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>> lauren: breaking news this morning, final push for votes in iowa reaches a peak as candidates prepare for gop debate. we will have the latest from the campaign trail. good morning, i'm lauren simonetti. >> nicole: good morning, i'm nicole petallides. 220 points yesterday. dow futures are moving to the upside overnight. dow futures 93, s&p futures up 14. >> stocks in asia following lead. you do have up arrows for the hang seng and kospi. >> nicole: we have been looking at oil prices. right now 32.73.
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up 1.3%. >> lauren: latest on ceo mark zuckerberg million-dollar baby. >> nicole: serena breezes to the final and upset in college basketball. number five team in the nation is defeated. all the details coming up. welcome to fbn:am, first look at morning markets, breaking news and what to expect on the day ahead. >> lauren: hi, everybody, let's kick it off with this news this morning. republican presidential cant date to debate tonight in iowa, last gop before monday's iowa caucuses, front runner donald trump not participating in the debate. he was on the o'reilly factor talking about that decision. >> i submit to you that you need to change and get away from the personal, they're unfair to them and make it about them the folks, not about you. and you elevate to a place where
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you could win this if you do that, am i crazy? >> you're not crazy at all, bill, it is about them. it's about making america great again. that's why i want to do this. i know the potential of this country. how great the country can be. our leader is not doing the job. >> lauren: tune in for the republican debate tonight starting at 7:00 p.m. eastern time. >> nicole: trump's decision drawing criticism from other gop contenders including texas senator ted cruz who is challenging trump to one-on-one debate. >> we have a venue at western iowa tech, it's already reserved. i told donald he can invite half of the people. anyone that wants to win the iowa caucuses owes it to the men and state to answer questions. >> we are running for the presidency of the united states
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and he believes he's been fairly mistreated by the press action that's laughable. >> he can't take it. i think that's a shame. i don't think as president you're going to be able to deal it with that way. >> i have a double win. i don't have to put up with donald trump. i really don't think he's added much of substance. i don't think he's a conservative. >> he has a right not to come. iowa voters deserve to know what the next commander in chief is going to do. >> nicole: carly fiorina offering to donate $1.5 million to veteran causes to join saturday eats' debate proposed by cruz. >> lauren: make sure to stay with fox business for all of the action in iowa on caucus day. niel cavuto host our coverage of our first votes beginning on monday february 1st. >> nicole: then get latest results the morning after with us.
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we will have live coverage for you. it begins at 4:00 a.m. eastern time february 2nd right here on the fox business network. we will be right here. >> lauren: breaking news this morning from japan. economy minister says he will resign over allegations he received bribes from a construction company. apologized for the scandal saying it had caused embarrassment and any cash received was a political donation but that he must take responsibility. >> nicole: facebook posting some impressive quarterly results, net income topping more than $1 billion for the very first time. the social networking company beating analyst estimate on both top and bottom lines as it sold more ads at mart phone users. strong performance sending shares up 12% and the gains continue in the premarket. that has boosted to $46 billion making him the sixth richest
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person in the whole-wide world. >> lauren: how old is he, nicole? like 32 or something. alibaba group releasing before the bell. impact on alibaba have triggered sharp selloff in recent months. after the bell is amazon and microsoft's turn. amazon to report a higher profit from a year ago and prime membership growth over the holidays. microsoft's results expect today result continuing challenges from the weak pc market but also cloud computer group. that should be decent. >> nicole: let's get you caught up in the global market action that we are seeing. more selling in the stocks here. shanghai down 3%. nikkei down 3 quarters of 1% and the kospi up a half of a percent. >> lauren: this is how stocks are trading there. you have a mix bag, the ftse in
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london just up two points. the dax is down by 36. >> nicole: lets check out the day after fed day, we dropped 220 points yesterday. futures point to go higher open. dow 77, s&p up 12. >> lauren: oil prices are up as well. crude is 32.75 a barrel. that's a gain of 1.4%. gold, 11.18 an ounce, up two bucks. >> nicole: let's check out the dollar fairing against the yen and euro. the yen is weaker against the u.s. dollar, canadian dollar, mexican peso all stronger against the greenback this morning. >> lauren: let's show you the yield. 2.02%. >> nicole: u.s. stocks falling yesterday after federal reserve raised concerns about economic outlook. so now what should investors should do. we are talking with rob morgan
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live. rob, what do you make of what we heard from the fed yesterday. we also saw the action where oil was higher and stocks were lower, what do you think about the next week or so? >> nicole, i think the statement that the fed made that the economic growth had slowly last year, that's what really spooked markets. obviously the market turmoil shows that there was suspicion of this, what does the fed know that we don't know-type moment. >> do you think that they still on pace to raise rates unspooked the market? >> the market is expected according to fed fund futures only one rate hike. the fed is saying four, the governor fisher is staying that the governor is estimating what they're going to be. i was expecting four until yesterday. i think they may push it back a little bit. it might just be three, but it was a combination of both of those things. >> lauren: rob, can you try to
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explain to us how the narrative that we come up with to explain the daily equity action t daily market action, how come that narrative cannot last more than a day? [laughter] >> well, that's just the -- you know, the one thing that we can count on as the markets will fluctuate and we seem to have this peg of war of what oil prices, does that reflect world-wide demand or oversupply and i think we -- we go back and forth on what the majority of the market thinks just about every day it seems like. >> nicole: quick sector that might hold off this year? >> i like financials, as the fed raises rates, i think that's going to be a great spot to be. >> nicole: i think there's a lot of people that agree with you on that. rob morgan, we thank you for joining us this morning. >> thanks. >> lauren: well, leader of armed group occupying in oregon wildlife refuge is telling
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followers to give up and go home. they have been at that refuge for weeks now and protest of two ranchers sent back to prison for setting fire to federal land. bundy made an appearance, bundy and seven others were arrested tuesday during an incident with police that killed one made. >> i'm asking the federal government to ask the people of the refuge to go home without being prosecuted. to those remaining at the refuge, i love you. let us take this fight from here. please, stand down. please, stand down. >> lauren: bundy told the remaining occupiers that the mights are in the courts. >> nicole: secretary of state met with chinese foreign minister in beijing.
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japan's news agency north korea may be prepare to go launch a long-range missile within a week. kerry said the u.s. will do what is necessary to protect the people of our country. >> we are not seeking additional steps other than the security council resolution negotiations, but we will not walk away from any option that is may be necessary to achieve the goal. >> nicole: kerry warn that if china failed to do more, the u.s. would take steps that chinese leaders have strongly oppose. deploying defensive systems to protect american allies in asia. >> lauren: yes. let's take a look right now in today's ed in addition the wall street journal. this is one head line for you. apple stalled growth. questions are growing about whether the iphone maker needs to move down market to restart
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growth. practices set to pose risks to patient health. problems could put facility at risk of losing government certification and then bj deal investors today, it's the last hurdle to the roughly 50 billion-dollar acquisition. >> nicole: coming up, remember the dolorian -- >> lauren: yeah. >> nicole: going back to the future. we will tell you how to get your not in the future. number five team in the nation are defeated. checking u.s. stock market futures after dow fell 222 points yesterday. dow up 87, s&p futures up 14, oil higher as well.
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>> doc. >> you made it. >> yeah. welcome to my latest experiment. >> it's a delorian. >> lauren: back to the future and into production. delorian company in texas will begin cars after a 34-year break. the famous car you just saw in back to the future. they will start rolling off the assembly line next year for 100 grand each. >> nicole: i would like to see one of those. ftse down one tenth of a percent. dax is down a full percent. >> lauren: in europe stocks are trading to the downside. ftse and dax down 61.
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>> nicole: dow futures are looking higher, s&p up 10. >> lauren: restoring the relationship between stocks and oil. oil 32.73 cents a barrel. gold is up a quarter of 1% to one thousands $19 an ounce. >> nicole: stock to watch is facebook, okay, you got that. let's take a look from the world of sports. serena williams is heading to the finals of australian open. 6-0, 6-4 in the semifinals last night. world number one williams has never lost a semifinal or a final. overwhelming favorite going into this final against number 7 seated kerber of germany. he beat number 47 ranked this morning, 7-5, 6-2. on the men's side roger federer is facing djokovic for a spot in the finals. we will give you the developments as they develop.
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another top-ten college basketball team got knocked off last night. arkansas held for a 74-71 win over number 5 texas a&m. they hasn't lost since defeat in arizona state. lebron james and cavaliers pulled away. lebron got to sit down the fourth quarter after a slow start. cavs opened with 12-0 run. phoenix with 17th loss in 19 games. >> ouch, coming up the great fox news debate is almost here. we will have the latest including sharp reaction of donald trump to skip the debate. >> we have a venue. he can invite half of the
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people. >> lauren: mark zuckerberg social giant posted a profit of more than a billion dollars, we will have the details of facebook explosive growth. checking u.s. stock market futures this second. dow futures up 73 points. s&p almost 12. you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪ want to get their hands on. if they could ever catch you.
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>> nicole: breaking news this morning, final push reaches a peak as candidates prepare in
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hawk eye state, good morning, i'm nicole petallides. >> lauren: good morning, i'm lauren simonetti. dow futures are up, up 62 points, s&p futures 10 and nasdaq 38. >> nicole: stocks in asia. we saw a mix bag. shanghai composite down again. down 3%. nikkei loses and hang seng and kospi gain. >> lauren: oil prices back up $32 a barrel. 1.3%. 32.72 now. >> nicole: in facebook t stock is set to sour today. billion-dollar baby. >> lauren: serena williams breezes to the finals and is favor to win. in college basketball the number five team in the nation is defeated. those details coming up. right now we welcome you to fbn:am, first look at what's moving in markets and the latest breaking news and what to expect for the day ahead. good thursday morning.
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>> nicole: republican presidential candidates set to take off in iowa, last gop debate before monday's iowa caucuses, seven contenders, ted cruz, marco rubio, ben carson will hit the stage at 9:00 p.m. eastern time. four candidates including carly fiorina and mike huckabee will be in the earlier debate at 7:00 p.m. front runner donald trump is not participating in the event. he was on the o'reilly factor last night talking about that decision. >> i submit to you that you need to and get away from the personal, they hurt my feelings, unfair to me and make it about them, the folks, not about you. and you elevate then to a place where you could win this if you do that, am i crazy? >> you're not crazy at all, bill, but it is about them. it is about making america great again. that's why i'm doing this. it's not because i want the position. i know the potential of this
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country, how great the country can be, our leader is not doing the job. >> nicole: tune in for the fox business google-republican debate start tonight at 7:00 p.m. eastern time. >> lauren: trump's decision not to attend debate draws criticism from other gop contender including texas senator ted cruz who is channeling trump to a one-on-one debate. >> we've got a venue at western iowa tech, it's already reserved. i told donald he can invite half of the people, anyone that wants to win the iowa caucuses owes to the men and state to subject yourself to voters and answer questions. >> we are running for the presidency of the united states and if donald trump actually believes that he's been treated unfairly by the press, that's pretty laughable. >> when he gets criticized, he can't take it, that's a shame. i don't think as president you're going to be able to deal
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with it that way. >> i feel like i have a double win. i'm in the main debate and i don't have to put up with donald trump. i really don't think he's added much a substance. i don't think he's really a conservative. >> voters in iowa deserve to know what the next commander in chief and president -- >> lauren: carly fiorina offer to go donate one and a half million dollars to join saturday's debate that is proposed by ted cruz. >> nicole: iowa caucuses are just days away, make sure to stay right on fox business also for all the action in iowa on caucus day. niel cavuto hosts coverage of first votes beginning although 8:00 p.m. eastern. >> lauren: get the latest results the morning after with us right here on fbn:am, we will have special live coverage starting at 4:00 a.m. eastern time on tuesday february 2nd on the fox business network.
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>> nicole: i'm excited for all the highlights. facebook posting impressive quarterly results with net income topping one billion dollars for the first time. social networking company beating analysts at both tom and bottom lines, sold more ads at user. shares up 12% in extended trading and those gains in premarket this morning. that has boosted mark zuckerberg's network to $46 billion, that makes him the sixth richest person in the world. >> chaching. alibaba group will release numbers before the bell. concerns ant china's economic slowdown have trigger add sharp selloff of the company stock in recent months. after the bell, it's amazon and microsoft eastern turn, analysts are looking to amazon to report higher profit from a year ago. that would be driven from revenues and also prime
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membership, that grew a lot over the holidays. microsoft's results are expect today reflect continuing challenges from the weak pc market, but also growth from its cloud computing group. >> nicole: all right, let's get you caught up in the global market objection overnight. shanghai down 3%. we did see hang seng and kospi gain today. >> lauren: let's look at europe. red arrows across the board. the cac is down a third of one percent as well and the dax selling the most down two-thirds of one percent. >> nicole: let's see what happened. concern after the economy, volatility, global economies, we saw stocks felloff but today dow futures are higher up 62 and s&p futures are up 10 and some of that selloff was because they are likely to raise rates again. >> lauren: all right. we have to wait and see. right now the price of oil is going up with stock futures. 32.61 a barrel. price of crude, 11.18 an ounce.
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up two dollars a gain for gold this morning. >> nicole: coming up a bad day for apple yesterday. posting latest profits and then it's zafari crash around the world. we will have details there. amazing photo. does it look like the hand of god to you? maybe. we will tell you about this shot. you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪
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>> lauren: welcome back. dow futures back by 54 points. had been more than 100 earlier. nasdaq up 35. >> nicole: earning season, facebook. let's check out the key commodities right now. oil higher 32.64. barrel and goal up two bucks and 70 cents. >> lauren: if you're having issues with the zafari browser on iphone, you're not alone. hundreds of apple users across the globe complained when the browers on iphones and ipads and macs, suggestion feature, but if zafari is giving you trouble, clear the data in settings tab
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and that should fix the problem. >> nicole: incredible cloud formation in red in orange appeared over the portuguese island of madera. cloud that looks like a hand holding a fire ball. do you think it's a hand holding a fair ball? he shared them on social media. bright orange cloud has been compared from a flaming furry to the commit featured in classic video of fantasy 7. some are calling it the hand of god. >> lauren: hands of god. hands down. we will have the latest of the campaign trail including sharp reaction to donald trump's decision to skip the debate. >> we've got a venue at western iowa tech, it's already reserved. i've told donald he can invite half of the people. >> lauren: shares of facebook sore today after mark zuckerberg's social media giant
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posted profit of a billion for the first time, we will have the details of facebook explosive growth. dow up 60 points. s&p 9 and a half and nasdaq 36 and a half. you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news. keep it here. ♪
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>> nicole: good morning, i'm nicole petallides. after sinking 220 points yesterday, dow futures this morning are moving higher overnight. we are seeing the dow up 67 and s&p futures up over 10.
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>> lauren: stocks in asia following wall street lead lower yesterday. shanghai down about 3%. nikkei down 7% but the hang seng and kospi were up. >> nicole: oil prices holding steady overnight about $32 a barrel. right now 32.56. that's up 27 cents. >> lauren: we will have the latest on mark zuckerberg's billion dollar baby. >> nicole: serena williams breezes to the finals and favored to win and upset in college basketball. number five team is defeated. all the details coming up. welcome to fbn:am, first look at morning markets, breaking news and what to expect on the day ahead. >> lauren: good morning, and breaking news this morning, republican presidential candidate set to take off in major debate in iowa. event hosted by fox news, last gop debate before monday's iowa caucuses, seven contenders, ted
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cruz, marco rubio, ben carson will hit the stage and four candidates will be in the early debate at 7:00 p.m. former virginia governor getting first chance on national debate stage since august but front runner donald trump not participating in the event and he was on the o'reilly factor last night talking about that decision. >> i submit to you that you need to change and get away from the personal, they hurt my feelings, unfair to me and make it about them the folks, not about you and you elevate then to a place where you could win this if you do that, am i crazy? >> you're not crazy at all, bill, it is about them. it's about making america great again. that's why i'm doing this. it's not that i want the position, i know the potential, how great the country can be, our leader is not doing the job. >> lauren: tune in for the fox
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news-google debate. >> nicole: drawing swift from criticism from gop contenders including ted cruz who is challenging trump on a one-on-one debate. >> we've got a venue at western iowa tech, it's already reserved. i've told donald he can invite half of the people and we will invite half of the people. i think anyone that wants to win the iowa caucuses owe it to the men and women to show humility and answer questions. >> we are running for the presidency of the united states and if donald trump actually believes that's he's been treated unfairly by the press, that's pretty laughable. >> when he gets criticized, he can't take it. that's ashame. as president you're going to be be able to deal with it that way. >> i'm in the main debate. i don't have to put up to donald trump. i don't think he's added much of
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substance. >> i think iowa deserves what the next commander in chief is going to do. >> nicole: carly fiorina offer to go denate $1.5 million to veterans and that's to join saturday's debate. the debate that's proposed by ted cruz. we will see. >> lauren: the iowa caucuses is day asway so make sure to stay with fox business for all of the action in iowa on caucus day niel cavuto with coverage at 8:00 p.m. eastern on monday february 1st. >> nicole: get the latest results and analysis out of iowa in the morning after with us right here on fbn:am. we will have special live coverage starting at 4:00 a.m. eastern time on tuesday february 2nd. lauren and i will be here showing all the clips and highlights. >> lauren: can't wait. we have breaking news from japan. prime minister says he will resign, omari says he is stepping down over allegations
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that he received bribes from construction companies. he apologized for the scandal said it had caused women basises arement, any cash received was a political donation but he must take responsibility. >> nicole: facebook posting impressive quarterly results, $1 billion for the very first time. the social-networking company beating analysts estimates at both and top and bottom lines. strong performance sending facebook shares up 12% in extended trading. gains in the premarket continue. close at 94 and change. bid ask in 105, 106 range. that has boosted net worth to $46 billion making him the sixth richest person in the whole wide world. >> lauren: some other big players will report quarterly numbers today. concerns about china's economic slowdown and impact on the company had trigger add sharp selloff of alibaba selloff in
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recent months. you have amazon and microsoft. analysts looking for amazon report sharply higher profit than a year. that grew a lot over the holidays. microsoft's results are preponderated to show continuing challenges from the weak pc market but also growth from its cloud-computing group. >> nicole: 90% of the people used amazon. we will see what the numbers are after the bell. shanghai composite and nikkei to do downside while hang seng and kospi gained overnight. >> lauren: you have the ftse down about 20 points, cac down 12 points and dax 57. >> nicole: bringing it home after fed day and oil gained yesterday, dow futures up 79. that's a half of one percent. s&p is almost 12. .6% and the best of the bunch is nasdaq, that's up 42. one full percentage point.
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>> lauren: oil up in a third-day in a row. 32.63 a barrel. gain of 33 cents and one thousands $18. >> nicole: roller coaster ride for investors and we are watching what's been going on with the dow yesterday falling off and the federal reserve didn't rule out future rate headaches. gary smith, fox news contributor, what do you make of this action now and we know the volatility is here to stay, what now? >> gary: it is a crazy time. it used to be back in the old days, a 200-point move that was head lines, now it's like the market is a little wild. i think for most people unless they're, you know, they're day traders or swing traders where the time frame is a day or a week, they have to look long-term, ladies, i'm not positive, i did a little
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exercise this morning and i think everyone should do it. i went to wall street journal and looked at the head lines, here is what i saw, i am going to read the name of the company and apple, stalled growth, caterpillar stuck? mud, bow i think, weak forecast. samsung earning slow. i found two companies that were positive, facebook, of course, we talked about and bionjen had positive earnings, maybe amazon will swing the bell. but right now, i'm just seeing -- i don't even see -- we had bad earnings but the rest of the year looks great. that's my concern. >> lauren: gary we are in an earning's recession. what did the fed do with all of this? do you think they pressed the pause button, do you think they back off from the central bank? >> i don't see one more hike. they pretty much in my opinion,
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i thought it was pretty clear that they were saying, wait a second the economy is slowing, we didn't expect that, any kind of thought of a march increase is off the table. i don't think -- if things dramatically improves, of course, then everything changes. i don't see that. i don't think the fed sees that. i think we go the whole year with that one increase we had. >> nicole: that was it? >> gary: that will be for 2016. >> nicole: fox news contributor. people will take on, debate that continues on and on. thank you gary b. smith. >> lauren: let's get him a special edition of the wall street journal to make everybody feel better. remember the dolorian sports car? >> lauren: it's going back to the future. in sports at the australian open serena williams breezes to the finals and is favored to win.
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>> it's a dolorean. >> nicole: they're going back to the future and into production. dolorean motor company in texas will begin making cars after a 34-year break. they built 300 repolitica 1980 models like the one you saw in back to the future. they start rolling off the assembly line for about $100,000 each. >> lauren: wow. let's take a look at u.s. stock market futures right now. s&p futures about 11 and nasdaq is up by 39. nasdaq the best performer in that group after falling 2% yesterday. >> nicole: let's check out what's going on with oil. oil is higher, 22 cents to the upside. 32.53. more than a half percent. gold gains more than $2. >> lauren: let's take a look from the latest of sports. serena williams headed to the
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finals. 6-0, 6-4 in semifinals last night. world's number one williams has never lost a semifinal or final. williams is overwhelming favorite going against number 7angelique. on the men side, roger federer is facing djokovic for a spot in the finals. djokovic leading two sets to one. another top college basketball got knocked off last night. the loss ended a ten-game winning streak. they hasn't lost since arizona state. oklahoma city thunder came up on top with a 126-123 over the minnesota timberwolves. kevin durant had 27 points, five
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assists and hit two huge shots in the final two minutes. thunder didn't arrive in minneapolis after 3:00 in the morning. >> nicole: before you head out the door let's get a look at your thursday forecast with fox meteorologist maria molina. >> maria: we have one massive storm system moving across western u.s., areas of very heavy rain and snow across parts of midwest. out here across florida we've had extreme weather, tornado across south florida and today threat for additional severe storms and also for flooding. we have a watch in effect and additional 2-4-inches of rain is possible. the ground is saturated from all the heavy rain from yesterday. that will be something to watch out for. temperature wise early this morning not too bad at all. take a look at the numbers, generally speaking as you head
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to midwest, there's a quick look at forecast high temperatures across the nation. you can see in texas very mild, 60's and 70's, across mid atlantic we can make it to the 40's this morning. >> nicole: maria, thank you very much. >> lauren: coming up we will run global market action before we hand it over to mornings with maria. stay with us. ♪ you focus on making great burgers, or building the best houses in town. or becoming the next highly-unlikely dotcom superstar. and us, we'll be right there with you, helping with the questions you need answered to get your brand new business started. we're legalzoom and we've already partnered with over a million new business owners to do just that.
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oil gained, stocks soldoff. we did see it yesterday. today oil right now is 21 cents at 32.51 and gold is gaining more than two bucks. taking you through the next several hours mornings with maria begins right now, we say good morning to maria bartiromo. good morning. >> maria: hey, there's nicole. happy thursday. it's thursday january 28th, with me this morning jpmorgan asset anastasia amoroso and republicanning candidates gearing up in iowa, event hosted by our sister network fox news channel is the final gop debate before the iowa caucus this monday. donald trump will not attend debate, he went on the o'reilly factor last night to explain. >> i suggest to you and make it
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about them the folks not about you and you elevate to a place where you could win this if you could do that, am i crazy? >> you're not crazy. it's about making america great again. it's not because i want the position, it's because i know the potential of this country, how great the country can be. our leader is not doing the job. >> maria: be sure to tune in tonight for the fox-news google debate beginning at 7:00 p.m. eastern time. we are looking at solid gains in the u.s. this morning. futures indicating a higher opening for the broader averages, take a look after the fed meeting yesterday. fed raising questions about the next time it will raise interest racying that the economy slow down at the end of last year. checking european markets right now, low across the board. ftse down, cac in paris and the dax index in germany also weaker by about half a percent. three quarters of 1%.

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