>> nicole: breaking news this morning the city of brussels extends a lockdown for third straight day. they're arresting 16 people over night. i'm nicole petallides. >> cheryl: good morning, i'm cheryl casone. >> nicole: in the markets, after posting the best week of the year, let's check out u.s. stack market futures. we are seeing them to the downside. now two tenths of a percent. dow losing 36 and s&p down 5.
>> cheryl: a big story today, crude oil sinking overnight. oversupply of oil and strong dollar. >> nicole: donald trump says he's opening to leaving gop and making an independent run for the white house. we will have the latest. >> cheryl: pfizer make it official. this deal would create the world's drug maker and move top companies in america to another country. tony romo with a winning return to the dlals cowboys. we will have a the highlights. welcome to fbn:am, latest breaking news and what to expect for the day ahead. >> cheryl: we begin this morning with overnight developments, belgium arresting 16 people in raids linked to possible terror attacks, a key suspect is not
among them, meanwhile british prime minister cam rhone meeting with french president. live from paris with the latest very details, good morning, ashley. >> yeah, good morning to you, 16 arrests, following 22 raids overnight in brussels but no abdelhamid abaaoud, one of the attackers from here in paris ten days ago. they say that more raids are more likely and will be a decision lathe on this afternoon whether that lockdown in brussels continues, universities are closed, schools are closed, the subway system and many businesses. brussels literally in a state of lockdown. meanwhile french police here, cheryl, a picture of a subpoena, they believed he sleeped into greece with another jihadist in
early october and made his way to france. he was one of the bombers who exploted his bombing vest at the friday night 10 days ago. first attack of that night. meanwhile as you mentioned british prime minister david cam rhone visiting with françois hollande before holding news conference. david cam rhone vowing to step on cooperation in the fight against isis. >> we must share information and intelligence to better protect ourselves from the brutal terrorists, the uk and france already doing this, today we agreed to step up the efforts etch further and work with our european neighbors. >> in the meantime certainly life here in paris goes on. just after 11:00 o'clock in the morning. people going about their business but the impact on
restaurants and hotels already being felt. restaurant sales we're told down 44% from last week due to -- compared to same period before. hotel bookings down 57% year over year also getting conferences being canceled. last year cang -- cancel >> cheryl: thank you so much, sir. >> nicole: now turn it over to 2016 campaign trail. florida senator marco rubio performs best in hypothetical matchup with hillary clinton. he's ahead by 8 points. 50% to 42%. poll says many of the
republicans would also beat hillary clinton, jeb bush 45-39%, ben carson 47-42% and yes, donald trump 46 to 41%. carson, however, drops some 23% at 18%. >> cheryl: meanwhile donald trump suggesting he would consider an independent bid for president after reports say that some republicans plan a gorilla campaign to take him out. >> well, i will see what happens. i have to be treated fairly. you know when i did this, i have to be treated fairly. if i am treated fairly, i'm fine. >> cheryl: meanwhile more controversial remarks. he saw people cheering the 9/11 attacks across the river in new jersey back in 2001 but there's
no evidence that that never happened. trump is quote, plain wrong. >> nicole: at least 16 people injured after a shooting at a park. hundreds of people were in the park for a blocked party and musical video filming when two groups opened fire on each other . >> the name is urik cain. we need the public's people to do this. now that we know who he is that he will be brought to justice. >> nicole: police say the victims were directly shot or suffered wound. all of them listed in stable conditions. >> cheryl: authorities identified a man shooting a
medical student that stopped at a kidnapping. charges of armed robbery and second-degree kidnapping and attempted first-degree murder. surveillance video released by police shows that 25-year-old was trying to help a women monday morning and shot him in the stomach. he try today shoot gold in the head but failed after gun malfunction. >> nicole: washington post reporter sentenced in prison in iran. now, jason was convicted last month on charges that include spying. lawyer says the associated press she was not given any information about the innocencing or the -- ífics on the verdict.
>> cheryl: first let's start with asia. hang seng down, kospi up .7%. >> nicole: we are seeing now down arrows. same with the cac, three quarters of 1%. dax down one-third of 1%. >> cheryl: here in the united states, markets pointing to slightly open, it was great weeks for both s&p and the dow last week. dow pointing low and s&p pointing low by 4 and a quarter. very >> nicole: guess what, down again this morning. a buck 27 at 40.63.
gold pulling back. >> cheryl: there is a major deal making big news this morning. pfizer and allergan have agreed and creates the world's biggest drug maker. rising 2 and a half percent after friday. takeover will be the largest tax inversion over to move abroad. allergan that makes botox runs out of garden state. >> nicole: petco to be acquired by equity firms and canadian pension fund for $4.7 billion, announcement on this one could come today.
wall street journal saying it would be one of the leverage buyouts. petco sales, pet foods in more than 1400 stores across the state. the company acquired for the second time and partnered back in 2006. >> cheryl: people lof their pets . ford has a new contract with the united auto workers union. uaw nearly approving a four-year deal wrapping up five months of talks between the yown and automakers. raises wages for all workers and promises bonuses and eliminate the two-tier wage system that pays newer workers. >> nicole: we will be waiting on that. on the earnings' calendar, the
first quarter that hewlett-packard reports as split company. fifty cents a share and the company provides technology solutions to business and public sector enterprises. there's the blue box tiffany tiffany&company. luxury having a tough time. >> cheryl: without chinese customers a lot have been struggled, that's true. >> cheryl: and the third quarter coming up tomorrow, that index expect today show increase of six tenths of 1%. relative market remains healthy
right now. it's also a big day, of course, for all the retailers, offer special deals to attract consumers but the deals being offered seem to get earlier and earlier specially online. 50-inch television that sells 150 backs on amazon as overall top deal. here is the question. will shoppers still lineup to get buster deals or go to computer in your jamies. just saying. [laughter] >> nicole: shipping companies gain an edge during holidays. there's alibaba and raises more than $100 billion, home rental
service. latest funding. >> cheryl: people still traveling. coming up when is a 100 million-dollar box office a disappointment? >> this is the end. you have one shot. >> let's make it count. so the last hunger games had the biggest debuts of the year but the lowest of the previous hunger games. in sunday night football a thriller for the arizona cardinals plus -- >> more than anything, you know, it felt good to get back and play football and help your team win. >> cheryl: your fans are happy to have you back tony romo, we will have all the highlights coming up in sports. after last week's strong performance let's check u.s. stock futures. right now the dow, nasdaq and
>> our lives were never ours. if you killed him, if you end all of this, all those dead, they mean something. >> nicole: hunger games nominated the box office. but the 101-million debut was not the best sendoff. the film final here hunger games series, the final film of this fell short of the 120 million initial prediction that they were making and lowest debut of
any of the hunger games movies. no other movie managed to break the 15 million-dollar. james bond came in at number 2 with 14.6 and charley brown peanuts 12.8 and the night before at $10.1 million. >> cheryl: well one direction and nickie minaj. moving transcribe out to attacks in paris. before introducing dion, lamore.
♪ ♪ ♪ >> cheryl: well, before performance despite everything, peace is possible. there was all, nicole, a ridiculous amount of jennifer lopez outfit changes. >> nicole: i love jennifer lopez. world of sports. kicked a 32-yard field goal, two seconds remaining and the arizona cardinals escape the 34-31 victory over cincinnati bengals last night. four touchdown passes.
tony romo, return from a broken collarbone, help it had cowboys snap a 7-game losing streak. romo went 18 for 28 for 227 yards, overcame two interceptions by throwing two touchdown passes. cowboys host carolina panners panthers on thanksgiving. newton completed 21 of 30 five different receivers. speaking about nba, golden state warriors are on the virtue of history beating denver nuggets to move to 15-0. warriors can break the record
tuesday at home against the los angeles lakers. we will see if that happens. >> cheryl: coming up the city of brussels remains under lock couldn't this morning amid warnings of terror threat while paris ramps up security. also on the campaign trail. >> i'm going to see what happens. i will see what happens. i have to be treated fairly. >> cheryl: donald trump says he is open to independent bid in run to the white house. we will have the latest in campaign trail for you. after last night's big game, look at s&p futures, nasdaq in slight open. you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪ ♪ ♪ the only way to get better is to challenge yourself,
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>> cheryl: breaking news this morning, the city of brussels extends a lockdown in the belgium capital for third straight day with officials there arresting 16 people overnight. good morning, i'm cheryl casone. >> nicole: good morning, i'm nicole petallides. hold talks about how to defeat isis, live report from paris. cheryl -- >> cheryl: in the markets, dow pointing slightly lower to 31 points. >> nicole: big story today crude oil, prices sinking over 3% overnight. mid concern of oil and also strong u.s. dollar. >> cheryl: marco rubio makes gain in fox news poll, donald
trump is open to leaving the gop and making an independent run to the white house. >> nicole: move one of the top corporate names in the usa to a foreign country. >> cheryl: and in sports, thriller for the arizona cardinals last night and tony romo finally makes a return and he wins for the dallas cowboys. we are going to have the highlights coming up. i'm happy about that. welcome to fbn:am, first look at what's moving in today's markets and of course, what to expect your day ahead. >> nicole: we are keeping eye on belgium. arresting 16 people, linked to possible terror attacks. key suspect in the paris massacre is not among them. belgium government say it is capital remains under the highest alert level meanwhile
british minister in paris today meeting with french president françois hollande, two leaders in theater to visit. >> cheryl: a new fox news poll finds that senator marco rubio performs best with democratic nominee hillary clinton. he is ahead by 8 points. the poll say that is many other republicans would also beat clinton, jeb bush, ben carson, donald trump 46 to 41%. meanwhile trump widens lead in gop race with 28%. carson dropping from 23% to 18%. >> nicole: suggesting we would consider an independent bid. some republicans plan a gorilla
campaign to take him out of the race. >> i'm going to see what happens. i have to be treated fairly. you know when i did this, i have to be treated fairly. if i'm treated fairly, i'm fine. all i want to do is a level-playing field. >> nicole: he saw people cheering the 9/11 attacks across the river in new jersey, there's no evidence that ever happened. the mayor of jersey saying that trump is, quote, plain wrong. >> cheryl: chaos in new orleans. two groups in the crowd opened fire on each other. >> the police were a block away when the incident and they got fast, they did a great job and took care of the scene as i would expect them to, at the end
of the day it's hard to police on guys that decide to pul guns with 300 people in between them. that's just not something that we'll tolerate in the city. >> cheryl: suffered graze wounds, all of them in stable condition this morning. >> nicole: let's have a market check here. u.s. stock futures after a great week on wall street, best week. dow futures are down 28, s&p down about 4 right now. >> cheryl: oil is the story. look at this, a big drop for oil, 40.61 is the current, loss of a dollar 29 and gold down 8 bucks. >> nicole: dollar is high. so we are seeing the euro weaker against the greenback. >> cheryl: there you go.
bringing tons of snow. fox meteorologist maria molina with more. >> maria: hi, parts of the great lakes, what you'll notice is really how much colder it is out there specially early this morning, temperature wise, you can see the numbers in 20's in chicago and buffalo and also down into gulf coast, temperatures near freezing, 34-degrees in mobile and some of you in alabama you're only in the 20's. we do have a number of freeze warnings in effect this morning. otherwise pretty quiet picture across most of the nation radar wise. the center of action is going to be across parts of the pacific northwest. that's where where we will see snow system going through. eventually into the northern
rockies and california and winter storm watches are in effect. >> nicole: maria molina, thank you very much. >> cheryl: you maybe in for some problems. we are going to have that story. you may be in for some problems next year. we will tell you about the airlines new pet policy. after the best week last month -- last week in a month let's check out u.s. stock futures, all pointing to a slightly open, dow pointing down by 24 points. you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news. happy monday. ♪ ♪
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♪ oh, i'm already there ♪ announcer: a message from the foundation for a better life. >> cheryl: let's take a look at u.s. stack market futures. s&p pointing lower by 3 and a quarter, nasdaq in the premarket down about 5 and a half. also your commodities, oil is the big story. you're looking for gas prices to be cheap for turkey day, you're in good luck this week. oil is 40.69. >> nicole: delta is changing policy about flying with your furry friends, your pets. it would no longer accept pets as checked baggage. this will -- delta will continue
to allow pets under 30 pounds to fly as carry-on. >> cheryl: yahoo is testing a feature with ad-blocker of computer. as you can imagine, people were not happy and they took to twitter to complain about it. of course, they did. >> nicole: coming up, city of brussels remains under lockdown amid warnings of threats, paris ramps up security precautions, we will have a live report from paris. on the campaign trail. >> i'm going to see what happens, i will see what happens, i have to be treated fairly. >> nicole: donald trump says he is open to an independent bid in his run for the white house. we'll have the latest from the campaign trail. after last week's big gains, s&p gain 3.2%, the best of the year, right now dow, nasdaq and s&p
>> nicole: breaking news this morning, city of brussels extends a lockdown for the third straight day. they're arresting 16 people over night. good morning, i'm nicole petallides. >> cheryl: hold talks on how to defeat isis, we are going to have a live report from paris. >> nicole: in the markets the s&p 500 from last week, all three major averages gained 3% last week, today we are seeing dow arrows. >> cheryl: big story today,
crude oil, prices seeking over 3% overnight. concerns of oversupply of oil and a strong dollar. >> nicole: on the campaign trail marco rubio makes gains in the latest fox news polls. we will have the latest on that. >> cheryl: pfizer and allergan make it official, 150 billion-dollar merger, the biggest drug maker and move one of the top corporate names in america to a foreign country. >> nicole: thriller for arizona cardinals last night and tony romo makes a winning return for the dallas cowboys. welcome to fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news and what to expect in your day ahead. >> cheryl: breaking news this morning, arresting 16 people in raids leads possible terror attacks overnight. key suspect in the paris
massacre is not among them. meanwhile british prime minister david cameroon meeting with president. ashley webster has the latest. good morning, ashley. >> good morning to you cheryl, just before noon here in paris. the threat level in brussels remains at level four. serious and immediate threat. 16 arrests in brussels overnight following 22 raids, but still no salah abdasalla. paris police also releasing a photograph of a -- a suspected suicide bomber, one of the suspects, they are trying to get his true identity.
they do not believe that is true. it is believed that he came to france through greece with another jihadist posing as a syrian refugee. we are hearing about this more and more. meanwhile as you mentioned, the british prime minister david cameroon, french president françois hollande meeting this morning, visiting one of the sites of the shootings, concert hall. after that british prime minister will step up cooperation in the fight against isis. >> we must share information and intelligence to better protect ourselves from the brutal terrorists. the uk and france are already doing this, today we agree to accept -- step up our efforts and work closely with european neighbors. >> that's a common theme. clearly big holes in
surveillance and sharing of information about terror suspects. françois hollande will travel to washington, d.c. tomorrow to meet with president obama and then on thursday he goes onto moscow to meet with vladimir putin. in the meantime, the terror alert in europe and certainly here in france having an impact on the economy compared to the same week last year, restaurant sales down 44%, hotels reporting a dropoff in business of 57% with a lot of conferences we understand also being canceled. so a lot of concern, obviously, and we will keep an eye on belgium too. french authorities or belgium authorities will decide this afternoon whether to keep that lockdown in place. back to you guys. >> cheryl: ashley webster live in paris. ashley, thank you so much. >> nicole: right over to 2016 campaign trail. florida senator marco rubio
performs best with democratic nominee hillary clinton. he's ahead of former secretary of state by 8 points. the poll says many other republicans could also beat clinton, jeb bush 45 to 39%. ben carson 47 to 42% and donald trump 46 to 41%. meanwhile donald trump widens lead in the gop race with 28% support. ben carson, however, drops from 23%, now ben carson at 18%. >> cheryl: meanwhile donald trump suggesting that he would consider an independent bid for president. some republicans plan a gorilla campaign to take him out of the race. >> well, i'm going to have to see what happens. i will see what happens. i have to be treated fairly. you know when i did this, i said i have to be treated fairly. if i'm treated fairly, i'm fine.
all i want to do is a level-playing field. >> cheryl: he saw people cheering in 9/11 attacks across the river. >> nicole: chaos in knew orleans. 16 people injured after shooting shooting in a park. a music video filming when two groups in the crowd opened fire on each other. >> the police were a blocked away from the incidence. ems got here really fast and took care of the scene as i would expect them to. but at the end of the day, it's really hard to police a bunch of guys who decide to pull out guns and settle with 300 people in between. >> nicole: victims were directly shot or suffered a wound, all of
them listed in stable condition. >> cheryl: ahead of opening bell this monday. looking pretty good. dow not so good. dow is down but only by 23 points. last week was a great week. s&p down by one and a quarter and nasdaq by 5 and a half. >> nicole: gold pulling back over $8. we have seen copper as six-year low and overall commodity. the low as of 1989. >> cheryl: shipping companies gained an edge over the holidays. the next alibaba and home rental service showing solid growth to investors. big name. >> nicole: coming up, when is
100 million-dollar opening a disappointment? >> this is the end. >> we have one shot. >> let's make it count. >> nicole: the last install meant -- installment of the hunger games. the lowest of any of the previous hunger games. we will have the winners and the losers at the weekend box office. sunday night football, a thriller for arizona cardinals. >> more than anything, you know, it felt good to get back and play football and help your team win. >> nicole: tony romo is back and snaps the cowboys-losing streak. you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news.le ♪ot about t ♪ and we
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>> our lives were never ours. if you kill him, if you end all of this, all those dead, they mean something. >> nicole: the hunger games dominated the box office this weekend but the 101 million-dollar debut was not the best sendoff. final film in hunger game series fell short of 120-million dollar initial prediction making it the lowest debut of any of the hunger games movie. no other movie managed to break $15 million. the james bond film came in at number two with 14.6. charley brown peanut brought
12.8 million. >> cheryl: let's take a look at what is happening in the world of sports. 32-yard field goal with 2 seconds remaining and arizona cardinals escape with the a wild 34-31 victory of cincinnati bengals last night. two early interceptions to throw four touchdown passes. three complete passes to move to field goal range. tony romo finally returned from a broken collarbone, help it had cowboys snap a 7-game losing streak and they beat the dolphins 24-17. romo went 18 for 28 and overcame two interceptions by throwing two touchdown passes. cowboys host undefeated carolina on thanksgiving day.
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>> nicole: let's take a look at u.s. stock futures. gained more than 3% last week. today dow futures down 30 and s&p just down over 4, crude oil selling off 3% after being down 3 weeks in a row. gold also lower. also because we are seeing a strong u.s. dollar. euro, uk pound, yen, weaker against the greenback and the greenback is testing which actually were 12-year high. we will turn it over to maria bartiromo.
mornings with maria, morning, maria. >> maria: hi, everybody, it is monday november 23rd with me dagen mcdowell, keith mccullough. brussels under lockdown for a third day in a row. the city's transportation system, schools and museums remaining close today. david cameron visiting french president françois hollande. uk should carry air strikes in syria along western countries in the effort to defeat isis. pfizer/allergan, agreed to merge in 150 billion-dollar deal. the largest of the year. pfizer the tenth largest american company wanting better
tax rates, move headquarters to ireland. futures indicating weakness this morning. we do have the dow jones industrial about 30 points today. gdp out this week and holiday short week with thanksgiving on thursday. in europe. take a look. down about 3 quarters of a percent in paris and dax index in germany third of a percent. but the data out of france show it is economy there continues to slow sinister ris attacks. in asia, nikkei close for holiday, but you did have weakness in the shanghai and kospi was up.