>> we are report and can confirm 10 fatalities. deirdre: breaking news this morning. that's right. 10 people are dead including killer. at least seven wounded in campus shooting in oregon. we know the shooter was targeting christians. we have a live report from roseburg, oregon with all the latest details. good friday morning. i'm nicole petallides. david: i'm lauren simonetti.
investors are on hold waiting or latest employment numbers due out this morning. show you u.s. stock market futures ahead of jobs data. dow jones industrial average was up about 30 points. now up 42 points. up arrows for the s&p and nasdaq as well. welcome to "fbn:am," everybody. first look what is moving in today's markets and what you can expect for your friday ahead. lauren: we'll start with tough news this morning. breaking news, a horrific campus shooting in oregon. a gun man opened fire at community college in the town of roseburg, killing 10 people, wounding seven others. suspect identified as 26-year-old chris harper mercer. he died in a shootout with police. witnesses say the gunman demanded victims state their religion to single out the
christians. and president obama speaking at the white house, following this rampage, calling again for changes in the nation's gun laws. >> this is a political choice that we make. to allow this to happen every few months in america. we collectively are answerable to those families. who lose their loved ones. because of our inaction. lauren: horrific. so sad. we will have a live report from roseburg, oregon, in just a few minutes. stay tuned for that. nicole: we have a fox business weather alert. hurricane joaquin pounding the bahamas with torrential rain and powerful winds. national weather center the category 4 storm could grow stronger before moving up the east coast. meteorologist maria molina in the weather center with more. good friday morning to you.
>> good friday morning to you as well. maximum sustained winds right now at 130 miles an hour. joaquin continues to lash the bahamas with torrential rain like you mentioned. we're talking about a more than a foot of rain along the islands. there has been a long period of time they're dealing with i have loo threaten conditions out here, about 24 hours. we're expecting them to continue throughout the morning hours before the storm finally moves away from the bahamas. we hope it ejects out of here. moving to the west at 3 miles per hour. a very slow-mover across the atlantic. our forecast model begins to move the storm away from the bahamas later today and tomorrow morning. we should see conditions improving there. we finally started to see computer models agreeing forecast track for the storm. taking it farther east away from the u.s. as a result of that the national hurricane center
shifted hurricane track farther off towards the east and away from the east coast of the u.s. while that of course is welcome news for anyone that lives across the eastern u.s., we'll still feel impacts with coastal flooding possible. we have warnings and advisories in effect across part of thes the eastern u.s. and mid-atlantic and. potentially flooding in the forecast in the carolinas there. head over to you, lauren. lauren: this is hard storm to predict after superstorm, sandy. people in our area are so nervous. you see them buying stuff from home depot and lowe's. good for companies that are invested in the weather. >> people still working on tear homes bouncing back from hurricane sandy. nyse group which is owned by intercontinental exchange says it expects u.s. exchanges will be open for normal trading on
monday if joaquin makes landfall on east coast. a rare, rare day that the new york stock exchange closes. nyse is ready to invoke disaster recovery procedures if necessary in order to maintain critical functions for trading and operations. closed for a few days for sandy when there was actual flooding. for the most part, almost never closes. there could be a ton of snow and water and everything. nicole: the guys come in ahead of time. traders stay in nearby hotels, open for business on time the following morning. let's get caught up on global market action. we start with asia overnight. here is how stocks closed the session. hang seng up 3%. kospi down half of one 1%. it will be through wednesday. lauren: china making it easier to buy a home, minimum to put down. they're boosting economy. lowering taxes on autos. still trying to inject confidence. look at europe.
cac is up 1.2%. dax and ftse up 1% as well. nicole: here in the u.s. we're a bit on hold waiting for jobs data 8:30 eastern. lauren: checking key commodities here, gold has been crushed five quarters straight, down seven bucks. 1106. oil up 59 cents, 45.33. nicole: u.s. dollar it trading like this against key currencies. weakness in the euro and the yen this morning. >> that's right. .025. we'll watch that as we go into the jobs report and fed day. nicole: yesterday the 10-year almost dipped below two at one point, did you notice that? lauren: flight to safety. back to the breaking news. horrific campus shooting leaving 10 people dead including the gunman. the 26-year-old suspect did single out christians. fox news's william la jeunesse
live in roseburg with us to give the very latest. >> reporter: nicole as you know the students of course came here for a better life yet they did not plan on losing it, yet, yesterday 10:30 in the morning, 26-year-old chris harper mercer walked into a creative writing class in snyder hall here and opened fire. he killed nine students, injured seven. he was also killed. he used multiple weapons. we believe three handguns and one rifle, this student, hannah, heard him from a nearby classroom. >> look on her face was horrifying. i knew something was wrong. he was just, i don't know, it is hard to explain. when she looked at us, we have to get out now. one of my other classmates, everybody out, come on, let's go. we immediately began running.
>> reporter: the campus has 13,000 student, about 3,000 are full time. only one security guard who is not armed with a weapon but a can of mace. the 911 calls came in. deputies responded. unlike columbine, two officers immediately confronted the gunman, shot him dead. the campus was on lockdown. police checked all students for weapons before putting them on bus where they were reunited with family at nearby fairgrounds. douglas county sheriff would describe what happened but would not use mercer's name. >> you will never hear me mention his name. we would encourage media and to avoid using it. we encourage you to not repeat it. we encourage you not to glorify and create sensationalism for him. he in no way deserves this.
>> reporter: now mercer grew up in southern california with his mother. neighbors say he was quiet kid. rode an red bike with camouflage pants, with black boots. he liked target shooting. we don't know why, why did this happen? did he have bad grades? did he not like his professor? was he trying to even a score with a bully in the classroom? we don't know. one witness did say he told victims, students to lie down and state their religion before firing. we understand from relatives one student tried to stop him from getting into an adjacent classroom. >> tried to block the door to keep the gunman from coming in. gets shot three times. hits the floor. looks up at gunman says, it is my son's birthday today. gets shot two more times. >> -- okay. he will have to learn to walk again. he walked away with his life.
that is much more than so many other people did. >> reporter: this is being handled as a mass shooting incident bit coroner, who will identify the victims, letting next of kino before the public find out their names. we also know they have, institute ad search warrant on a home here. we should find out home about mercer and why he did this heinous act. back to you. lauren: william la jeunesse, this is a chilling story. hearing people there talk about it, it is really tough. thanks for all the details. nicole: indeed. meanwhile investors bracing for the most closely watched economics report. that is the jobs report for september. it comes out three hours from now, 8:30 this morning. 203,000 jobs expected to be added to non-farm payrolls. jobless rate expected to hold steady at 5.3%. 183,000 jobs added in august. that was below expectations. whether the number was a
statistical fluke or start of an extended slowdown. maria bartiromo will have special report on jobs in america, 8:00 eastern right here on fox business. you also want to watch maria's show at 7:30, when peter barnes will interview boston fed president eric rosengren. fed chair janet yellen says she plans to start raising interest rates this year. she has two more traditional attempts to do so, this month and december. nicole: plus 200,000 jobs. you want to see wage growth. donald trump spending time with charles payne. pretty cool, right? i like that. asking the republican presidential frontrunner if gop candidate ben carson provided country with much-needed wake-up call? >> i think there is a big wake-up call going on. people are tired of it. they're tired of incompetence. you look isis, how did that happen? so many different things. we never make good trade deals. we lose with every country.
lauren: trump also firing back at mitt romney a day of at 2012 presidential nominee did predict trump would not be republican nominee. trump tweeted that romney choked in 2012. you can watch entire interview with donald trump on "making money with charles payne," 6:00 p.m. eastern time on fox business. nicole: live from new york it is hillary clinton. the democratic presidential hopeful reportedly scheduled to appear on "saturday night live" season premier hosted by miley cyrus this weekend. hillary clinton last appeared on "snl" in '08. has long been parodied on late-night show most recently by kate mckinnon and amy pohler. her personality and authenticity which included appearances on "the tonight show" and ellen and as well as an interview with lena dunham. lauren: funny when they imitate everyone. there are reports that warplanes
believed to be russian conducted third day of raids in syria held by the islamic state. iranian troops are on the ground in syria as part of a major ground offensive in support of president bashar al assad's government. they join russian troops which are conducting bombing attacks on rebels. russia says the airstrike campaign in syria will last some time, three to four months. nicole: let's get breaking news this morning. taliban is claiming responsibility for a u.s. military transport plane crash in an airfield in afghanistan, killing all 11 people on board including six service members. the crash happened shortly after midnight local time at jalalabad airport, 80 miles from capitol city of kabul. the cause of the crash is under official investigation. u.s. military says there are no reports of enemy fire. they will not rule out the possibility of deaths or injuries on the ground. lauren: coming up with you are a
t-mobile customer, listen up. t-mobile becoming latest company with customers exposed to a hack attack. personal information. we have all details. tell you who exactly is at risk. in sports the new york yankees finally clinch the playoff spot. ravens beat the steelers in overtime. all the highlights coming up.ga we'll be right back. business ow. visit legalzoom today for the legal help you need to start and run your business. legalzoom. legal help is here. the internet of things. what we're recommending as your consultants... the new consultants are here. it's not just big data, its bigger data. we're beta testing the new wearable interface... ♪
nicole: it's jobs friday. u.s. stock market futures look like this ahead of big report. s&p up 5, nasdaq up 19. losses for the week, however. the third loss for the s&p on a weekly basis in a row. t-mobile says the records of 15 million customers who applied for credit, they have had their information hacked. t-mobile ceo john legere said the breach affected two years worth of records. it occurred at experian, they process t-mobile's credit am place cast the breach took place two weeks ago and discovered and
secured within two days. lauren: that is really tough. a lot of personal information. social security numbers. not your banking information. nicole: happens for two years. nobody likes that. lauren: what people like, sports. i love sports. i know you do too. in nfl the baltimore ravens won in overtime. justin tucker made a 52-year-old field goal with 5 minutes lift in ots to give the ravens a 23-20 victory. they tied it in regulation after pittsburgh miss ad pair of field goals. michael vick through 250 yards and a td filling in for ben roethlisberger. baltimore took advantage. sometimes what doesn't happen, and here is the news. not a single player was arrested in september for the nfl. "sports illustrated" said first time in more than six years
there has not been a single arrest in the nfl. new york yankees had a lot to celebrate last night. the yankees are back in the post-season after a two-year absence. they clinched a wildcard spot beating boston red sox 4-1. that was the final score. the win was the team's 10,000th regular season victory. c.c. sabathia, won for just the second time since the all-star break. turn to the mets. the mets won their division but are having a hard time securing that home field advantage that everybody loves. philadelphia phillies beat nl east champion mets 3-0, for a three-game sweep. the mets are died with the los angeles dodgers for home field advantage in the division series which begins next friday. los angeles beat san francisco 3-2. they hold the tiebreaker so maybe they can bring it home, some empty stands. coming up latest on mass shooting in oregon.
>> somehow this has become routine. the we've become numb to this. nicole: we now know the gunman was targeting christians. we'll have latest developments from roseburg, oregon. we're watching hurricane war keen, now a category 4 storm. many slamming the bahamas with at least a foot of rain. we'll have latest possible tracks. is joaquin coming your way? we'll let you know. the'd of the owe opening bell the dow is up 48 points. you're watching fbaam. keep it here. -- "fbn:am."
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>> we are reporting and can confirm 10 fatalityies. nicole: breaking news this morning, that's right, 10 people are dead including the killer. at least seven wounded in a campus shooting in ore -- oregon. we now know the shooter was tar getting christians. we have the latest details. i'm lauren simonetti. lauren: i'm nicole petallides. we're tracking hurricane joaquin, a category 4 hurricane hammering the bahamas. we have the latest where it might be heading next. nicole: breaking this morning, russia says the airstrikes in syria could last two to three months. there are new strikes this morning within the last hour. we'll get an update. lauren: in the market investors are on hold waiting for latest employment numbers. those are due out at 8:30. we'll have those.
dow is up 53. s&p up over 6. we're turning to the upside a little bit in the last half hour an hour. welcome to "fbn:am," the latest breaking news. we have lots of it, what is expected for the day ahead. nicole: let's start with breaking news from the horrendous shooting in a campus in oregon. he killed at least nine people and wounded seven others. the suspect is identified as 26-year-old chris harper mercer. he died in a shootout with police. bringing total death number to 10 at this point. witnesses say the gunman demanded that the victims state their religion so he could single out christians. president obama, speaking at white house following the rampage, calling again for changes in the nation's gun laws. >> this is a political choice that we make. to allow this to happen every few months in america.
we collectively are answerable to those families, who lose their loved ones because of our inaction. nicole: strong words. we'll v a live report from roseburg, oregon, in just a few minutes from now. lauren: we're turning to hurricane joaquin pounding the boo hamas with torrential rain, powerful winds. national hurricane center says the category 4 storm could go even stronger possible moving up the east coast. we have maria molina, our meteorologist. she is in the fox business weather center. i know she hasn't been sleeping. she is studying the storm. what is the latest, maria? >> looks like models are coming into bert agreement we're not expecting east coast lan fall. that is welcome news. the storm is lashing the bahamas with torrential rain. there are estimates we could look at as much as 25 inches of rainfall. that is one aspect of the storm.
you have the wind, maximum stained winds at 130 miles per hour. the storm surge, dealing with, life-threatening conditions across the bahamas. it is slow-mover. moving at three miles per hour. they have dealing with the life-threatening conditions many, many hours, 24 hours. the storm begins to pull away throughout the day. it will be lashing throughout the morning hours and early afternoon hours. here is look at computer models. finally they're clustering together of the east coast of the u.s. we have a few outlyer. they are not reliable models. most are keeping storm off the east coast of the u.s. as a result of that the national hurricane center changed the forecast track, keeping it away from the east coast of the u.s. of course very welcome news. however, flooding will still be possible. coastal flooding is a concern. we have advisories and watches in effect out here across the coast of mid-atlantic and northeast. not directly associated with joaquin but because of a lot of tropical moisture in place across southeastern u.s.,
nicole, we have potentially historic event that will occur across the carolinas coming up this weekend with very heavy rain. locally eight to even 12 inches will be possible. we'll keep close watch on that. we have flood watches in effect there. lauren: people should be prepared. get flashlights, sandbags, whatever you need in case it gets bad. maria molina, that was succinct report. we appreciate it. >> thank you. nicole: let's get you caught up on global market action overnight. we'll start in asia. china markets still closed for holiday. nikkei up as well. kospi down half of 1%. lauren: let's turn to europe right now where we see up arrows across the board. up 1.1%. cac is up 5%. so gains in europe. nicole: want to point out s&p is up three stays days in a row.
lauren: putting in perspective. tough third quarter. gold really out of favor. oil up 66 cents. 45.40. investors certainly bracing for most closely watched economic report, jobs report for month of september, 8:30 a.m. eastern time this morning. 203,000 jobs are expected to be added to non-farm payrolls with the unemployment holding steady at 5.1%. 173,000 jobs added in august. that was well below expectations. you definitely don't want a number under 200,000. key question whether that number is affected by statistical fluke? or signaling start of extended slow down. that is what everybody is delving into. and maria bartiromo will have a special report on jobs in america at 8:00 a.m. eastern time right here on the fox business network. also watch maria's show at 7:30 a.m. eastern time.
peter barnes interviews boston fed president eric rosengren. federal reserve chair janet yellen says she plans to raise interest rates this year but this report could be a clincher. >> coming up in the market for a new car? get ready to shell out more money. car prices heading higher. we'll tell you by how much. you know what is hot on on-line dating sites? grammar. an app will rate grammar and spelling of posts that you make on dating sites. checking u.s. stock market futures. do you is up 50 points. nasdaq is up 19. this friday morning you're watching "fbn:am," first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪
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nicole: checking u.s. stock market futures, today is jobs day. see what we're looking at. dow up 41. s&p futures up just over four. lauren: costing you more to buy a car. car sales are up and so are car prices. kelley blue book says new car prices up $660 from last year. average cost for new set of wheels? nearly $34,000. car sales hit annualized rates of more than 18 million units in september. according to auto data. that is the highest rate since
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>> we are reporting and can confirm 10 fatalityies. nicole: breaking news this morning. that's right. 10 people are dead including the killer. at least seven more wounded in this campus shooting in oregon. we now know the shooter was targeting christians. we'll have the latest details. good friday morning. i'm nicole petallides. lauren: it is a tough morning. i'm lauren simonetti. we're tracking hurricane joaquin, now a category 4 hurricane hammering the bahamas. we'll have latest where joaquin might be headed next. nicole: we have more breaking news this morning. russia says its airstrikes in syria could last to four months. there are reports of new strikes just within latest hour. we'll get you a latest update.
lauren: can't forget about this in markets. investors on hold, for the jobs number due out this morning. show you how u.s. futures are shaping up. nasdaq up 15% -- 15 points. welcome to "fbn:am." the latest on the markets and breaking news. what you can expect in the day ahead. we have the latest on the campus shooting where the gunman killed nine people and injured 13 others. >> reporter: lauren this is deadliest mass shooting in oregon history. it shattered calm on campus yesterday 10:30 in the morning. it is a two-year college. about 13,000 full-time students and part-time student as well. 26-year-old gunman chris harper mercer, he was a student here and he basically went into a
creative writing class and began to open fire, shooting professor first. he tolds according to witness, that the students to lie down and stand up if they were christian. if they were, he shot them, saying, something to the effect you're going to see god. 911 calls came in. dep itys responded. they quickly acted going into, confronting gunman and shooting him. campus remained locked down for a short period of time. they patted down students and checking backpacks, anyone related to crime. they were put on buses taken to local fairground where they were reunited with family. the county sheriff here will not use mercer's name, not give him that respect as he talked to reporters yesterday. the gunman grew up in california near los angeles along with his mother there. neighbors say he was quiet kid who liked target shooting. reporters caught up with his father yesterday who said he was shocked as anyone saying he was
cooperating with the fbi and atf, other authorities. this is categorized as mass shooting. coroner will identify victims and release their identity talking to next of kin. this is reigniting debate between mental health and gun control. the president brought that up yesterday. this is a blue state. when it comes to weapons, it is very liberal. that is going to be the debate they will be having. more information should come out today about the gunman and his motives. back to you. nicole: lauren: it was such a peaceful area where that went down. one unarmed security guard at school. police did respond fast. goes to show you think you can trust the community you know. nicole: william la jeunesse, told us he only had mace. this guy had four weapons. a tough battle there. turn it over to something else you're very interested in, that is hurricane joaquin pounding the bahamas right now
with torrential rain, powerful wind. national hurricane center says that the category 4 storm could grow even stronger. meteorologist maria molina is in the fox business weather center. looking at all her models. good morning to you, maria. >> good morning, nicole. looks like the storm started to turn north. moving towards the northwest now, very slowly at three miles per hour. it continues to lash the bahamas early this morning with hurricane conditions and was doing so yesterday morning. so a very long period of time we've been looking hurricane conditions and life threaten conditions across central bahamas, potentially looking 25 inches of rainfall out here, a very dangerous storm surge. maximum sustained winds at 130 miles per hour. those conditions continue throughout the morning hours, potentially through the afternoon hours as well. eventually the storm pulls away from the bahamas as we head into saturday. you can see forecast models finally coming into better agreement, taking storm east of
the u.s. so that has allowed the national hurricane center to also increase confidence that the storm should reserve and way away from the eastern u.s. that said we'll still look at impacts along coastal areas with beach erosion and coastal flooding possible. nicole. nicole: thank you for the indepth report. i like to see how it moves away from land. as maria noted, high winds, flooding, those are things people have to watch. lauren: brings back images of sandy to folks, especially in our area. let's get caught up on global action starting in asia. chinese markets still closed but nice gains for hong kong up 2.3%. kospi down half of 1%. nicole: china closed for the week, doing other measures, lowering minimum to buy a house. lowering taxes when you buy autos and boosting investment into macaw. note that going forward. -- macau.
lauren: u.s. stock market futures also looking a little better. up 54 points as we await the jobs report less than three hours from now. nicole: we wait for these things because we love it. we want to see more jobs added. investors brace for closely watched economic report, jobs report, coming out 8:30 a.m. eastern time this morning. here is what is expected. 203,000 jobs expected to be added to non-farm payrolls, with unemployment rate holding steady, 5.1%. last month, 173,000 jobs added. that is not a good number and came in well below expectations. whether or not the number was affected by statistical fluke or start of a slowdown. maria bartiromo has a special report on jobs, 8:00 a.m. jobs in america. stay tuned for fox business for that. you want to tune into maria's show this morning 7:30 a.m. peter barnes interviews boston
fed president eric rosengren. that will be key. fed chair janet yellen says she plans on raising interest rates this year. lauren: rip the bandaid off already, that is what a lot of people say. donald trump spending time with charles payne last night. asking the gop presidential front-runner if he and ben carson close in the polls, provide the country with much-needed wake-up call. >> i think there is a big wake-up call going on right now. i think people are tired of it. they're tired of incompetence. you look at isis, how did that happen? so many different things. how we never make good trade deals. we lose with every country. lauren: trump firing back at mitt romney a day after the 2012 presidential nominee predicted that trump would not be the republican nominee this time around. trump tweeting that romney choked back in 2012. you can watch the entire interview with donald trump tonight, "making money with charles payne," 6:00 p.m. eastern right here on fox biz. nicole: there are reports today
that warplanes believed to be russian conducted a third day of raids in syria on three towns held by the islamic state. syria says the russian planes have hit 18 targets since yesterday, killing 12 islamic state fighters this comes as lebanese sources say iranian troops are now on the ground in syria as part of a major ground offensive in support of the president, bashar al-assad's government. they join russian troops which are conducting bombing attacks on rebels against the government. russia said today, that the airstrike campaign in syria will last some time, likely three to four months. lauren: there is this breaking news this morning. the taliban claiming responsibility for a u.s. military transport plane crash in an airfield in afghanistan, killing all 11 people on board including six servicemembers. the crash happened shortly after midnight local time at jalalabad airport. that is 80 miles from the capital city of kabul. the cause of the crash under official investigation.
u.s. military saying there have been no reporting of enemy fire. they will not rule out the possibility of deaths or injuries on the ground. coming up, if you're a t-mobile customer, you want to know this. t-mobile becoming the latest company with millions of customers exposed to a hack attack. we have details, tell you who is at risk. in sports the new york yankees finally clinch a playoff spot and ravens beat the steelers in overtime. all those highlights straight ahead. checking u.s. stock index futures'd of opening bell. the dow is up 52 points. you're watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪ welcome to today's working world. companies everywhere are working harder and investing more. but achieving the right outcomes has never been more difficult. xerox engineers a better way for people, process and technology to work together.
>> right now stock index futures looking to the upside on this day. dow futures up 50. s&p up five 1/2. turn to t-mobile saying records of 15 million customers who applied for credit cards, i'm sorry credit there, not credit cards had their information hacked. t-mobile ceo john legere saying the breach affected two years worth of records. it occurred at experian. the vendor that processes t-mobile credit applications. experian's spokeswoman says the breach took place two weeks and was discovered and secured within two days. but we're talking personal information, your social security number. these are types of things you have to circle back on. they did not get banking information. if you're t-mobile customer, check in. lauren: 15 million of them. sports now, everybody. new york yankees back in the post-season after a two-year absence. the yanks clinch ad wildcard
spot beating boston red sox 4-1 last night. the win was the team's 10,000th regular season victory. in the nfl the baltimore ravens won in overtime last night. justin tucker made a 52-year-old field goal with 5:08 left in ot to give the ravens 23-20 victory over the pittsburgh steelers. tucker tied it with three seconds to go in regulation. after pittsburgh missed a pair of field goals. michael vick through for 220 yards and a td in place of injured ben roethlisberger. that is sports. after this we'll be right back. you focus on making great burgers, or building the best houses in town. or becoming the next highly-unlikely
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we're seeing the cac up almost two full percentage points. footsie up 1 1/2%. right here at home, green arrows ahead of the key jobs report. dow up 59. s&p up six 1/2. both down for the week for three major averages. oil higher. gold pulling back. now time for maria bartiromo and "mornings with maria." good friday morning to you, maria. maria: hello nicole. happy friday to you. i'm maria bartiromo. it is friday, october 2nd. with me fox business network's dagen mcdowell, jack otter "barron's" magazine and phil orlando, federated investors. the first september jobs report due out at 8:30 a.m. eastern. you will see it here on the fox business network. here are expectations, expecting job creation of 203,000 for month of september. unemployment rate to remain steady at 5.3%. quality of the jobs will be called into question along with labor partial rate. we'll scrutinize those areas
whether americans giving up for looking for a job. futures indicating a pretty good open. up 61 points on dow jones industrial average. up 20 points on nasdaq. pretty good session in europe. look at your european indices, ftse up 1 1/2%. cac in paris up almost 2%. dax index in germany bouncing as well after really volatile session yesterday. a couple of volatile weeks as well. hurricane joaquin pounding the bahamas. torrential rains and powerful winds there. we're expecting a lot of rain this weekend. national hurricane center says the category 4 storm could get stronger before weakening and moving up towards the east coast. stock exchange will be open for normal trading monday if joaquin makes landfall. it is ready to invoke disaster recovery procedures according to nyse to remain open for critical function and trading operations if necessary. rush shin warplanes conducting third day of bombings
in ire. >> on -- syria on a town held by islamic state. lebanese sources iranian troops are on the ground in support of the syrian government of assad. horrible campus shooting in oregon leaving 10 people dead including the gunman. witnesses say the gunman demanded victims state their religion and he was targeting for christians. president obama calling for changes to the nation's gun laws. >> fair to say anybody who does this has a sickness in their mine. regardless of what they think their motivations may be. maria: dramatics new pictures from mars showing water flows on the planet. nasa releasing pictures on heels of monday's big announcement there is