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>> breaking news this morning. sign of as economic pit start in europe fuel global stock market rally. after yesterday's powellerful rally on wall street. check stock market futures ahead of opening bell. dow futures up 25 points. the s&p up good morning i'm nicole petallides. >> i'm cheryl casone. hillary clinton gets grilled on capitol hill for 11 hours over her role in the benghazi attack. we'll have some highlights for you this morning. nicole: donald trump deletes a tweet dissing iowans and blames an intern for the tweet.
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we will have the story. >> tech titans blow away investor expectation for profits. mikes soft, amazon, expected to open higher today. nicole: in sports the national league champion new york mets return home to the cheers of fans. in nfl we'll have seahawks highlights. welcome to "fbn:am." latest in morning markets and breaking news and what to expect in the days ahead. >> we have breaking news coming out of france where french president francois hollande where 42 people were killed and several others seriously injured after a bus crashed and caught fire. a french lawmakers said the most of the victims elderly tourists on a day trip. we'll keep you posted on breaking news. nicole: also breaking this morning, cheryl.
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fatal shooting at tennessee state university. one dead and two wounded after dispute over dice game with two unenrolled males maybe were gambling in outdoor courtyard. the student is not -- the victim is not a student at the school. police blocking entrance to the university and requiring all nonstudents to leave the campus. >> well we had a global rally in stocks. fueled by signs of more economic stimulus coming to europe. let's get you caught up on global market action overnight. first to asia, all four indices in asia all gaining. particularly nikkei in japan up more than 2%. so a strong performance for the japanese market this friday. nicole: let's look at europe. much of the same is being at thatting on yesterday's gains. in fact the dax is up 3% in two days. we're seeing ftse now up about half a percent and cac up 1.3%.
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>> after the dow powered over 320 points yesterday, u.s. stock market futures looking like this. as you can see the dow well above seventeen thousand, up 21 points in the premarket. and s&p pointing higher by two points. nasdaq higher by 18 in premarket trading. nicole: a look at oil and gold here. oil is hovering around the $45 mark. gold is 1173 a troy ounce right now. >> look at how dollar trading against key currencies. u.k. pound is stronger. canadian dollar, peso, yen, kind after mixed picture there for you this morning. nicole: safety of 10-year treasury bond, 2.04%. let's look at the tech sector. that should give the market as big boost again today. amazon and google are poised to open in record territory. microsoft's first quarter results beat analyst estimates and shares topped $50 for the first time since november.
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microsoft was helped by cloud and enterprise businesses. google topped estimates and rose more than 10% in after the hours trading. google's parent company, alphabet, authorized a stock buyback up to $5 billion. 10% gains and likely 10% gains almost for amazon. it posted a profit of $79 million or 17 cents a share. analysts were expecting a loss of 13 cents a share. amazon made $500 million more in revenue than the company anticipated. a lot of winners, cheryl. >> hillary clinton on capitol hill for nearly 11 hours as lawmakers grilled her about the 2012 terrorist attacks in libya. >> we're going to find the truth because there is no statute of limitations on the truth. >> issues related to security were rightly handled by the security professionals in the department. i did not see them, i did not
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approve them, i did not deny them. these issues would not ordinarily come before the secretary of state and they did not in this case. >> did you ever personally speak to him after you swore him in in may? yes or no please. >> yes i believe i did but -- >> when was that? >> i don't recall. >> because there are no call logs with him. we had no record that you had any conversations with the ambassador after you swore him in. and before he died and you were his boss. >> what is impossible is what any reasonable to continue denying that republicans are squandering millions of taxpayer dollars on this abusive effort to derail secretary clinton's presidential campaign. nicole: well the democratic presidential frontrunner she hopes statesmanship will overcome part san ship as lawmakers investigate the attacks. >> senator marco rubio coming
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downtown hard on hillary clinton for not doing more to prevent the big benghazi attacks. >> it was a massive, incompetence at every level and the buck stops at the top. if hillary clinton will go around taking credit for her time as secretary of state she must take responsibilities for failures that happened at the state department under her watch and this was the costliest of all in terms of human lives and american lives. >> rubio adding that the obama administration should have known benghazi was incredibly dangerous and should have made sure the compound there had adequate security. >> donald trump blaming an offensive tweet on an inturn after insult to iowans was retreated by his official account. republican presidential frontrunner trailing ben carson in iowa poll released yesterday apologized for the tweet from a fan who suggested that iowans had brain issues because the corn they eat. trump saying young intern who
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accidentally did a retweet since apologizing. the tweet disappeared from trump's timeline. nicole: oh my. democratic presidential candidate lincoln chafee plans to discuss the state of his campaign today when he appears at the democratic national committees' leadership forum. the former governor and senator from rhode island has poll numbers near zero and only has raised $30,000 in his campaign. >> representative paul ryan officially declaring his bid for house speaker after winning support by his colleagues next week. wisconsin republican locking up support from three major gop caucuses including hard-line freedom caucus that caused current speaker john boehner to resign. ryan in a letter said we have the opportunity to turn the page. in elected the ryan will inherit a house with budget and spending deadlines on the very near horizon.
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nicole: secretary of state john kerry meeting with russian foreign minister to discuss syria today. secretary kerry hopes the meeting with sergey lavrov will result in political process and power in syria allocated by people of syria. the meeting comes on heels of the unannounced trip this week by syrian president bashar al-assad to meet with russian president vladmir putin. now russia has been stepping up military operations in syria to fight unrest. earlier this week the u.s. u.n. ambassador calling russian airstrikes, quote, an interference in syria that makes isis stronger. >> recall of potentially defective takata airbags may grow even larger. officials from the national highway traffic safety administration say the agency expanded its investigation. it will go beyond airbags situated in front of driver and front seat passenger to include side airbags. more than 19 million cars made by 12 automakers have been recalled in the united states to
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fix potentially dangerous airbags. nicole: valeant pharmaceuticals in crisis mode. the company plans a conference call on monday to try to call investors. valeant's stock fell 19% on wednesday, more than 11% yesterday. that has been a tough week after a short selling company accused valeant using a network of pharmacies to create false sales of its product. it plans to address the issue on the call on monday. >> twitter executive and cofounder jack dorsey, giving 1/3 of his stock, to the employee stock pool. that stock is worth $1,897,000,000. dorsey said it is to reinvest in our people. he was named permanent ceo this month. the unusual move comes as he works to build employ he morale at twitter after departures and
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layoffs over several months. nicole: interesting how he is doing that move giving stock to employees. proctor & gamble is out with first-quarter earnings before the open today. the world's largest maker of household and personal care products expects revenue to fall. american airlines expects to post record profits driven by sharply lower over year prices. luv, southwest, did well this week. >> give us cheaper air fares, guys. here is look at headlines in today's edition of "wall street journal." u.s. plans to dismiss insider charges against an ex-sac manager. preet bharara will dismiss charges against a previous employee of sac advisors and six analysts. ua to turn its attention to gm contract talks.
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turning attention now to wage negotiations at gm where u.n. leaders believe they have the best chance hammering out a quick deal. finally why miners keep expanding as prices collapse. plunging currencies in mineral-rich nations help companies cut costs in iron ore and coal. that is contributing to glut glut that is driving prices down. that is why we give you currencies. they affect the metals market. nicole: coming up in sports -- [cheering] that's right, the national league champion new york mets returned to citi field to the cheers of fans and in the nfl the seahawks beat the 49ers. we'll have all details coming up. into the music biz, pop chart destroyer adele releases her first single in more than three years today. we'll take a listen.
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♪ hello, it's me, i was wondering if after all these years you'd like to meet to go over, everything ♪ cheryl: well, get ready to say, hello, to adele, because she is back. after three years of radio silence, the award-winning singer unveiling her first single and music video off her
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new album later today. the single entitled, "hello"s which you heard a tease of, is off her new album, 25, is released november 20th. her last album won astounding six grammys as a breakup album while describing her latest as a makeup al bill. turning 25 is turning point and made up for everything she ever did and never did. >> let's turn to sports. seattle seahawks certainly have san francisco 49ers number. russell wilson and seahawks tweet 49ers 20-3. marshawn lynch added a leaping one--yard score. it was a seahawks fourth straight victory against the nfc west rivals. national league champion new york mets returned home yesterday after finishing off the chicago cubs wednesday night. the mets were greeted by fans
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who waited at citi field parking lot to cheer on their heroes. the mets will play in the first world series in 15 years. the mets don't know yet which team they face in the series on tuesday. it will be winner of al championship series between the bluejays and royals. they both worked out yesterday in kansas city where they play tonight in game 6. royals lead that series 3-2. don mattingly is out as manager of the los angeles dodgers. the dodgers season ended when they were eliminated by the mets in national league division series. both mattingly the division for him not to return as manager has been mutual. he has been dodgers manager for five years. cheryl: let's get you caught up on global market action. first to asia it was green day are to the markets there. hang seng, nikkei, kospi ending higher. nikkei coming out strong, 2.11% gain there. nicole: let's check out europe with stocks to the upside.
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ftse up three-quarters of 1%. cheryl: u.s. stock market futures looking like this. we're getting out of correction territory now particularly for the dow. pointing higher by 33 point in the premarket. the s&p 500 up about three and a quarter in the premarket as well. coming up, hillary on the hill. we'll have highlights and lowlights from her 11 hours of testimony. >> issues related to security were rightly handled by the security professionals in the department. i did not see them, i did not approve them, i did not deny them. cheryl: of course the big question, how will her testimony play out on the campaign trail. >> >> we may see a rally in tech stocks today as tech titans microsoft, amazon and alphabet formerly known as google post surprisingly strong profits. you're watching "fbn:am,"
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nicole: tech titans blow away investor expectations for profits. alphabet, former known as google and amazon set to open higher today. cheryl: and in sports -- [cheering] national league champion new york mets returned home to the cheers of fans. also in the nfl this morning the seahawks beat the 49ers from last night. we'll have those highlights for you all coming up in football and sports. welcome to "fbn:am," the first look at morning markets and breaking news and what to expect for your day ahead. nicole: we have breaking news out of france where french president francois hollande says 42 people were killed and several others were seriously injured after a truck and bus caught fire. it happened in southwest france. french lawmaker says the victims were mostly elderly tourists on a day trip.
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cheryl: fatal shooting at tennessee state university. gunfire erupting on the nashville campus leaving one dead and two oned after dispute over a dice game where two unenrolled males may have been gambling in outdoor courtyard. victim reportedly not a student at school according to an email from a spokesman. there is no indication of active shooter situation. they required all non-students to leave the campus. we'll get you posted on that the latest. nicole: stocks are to the upside. hang seng closed up 1.2%. nikkei 2%. shanghai 1.%. so all up arrows across the board. cheryl: in europe stocks trading to the upside. ftse up 45 points. cac 40 up 66, and the dax trading substantially higher, 142 points. that is gain of almost 1 1/2% in germany. >> the possibility of ecb
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stimulus, lots of great tech stocks pushing markets. u.s. stock futures looking like this. cheryl: well the tech sector should give the markets a boost. amazon and google are expected to open in record territory. microsoft first quarter results beat analyst estimates and shares topped $50 since november. microsoft helped by cloud and inr enterprise business. google topped estimates rose more than 10% in after-hours trading. up sharply in the premarket. google's parent company authorized a stock buyback up to $5 billion. biggest surprise from amazon. it posted a profit of $79 million. that is 11 cents a share. analysts expecting a loss of 13 cents a share. amazon made $500 million more in revenue than the company anticipated. >> hillary clinton on capitol hill for nearly 11 hours as lawmakers grilled her about the 2012 terrorist attacks in libya.
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>> i think it is eminently fair to ask why sidney blumenthal had unfettered access to you, madam secretary, with whatever he wanted to talk about and there is not a single solitairely email to or two you, to or from ambassador stevens? >> i made it abundantly clear we had to do everything we could to protect our people. what i did not and do not believe any secretary should do was to substitute my judgment from thousands of miles away for the judgment of the security professionals who made the decisions about what kind of security would be provided. >> have we found anything substantively that tells us something different about what happened in benghazi? the answer to that question is no. >> why has no one been held accountable? how come not a single person lost a single paycheck connected to the fact we had the first ambassador killed since 1979? >> the accountability review
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board pointed out several people working in the state department who they thought had not carried out their responsibilities adequately but they said they could not find a breach of duty. but there was a process that was immediately instituted and which led to decisions being made. >> yes, ma'am. the decision was to put these back at fullback pay and keep them on as employees. that was the decision that was made as a result of the processes that you put in place. nicole: democratic presidential frontrunner saying she hopes states manship will overcome partisanship as lawmakers investigate the attacks. cheryl: donald trump blaming an offensive tweet on intern after insult to eye wants retreated by his official account. republican presidential front-runner who is trailing ben carson in iowa poll released yesterday apologized for a tweet from a fan who suggested that eye wants had brain issues because of corn they eat.
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the trump saying young intern who accidentally did retweet, apologized. the tweet disappeared from trump's timeline. nicole: parts of texas brace for more hurricane flooding as hurricane patricia sets its ice on mexico. let'slet's go to fox meteorologt maria molina. >> hello you to nicole and everyone at home. we're talking about flash flooding across parts of the southern plains specifically with texas. this is broader pattern with lots of rain with parts of north dakota an all the way down to texas. more significant rainfall totals are across texas. we have a lot of moisture from the gulf of mexico from eastern pacific ocean. that is focusing in portions of texas with local up to foot of rain forecast in some areas. flash flooding could be dangerous out there into the weekend across parts of texas. we have category 5 hurricane
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patricia in eastern pacific ocean. the storm is strongest on record in the eastern pacific. maximum sustained winds at 200 miles an hour. rapidly intensified out here. forecast to make landfall across parts of southwestern mexico. over to you, nicole. nicole: thank you, maria. yahoo! making nfl history this weekend. we'll tell you all about a new way to watch football. will the new "star wars" film be the grinch that steals christmas for hollywood? we'll have the story. we're seeing up arrows for the week there morning. nasdaq star of the week, up half a percent right now and 24 points to the upside. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪
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cheryl: let's take a look at u.s. stock futures ahead of opening bell here in the u.s. futures looking pretty strong on friday morning. dow pointing higher in premarket. s&p pointing higher by nearly five point. nicole: yahoo! says it has more than 30 brand name advertisers for its history-making live stream of the nfl game in london between buffalo bills and jacksonville jaguars on sunday.
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the internet search giant life streaming the game between buffalo and jacksonville at wembley stadium in london. it. it will be the first nfl game to be solely delivered on internet. the game is played at 9:30 a.m. sunday eastern time. cheryl: we may have a grinch that leaves us seeing stars on christmas. "star wars," the force awakens, poised to steal the hollywood spotlight as theaters rush to add screenings after selling out tickets in minutes for the december 17th opening. it is expected to smash box office records with 2.2 million globally. it may swipe tickets from other will smith movie and bradley cooper film, joy. nicole: we'll have highlights and lowlights from the 11 hours of testimony. >> the issues related to security were rightly handled by the security professionals in
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the department. i did not see them, i did not approve them, i did not deny them. nicole: the big question now, how will her testimony play out on the campaign trail? we may see a rally in some tech stocks today as tech titans amazon, microsoft and alphabet, formerly known as google posted surprising i strong profits. they may help to add gains to yesterday's monster rally on wall street. u.s. stock futures are i here all morning long, looking pretty good this morning. dow futures and s&p futures up more than a quarter of a percent. nasdaq up half a percent. you're watching fbna. your first look at morning markets and breaking news.
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nicole: breaking news this morning. signs of an economic kick-start in europe fuel a global stock
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market rally, after yesterday's powerful rally on wall street. let's check u.s. stock market futures here for you this morning. dow futures up 52. s&p up six. nasdaq up 28 right now. good morning i'm nicole petallides. cheryl: good morning i'm cheryl casone. hillary clinton gets grilled on capitol hill for 11 hours over her role in the benghazi attack. we'll have some of the highlights for you. nicole: donald trump deletes a tweet dissing iowans and blames an intern for the tweet. we'll have the story. cheryl: tech titans blow away investor expectations for profits. microsoft, alphabet, formerly known as google and amazon set to open sharply higher today. nicole: and in sports -- [cheering] national league champion new york mets returned home to the cheers of fans, and in the nfl the seahawks beat the 49ers. we'll have the highlights.
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welcome to "fbn:am," your first look what is moving in today's markets and latest breaking news and what to expect for the day ahead. cheryl: we have some breaking news this morning coming out of france where president francois hollande says at least 42 people were killed and several others seriously injured after a bus and truck crashed and caught fire. the collision happened in southwest france. the french lawmaker says most of the victims were elderly people. they were on a day trip. nicole: breaking this morning a fatal shooting at tennessee state university. gunfire erupting in the nashville campus leaving one dead and two wounded after dispute over a dows game where two unenrolled males may have been gambling in an outdoor courtyard. the victim reportedly is not a student at the school according to an email from a university spokesperson. there is no indication of an active shooter. police blocking an entrance to the university and requiring all non-students to leave the campus. cheryl: a global rally in stocks
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fueled by signs of more economic stimulus in europe. let's get you caught up on global market action overnight. first to asia where it was very strong day to the upside for all the asian markets, particularly nikkei an japan. shanghai, kospi gaining up 1% as well. nicole: across the board up in europe. ftse is up 48. cac and dax each up about 1 1/2% right now. cheryl: after the dow powered above 320 points at the close, u.s. stock market futures looking like this. positive opening for dow, s&p, nasdaq. nicole: tech has had a great week. the tech sector once again should give the markets a boost today. amazon and google are poised to open in record territory this morning. microsoft first quarter beat analyst estimates, shares topped $50 for the very first time since november. microsoft helped by cloud and
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enterprise business business. google topped estimates and rose more than 10% in after-hours trading. google's parent company alphabet authorized a stock buyback up to $5 billion. the biggest surprise was amazon, posted a profit of $79 million, 17 cents a share. analysts were expects a log of 13 cents a share. cheryl: hillary clinton on capitol hill for nearly 11 hours as lawmakers grilled her about the 2012 terrorist attacks in libya. >> we're going to find the truth because there is no statute of limitations on the truth. >> issues related to security were rightly handled by the security professionals in the department. i did not see them, i did not approve them, i did not deny them. these issues would not ordinarily come before the secretary of state and they did not in this case.
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>> did you ever personally speak to him after you swore him in in may? yes or no please? >> yes i believe i did but i -- >> when was that? >> i don't recall. >> because there are no call logs with him. we have no record that you had any conversations with the ambassador after you swore him in. and before he died. and you were his boss. >> what is impossible is for any reasonable person to continue denying that republicans are squandering millions of taxpayer dollars on this abusive effort to derail secretary clinton's presidential campaign. cheryl: democratic presidential frontrunner hopes statesmanship will overcome partisanship as lawmakers investigate those attacks. nicole: donald trump blaming an offensive tweet an intern after insult to iowans was retreated by his official account. republican presidential front-runner trailing ben carson
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in iowa poll released yesterday apologized for the tweet from a fan who suggested that iowans had brain issues because of the corn they eat. trump saying the young intern who accidentally did a retweet apologizes. the tweet has since disappeared from trump's timeline. iowa caucuses take place on february 1st. cheryl: democratic presidential candidate lincoln chafee plans to discuss the state of his campaign today when he appears at the democratic national committees's women's leadership forum. the former governor and senator from rhode island has poll numbers near zero and has been only able to raise $30,000 in his came pain. >> paul ryan officially declaring his bid for house speaker after winning support he needs to be elected by his colleagues next week. the wisconsin republican locking up support from three major gop caucuses including the hard-line freedom caucus forced current speaker john boehner to resign. ryan in a letter to his republican colleagues last night
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said, we have the opportunity to turn the page. if elected ryan will inherit a house with major budgetary and spending deadlines on the horizon. cheryl: twitter chief executive and cofounder jack dorsey says he is giving a third of his stock in the company to the employee equity pool. that stock is worth $197 million. dorsey says to reinvest directly in our people. dorsey was named the company's permanent ceo earlier this month. the unusual moves as dorsey works to rebuild employee morale and confidence in twitter after several high level departures over next several months. nicole: proctor & gamble is out with first-quarter earnings before the opening bell today. the world's largest maker of household and personal care products is expected to earn 95 cents a share, down 4 cents from a year ago. revenue is expected to fall. also out american airlines. american is expected to post record profits driven by sharply lower year-over-year fuel prices. cheryl: here's look at headlines
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in today's edition of "the wall street journal" first headline, u.s. plans to dismiss insider charges against an ex-sac manager. u.s. attorney preet bharara would move to dismiss insider trading charges against a former senior employee of sac advisors and six analysts. uaw to turn its attention to gm contract talks. fresh from securing member approval of a labor contract with fiat chrysler turning attention to negotiations in gm where leaders believe they have the best chance of hammering out a quick deal. finally, why miners keep expanding as prices collapse. plunging currencies in mineral rich nations are helping companies cut production costs and expand out put of commodities like iron ore and coal driven to a glut that is driving prices down. nicole: coming up in sports -- [cheering] national league champion new york mets returned to citi
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field to the cheers of fans. and in the nfl the seahawks beat the 49ers. all the details coming up. in the music biz, pop chart destroyer adele releases her first single in more than three years today. we'll take a listen to that. after yesterday's monster rally on wall street, let's look at stock index futures. dow was up 320 points yesterday. dow futures up 58, s&p up 6 1/2, nasdaq up 29. futures ahead of the open, green arrows. you're watching your first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪ opinions. there's no shortage in this world. who do you trust? whose analysis is accurate? how do you make sense of it all? a simple, unbiased stock score consolidated from the opinions of independent analysts... is that too much to ask?
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♪ hello, it's me, i was wondering if after all these years you'd like to meet to go over, everything ♪ nicole: get ready to say hello to adele because she's back after three years of radio silence, the grammy-winning singer unveiling her first music single and video today. it is adele's long-awaited album, quote 25" set to be released november 20th. she says the latest work is makeup album. turning 25 is turning point for her and the songs are about making up everything she ever did and never did. cheryl: turning now to sports, seattle seahawks certainly have the san francisco 49ers number.
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they beat the 49ers 20-3. wilson through a 43-yard touchdown pass to tyler locket. marshawn lynch added leaping one-yard score. that is the fourth straight victory against their nfc west rivals. national league champion new york mets turned home after finishing off the chicago cubs wednesday night. they waited in the parking lot to cheer on their heroes. the mets will play in their first world series in 15 years. the mets don't know which team they will face in the series. face winner of nl championship series between the bluejays an royals. they worked out yesterday in kansas city where they play tonight in game six. royals lead the series 3-2. louisville coach rick pittino has no plans to resign after allegations in a new book. the book claims that escort was hired to be hired to strip for
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recruits. pittino says he has no plans to resign and let the fans down. investigation is underway into those claims. >> the owner of love ranch where la marred odom was found unconscious wants his money. he is furious he has not yet received $75,000 lamar odom allegedly owes him for staying there. he is threatening to sue khloe kardashian for the bill to pay it off. cheryl: weil look at global market action for in particular with asia with strong performance. here are the european markets right now. europe up 55 as far as the ftse goes in london, cac 40 in paris up 80. look at dax in germany pushing a near gain of 2%. those markets still trading right now. nicole: u.s. stock index futures looking good. we're seeing nasdaq up half a percent. s&p and dow looking higher by over 1/3 of 1%. parts of texas bracing for more flooding as hurricane patricia sets its ice on mexico.
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for more let's go over to fox meteorologist maria molina. good morning. >> good morning, hi, nicole. we have two big weather stories to talk about basically the u.s. is one and also across mexico is the other one. i want to focus in on first heavy rain forecast across parts of texas. you can see with have large storm system bringing bringing in areas of rain as far as north as parts of minnesota and in north dakota. the big flooding story will be centered around texas. the reason for that we've been picking up heavy rain across the state. several inches have already been reported. some areas can see another foot of rain over the next couple of days. so again very significant amount of rain forecast across texas. because of that we have watches in effect, warnings because of ongoing flooding in place across areas this morning to the northeast of the city of dallas. mean while, as we head into the eastern north pacific ocean we have the strongest hurricane on record. hurricane patricia, maximum sustained winds at 200 miles an hour, with landfall forecasts
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with we head into later this afternoon and tonight. locally up 20 inches of rain will be possible. we're looking possibly catastrophic impacts across southwestern mexico. nicole: maria molina thanks so much. >> thanks. cheryl: we'll run down global market action before we hand it over to "mornings with maria." stay with us. ♪ this is a very big problem for us with respect to fast and efficient transportation. it's kind of a losing proposition to keep going this way. we are trying to tackle the problem with several different modes. one of them is the brand new metro. we had a modest forecast: 110,000 passengers per day in the first line. we are already over 200,000. our collaboration with citi has been very important from the very beginning. citi was our biggest supporter and our only private bank.
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nicole: big moves in europe. dax up three percent overtwo trading days over stimulus talks. ftse up 1%. looking here at our u.s. stock index futures tacking on to yesterday's 320 point gain. looking like green arrows maria bartiromo. time for "mornings with maria." maria: hey there, nicole, happy friday. we have good markets going on. i'm maria bartiromo. it is friday, october 23rd. with me this morning fox business network's dagen
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mcdowell and "barron's" online editor jock otter. first story on 6:00 a.m. on the east coast, hillary clinton facing marathon session on capitol hill. the benghazi hearing lasted 11 hours after lawmakers grilled her about the attack in benghazi, libya. she did not mince words. >> have you heard of a judge calling the d.a. or defense attorney, saying don't call that witness? >> i really don't care what you all say about me. it doesn't bother me a bit. maria: elsewhere on capitol hill paul ryan officially declaring for house bid to the speaker. in letter to colleagues, ryan is quote ready and to be speaker. he believes republicans are moving forward as united team. former vote set to take place next week. we're looking for higher opening for broader averages today. we have strength across the board. the dow futures at highest level of morning, about 73 point.
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it all has to do with earnings. tech sector certainly one to watch today, on heels of very good profit numbers yesterday. strong results out last night from amazon. it reported a surprise profit and sales were up jumping 11% from a year earlier. the stock is set open at all-time high, above $615 a share. al a fa bet, formerly known as google, the tech giant beat wall street earnings on revenue and bottom line. they will buy back $5 billion in class-c stock. that will be another one to watch. checking action in europe, stocks fare edging higher on prospect of more stimulus from the european central bank. we told you yesterday that mario draghi is open to lots of options. that drove action overnight in asia. all major averages in asia posting gains with nikkei average in japan up better than 2%. mexico's pacific coast

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