>> nicole: breaks news this morning, china false. the numbers were better than the economists expected, hard landing for china's economy. u.s. futures look slightly slower. s&p about 1 point. nasdaq, slightly gains. >> cheryl: good morning, i'm cheryl casone. hillary clinton tries to dismiscommittee of benghazi.
we are going to have the latest on that story. >> words with donald trump and jeb rush heats up. 9/11 wouldn't have happened under his watch. >> cheryl: fer -- ferrari hoping to raise a million dollars this week. >> nicole: mets taking a commanding lead over chicago bulls. in football, deflate gait rematch, new england beats indianapolis colts. >> cheryl: breaks news over night and into this morning, there was bad news for china's economy today. fell. the latest figure 6.9% was
slightly ahead but down from 7% of the previous 3 months. china's comoi was -- economy was hit by cooling investment. these numbers will not help chinese leaders trying to assure jittery global markets. >> nicole: invests or -- shanghai to the downside. >> cheryl: china's economic news not hitting asia.
cac about 18 points and dax about 82 so watching for you. >> nicole: dow and s&p pulling down. >> cheryl: we are at 46.79. we are down, gold down about $10 right now. >> nicole: let's check the currencies. jap's yen down this morning. >> cheryl: that is a loss of 1.9 basis point. >> nicole: democratic presidential candidate hillary clinton speaking of benghazi. she is scheduled to testify on thursday. >> i think it's pretty clear that whatever they might have thought they were doing, they ended up being partisan arm of
the republican national committee with unoverwhelming focus of trying to, as they admitted, drive down my poll numbers. >> nicole: the chairman of the committee saying new information shows there was a total disconnect between the security needs in benghazi and clinton state department. >> cheryl: meanwhile on the republican side, donald trump and jeb bush clashing over the 9/11 attacks. tump suggesting he could have prevented terrorists attacks that killed around 3,000 people. >> i believe that if i were downing things, i doubt those people would have been in our country. i'm not blaming george bush but i don't want jeb bush to say, my brother kept us safe.
>> cheryl: jeb bush slamming trumps' remarks. does anybody actually blame my brother for 9/11? i am proud of him. it just calls to question mr. trump's credibility. >> cheryl: so the trump/bush debate started when bush deafened his brother. >> nicole: vice president will make a decision soon, meanwhile david, former top advisor president obama says he has challenges ahead if he gets in the race. >> you have to do certain things to get ready for those. i also think particular within the democratic community there's
-- there's a growing impatience with this period of reflection. >> nicole: vice president received a human rights award over the weekend. but he didn't make any reference to presidential ambition. >> cheryl: house speaker john boehner, former president mitt romney suggests that his esm running mate should not run if he wants to be president. >> there hasn't been a lot of people who has gone as peaker to the white house. he is a man of such talent and integrity and character that he's a real resource to the country. >> congressmen ryan says he is leading and considering a bid for house speaker.
>> nicole: nuclear agreement with iran. the obama administration approved sangs for iran yesterday. they would not effect until cleared nuclear program under the deal. when -- meanwhile concern from opponents about status of nuclear program. the iaea report would have no barring on lifts to sanctions. >> cheryl: secretary john kerry planning to lead with netanyahu. the attacks come as israel further tightness security around the country with the construction of a barrier separating jewish and arab
neighborhoods. backed up by police to try to maintain order. >> nicole: they are using social media to sell the deal. president williams are talking up the contract on facebook. uaw hired a public relations firm. voting on the new contract start tomorrow and wraps up on wednesday. chrysler nearly 2 dozen u.s. factories and facilities. >> cheryl: changes you can't afford a ferrari by maybe can afford ferrari stock. ferrari stock expected to be priced tomorrow at new york stock exchange. nicole will be there for it. selling about 10% of the
ferarri, top out between 48 and $52 a share, at that price the sports car maker will have stack market $9.8 billion. >> nicole: ibm is expected to report earnings after closing bell today, the number are not expected to be good. expect ibm to post earnings down from same quarter last year. earnings per share to come in at $3, excluding one time items. that would be down 10%. that would be the 14th quarter in a row that ibm's revenue has declined from the previous year. >> cheryl: coming up the winners at the weekend box office. >> no. maybe they're friendly.
>> not friendly. >> cheryl: goosebumps, the movie. a chilly night in new york. sources confirm we are fox business. the patriots beat the indianapolis colts, we are going to have the highlights for you. index futures, negative open but barely for the monday morning dow down 22 points and s&p about down and three quarters, we are watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪ ♪ ♪
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do they chain to the death? who is trying to fill a pin from the bank, makes no sense. that's why you have to break up the banks into little pieces and then flush the pieces down the toilet so you can never put the banks back together. you make the bank pay for college for everyone and america is fixed. [applause] [laughter] >> nicole: everything was talking about that, i think we will use larry at our next rally, he does better than i do. >> cheryl: i think he gaves sanders -- giveses sanders some
cred. >> don't open it. [screams] >> jack black, children author bringing, larger than life personality. steven spieled berg tom hanks beating expectations in third place with 15.3 million. >> nicole: turning down to sports. new york mets are in great shape in series, heads to chicago. mets beat chicago and are two
wins away. one home run hit. mets starter had nine strikeouts innings for the win. mets three-run first inning. pretty unbelievable n. the nfl new england failed the colts, but the second half was a different story. patriots rolled to a 24-7 victory. 312 yards and three touchdowns. patriots improved to 5-0. denver broncos are still among the leads undefeated after a 26-23 overtime victory over cleveland browns i didn't do.
34-yard field goal with 4 minutes 33 seconds left. >> cheryl: china was slightly better than comoas economist had expected. take a look at asia, hang seng with a small gain, nikkei, all unchanged or negative right now. >> nicole: ftse with cac and dax, dax up about three quarters of one percent. we are seeing some senior managers leading. >> cheryl: look into a negative open, a little bit of ground. s&p pointing lower by 2 points. here is a look at the head lines
of today's addition of the journal. nearly a third of industries most u.s. companies competed markets that would consider concentrated under federal trust standards, why you may soon may see more goods made in vietnam, clothing and foot ware likely to grow if the u.s. and 11 pacific nations ratify trade deal and eliminate tariffs between the members. swept away from consolidation, rising cost among conduct o make. chip makers swept 11 billion emergers in acquisition. >> nicole: words of 9/111 heats up between donald trump and jeb bush. >> i don't want jeb bush to say my brother kept us say.
>> that just calls to question mr. trump's credibility as a commander in chief. >> nicole: we will have the latest on feud. we will tell you what to expect as the luxury brand prepares for stock market debut. three gains, right now down arrows, s&p also down about 2. you are watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪ ♪ ♪ the only way to get better is to challenge yourself,
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hard lining for china's economy. we are coming back a little bit. dow lower by 30 points and s&p by two and a half. good morning, i'm cheryl casone. >> nicole: good morning, nicole nicole petallides. we will have the latest on that story. >> cheryl: words from donald trump and jeb bush heats up over 9/11. trump says 9/11 wouldn't have happened under his watch. >> nicole: offering the luxury auto maker hoping to raise $10 billion ipo this week. >> cheryl: mets take a commanding lead.
new england patriots beat the indianapolis colts, we are going to have all the highlights for you. breaking news, what, to of course, expect to your day ahead. >> nicole: more bad news for china's economy. below 7%. latest reports, latest figure of 6.9% was slightly ahead of the analysts estimates but down the 7%, the three of the previous three months. china's economy was hurt by cooling investment. pressure on bay jaing to cut interest raises and give the economy a boost. these numbers won't help leaders trying to reassure jittery markets. >> cheryl: slightly better than most economist had expected.
let's start with asia see how markets respond to the hang seng up a fraction, not lower, nikkei, shanghai, nikkei shanghai just a small percentage, so good news. >> nicole: you see the ftse pulling back. the dax the best. china's president heading to the uk as well. >> cheryl: let's see how we are doing. dow and nasdaq about two as well. >> nicole: hillary clinton speaking on hearing on benghazi. former secretary of state is scheduled to testify before the house committee on thursday. >> i think it's pretty clear that whatever they might have thought they were doing they ended up becoming a partisan arm of the republican national
committee with an unoverwhelming focus on trying to, as they admitted, drive down my poll numbers. >> nicole: new information shows there was a total disconnect between the security needs in benghazi and clinton's state department. high school student claims to have hacked the personal e-mail account of cia director brennon, used his personal aol account to stock relations, 47-page application for top security. fbi and other federal agencies are now investigating the hacker. maybe we should look at mr. b
mr. brennon as well. >> nicole: trump on fox news suggesting that he could have prevented the terror attacks that killed about 3,000 people. >> i believe if i were running thing, i doubt those families -- i doubt that those people would have been in the country. there's a good chance that those people would not have been in the country. with that being said, i'm not blaming george bush, but i don't want to say, my brother kept us say. >> does anybody actually blame the attacks on 9/11? it's what he did afterwards. >> nicole: well, this trump/bush started accident during debate.
>> cheryl: still considering whether to enter the 2016 race, one of top aids saying the vice president will make the decision soon. meanwhile david axelrod, mr. bide enhas challenges ahead if he gets into the race. >> the handful of states have filing deadlines in november and you have to do certain things to get ready for those, i think particularly within the democratic community there's a growing impatience. >> cheryl: he didn't make any reference to presidential ambition. >> nicole: there was chaos after shooting left one man dead and five oh people wounded. crowds of festival goers ran screaming through the streets
after shots were fired. four victims were taken to memorial hospital for treatment. >> cheryl: okay, chances are you can't afford a ferrari, but you may be able to afford ferrari stock. ferrari stock excepted on wednesday. i think nicole should drive a ferrari, personally. race, top out between 48 and $58 a share. you could drive the ferrari because i would crash it. >> nicole: no you wouldn't but i am in. let's take a look at your monday morning forecast. we bring fox meteorologist maria molina. >> maria: we are going to be tracking the weather here with a cold weekend, picking up some snow areas t inches of snow, we
are seeing that coming to an end. we are dealing with cold temperatures with temperatures today that will make it in low 50's like new york city and 40's by boston. very brief by tomorrow. you are seeing those temperatures improving out there, almost 70 in new york city. 72 by wednesday. meanwhile we head parts of gulf coast, temperatures not too bad by 80's. farther west we have been dealing with a lot of rain. also in nevada, heavy rain possible with some of these storms. let's head over to new york. >> nicole: sounds like ewe have to have all jackets ready. coming up, star wars trailer makes debut tonight.
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>> cheryl: hello, good morning, everybody. they're actually pretty good right now. this is better than what we were doing earlier. u.s. futures down about 26 points and nicole and i are having discussion, dow pretty good. >> nicole: pretty good. get ready for drone license. federal government plans to require all drone buyers to register their technology with the u.s. transportation department. the registration anticipated to debut, only commercial drone users were required to register with faa after getting authorization the fly. it's unclear for fail to go register their aircraft, can't
be near airline or private property, can't peek in people's windows. >> cheryl: new trailer for star wars, air force awakens, giants and the eagles tonight. >> we're home. >> cheryl: okay, goosebumps. after that airs, fans are going to be able to purchase tickets december 18th theater opening. a walt disney owns espn.
>> i don't want jeb bush to say, my brother kept us safe. >> that just calls to question mr. trump's credibility as commander in chief. >> nicole: let's see. we'll tell you all the things you know. china better than expected but it was weak. s&p down one and a half. you have watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and morning news. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪
>> nicole: breaks nice this morning. china's economic growth false below 7% since the first time since financial crisis began. the numbers were better than the economist expected and ease concerns about hard landing of china's economy. u.s. stock markets futures, we are lowing lower, dow down 21. good morning, everyone, i'm nicole petallides. >> cheryl: good morning, i'm cheryl casone. hillary clinton tries to dismiss the house committee an benghazi as arm of the republican party ahead of testimony this week. we are going to have the latest on that story. >> nicole: on gop side world of words with donald trump and jeb bush. trump says 9/11 wouldn't have happened under his watch. >> cheryl: ahead of public stock option. hoping to raise nearly $10 billion on ipo this week. >> nicole: cold night in new
york but mets taking a commanding lead over the chicago cubs. in football, deflate gait rematch, new england patriots beat indianapolis colts. we will have all the highlights. first look at what's moving in today's markets and latest breaking news and what to expect at the day ahead. >> cheryl: china's economy growth fell below 7%. weekly economic growth since financial crisis. slightly ahead but was down from the 7% of the pres three months. china's economy hurt partly by cooling investments. increase pressure of beijing and take other measures to give the economy a boost. these numbers aren't going to help reassure jittery markets. luck illly not effect on our
market today. >> nicole: hang seng slightly higher. >> cheryl: looking not spread to go europe as well. ftse is the only major index over there that's down and only 5 points. dax by 84. >> nicole: we are seeing down arrows across the board. dow down 23 points and we have over 100 s&p companies reporting this week. >> cheryl: big week for earnings, democratic presidential candidate hillary clinton speaking about the congressional hearing on benghazi. the former sectary of state to testify before house committee on thursday. >> i think it's pretty clear that whatever they might have thought they were doing they
ended up being a partisan arm of the republican national committee with an unoverwhelming focus as they admitted drive down my poll numbers. >> new information shows there was a total disconnect between security needs and benghazi and clienton state department. >> nicole: on the republican side donald trump and jeb bush clashing over 9/11 attacks. trump suggesting he could have prevented terror attacks that killed 3,000 people. >> i doubt those people would have been in the country. there's a good chance that those people would not have been in the country. with that being said, i'm not blaming george bush but i don't want jeb bush to say, my brother kept us safe.
>> nicole: state of the union slamming trump's remarks. >> does anybody actually blame my brother for the attacks of 9/11? it's what he did afterwards that matter and i am proud of him and so a bunch of other people. it just calls to questions mr. trump's as commander in chief. >> nicole: this trump-bush feud started in gop debate when bush der -- defended his brother. >> nicole: vice president will make a decision soon. axelrod says mr. biden has challenges ahead if he gets into the read. >> hundreds -- has deadlines to get ready for those, particularly within the democratic community there's a growing impatience.
>> cheryl: he didn't make any reference to presidential ambition. >> nicole: chances are you can't afford a ferrari but can afford ferrari stock because your chance can come this week. public offering. ferrari stock expected to be priced tomorrow after the bell and first day trading, it's expected on wednesday. stock is a good one. r.a.c.e. projected to top out between 48 and $52 a share. fourth car maker would have stock market of $9.8 billion. >> cheryl: no one is giving me a ferrari to drive, it's scarry, i think you should do one. nick ning --
>> nicole: i'm in. >> cheryl: coming up, the winners at the box office. >> maybe they're friendly. >> cheryl: goosebumps with big opening. other winners with a busy weekend in chilly weekend. in sports a very chilly night in new york. mets took commanding lead over chicago cubs. patriots beat the indianapolis colts. we are will have highlights for you. let's check point to go lower opens this morning with markets open little less than 3 hours from now. you are watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪ ♪ ♪
>> not a fan of the banks. they trample on the middle class and control washington. why do they chain all the pens to the death? who is trying to steal a pen from a bank. makes no sense. that's why you have to break up the banks into little pieces and then flush the pieces down the toilet so you can never put banks back together and make the bankers pay for college for everyone and america is fixed. >> cheryl: he was so good. larry david impersonating bernie sanders. i think we will use larry for the next rally. he does better than i do.
>> nicole: that was excellent. scored at the box office this weekend. >> no, don't open it. [screams] >> bringing 23 and a half billion -- million dollars crediting to black promoting film with larger than life personality. martian still strong in second place with 21 and a half million dollars. bridge of spies beating expectation in third place with 15.3 million.
>> cheryl: turning now to sports. new york mets in great shape as national league heads to chicago. 2-0 lead and two win asway from the world series. before the game started the mets put a band aid on the apple for travis, game one home run. nine strike outs for the win. daniel a 2-1 homer. four straight playoff games. in the nfl new england patriots trailed but the second half different story. patriots rolled to a 34-27 victory. 312 yards and three touchdowns. patriots to 5-0. this is the first time the two teams meat since title game which lead to the deflate game
scandal. turning point came lathe -- late in the third quarter. patriots read the play and through colts for a one-yard loss. quick touchdown, 34-21 lead and never looked back. toronto blue jays glad to be back. kansas city took the first two games. game three in toronto tonight. kansas city johnny cueto. both teams worked out on their off day. >> nicole: let's take a look at monday morning forecast with fox meteorologist maria molina. >> maria: we are tracking some cold air today with temperatures forecast to only make it in 40's and 50's this afternoon in places like new york city but as we head further west not bad
at all, today in 70's or 80's, warmer air spilling east ward. nice rebound to chilly temperatures. conditions athis morning. we continue to see our storm system that brought heavy rain and flash flooding to parts of nevada and now producing rain across parts of the rockies. >> we will be right back everybody surprise!!!!!
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investors holding tight this morning deciding where to put the money. take a look at the markets. reports for the third quarter earnings before the bell this morning. ibm coming tonight after the close. in china over night, growth of 6.9%. that's pretty much in line with expectations but lowest reading since 2009 in china. in europe this morning stocks were trading mostly higher. take a look at the numbers here. overnight in asia, in tokyo, throughout european markets this morning mixed performance. the dax index tennesseeing to recover with a gain of 1%. cybersecurity firm, still at it, attempting to hack into
structure. two of the incidents took place last month. barack obama and chinese said they had agreed an understanding not to use economic crieber space. ahead of the big testimony this thursday. >> i think it's pretty clear that whatever they might have thought they were doing they ended up becoming a partisan arm of the republican national committee with an overwhelming focus on trying to as they admitted drive down my poll numbers. >> the chairman says there was a total disconnect between