>> breaking news this morning. can u.s. stocks do it again. get ready a full week of earnings. head of opening bell. you can see on the screen a flat start to our monday. 1 point, nasdaq, it's flat right now. good morning, everyone, i'm kristin cheryl casone. >> nicole: a meeting and we will have the details.
>> emc may look for other bidders. we'll have the latest for you there. >> nicole: investors get raidy for flood of earnings, city morgan, will have stage. >> victory over the 49ers and dodgers get two-day suspension for breaking mets short-stop tejada's leg. welcome to fbn:am, first look at what's moving in today's market and what to expect for your day ahead. >> nicole: we have to get caught up, asia following the best week on wall street for the week. 3.2. hang seng 1.2%. >> japan's market is close today.
a mix, cac 18 down and dax up about 47%. >> nicole: s&p down 1. >> big commodities. oil and gold, oil still above 50 bucks and gold 11.64. >> nicole: let's check how the dollar is trading, dollar weaker this morning as the euro, pound, canadian dollar and japan -- japanese yen stronger this morning. interview on 60 minutes over russia aggression on syria. >> mr. putin seems to be challenging that leadership, in what way?
>> let's think about -- he's moved troops. he's challenging your leadership. >> steve, i have to tell you, if you think that running your economy into the ground and having to send troops in in order to prop up, your only ally is leadership, then we have a different definition of leadership. >> nicole: meanwhile former secretary hillary clinton using prior e-mail was mistake but did not endanger national security. >> well, search for next house speaker, wisconsin congressmen paul ryan getting support from republicans and conservatives. the leader of republican hard liners jim jordan, the group
would look favorably on congressmen ryan request he runs. >> he's a goodman, communicator, the marriage the party needs and certainly i'll group would look favorably on him. this is not just about who the next speaker is, it's about what is going to change, the business -- >> so far he has not changed refusal to run for house speaker. >> nicole: new developments in the clinton e-mail scandal. focus of house elect committee from ben -- benghazi. republican talking about that issue. >> i don't know this person.
what i head with the statement from tray and the committee is that it was absolutely false. i believe them, and i don't think it's accurate. >> mrs. clinton is expected to testify. >> according to cbs poll yesterday clinton gets 40% of support and sanders 37%. vice president biden gets 16%. on the republican side donald trump is still leading the race, 27%, ben carson, 21% and ted cruz coming in at 9%. >> nicole: iran saying that testified missile. this complement, it would take
appropriate actions at the un if it violated security resolutions, an iranian has convicted washington postreporter but iran did not report details. jason was accused of spying and spraying prop-propaganda. >> struck a convoy carrying abagatti. meanwhile resident and hospital officials eight senior leaders were killed while meeting in a town in western iraq. >> nicole: merger between dell and emc could be announced today. emc may not stop there.
people familiar with the matter says emc will keep looking for other suiters, it has asked for go-shop provision, that would allow emc to solicit bids from other sources. >> still largest brewers still has more to go, raising about 66 bucks a share but miller wants closer to $69 a share, if there's no deal by wednesday, the deal can fall apart. miller has rejected three offers, the ongoing merger that will not end. >> nicole: still not certain whether the fed will raise interest rates by the end of the year. this month's jobs,montary in
perú. that could change if the global pushes the u.s. economy further off course. >> well, third quarter earning season, we are well under way, banks are set to release quarterly results, jp morgan chase, wells fargo coming in wednesday, city group and earnings forecast for financial companies declined quote substantially in that quarter. a lot of numbers to watch this week. >> nicole: indeed, a huge week for earnings. twitter may announce lay usa this -- layoffs. twitter has been hit from
instagram, and stock has been in steady decline. twitter stock opened at $26 a share, it rose to 69 bucks but the stock has been trading most of the year between 35-$30. >> ouch. coming up the splashy big budget film at the box office. >> sometimes to truly understand how things end you must understand how they end. >> welcome to neverland. >> it cost $150 million to make and brought only 15 million. we are going to tell you who the box office winners were. in sports, dodgers, gets hit for a two-year suspension.
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despite 150 million-dollar budge. warner brothers pictures, there's a stock to watch for you today. the martian keeping top spot. now 108 million. transylvania still doing good this week. one of the most profitable limited launch averages with $521,000. jobs rolled out, expansion, time to award season. we'll see what the óscar have to say about that. >> nicole: turning out to sports, toronto blue jays eliminateed elimination. rangers lead 2-1 and clinch at home today. houston astros are just one win away from american league
championship series. remained undefeated leading the astros to win over kansas city royals yesterday. the astros could wrap it up today. very special fan throughout the first pitch last night as row game. former first lady bárbara bush by her side, the 4 -- 41st president of the united states. >> he's a regular at sporting events. 27 win over san francisco 49est last night. 21 seconds left. new york has won three straight and lead the nfc east. san francisco locked four in a row. major league baseball suspended
for sliding into new york mets tejada. it was ruled and i legal slide. tejada suffered a broken leg. suspended for games three and four. plans to appeal and major league baseball may rule before tonight's game. >> i would like to thank the producers for not putting the cowboys/patriots highlights. market action overnight. all gaining. also what's happening in europe. >> nicole: fo hadden up eight days in a row. dax down half percent. >> cheryl: , columbus day, go-nothing market so far. there are your dow, s&p down 3
and nasdaq by 6. >> nicole: answering questions of hillary clinton's use of e-mail server and syrian rebels. >> if you were concern about the program, why did you go through -- >> nicole: largest merger maybe announced this morning. we may tell you why emc may shop better than dell, you are watching fbn:am, morning markets and breaking news.
if i >> nicole: breaking news this morning, u.s. stocks get ready for a week of earnings and economic news. not too much movement just yet. good morning to you, i'm nicole petallides. >> cheryl: good morning, everyone, i'm cheryl casone. president obama has interview covering vladimir's role in syria and hillary clinton e-mail scandal. >> nicole: largest tech merger in history expected to be announced as soon as this morning but emc may look for other bidders besides dell, we will have the latest there. >> cheryl: earnings from big banks, city group, bank of america are going to take center
stage this week. >> nicole: new york giants pull out a last-second victory over 49ers and dodgers get two-day suspension for breaking tejada's leg. all the sports highlights for you. welcome to tbn a.m., -- fbn:am, first look at today's markets. >> cheryl: asia market up over night. hang seng more than a%, kospi a little flat for you. >> nicole: we have seen a mix. ftse pulling down. dax is doing better and that's one tenth of 1%. >> cheryl: let's take a look at the morning markets.
futures are kind of flat as they go into the holiday. dow down 12 points. nasdaq barely a move to the downside there. >> nicole: let's check oil here. we are seeing oil right now 27 cents. >> cheryl: oil barely above 50 bucks, wow. it looks like everything but the mexican peso is showing strength. president obama clashing with cbs correspondent on 60 minutes over russia aggression in syria. >> mr. putin seems to be challenging the leadership. >> in what way? >> hees moved troops into syria, he's challenging your leadership, mr. president.
>> steve, i have to tell you that if you think that you're running your economy into the ground and having to send troops in in order to prop up, you're only ally is leadership, then we have a different definition of leadership. >> cheryl: president is saying that the use private e-mail server was a mistake but did not endanger national security. >> nicole: now search for next house speaker. in an interview on fox news sunday leader congressmen jim jordan saying would look favorably on congressmen ryan if he runs. >> paul ryan is a goodman, communicator t kind of messenger
the party needs. it's not about who the next speaker is, it's about what's going to change, the business as usual attitude around there. >> cheryl: new development in the clinton e-mail scandal. new york times reporting focus of house select committee on be benghazi to hillary clinton's use. he was fired in part because he got to probe. >> what i read was a statement and the committee that it was absolutely false, i believe them. and i don't think it's -- it's accurate.
mrs. clinton is scheduled to testify in front of that october in -- committee in october 22nd. >> nicole: emc may not stop there, emc plans to keep looking for other suiters, they say that emc has asked for go-shop provision to be included in the merger agreement. that would allow emc to solicit bids from other parties and pay a discounted break-up fee if there's a deal with another company. >> cheryl: two largest brewers, still far below what miller wants. busch has discussed to raise but miller wants $69 a share. miller has rejected three officers.
>> nicole: weunbelievable video where no one was hurt, thank hafn. a water spat in florida destroying a semitruck. >> cheryl: wow. >> nicole: this is unusual, they usually form on the water and typically stay there but this one was so strong it made itself to land. witnesses could say they could see the driver the entire time holding onto dear life. >> nobody was incredible. good stuff. nobody was hurt. before you head out the door look at the forecast. good morning, maría. >> maria: , hi, good morning, cheryl, hello everybody at home.
today we are going to be tracking in order winds. we have warnings in effect out will. winds gusting over 30 miles per hour over times. a lot associated with low pressure in great lakes today bringing light showers mostly dry, though, just a lack of moisture associated with the system and a lot of that heads into the northeast as we head into tomorrow. just a couple of years, maybe some steady rain here and there, a fast-mover. temperature very warm, 77-degrees in dallas, temperatures will continue to climb, very summer-like in the afternoon hours. in the southwest we have hot temperatures as well, la, phoenix. >> nicole: election maybe more than a year away but the politician and political conversations are in full swing on facebook. we will tell you about the political muscle of social
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>> cheryl: you want to take columbus day on u.s. stock futures. pretty flat monday. it's going to be flat because, look, market is closed and nicole is telling, kind of a quiet morning. >> nicole: how about this one, cheryl. travelers expecting more frustration and delays, southwest airlines to arrive two hours early after technical glitch delays, hundreds of flights across the country. thousands waited for handwritten tickets after failed communication between the airline and passengers and which forms will be expected at the gait, the airline will not say
what caused the problem or when it will be fixed by but they're saying that there's no indication that hackers go inside the ssm, so get there early and try to get boarding passes out early. >> it seems like you guys talking about the 2016 presidential race. facebook releasing data that between january 1st and october october 7th, one billion interactions about the 2016 presidential campaign. this means likes, posts, comments and shares all came to 16 times per day. here is a map of the states with highest interactions, vermont storving grounds to bernie sanders. and new jersey home to the first primary in february. interesting look at people like facebook, they love it, love it. social media. >> nicole: coming up president obama faces off with eteve on 60
minutes answering questions about hillary clinton's use of personal e-mail service and failed program to train and equip syrian rebels. >> if you were skeptical of the program, why did you go through the program? >> well, part of what we have to do steve is try different things. >> nicole: may not be a done deal. we will tell you why emc may shob for a better deal than dell's. commodities ran the show, today dow futures down 6, nasdaq 3 and a half, you are watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪ ♪ ♪
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>> cheryl: breaking news this morning. u.s. stocks get ready for a week full of earnings and a lot of economic news. let's take a look at the futures this morning. kind of a flat opening to columbus holiday. nasdaq flat as well. good morning and i'm cheryl casone, by the way. >> nicole: good morning, covering a broad range of topics including vladimir putin's role in syria and hillary clinton's e-mail scandal. >> cheryl: largest tech merger in history expected to announce this morning but emc may look for other bidders. we will have the latest for you. >> nicole: flood of earnings this week from big banks such as jp morgan, city group, bank of america will take center stage. >> cheryl: in sports new york
giants pull out a last-second victory, two day-suspension for breaking mets shortstop tejada's leg. first look at what's moving in today's market and what to expect for your day ahead. >> nicole: let's get you caught up in the global market. asian market overnight following the best week on wall street. 3.2%. hang seng 1.2% and kospi one tenth percent. >> cheryl: mid-day is kicking out, ftse is kicking down 35 points. cac down by 32 points. >> nicole: s&p gained over 3% and had best week of the year. now two and a quarter points.
nasdaq 6 to the downside. >> cheryl: bellow 50 bucks, barely right now, we are gaining 24 cents. >> nicole: we are seeing weakness for the u.s. dollar, the euro, the yen. exchanging testy words over russia's aggression in syria. >> mr. putin seems to be challenging that leadership. >> in what way? >> he's moved troops into syria. he's challenging your leadership, mr. president. he's challenging your leadership. >> steve, i have to tell you if you think that running your economy into the ground and having to send troops in in order to prop up, your only ally is leadership, then, we've got a different definition of leadership.
>> meanwhile the president saying former secretary of state use of private server was a mistake but did not endanger national security. criticism has been ginned up because of politics. >> cheryl: wisconsin congressmen paul ryan getting support from republicans and conservatives, the group would like favorably on congressmen ryan if he runs. >> paul ryan is a good man and i think our group would like favorably on him, but we are much more concern about reforming the constitution. it's about what is going to change the business as usual attitude out there. >> cheryl: he has not said
refusal to run. >> nicole: focus of the house select committee has shifted from the circumstances of the attack to hillary clinton's use of private e-mail server. he was unlawfully fired. republican congressmen chaffetz is talking about the issue. >> i don't know this person but what i read is that it was absolutely false, i believe them, and i don't think it's -- it's accurate. >> nicole: hillary clinton is scheduled to testify in front of the committee on october 22nd. >> cheryl: a new poll finds that hillary clinton is ahead by bernie sanders by nearly 20 minutes. clinton gets 46% of support
while sanders has the 27%. let's look at the republican side, donald trump still leading the race. trump gets 27% followed by ben carson aat 21% and ted cruz getting 9%. >> nicole: iran claiming that it has test fired a missile. this could implement historic nuclear deal reached with iran and world powers. u.s. said it would take appropriate actions at the un if the test violated security council resolution, a court has convicted a washington post reporter but iran did not discloses details of the verdict, jason was accused of spying and spreading propaganda against iran. >> cheryl: emc may not stop
there. people familiar with the matter says emc plans looking for other suiters, emc asked for a go-shop provision to be included in the merger agreement that would allow to solicit bids and pay discounted break-up fee if there is deal on the table. >> nicole: this month's jobs report had many conservers thinking rates would not go up this year but federal reserve while speaking at international fund meeting in perú this weekend, policymakers are still to raise interest rates this year, but also said that could change if the global economy pushes the u.s. economy further off course. >> cheryl: twitter may announce layoffs this weeks. twitter has
been hit by competitive market from instagram, snapshot, stock has been in steady decline then. 26 bucks this year, rose to $69 but the stock has traded 25-$30 for most of this year, not a surprise. they try to switch it up. >> nicole: they get frustrated. film pan, well, that bombed at the box office, the filmed cost 150 million to make. >> we must first know how it begins. >> welcome to neverland. >> nicole: film cost $150 million, it only brought 15 millions. we will tell you who the winners are next.
i'll be darn. >> nicole: weekend box office numbers are in. warner brothers peter pan disappointing big. the opening to a week 15 and a half million dollars despite massive $150 million budget. the space epic the martian with 37 million, bringing total 108 million and setting records for the month of october. animated hit transylvania in number two spot and was the winner for september. limited release not making top five but nabbing launch averages with all-time, 155,000 jobs nationwide. expansion time to award season, cheryl. >> cheryl: , all right, well,
let's go to sports. eli manning won the game. 21 seconds left, okay, now we are bringing up the cowboys, thanks, guys. dallas cowboys with toney romo were no match for tom brady and patriots. 30-6 victory. yeah. toronto blue jays avoiding elimination thanks to troy tulowiskki in game three of the series. rangers can clinch at home today, maybe. houston astros one win away. leaving astros to a 4-2 win over
kansas city royals yesterday. astros could wrap it up today. major league baseball has suspended los angeles dodgers for fly into new york mets shortstop tejada. it was ruled and illegal slide. >> weunbelievable video where no one was hurt. a water in florida ripping it right open and sending the mail exploding all over the highway, the incredible unusual because they usually form on the water and typically city there, but this one was so strong it made its way to land.
they could see the driver the entire time holding on for dear life. troopers worked to gather all the mail. >> cheryl: did they get all the mail. >> nicole: probably not. >> cheryl: let's take a look at monday forecast with maría molina. good morning, maría. >> maria: good morning, cheryl. windy weather, we are looking e -- elevated fire dangers. there we can see wind gust up to 60 miles per hour. that's very significant. a front also moving east ward, isolated showers across portions of the great lakes, temperature wise very warm across southern plains, 70's, 90's across
texas, temperatures well above average, 94-degrees today in la. >> cheryl: wow, 94 in la. sounds good, i know. we are going to run down global action before we hand it over to mornings with maría. columbus day, you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaks news,no unchanged. ♪cks and ♪ ♪ lighting system in the city. you can have the greatest dreams in the world, but unless you can finance those dreams, it doesn't happen. at the time that the bankruptcy filing was done, the public lighting authority had a hard time of finding a bank. citi did not run away from the table like some other bankers did.
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me this hour dagen mcdowell, mike murphy and jp morgan asset global stategist. perception that russian president vladimir putin is making obama look bad. here is what the president had to say. >> he is challenging your leadership, mr. president. >> i have to tell you that running the economy into the ground and having to send troops in in order to prop up, your only ally is leadership, then we have a different definition of leadership. >> maria: iran decision to test fire new generation missiles over the weekend is threatening implementation of the nuclear pack reached in july. national security resolution reached after the deal was
announced and called on iran to avoid any activity relate today ballistic missile design today deliver nuclear weapons. southwest airlines warning major delays after technology issues, glitch causing massive lines in airport to los angeles to washington, d.c. affecting 450 flights. dell acquiring emc. deal $65 billion. if this deal is struck, it is going to be the largest technology deal on record. emc shares rather nearly 7% this morning. that's going to be one to watch including the sector with speculation that more deals continue. nonetheless, showing plat performance at this hour. weakness of opening after six days of gain in the u.s. mix bag for the most part.