90% that a bomb brought down the russian jet over egypt. >> cheryl: u.s. customers to try to rebuild trust. is it enough? >> nicole: weekend box office this weekend. we have all the numbers. >> cheryl: indianapolis colts, we are going to have details for you. latest breaking news and what to expect in your day ahead. >> nicole: ben carson and donald trump clashing over recent scrutiny about retired neurosurgeon's, he never applied
to the military, carson slamming the media calling the scrutiny a witch hunt. >> every single day or every other day, you said this when you were 13 and you did this and the whole point is to distract, distract me. if you have a real scandal, something that's really important, let's talk about that. >> nicole: his rival donald trump questioning carson's honesty. >> he wrote it, i didn't write it. you know, you're going to have to explain a lot of things away, scholarship away with westmor westmoreland when he wasn't there. >> nicole: don't forget to tune in for the republican debate.
sandra smith, trish regan will kickoff first debate and then join niel cavuto and maria bartiromo and wall street journals gerard baker. >> cheryl: new developments this morning in the investigation of russian crash. 90% noise heard was an explosion caused by a bomb. chairman of the homeland committee says there is enough evidence that a bomb caused the disaster. >> in addition to the u.s. and uk intelligence that we received, i think all indicators are pointing to the fact that this was isis putting a bomb on an airplane. >> cheryl: congressman said tsa
has been tightening security around the united states. >> nicole: president obama meeting with netanyahu, first meeting in a year. topics will include security, suggested that president obama is ant similar -- antisimatic. a resolution to the recent wave of violence. >> cheryl: volkswagen stepping up efforts, 1200 in cash to diesel car owners, plans to issue two debit cards, a cash card worth $500 and 550 linked to purchased at vw.
owners taking compensation for the decrease resale value and audi vehicle that is were equipped with illegal software. >> nicole: indeed. all right. there's a deal in the timber industry warehouse buying for $8.4 billion in stock. largest timber, land and forest company in the united states. the company will keep name and more than 13 million acres of timberland. it will buy two and a half billion dollars of stock after the deal closes. >> cheryl: good old merger monday to kick things off. the action there overnight. first let's start with asia. asia markets shanghai and nikkei actually strong performance.
>> nicole: ftse ftse up and dax down 11. one tenth of 1%. >> cheryl: here in the u.s. monday morning. here is what u.s. market stock futures look like. dow pointing low by 33 points this morning, s&p pointing lower by 4 and three quarters in the premarket. >> nicole: let's look at gold. we see up arrows. oil up and gold 1093, just over 5 bucks. >> cheryl: here is the dollar trading, euro and pound gaining against the dollar but the canadian dollar, peso and yeb all negative to flat against the u.s. >> nicole: we talked about last week's job report. look at this 2.33% right now in
the ten-year bond. >> cheryl: after last friday's strong job report, producer price index for october expected to be up two tenths of 1%. the court ppi's is expected to be up 1%. with black friday right around the corner, expected to be up 3 tenths, now, without possible rake hike in december, nicole mentioned stanley fisher will all be speaking, on thursday janet yellen will be speaking. >> nicole: this week will be a big week for consumer companies. 40 companies are due to report
earnings, retailers reporting include macy's on wednesday and nordstroms, jc penny. jc penny expected a loss. >> cheryl: wall street bonuses are expect today fall this year because bonus are expected to drop 5-10% last year. private equity and m&a work. the biggest job of their bonus pay down 10-20%. bonuses is the the crux of what these guys do. >> nicole: that's right. u.s. targets soring claim to
military health programs. led to higher effective tax rate and new york washington maglev train gets first federal funds. $28million for this project. a fraction of the overall cost. >> cheryl: nice to see that happening, that activity. coming up the weekend box office went old school. >> okay, snoopy, let's do this. are you serious. [laughter] >> cheryl: charlie brown makes a nice debut on the screen. wasn't enough to derail james bond specter. we will have all the numbers for you. the steelers lose quarterback big ben to injuries again. details coming up. index futures, dow, s&p and
in panama, which is a city of roughly 2 million people, we are having 5,000 new cars being sold every month. 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.
peanuts movie took 45 million and the martian held for four weeks with $9.3 million. >> nicole: turning down to sports, denver broncos with no longer undefeated. indianapolis colts beat. andrew luck, return from injury lasted two full games. steelers win over oakland raiders yesterday. two seconds left. big ben is expect today miss at least a few weeks, folks. eli manning with 32-18 win, man
manning. number one team. knocked ohio buckeyes. alabama moved up to number three spot after beating lsu on saturday. sorry, ohio state. >> cheryl: futures pointing to a slightly lower open this morning. dow pointing about 46 points right now. s&p down 6 and nasdaq pointing lower by 1 # and a half. >> nicole: coming up one day from debate.
dr. carson on the attacks over the questions about his past. >> why do people put this stuff out there to make the accusati accusation. you said this when you were in kindergarten. give me a break. >> nicole: check out these photos. a giant hole outside of pancake restaurant. 12 swallowed up. >> cheryl: giant ihop. ♪ ♪ ♪
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>> cheryl: breaking news this morning. we are just one day away from the fox business wall street journal debate and ben carson as donald trump square off on latest issue. live preview from the debate from milwaukee. good morning, everyone, i'm cheryl casone. >> nicole: good morning, everyone, i'm nicole petallides. let's check u.s. stock market futures. we have some down arrows. s&p down almost 6. >> cheryl: 90% a bomb brought down jet over egypt. >> nicole: getting ready to pay customers cash to rebuild the trust, but is it enough. we will have the story? >> cheryl: we are going to have all the numbers for you.
>> nicole: and in sports the indianapolis colts land broncos first loss of the season. coming up for you. welcome to fbn:am, first look at what's moving and what to expect ahead. >> cheryl: we are one day from the big presidential debate hosted by the fox business network and the wall street journal. ben carson, donald trump, are clashing right now over recent scrutiny about the retired neurosurgeon's story. carson also slamming the media, calling the scrutiny a witch-hunt. >> every single day or every other day or every other week, you are going to come up, you
said this when you were kindergarten, you said this when you were 13. if you have a real scandal, something that's really important, let's talk about that. >> cheryl: his rival donald trump questioning carson's honesty. >> he wrote it, i didn't write it, but you know, he's going to have to explain the scholarship situation and the dinner with westmoreland when he wasn't there. >> cheryl: maria is going to be live from milwaukee, don't forget tomorrow night the fox business wall street journal republican debate is live. sandra smith, trish regan ger -- all of that right here in the
fox business network. >> nicole: investigators in egypt are 90% sure, the noise in recording was an explosion caused by a bomb. homeland security says there's enough evidence that a bomb caused the disaster. >> in addition to the u.s. and uk intelligence that we've received, all indicators are pointing to the fact that this was isis putting a bomb on an airplane. >> nicole: congressman saying tsa has been tightening planes bound to united states. >> cheryl: president obama meeting netanyahu today. topics will include country security. suggested that president obama is ant -- antisemitic.
seek a lirm solution to the recent wave of violence. >> nicole: volkswagen stepping up efforts to building customers' trust, vw will offer $1,250 in cash to owners of u.s. diesel cars. cash card worth 500 and another $750 linked to purchases at wv dealership. seeking companies sayings of about 500vw and audi vehicles that were equipped with the illegal software that was meant to cheat, what happens the missions.
>> cheryl: let's start with asia. china and japan had strong perform -- performances overnight. >> nicole: cac and dax to the downside. just over half of 1%. >> cheryl: here in the u.s. monday morning, stock futures to the lower open. nasdaq down 12 and a half. >> nicole: before you head out the door let's take a look at monday morning forecast with fox meteorologist maria molina. >> maria: good morning to you cheryl and nicole. it's bringing rain across places like georgia and florida and even carolinas. eventually this moisture is going to be moving to the mid
atlantic today. you are going to need umbrellas coming up here in big chunk of northwest. you are pretty chilly in midwest. temperatures in the low 30's in cleveland and chicago, you are dealing with that rain, we have cool temperatures, quite uncomfortable out there. 47 in atlanta. here is a quick look at forecast, temperatures across the nations, 60's in kansas city and dallas. >> cheryl: coming up pinterest sharpsness with new feature. we are going to tell you about it. we are going to have the story of a giant sink hole. 12 cared -- cars swallowed up.
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seven and a half. >> cheryl: inching a little lower in the last few minutes. well, pinterest plans to introduce a new feature today that will let you search without using text. it will allow you to select a portion on image on screen and see other examples of what you selected in similar styles and colors. >> nicole: nice. new ihop restaurant in mississippi has a new part, parking lot swallowing cars, trucks, suv's, the town received 12-inches of rain, expected to
work today to find out the cause of the collapse. >> cheryl: amazing no one was hurt, injured. the cups were released on sunday, instead of decorated cup shades of gray and logo. this year not so much, people are showing their displeasure on social media and former arizona pastor posted a video telling people to have starbucks write merry christmas. >> nicole: it's supposed to be sanctuary, calm, the question is whether you like it. coming up, we are just one day ahead from republican debate in milwaukee, front runners ben carson and donald trump trade
pumps and dr. carson on the attack about questions about his past. >> why do people put this stuff out there, when it's disproven, let's talk about something else, you said this when you were in kindergarten. give me a break. >> nicole: we will have a live report from the site of tomorrow's debate. right now dow futures down about 52, s&p futures down 7 and nasdaq futures down 7. you're watching fbn:am, your first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪ ♪ ♪
business journal republican debate. ben carson and donald trump square off on the latest issue. we will have a live preview from milwaukee. good morning, i'm nicole petallides. >> cheryl: and good morning, everyone, i'm cheryl casone, a strong job's report could mean interest hike. the dow, s&p and nasdaq all pointing down lower. dow pointing lower 58 points and s&p 7 and a quarter. >> nicole: investigators are 90% certain that a bomb brought down russian jet over egypt. >> cheryl: volkswagen ready to pay cash to rebuild trust, but is it enough? we are going to have that story. >> nicole: james brown and charlie brown bring some light in box office this weekend. >> cheryl: colts hand denver broncos first lost of the
season. we are going to have details coming up. welcome to fbn:am, first look at what's moving in today's market and what to expect on your day ahead. >> nicole: republican candidates gereing -- gearing up for the crucial event. retired neurosurgeon is to face tough questions about life story. good morning, to you blake. >> blake: hi there, nicole, cheryl. all the action will take place over my shoulder, the candidates will start trickling in here throughout the day and tomorrow as well. 12 candidates here in milwaukee tomorrow night. the focus over the weekend remain squarely on one. dr. ben carson, and many of the details in his book that are now
being questioned by some outlets about whether or not they are completely true. as you know, carson has the story of being raised in poverty and becoming a neurosurgeon and now presidential candidate. in the last few days several outlets have began to question and carson has had to defend the stories from the point in between. over the weekend carson hit the sunday morning talk show and began to scrutinize the scrutiny surrounding himself. take a listen. >> i have always said that i expect to be better, but being em -- i have not seen that with anyone else. if you could show me where that's happened with somebody else, i will take that statement
back. >> blake: donald trump has gun to attack carson and this issue has been the focus of some of those attacks. trump was on sunday morning talk shows as well and continued to hit carson on this line of attack. take a listen. >> when you say you hit your mother with a hammer or tried to or you write a book that you have a pathological disease. pathological disease is not cured. >> blake: we'll see if any of the issues are brought up. carson and trump not the only two on stage. the 9:00 o'clock debate will feature eight candidates. marco rubio and ted cruz who have seen a rise in the poll since the debate in colorado last week, also fiorina, bush, paul and kasich.
also at 7:00 o'clock, four candidates, chris christie, huckabee and jindal and santorum. >> nicole: grate reporting. make sure to tune in tomorrow night for the wall street journal republican debate. niel cavuto and maria bartiromo and wall street journal gerard baker. that's all right here in the fox business network. >> cheryl: there are some new developments in investigation into the russian jet plane. they're, quote, 90% sure noise was explosion caused by bomb. there's enough evidence that a bomb caused this disaster. >> in addition to the u.s. and
uk intelligence that we've received, i think all indicators are pointing to the fact that this was isis putting a bomb on an airplane. >> cheryl: congress also saying that tsa has been tightening security about planes bound for the united states. >> nicole: president obama meeting with netanyahu today. it's the first meeting in a year. topics will include country's security, spokesman suggested that for obama is ant -- antisemitic, seek a long-term solution to the recent wave of violence. >> cheryl: volkswagen stepping up their efforts to rebuild customers' trust. they will offer $1,250 in cash.
they plan to issue two debit cards. a cash card worth $500 and 750 to purchases linked to dealership. 500,000vw vehicles. >> nicole: let's get you caught up in the global action that we have seen overnight. you are seeing shanghai up almost 2%. hang seng and kospi pulling back but they've had a good run. >> cheryl: cac 40 in paris and dax in germany down 37. >> nicole: stock market futures
improving but down, s&p down six and a half and nasdaq down 11. >> cheryl: surprisingly strong job's report, the major report this week are due out on friday. producer price index for october two tenths of 1% after being down 1% in september. we are going to get a look at october retail sales this friday. they are expected to be up. that follows increase of one tenth in september. possible rate hike looming in december, three fed district presidents and fisher all going to be speaking this week. janet yellen is going to open remarks at the feds and politics listening to what she has to say. >> nicole: that's right. big week for consumer companies. companies are due to report
earnings, retailers reporting include macy's on wednesday, nordstrom and kohl's on thursday. jc spenty is expected to report loss. innordstrom and kohl's to top estimates. >> cheryl: wall street bonuses expect today fall this year because of turmoil in the market. bonuses are expect today drop, get this, 5-10% from last year. that would be the first decline in four years. now, according to report bonds are going to see drop in bonus pay, down 10-20%. not a lot of activity in the bond market. >> nicole: you're absolutely right. take a look at headlines of the wall street journal. u.s. targets soring to military
health program. new york-washington maglev train gets first federal funds, approving $28 million for this project. a fraction of the overall cost. >> cheryl: yeah, it's going to cost a lot more than that. >> nicole: that's right. the weekend box office that we have to show you. >> okay, snoopy, let's do this. are you serious? >> nicole: charlie brown makes a nice debut on the screen. we will have all the numbers for you. indianapolis colts hand denver broncos the first lost of the season. and the steelers lose quarterback to injury once again. details coming up. dow futures down 45 and s&p down over 6, you are watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news.
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>> look, there's a new kid moving in. >> i just hope the new kid has never heard of me. this time things will be different. >> he did it. >> nicole: that's a rough start, charlie brown. helped fueled box office in three months. the new 007 movie and peanuts movie made strong debuts despite competition from each other.
peanuts movie took in $45 million. martian was booted from the top spot, it held for four weeks, came third with 9.3 million. >> cheryl: turning to sports, denver broncos are no longer undefeated. colts ended three-game losing streak. tie-breaking field goal with 6:13 to play. the colts stayed on top. patriots, panthers and bengals all won. steelers won the game but lost rothlisberger again. he suffered a mid-foot sprain. chris hit 18-yard field goal. big ben expected to miss at least a few weeks before injuries can heal.
two touchdowns and move passed hall of famers. philadelphia eagles beat the dallas cowboys in overtime last night. 41-yard touchdown for first win. six loss in a row for the cowboys. they don't have tony romo, just so that everyone is clear. he's going to misone more game. >> nicole: let's take a look at u.s. stock index futures after six weeks of gains, dow futures down 48, s&p futures down 7. >> cheryl: before you head out the door, let's take a look at your monday morning forecast, fox meteorologist maria molina. >> maria: good morning, farther west to california, we are going
to be tracking the snow coming through. skiers are going to be happy out west. people out here are not going to be too happy. we are dealing with an area of low pressure. it's going to slow down the commute from georgia to carolinas. and temperatures across the southeast are very chilly out there. you're only in the 40's in atlanta, but temperatures across the plains are going to be pleasant. kansas city 62, very pleasant, get out there and enjoy it. >> cheryl: coming up we are going to run global morning action before we hand it over to maria bartiromo. she is live from milwaukee. stay with us. ♪t you ca
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>> nicole: all right, we are talking asia, japan with two and a half month's high. copper pulling back there. shanghai you saw up arrows there. ftse up and cac and dax pulling down. s&p down close to 7. we are taking look at commodities. 5% each last week. both are looking up a half of percent at the moment. now it is time with mornings with maria. we go over live to milwaukee to maria bartiromo where the debates will occur. we are looking forward to it. good morning, maria. >> maria: hey, there's nicole. it is monday november 9th. the site of tomorrow's republican presidential debate hosted by the fox business network and wall street.
here your top stories first on 6:00 a.m. on the east coast. political hit jobs after claims made in his book. >> every single day or every other day or every week they are going to come out, well, you said this and you did this and the whole point is to distract, distract me. if you have something that's important, let's talk about that . >> maria: dr. ben carson will join us live in the 8:00 a.m. join us with dr. ben carson coming up in the program. more deal flow happening. lots of merger in the energy space. the markets are expected to open
lower. nasdaq and s&p 500 also selling pressure this monday morning. let's take a look at the action in europe. german down quarter of percent. ftse 100 is up. markets in asia this morning, closing mix. nikkei in japan up almost 2%. hang seng and hong kong lower and kospi weaker overnight. >> and fire and it's caught in the run. inside the end zone for a touchdown to win the game. >> maria: philadelphia eagles a fourth-quarter comeback against the dallas cowboys in overtime. game winner.