>> calling a bottom in any commodity with all of the inputs like events, like iran and saudi arabia trying to figure out how much they hate each other or don't, right now we are oversupplied by about 2 million-barrels a day. the oversupply is in north america. we have pulled back about half a million barrels a day. >> nicole: quickly on the fed? >> that's only 57%. >> nicole: we have to wait till june. that will hold off markets for a while. thank you for getting up with us
and giving us market insight this morning. >> lauren: absolutely. now to campaign trail. trump gets 34% support while texas senator has 23%. trump's number jumped 11 points from the last fox poll, that was just a few weeks ago. now, no other candidate received double-digit support. reminder that the iowa caucuses are held february 1st. >> nicole: presidential candidates reacting to reports that former new york city mayor is taking early steps to potential independent run for the white house. >> i would love to have michael bloomberg. >> i'm going to relieve them of that and get the nomination so that he doesn't have to. >> i think the american people do not want to see with
billionaires control the political process. i think we will win that election. >> nicole: bloomberg served as major of the largest city. republican to independent in 2007. he recently spent millions of dollars to tighten laws and reform immigration. >> lauren: the men responsible for carrying out the november terrorist attacks in paris are seen in a new video released by islamic state group. the 17-minute video shows seven of militants standing behind bound captive who were either beheaded or shot. all died in the paris attacks or in their aftermath. >> nicole: up arrows in asia this morning. we have the nikkei and shanghai composite both up three quarters and 1%. you have the hang seng 1.3% to the upside. >> lauren: in europe these are
how stocks are trading. down arrows, the ftse is down 18 ponts and the dax down 3. >> nicole: let's take a lock at what u.s. stock market futures are doing this morning. dow futures down 63 points, s&p futures off the lows this morning just down over 6 right now. >> lauren: oil prices on friday popped 9%. biggest percent gain since august. right now they are giving that up. gold is at 11.05 the ounce. >> nicole: let's check out the dollar. we are seeing the japanese yen and euro stronger against the greenback this morning. >> lauren: yield on the ten-year treasury, 2.3%. >> nicole: there's a shake-up at twitter. ceo revamping that media alex rotter, head of engineering
division, all will leave the company. you have four people leaving the company. jack dorsey says it's rumors. it's ipo price. when we talk about dorsey not being a billionaire either. >> lauren: there are reports that johnson controls and taico international. the deal can be announced as early as today. shares are about 25% in the past year. johnson controls produces auto seating and heating, vent illation and air-conditioning equipment and replaces batteries for cars. >> nicole: earning season pix --
picks this season including some big names from the sectors after the closing bell. apple reports earnings tomorrow. we will hear from facebook. overall, investors are bracing for a disappointing quarter with companies in the s&p 500 expected to report a 6% decline from a year ago. >> lauren: we will also find out how concern the federal reserve is about falling oil prices. the fed's market committee begins two-day meeting tomorrow. the fed is likely to leave interest rates unchanged after increasing in december, others saying the federal will leave open the possibility of more rate hikes beginning as early as march. >> nicole: fire broke out last night in a roof of a factory where iphones are assembled in china. fox cop technology group, said
the fire was brought under control after it was reported. the company said there was no impact on the manufacturing operations of that plan. >> lauren: here is a look at the headlines in today's edition of the wall street journal. federal inspectors will soon release details on serious deficiency firms. recalls grow. recalls of air bags, making their own programs, station owners can avoid big hollywood fees boosting the odds of turning a profit. >> nicole: the matchup for the super bowl, the super bowl 50 is set day. >> this was a sweet day, this was a sweet victory. do me this victory sort of is a great example of what this entire this season has been like. it's -- it hasn't been easy. >> nicole: wow, peyton manning
beat long-time rival to go to super bowl. we will have all the highlights and the weekend box office. >> i'm not afraid to die anymore. i've done it already. >> leonardo dicaprio to beat out robert dineros. pulling back a little bit. s&p futures down over 6. you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪
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>> what happened? >> we did what we had to do. >> he was buried right. >> he took him from me, you understand? he's afraid. >> the revenant, that did not stock óscar-nominated the revenant, the grueling survival story. star wars the force awakens to number two spot, the film has earned almost $2 billion worldwide. in third place ride along and dirty grand pea and the boy with top five with about a million each. weekend revenue could be down as much as 12% because of the
winter storm right here in the northeast. >> nicole: people couldn't get to the theaters. after a winning week last week, we are seeing down arrows in the u.s. this morning. s&p futures just over 6. >> lauren: this is how the commodities are doing this morning. 31.35. gold is up about # bucks. 11-ounce. buck 83 this morning. >> nicole: let's take a look from the world of sports. camp newton. newton's first trip to the super bowl. carolina is favor by four points. manning won the battle with tom brady, broncos beat the patriots 20-18 for the afc championship
and will face the panthers in the super bowl. four-yard touchdown pass. patriots were not able to get a two-point conversion for the tie. super bowl tickets on the secondary market are averaging just over $6,800 right now. there's concern over match fixing, suspiciously large amount of money came in on one side. matching question was first-round mix which would not attract large bets. a week ago saying years of match fixing concerns in tennis have apparently gone unchecked. >> lauren: wow, coming up. the giant snow strength of memory may have left the northeast but the aftermath is being felt. the former mayor of new york, storm in campaign trail.
>> i'm going to relieve him of that soa doesn't have. >> lauren: bloomberg surprise. we will have that story. checking u.s. stock market futures. dow futures down 46 points. nasdaq futures off 11. you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news. keep it here. ♪ ♪ the
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closed out. good morning, i'm lauren simonetti. >> nicole: good morning, i hope you had a safe weekend with the blizzard. investors with earnings, microsoft, amazon. u.s. stock market futures fulling back some after a week of gains. right now dow futures are down 33. s&p futures down about 3 and nasdaq down 7 but all lows in the morning. >> lauren: in asia starting week with gains. look at the up arrows. >> nicole: oil prices edging lower overnight. 31.49. >> lauren: new fox poll shows donald trump leading in iowa while presidential candidate learn bloomberg could join the race. in sports the matchup for super bowl is set. it'll be peyton manning and
camnewton. we will have the latest there. welcome to fbn:am, first look at what's moving in markets and latest news and what to kick for addai ahead. >> nicole: digging out from a monster snowstorm. the weekend's winter storm is the second largest in new york city history with 26.8-inches of snow measured in central park. rhode island railroad saying lines are operational this morning. in washington, d.c., federal offices will remain closed today. house has postponed vote this is week including one that would be overwriting president obama's healthcare veto. airlines have canceled more than 12 flights. this blizzard could have an economic impact and sadly at least 28 deaths have been blamed
on the storm. we have a meteorologist maria molina in washington. >> we know that washington, d.c. received 20-30-inches of snowfall with some luckily higher in western suburbs. there's one particular report from washington, d.c. that's being disputed because the crew that was measuring the storm lost their snow-measuring device during the blizzard. that's a big problem. they reportedly had to use a different method to measure the snow. it's a big problem for weather record of such a historic storm. a lot of snowfall fell in places like dc and up to nyc and it's going to take a while to clean up. take a look at some of the images in the region with a lot of snow. we have snow piles everywhere
and buried cars in washington, d.c. area. i drove around dc and experienced some of the tough concerns. -- conditions. reports of winds reaching 85 miles per hour, so a very significant impact there. we also had to deal with the storm surge that caused flooding like places like new jersey. temperatures are going to be rising up freezing coming as we head into today and tomorrow. however, the nighttime hours they could be dipping to below freezing, that could be refreezing some of that snow that's going to be melted during the day-time hours. so here is a look at some of these numbers temperature wise we are looking at them reaching 30's in places like dc and also in philadelphia but then as we head into tuesday, temperatures will be rising a little bit more and could reach
the 40's in places like dc so that's welcome news. we are hoping that mother nature can help with the cleanup effort. >> nicole: maria molina, thank you very much. >> lauren: now to the campaign trail. donald trump continuing to lead the gop in iowa, trump gets 34% support while sex senator ted cruz has 23%. trump's number jumped 11 points by the way from the last fox poll just weeks ago. florida senator marco rubio coming in third place with 12%. no other candidate received double-digit support. iowa caucuses are held right around the corner february 1st. >> nicole: presidential candidates react to report that is former city mayor bloomberg is taking early steps as a potential independent run for the white house. >> i would love to have michael bloomberg run. i would love the competition. >> if i didn't get the nomination he didn't consider
it. i am going to relief him of that. >> people do not want to see move where billionaires control the process. i think we will win the election >> nicole: switched party affiliation from republican to independent in 2007. he recently spent millions of dollars on national campaigns to tighten gun laws and reform immigration, of course, don't miss the fox debate of the gop on thursday. >> lauren: thursday. >> nicole: we will watch for that. >> lauren: in asia green arrows, shanghai up 3 quarters. nikkei up .9%. and kospi up three and a quarters percent. >> nicole: all to the upside, tune about one tenth or two tenths to moving slight to the upside this morning. >> lauren: u.s. stock market
futures are down. dow is down 27 points but off the lows. nasdaq futures down 4 points. >> nicole: we consider correlation between equities and commodities. oil is at 31.35. lawyer lawyer as apple stock false will it be overtaken by alphabet? city's largest yellow cab operator, we will have that story. you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news.
>> nicole: let's take a look right now at u.s. stock market futures. s&p down almost 2 points and the nasdaq down 5. and lauren, we are seeing stocks coming off the lows this morning. >> lauren: could we do three days of gains? let's do it. 11.04, up about eight bucks for gold. >> nicole: alphabet, the most valuable company, traded on friday with a market cap of
$500 million. could create a new leader in the list of the world's most valuable companies. >> lauren: san francisco is in trouble. yellow cab filed for bankruptcy protection on friday. dealing with 150-accident related claims and liabilities valued as high as $10 million. it's also losing cab drivers to new app-based services like uber and lift. chicago's filed for bankruptcies last year and pressure from those services. >> nicole: coming up giant snowstorm left the northeast but the aftermath is being felt. >> i'm going to relieve him of that and get the nomination so he doesn't have to.
>> nicole: that was hillary and we are going to be talking about michael bloomberg. we will have that story. let's check out u.s. stock market futures off the lows this morning. dow futures down 26, s&p down fractionally at this point 1 and nasdaq down 5. you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news.
>> nicole: breaking news this morning. millions of people dig out from a giant snowstorm, the nation's capital still closed down. an update on the storm's aftermath for you. >> lauren: good morning, i'm lauren simonetti. apple, facebook, microsoft and amazon ahead of today's opening bell. u.s. stock market futures are
down, down is off 30 points and nasdaq is down six and a half. >> nicole: in asia, japan, start with gains, just like the kospi, we see the hang sen up 1.3%. >> lauren: oil prices edging lower overnight. decline of 2.4% this morning. what? twitter ceo, jack dorsey, top ranks at twitter. >> nicole: peyton manning against cam newton and new concern about matching in tennis welcome to fbn:am, first look at morning markets, breaking news and what to expect on the day ahead. >> lauren: let's kick it off with this breaking news this morning. millions of people from the east
coast digging out from a monster snowstorm. the second largest in new york city's history with 26.8-inches of snow measured in central park. long island railroad saying seven of 12 lines are operational this morning. flooding parts of new jersey and in washington, d.c. federal offices will remain closed today. the house has postponed votes this week including one on overriding president obama's healthcare bill. and at least 28 deaths have been blamed on the storm. meteorologist maria molina live in washington, d.c. for us. maria, any hope in sight? >> maria: looks like temperatures can climb above freezing hours. we really want mother nature to help up with the cleaning effort.
washington, d.c., we have the capital building behind me and the roads are pretty icy this morning. they have been doing a great job cleaning out the roads this morning. you just have the piles of snow everywhere and with temperatures climbing above freezing during the daytime hours then deeping down, you could be looking at ice on the roads. try to stay off the roads if you don't have to be out and about. winter storm friday and saturday bringing as much as 20-30-inches of snow and some of the western suburbs of dc picked up even more than that. during a storm there was a dry spot that worked its way to dc area and helped just a little bit. they could have been even higher in washington, d.c. the snow, again, has left a mess behind. it's time to start cleaning up. there are other concerns with the storm. we had to deal with flooding across places like new jersey
and parts in delaware, we had some reported peak wind gust. we saw hurricane-force winds along some of the coastal areas, parts of virginia reporting as much as 85-miles-per-hour winds. 75-miles-per-hour winds in parts of delaware and that's what helped to push a lot of that water on shore producing a lot of flooding in the region. i want to share with you high temperature that is are forecast across the area because they are going to be climbing above freezing, middle 30's in places like dc and philadelphia. by tuesday improved a little more. we could be seeing highs in the 40's. back to you in new york. >> lauren: maria molina, thank you so much. >> nicole: investors breathing a bit easier after stocks had goodwin in a month. we are going to talk to gary
kaltbaum. we will take it after weeks of selling, gary. what do you make of the week ahead? we also have the fed and earnings. >> gary: they're a huge wading for -- waiting for the nasdaq. i am pretty sure on wednesday that all the sellers that wanted to sell after 2200 dupont have been washed up for now and i think we're pretty good, probably up 5 for the next weeks. i still think we are going to go lower and break wednesday, we are now in the mix of rally. >> lauren: you keep saying wednesday because that's the fed's decision on interest rates. >> gary: last wednesday. they're not doing anything. they're going to have to come and say something to the effect
of market issues. >> lauren: are they going to mention china or oil? >> gary: possible slowdowns, but i think they're watching markets more than anything else, more than economic numbers and i don't think they can raise rates in markets that are in trouble. if they do, my thoughts that last wednesday was allow. they get taken out pretty quickly because this is about us versus them, strong dollar versus the weak currencies over there and that does affect markets. >> nicole: we have 130 names in the s&p reporting this week. you mentioned some of the biggies, apple, a lot of tech. you really look at tech more than oil? >> gary: absolutely. the numbers aren't going to be that great. that's going to be the reaction to the numbers and the things that have been sold off. if the market could react well to some of the numeric we are in good stay.
if we get numbers from important names, i think there's trouble quickly. i think we're okay for now. >> nicole: thank you for joining us this morning. >> lauren: thank you. now to campaign trail. donald trump leading in iowa. 34% support while texas senator has 23%. trump's number jumped 11 points from the last fox poll weeks ago. florida senator marco rubio coming up with 12%. no other candidate received double-digit support. iowa caucuses are held february 1st and make sure to tune in this thursday january 28th for the knox news republican debate. >> nicole: presidential candidates are reporting and reacting former new york city mayor michael bloomberg is taking steps for potential run
for the white house. >> i would love to have michael bloomberg run. i think i would do well against him. >> if i didn't get the nomination to consider it. i am going to relief him of that so that he doesn't have to. >> the american people do not want to see move with billionaires control the political process. i think we will win that election. >> nicole: served as mayor and spent millions of dollars on national campaigns to tighten gun laws and reform immigration. >> lauren: yeah. let's get you caught up on global market action overnight. in asia up arrows. nikkei almost 1%. hang sen one and a third and the kospi up three quarters of 1%. >> nicole: let's see the trading action in europe right now. we just saw the ftse turn into negative territory.
we only saw slight gains. they've been back and forth. the cac higher and the dax up 8. it's not even one tenths of one percent. >> lauren: right here in the u.s., s&p down 3 and nasdaq down 9 and a half. >> nicole: so much has correspondence lace to oil itself. now 31.39, barrel is down 2 and a half percent after a couple of days to the upside. gold 11.03-ounce. >> lauren: ceo jack dorsey revamping company. dorsey tweeting last night that med ahead, kevin, alex, head of engineering and hr skip will all leave the company. dorsey addressing what he called inaccurate press rumors. he praised the four executives and he said he was sad to announce departures. twitter stock is down about 50% since dorsey's return to the
company last year and is trading below ipo price. >> nicole: this may be a merger monday. johnson controls and teico international are in advanced talks to combine. the wall street journal says the deal can be announced as lateral as today. sources say the deal can value teico as high $20 billion. johnson controls produces auto and heating vent illation and equipment and replacement batteries for cars. tyco focuses on fire, security, video surveillance for commercial buildings. >> lauren: if it ties up it proves m&a is not tied up. >> this is a sweet day, a sweet victory, to me it's a great example of what this entire season has been like. it's -- it hasn't been easy. >> lauren: peyton manning beat
long-time rival where he will face cam newton and the panthers, we will have the highlights and the weekend box office. >> i ain't afraid to die anymore. i've done it already. >> lauren: stormed to the top of the box office office to beat robert deniro as the dirty grand pea. s&p futures almost down 4. you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪ ♪
>> what happened? >> we did what we had to do. >> he was buried right. >> he took him from me, you understand. he's afraid. >> more than 300 movie theaters were closed this weekend due to winter storm. that did not stop óscar-no, óscar-nominated the revevant. star wars to number two spot. the film has earned almost $2 billion worldwide. ride along 2. 12.9 million.
and deniro dirty grandpa and the boy $11.2 million and analyst project weekend revenue could be down as much as 12% because of the winter storm. >> lauren: tough to get to the theaters specially when they're closed. let's take a look at u.s. stock market futures. s&p down two and a half. nasdaq down 8. >> nicole: checking key commodities right now. we did see oil gain two days in a row. 39.46. down two and a quarter percent as gold gains eight bucks. >> lauren: in sports cam newton lead carolina panthers last night. nfc championship. it would be newton's first time to super bowl. carolina is favored by four points. peyton manning beat the battle
with tom brady and new england patriots. broncos beat the pats for afc championship and will face the panthers in the super bowl. the patriots were in it till the end with a four-yard touchdown. patriots were not able to get a two-point conversion for the tide. super bowl tickets on the secondary market averaging just $6,800 right now. too familiar opponents will face off in the quarter finals in the australian open tonight. serena williams has won matches between maria sharapova. sharapova has only one three sets. >> nicole: i'm voting for certify ena. usa. one of the deals that we have to show you. weekend blizzard dumped more than 2 feet of snow in the yard. he put on a swim suit.
former giant punters doing a back flip. people braving the cold temperatures to enjoy the snow in a whole new way. videos are going viral on instagram. getting a little crazy with the blizzard of 2016. >> lauren: indeed. we will run global market action before we hand it over to mornings with maria. stay with us. ♪ ♪ on the floor! everybody down! nobody move! on the floor!
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>> nicole: let's check out the market action as everybody gets out of the snow and gets to work. check out the dow, dow futures down 37, lows in the morning. s&p down 3. nasdaq down 10, looking at oil in particular. we had gains in the last couple of days for the dow. dow was up 105. oil gained two days in a row but today pulling back 2.3% and sitting obviously to the downside this morning. we go now to maria bartiromo, mornings with maria begins right now. we say good morning to you, maria. >> maria: hey, there nicole.
thank you so much. hi, everybody, happy monday. good morning, i'm maria bartiromo. with me jpmorgan anxious answer amoroso. jpmorgan anastasia amoroso. a travel ban still in effect in washington. in new york city, rebound going on. transportation is largely back up and running. stills will be opened in new york city and the dig out continues. 26-inches in new york city alone. more than 26. to the latest in the race to the white house now. former city mayor revisiting a third-party run for president. new york times opening because of donald trump and his concerns over democratic candidates as
well. latest fox news polls out this morning. we are about a week away from iowa caucus. donald trump taking back the lead in iowa with the latest poll. 34% support. tection senator in second place with 23%. breaking news this morning. former texas governor is endorsing senator cruz, he will join us to explain his decision. he's coming up at 8:00 a.m. eastern, why he is backing cruz. that's at 8:00 a.m. at 7:00 a.m. this morning i will be sitting with senator rand paul. join us with senator paul and governor perry coming up in the program. a major shake-up come to go twitter. four of top executives are leaving as jack dorsey tries to turn around the struggling media, twitter reportedly will name a new board of directors as early as this morning. we are going t