>> lauren: breaking news this morning. the final one for voting begins. >> guns go into national parks, he voted against doing research to figure out how we can save lives. >> you've received all the $60 million in speaking fees from goldman sachs in one year. i find it very strange. >> lauren: hick and bernie sanders sparring on gun control and wall street. good morning, everybody, i'm lauren simonetti.
>> jo ling: we will bring you overseas reaction as the market braces. >> lauren: u.s. stock markets are closed today but it's business as usual in markets overseas. >> jo ling: peyton manning leaves the broncos, almost blow a massive lead but wins. >> lauren: let's kick it off this morning, democratic presidential candidates hillary clinton and bernie sanders clashing, key issues gun control, healthcare, wall street reform and taxes. >> instead of paying ten thousand dollars to blue cross or blue shield, yes, some middle-class family would be
paying more in taxes, the result would be that the middle-class family would be saving $5,000. hick hick i will hillary >> i will not raise taxes. >> that is nonsense. >> he has voted with the nra, gun lobby numerous times. >> he has criticized president obama for taking donations from wall street. >> can you really reform wall street when they are spending millions and millions of dollars on campaign, contributions? >> lauren: both clinton and sanders expressing strong support for dip dimmic approach to iran and opposition to sending u.s. troops to syria.
the vermont was the most searched candidate on google. he also picked up the most followers on twitter after that debate. >> jo ling: the united states flapping modest sanctions on iran for test last year. they were in violation of resolutions, officials saying iran missile program poses significant threat to regional and global security. three americans released by iran in a prisoner swap are now in germany, they had been talking to their families and two of the three detainees and the deal has drawn criticism from some of the presidential republican presidential candidates. >> it moves once again that now nations and enemies of around the world know that there's a price for americans. if you take american hostage,
barack obama will cut a deal for you. >> this deal is a really problematic deal and it reflects a pattern of the obama administration that we see over and over again to negotiate terrorists. >> this should have been years ago. this shouldn't be happening now. >> jo ling: a fifth one is in massachusetts. >> lauren: absolutely. in asia this is how stocks ended the day. the shanghai composite ahead of numbers in china. red arrows for the nikkei, more than 1%. hang seng down more than 1 and a half percent. >> jo ling: you have the ftse in london down, about a tenth of a percent. the dax down about a third of a point. >> lauren: how does this affect u.s. stock market futures, of course, we see trading tomorrow. futures for dow 11, s&p a
quarter of a point. >> jo ling: checking key commodities right now. you have oil down, 18 cents, gold up about 30. >> lauren: here is how the u.s. dollar is trading some key currencies around the world. we will get that to you. there it is. pound, canadian dollar and the mexican peso versus the u.s. dollar right now. investors are licking their wounds over the long holiday weekend, so far this year, i know we are just two weeks in but the dow industrials and the s&p 500 are down at least 8%. the nasdaq off more than 10%. we have joining us now michael houston the chief analyst at cmc markets. he's on the telephone. hi, michael. >> michael: good morning. >> lauren: where do we go today,
what's the message? >> michael: the message is overriding caution of the moment, crude oil prices have once again been in decline on the confirmation that iran can return to the oil market. we have seen in middle eastern markets that's been followed by some darely decent false, chinese markets have actually gone slightly higher but overall it's a slightly negative session here in europa. i think in the absence of you guys, i think trading is going to be cautious with a slightly negative bias. >> jo ling: michael, it's jo ling kent, probably going to disappoint globally, how do you think it would impact the global markets? >> michael: the problems out of china, there's nothing new in them. the expectation is that we are
probably going to see a print and 6.9 to 7% which is pretty much in line with expectations. i'm more interested in the industrial production and retails sales data for december. i think if that disappoints, we could see expectations rise over the stimulus of chinese authorizes -- authorities and that in turn could turn the yuan. >> lauren: thank you so much. >> michael: thank you. >> jo ling: u.s. embassy confirming that several americans were missing in iraq. the state department spokesman told fox news that the u.s. is working with the full cooperation with the iraqi authorities to locate and recover the individuals. he could not comment further because of privacy concerns, a spokesman for baghdad joint operations command told the washington post that there are
three missing citizens and iraqis would acquire u.s. citizenship. >> lauren: over the years the parliament debateed get importance. will debate whether to donald trump from the uk, the question came before parliament after 570,000 people signed an online petition to refuse industry -- entry in britain. he ordered complete shutdown of muslims in the u.s. >> jo ling: after sean penn interviewed, 60 minutes, the comment said the interview led to el chapo's capture is not true. >> there is this myth about the visit that we made, my colleagues and i with el chapo that it led -- that it was as
the attorney general mexican that's quoted is essential to his capture. we have met with him many weeks earlier. >> jo ling: he failed in his mission to promote a discussion of the government policies and the war on drugs with his interview. >> lauren: ceo giving first major interview to our affiliate since his arrest in december. the 32-year-old strongly criticized last year when he hike it had price of a drug called daraprim. 5,000%. >> i think most people t hate is sort of this quick reaction and it's something that they're looking for. they want someone to hate and if i sit there, i almost feel like i'm serving some utility. >> lauren: e -- equivelant to
5,000%. the arrest was driven by negative publicity. >> jo ling: investors will get earnings. bank of america and stanley and goldman stacks reports on wednesday. we are going to hear from starbucks on thursday and general electric will be posting earnings on friday. >> lauren: that's a lot of. to see if the stock market selloff is going to continue and see if the stocks are going to rebound. federal reserve has been watching rates. we will also get housing start, thursday we will bring weekly jobless claims and holiday wraps up on friday with another housing report which is existing home sales. >> jo ling: here is a look at the headlines in today's edition
of the wall street journal. talk for a friendly takeover. talk today increase the bid there. a deal could come as early as today. western firm still facing barriers of business in iran. u.s. sanctions will remain in force and companies are nervous about running a foul of the law, and third up, samsung gets european approval for copies, approval from regulators to sell a replica. >> lauren: star wars is dethrone. we will tell you which movie ended it rein. they hung on for the win. those details straight ahead. you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news. good monday morning, everybody.
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in one year. i find it very strange. >> lauren: sparring on gun control, healthcare and wall street. we will have the latest from the campaign trail. good morning, i'm jo ling kent. >> lauren: listing of economic sanctions send oil prices to lowest level in 12 years. twenty-nine dollars and 20 cents a barrel. will it reach 29? we will bring you overseas market reaction as it braces for more oil. >> jo ling: u.s. stock markets are closed today for the martin luther king holiday but business as usual in overseas markets. you have the ftse 6 points and crack quarante 7 and dax 11 and a half. >> lauren: a come from behind win and the carolina panthers almost lose a huge lead. welcome, everybody, first look
at what's moving in today's breaking marks and what to expect on the day ahead. >> jo ling: democratic presidential candidates hillary clinton clashing on caucuses. key issues, healthcare, reform and taxes. >> instead of paying ten thousand dollars to blue cross or blue shield, some middle families would pay slightly more in taxes, the result is that that middle classes will save $5,000. >> i will not raise taxes on the middle class, i want to raise incomes. >> he wants to end medicare and medicaid and the children's health insurance program. that is nonsense. he has voted with the nra a numerous times. he has cite sized obama for
taking donations from wall street. >> can you really reform wall street when they are spending millions and millions of dollars on campaign contributions? >> jo ling: both expressing strong support for president obama diplomatic support and expressing opposition for sending u.s. troops into syria. sanders winning the debate on social media yet again. vermont senator was the most searched candidate on google and the top candidate discussed on twitter and facebook. >> lauren: the united states slapping modest sanctions on iran for ban missile test last year. u.s. treasury official says iran's missile program with significant threat to global and regional security. three americans released by
iran, they're in germany where they are undergoing medical evaluations. two of the detainees are washington post reporters, former u.s. marines. third detainee is a past or. deal drawn criticism from some of the republican presidential candidates. >> it proves once again that now nations and enemies of america around the world know that there's a price for americans. if you take an american hostage, barack obama will cut a deal for you. >> this deal is a problematic deal. and it reflects negotiating with terrorists. >> this should have happened years ago. we are giving $150 billion. this shouldn't be happening now. >> lauren: a fifth one already home in massachusetts. >> jo ling: great news for the family, indeed. let's get you caught up in the
global market overnight. >> lauren: it's a red bag. ftse is down just fractionally, the cac 40 in paris 16 points and dax 12 points. >> jo ling: stock market futures are trading right now. s&p futures just half a point barely and nasdaq up fractionally as well. >> lauren: oil and gold are trading like this this morning. twenty-nine dollars and 11 cents. will it go through 29 once again? >> jo ling: oil sinking right now right there. here is how the dollar is trading against key currencies this morning. euro down just a little bit. mexican peso up just slightly. investors in the u.s. following another massively day of trading
on friday. so far this year, this dow industrials and s&p 500 are down at least 8%. nasdaq composite is off more than 10% and so joining us now to break this with his take is bill, a chief economist. good morning, bill. what are you telling your clients this morning? >> one of the things and you can start with the frivolous report that is i got from major brokerage firms, to be perfectly honest, my feeding the way we saw an uptake early on the opening in europe this morning was the simple fact was forget oil, iran could be, will be and should be a major exporting nation both for here in the uk. that was the reason why we saw the early opening right now. but the simple fact is i'm
telling my clients like anybody else remain in the bunksers, the market is still going to continue to correct itself. but one of the things i have to agree with and anybody who knows me, i was expecting the federal reserve to start raising rates in june of last year, they missed the opportunity. they should have gone in september and they went in december. my feeding is right now i'm still expecting two rate hikes from the federal reserve probably in march and december, preelection and post election, but the simple fact is if the federal reserve does not move, okay, and we get back the easy money, that to me we could see a recession, great recession, deflation recession far worse than what experienced in 2008. the federal reserve, somebody has to get back to normalization, whatever normalization is, i don't know. >> lauren: federal reserve is obviously watching inflation and
deflation. it's key to the global recovery. >> i think so. i don't for us for the first time here in since 2008 we will paying less than 1 pound which new york equivalent about 67 cents a gallon. so therefore right or wrong, even if wages aren't going up, the consumer will have more money in his pocket, his or her pocket, also the simple fact is increased rates in the uk will not be going up in 2017, so there will be no problems with mortgage. the consumer will start having and continue to have more moneys in their pockets to start spending once again. >> jo ling: we appreciate it so much. >> thank you. >> lauren: coming up, latest attempt to land the rocket on a platform in the pacific ocean ends in a fiery explosion. it toppled. look at that.
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>> lauren: breaking news this morning. final one before iowa votes. >> he vote today let guns go on amtrak, guns go into national parks, he voted against doing research to figure out how we can save lives. >> you've received all $60 million in speaking fees from goldman sachs in one year. i find it very strange.
>> lauren: gloves came off, sparring on gun control, healthcare and wall street. we will have the latest from the campaign trail. good morning, everybody lauren simonetti. >> jo ling: good morning, lauren, i'm jo ling kent. oil prices to their lowest in 12 years, we are approaching $29 a barrel right now it's down about 1%. we are also going to bring you over to reaction as market braces from oil from iran. >> lauren: trade asking going on. france declaring a state of economic emergency. markets there are lower more than 14 points n paris down 2 and 25 in germany. >> jo ling: a big week in football. peyton manning lead from a come-from-behind win. we will have all the nfl postseason highlights.
>> lauren: let's get right to it. breaking news this morning, democratic presidential candidates hillary clinton and bernie sanders clashing in their final debate before the iowa caucuses, the key issue gun control, healthcare, wall street reform and taxes. >> instead of paying ten thousand dollars to blue cross or blue shield, yes, some middle-class families would be paying slightly more in taxes, but the result would be that that middle-class family would be saving some $5,000. >> i will not raise taxes on the middle class. i want to raise incomes. >> what her campaign was saying, bernie sanders who has together for universal healthcare my entire life, he wants to end medicare, medicaid and the children's health insurance program. that is nonsense. >> he has voted with the nra, with the gun lobby numerous times. he has criticized president obama for taking donations from
wall street. >> can you really reform wall street when they are spending millions and millions of dollars on campaign contributions? >> this is what they agreed on. both clinton and sanders expressing strong support for president obama dip dimmic approach to iran and opposition to sending u.s. troops to syria. meanwhile sanders won the debate on social media. the vermont was the most searched candidate on google and the top candidate on facebook and twitter. he also picked up the most followers on twitter after last night's debate. >> jo ling: no surprise there. the united states flopping modest sanctions on iran for ban missile test last year. u.s. treasury official says iran missile program is serious
threat. two of the free detainees are washington post reporters and former u.s. marines. the third detainee is a past or. the deal has drawn criticism from some of the republican presidential candidates. >> it proves once again that now nations an enemies of america around the world know that if there's a price for americans, if you take an american hostage, barack obama will cut a deal with you. >> this deal is a really problematic deal and it reflects a pattern we've seen in the obama administration over and over again of -- of negotiating with terrorists. >> this should have happened years ago, george. this shouldn't be happening now. >> jo ling: fourth free american has chosen to stay in iran and a fifth is already home in massachusetts. >> lauren: good news there. let's get you caught up on global market action overnight. nikkei in japan more than 1%,
the hang seng in hong kong almost 1 and a half and kospi down slightly. >> jo ling: president has declared economic state of emergency. you see the cac falling almost 9%. ftse in london up slightly and the dax down 4 and a half points. >> lauren: u.s. stock market futures, of course, markets are closed today for martin luther holiday. 54 points. s&p futures up 6, nasdaq up 16 points. >> jo ling: looking good after friday. checking key commodities right now. oil continuing to fall at 29.12 right now. gold also trading slightly lower. >> lauren: jpmorgan cut crew forecast this year from almost 4 -t. that's pressuring oil prices too. this is how the dollar is trading against key currencies. looking at the board right there. investors licking their wounds over weekend.
this year the dow and s&p down more than 8%. the nasdaq is off more than 10%. mike ingram joins us on the phone of where we go from here, hi, mike, good morning. >> mike: good morning. it's been a roller coaster in europe. >> lauren: what do you city of french president calling emergency state for the last week? >> mike: it's good that they've known they're in a dire situation. you are seen french pmi's struggle to get meaningfully about the break even level of economic growth. a little 1% and employment in france is over 10% still. yeah, it's not looking great and needs a radical shake, the last communist country in europe.
let's just see if there's beast behind it and see where the substance is going to come from. >> jo ling: mike, what do you think about the oil prices continue to go plunge? >> mike: yeah, i still think the pressure is on, the latest downward from the prospect of more iranian crude. in principle should bolster income. the headlines is hitting the screens. the chances are that most of those extra dollars are going to go into savings rather than being put into the economy. it's still to the downside. >> jo ling: the money you save at the pump you put in your
>> oh, my god. >> what kind of cheese is that? >> you could tell me you had an alligator. >> i dropped the bomb on that. >> jo ling: revenant also had a strong performance as it claim it had number two spot. they were able to knock star wars the force awakens down to the third spot this weekend. star wars is still making headlines as it became just the fifth film ever to make $1 billion internationally and rounding up the top 5 with 13 hours, secret soldiers of benghazi and daddy's home. >> lauren: lots of movies that i have to see. let's get you caught over in global market overnight. in europe 18 points still hovering lows. dax up about 32 points.
>> jo ling: nice little green arrows there. checking oil there as well. continues to fall, off the lows 29.24. peyton manning and the denver broncos had a come-from-behind win yesterday. manning with championship game against tom brady against new england patriots. brady has won 11 of those meetings. they are 2 and 2. 31-0 first half lead over seattle seahawks but the seattle dominated but the panners in had to hold onto 34-24 victory over seattle. a field goal with 1:12 remaining, one touchdown away from a tie but carolina
recovered an on-sight kick and that was the game. panthers will play the arizona cardinals in charlotte. >> jo ling: what a weekend of football that was. >> lauren: absolutely. joe yo let's get a live look the monday forecast with maria molina. >> maria: good morning, we have some snow that we are tracking across new york state. we picked up heavy snowfall and yet around a round of the same stuff. we are looking potentially a foot of snow possible and because of that we have some warnings in effect. across the western u.s., we have a significant storm system bringing in areas of rain and snow all the way from washington state to california so a very wide-spread area here filling impacts and it's going to be remain unsettled. current temperatures, it's a
frigid start to your day in the midwest. minneapolis your current temperatures is 12-degrees below zero. it falls much colder than that. in chicago your current temperature 4-degrees below zero. as we head in the afternoon it's going to stay below average across the eastern u.s. atlanta, high forecast do not make it out of the 30's. let's head over to you. >> lauren: thank you so much. >> jo ling: my parents are in minnesota. that sounds awful. >> lauren: we will run global market action before we hand it over to mornings with maria. stay with us.
percent. breaking news there, chief staff regulator has offered to resign. nikkei, hang seng and kospi. we want to take a look at european markets as well. we could flip over to that. you can see the ftse to up about 25 points. the cac quarante in france after economic emergency was declared a few minutes ago. we are also watching the dax in germany. take a look at u.s. stock market futures. no trading today. it's a holiday for martin luther king, jr. the nasdaq up about half a percent as well. of course, oil looking at this right now continues to come off from earlier lows 29.49 right now as we hand you off to maria bartiromo with mornings with maria. maria, i'll just see you in a few minutes. >> maria: all right, thank you so much, jo. it is monday january 18th.
with me mike murphy and former massachusetts senator scott brown. first top stories at 6:00 a.m. on the east coast just days after the fox business network debate democrats holding their own debate in charleston, south carolina, senator bernie sanders and hillary clinton trading attacks from anything from healthcare to gun control to wall street banks. watch. >> he voted to let guns go onto amtrak, guns go into national parks, he voted against doing research to figure out how we can save lives. >> you've received all the $60 million in speaking fees from goldman sachs in one year. i find it very strange. >> maria: before voting begins, we will have all the highlights. the latest in the middle east. several americans missing in iraq this morning. they disappeared in baghdad last night. the state department is working with authorities to locate and recover these three individuals.
this has three americans are released by iran and making their way home right now, they are currently in germany where they are undergoing medical evaluations, all five americans were freed in the prisoner swap. we will talk about it. iran sanctions were lifted over the weekend. we are seeing oil market react right away to the news. crude oil breaking below $29 a barrel as we continue to see this selloff in oil continue. it did turn higher moments ago. we are looking at a gain right now at 14 cents about half of 1%. checking the global market action. the u.s. closed for the martin luther king holiday. we saw mixed moves in asia. shanghai composite edging higher, tomorrow will be a key day for economic data coming out of china. we have a big preview coming up. a lot of data coming overnight, tonight into tomorrow's trading session. retail sales and industrial production all com