>> nicole: breaking news this morning. donald trump sparks a brawl in republican party with controversial plan to ban muslims to coming to the united states. so coming up, good morning, i'm nicole petallides. >> cheryl: good morning, everyone, i'm cheryl casone. u.s. stock market futures looking like this ahead of the opening bell right now. the dow pointing higher just about 7 points. coming up european data there. s&p and nasdaq pointing slightly lower in the premarket.
>> nicole: 36, obviously low since 2009. >> cheryl: biggest year ever for mergers maybe about to get even bigger. chemical giants are in talk for 120 billion-dollar deal. >> nicole: yahoo's plan to spin-off alibababa. >> cheryl: in sports the golden state warriors perfect season rolls on and in baseball the new york yankees make a big trade. we are going to tell you who is going where. that's a good one. welcome to fbn:am, first look at what's moving in today's markets, we have the latest breaking news and what to expect on your day ahead. >> nicole: republican presidential candidate donald trump to prevent as muslims from entering the united states causing a huge controversy. he does not regret the proposial
at all. >> we have to do the right thing. somebody in this country has to say what's right. i have great respect and love. i have part-time that i have tremendous relationship with muslims. they agree 100%. it's short-term. let our country get its act together. >> nicole: strong reaction from gop rivals. >> king of saudi arabia his son attends georgetown university. >> the world seems to go crazy when donald trump front runner says, let's turn out the constitution out, i don't have a plan to to defeat isis. >> that we shouldn't bringing people without vetting them
properly, ting controversy comes where he said muslims many general. that's where the problem came in. >> nicole: 68 of trump supporters will vote for him if he ran as independent. >> cheryl: we have this breaking this morning. anything having to do with donald trump these days is controversial including today's cover of the new york daily news. the paper tweeted an early look at the cover. it's a cartoon of republican presidential candidate donald trump beheading the statute of liberty. here is what it reads. when trump came for the mexicans i did not speak as i was not a mexican, when it came to
muslims, i did not speak out as i was not a muslim. then he came from me. a german gestures about nazis. >> nicole: house overwhelming approving tightening the visa waiver program. 407-19. current program allow citizens of 38 countries to be our country for up to three months without a visa. the legislation would rier visas for anyone who has been in iraq or syria in the previous five years, exceptions are made for official government visits and also military service. >> cheryl: democratic front runner hillary clinton slamming donald trump. >> this is both a shameless and dangerous idea. at a time when america should be
doing everything we can to lead the fight to defeat isis and other radical jihadists, donald trump is playing right into their hands. >> cheryl: meanwhile clinton expected to offer details today on proposal on companies that try to move headquarters apraud to lower tax bills. they would tax foreign earnings at the time of the deal. >> nicole: new development in the san bernardo shooting. federal agents believe syed farook may have thought of another terror attack prior to san bernardino. interviews with enrique márquez that bought guns for massacre. malik, his wife was operative,
malik was radicalized before she came to the united states, meantime the couple six-month-old girl it's at the center of custody battle. she's not expected to be raised be family but aunt and uncle moved to custody. >> cheryl: two men did not report monday to regular training. that's about 230 miles south of atlanta. they had been training with american troops since february. authority said they were screened prior to arrival in the u.s. more than a year ago. >> nicole: defense secretary ash carter will testify before the armed services committee on antiislam strategy.
u.s. citizenship and immigration services director león rodríguez will testify for a house panel about syrian refugees that are sob resettled in the united states. the testimony comes as the fbi continues to investigates last week's mass shootings in san bernardino, california. >> cheryl: wow. let's get you caught up on the global market overnight. shanghai barely, barely up. nikkei, kospi all down but just a percent. >> nicole: let's check out what's going on in europe here. all to the downside, cac and dax half a percent. >> cheryl: dow is unchanged, earlier up are flat for the dow and s&p is lower by two and a quarter and nasdaq by 9 and a half.
oil looking at 37.93 a barrel, gold 10.74. >> cheryl: finally the dollar and key u.s. currencies. take a look right now. the euro and the uk pound trading higher against the dollar. >> nicole: 2.23%. >> cheryl: well, two of the biggest names in chemicals are talking merger. dow and dupont a union would combine two of america's oldest companies that together worth nearly $120 billion. the merger can be announced in the coming days and follow a three-way breakup of the combine company and it would also clear antitrust regulators. >> nicole: report that is yoo
hoo is -- yahoo is giving up alibaba. pressure to sell the core business rather proceed with the plan spin-off of the stake in alibaba which could trigger large tax payments. yahoo will consider other options, the decision, the setback for yahoo ceo marisa myer. >> cheryl: the gun maker reported better than expected results yesterday and they raised their annual outlook. investigators with new gun debate to drive shares higher. 8-year high. >> nicole: retailer of i don't
goa-themed atlettic apparel to earn 37 cents a share. that's down. other corporate issues that bogged down growth. >> cheryl: now the competition. they've got other companies that are moving into that space which is the leisure athletic wear. it's going to be interesting what the stock does. here is the first one, u.s. proposes overhaul of car safety ratings. automatic breaks and another advanced features to five-star rating program. next one vw, emissions regular intlaitor long before volkswagen . he said it wasn't relevant to emissions.
latest cyber threat. online records is helping deed fraud reach epidemic levels in manhattan and becoming also more common a deed to a property that you own, fraudulent activity and that's a whole other nightmare. >> nicole: indeed. this morning there's outrage of the short list, the leader of isis. they have made their pick. >> we are trying to run a people's campaign, we don't have a super pac, we don't want money from billionaires and millionaire. >> nicole: bernie sanders was the time reader's top pick. we will have the others on the short list. remain perfect on the season. in baseball, yankees have made a
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well that's why i dug this out for you. it's your grandpappy's hammer and he would have wanted you to have it. it meant a lot to him... yes, ge makes powerful machines. but i'll be writing the code that will allow those machines to share information with each other. i'll be changing the way the world works. (interrupting) you can't pick it up, can you? go ahead. he can't lift the hammer. it's okay though! you're going to change the world. >> cheryl: all right, i want to take a look at u.s. stock market futures. every index is pointing to the downside. s&p lower up by 3 and a half. >> nicole: now turn it to the person of the year and time magazine person of the year will be announced this morning on the today show. they are isis leader black lives matter activists, iran's
president, last but not least donald trump. bernie sanders won the poll, picked by little more than 10% of time readers over pope francis. >> cheryl: obviously isis leader, ve controversial. hopefully that's not it. at the 2015 victoria fashion show killey jenner and gadid were the star of the show.
worth about $2 million at least. it's all about the bra and what's it's worth in the fashion show. >> nicole: golden state warriors remained perfect as they continue to make history. marked their 27th straight victory dating back to last break. 2013 miami heat for the second longest winning streak. record of 33 wins in a row and will visit the boston celtics on friday. new york yankees traded pitcher and the player to be named 25-year-old had batting average and 11 home runs, help the team get a little bit younger. they lost the wild card game
this year and missed the playoffs and haven't won a championship since 2009. we have some more off-season moves. miller from the atlanta braves as they give up their number one draft. 56million-dollar four-year deal with ben, most likely to fill the void as second base. >> cheryl: a lot of good stuff in sports this morning. coming up, let's go back to politics. donald trump triggers a brawl in the republican party. >> what was proposed yesterday is not what this party stands for. >> you have a serious candidate and he's not going to win the nomination. >> cheryl: we are going to have the latest on the split of gop trump supporters.
now the strieming -- streaming music service is caving to her demands. checking u.s. stock index futures as we go to break. taking a look at the dow futures. we are trying to slip a little more to negative territory. s&p down four and a quarter, you're watching fbn:am, first look at breaking news. ♪ ♪
united states. good morning, i'm cheryl casone. >> nicole: good morning, i'm nicole petallides. after falling oil prices yesterday, lowest levels since 2009. s&p down almost 4. they have been back and forth. nasdaq futures down 12. >> cheryl: let's take a look at the oil contract right now. rebounded a bit overnight after hitting a 7-year low yesterday crude oil prices right now 38.07, barely a gain on that contract. >> nicole: biggest year for mergers maybe even bigger dow and dupont reportedly in talks for 120 hl billion dollar deal. >> cheryl: tax man apparently putting on yahoo's plan to spin-off alibaba. we will have next what's next
for ceo mar zea myer. >> nicole: new york yankees make a big trade. we will tell you who is going where. welcome to fbn:am, first look at what's moving no today's markets, the latest breaking news and what to expect in the day ahead. >> cheryl: donald trump's plan to temporary ban muslims to the united states is causing controversy. for it's short-term, let the country get its act together. >> cheryl: strong reactions from gop rivals. >> the king of saudi arabia, strong ally of the united
states, his son attends georgetown university. he's not going to be allowed in. what's that going to do with the relationship of an ally? >> let's throw the constitution out, i don't have a plan to defeat isis, let's ban all muslims from entering the u.s. >> that we shouldn't be bringing people without vetting them properly, where the controversy comes in is where he said muslims in general. i think that's where the problem came in. >> cheryl: well, meanwhile in u.s. today poll finds that 68% of trump supporters would vote for him if he was an independent . poll finds that trump expanded lead in new hampshire. trump continues to top with 32% support followed by marco rubio,
14%, chris christie at 9% and jeb bush al 8%. >> nicole: anything having to do can donald trump is controversial including cover of daily news. you can see, it's a cartoon of the republican presidential candidate beheading the statute of liberty. it reads, quote, when trump came for the mexicans, i did not speak out, as i was not a mexican, when he came for the muslims, i did not speak out as i was not a muslim, then he came for me, end quote. famous passage about lectures of nazi. >> cheryl: new developments in the investigation into the san bernardino shooting. fox has learned that federal agents now believe syed farook may have thought of another terror attack. it appears the information was revealed with interviews with
enrique márquez that bought the rifles that were used in last week's massacre. investigators are looking very closely that malik was operative . meantime the couple's 6-month-old baby girl not expected to be raised by relattist. the grandmother was present at the hearing as well. this is crucial, nicole, because she was living with them. investigators want to know what does she know and she does not know, so far, i didn't know anything but yet she was living with them. >> nicole: one week after the san bernardino attack, congress putting silicon valley on notice. the house foreign committee is introducing more legislation from president obama on strategy to combat terrorist use of social media.
meanwhile senator prepares to unveil legislation that would require social media companies to alert law enforcement when they detect terrorist activity. our own fox business will be covering that story live from washington, d.c. today. >> cheryl: big interview too as well today. let's get you caught up on globe action overnight. let's take a look at what happened in asia. flat, flat, flat. that's the word here. barely down. quiet night for asia. >> asia. >> nicole: ftse down two tenths of a percent. cac and dax down about a half percent each. >> cheryl: we were up earlier but now u.s. stock market futures they're pointing lower, not by much. s&p looking lower by 4. >> nicole: today we are seeing a little bounce back of 38.07.
>> cheryl: before you head out the door let's get a look at your wednesday forecast with fox meteorologist maria molina who is hopefully going to tell us more about the temperatures on the east coast. >> maria: we are going see sunshine, pleasant temperatures. we do have a massive storm system out west but that's really what we want to focus on. we are talking about several inches of rainfall, elevations out here, it's going to be very unsettled, washington state, oregon, california, parts of northern rockies, colorado, significant snowfall, the good news here besides the bad news with travel issue, the potential
for flash flooding, we really do need the moisture. we are going to see drought relief and there's a quick look at high temperatures adaughters or sons nation, 50 for you in new york city, 70's across parts of southern plains. let's head over to you. >> maria: i get blamed usually when it's not that fair out. >> cheryl: i know. thank you so much. >> nicole: streaming music service is caving into demand. we will have that story. we will tell you about their plan to reorder your tweets. let's check out u.s. stock index futures. we were up 80, dow futures down 7, down 9. s&p futures down 4. nasdaq futures down 4 and a half. you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news.
nine-year low for oil hit yesterday. >> nicole: considering allowing some artists to withhold music from their free service. reportedly test the new approach to see how it affects usage and subscription signups, this comes after recently lost all of taylor swift music and adele also to withhold and other streaming services. 80million monthly active users. >> cheryl: twitter has confirmed, the new format will result in relevant instead of reverse chronological order. last month twitter changed icon.
i don't mind the heart so much. i don't like the timeline proposal to be honest with you. people that you follow and tweet a lot, you're going to get a chunk at the top. >> nicole: donald trump triggers a brawl in the republican party. >> what was proposed yesterday is not what this party stands for. >> he's not a serious candidate and he's not going to win the nominations. >> nicole: we will have the latest on the split between gop leaders and trump supporters and this year is the biggest ever for motheringers and acquisitions, it's about to get bigger, we will have the latest on the two chemical giants hammering out a 120-billion dollar deal. dow futures looking down 9, zap futures down 4. nasdaq futures down a quarter of 1 percent. you are watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news.
>> cheryl: biggest year ever for mergers may be about to get even bigger, chemical giant dow and dupont in talks for a 120-billion dollar deal. and in sports, the golden state warriors perfect season rolls on and in baseball the new york yankees make a big trade. we are going to tell you who is going where. welcome to fbn:am, first look at what's moving in today's markets, latest breaking news and what to expect for your day ahead. >> nicole: republican presidential candidate donald trump slammed to temporarily ban muslims from entering the united states causing a huge controversy. trump saying he does not regret the proposal at all. >> we have to do the right thing. somebody in this country has to say what's right.
i have great respect and love. i have people that i have tremendous relationships with and barbara, they agree with me 100%. it's short-term. let the country get its act together. >> nicole: comments spark reaction from gop rivals. >> the sing of saudi arabia, strong ally of the united states, his son attends georgetown university. what is that going to do? >> donald trump t front runner for the republican party says, let's throw the constitution out, let's ban all muslims from entering the u.s. >> that we shouldn't be bringing people without vetting them properly, i think where the controversy comes in is when he said muslims in general. i think that's where the problem came in. >> nicole: new u.s. today finds
68% of trump supporters would vote for him if he ran as an independent and the latest cnn poll finds trump has expanded the lead in new hampshire. trump continues to top the field with 32% support followed by marco rubio at 14%. chris christie 9% and jeb bush at 8%. >> cheryl: well, anything having to do with donald trump these days is controversial including today's cover of daily news. as you can see, it's a cartoon of the republican presidential candidate beheading the statute of liberty. here is what it reads. when trump came from the mexicans, i did not speak out, as i was not a mexican. when he came to the muslims i did not speak out as i was not a muslim then he came to me. the text is inspired by a german
pastor of the nazis. very controversial. >> nicole: new developments in the investigation of san bernardino shootings, syed farook may have thought of another terror attack prior to the one in san bernardino, it appears the information was revealed in interviews with enrique márquez who bought the rifles that were used in last week's massacre. investors are looking in the possibility that ta -- malik are you sure radicalized before she came to the united states. the 6-month-old girl in custody battle. the baby is not expected to be raised by relatives but aunt and uncle moved to try to gain custody. >> cheryl: let's take a look at what's going on in asia. flat, flat finish asia. shanghai barely getting
.0 percent. >> nicole: you saw big action. the cac and dax half percent each, ftse down two tenths of 1%. >> cheryl: hey, we were higher, we changed all that, dow pointing lower 11 points and s&p lower 4 in the premarket. >> nicole: gain of 46 cents, 37.97 a barrel. >> cheryl: let's talk about chemicals because two of the biggest names in chemicals are talking about a merger. people familiar with the deal saying that they are in advance talks to merge. union of the two chemical giants would combine two of america's oldest companies and together are worth 120 billion.
they would be followed through a breakup of the combine company which is somewhat standard these days and it would have to clear antitrust regulators. that's the hurdle. >> nicole: here is a look at the headlines in today's edition of the wall street journal. u.s. proposes overhaul of safety rating. automatic breaks and other advanced safety features for five-star rating program to new vehicles. let's take a look at the headline. vw, kept earlier emissions issue from regulators, so there you. >> cheryl: all right. a lot coming up in the journal, a lot lot coming up in this show. coming up time magazine is set to announce the person of the year and there's a lot of outrage over the list t leader of isis. time readers have already made their pick. that is right, bernie sanders, the readers pick for time, we are going to have the others, of course, on that short list.
in sports, the warriors can't seem to be beaten by anybody. they remain perfect on the season. meanwhile the yankees have made a trade. you want to find out who goes where and we will have all the highlights. that's coming up next. u.s. stock market futures pointing slightly lower on this wednesday, you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪ ♪ .
he was a french citizen. he was known by terrorism officials. he did travel to syria two years ago. he was identified by a fingertip that was found inside of the theater, also investigators the man who planned the paris attacks, was nearly captured ten months earlier by greek paris. it's not clear how he got away. abud was killed in police raid five days after attacks and killed overall 130 people in the city of light. >> nicole: down 14, s&p futures down nearly 5. checking on commodities. we have seen a selloff. today up 35.95.
gold is up 2.90. >> cheryl: time has released short list of eight finalists and they are, this is controversial, isis leader, black lives matter activists and caitlin jenner, russian president vladimir putin, iran's president and last but not least donald trump is on the list. maria bartiromo is going to have the announcement of the winner. that's going to be announced on her show. bernie sanders won the readers poll. he was picked by a little more than 10% of time readers over malala and over pope francis. bernie sanders, who knew. >> nicole: tune in to mornings with maria. the possibilities for taking the story backwards.
now, this is the film and the franchise continue to lead the box office, $525 million worldwide. lionsgate saying that the franchise will live on and on. >> cheryl: finally saw it, worth it people. the golden state warriors remain perfect. twenty-seventh straight victory dating back to last spring. that ties 2012 miami heat for the second longest streak in nba history. we will keep you posted. also this new york yankees have traded pitcher adam and a player to be named for cubs infielder castro. castro had a batting average of
.265. they were up by as much as 18 points in the first half, but lebron king james and teammates rallied. lebron had 33 points while adding 10 rebounds. no word if king james went out and celebrated and made his friends pay for their part. >> nicole: before you head out the door let's take a look at the wednesday forecast with fox meteorologist maria molina. >> maria: we are tracking quiet weather in most of the country, that includes the plains, parts of the upper great lakes where we have a quick moving disturbance. the bigger weather story is across the western u.s.
we are getting with a lot of heavy rain and heavy snow no forecast as well. 1-2 feet possible as well in higher elevation and flash flooding possible. good news is we really do need the moisture to alleviate the drought conditions. let's head over to you. >> nicole: thank you maria molina very much, we will be right back. ♪ ♪
>> nicole: let's take a look at u.s. stock market futures right now. has been higher this morning but dow futures now looking about 20, s&p futures down 5 and looking here in oil three days in a row. almost down 9%. today different picture. gold is at 10.77. it is time for mornings with maria and good morning, to you maria bartiromo. >> maria: hey, there, nicole. good morning, everyone, i'm maria bartiromo. happy wednesday.
with me this morning fox business network's dagen mcdowell and keith mccullough. two of the countries oldest companies dupont and dow chemical you in deal talks according to wall street journal. this should be a monster deal. together they're worth nearly $120 billion. we are looking at gains across the board there. campaign trail this morning. daily news with another controversial front page. this time showing donald trump beheading the statute of liberty. this is the latest sign of the backlash following his proposal to ban muslims from entering the country. trump defending his plan to barbara walters saying that he has no regrets. walters went even further. take a listen. >> are you a bigot? >> not at all, probably the least of anybody you have ever met.
>> maria: split in republican party between establishment and gross-root sporters. coming up. san bernardino shooting learning that syed farook may have planned another attack. wife may have been an operative before she arrived in the country. we are looking at weakness. we follow two days of losses. we are expecting a fraction loss. in europe we are seeing real weakness. take a look at cac. the shanghai index up just a fraction. nikkei average down about 1%. the story this week has been the price of oil, checking on crude