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>> inside corner. the royals 2015 world champions. >> nicole: breaking news this morning. beat the new york mets to win the world series. we'll have all the highlights of sports. good morning to you, i'm nicole petallides. >> cheryl: good morning, everyone, i'm cheryl casone. checking u.s. stock market futures, dow pointing higher in the premarket. >> nicole: investigators look at what caused passenger jet.
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>> cheryl: beb bush -- jeb bush makes a goal that he might not be able to keep. we'll tell you about it. >> nicole: make changes to debate's format. >> cheryl: new company hewlett-packard enterprise begins trading today. fbn:am, first look at morning markets and, of course, your day ahead. >> nicole: kansas city royals broke the hearts of new york mets fans. royals celebrated on the mets home field after coming from behind once again. [screams] >>
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>> nicole: we'll have more on the royals win in sports. >> cheryl: crash of russian passenger plane. the aircraft broke up at high altitude. crashed 23 minutes after it took off from egypt's resort all 224 people on board were killed nearly all of them were russian. the wife of the co-pilot husband had complained about the condition. russia also dismissing a claim by isis ha isis had brought down that jet near egypt, excuse me. >> nicole: breaking this morning the search of the missing cargo. transportation board says that the wreckage believed to be from the ship landed upright from the
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floor. the ship disappeared last month during a hurricane, all 33 crew members were lost. >> cheryl: former republican senator thompson died sunday at 70, the former tennessee senator was a key investigator of the watergate scandal. he also started nbc crime drama law and order. >> nicole: jeb can fix it tour. bush is trying to make up for loss ground following disappointing performance at last week's debate. he disagrees with some supporters who think he doesn't have a chance to win.
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>> if they followed me on the campaign trail like last week in new jersey where we had 300 people totally connected and believing in me. i just have to be able to breakthrough the clutter of all the class. i think i can do that. >> nicole: campaigns have agreed to side-step party leaders and try to negotiate over the ground rules for the remaining debates following the controversy of last week's debate at cnbc. also mark your calendar tuesday november 10th, for the fox business, wall street journal debate trish regan, sandra smith. join maria bartiromo and niel cavuto for the prime time debate
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at 9:00 p.m. all right here on the fox business network. >> cheryl: staying on politics, bernie sanders staying on tv ad. the ad highlights his biography and accomplishments as senator. >> climate change, fighting for living wages, equal pay and tuition colleges. >> people are sick and tired of establishment politics and they want real change. >> cheryl: a spokesman said they will spent over $2 million over the next ten days. >> nicole: paul ryan is not willing to work with president obama on comprehension reform. he does not trust the president on the issue.
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>> what i do not believe we should advance comprehensive immigration legislation with the president who has proven untrust worty on this issue. >> cheryl: stocks were trading mix. hang say moving little 1%. nikkei shanghai as well. >> nicole: you see a mix bag. cac 1%. >> cheryl: monday morning of trading. slightly, we will take it. dow pointing higher in premarket, s&p almost up a point. >> nicole: let's take a look at the key commodities. gold down about four bucks at
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the moment. >> cheryl: take a look at your dollar. it's a mix picture against currencies for the u.s. dollar today. >> nicole: 2.04% right now. new day for hewlett-packard intrer enterprise. it will focus on infrastructure while inc will focus on market. hewlett-packard was founded 76 years ago by bill hewlett and david pacard. >> cheryl: we are going to have the jobs report for october. economist are looking for 182,000 jobs which would be inquiries.
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expected to hold steady. report is going to be part of the federal reserve's deliberations at their policy meetings when it weighs whether or not to raise interest rates for the first time since 2006. >> nicole: here is a look at the headlines, let's kick it off with sprint hargt snacks, additional cost cuts. retailers work harder to lower holiday employees. state officials looking to scale back sub said -- subsidies. >> cheryl: it took 30 years that the kansas city royals win the series at the new york mets give up lead. we will have highlight in sports. appropriate for halloween weekend.
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>> nicole: all right, let's get a market check for you. futures down over 60. now off about 11. you some good uk manufacturing numbers. this is after great month of october. >> cheryl: not quite a weekend. the matt damon held the top spot
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with 11.4 million while goosebumps continue to hold second and third spot. hotel round up the top five. disappointing on the fifth one. breaking records taking an $80 million. >> nicole: it's time for sports now. kansas city royals are the world champions of baseball. it was a final heart break for the mets fun. they were down 2 runs and tied the game up. that sent a game into extra innings. single home the tie breaking run. royals for four more times. they beat the mets 7-2 for first world series championship since 1985.
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denver broncos kept season alive. tied brett favre nfl word -- record. 7-0 for the first time since they won the super bowl. seattle seahawks 13-12 last night. russell wilson for the game only touchdown and late drive for winning field goal. seahawkses are back to 0-2 start. it's cowboys fifth loss without tony romo. ended up with suspension for the team. eight laterals. suspended the team after finding they cometted a series of errors
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. >> cheryl: it looks like a rugby match. [laughter] >> cheryl: thousands of runners out yesterday. 29-year-old won the men's division in two hours and ten minutes and 34 seconds and on the side, finished in two hours and 24 minutes and 25 seconds. great day r ruing yesrday nice: ieed,ominup j sh mes aoldrediion. >> i want oh them to focus on winning new jersey and secretary kerry, winning iowa, winning nevada. that's our first mission. >> nicole: bernie sanders first tv ad of his campaign and the search for the missing cargo ship el faro.
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>> inside corner. the royals 2015 world champions. >> cheryl: breaking news this morning. kansas city royals break a 30-year drought. we are going to have all the sports highlights. good morning, i'm cheryl casone. >> nicole: good morning, i'm nicole petallides. stocks searching for direction.
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we will check out the u.s. stack market futures after a great month of october, a mix bag here. dow futures up about 6. >> cheryl: investigators look at what caused a passenger jet to break in egypt. >> nicole: jeb bush makes a bold prediction on the campaign, but is it a promise he can keep, we will tell you about it. >> cheryl: gop met last night to push for changes in format. >> nicole: good morning, welcome to fap, --
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>> cheryl: they won the world series but sent their own fans to jubilation after coming from behind once again. >> cheryl: royals were down two runs in ninth running and tie it had game, that's sent to game into extra inning. tie-breaking run and the royals scored four more times. they beat the mets 7-2 for first world series championship. >> nicole: looking for answers after crash of russian passenger plane in egypt. aircraft broke up at high altitude. metro jet crashed 23 minutes after it took off from egypt's
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red sea resort. all 224 people on board were killed. nearly all of them were russian. the wife of the co-pilot says her husband had complained of the plane's condition. the plane was in good shape. russia also dismissing a claim by isis that it brought down the jets. >> cheryl: also breaking this morning, the search for the missing cargo ship el faro maybe over. wreckage believed to be from the ship landed upright near the bahamas, trying to recover black box. ship disappeared last month, 33 crew members were lost. >> nicole: former republican fred senator thompson died at the age of 73 from a recurrence of lymphoma.
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was a ski investigator of watergate scandal. thompson was a well actor appearing in films such as die hard two, the hunt for red october and nbc crime drama law and order. >> cheryl: big fan of his. jeb bush rebooting campaign today with a jeb can fix it tour. showing a more personal side of the presidential candidate. a drop in the polls, he told nbc chuck todd he disagrees with some supporters that think he doesn't have the drive to win. >> if they followed me on the campaign trail in new jersey where we had -- new hampshire, where we had 300 people. i think i can do that.
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>> cheryl: separately campaigns have agreed to sidestep and try to negotiate directly with television networks over the ground rules for the remaining debates following controversy over last week's cnbc event. you want to make sure you watch mornings with maria today, presidential chris christie duri 8:0a.m.our. thenariaartimo a nie cavu forhe pme teebat 9:00 p.m., all about business and all right here on the fox business network. >> nicole: bernie sanders launching first tv ad of democratic campaign which will air in iowa and new hampshire. >> taking on wall street and --.
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fighting for equal wages. >> people are sick and tired of establishment politics and they want real change. >> nicole: a spokesman for sanders campaign said they will spent more than $2 million over the next ten days. >> cheryl: president obama due to sign a two-year budget deal today. prevent default and lower the risk of a government shutdown in december. suspends the limit and increases by more than $80 billion over the next two years. >> nicole: all right, let's check out the markets in asia. mostly lower today. closer look at business markets. tracy chang, good morning to you. chinese television station.
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>> tracy: good morning, ladies. change -- shanghai down. hong kong stocks are lower as well as a result of also profit pressure, news reported the arrest of two hong kong executives who work for hedge funds for future tradings activities. moving to tokyo, stocks are down 2.1% and worries about china also brought all the retail stocks and over in south korea, kospi, prospect of trilateral agreement. back to you. >> nicole: thank you so much. you did have the nikkei about 10% last month.
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let's take a look at the global action that we are seeing. uk manufacturing number that wowed everyone. ftse pulling back about almost a half of percent. >> cheryl: take a look at the markets opening today, dow pointing higher by 8 points in the premarket. s&p looking flat right now, just went down 2.5 and nasdaq is pointing up by 2 points. china rolling out its first home grown passenger jet, much delay plan and the air bust 83 models, more than half of the aircrafts colonelly in service. the commercial aircraft that the knew jet has 500 orders mostly from domestic firms. >> nicole: and it's a new day
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for hewlett-packard, hewlett-packard enterprise will begin today, hpe will focus on infrastructure, ph, inc will concentrate on printers and pc's. will ring the opening bell this morning at the new york stock exchange. hewlett-packard was founded 76 years ago by bill hewlett and david packard. >> cheryl: before you head out the door let's take a look at the fore cost with maria molina. good morning, maria. >> maria: good morning, cheryl. i want to take you farther south because we had a storm system that brought significant flooding and severe weather along parts of the gulf coast and also into texas. today the storm is on the move and bringing rain to the florida panhandle and part of carolinas. luckily over 6-inches of rain
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possible over the next few days. that's going to be a big concern. some severe weather would also be possible out here with damaging winds and isolated tornadoes being a concern. a little bit chilly, chilly also further west. let's head over to you, cheryl. >> cheryl: thank you, maria. >> nicole: kids using mobile devices before their very first birthday. we will have the results of that. we have jobs this week, dow futures up 7, nasdaq futures up as well, but the s&p unchanged. you are watching fbn:am, morning markets and breaking news. ♪ ♪ ♪
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>> cheryl: let's take a u.s. stack market futures on monday. here are how the markets are pointing. dow pointing higher, s&p up one and a quarter. >> nicole: what do you think of this one? young children are being left alone with technology. parents in philadelphia found that three quarters of their children had their own tablets, own smart phones or ipods by the
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age of four and use the devices without supervision. now experts and doctors say that while the interactive apps can help kids learn they are more concerned with the kids being unsupervised. other concerns are allowing children to use devices when they are in bed. some experts say that it is far from clear if electronic devices actually harm the children and one profess or said that children need more laughs an apps. >> cheryl: go out in the yard, it's not a scary place. ever think about eating more cabbedy than -- candy than you should? a family left a note that said help yourself. most kids only took a few pieces but this woman left nothing for training or treaters. >> that is so wrong.
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take one and be gone. go on your way. not nice. gop presidential candidates jeb bush makes a bold prediction, we will have a story. investigators search for russian passenger jet in egypt, dismissing claims by isis that brought down the plane. we will have the latest in search for the answers. they went up from red to green, nasdaq up 4. you are watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪ ♪ ♪
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>> inside corner. the royals 2015 world champions. nick income breaking news this morning, the kansas city royals break a 30-year drought and beat
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the new york mets to win the world series. we'll have all of the sports highlights for you. good morning, i'm nicole petallides. >> cheryl: and good morning, everyone, i'm cheryl casone, well, after a gang buster october stock searches for direction this monday morning. checking market futures today. less than four hours away, dow pointing higher and s&p looking higher one and a quarter. >> nicole: russia dismissing claims by isis that they shot it down. >> cheryl: jeb bush makes a bold prediction, is it a promise he can keep? we will tell you all about it. >> nicole: gop met to push in changes in debate format. >> cheryl: opening bell in the new york stock exchange with new company hewlett-packard enterprise begins trading, we will have that story, i won't
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make any star trek jokes. what to expect for your day ahead. >> nicole: let's kick it off with this. kansas city royals are the 2015 world series champions. mets blue a 2-0 lead and the royals won it in 12th inning, royals broke the hearts of new york mets fans, royals celebrated on the mets' hold field after coming from behind once again. >> nicole: single home tie-breaking run and royals scored four more times and beat 7-2 for the first world series championships in 1985. >> big sports weekend. also breaking this morning investigators looking for
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answers following a crash of a russian passenger plane this weekend. the aircraft broke up at high altitude. metro jet crashed 23 minutes, all people on board were killed and all of them were russian. wife of co-pilot says her husband had complained about the condition. the plane was in good shape. russia also dismissing a claim by isis that it brought down that jet. >> nicole: breaking news this morning, search for missing cargo ship el faro may be over. indicates that the wreckage believed from the ship landed upright on the ocean floor near the badge -- bahamas. the ship disappeared last month during hurricane and all 33 crew members were lost.
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>> cheryl: jeb bush rebooting campaign with a jeb can fix it tour. bush is trying to make up for loss ground following a disappointing performance at last week's debate and drop in the polls. he disagrees with some supporters that think that he doesn't have the drive to win. >> if they followed me on the campaign trail last like week in new hampshire where we had 300 people totally connected, totally believing in me, i think athey would see a different candidate. i just have to be able to breakthrough the clutter of all the class and i think i can do that. >> cheryl: campaigns have agreed to sidestep party leaders over the ground rules for remaining debate, following controversy over last week's cnbc debate. well, you want to make sure you watch mornings with maria, maria
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is going to have a sit-down interview with gop presidential hopeful chris christie, mark your calendar for the fox business/wall street debate. join maria bartiromo and niel cavuto for prime time debate, that's 9:00 p.m. eastern time. it's all about business and all right here on the fox business network. >> nicole: bernie sanders launching first tv ad which will air in iowa and in new hampshire. highlights biography and accomplishments as senator. >> taking on wall street in a corrupt political system funded by over a million contributions, tackling climate change. >> people are sick and tired of establishment politics and they want real change. >> nicole: a spokesman for
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campaign said they will spend more than $2 million over the next ten days. >> cheryl: let's get you caught up on global market action, overnight, kind of a mix bag overseas, hang seng down, shanghai down almost 2% and kospi with a quick gain, over in asia. >> nicole: showing contraction for the third month in a row. ftse pulling back and cac and dax up. >> cheryl: u.s. stack market futures looking like this on your monday. a new day for hewlett-packard. they will start trading today separately from hpe. hpe will focus on infrastructure for the corporate market while phe will concentrate on pc's for the consumer market. ring the opening bell this
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morning at the new york stock exchange. funded by dave hewlett and packard. >> nicole: job report for the month of october. 182,000 jobs which will be increase from september's number. unemployment rate is expected to hold steady, report will be part of federal reserve deliberations in policy meeting, we'll have janet speaking this week on wednesday as well. >> cheryl: top headlines, sprint target snacks and also some additional cost cuts. retailers, lower holiday employees, tougher this year to find the people to work at the stores and finally third headline, gop hopefulls hunt
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pheasants. big power broker in hawk eyed state. >> nicole: coming up. took 30 years, kansas city royals finally win the world series. >> inside corner! the royals 2015 world champions! >> nicole: new york mets gave up another late-game lead. we will have all the sports highlights. and how appropriate for holiday weekend? martians and monsters topped the weekend's box off. let's see the u.s. stack futures. dow futures were down over 60, right now we are seeing up arrows, dow up 15. you are watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪ ♪
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♪ ♪ >> cheryl: let's get you caught up on global action market. overnight to asia, a mix picture. hang seng and kospi gaining just a little bit. >> nicole: we are seeing the ftse pull back. dax up over a half of percent. so that's what we are seeing in europe so far. >> cheryl: here in the u.s., looks like a positive opening. dow pointing higher by 17 in the premarket, s&p up by a point. >> nicole: look at s&p commodities.
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oil 46, down one and a half percent. also pulling back. holiday weekend left movie theaters a little ghostly halloween did not help out any films leaving the tops 2 movies tallying year worst. $62million. martian held the top spot for the third straight week. 11.4million, goosebumps and bridge of spies continue holding down second and third spots. bradley cooper's new movie round up the top five. overseas the new james bond is breaking records taking $80.4 million. specter opens right here in the united states this friday november 6th. >> cheryl: all right, time for some sports. kansas city royals are the world champions of baseball. the royals were down two runs in the ninth inning and tie it had
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game off. that sent the game into extra innings. single home, tie breaking run and scored four more times. first world series championship. hosmer described the big moment. >> came back and won world championship, words can't describe how awesome this feels right now. i couldn't have done it with a better bunch of guys. >> cheryl: 333 yards to help oakland beat new york jets. raiders shutdown the jets running game. oakland is 4-3, 12-year run of no winning record. talk about high-scoring game. 52-49. drew brees passed for career
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high and nfl record tieing seven touchdowns. 50-yard field goal. it was incredible. and that gave the saints the win. five seconds in the win. 13 scoring passes. >> nicole: and thousands of spectators and runners in the new york city marathon, 29-year-old of kenya won the men's division in two hours 10 minutes and 32 seconds. finished in two hours 24 minutes and 25 seconds, congratulations to them. >> cheryl: that's great weather. >> nicole: beautiful day. >> cheryl: that was the best weather that i have seen in a decade for that race. before you head out the door let's take a look at the forecast with maria molina. >> maria: hello everybody at home. we are tracking extreme weather
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today because we had a storm system that produced significant flooding and tornadoes aparts southern plains and today it is going to bring weather to parts of the southeast. southeastern alabama, georgia and parts of the carolinas. 3-6-inches possible, but locally 8-inches will be possible. that's a big concern across the carolinas. severe threat with isolated tornadoes possible with those storms. temperaturewise this morning, chilly side on the midwest, 40's and 50's, as we head further west across the rockies, we are going to see now in higher elevations accumulating significant as much as 6-inches, temperatures on the chilly, 37, not too bad in denver,
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48-degrees and quick look at your forecast high temperatures across the nation, plains, not bat -- bad at all, 70's and 80's. >> cheryl: coming back we are going to run global action before we hand it over to mornings with maria. stay with us. ♪tlights ♪ ♪ we wanted to restore our lighting system in the city. you can have the greatest dreams in the world, but unless you can finance those dreams, it doesn't happen. at the time that the bankruptcy filing was done, the public lighting authority had a hard time of finding a bank. citi did not run away from the table like some other bankers did. citi had the strength to help us go to the credit markets and raise the money. it's a brighter day in detroit.
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>> nicole: let's take a look at european markets. we had weak markets in china manufacturing. the cac and dax to the upside. dow futures up and s&p a and a half and looking at commodities oil and gold are pulling back this morning. now it's time for mornings with maria and good morning to you maria bartiromo. >> maria: hey, there, nicole. it is monday november 2nd, with me this hour dagen mcdowell,
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keith mccullough, russian airline crushing 224 people on board. the cause very much now in question. moscow says the passenger jet broke up in midair. isis is claiming responsibility for the disaster. seems like no one believes isis. egyptian government is not pulling that out. more of the story developing ahead. >> what i do not believe is we should advance comprehensive legislation with the president as seemed untrustworthy on this issue. >> maria: making rounds on the sunday programs this weekend. taking one big agenda item off the table for the foreseeable future. immigration vote may not come up until at least 2017.
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till the campaign trail we go. effort to sidestep is republican national committee with the tv networks directly. details of several changes will be revealed in several days. first trading day of the new month. futures showing a mix market. higher opening. check your action. fiction story there. largely to the upside. paris up a fraction as dax index in germany. in asia overnight, markets look like this and as you can see it was a lower performance for the major asian averages, down better than 2% overnight. manufacturing data out of china set the tone for the other asian markets. a couple of stocks to watch this morning.

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