks when they apply for financial aid. will announce changes today in des moines, iowa.
he wants colleges to apply for federal financial aid from its earlier than president has said many previous year's tax return without having to wait until tax filing season finishes. it's all about ahead of time. the changes are intended to help her people pay for school. nicole: breaking news this morning. germany setting up temporary checks that the austrian borders. migrants continue to pour into the country. germany has become a preferred destination for many old and others in search of a better life. berlin has become increasingly frustrated after many other countries in the e.u. were reluctant to accept where people. interior ministers are meeting today to discuss ways to deal with this migration crisis. lauren: there's been another tragedy among migrants trying to get to greece and turkey. 34 people, including a number of children died when their boat capsized off a greek island in the agency.
authorities say it is the deadliest accident they've seen since since the refugee crisis began. the wooden boat carried 120 people capsized in very windy conditions. nicole: fires continue to devastate parts of california. fire officials have confirmed one fire death and the fire north of san francisco at about 20 miles north of napa valley you can see the fire blazing. fire officials estimate the fire has destroyed 400 homes, two apartment complexes in 10 businesses in california governor jerry brown has declared a state of the in lake and napa county. lauren: so sad. coming upcoming new miss america is crowned as the petulant marks the return of the 1984 winner vanessa williams ended a three decade old scandal. more on that next. novak you could to win his third grand slam title of the year.
good for you, bringing home the miss america crown to the peach state last night. betty cantrell using her talent navigating past a surprising question of whether she thought patriot tom brady cheated and that deflates gate scandal, asking her about the triumph that night was nearly overshadowed by the return of vanessa williams three decades after resigning her crown because of a new photo scandal. you remember that. williams oversaw the pageant and was served as an apology by pageant executive chairman seth haskell. >> on behalf of today's organization, i want to apologize. and to your mother, ms. helen williams, i want to apologize for anything that was said or done that made you feel any less
the miss america you are. nicole: pretty nice. when a $50,000 scholarship along with the title. vanessa williams looks pretty happy there. and pretty beautiful. lauren: kicking off a solid start this week. if you went to the movies you contributed. the romantic thriller the perfect guy burden and $26.7 million. does this have a 25.6 million. both sails past modest expectation. locking in a solid performance. a lot of females turning out going to see the movies. and third place, the war room, a faith-based movie earned another 7.4 million. this week and traditionally slows us movies prepare for critically acclaimed films vying for oscar gold.
nicole: did you see any of those? lauren: i did not. it looks scary. i do not like scary movies. turning to tennis. novak djokovic champion overcame roger federer. novak djokovic to control and held on for the win. it was his third u.s. open title, the start of the match delayed by more than three hours. there is a full schedule of the nfl yesterday. you are watching the last game of the day between division i, dallas cowboys and the giants. tony romo threw an 11-yard pass. the cowboys beat the giants 27- 26 at the cowboys overcame three teener burrs -- turnovers. the basketball world has lost one of its great yesterday.
moses malone, three-time nba most valuable player died sunday in his sleep in norfolk, virginia. malone was in virginia to appear at a charity golf event and was 16 years old. he led the philadelphia 76ers to the 1983 nba championship team. the club said he will forever be remembered as a genuine icon. malone was inducted into the basketball hall of fame in 2001 and remains the nba's top 10 career scoring and rebounding. one of the greats to be remembered. lauren: rumors of a merger making the rounds this morning. the professional makers battling it out this football season for top dog online said not not making an official bug tracking ceo saying he may be a dream to talking. it takes two to tango.
this is all the boys do. and the latest right now. right now is that the shanghai composite index down 2.7% from the biggest selloff was seen in three weeks on weak numbers out of china again. nikkei, kospi also leather. we'll show you how europe is trading at the moment. ftse is up 50 points doing better than the ca c. and dax. nicole petallides earlier you saw the s&p up a handle, now up nearly five losing some momentum and the dow up 26. rescue operations continue in japan. forcing millions to evacuate their homes. more on the story next. remember, hillary clinton's exchange with fox news reporter last month about wiping her private e-mail server claim. >> i have no idea.
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as investors look ahead to the federal reserve decision on whether to raise interest rates. good morning everyone. five. nicole: good morning. i'm nicole petallides. we are watching america to see whether the fed raises and just rates for the first time since 2006. the outcome is too close to call. we are checking stock market futures ahead of the opening bell. gallup 19, s&p up for handles the nasdaq up a quarter of a percent. lauren: of this we are taking it from a shed. getting mostly lower after china reported weak factory outlet weekend of course i had the big decision from u.s. federal reserve, shanghai composite down 2.7%. hang seng in hong kong up a quarter of a percent. nicole: stocks in europe opened slightly higher. the cac and dax up 131%. ftse up nearly a full percent. nicole petallides let's see how
crude is trading. essentially flat, nicole. nicole: we've watched oil down the last 11 weeks. moving higher overnight. lauren: the u.s. dollar trading against major currencies pairs of weakness for the euro still at 113 versus 1 dollar. nicole: what is the 10 year bond telling you? 2.18%. lauren: welcome to fbn am -- "fbn:am" and what you can expect for your day ahead. nicole: it is all about the fed did investors watching the federal reserve so closely this week. share janet yellen and policy makers opened the two-day meeting that could end with the first interest rate hike since
2006. some analysts say the outcome is too close to call because of china's weakening economy and uncertainty about inflation here in the united states. however, vice chairman stanley fischer recently said he still saw a pretty strong case for raising rates this month. economic reports on sales, industrial production could also weigh in to the fed's decision. growth in the u.s. and the u.k., to, worries about the global growth. lauren: if they decide to hike, how much will they hide? how many hikes this year? nicole: and if they don't hike are they going to be more aggressive in december. we think it's exciting. a new poll shows senator bernie sanders leading former secretary of state hillary clinton by one margin in new hampshire and iowa. in new hampshire he is leading clinton 52% to 30% and in iowa
43% to 33%. senator sanders on "meet the press" telling why he's more like the bold and hillary clinton. >> the american people in my strong view are sick and tired of establishment politics, of establishment economics and they want a candidate who is prepared to stand up to the big-money interests,, wall street, corporate america that takes her so much power over legislative life in washington. lauren: he racked up a weekend campaigns spreading through the south by holding a rally in north carolina last night. nicole: asian stocks ended mostly lower. the shanghai composite index dragged down by weaker than expected report on factory production in china. let's get a closer look at the asian markets with business reporter tracey chang who is live in beijing. tracey is a reporter for chinese state television.
good morning, tracey. reporter: good morning, nicole. asian markets mostly in the red. the nikkei composite down 2.7%. stocks plunging across the board after the data came out this weekend. prices actually buys the trend after facing relief. a detailed guideline. stocks -- nicole: breaking up a little bit as we are trying to talk to tracey. we've seen weakness in china wing on the shanghai composite in particular. right now a look at europe, which has a pair of today watching the ftse peered bracknell getting 49 points. cac and dax losing some momentum now a quarter%. lauren: europe is in the green helping us out a little bit. you do have the s&p up almost four in the nasdaq gaining nine points this early morning
trading. nicole: we watched a flip-flop 10 weeks in a row. right now 4477 cents. lauren: to would've called this morning? i will move on. the big three carmakers expire at midnight and for the first time since seattle built the union has the right to go on strike. autoworkers choosier criticizes a price target for a new four-year deal. the choice as the tradition of the strongest company to extract the best term for its 140,000 members. uaw will later negotiate with general motors and ford. a growing number of bank of america investors calling for broader changes to the companies shareholder vote approaches on whether chairman and ceo brian moynihan should continue to serve in both roles. chairman and ceo with the vote
only one week away. investors call for the longest directors on the board while others would like to see more financial experts on the governance committee and has been a big topic whether or not to separate the chairman and ceo roles. lauren: massive flooding in japan forcing it with 3 million people to evacuate. august 27 injured since floods inundated eastern japan following a topic storm which dumped more than two feet of rain since last monday. in some areas residents report to their rooftops awaiting rescue by military helicopters more than 1800 officials are involved in the ongoing rescue effort. really tragic. lauren: that looks like open water just flowing. nicole: before you head out, a book right outside your door. your monday morning forecast. fox meteorologist maria molina. nicole: i want to talk about
whether across the nation. behind the system it is much cooler out there across parts of the northeast. we see temperatures drop over 10 degrees in the past 24 hours. that is the case as we have further across the southeast feeling a lot more like fall out there. a look at current temperatures. you are the 50s across new england, new york city, cleveland and places like an antenna, raleigh, north carolina. a widespread cool air mass out there. as we have further west, temperatures feel very summerlike and as far north as rapid city and the city of denver with temperatures climbing into the 90s. over to you, nicole. nicole: google is beefing up its car products. i'm off function with the tech giant 50-foot research causes quite a shock for some california residents after making a surprise crash landing. we've got all the details on
lauren: welcome back from everybody. the shanghai down 2.7%. the hang seng up one quarter 1%. weakness in japan and south korea as well. nicole: out there is that the loss of momentum earlier. cac ndx one third of a percent. ftse at that .8%. lauren: in the u.s., we have the dow futures higher by 26 points. s&p up by four and three quarters of the nasdaq gaining 11 points. checking some key commodities. oil higher, gold higher, commodities to the upside. we'll see how long that lasts. lauren: and the dollar trading against key global currencies. the euro down a bit. 113 right now. nicole: let's check out the 10 year treasury generals. 2.18%.
we'll be watching a closer this week as well. google has hired a heavyweight to head its self driving car program. google is bringing inchon crosscheck, the ford and hyundai executives and hiring as they signed google is serious about the project. he comes to google from two car in for he's been april of 24 at the end and before that he was ceo of hyundai motor's paper in hand to help out. lauren: i never thought google wasn't serious about the project. i call them the marshmallow cars the way they look. white with those bug eyes. anyway, a giant balloon crash landing in a quiet neighborhood in southern california. part of the balloon landed on a tree and it turns out it belongs to google because it's part of the company's research and development projects which seeks to expand the reach of the three g internet access to parts of the world that don't have it.
ideally blogs allow people to use google from anywhere in the world trade fortunately, nobody was injured in the neighborhood. pretty impressive video. nicole: "star wars" fans, check this out. is that the coolest line ever? teaming up with disney to unveil the first official "star wars" branded aircraft. the first shot from a boeing 787 through nine are painted blue and white just like r2-d2 begins flight next month. the other specially painted jets will take off in 2016 with images of the movie "star wars" on the planes had rest covered napkins and cups if you don't like "star wars," get a different play. everybody is getting the "star wars" movie december 18th. >> airplane of the movies on the in-flight entertainment system as well.
germany introduces new measures to cope with the influx of my princess the country braces for 800,000 more before the year's end. we have those details straight ahead. check in u.s. stock index futures looking at a slightly higher open if this continues for the next couple hours a dow futures higher by 23 points. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪
nicole: i am lauren simonetti. we are watching the markets that the feds to raise wages for the first time since 2006. analysts say the outcome is too close to call. let's show u.s. stock market futures ahead of the opening of monday morning. s&p up 4.5, nasdaq up almost 11. a lot of volatility waiting. asian stocks traded lower after china reported weak factory output ahead of the decision from the federal reserve shanghai composite index down 2.7%, biggest selloff in three weeks. lauren: we do have out there is across the board here. ftse up 3%, cac up also. nicole: 4461 under pressure over the last week or so. lauren: gold prices trading this
morning a $1107 up almost $4. bring on the currencies because the euro weaker against the u.s. dollar this morning. everything else is stronger. all stronger against the u.s. dollar that could fact during to what people think about the feds. nicole lauren: to yield 2.17%. while gone to "fbn:am" come your first look at today's markets, biggest breaking news and what to expect a day ahead in the busy week ahead. investors will be watching the federal reserve. janet yellen opening the two-day meeting on wednesday that ends with the first interest interese hike in a decade. the outcome is too close to call because china continues to slow and there is a urgency right here in the u.s. about inflation. fed vice chairman stanley fischer recently said he still thought a pretty strong case for
raising rates this month. economic reports on retail sales , industrial production in the consumer price index in the u.s. could absolutely affect the fed's decision. nicole: mohammed al arian basically said what everyone has been thinking the u.s. case domestically they may raise the rates but to look at the global picture he said yellow, signs of caution. lauren: so does the imf and larry summers. nicole: let's turn to politics. a new poll shows bernie sanders leading hillary clinton by wide margins in new hampshire and iowa. in new hampshire he is leaving clinton 52% to 30% and in iowa 43% to 43%. bernie sanders on "meet the press" same way is more electable than hillary clinton.
>> the american people and my stronger you are sick and tired of establishment politics in the establishment economics and they won a candidate prepared to stand up for the big money interests. wall street, corporate america that exert so much power over our legislative life and washing thing. nicole: speaking very frankly while he wraps up a week weekend campaign rally last night in north carolina. lauren: meanwhile, front runner donald trump on face the nation talking about his rival, ben carson, as ben carson's poll numbers continue to go well. >> i will make deals and bring back jobs and also wealth to our country and build up our military so nobody is going to mess with us and then we'll take care of our vets inducing such as that. dan is not a dealmaker at all and i don't think that's his natural ability at all. lauren: trump also said carson
does not have the energy to be president. he retired in a research and responded with this quote, you don't have to be about to be energetic. a lot of people like her in person for his demeanor. nicole: two different temperaments. the company did manage hillary clinton's private server reportedly indicating tens of thousands of e-mails she said were deleted but in fact be recovered according to the "washington post," unless the server has been wiped, those e-mails could be restored and this comes days after clinton apologized for using a private server rather than the government system. is still surrounding her campaign. lauren: and will for a long time. president obama making it easier for students to get tax breaks, all about making college more affordable. he will not change with high school student in des moines, iowa. students will apply for financial aid three months
earlier than they do right now and also submitted previous year tax return without having to wait for the tax tendencies and chewbacca. the changes are intended to help poor people pay for college tuition going nowhere but up. nicole: germany setting up temporary checks at the austrian borders of migrants pour into the country. we have a syntax like this in 20 years. germany has become a preferred destination for many people fleeing civil war and others in search of a better life. what has become increasingly frustrated after companies in the e.u. are reluctant to accept more people. interior ministers to meet today to discuss ways to deal with the crisis which obviously is really bearing down on the e.u. as well. lauren: from one crisis to another. buyers continue to devastate parts of california. officials have confirmed one death in a fire north of san
francisco. the blaze wiped out tom's about 20 miles north of napa valley. fire officials estimate the fire has destroyed 400 homes, two apartment complexes in 10 businesses. that is from last night. california governor jerry brown has declared a state of emergency in lake in napa county because of these tragic wildfires. nicole: turning onto something else. a big night in tennis as novak djokovic holds off roger federer. sorry mom, she loves him. after a sluggish labor day weekend, two new movies kicked off the fall film season with solid numbers at the box office. all the details ahead on that. checking your u.s. stock index futures. we expect some money trading. dow futures at dow futures are up 17 can s&p up 3.7 m. nasdaq up eight. you are watching "fbn:am" come your first look at money market
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can brady cheated in the deflategate scandal. the traffic that was nearly overshadowed at the return of vanessa williams three decades after resigning her crowd due to a photo scandal. they did see the pageant has had judged this year she was served up an apology by executive chairman dan console. nicole: i really do like miss america. congratulations to ms. georgia. the fall film season kicking off with a solid start. romantics thriller. bringing in $26.7 million. the visit that benighted seals with 25.6 million. both sailing past modest expectations to lock in solid performance thanks to good timing and a solid female
turnout. the faith-based war ridden third place with $7.4 million. overall a strong delivery in the week and traditionally slow as studios prepare for an onslaught recent season of critically acclaimed films vying for the oscar gold. lauren: i've got sports for everybody. the last man standing at the u.s. open, novak djokovic overcame a serious effort is roger federer in the crowd was pulling for roger federer. he held on for the win. it was his third u.s. open title and third major championship understands grand slam win. look at back, arms in the air. seattle seahawks ended their season last night with a crushing defeat in the super bowl. they didn't get any better yesterday. it was france kicked a field goal over time and survived 18.4 quarter rush by the seahawks for the 34 to 31 when paid in
baseball, the new york mets are about as hot as a team can get right now. beating atlanta 76 yesterday. daniel murphy had a three run homer in the ninth inning. scored the tie-breaking run on a throwing error in the 10th with a seventh win in a row for the mods. we'll be right back, everybody. surprise!!!!! we heard you got a job as a developer!
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good morning to you. >> good morning, everybody. i maria bartiromo. within this hour, joe link cap, jack carter barron cap, jack carter barron's magazine and michael or work from jones trading. donald trump gaining ground. bleeding trauma pages three percentage points in a possible matchup in the 2016 race for the white house. another hopeful, scott walker calling for verse actions on the is labor to eliminate units or federal government workers make in all places right to work unless the state says otherwise. the shanghai can posit all overnight. take a look at the largest acclaimed for stocks in the country since last month. as you can see, many investors with the federal reserve two-day meeting and whether we will see higher interest rates.
california governor jerry brown declared a state of tea. a wildfire located 100 miles south of sacramento has forced thousands of people to evacuate their homes and left for firefighters hospitalized. germany checking documents along its border with austria as the company looks to stem the tide of migrants pour it into your eye. he has a warning shot from other european countries has attained to receive from the middle east. novak djokovic took on roger federer and the hostile crowds of new york in one. the 28 rows serbian to win the u.s. open last night. what a match. dallas cowboys will be out four to six weeks after breaking a bone in his foot last night. the dallas cowboy came from behind to beat the new york giants 27 to