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nicole: breaking news this morning, last trading day of the months with u.s. stocks set to put in their best monthly performance in four years. asian stocks ended with best month in six years. let's checks stock index futures. s&p futures up seven. good morning i'm nicole petallides. cheryl: good morning i'm cheryl casone. in washington despite a late night filibuster from gop presidential candidate the senate passes the controversial budget deal at 3:00 in the morning. nicole: in vienna secretary of state john kerry meets with leaders from iran and
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saudi arabia among other to try to end the war in syria. the obama administration reporting toking leave president bashar al-assad in power at least now. cheryl: in florida, dramatic video showing a passenger jet erupting in flames on the tarmac. we'll have the story. nicole: in sports, new england patriots remain undefeated after crushing the miami dolphins. new york mets face a crucial game 3 in the battle against kansas city royals. welcome to "fbn:am," what is moving in today's markets and latest breaking news in the day ahead. cheryl: we have breaking news this morning. this all went this morning. senate passing a budget deal just before three a.m. eastern time, preventing any shutdowns or defaults in the 2017 fiscal year. the vote, 64-35.
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it goes to president obama for signing into law. republican presidential call candidate rand paul returned from the campaign to filibuster the bill. >> the number one threat to this country's future is our debt. the number one threat to our national security is our debt. this deals gives the president the power to borrow unlimited amounts of money. this deal represents the worst of washington culture. cheryl: and another gop white house contender, ted cruz, also canceled campaign events in nevada to return to washington. he calls the deal, a corrupt betrayal of the american people. nicole: right now turn it to the campaign trail. many republican presidential candidates expressing displeasure with wednesday night's debate. during the debate mike huckabee was asked about donald trump's moral authority. here is trump's reaction. >> i thought it was unnecessary question, unusual question.
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the way he phrased it, yes, they were very, very nasty to a lot of people last night. i think they have suffered. i've been reading such terrible reviews about commentators last night for cnbc. nicole: ben carson also criticizing the debate style. >> i think the debate last night crystallized fact these gotcha type questions are not very helpful in helping people understand who the candidates are and what their candidates are. i asked my staff to reach out to all the staffs of all the other candidates and let's talk about a different type of format. nicole: meanwhile marco rubio's campaign says the florida senator raised more than$50,000 since that debate -- 750,000. bernie sanders is meeting with joe biden discussing campaign importance of financial overhaul that would dim minutish
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influence of money in the political process. sanders and hillary clinton both hoping an endorsement from joe biden. be sure to tune in on tuesday, november 10th, for the fox business "wall street journal" republican debate. trish regan, sandra smith, early debate at 6:00 p.m. join maria bartiromo and neil cavuto for the 9:00 p.m. debate here at 9:00 p.m. on fox business network. secretary of state john kerry is attending peace talks in vienna. he is meeting with diplomats from 20 countries including saudi arabia. not attend something a bashar al-assad. they are trying to find a way to convince the government an rebels to sees fire and get a political transition. president obama said they would accept a transition that leaves president assad in place for a
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couple months or more to transition into new government. nicole: an iranian businessman who promoted improved between the u.s. and iran. according to people briefed on the situation, he was arrested about two weeks ago as he was visiting relatives from tehran from his home base in dubai. he is head of strategic planning at crescent petroleum company. believes opponents of historic deal with the u.s. are trying to block foreign investors from entering the islamic republic. cheryl: justice department begins process releasing 6,000 inmates under a cost cutting measure intended to reduce the prison population. more than 4,000 drug felons are destined for various points in the u.s. and territories. the rest are expected to be deported this is part of an evident to rethink decades-long for sentences for drug offenders
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who are half the prison population. nicole: imagine looking out the window of your plane seeing flames? that happened yesterday on dynamic airways plane taxiing for takeoff in fort lauderdale, florida. passengers had to escape down the emergency chute through thick black smoke. most were uninjured with just bums and bruises. a passenger was shocked when he looked out the window. >> i was actually like reading on my ipad and my sister, i heard like a bump. i and i heard people screaming, running to the front, oh, what is happening? so i turn around and look in the window like flames all over the turbine of the plane. nicole: aircraft taxiing something you don't want to see behind the window. taxiing behind the 747 reported fuel was leaking from the aircraft before the fire started.
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the plane was headed for caracas. cheryl: they did a great job getting everyone off the aircraft. attempted cop killer is now dead after shootout with police in kentucky. floyd ray cook eluded kentucky and tennessee police for six days during a massive manhunt before being tracked down in a ditch. once confronted, cook shot at officers who shot back and they did kill him. he was wanted for shooting and injuring a tennessee officer and firing at kentucky trooper who had found him. nicole: what is going on with trading, right now looks likes october is the best month we've seen it in four years for stocks. let's take a look. the dow jones industrial average is up 9%. the s&p 500 up nearly 5% and nasdaq 9.8%. that is the best of the butch there, cheryl. cheryl: ahead of opening bell, here we have u.s. stock market futures look like this. n this friday for you. just in time for halloween. this is no joke.
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dow up 39 points in the premarket. s&p up six. nasdaq up more than 15. don't want to think we're tricking you on trick and treat. nicole: hang seng, shanghai and kospi all pulling back. there was hope of stimulus. they didn't get it today but hope is still there. cheryl: let's look at europe. ftse in london is down an entire three points. cac 40 up 14. dax is up 26. nicole: valeant pharmaceuticals facing more fallout as investors question the work with specialty pharmacies. cvs, express scripts and united health have all stopped doing business with phillidor. phillidor rx services which valeant uses to distribute its drugs. the news hit valeant hard after hours, sending it down more than 13%. the troubles began when short sellers citron research that
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they used phillidor to falsify sales. valeant maintains that report is untrue. cvs health, optimum, are three large pharmacy managers in the united states. just moments ago valeant says it is early nating the relationship with philly door. cheryl: book news there. we're falling on stock stories. shares of linkedin, stock to watch, shares of professional service dropping 12% in extended trading after third quarter revenue and profit topped expectations. linkedin raised full-year guidance. shares of starbucks losing ground after the coffee giant issued disappointing earnings guidance for the holiday quarter. this overshadowed impressive results for starbucks quarter. revenue surged to nearly five billion dollars improved traffic and spending in starbucks stores. speaking of revenue, ab inbefore
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is raising full-year revenue forecast on higher than expected shims of premium beer. they extended talks with rival sabmiller. nicole: we'll get results from two major oil companies later this morning. expectations for both exxonmobil and chevron are not high, given this year's sharp decline in oil and natural gas prices. analysts look for exxonmobil to earn 89 cents a share on revenue of 64 billion. that would be sharply lower year-over-year however, one bright spot could be exxonmobil's refining operations thanks to lower prices. last quarter they almost doubled earnings from year ago. exxon expected to post 76 cents a share on revenue of $30 billion, down sharply from this time last year. both are dow components. we'll see how they affect the dow. cheryl: let's look at some headlines in today's edition of "the wall street journal" for you.
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first one, aig mortgage spin-off sale is on the table. so that is a stock to watch. next one mutual funds flail at valuing startups. next one, pursuit of james bond film writes kicks into high gear. sony distribution deal expires after the release of "spectre" coming out next week in the united states. journal says several studios, warner brothers, paramount plan to seek distribution rights even though little profit in releasing bond films but they will give it a shot. nicole: "spectre" is supposed to actually do really well. coming in sports the new england patriots crushed the miami dolphins and remain unbeaten. then there is baseball. mets are back in tonight for crucial game 3 of world series come on, mets. what happens when a giant pumpkin rolls down the street in arizona? we'll tell you about that stocks are up roughly 9%. u.s. stock index futures up 35. s&p up five 1/2.
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nicole: let's take a look at u.s. stock index futures after great month of october. u.s. futures dow futures up 31. s&p up five. nasdaq up 13. cheryl: it is not even halloween yet but the great pumpkin made an appearance in peoria, arizona, yesterday. look at this. a 25-foot tall, 350-pound blowup orange jack-o-lantern surprised drivers and several pedestrians, bounced along multiple lanes of traffic before it got stuck between a street light poll. it broke free and started rolling again. big az promotions owner of the pumpkin found out about it. they found it quarter after mile
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away in the park. pumpkin broke free from al wean display. nobody was injured. remind everybody set your clocks back one hour saturday night. daylight savings time. nicole: got a lot of money out of the pr stunt. more than they bargained for. in sports, pace pace new england patriots between miami dolphins 36-7. tom brady through for 351 yards and four touchdowns. dion lewis had 93 yards receiving and one store score. patriots are 7-0, second time in history. they were completely over matched against the defending super bowl champions and fell to 3-had. new york mets return to citi field and new york mets face a must-win situation.
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they returned early morning yesterday and can selled scheduled workouts. after two days of designated hitter in the national league ballpark, pitchers have to hit next three games. this is under national league rules. in college football the fifth ranked tcu horned frogs had no trouble beating west begin, 46-10. trayvon boykin had 388 yards and three touchdowns and ran 11 times for 83 yards. that was tcu's last game before the weekly college football ranking of the season. they will be hoping to move up from that number five spot, cheryl. cheryl: all right. coming up, the senate gives the green light to that controversial two-year budget deal after late night filibuster from gop presidential candidate, rand paul. >> this deal gives the president the power to borrow unlimited amounts of money. this deal represents the worst
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of washington culture. cheryl: despite paul's filibuster the deal was approved. we'll tell you what happens next. some dramatic video out of florida after a passenger jet erupts into flames. we'll have the details on this story. as we go to break we'll check u.s. stock index futures. dow, s&p, nasdaq pointing to slightly higher open on friday morning ahead of halloween. you're watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪ but what if you could see more of what you wanted to know? with fidelity's new active trader pro investing platform, the information that's important to you is all in one place, so finding more insight is easier.
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asian stocks ended with the their best month in six years. we'll look at u.s. stock market futures before the opening bell. we have positive open on this friday morning. good morning, i'm cheryl casone. nicole: good morning, i'm nicole petallides. despite a late night filibuster from gop presidential candidate rand paul the senate passed controversial budget deal at 3:00 in the morning. cheryl: in vienna, secretary of state john kerry meets with leaders from iran and saudi arabia among others to try to end the war in syria. the obama administration willing to leave president bashar al-assad in power, at least for now. nicole: in florida are some dramatic video showing a passenger jet erupting in flames on the tarmac. we'll have that story. cheryl: and in sports the new england patriots remain dominant and undefeated after crushing miami dolphins. meanwhile the new york mets return home facing a crucial game 3 in the world series battle against the kansas city royals.
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we'll have the highlights. welcome to "fbn:am," first look what is moving in today's markets, latest breaking news, what to expect in the day ahead. nicole: breaking news starts off with the senate passing a two-year budget and debt deal before three a.m. eastern preventing any shutdowns or defaults through 2017 fiscal year. the vote was 64-35. the measure goes to senator obama to sign into law. earlier presidential candidate rand paul returned to filibuster the bill. >> the number one threat to our country's future is our debt. the number one threat to our national security is our debt. this deal gives the president the power to borrow unlimited amounts of money. this deal represents the worst of washington culture. nicole: another gop white house contender ted cruz also canceled
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debates in nevada to return to washington. he called the deal a corrupt betrayal of american people. cheryl: to the campaign trail. many republican presidential candidates expressing displeasure with wednesday night's debate. during the debate mike huckabee was asked about donald trump's moral authority. here is trump's reaction. >> i thought it was an unnecessary question, unusual question the way he phrased it, and yes, they were very, very nasty to a lot of people last night. and think they have suffered. i've been reading such terrible reviews about the commentators last night for cnbc. cheryl: ben carson also criticizing the debate style. >> i think the debate last night crystallized the fact that you know, these gotcha type questions are not very helpful in terms of helping the people to understand who the candidates are and what their policies are. and, so i have asked my staff to reach out to all the staffs of all the other candidates and let's talk about a different
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type of format. cheryl: meanwhile marco rubio's campaign says the florida senator has raised more than $750,000 since debate. on the democratic side bernie sanders meeting with vice president joe biden. the sanders campaign said they discussed the importance of a campaign finance overhaul that would diminish the influence of money in the political process. sanders and hillary clinton both hoping for an endorsement from biden. you want to make sure to tune in tuesday, november 10 for the fox business "wall street journal" republican debate. trish regan and sandra smith will kick off the early debate at 6:00 p.m. eastern time. then join maria bartiromo and neil cavuto for the prime time debate at 9:00 p.m. eastern. that is live here on the fox business network. nicole: all right. secretary of state john kerry attending a two-day syrian peace talks in vienna. he is meeting with senior diplomats from 20 countries including iran and saudi arabia.
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not attending talks syrian president bashar al-assad. the group is trying to find ay n government and rebels to agree to sees fire to start process of transition. the obama administration would accept a deal that leaves president assad in place for several months or more during the transition to a new government. cheryl: passengers on a plane about to take off from fort lauderdale got a shock when they looked out the window yesterday. an engine on fire. that happened yesterday on dynamic airways plane taxiing for takeoff in fort lauderdale, florida. the passengers had to evacuate down the plane's emergency chute through thick clouds of black smoke. 15 people were injured, with stly bs and bruises. a passenger was shot when he looked out the window. >> i was actually like reading on my ipad and my sister starts, i heard like a bump, and i heard people screaming, running to the front.
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i'm like, oh, what's happening. i turn around and look in the window. there were flames all over the ture pine of the plane. cheryl: aircraft taxiing behind the boeing 767 reported fuel leaking from the aircraft before the fire started. the plane was headed for caracas, venezuela. thank god nobody was killed. nicole: that's right. a pair of uss russian warplanes were intercepted passing past the uss ronald reagan. they were conducting a training exercise in south korea, when the bombers flew within one nautical mile, 500 feet above the water. the white house says officials followed proper procedure and there is no evidence that the jets posed a threat. cheryl: as we head into the last day of trading looks like october is shape being up for the best month for u.s. stocks in four years. look at month of october
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dow industrials up 9%. s&p 500 up 8.8%. nasdaq for october up nearly 10%. nicole: opening before we have green arrows. dow futures up about 30. that is almost .2 of 1%. s&p 500 five, which would be one quarter of 1%. cheryl: coming up strong performance numbers for asia. let's look at asia today. what those current numbers were for asian markets. hang seng down just a fraction. nikkei gaining .78%. great october for asia. nicole: european trading right now, we are seeing footsie slightly lower but the cac and dax up one quarter of 1% right now. cheryl: before you head out the door, let's look at your weekend forecast with fox meteorologist maria molina. >> hello, nicole and cheryl, and everybody at home. we're tracking unsettled weather across the nation. i want to talk about daylight savings time. we're looking at it coming to an
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end and gaining an hour of sleep. welcome news so turn the clocks coming back up at 2:00 a.m. on sunday. as you head out to trick-or-treat, you get a little more sleep a nice gift for weekend. much quieter across the northeast as we dry out. farther west we have new storm system bringing heavy rain into parts of texas and new mexico. texas we have risk for severe weather. there is wind sheer so we could see potentially isolated tornadoes. across the pacific northwest, we have another storm system that keeps things unsettled not only today but into halloween and evening hours. that unfortunately means you will need umbrellas as you head out trick-or-treating. stormy weather forecast for saturday evening across parts of the gulf course but the northeast, expect dry weather and mild temperatures. nicole and cheryl. let's head over to you. cheryl: thank you, maria.
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we'll have latest bid for world domination from the guys and gals from google. forget candies and cookies, kids want cold hard cash for halloween. we'll have results of a great new survey. we check stock index futures. dow, nasdaq pointing higher ahead of your hollywood boo. you're watching "fbn:am", your first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪
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nicole: let's take a look at u.s. stock index futures after great month of october. dow futures up 31. s&p futures up five so far looking good for the bulls. cheryl: android is getting makeover with new shade of chrome. google is planning to combine android mobile operating system with the chrome operating system. so the new android will be able to run on mobile devices as well as your personal compute computer will give google users to the android operating marketplace. google set to unveil the new operating system in 2017 but they're expected to release an early version sometime next year. nicole: target may be borrowing santa's sleigh for the holidays. the retailer is bringing back free shipping for all online orders during this holiday season.
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target also plans on launching an online site to sell products to over 200 countries. while making curbside pickup available at 121 stores next week. talking about rival walmart. walmart says it keep shipping charges for any purchasings under a 50 bucks. best buy dropping shipping on all orders through january. it helped boost sales 36% through last year's fourth quarter. they found it beneficial. cheryl: there you go. nicole: you may be expected to act like an atm this halloween for trick-or-treaters. more than half their parents say their children would prefer cash for halloween over candy and toys. they tend to get out of control during the holiday, think maybe at least in combination, because of festivities and amount of candy that they bale consume. now teaching children eating
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healthy habits is of main concern. many believe giving kids cash may help them towards that frame of mind. we have to set our clocks back on saturday night. as you go to bed, right? daylight savings, fall back. kids want some cash. we did a story on "mornings with maria" on go-to houses, not go to houses pennies raisins out. large bars, are in. cheryl: go for the cash. i'm all for that. senate gives the green light to the controversial two-year budget deal after a late night filibuster from gop presidential candidate rand paul. >> this deal gives the president the power to borrow unlimited amounts of money. this deal represents the worst of washington culture. cheryl: despite paul's filibuster the deal was approved. we'll tell you what happens next. some dramatic video out of florida after a passenger jet
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erupts into flames. we're going to have the details on this story. as we go to break we want to check stock index futures. nasdaq, dow, pointing to slightly higher open. we have "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪
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budget deal at 3:00 in the morning. nicole: in vienna secretary of state john kerry meets with leaders from iran and saudi arabia among others to try to end war in syria. the obama administration reporting willing to leave president bashar al-assad in power at least for now. cheryl: in florida some dramatic video showing a passenger jet erupting into flames on the tarmac. we'll have details on that story. nicole: and in sports, new england patriots remain dominant and undespeeded after crushing the miami dolphins. meanwhile the new york mets return home facing a crucial game 3 in the world series battle against the kansas city royals. we'll have all highlights for you. good morning, welcome to "fbn:am," first look at breaking markets, latest breaking news and what to expect for the day ahead. cheryl: we do have breaking news this morning. the senate passing a two-year budget and debt deal just before three a.m. eastern time, preventing any shutdowns or
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defaults through the 2017 fiscal year. the vote was 64-35. the president now goes to president obama for signing into law. earlier republican presidential candidate rand paul returned from the campaign to filibuster the bill. >> the number one threat to our country's future is our doubt. the number one threat to our national security is our debt. this deal gist -- gives the president the power to borrow unlimited amounts of money. this deal represents the worst of washington culture. cheryl: another gop white house contender ted cruz also canceled campaign events in nevada to return to washington. he calls the deal a corrupt betrayal of the american people. nicole: right over to the campaign trail. many republican presidential candidates expressing displeasure with wednesday night's debate. during the debate mike huckabee was asked about donald trump's moral authority. here is what trump's reaction was.
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>> i thought it was an unnecessary question, unusual question the way he phrased it. yes, they were very, very nasty to a lot of people last night. i think that they have suffered. i've been reading such terrible reviews about the commentators last night for cnbc. nicole: ben carson also criticizing the debate style. >> i think the debate last night crystallized the fact that you know, these gotcha type questions are not very helpful in terms of helping the people to understand who the candidates are and what their policies are. and, so i have asked my staff to reach out to all of these staffs of all the other candidates and let's talk about a different type of format. nicole: meanwhile marco rubio's campaign says the florida senator has raised more than $750,000 since that debate. on the democratic side bernie sanders meeting with vice president joe biden. the sanders campaign said they discussed importance of campaign finance overhaul that would
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diminish the influence of money in the political process. sanders and hillary clinton both hoping for endorsement from joe biden. make sure to tune tuesday, november 10th, for the fox business "wall street journal" republican debate. trish regan and sandra smith will kick off that early debate. that will be at 6:00 p.m. eastern time.ou maria bartiromod neil cavuto for prime time debate at 9:00 p.m. that is all here on the fox business network. don't miss it. cheryl: hard-liners in iran are believed to behind the arrest of an iranian-american businessman who promoted improved ties between the u.s. and iran. according to people that have been briefed on the situation he was arrested about two weeks ago as he was visiting relatives in tehran from his home base in dubay. he is head of strategic planning at crescent petroleum company. it is believed that opponents of deal with u.s. are trying to
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block foreign investors from entering the islamic republic. nicole: imagine looking out the window of your plane and seeing flames. that is exactly what happened yesterday on dynamic airways plane taxiing for takeoff in fort lauderdale in florida. passengers had to evacuate down the plane's emergency chute through thick clouds of black smoke. at least 15 people were injured, most with just bumps and bruises. a passenger said he was shocked when he looked out the window. >> i was actually like reading on my ipad and my sister starts -- i heard like a bump and i heard people screaming, running to the front. i'm like, what's happening? i turn around and look in the window. like flames all over the turbine of the plane. nicole: not what you want to see. aircraft taxiing behind the boeing 767 reported they saw fuel actually leaking from the aircraft before the fire started. the plane was heading for caracas. cheryl: good job by the crew we
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should say on the evacuation. breaking overnight, two police officers shot in a gunfight with robbery suspect. the officers in tennessee got into a shootout with 18-year-old accused teaing money and guns from a home. one officer was shot several times but hospitalized in stable condition. the one shot in the chest was saved by his bulletproof vest. the suspect died in that shootout. nicole: as we head into the last day of trading looks like october is the best month for u.s. stocks in four years. dow jones industrial average up 9%. s&p 500 up 8.8%. and nasdaq, best of the three, up nearly 10%. great month for october. cheryl: ahead of the opening bell on this friday, again the last day, here is what your futures look like as we move less than four hours away from opening bell here in new york. 17,711, latest read on futures for dow. s&p up four 1/2 in the premarket.
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nicole: asia, mixed bag. hang seng and kospi all pulled back. all the great month of october was because of hopes for further stimulus which is still somewhat on the table. cheryl: in europe let's look how markets are trading because they are still open on this friday. it is lunch time in lovely london. ftse is down eight points. cac 40 in paris up 40. dax in germany up 10. nicole: we're following shares of linkedin today. the shares of professional networking service jumping 12% in extended trading after third quarter profit easily topped expectations. they also raised full-year guidance. shares of starbucks are loner premarket trading after the company issued disappointing earnings guidance for the holiday quarter due to expected hit from the strong u.s. dollar, a theme we've seen from many u.s. companies. the outlook overshadowing impressive outlook. revenue surged 18% from year ago
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to nearly $5 billion thanks to improved traffic and spending in starbucks stores. ab inbev is raising forecast and because of higher than expected shipments of premium beer. they are continuing takeover talks with rival sabmiller. cheryl: coming up in sports the, excuse me, i'm thinking new york. the new england patriots, they crushed miami dolphins and remain unbeaten. let's go to baseball, the new york mets are back home for tonight's crucial game 3 of the world series. we'll have details coming up. what happens when a giant pumpkin rolls down the street in arizona? we'll tell you about it. checking stock index futures, dow, s&p, nasdaq looking a little bit higher on this friday morning, a day ahead of halloween. you're watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets, and boo, breaking news. we're back in a minute. ♪
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cheryl: let's take a look at u.s. stock futures right now ahead of the opening bell. we're pointing to higher open on this friday morning. dow higher by 25. s&p higher by four in the premarket. nicole: my favorite video week, day, whatever you want to call it. it is not even halloween yet and the great pumpkin made appearance in peoria, arizona yesterday. it is 40-foot tall, 325-pound jack-o-lantern. it bounced along multiple lanes of traffic before it got stick beneath a street light poll. it broke free and started rolling against. big easy promotions owner of pumpkin found out about it, got
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in a quarter of a mile away. the city officials said pumpkin broke free from a halloween display. that is why we read it in a fun way. reminder set clocks back for saturday night. fall back. cheryl: only in arizona can a pumpkin get loose. turning now to sports the new england patriots beat the miami dolphins 36-7 last night to become of the first of nfl's five unbeaten teams to reach seven wins. tom brady threw for 356 yards and four tough downs. rob gronkowski had a touch down. deion lewis had 93 yards receiving and one scar. the dolphins completely overmatched against the defending super bowl champions and fell to 3-4. the world series shifts to citi field. the mets face a must-win situations down 3 games to none to the kansas city royals.
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they canceled their scheduled workout after two games with the designated hitter in the american league ballpark, pitchers will have to hit for next three games under national league rules. noah cinder guard is on the mound for the mets and i don't remember dawn noven ture rao. american pharoah at breeder's cup classic is six for seven, coming off a loss in the have veries two months ago. the colt is said to begin a stud career. also follow him on twitter. >> before you head out the door, let's look at your weekend forecast. bring in fox meteorologist maria molina. what have we got, maria. >> good morning. we're tracking unsettled weather for halloween. we have storm system in the west and new mexico. in texas we'll have risk for severe storms including isolated tornadoes. that is something to watch for.
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across the pacific northwest we have another storm system bringing in areas of rain. that will keep things rather wet in places likes washington and oregon as we head into halloween evening. parts of gulf coast up into the midwest you will need umbrellas with the costumes. across the northeast, no issues, nicole and cheryl. if you're headed outlooks like dry weather. temperatures not bad at all for this time of the year. nicole: thanks, maria. sounds great. we'll be right back. my name is anne. tom. brian. krystal. and i am definitely not a robot. i'm one of the real live attorneys you can talk to through legalzoom. whether it's for your business or your personal life, don't let unanswered legal questions hold you up. because we're here. we're here, we're here, and we've got your back. legalzoom. legal help is here.
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nicole: let's look at u.s. stock index futures. we're up 9% across the board. great month for october. best monthly performance in four years. dow futures up 27. s&p up four. we're waiting on key energy earnings from exxon and chevron, dow components, ones to talk. "mornings with maria" starts right now. we say hello to maria bartiromo. maria: good morning, everybody, i'm maria bartiromo. friday, october 30th. with me this morning fox
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business network's dagen mcdowell and "barron's" jack otter. breaking overnight, the senate approving the budget deal. the legislation raising the debt limit and spending levels for the next two years but two presidential candidates expressed their opposition to the deal on the senate floor. >> the number one threat to our country's future is our debt. the number one threat to our national security is our debt. this deal gives the president the power to borrow unlimited amounts of money. >> republican leadership has taken the lead to remove the debt ceiling for barack obama. he will never have to worry about it again. maria: now the bill heads to the president's desk. close call in the pacific meanwhile. the navy launching fighter jets to intercept russian aircraft that were flying near the uss ronald reagan. coming within one nautical mile. more on that news coming up. turning to the markets this morning it is the final trading day of the month. we had a pretty good month of
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october. futures indicating it will end on the upside. we're expecting broader gain for averages, up 25 points for the dow jones industrial average. nasdaq also looking higher. checking early action in europe this morning we have mixed performances. not major moves but certainly broadly to the upside. overnight in asia, let's check equities there. for the asian markets very much a mixed story. nikkei was higher in japan, but hang seng, shanghai, kospi in korea were down. indexes see best monthly performance in six years with hopes of extended easing money policy. a lot of big oil names reporting earnings. chevron and exxonmobil reporting their third quarter later this morning. we'll have numbers for you. in sports last night new england patriots making a statement against the miami dolphins. the pats beating the dolphins 36-7, remaining undefeated on season.

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