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>> if you become the nominee, who the hell knows that you can serve in office. >> on the issue of citizenship, i'm not going to use your mother's birth against you. >> someone who lies to the family of those victims of benghazi can never be president of the united states. >> nicole: breaking news this morning, republican candidates lock horn in the fox business debate last night on everything from isis and terrorism to taxes and tariffs with less than three weeks before voting begins, we will have highlights before it
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begins. >> lauren: good morning, everybody. i'm lauren simonetti. u.s. stock market futures sinking ahead of the opening bell. dow futures indicating 238-point loss. futures down 71 points. >> nicole: in asia it's official. another three and a half china now down 20% from the highs in december. >> lauren: behind the big moves oil below $30 a barrel. 29.69 cents at this second. we will track all of these markets and get a closer look on the outlook for stocks. welcome to fbn:am, first look at what's moving in today's markets and what to expect ahead. >> nicole: republican presidential candidates clashing in a crucial debate hosted by the fox business network. >> lauren: seven white house hopefuls taking the main stage, here are the highlights.
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>> tuesday night i watched story time with barack obama, and i have to tell you, it sounded like everything in the world was going amazing. >> hillary clinton would be a national security disaster. if she gets elected her first 100 days, she might be going back and forth between the white house and the courthouse. we need to stop that. >> hillary clinton is disqualified from being commander of the united states. someone who is not handle intelligence information appropriately cannot be commander in chief and someone who lies to those victims of benghazi can never be president of united states. >> donald's mother was born in scottland. she was naturalized. >> but i was born here. >> on the issue of citizenship, donald, on the issue of citizenship, donald, i'm not going to use your mother's birth against you. >> because it wouldn't work. >> well, listen i spent my entire life defending the u.s. constitution and i tell you i'm not going to be taking legal
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advise from donald. >> you don't have to. >> has endorsed many ideas that barack obama supports. >> nobody can keep up with what you're saying is accurate or not. >> china want to built it in china, china happens to be smart the way they do it. >> you head back to the airports. go check and see. >> we should be for free trade and fair trade and when countries violates trade agreements, we need to stand up against those countries that do that without making them into an enemy. >> i'm very happy to get a question this early on. i was going to ask you to wake me up when the time came. [laughter] >> my tax plan enables you to fill out your taxes on a postcard so we can abolish the irs. marco leads the irs code in with all of the complexity. >> you may rename the irs but
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you're not going to be abolish irs. >> debate on the floor of the senate to actually answer the question you asked which was on entitlements. do you remember that, everybody? a question on entitlements. >> wherever you're sitting, i am your friend. i am very angry because our country is being run horribly. >> so if you happen to be right, you can get the top job at the end of the day. [laughter] >> no, no. >> nicole: highlights and three gop conned tenders facing off in early debates. here are some of the key moments. >> i'm not a political insider, i haven't spent my lifetime
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running for office, unlike another woman in this race, i like spending time with my husband. >> i let you decide who won the debate. i tell you who won because i know who won that debate. i'm going to take rand paul's time for a second. >> donald trump and hillary clinton. >> maybe what the president should have talked the other night is how we ought to be more care nfl the comments comments that are going toward american jews than muslims because they're being targeted for religious hate crimes. >> despite barack obama's bromance -- >> lauren: that debate will be hosted by fox news channel on january 28th. >> nicole: a lot of heated
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exchanges last night and a lot of gloves came off for donald trump and ted cruz. blake berman in charleston, south carolina. blake, you're there, what do you think so far? >> blake: last night was phenomena, first off. what a great debate the first one and then once again at 9:00 o'clock. if you had any doubts or any lingering questions about dynamic between donald trump and ted cruz has changed between the last 48-72 hours, last night should have erased any of those lingering questions. those went at it face to face for the first time several issues that they went at it, over being the citizenship issue whether indeed, ted cruz is a natural-born citizen or not. there were moments about new york values. as you probably know, earlier this week one of the attacks was that trump embodies new york values.
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the texas senator was asked about what, exactly what he means and donald trump responded with quite possibly his most emotional moment so far of his election cycle. >> there are many wonderful men and women in the state of new york, but everybody understands that the values of new york are socially liberal, progay marriage. >> he insulted a lot of people. new york is a great place, it's got great people, loving people, wonderful people, when world trade center came down, i saw something that no place on earth could have handled more beautifully and humanly than new york. >> blake: well, the fire
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returned on trade. he favors a 45% tariff on imported chinese good. trump said that was not the case, not what he told the times editorial board but eventually said he would favor if situations, if circumstances worked out some sort of a tariff on china. that is when marco rubio jumped in and said, essentially that doesn't make economic sense. >> china, we send goods in and we don't tax, they do whatever they want to do. okay. when we do business with china, they tax us, you don't know it. they tax it. i'm totally open to a tariff. they're hold trade thing is tariff. >> china doesn't pay the tariff. buyer. you send a tie or shirt made in china into the united states and american goes to buy it, it gets passed on to the price of the consumer. >> blake: the night ended with a
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late-night spat between rubio and cruz over several issues, many people think this is shaping to be a trump-cruz-rubio event from here on out. >> nicole: great stuff there. we enjoyed the debate. blake berman in north charleston, thank you very much. >> blake: thanks. >> lauren: it's not just politics in the market. let's get you caught up on global market action overnight. starting in asia, shanghai composite down 3 and a half percent and now in bare market territory. nikkei down half of 1%. hang seng down one and a half and kospi down 1.1%. >> nicole: much of the same and we are seeing the cac, for example, down more than 1%. the ftse nearly down 1%. >> lauren: that's affecting how we are trading here in the u.s. 232 points for almost one and a half percent and similar percent
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age declines. yesterday was the best day of the year for the u.s. stocks. >> nicole: so much of this because of commodities. oil dropped less than $30 for west texas, 29.70. gold up $9 and 20 cents. >> lauren: this is how the dollar is trading against some key currencies around the world. you see strength in euro and yen. >> nicole: right now 2.05% as now everybody forecasting maybe just one rate hike for the year 2016. >> lauren: intel is a stock to watch today. intel made progress in the fourth quarter but not enough to satisfy investors. the company should more chips in the quarter but there are worries about gross margins offsetting demands. they are nearly 5% late yesterday.
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down 6% right now in the premarket. intel shares down almost 11% in the last year. >> nicole: let's take a look at the headlines of today's edition of the wall street journal. china higher to buy ge appliance unit for $5.4 billion. the move will allow to expand its business overseas. goldman reaches 5 billion-dollar settlement over mortgageback securities. by land air and now sea, amazon looks to arrange ocean freight. amazon also temporarily dropping the price for subscription service to $73 from 99 bucks just for this weekend. >> lauren: you want to know why it was 73, the 73rd golden globe awards. coming up everybody, more
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highlights from the great debate last night including heated debate from donald trump including ted cruz on citizenship. >> interestingly donald j. trump would be disqualified. >> but i was born here. >> on the issue of citizenship, donald -- >> big difference. >> lauren: we will tell you why this exchange stood out most with most viewers. s&p futures down 28. nasdaq down 71. you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news this friday morning. ♪ ♪
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>> one of the reasons that my poll numbers dropped, people thought that i probably wasn't
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well versed in foreign policy and what to do with domestic terror, believe me i can wax with any of those guys, much beyond what they can do, but seldom do you get an opportunity to do that. >> lauren: debate was a hot topic on social media last night . >> jo ling: new hampshire, no surprise here. vermont, the home of bernie sanders. let me show you the top issues from 9:00-11:00. which candidate came out on top in terms of the conversation, well, no surprise donald trump continues to be the most talked about candidate on facebook followed by ted cruz, marco rubio, carson and chris christie getting into the top 5 there. but we want to also show you the most social moment here. i'm going to see if i've got that. here we go. this is the most social moment
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on fox business facebook page and it was you're an american as anyone on the stage, suggest we focus on who is best prepared to be commander in chief because that's the most important question facing this country. also the most social moment on facebook, i'm not taking legal advise from donald trump. >> nicole: thank you jo ling ling kent. >> lauren: declines hitting european stocks as well. this is how they've opened. cac futures down 1% and dax futures less than 1%. the outperformer in the group. >> nicole: oil miners have been selling off. dow futures down 245. s&p futures down nearly 30.
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>> lauren: oil prices did fall below $30 a barrel and still below 30. 29.60 cents a barrel. gold at 10.82 an ounce. nick income coming up more highlights from great debate last night. >> tuesday night i watched story time with barack obama and i have to tell you, it sounded like everything in the world was going amazing. [laughter] >> nicole: we will have highlights from the debate. you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪ ♪
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>> if you become the nominee who recollects the hell knows if you can even serve in office. >> i'm not going to use your mother's birth against you. >> someone who lies to the families of those four victims of benghazi can never be president of the united states. [cheers and applause] >> lauren: republican candidates lock horns in a fox business debate last night on everything from isis and terrorism to taxes and tariffs with less than three weeks to go before voting begins. we will have all of the highlights from the great debate. good friday morning, i'm lauren simonetti. >> nicole: i'm nicole petallides. stock markets futures this morning sinking ahead from the opening bell. s&p futures dropping 30 after we saw asia selloff. >> lauren: in asia it is official. a bare market after chien's stocks. sink another 3 and a half percent overnight.
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china stocks down 20% from recent high. >> nicole: much the blame in oil. down 5 and a half percent. welcome to fbn:am, first look at what's moving in today's markets and the latest breaking news and what to expect on the day ahead. >> lauren: republican presidential candidates clashes in a crucial debate hosted by fox business network. >> nicole: seven white house hopefuls taking the main stage in north charleston, south carolina, here are the highlights. >> tuesday night i watched story night with barack obama, i have to tell you it sounded like everything in the world was going amazing. >> hillary clinton would be a natural security disaster. if she gets elected instead of setting agenda, she might be going back and forth between the white house and the courthouse. >> someone who cannot handle intelligence information appropriately cannot be commander in chief and someone
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who lies to the families of victims in benghazi can never be president of the united states. >> donald's mother was born in scottland, she was naturalized. >> but i was born here. >> on the issue of citizenship, donald -- >> big difference. >> on the issue of citizenship, donald, i'm not going to use your mother's birth against you. >> because it wouldn't work. >> i've spent my entire life defending the constitution and i won't take you legal advise from donald trump. >> has endorsed many ideas that barack obama supports. >> talk and talk and talk and you talk so much that no one can keep up with what you're saying. >> china does not want boeing building planes. china happens to be smart the way we do, not the way we do it. >> go check and see -- >> i will check for you. >> check it out.
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>> we should be for free trade and when countries violate trade agreements, we need to stand up against those countries that do that without making them into the enemy. >> i was going to ask you to wake me up when the time came. [laughter] >> my tax plan enables you to fill out your taxes on a postcard so we can abolish the irs. marco leads the irs with all of the complexity. >> you may rename the irs but you're not going to abolish because there has to be one agency to direct your back tax. >> do you remember that, everybody? a question on entitlements. you had your chance and you blew it. >> i am a friend, we are friends, that's good, but she did say -- she did say there was anger and i could say, oh, i'm
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not angry, i'm very angry because our country is being hundred horribly. >> if this all works out i'm happy to consider naming you as vp and if so if you happen to be right you could get the top job at the end of the day. >> no, no. [laughter] >> nicole: well the republicans now only have one more debate before the iowa caucuses, that debate will be hosted by the fox business news channel on january 28th. >> lauren: let's get you caught up on global market action overnight. in asia sea of red. shanghai composite in red territory. kospi down more than 1%. >> nicole: red trickles to europe. we are seeing down arrows there as well for the ftse, cac and dax. all down 1% each this morning. lawyer lawyer in the u.s. we see a selloff. dow futures down and s&p down
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31. >> nicole: let's check out the commodities, oil 29.43, down a buck 77, down 5 and a half percent. huge story today. gold almost eight bucks at 10.81. >> lauren: coming up, more highlights dealing with china took center stage including donald trump's controversial idea to slap tariffs. >> the buyer pay it is tariff. if you send the tie or a shirt made in china into the united states and the american goes to buy it at the store, it gets passed on to the price of the consumer. >> lauren: we will get the perspective from beijing with tracy yu. u.s. stock market futures all down, dow futures down 258 points. nasdaq futures 2%, 82 points. you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news. keep it here.
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>> i'm totally open to a tariff f they don't treat us fairly, hey, their hold trade thing is tariff. you can't deal in china without tariff. we don't do it. it's not fair trade. >> you think the chinese if they had 45% wouldn't retaliate, of course, they would. this would be devastate for our economy.
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>> the best thing to do is make economy stronger. >> lauren: donald trump, jeb bush and marco rubio commenting on trump's proposal to slap massive tariff on china's exports to the united states, tracy yu who is a business reporter for chinese state television joins us now in our new york studio, good morning, tracy. great to have you. are people in china even interested in the debates here? >> tracy: very much so. they are interested in the election specially when shanghai markets are crashing and people are wondering why. a lot of people blame it on the circuit brakier. it's actually the yuan. he said something like china is a currency manipulator, they're lowering and trade advantage. come on.
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that was true about eight years ago. i feel u.s. politicians have such a hard time grasping the economic reality of china. right now -- go ahead. >> nicole: when he was talking about the tariffs and we heard different views pertaining the tariffs and trade and work with china, what are your views on that? >> tracy: when he talked about yuan that's where the tariff comment came about. the chinese government is having a hard time keeping from not devaluating so fast. china had $4 trillion in reserve. 2.3trillion. where did all the money go? they spent trying to buy to prop up currency. are you going to get in trade war with japan? are you going to get a trade war with everybody? that doesn't make any sense.
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>> lauren: how severe is the slowdown for the average person? >> tracy: the whole thing started with currency even last year when they devalued yuan. >> nicole: i have to interrupt. we saw chinese stocks into bare market territory. that is the amount of debt that china holds here in the u.s. and the worries that are best friend with all the money holding u.s. decides to sell off because they need to money, what do you make of that. >> tracy: with rising u.s. dollar it's going to make china more expensive as well. that spreads to china's corporates. if they default it's going to be a domino effect. the reality is that china-u.s. have a dependent economy. they could come out with policies that benefit both countries, hopefully.
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>> lauren: tracy, thank you so much. tracy yu in studio, nicole. >> nicole: a lot of the candidates took aim at front runner hillary clinton, including jeb bush. >> she's under investigation with the fbi right now. if she gets elected her first hundred days, she might be going back and forth between the white house and the courthouse. >> nicole: we are keeping a close eye on markets. s&p 500 down 34, nasdaq down 84. you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news. stay with us. ♪ ♪
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>> if you become the nominee, who the hell knows if you can
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even serve in office. >> on the issue of citizenship, donald, i'm not going to use your mother's birth against you. >> someone who lies to the families of those four victims in benghazi can never be president of the united states. [cheers and applause] >> nicole: breaking news this morning, republican candidates lock horns in the republican fox business debate with less than three weeks before voting begins, whether he have all the highlights on the great debate. good morning, i'm nicole petallides. >> lauren: good morning, i'm lauren simonetti. look at the damage this morning. dow futures sinking 265 points. nasdaq futures 82 and a half. >> nicole: in asia, shanghai composite sanked and now down 20% from the december highs.
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>> lauren: oil prices slumping before $30 a barrel. welcome to fbn:am, first look at morning markets, breaking news and what to expect on the day ahead. >> nicole: republican presidential candidates clashing in a crucial debate host bid the fox business network. >> lauren: seven white house hopefuls taking the main stage so here are all the highlights for you. >> tuesday night i watched story night with barack obama, i have to tell you, it sounded like everything in the world was amazing. >> her first hundred days instead of setting an agenda, she might be going back and forth between the white house and the courthouse. we need to stop that. >> hillary clinton is disqualified from being commander in chief of the united states. someone that cannot handle intelligence information appropriately cannot be commander in chief and someone
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who lied to the four families of benghazi can never be president of the united states. >> donald's mother was born in scottland. >> but i was born here. >> on the issue of citizenship, donald -- >> big difference. >> on the issue of citizenship, donald, i'm not going to use your mother's birth against you. [laughter] >> because it wouldn't work. >> listen, i spent my entire life defending the the constitution before the u.s. supreme court and i tell you i'm not going to be taking legal advise from donald trump. >> you don't have to. >> governor christie has endorsed many of the ideas that barack obama supports. >> what you get to do is talk and talk and you talk so much no one can keep up with what you're saying, if it's accurate or not. >> china happens to be smart the way they do it and not the way we do it. >> go check and see. check it out. >> we should be for free trade but i think fair trade and when
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countries violate trade agreements or dump products in this country, we need to stand up against those countries that do that without making them into an enemy. >> i'm very happy to get a question this early on. i was going to ask you to wake me up when the time came. [laughter] >> my tax plan enables you to fill out your taxes on a postcard so we can abolish the irs. marco leads the irs code in with all of the complexity. >> you may rename the irs, you're not going to abolish the irs. >> to actually answer the question that you asked which was on entitlements, do you remember that, everybody? a question on entitlements. and the reason -- you had your chance, you blew it. >> i am a friend, we are friends. that's good. [laughter] >> she did say there was anger and i could say, oh, i'm not angry, i'm very angry because our country is being run horribly.
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>> if this all works out i'm happy to consider naming you as vp and if so if you happen to be right, you could get the top job at the end of the day. >> no, no. [laughter] >> no, no. >> nicole: and gop contenders facing off in the earlier debate. here are some of those key moments. >> i'm not a political insider, i haven't spent my lifetime running for office and unlike another woman in this race, i actually love spending time with my husband. >> google rick santorum and hillary clinton. i let you decide who won that debate. i tell you who won because we passed the bill. i'm going to take some of rand paul's time for a second. [laughter] >> i think we have to end capitalism, starts with both donald trump and hillary clinton. >> maybe what the president should have talked about the other night is how we ought to be more careful on the comments
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that are going toward american jews than toward muslims because by three times as many they're being targeted for religious hate crimes. >> despite donald trump's bromance with vladimir putin, they are our adversary. >> lauren: republicans have one more debate before the iowa caucus. that debate will be hosted by fox business channel january 28th. >> nicole: a lot of heated changes last night. blake berman live in north charleston, south carolina. the morning after, what are some of the final thoughts here, who won the debate, what are people talking about? >> blake: the talk is really donald trump, ted cruz going after each other for the first time face to face in charleston. and you knew one issue in particular was going to be brought up, the questions about whether ted cruz is a
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natural-born citizen. cruz came with a ready-made answer and trump responded in part by saying that some of his concerns in case he potentially wants to name cruz as vice presidential running mate. >> my friend said that he would have the lawyers look at it in every which way. there was no issue. there was nothing to the issue. [laughter] >> since september, the constitution hasn't changed. [laughter] >> but the poll numbers have. >> the fact is there's a big question mark on your head and you can't do that to the party, you really can't, you can't do that to the party. you have to have certainty. >> blake: trump was also asked about proposal to temporarily ban muslims from entering into the u.s., he stood by that claim
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once against last night while several candidates jumped in and said that's just not feasible. >> is there anything you've heard that makes you want to rethink this position? >> no, no. [laughter] [cheers and applause] >> we have to stop with political correctness, we have to get down to creating a country that's not going to have the kind of problems that we've had. >> i hope you reconsider this because this policy is a policy that makes it impossible to build a coalition necessary to take out isis. >> you can't just ban all muslims. you have to ban a radical jihaddist, you have to ban the people that are trying to hurt us. >> blake: trump was asked about trade position as it relates to china, he said he would be open potentially to a tariff of
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importing chinese goods. >> nicole: thank you very much. >> lauren: u.s. stock market futures pointing to a sharply lower open on wall street following losses in asia. china's market a bare market and then you have oil under more pressure sliding below $30 a barrel once again. we check commodities all of the time for you. now we have joe on the telephone for us. good morning, joe, it seems like the relationship is restored, china down, oil down, u.s. stocks down this morning. >> yeah, that seems to be the trend. i think we have some way to continue in europe here we are beginning to enter the bare market territory. so we are in the selloff mode here. what's interesting is we have analysts with some pretty bleak predictions, sell everything, dump everything now, we are into a big period of market correction. there's certain amount of fear here in the european trading.
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>> nicole: can that work the other way, if you have the banks saying sell everything? they call it the fear, rise and have the big selloff in order to have the market actually find its bottom? >> i agree. there has to be one final shakeout. the oil is going to continue moving down. i can't see any resolution to oil. i think we are going to see 20 or maybe the teens before we go back up to the 40 levels. while oil is weak, european economy, specially the uk economy weakness pretty quickly. so we are going to see continued weakness. >> lauren: and iran oil might come to the market soon. thank you joe rundle. >> thank you. >> nicole: china to buy ge appliance unit for $5.4 billion, the move will allow higher to
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expand its business overseas. goldman sachs, reaches 5 billion-dollar settlement over mortgageback securities. this is the largest settlement in the history of the wall street firm. by land, air and now sea, amazon looks to arrange ocean freight. pursuit to handle logistics of package delivery. dropping the price for prime subscription service to $73 from $99 for this weekend. >> lauren: and coming up more highlights from the debate last night included this heated exchange between donald trump and ted cruz on citizenship. >> interestingly enough donald j. trump would be disqualified. [laughter] >> but i was born here. >> on the issue of citizenship, donald -- >> we will tell you why this exchange stood out the most among viewers. you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and
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>> i'm not in this thing to yield the loudest and be extreme because i figure i can win and pull the country together. look, you cannot fix social security, you can't balance budgets, you can't do any of these things and protect the homeland unless you have some people in the other party that say, yeah, i will go along. >> nicole: debate was a hot topic on social media last night. jo ling kent keeping track.
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>> jo ling: iran, immigration, isis, the economy, and guns, but i know what you want to hear, which candidate came out on top in terms of conversation, well, no surprise donald trump continues to be the most talked about candidate on facebook followed by ted cruz, marco rubio, carson and chris christie getting into the top five there. but we want to also show you the most social moment here. i'm going to see if i've got that. here we go. this is the most social moment on fox business facebook page and it was -- you're an american as everyone on the stage, i suggest we focus on who is best prepared to be commander in chief because that's the most important question facing the country, also the most important social moment on facebook, i'm not taking legal advise from donald trump. >> that was jo lingling kent.
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>> nicole: we are seeing a market selloff, global market selloff. shanghai composite down 3%. so that bare market territory. nikkei down a half percent. then we turn it right over the europe. oil has been dropping. ftse, cac and dax all to the downside, one one and a half percent roughly each and let's take a look at home, we were hoping that the dow would snap the two-week losing streak, not with this. 1.7% drop. s&p futures down 35 and nasdaq futures down 86. selling continues underway with all ten sectors dropping this week. look at the oil price. west texas crude, 29.61.
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we saw under 30 bucks. we saw that weighing in as well. we are going to turn it over mornings with maria. maria bartiromo in south carolina in the heels of the great debate. two debates, you did a wonder job, i enjoyed it very much. >> maria: amazing team here, nicole. we will see you in a few minutes, nicole. hi, everybody, welcome back to here in south carolina. we are come to go you live from charleston, south carolina. happy friday, it is friday january 15th, with me this morning skybridge capital anthony scaramucci, fox news dagen mcdowell and first top story, republican candidates, assembled on stage for the second fox business presidential debate. the first presidential debate of the new year, the evening was marked by a serious discussion of the issues that are most
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important to the electorate and the remarkable candor and tonight some of the biggest highlights. >> tuesday night i watched story night with barack obama, and i have to tell you, it sowned like everything in the world was going amazing. >> hillary clinton would be a national security disaster. she might be going back and forth between the white house and the courthouse. we need to stop that. >> someone who cannot handle intelligence information appropriately cannot be commander in chief and someone who lied to the family of four victims of benghazi can never be president of the united states. >> donald's mother was born in scottland. she was naturalized. now donald -- >> but i was born here. >> on the issue of citizenship, donald, on the issue of citizenship, donald, i'm not going to use your mother's birth against you. [laughter]

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