get proactive alerts 24/7. comcast business. built for business. >> nicole: breaking news this morning a russian fighter jet shot down by do turkish military. i'm nicole petallides. >> cheryl: jet was hit from a missile from f-16 near the syrian border. u.s. officials are telling fox that the plane was warned to get out of air space, two russian pilots ejected before a crash and the russian military is claiming the plane was on a bombing mission in syria and did not violate turkish air space. we are. >> nicole: had been higher. were earlier gains. we are moving down to the
downside. s&p down about 7. now let's take a listen to our sister network sky news, they are familiar to developments overnight. >> syrian territory close to the border with turkey. russian officials said that it never left the aerospace. depict for us turkey saying one thing and russia saying another. they had shot down a plane. they weren't sure what plane. syrians have russian planes. it then became the russians admitted it was a russian plane. the plane did not into air space. the entire of the mission they insisted was flying in space.
this plane entered turkish repeatedly as russian have done in the past but it was intercepted, if-16 fighters were scrambled. they intersected the plane. have no response, the turks say it was warninged 10 times, ten messages and it was shot down. from what we've seen from turkish television pictures, you can see it's flying very high, clear blue sky in the skies over syria or turkey, you can really troubled and made its way through the sky. at some point you see a couple of white dots which are the parachutes.
the plane carries on blazing its way through the sky and eventually comes to impact hillside, last place and hits the ground and there's smoke sent off after the impact, the collision into the ground. the fate of the pilots is not clear and other media, one has been caught by rebels. reportedly he's being searched by the same rememberel -- rebel group. >> a lot of people are saying all you're doing is knocking down antiassad people.
>> very complicated ethic makeup. you have rebel groups. kind of patch work. it's still being held by assad and russian support to the east of that. the patch work of rebel groups, one of the groups of rebels and turkey has been complaining which the turks believe have given air cover for syrian forces to attack villages and the turks say civilian and raised concern. the turks insist this has nothing to do with that, simply a case of air space being
violated and they responding as they see fit. >> we are just getting information coming from the news agency about another incident that happened. turkish war planes killed five kurdishmen in southeast turkey. >> this is another example of how complicated this difficult war to understand is. you've got the kurdish groups towards the east of the country who are fighting on the ground in iraq, ally the same group fighting on the ground with spotters, special forces spotters from nato countries helping them to do what they did in the last few weeks which was retake sinjar a crucial town in northern iraq, but the same group is being bombed by another
member of turkey because they believe they are pressing, long standing from kurdish against the kurds. what they are doing is necessary to dealing with threat which has help it had political ambitions of the turkey president as well. but it's just another example of how complicated the crucial air. these turkmen rebels seem to be holding one russian pilot and hostage situation unfolding there as well as a very difficult diplomatic situation of a nato ally bringing down bringing down a russian jet. >> thanks very much. >> let's check in moscow. what are they saying? >> okay, so we've been listening
to reports from sister network giving us the latest updates, one of the experts said is that one of those russian pilots has been captured by turkish officials. they are a nato partner. this is very critical. they are partner to the united states and ally to the united states, they are saying that they gave ten warnings to the russian jet to get out of turkish aerospace. we are waiting confirmation. we also continue to follow major development in france this morning. let's bring ashley webster. he's live with us in paris, what's interesting about the development with turkey that turkey is one of the countries that isis was using to go back and forth between western europe france and syria. >> yes, indeed, cheryl, it's a a very complicated picture. at least two or maybe three
suspected terrorist who is attacked paris manage today slip through that part of the world bringing a lot of concerns about who, in fact, the syrian refugees are. i can tell you that an explosive vest that was found in the community that's about three and a half miles behind me just south of the city center of paris is growing belief that it was, in fact, belonging to those attackers who hit the paris france, bars and restaurants some 11 days ago. there's a growing belief that that belonged to the man on the run, the most wanted man in europe and the believe that perhaps he decided to aboard his mission, dumped the belt in a trash can, called for his friends to come him up in belgium and he's been on the run ever since, in brussels,
university, schools, highways, stay close, we are told that they may partially reopen tomorrow although threat level is at the highest. issuing a travel warning to americans citing the threat of isis but also mentioning al-qaeda and travel warning good for the next three months. we will have french prime minister françois hollande meeting in washington today. he will be pushing america and russia join efforts for strikes against northern iran against isis. >> cheryl: ashley webster, we will see you in a little bit. you want to make sure to stay live coverage, president obama
and hollande with news conference. that's 11:30 a.m. eastern time right here in the fox business network. >> nicole: u.s. military command possibly tampered with the intelligence on isis given to president obama. retired lieutenant general flynn who served as agency addressing that report. >> the focus of this investigation ought to start right at the top where intelligence starts is at the white house. he's the number one customer. if he's not getting the intelligence that he needs f he's not paying attention to what else is going on, something is else wrong here between him and the advisers that he has. >> a source saying fox news and analysts were pressured to ease off negative assessments of isis and were even told in an e-mail to cut it out. >> cheryl: wow. latest developments this morning
on the campaign trail. ben carson now backing away from earlier claim that he saw america muslim celebrating, donald trump claimed the same over the weekend. here is carson on the kelly file with his explanation. >> i was really focusing on that it was an appropriate thing to do no matter where they were. they asked me did i see the film. i did see the film. i don't know where they were. >> meanwhile in aurally in ohio, u.s. needs terrorism suspects. >> do i approve water proving? in a heart beat. don't kid yourself, it works. only a stupid person would say it doesn't work. >> cheryl: meantime new jersey
governor is said to lay out his plans for fighting isis in an address in council on foreign relations today. >> nicole: police officer expected to be charged with the death and murder of black teenager. mcdonald was reportedly armed with a small knife at the time. chicago my your talking about the case. >> this officer took the law into his own hands. it wasn't about providing the safety and security, in every point you violated. >> nicole: video of the shooting. of course, we've had all the news breaking in the syrian border. let's take a look how it's affecting markets. europe and cac down.
fiduciaryftse down. >> cheryl: we are seeing pressure here in u.s. stock market futures. futures were actually higher until these reports of that incident on the turkish syria border came in. right now seeing red arrows here. dow pointing lower by 49 points and nasdaq by 16 and a half. we will be right back.t beauty o ♪t you can ♪ n denied to many south africans for generations. this is an opportunity to right that wrong. the idea was to bring capital into the affordable housing space in south africa,
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to get out of the air space. two russian pilots reportedly ejected. there are reports that one of those pilots has been captured by turkey. we will confirm that hopefully this morning. it was on a bombing mission in syria and it didn't violate turkish air space. we are still pointing to a lower open right now, dow pointing down by 46 and s&p by down 5 and three quarters. nick let's take a look from the world of sports. brady called out the name of the coach at the line of scrimmage. brady has his omaha call. they were not able to respond last night. tom brady lead to victory over buffalo throwing for one touchdown on 20 of 39 passes. lebron james joined a key name in history. james had 13 assists on the
night but fifth assist put him past nixon. that moves him into company with the big o to be the only other player on top 25 scoring lists. kevin love 34 points on the night and the cavs beat the magic 117-103. 76ers were look to go snap their losing street as they did it last year. however, wiggins wasn't going to let that happen. the final score was 100 to 95 and this was the tierver wostles first home win this season as they drop the 76ers to 0-15 on the year. >> cheryl: all right. coming up, we are going to have the latest for you on the russian jet that was shot down on the syrian border, plus here at home donald trump not backing down from claims that he saw
people in new jersey cheering after the 9/11 attacks but ben carson is backing down. >> and they asked me did i see the film. i did see the film. i don't know where they were. >> cheryl: we are going to have the latest on campaign trail for you. french president françois hollande comes to washington to try to convince president obama to join coalition with russia to defeat isis which is going to be interesting conversation, we will have the latest developments on the war on terror for you. as we follow the breaking news t future still remain red and slipping a little bit more. s&p pointing lower by 6 and a half. you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and the latest breaking news. ♪ ♪ ♪
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not the other way around. >> nicole: breaking news this morning, turkish military shoots down a russian jet over syrian territory. >> cheryl: u.s. stocks did turn negative after the crash. we are still pointing to a negative open. again, we were positive before all of this came through. s&p looking down by 7. >> nicole: also breaking news this morning an explosive vest belonging to paris attackers was discovered outside of paris. >> cheryl: all this is happening this morning as president françois hollande is flying to washington to press president
obama to join coalition to attack isis, part of the coalition is russia. we will have all of the developments there. >> nicole: candidate ben carson now backing away from earlier claims that he saw american muslims celebrating the 9/11 attacks in new jersey and donald trump is sticking with his story. >> cheryl: wall street journal is reporting that faces morale challenge. >> nicole: patriots remain undefeated beating buffalo bills not without controversy from tom brady. lebron james joins one of the all-time great. welcome to fbn:am, first look at what's moving in today's market, latest breaking news and what to expect for the day ahead. >> cheryl: we are ticking off with breaking news this morning out of europe, a russian fighter jet shot down by the turkish
military, was hit by turkish f-16. it was warned ten times in five minutes to get out of turkish air space. pilots ejected one of the pilots has been captured by the military. russian military is claiming that that plane was on a bombing mission in syria and it didn't violate turkish air space, all affecting on how your markets are going to open this morning. we were positive before the reports came in and now u.s. stock futures reporting down. s&p looking lower by 7 and a half. >> nicole: breaking news this morning the state department issues a worldwide travel alert, isis and other terrorist groups continue to plan attack in multiple regions. u.s. citizens are advised to be vig vig
make sure to stay right here on the fox business network this morning, live coverage of that event, 11:30 a.m. eastern time. president obama and françois hollande and we have meeting cameroon, merkel and putin making the rounds. >> cheryl: all of it changing developments overnight. incredibly the news is breaking and some other reports this morning we want to tell you about. the new report that suggests that some officials at the u.s. military central command possibly tampered with the intelligence on isis that is given to president obama. retired lieutenant michael flynn who served as director under president obama addressed that report. >> the focus of this investigation ought to start
right at the top where intelligence starts and stops at the white house, the president sets priorities. he's the number one customer. if he's not getting the intelligence he needs, if he's not paying attention to what is going on, then something is else is wrong here between him and the advisers that he has. >> cheryl: sources is saying that analysts to ease off of negative assessments about isis and were even told in an e-mail to cut it out. a lot of things are changing in military and, of course, what we are seeing in europe, nicole. >> nicole: ben carson now backing away from earlier claim that he saw american muslims celebrating the 9/11 attacks in new jersey. donald trump claimed the same over the weekend. here is carson on the kelly file last night with his explanation. >> i was really focusing that it was an inappropriate thing to do no matter where they were.
they asked me did i see the film, i did see the film, i don't know where they were. >> nicole: trump saying the u.s. needs much more aggressive interrogation techniques on terrorist suspects. >> you bet your ass, in a heart beat. don't kid yourself, folks, it works, it works. only a stupid person say would say it doesn't work. >> nicole: said to lay out plans for fighting isis before council on foreign relations today. >> cheryl: let's get you caught up on global market action happening overnight and first let's give you a shot and all of this is happening as we have breaking news coming out along the syrian border between turkey and russia and the jet incident but the ftse down almost 1% here.
down 49 points, cac, 65 points. dax is down almost 1%. dax losing 86 points now, nicole. >> nicole: u.s. stock markets futures came out of the green before developments, right now dow jones down 57, s&p futures down about 7 also as we await gdp number as well. yahoo ceo facing a morale challenge, myer reviving growth of the company would take multiple years, the wall street journal says that insiders have lost patient. myer has no clear sense of direction and mislead investors about company's progress. dozen of executives who have been instrumental have left yahoo. myer expected to complete shares in january putting focus directly on yahoo core business. the sales from that business continue to shrink. >> cheryl: stock to watch, for sure.
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>> cheryl: once again take a look at u.s. stock market futures. futures were pointing higher, then we got the breaking news that turkish jet had shot down a russian jet that supposedly invaded turkish air space, waiting on confirmation from all of that, that did affect the markets. dow pointing lower by 62, s&p pointing lower by 7 and a half. >> nicole: family of the teenager known as the clock kid launching a major lawsuit, amed
mohamed arrested for a homemade clock. the family is seeking $15 million in damages, 5 million from the irving independent school district as well as written apologieses attorneys for mohamed that a former lawsuit will be file first-degree the demands are not met in 60 days. >> cheryl: wow. interesting. [laughter] >> cheryl: okay. i don't goa classes are being suspended at the university, concerns over cultural issues saying that the class could offend students, weekly sessions offered to students with disabilities since 2008 and that program will not come back to the fall semester. the student federation said that cull child abuse have experienced repression and that those practicing i don't goa need to be mindful about. isn't -- it is mindful, nicole?
we both do it. >> nicole: russian jet shot down in syrian border. french president comes to washington to try and convince president obama to join a coalition with russia to defeat isis. president obama so far remaining unconvinced. we will have all the latest developments on the war on terror. the news of the down jet now we are seeing dow down futures down. we are waiting for earnings from burlington and dollar tree. you are looking at fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪
cheryl casone. >> nicole: good morning, i'm nicole petallides. u.s. stock futures turn negative on this news of jet crash, was really shot down. check the futures right now. dow futures down 75. s&p to downside just over 9. >> cheryl: also breaking news this morning, explosive vest suspected to belonging to terrorist attacker is discovered outside of paris. >> nicole: françois hollande to press reluctant president obama to join attack on isis. we will have all the developments as well. >> cheryl: republican candidate ben carson now backing away from its earlier claim that he saw american muslims celebrating the 9/11 attacks in new jersey but donald trump is sticking with his story. >> nicole: wall street journal reporting marisa can morale
challenge. >> cheryl: patriots remain undefeated beating the buffalo bills but not without controversy from tom brady. also lebron james joins the all-time greats. we have the first look at what's moving in morning markets and, of course, what to expect in the day ahead. >> nicole: russian fighter jet shot down by turkey military, hit by a missile f-16 near the syrian border. report says the plane was warned ten times in five minutes by turkey to get out of the aerospace, two russian pilots reportedly ejected, the russian military claiming the plane was on a bombing mission in syria and it did not violate turkish aerospace. now we are seeing down arrows.
the s&p down just over 9. >> cheryl: markets continue to actually get lower and lower. we are also following a major developments out of france this morning. let's bring in ashley webster. he's live in paris. obviously, ashley, françois hollande arriving to meet with president, now you have to add to the discussion between leaders today. >> in fact, you could say that françois hollande is on a diplomatic offensive. he's in washington right now to talk to president obama. he flies back to paris to meet with angela merkel and then after moscow to meet with vladimir putin on thursday. he's wanting everyone to be on the same stage, he wants the united states and russia to put aside differences and cooperate and become part of the coalition to directly attack isis. it'll be interest to go see what
he discusses and what he resolves with president obama. you can see the eiffel tower behind me. not very people there. you know, there aren't many people on the street whether the weather is nice or not. we are at the museum a few days ago, very few people there. the shops, tourist attractions are seeing a significant drop in businesses since paris attacks 11 days ago. streets in brussels are relatively empty again. the city on lockdown, universities, schools, subway systems still close, we are told that perhaps there maybe some partial opening depending on what the authorities decide. the search for the attacker on events here in paris november 13th, he slipped on a couple of occasions.
you mentioned the explosive vest that was found south of paris in a trash can. it didn't have a detonator and made his get away thanks to two people that picked him up in that region of paris. in other words, there's a growing suspicion that he decided not to go through to detonate the suicide vest. in the meantime we are getting word that they are still looking for the identity of another bomber. still don't have a positive id, they do believe he came through greece as part of refugee crowds that he and at least one other of paris attackers managed to slip in europe using refugees as cover. >> cheryl: thank you, ashley. well, you want to make sure you stay in the fox business network today, we are going to have live coverage of president obama and french president hollande news
conference. they are expected to address the down russian jet near the syrian border, which again affecting u.s. markets today. >> nicole: here at home police say five black lives matter, protestors were shot in minneapolis last night but a group of white supremacies, a all five victims were taken to hospitals with nonlife-threatening injuries. >> cheryl: give you a sense of what's happening with your investments here and around the world. we are looking at european markets which are in the middle of trading right now. there's negative numbers to show you here. cac down 44. that's a loss of more than 1%. and actually we are seeing a little bit of pressure
continuing, nicole, with european markets. >> nicole: that's right, let's take a look here at u.s. stock index futures. down 73 now. s&p down 9. we are waiting gdp, burlington, dollar tree, and also chicos today. >> cheryl: carl icahn bought and will launch review of business and investors welcome the news, shares of valian pharmaceuticals rising after capital management disclosed nearly 10% stake in the company. and then there's this.
elliot management disclosed 6 and a half percent in alcoa, split in two, spitting off the parts making business from raw aluminum operation. >> nicole: we will get the second itself -- estimate for growth product. that's up from the original reading of 1 and a half percent. corporate profits will also be in know cus after they pose the strongest quarterly increase. we will find out how consumer is doing and main driver. whether he have that gdp report for you when it's released at 8:30 a.m. eastern time and you know the fed is watching these numbers and that jobs report that is coming on december 4 will be key. >> cheryl: what news affecting markets today. coming up, knew ebbing land patriots calls inaudible in
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>> cheryl: we want to get you caught up on the u.s. stock futures. here is what happened. we we were in the green and went to red and now report that is one of the russian pilots actually has sneen video dead. those reports coming from syrian rebels talking to roeters, the other russian pilot was captured by authorities. it wasn't in aerospace, all is affecting u.s. markets. we are looking at a much lower open. >> nicole: tesla announced model but it's not cheap. will cost you a cool 80,000
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the night and the cavs beat the magic 117-103. >> nicole: before you head out the door, let's take a look at your tuesday morning forecast with fox meteorologist maria molina. >> maria: i want to show you the radar across most of the nation. it's pretty quiet this morning. in the northeast now showers in some areas, as we head out west, this is where we have a powerful storm system impacting washington state and oregon and rain moving parts to california. we are going see the moisture sprayed out to northern rockies and california and heavy snow out there specially for higher elevations, a foot to 18-inches of snow out there across parts of oregon, parts of the california sierra and forecast by wednesday across parts of
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>> nicole: as news of russian jet shot down on the syrian border by turkey, the ftse, cac, and dax to the downside. cac is down 1.7%. looking at u.s. stock futures here. dow futures down 80, and s&p down 10 as we wait for gdp report. looking at commodities, today we are seeing oil up 35 cents and gold up more than 7 bucks. now to take it through the next several hours, maria bartiromo, mornings with maria, good morning to you, maria. >> maria: good morning, to you. happy tuesday. i'm maria bartiromo and it's tuesday november 24th, with me this morning dagen mcdowell and
ceo keith mccullough. breaking news this morning, a turkish fighter jet shot down a russian aircraft near the turkey-syrian border. the aircraft was warned three times to get out of the turkish airspace coming in the news right now. a suicide vest has been sound and authorities believed it belonged to the attacker still at large. brussels on lockdown for a fourth day in a row this morning. the u.s. initiating global travel warning. french president françois hollande will meet with president obama in washington, will hold a news conference which you can watch right here. we will take that for you live. a terrorist a top issue in campaign trail. doubled down on comments of bringing water boarding to combat isis.
>> would approve water boarding? in a heart beat. don't kid yourself, folks, it works, only a stupid person would say it doesn't work. >> maria: later in the program we will hear from gulliani. higher than the first estimate. keith mccullough has an issue with that number. [laughter] >> maria: let's check out futures ahead of the numbers which will set the tone for markets, lower beginning for the day in terms of trading, dow industrial indicated down 80 points. s&p and nasdaq also under water this morning for tune about half a percent on each.