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nicole: breaking news this morning, pentagon airstrikes target notorious isis killer "jihadi john." we'll find out if they got their man. good morns, i'm nicole petallides. cheryl: good morning i'm cheryl casone. we'll see what candidates had to say to handle isis during the "wall street journal" debate. nicole: nasdaq is down five. cheryl: yesterday's selloff sparked in part by fears of a december rate hike by the fed.
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we'll see how policymakers are responding to some of the concerns expressed by the gop dan dates during the debate. nicole: the film "goodfellas" was about the notorious lufthansa heist. but the man they thought behind it is free. cheryl: rex ryan returns to the meadowlands and gets payback, with his buffalo bills. we'll have highlights on "fbn:am," the latest in breaking news and markets and what to expect in days ahead. nicole: breaking news this morning, a us air strike targeting the notorious isis member "jihadi john." he was involved in the deaths of american journalist steven
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sotloff. an official said "jihadi john" was evaporated. the strike hit a vehicle carrying him in northern syria. the battle against isis was one of the main tommics during the tuesday night's fox business gop presidential debate. >> they are coming for us. they recruit americans using social media. they don't haste us simply because we support israel. they hate us because of our values. they hate us because our girls go to school. they hate us because women drive in the united states. >> they hate us to destroy our way of life in the united states. we have to make them looks like losers because that is the way they gather a lot of influence. nicole: officials say "jihadi john" studied computer science at a university in london before leaving for syria in 2013. cheryl: on the campaign trail donald trump pointing to rival
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ben carson's own descriptions of his pathological temper as a young man. in an interview with cnn. he said a pathological temper can not be cured and very serious disease. in a rally iowa trump slamming other republican candidates for their performances in tuesday night's debate on fox business. >> i'm telling carly, whatever the hell her name is, fiorina, will you stop cutting in? no, everybody that talks she cuts in, cuts in. kasich, i have a headache from thisfy guy. in fact i actually said, let jeb bush talk! it's true. cheryl: meanwhile carly fiorina hitting trump on facebook, all the money in the world won't make you as smart as ben carson. nicole: aging mobster acquitted of charges that he helped plan the 1978 lufthansa heist. the case was retold in the hit mafia movie, "goodfellas.."
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federal prosecutors charged vincent a zaro in 2014 after his cousin implicated him in the $6 million robbery, the largest in u.s. history. the 80 yearly believes jurors found him not guilty because the prosecution's case was quote, overkill. >> i would like to thank my two lawyers. without them i wouldn't be here now. i would like to thank the u.s. marshal's service for treating me great. i'm dying to get home. what i plan to do? have a good meal. see my family. nicole: his defense team accused prosecutors of relying on paid informants. cheryl: top federal official responding to some criticism from republican presidential candidates in today's fox business/"wall street journal" debate about the fed's power and independence. rand paul claiming that the central bank played a role of growing problem of income inequality. >> by artificially keeping interest rates below the market rate, average ordinary citizens have a tough time earning
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interest and making money. they're talking about negative interest. cheryl: but st. louis fed president james bullard defending how the central bank has performed. >> i appreciate the candidates interest in the fed. we have certain way of thinking what a zero interest rate policy would do and i think, after seven years you have to start to rethink a little bit what your traditional model is saying and what the empirical evidence is saying. that is why i presented it this way. cheryl: bullard speaking at a conference in washington, d.c. repeated his call for the fed to raise interest rates at next month's meeting. >> let's get you caught up on the global market action overnight. looking at asia, you see all down arrows. shanghai down 1.5%. kospi down 1%. cheryl: did those losses spill over into europe? europe is trading right now somewhat. ftse down 31. dax buck the trend higher by 21 point. nicole: let's check out stock
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index futures. poised to stop the winning streak. s&p futures just up over two, but the nasdaq looking down about three. cheryl: checking some key commodities for you this morning taking first look at oil, we're at 41.9. we're up 21 cents. we have oil really pulled back a lot more towards the $40 mark. gold higher by a buck 90. nicole: here is look at u.s. dollar. we talk about strong u.s. dollar a theme and continues. green back is stronger against the euro, u.k. pound and japanese yen as well. cheryl: yield on 10-year treasury is 2.3%. that is actually down six basis points. nicole: how about cisco systems, one of the stocks we're certainly watching, dow component. shares tumbling in 5% after extended trading avnet work equipment-maker issued disappointing forecast for the current quarter. cisco citing lower orders due to economic uncertainty.
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adjusting profit and revenue for latest quarter did beat expectations. nordstrom plunging 20% after the upscale department store cut profit and sales forecast. third quarter results missed expectations. nordstrom is the latest chain to warn of weak spending by consumers heading into this key holiday season. cheryl: well, speaking of that holiday, retail sector will be in focus this morning. jcpenney is out with the latest earnings before the opening bell. analysts expect the company to post a net loss but not as much of a loss as it reported in same quarter last year. revenue expected to rise slightly for the most recent quarter. we'll see. government will release the retail sales report. expectations they will rise .3 of 1% of september when volatile cost of food and gas are moved increase of .4 of 1% is expected.
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we'll see. nicole: protesters protesting across the country. neil cavuto with a activist demanding everything for free. >> how is that going to be paid? >> great question. i mean so you know -- >> if you wanted all that stuff, someone has to pick up the tab, who would that be? >> the 1% of people in society hoarding the wealth. nicole: students calling for liquidation of all student debt, a national minimum wage of $15 an hour an tuition-free public higher education. cheryl: i'm so glad i paid for college. nicole: but you expected to. cheryl: it may be about to get a lot more expense seven to stay in chicago. the cook county board is scheduled to vote whether to increase the county's hotel tax by 1% to get the 17.4%. that would be even higher than houston, texas, rates which is highest in the nation right now. now the democratic county board
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president says the money is needed to head off layoffs. in order to get the tax passed had to agree to a new tax on ammunition sold in chicago. nicole: look at headlines in today's edition of "the wall street journal." now mylan is let to lose 26 billion-dollar hostile takeover battle for parrying go. 7-eleven now has lockers with various partners in 200 stores across the u.s. and canada. finally this one, gm to import chinese-made buick. general motors will be first automaker to sell chinese-made cars. cheryl: chinese love their buicks. they're popular there. in sports, ex-jets coach rex ryan gets playback with his
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buffalo bills downing the jets. we'll have the highlights. we got to hear from rex himself that was "thursday night football." also basketball this morning. steph curry scoring 46. warriors win 10 games in a row. we'll have highlights. noticeably absent, last night's football game, fanduel. local cbs affiliate pulling ads for the new york market. we'll have that story. we'll check stock index futures. not much of a move on the dow. up 11 points on the premarket. s&p 1 and a quarter. watching "fbn:am," first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪
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nicole: let's get you caught up on global market action we've been seeing overnight.
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looking at asia, under pressure. china particular. shanghai down 1 1/2%. kospi down 1%. cheryl: well, in europe stocks are trading now to the negative. all three major indices are down. ftse 100 in london down 33. cac 40 down. dax was positive literally five minutes ago is now in the red. nicole: mixed bag here at home. u.s. stock index futures. dow nine points to the upside. nasdaq lower by four. we also have builds in oil. that is not good news either. that will weigh on the energy sector. cheryl: the heat is on fantasy sports sites fanduel and draftkings. you may still see their ads all over it. v but they weren't on wcbs-tv in new york for the buffalo bills-new york giants game. giants, jets, sorry. i mike the giants better, sorry. they will not air anyhe sports
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betting site during the game. earlier this week new york attorney general eric schneiderman sent the companies seasoned desist letters. he said the investigation found they were engaged in illegal gambling. protesters were outside the attorney general's office this morning. sorry to the jets fans on set today. nicole: look what is going on in the world of sports, continuing the theme here. rex ryan came back to the meadowlands a winner. buffalo bills beat the team that fired him, we're talking about new york jets, 22-17. buffalo's defense shut down the jets most of the game. duke williams returned a fumbled kickoff. dan carpenter had three field goals. the jets have lost three of their last four games. golden state warriors have won 10 in a row.
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steph curry, scored 46 points. curry hit 15 of 25 shots, including 8 of 13 three-pointers. dallas cowboys have lost six games in a row and are still without their quarterback tony roam he m.o. that creates a lot of tension. yesterday the tension boiled over in the locker room, when wide receiver dez bryant blew up at number of reporters during interviews with other players. >> don't single me out like that. don't report stuff, report it right. all right? report it right. don't report that. [inaudible] what the [bleep] you talking about? yeah, yeah. nicole: lot of tension there. bryant's rant went on for ten minutes in the locker room. but as you well know, these are rough times for the cowboys. cheryl: i know, as a cowboys fan i know.
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look some of the casone family is happy about this one. texas a&m university is suing indianapolis colts of the in. fl for the use of 12th man. texas a&m filed suit after repeated attempts from the colts to stop using the registered trademark were unsuccessful. they contact contacted the colts in 2006 about the use of the phrase inside of their stadium. they sent a cease and desist letter but the school says the warnings were ignored. a and m use of 12th man goes to 1922. if you watch a a and m football game, everybody stands. they are some of the most dedicated college fans in the nation. just saying. nicole: coming up the pentagon targets notorious isis killer "jihadi john." we'll have latest whether or not they got their man. gop's views on battling isis. >> they don't hate us because simply because we support israel.
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they hate us because of our values. they hate us because our girls go to school. nicole: then there's this. >> we wanted something, we just took it. you didn't even think about it. [gunfire] it was better than citibank. nicole: the aging mobster portrayed in the film "goodfellas," goes free, acquitted of all charges that he helped plan the legendary lieutenant towns at that heist. we'll is the story for you. check out u.s. stock futures. it has been a losing week. s&p can't hold on to one point. look at that, half a point. watching fbnam, first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪
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cheryl: breaking news this morning, pentagon airstrikes target notorious isis killer "jihadi john." we'll find out whether they got their man. good morning, i'm cheryl casone. nicole: good friday morning, i'm nicole petallides. gop candidates voicing different views how to handle isis we'll look what they had to say during this week's fox business/"wall street journal" debate. cheryl: after the selloff, let's check out futures ahead of the opening bell. you have a pretty flat opening in front of you. nicole: yesterday's selloff sparked in part by fears of a december rate hike by the fed. we'll look at policymakers and how they are responding to some of the concerns of the gop candidates voiced during those debates. cheryl: the film good fellas portrayed notorious mafia lufthansa heist. the man the feds thought was behind the cape ergos free of
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all counts. we'll have the story. nicole: ex-jets coach rex ryan returns to the meadow land and gets some payback. steph curry scores 46 as the warriors win 10 games in a row. all highlights are coming up. "fbn:am" with first look at today's breaking markets and what to expect for the day ahead. cheryl: breaking news this morning. a us air strike targeting the notorious isis member known as "jihadi john." the british snags was seen in video showing beheadings of hostages including american journalist james foley and steven sotloff. a official says that they are 99% sure it is him. "jihadi john" was quote, evaporated. pentagon says the strike hit a vehicle carrying him in northern syria. the battle against isis was one of the main topics during tuesday night's gop presidential debate. >> most of the people who want a
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no-fly zone also favor arming allies of al qaeda which became isis. that was the dumbest and fool hard by notion and most of the people up here supported it. >> we have a set of allies in the arab middle east who know isis is their fight. they have asked us specifically over and over again to support them. they news mead leadership support and resolve from the united states of america. cheryl: british firms say "jihadi john" studied computer science at a university in london before he left for syria in 2013. nicole: turn it over to donald trump, pointing to rival ben carson's own descriptions of his pathological temper as a young man. in an interview with cnn donald trump saying a pathological temper can not be kurd and it's a very serious disease. in a rally in iowa trump also slamming other republican candidates for their performances in tuesday night's debate on fox business. >> i'm telling carly, whatever the hell her name is, fiorina,
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i'm saying will you stop cutting in? everybody that talks she cuts in, cuts in. kasich, oh, i have a headache from thisfy. in fact, i actually said, let jeb bush talk! [laughter]. it's true. nicole: meanwhile carly fiorina hitting trump on facebook saying quote, all money in the world won't make you as smart as ben carson. cheryl: aging mobster acquitted of charges that he helped plan the 1978 lufthansa heist. the case was retold in the hit mafia movie, "goodfellas.." prosecutors charged vincent asaro in 2014 after his cousin implicated him in the $6 million robbery that was called the largest in u.s. history. the 80-year-old he believes jurors found him not guilty because the prosecution's case was quote, overkill. >> i'd like to thank my two lawyers. without them i wouldn't be here now. i would like to thank u.s. marshal's service for treating me great.
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i'm dying to get home. what do i plan to do? have a good meal, see my family. cheryl: his defense team accused prosecutors of relying on paid informants. nicole: top federal reserve official responding to criticism from republican presidential candidates. in this week's fox business/"wall street journal" debate about its independence. rand paul said they have played a role in the growing problem of income inequality. >> by artificially keeping interest rates below the market rate average ordinary citizens have tough time earning interest and tough time making money. they're talking about negative interest. nicole: but st. louis fed president james bullard defending how the central bank as performed. >> i appreciate the candidates interest in the fed. we have certain way of thinking about what is zero interest rate policy would do. and i think, after seven years you have to start to rethink a little bit what your traditional model is saying and what the
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empirical evidence is saying. that's why i present it this way. nicole: bullard speaking at a conference in washington, d.c. yesterday also repeated his call for the fed to raise interest rates at next month's meeting. will they or won't they? that is the question that everybody wants to know. cheryl: yeah. we want an answer. that would be good. get you caught up on global market action overnight. first to asia, following selloff we had here in the united states, it was rough night for asia. shanghai composite losing 1%. kospi down as well. nicole: let's take a look what is going on in europe. the dax turned into negative territory. footsie down 35 points. that is more than half of 1%. cac is down quarter of 1%. cheryl: u.s. stock market futures looking like this as we move into friday morning. dow pointing higher by seven. s&p high higher by entire point. s&p lower. nicole: before you head out the door this friday morning let's
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get a look at your weekend forecast with fox meteorologist maria molina. >> good morning to you. we have a system swinging through parts of the northeast. not a lot of moisture. that is welcome news. we're not getting a lot of rain. what you will feel across the northeast are blustery conditions. wind gusts potentially more than 30 miles per hour in some areas. that will be something to watch. that could cause delays at airports. quiet picture on radar at southeast and plains. the active zone across the pacific northwest. we have rain right there. the forecast for several inches of rain, potentially flooding conditions along coastal areas and cold air will move in as well. along higher elevations you will get snow. you could get several feet of snow along higher conditions of cascades. that is exciting for anyone that likes snow. not good conditions for people traveling along the path. 60s from parts of southern plains into the southeast.
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temperatures a little cooler in the great lakes. 30s and 40s expected later today. over to you, cheryl and nicole. nicole: maria molina thanks. cheryl: looks good. could everybody the best of both worlds for auto industry and drivers. land rover about to unveil the first luxury suv convertible. we'll kick the tires for you. if you ever wanted to visit the british museum without flying to london, google has the answer. coming back on "fbn:am," first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪
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nicole: let's look at u.s. stock market futures. nasdaq futures can't hold on to seven. today is friday the 13th, historically the s&p 500 is 66% of the time is negative, with average return of 0.6% to the downside. cheryl: car buyers will have another shot at riding in an suv with the top down. land rover is giving the convertible sport-utility vehicle a shot with their new evoke. the luxury auto maker is trying to capitalize on current suv craze and succeed where another automaker tried and failed.
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nissan attempted this with the murano. people weren't buying it. it lasted a single generation and killed off last year. land rover thinks they can get the top to drop 18 seconds traveling up to 30 miles per hour at the same time. cool. like it. nicole: facebook takes aim at snapchat. they will test disappearing messages for messenger app, that directly competes with snapchat. at roll yous users to send messages that automatically disappear after an hour. choose specific conversations affected by the feature. snapchat rejected facebook's $3 billion acquisition bid in 2013 you may remember. cheryl: the british museum is available at a computer near you. google partnered with the british museum with the google street view function. this is the largest space ever to be captured using indoor street view. it has been specially cure rated
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with special virtual in exhibit the. google use aspects technology called gigapixel that allows zoom to examine objects in the museum. a link is added to homepage for easy access to new and cool experience. nicole: that happens to be particularly beautiful. nice for people who are homebound. cheryl: i have never been, nicole but i will go to my computer and go today. nicole: coming up, the pentagon targets notorious isis killer "jihadi john." we'll have latest whether or not they got their man. we'll look at gop views on battling isis. >> they don't hate us estimately because we support israel, they hate us because of our values. they hate us because of our girls go to school. nicole: then there is this. >> we wanted something, we just took it and you didn't even think about it. gun gun. it was better than citibank. nicole: the aging mobster portrayed in the film "goodfellas" goes free acquitted of all charges he helped plan the legendary lufthansa heist.
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we'll have the story for you. dow futures up five. s&p up almost one point. nasdaq negative. futures down six. you're watching "fbn:am," first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪
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nicole: breaking news this morning, pentagon airstrikes target notorious isis killer "jihadi john." we'll find out whether they got their man. good friday morning to you, i'm nicole petallides. cheryl: i'm cheryl casone. gop voicing didn't views how to handle isis. we'll hear what they sad to say on this week's fox business/"wall street journal" debate. nicole: lechlet's check out stock futures ahead of opening bell. nasdaq down six. cheryl: yesterday's selloff,
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sparked in part by fears of a december rate hikes by the fed. we'll look how fed policymakers are responding to some of the concerns of the gop candidates voiced during the debate. nicole: the film, "goodfellas," portrayed the notorious mafia lufthansa heist. the man the feds thought was behind the caper though goes free on all counts. we'll have the story. cheryl: in sports, new york jets ex-coach rex ryan returns to the meadowlands and gets payback with his buffalo bills downing the jets. in basketball steph curry scores 46 as the warriors win 10 games in a row. we'll have highlights coming up in sports. welcome to "fbn:am." what is moving in markets and latest news and what to expect from the day ahead. breaking news this morning, a us air strike targeting the notorious isis member known as "jihadi john." the british national is seen in video showing beheadings of hostages including american
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journalists james foley and steven sotloff. a u.s. senior officials is saying they are 99% it was him. that "jihadi john" was quote, evaporated t hit a vehicle caring him in northern syria. the battle against ices is was one of the main topics during tuesday night's gop presidential debate. >> they are coming for us. they recruit americans using social media. they don't hate us simply because we support israel. they hate us because of our values. they hate us because our girls go to school. they hate us because women drive in the united states. >> their desire is destroy us an destroy our way of life. we have to be saying how do we make them look like losers? that is the way they're able to gather a lot of influence. cheryl: british officials say that "jihadi john" studied computer science at a university in london before leaving for syria in 2013. nicole: we turn it right to the campaign trail, cheryl. donald trump pointing to rival
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ben carson's own descriptions of his path landing call temper as a -- pathological temper as a young man. in an interview with cnn he says a pathological temper can be the cured and it's a very serious disease. in a rally iowa, donald trump slamming other republican candidates for their performances in tuesday night's debate on fox business. >> i'm telling carly, whatever the hell her name is, fee reason narcs i'm saying will you stop cutting in? no, everybody that talks she cuts in, cuts in. kasich, oh, i have a headache from this guy. in fact, i actually said, let jeb bush talk! it's true. nicole: then jeb thanked donald trump for letting him talk. meanwhile carly fiorina hitting trump on facebook saying quote, all the money in the world won't make you as smart as dr. ben carson. or ben carson. cheryl: aging mobster acquitted of charges that he helped plan
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the 1978 lufthansa heist. the case was retold in the hit mafia movie "goodfellas.." federal prosecutors charged vincent asaro in 2014 after his cousin implicated him in the $6 million robbery called the largest in u.s. history at the time. the 80-year-old he believes jurors found him not guilty because the prosecutor's case was quote, overkill. >> i would like to thank my two lawyers. without them i wouldn't be here now. i would like to thank u.s. marshals service for treating me great. i'm dying to get home. what do i plan to do? have a good meal. see my family. cheryl: interesting used words, kill and dying. his defense team accused prosecutors relying on paid informants. nicole: a top federal reserve official responding to criticism from some of the republican presidential candidates in this week's fox business/"wall street journal" debate about the fed's power and influence. rand paul claiming that the central bank played a role in the growing problem of income inequality. >> by artificially keeping
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interest rates below the market rate, average ordinary citizens have a tough time earning interest, have a tough time making money. they're actually talking now about negative interest. nicole: but st. louis fed president james bullard defending how the central bank has performed. >> i appreciate the candidates interest in the fed. we have certain way of thinking about what a zero interest rate policy would do. after seven years you have to start to rethink a little bit what your traditional model is saying and what the empirical evidence is saying. that is why i presented it this way. nicole: bullard speaking at a conference in washington, d.c. also repeating his call for the fed to raise those interest rates at next month's meeting. we've seen the fed futures betting of that hike in december. cheryl: that was a big reason we saw asian markets tumble overnight in particular. caught up on global market action. show you what happened in asia after the selloff yesterday wall street. all the fed talk we just told you about in asia. stocks really getting hit.
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shanghai down 1 1/2%. nikkei losing ground. hang seng lost more than 2%. kospi losing 1%. nicole: look what is happening in europe at the moment. same picture a lot of red arrows on the screen. footsie down over half of 1%. cac is down 18. 1.3%. dax is also lower. cheryl: see how u.s. stock market futures are looking friday. pretty flat open after the selloff yesterday. s&p pointing higher one and a quarter. nasdaq a little bit down. we're looking at cisco systems. that is the one of the stocks we'll be watching today. shares tumbling 5% in extended trading avnet work equipment-maker issued very disappointing forecast for the current quarter. cisco citing lower orders due to economic uncertainty and strong u.s. dollar. the company profit and revenue for latest quarter beat expectations. investors take a look at this, they're punishing nordstrom. that stock plunging more than
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20% in premarket trading after the upscale department store cut profit and sales forecast after the third quarter missed expectations. nordstrom is the latest chain to warn of weak spending by consumers heading into this key holiday season. look at this right now. the bid 48.53. asking, 50.75. this closed at 63.4. we're looking at major hit this morning when markets open for nordstrom. nicole: that is what macy's said a couple days ago and that stock got hit too. jcpenney out with its latest earnings before the opening bell. they are expecting to post a net loss but not as much of a loss they reported in the same quarter last year. revenue is expected to rise recently from most recent quarter. thompson reuters expects jcpenney to report loss of 65 cents a share -- 55 cents a share. that is down from 62 cents a year ago.
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government will release october retail sales report. expectations for sales to rise .3 of 1% from september, when volatile costs of food and gas are removed, increase of .4 of 1% is expected. cheryl: students protesting across the country. our own neil cavuto went head-to-head with a student activist, demanding free, well, everything. >> how is that going to be paid? >> great question. i mean, you know, so -- >> if you wanted all that stuff, someone has to pick up the tab, who would that be? >> the 1% of people in society that are hoarding the wealth and really sort of causing a catastrophe that students are facing. >> where do they go? if you tax them, these are smart folks, 1% hoarders, if they leave here, then who will pay for all this stuff that you want? >> they leave?
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>> the country. >> oh, i mean there is always going to be a 1% in the u.s. cheryl: yeah. so the students calling for the end of all student loan debt. they want a national minimum wage of $15 an hour. they want, get this, tuition free public higher education. yeah. nicole: coming up in sports, ex-new york jets coach rex ryan returns to the meadowlands and gets payback with buffalo bills downing new york jets. >> hell yeah, how do you think it feels? beat a hell after football team. nicole: don't hold back. steph curry scores 46 as the warriors win 10 games in a row. we have all highlights. noticeably absent from last night's football game, ads for fantasy sports giant draftkings and fanduel. local cbs affiliate pulling the
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cheryl: we're getting breaking news this morning into fox business. just moments ago british prime minister david cameron made a statement about a us air strike that is believed to have hit "jihadi john." let's take a listen. >> last night the united states carried out an airstrike in raqqa, syria, targeting mohammed am waz sy, the isil executioner known as "jihadi john." we can not yet be certain if the strike was successful. but let me be clear, i have always said that we would do
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whatever was necessary, whatever it took to track down him and stop him taking lives of others. we have been working with the united states literally around the clock to track him down. cheryl: okay, the prime minister also said a few moment ago that they were targeting of course a strike at heart of isis. a strike at the heart of isis. "jihadi john," believed, 9 the% certainty the u.s. believes is dead -- 99%. nicole: heat is on fantasy sport sites fanduel and draftkings but you will still see their ads all over television. they weren't on cbs-tv last night's buffalo bills-new york jets game. that wcbs decided not to air commercials for the sports betting site during the game. earlier this week, new york attorney general eric schneiderman sent the company cease and desist letters. an investigation by his office
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found they were engaged in illegal gambling. supporters of websites plan a protest outside of the ag's office this morning. 21st century fox has an investment in draftkings. cheryl: all right, let's take a look what is going on in the world of sports. rex ryan came back to the meadowlands a winner. his buffalo bills beat his former team, new york jets, 22-11. buffalo's defense shut down the jets most of the game. duke williams return ad fumble kickoff 19 yards and dan carpenter kicked three field goals. they are 5-to move into the playoff picture. jets have lost three of their last four games. golden state warriors have won 10 in a row to start the season. steph curry led the way with 46 points as they bit the minnesota timberwolves. curry hit 15 of 25 shots, including eight of 133-pointers. >> >> new york rangers are on a
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tear winning seven in' are. they beat the st. louis blues 6-3. st. louis had won three in a row. it was battle of the techs, virginia tech rallied from 14 points behind to beat georgia tech. they grabbed first lead on trayvon mcmillan's touchdown with 4:6838 remaining. they are eligible for 23rd consecutive bowl appearance. frank beamer is announcing his retirement at the end of the season. this is the first game since announcing retirement. you should be ready because we'll be right back. with respect to fast and efficient transportation. it's kind of a losing proposition to keep going this way.
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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. we are not only being efficient in the way we are moving people now, we are also more amicable to the environment. people have more time for the family and it's been one of the most rewarding experiences to hear people saying: "the metro has really changed my life."
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nicole: taking a look at global market action, dow futures down one. s&p futures right now up a quarter of 1%. it is friday the 13th. 66% of the time the s&p is negative on friday the 13th. don't forget nordstrom under pressure this morning.
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taking you through the next few hours. "mornings with maria," there in palm springs. welcome to you, maria bartiromo. maria: thanks so much, nicole. happy friday to you. good morning everybody, i'm maria bartiromo. coming to you live from the ey strategic growth forum in palm springs, california. it is friday this. with me this morning from our new york headquarters fox business network's dagen mcdowell, cheryl casone and jo ling kent. we'll get to everybody momentarily. good morning, ladies. >> hey. maria: your top stories 6:00 a.m. on east coast. we have breaking news this morning. the pentagon announces overnight an airstrike targeting the terrorist known as "jihadi john" inside of syria. the british national responsible for the beheading of multiple isis hostages, including american journal its james foley and steven sotloff. a senior u.s. military source telling fox news, quote, we're
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99% sure we got him. the fight against isis playing a key role in tuesday's fox business/"wall street journal" republican presidential debate. >> they are coming for us. they recruit americans using social media. they don't hate us simply because we support israel. they hate us because of our values. they hate us because our girls go to school. they hate us because women drive in the united states. >> their desire is to destroy us an destroy our way of life. we have to say how do we make them look like losers? that is the way they're able to gather a lot of influence. maria: we will have. more on this developing story throughout the hour. "jihadi john" apparently caught and dead. turning to the markets this morning futures showing a higher opening for the broader averages. the here is where we stand. the markets turned mix with major averages very much flat. dow industrials sitting where it closed yesterday unchanged.

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