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into your life. not the other way around. >> he said if it wasn't for ted cruz the gang of eight rubio-schumer bill would have passed. by because ted stood up and helped lead the effort -- >> the truth is ted, throughout this campaign you will say or do anything to pet votes. nicole: things get hot at the final presidential debate before the first vote is cast in iowa. good morning, i'm nicole petallides. >> i'm lauren simonetti
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lauren: rising oil prices helping to lift equity prices. $33.67 a barrel. nicole: jeff bezos and amazon post the largest profit ever. it isn't enough for investors. the stock is is down sharply. we'll explain. lauren: in sports they ramp up investigation of nfl quarterback peyton manning. australian open gears up for weekend of final matches. welcome to "fbn:am," latest look in markets and breaking news and what to expect for the friday ahead. nicole: republican candidates facing off in the final debate before the iowa caucuses. here are the highlights from last night. >> let me say i'm a maniac and
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everyone on this stage is stupid, fat and ugly. and ben, you're a terrible surgeon. [laughter]. you now that we've gotten the donald trump portion out of the way -- [laughter] >> i kind of missed donald trump. he was a little teddy bear to me. we had a loving relationship at these debates in between the tweets. i kind of miss him. >> >> this is the lie ted's campaign built upon. rand touched on this and he is the most conservative guy, everyone else is a rrino. we'll not beat hillary clinton with someone who will say or do anything to win a election. >> marco choice the go with the direction of the major donors because he thought it was politically advantageous. i honored my commitments. >> i watch watched video of senator cruz and i watched video of senator cruz. i herd what they said. this is why you need to send
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some one out of washington to washington. >> set king of saying he is for amnesty, everybody is for amnesty instead of ted cruz. that is false neas and a debate problem. >> i will say this. gosh if you guys ask one more main question, i may have to leave the stage. >> don't worry i will not leave the stage no matter what you ask me. >> he made a deal with chuck schumer he will oppose any conservative amendment. >> rand's way is not the way to do it. everyone who comes to the united states we need to know who they are and why they are coming. >> not to make decisions whether something is legal or illegal, or profiling. you see something suspicious you call law enforcement and let law enforcement make the decisions that can be done without profiling people. >> we will win that against isis when it settles down, we should leave, we shouldn't be policemen of the world. we need to turn it over to regional powers to handle that.
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>> that is the book where you changed your stand and immigration. >> so did you. so did you, marco. when you do that, you ask people to support you shouldn't cut an run and stick with it. that is exactly what happened. he cut and run. that is a tragedy. >> ted said he was for nsa reform. then he told marco rubio, no, i voted for the bill because i'm for the government collecting 100% of your cell phone records. i don't think ted can have it both way. >> you have to be able to bring together conservatives and evangelicals and libertarians and stitch together a winning majority. >> bernie sanders is a socialist. i think bernie sanders is good candidate for president, of sweden. >> to ordain and establish this constitution of the united states of mechanic. folks, it is not too late. enough said. >> four other gop candidates hitting the stage two hours earlier. here are some. key moments from that debate. >> if my husband did what bill clinton did i would have
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left him long ago. here now she is trying for the white house. probably more qualified for the big house, honestly. she is has escaped prosecution more times than "el chapo". perhaps sean person should interview her. >> they put a poll on "wall street journal." they failed to mention i got zero. nbc "wall street journal" never includes my name on the list. this is what the media has been doing. >> if he works 16 hours he doesn't get a double paycheck because he is going to be bumped up into new tax bracket and government bill get more of his second shift than he will. we've punished him for being industry just and hard-working. that is a foolish policy. >> i'm the only veteran, bill and martha, in this race, i'm not going to any donald trump event across town on some faux veteran issue. >> people of iowa, stand with
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me, fight for me, caucus with me. it is time for us to take our country back. lauren: the iowa caucuses are on monday. nicole: without donald trump the battle between texas senator ted cruz and florida senator marco rubio intensifies. blake burman live in des moines, iowa with more. blake, what do you make of it? reporter: it was a great night last night. two great debates. you played some of it. it all started at least at the 9:00 debate with what megyn kelly put it, the elephant not in the room. as you mentioned the showdown brewing over last four to six weeks or so with marco rubio and ted cruz specifically on immigration which is a major issue here in the state of iowa. cruz as he has in the past tried to pit rubio as someone who supported amnesty in the past. rubio tried to say cruz's own portions weren't much different than his. >> this is the lie that ted's
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campaign is built on, and rand touched upon it. that he is the most conservative guy and everyone else, everyone else a rino the truth is ted, throughout this campaign you've been willing to do or say anything in order to get votes. ted, you worked for george w. bush's campaign. now you want to trump trump on immigration. >> i like marco. he is very charming and very smooth. the facts are simple. when he ran for election in the state of florida, he told the people of florida if you elect me i will fight against amnesty. when we came to washington we made a different choice. marco went the direction of major donors to support amnesty because he thought is was politically advantageous. i honored my commitments. and i will honor as president every commitment i make to the men and women of this country. >> that is part of the back and forth. chris christie said that is exactly why this country who needs a president who is not d.c. based currently at moment.
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that is why he needs a washington english dictionary. >> this is what makes a difference when you're a governor. you can kang your mind. ted can change his mind. marco can change his mine. it is perfectly legal in this country to change your mind. when you're governor you have to admit it. you can't hide behind parliamentary tricks that is the difference. that is the kind of leader we need in the white house. stop the washington bull and let's get things done! reporter: now that the debate is over it is about the ground game, getting people out for these candidates on caucus night and potentially the weather as there might be a big storm here rolling in monday night into tuesday. we'll see how that plays out. it is about getting supporters out for caucus night for the candidates from here on out. nicole: mother nature always comes into play. stay tuned for fox business with all the action in iowa on caucus
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day. neil coo view toe hosts the action of the first votes on monday, february 1st, get latest results and analysis morning after with us on "fbn:am," we'll have special live coverage, 4:00 a.m. eastern on tuesday february 2nd, right here on the fox business network. nicole: hillary clinton taking on valeant pharmaceuticals. presidential candidate criticizing the valeant for dramatically increasing the price of a migraine drug it makes. >> companies that do this, i'm going after them for predatory pricing. i'm going to go after them for taking advantage of a consumer and the patient in this country. that is absolutely unacceptable. lauren: nicole: shares of valeant fell 9%.
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it traded slightly higher after hours. lauren: amazon investors not happy with the largest quarterly profit in amazon's 20-year history. amazon reported profit that more than doubled to $482 million over the holiday. it was third straight quarter of profits but the profits did not reach investors expectations. it cost ceo jeff bezos $6 billion in premarket trading today. this is how amazon is trading, down another 11%. you're looking at the bid-ask right there. nicole: a day after we saw market tanking. this is huge. we see stocks moving. the yen dropping. shanghai composite index up 3%. hang seng up 2 1/2%. the kospi gains one quarter of 1%. lauren: that is setting the tone.
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footsie is up more than 1%. cac is up more than oners. the dax is up about 1% this morning. nicole: after a tough month let's see what u.s. stock futures are trading on last trading day of january. we got the pop here on heels of the bank of japan news. lauren: checking commodities it has been a great four days for oil, up four days in a row. gold selling off by about three bucks to 11373 an ounce. nicole: big -- $113 an -- $1113 a lars. nicole: police making arrest in connection in escape of three inmates from a southern california jail last week. >> a 44-year-old resident of
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lake forest has been arrested. it is believed she directly contributed to the escape of the three inmates and provided critical planning tools that aided in their preparation for the escape. nicole: police say ravagi taught english as second language in the jail. three men are still on the run after they broke out last friday. they are considered to be armed and also dangerous. lauren: the fbi unexpectedly released this video yesterday. a state police officer fatally shooting one of the armed oregon protesters who took over a remote wildlife reserve. robert finicum died during the arrest of occupation ringleader. nicole: ammon bundy and four others during traffic stop. it was incumbent to show the behavior of finicum. he based recklessly, made a motion toward a gun in his coat pocket. you're looking what happened after that. nicole: coming up a bombshell in the world of sports.
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>> repetitive head trauma chokes the brain. turns you into someone else. nicole: doctor who discovered concussion related disease known as ctee said he would bet his medical life that a famous football player from the 1970s, suffers from that disease. also in supports the nfl ramps up investigation of denver broncos quarterback peyton manning. australian open gears up for weekend of final matches. those could be exciting. checking u.s. stock futures. we're getting a pop here, up 131 for the dow. a lot of this comes on the heels of bank of japan move. but it is a losing month. you're watching "fbn:am," first look at morning markets and breaking news.
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>> this is the time people are making their decisions and i think you saw a real contrast between campaign conservatives and a candidate who has been a consistent, proven conservative over and over again. i think that is what the people of iowa are looking for. i think that is what people are looking for across the country. nicole: ted cruz on "the kelly file. overnight after the bank of japan cuts rates to negative. we've seen stocks popping. look at nikkei markets. hang seng gaining 2 1/2. lauren: in europe stocks are also sharply higher this morning. looking at ftse up 5points, the cac up 43. the dax up 62. all of that about 1%. nicole: let's check out u.s. stock market futures. the dow and s&p are down more than 7% for this month. nasdaq down 10% for this month. we're wrapping up january, worst january ever.
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dow futures up 133. s&p futures up 16. >> the oil up again for the forth day in a row, 33.52. that is a gain of 30 cents. gold is down $3. nicole: look at latest in the world of sports. the national football league enlisted some muscle in the investigation of the investigation into quarterback peyton manning. a al-jazeera report linked him to a clinic. they are helping ongoing rao he view of manning's case. agency is best known for investigating lance armstrong and polices u.s. olympic sports. manning commented about the report yesterday. in his words it is garbage from the first stay it came out and still garbage today. last spot in the finals of the australian open is being decided right now. andy murray and renich are meeting in the men asteismfy
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finals to meet five-time champion novak djokovic. they are tied 5-5 in the second. we'll keep you posted. serena williams in the final tomorrow. in college basketball, upset over top 10 teams. number 8 maryland use ad late charge to beat number three 3 iowa last night. it ended the hawkeyes nine-game-winning streak. lauren: the doctor depicted by will smith in the movie, "concussion." he identified the condition cte caused by repeated brain trauma. he said he is beyond confident that simpson suffers from the disease. cte is diagnosed if 100 former nfl players. simpson was acquitted of all
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charges in the 1994 murder of his ex-wife and ron goldman. he is serving a nine to 33 year prison sentence for armed robbery. nicole: this goes withing a expression and memory loss. diagnose it after death. will be interesting to find this out. coming up with four days to go before the first votes in president are cast in iowa, heat turns up at the fox news debate. >> he is the king of saying oh, you're for amnesty. everybody is for amnesty except for ted cruz. it's a falseness. that is authenticity problem. nicole: around we will have all the highlights for you. jeff bezos and amazon report biggest profits ever! that still wasn't enough for investors. we'll tell you how hard amazon's stock is getting hit. check out u.s. stock mark account futures. up arrows across the board up 3% for the dow, nasdaq, s&p. dow is up 127. you're watching "fbn:am." your first look at morning
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>> he said if it wasn't for ted cruz the "gang of eight" rubio-schumer bill would have passed but because ted stood up and helped lead the effort -- >> truth is ted, throughout this campaign you've been willing to do or say anything to get votes. nicole: breaking news today. things get hot at the final presidential debate before iowa. we'll have highlights. good morning, everybody i'm lauren simonetti. nicole: i'm nicole petallides. gains following a stunning move by japan central bank. s&p futures up 15. lauren: central bank of japan
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shocking markets around the world by cutting interest rates below zero. nikkei jumping almost 3% on the news. nicole: rising oil prices also helping to lift stocks again. oil prices right now, 3 3.44. lauren: jeff bezos and amazon post the largest profit ever. it isn't enough for investors. the stork is down sharply. we'll tell you why. nicole: in sports the
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>> i watched video of senator cruz. i watched video of senator marco rubio. i heard what they said. this is why you need to send someone outside of washington to washington. >> what is particularly insulting though, he is the king of saying oh, you're for amnesty.
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everybody is for amnesty, exempt for ted cruz. but it's a falseness. that is authenticity problem. >> debate actually is a policy issue but i will say this, gosh, if you guys ask one more mean question i may have to leave the stage. >> don't worry, i'm not leaving the stage, no matter what you ask me. >> you made a deal with chuck schumer he would oppose any conservative amendments. i think that is mistake. >> rand's way is not the right way to do it. people coming to the united states the country has the right to know who they are and why they are coming. >> not for them to make decisions whether or not something is illegal or legal or profile are or not. you see something suspicious you call law enforcement. let law enforcement make the decisions. that can be done without profiling people. >> when we win that and we will wind that against isis as it settles down we should leave because we shouldn't be policemen of the world. what we feed to do is turn it over to the regional powers to be able to handle that. >> that is the book where you changed your position on immigration. you used to support a path to
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citizenship. >> so did you. >> in the book -- >> so did you, marco, when you didn't do that, you ask people to support you shouldn't cut and run. stick with it. that is exactly what happened. he cut and run. that is a tragedy. >> ted said he was for nsa reform but then he told marco rubio, no, no. i voted for the bill because i'm for the government collecting 100% of your cell phone records. i don't think ted can have it both ways. >> you have to be able to bring together conservatives and evangelicals and libertarians and stitch together a winning majority. >> bernie sanders is socialist. i think bernie sanders is a good candidate for president, of sweden. >> do ordain and establish this constitution of the united states of america. folks, it's not to late. enough said. lauren: frontrunner donald trump skipped the debate. holding his own rally a few miles away. the iowa caucuses are on monday. nicole: dispute between bernie sanders campaign and nevada
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union reportedly has been resolved. the state culinary union accused campaign staffers putting on union pins to try to get to close to workers at several major hotels in las vegas. the sanders campaign denied that charge adding none of the staffers ever misrepresented who they were. according to "politico," the union which backed then senator obama in 2008 caucuses isn't expected to endorse a candidate for 2016 until the contests are over. lauren: let's get caught up in market action overnight. the bank of japan surprises markets cuts rates. kospi higher as well. nicole: all up rare arrows as well in europe. the cac and ftse up nearly one full percentage point. the dax up half a percent. lauren: it is seesaw week in the u.s. terrible month of january on final trading day of the month. s&p futures up 15.
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nasdaq futures up 20 nine. nicole: the dow is down 7.8% for this month. let's check out oil right now. 33.41. up again. up more than half a percent as gold pulls back over two bucks. >> coming up former defense secretary donald rumsfeld is channeling winston churchill with a new solitaire app. >> download it. i'm sure you can win. lauren: how the app works. uber escalating cab wars in new york city. we'll tell but the latest move. you're watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. want to get their hands on. if they could ever catch you.
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♪ >> i think this economy is poised to take off, i really do. i think the opportunities of the 21st century economy are extraordinary. they're being held back by the obama policies that undermine free enterprise. if we could remove that roll back regulations make our tax code a normal one, get epa off people's back, show you have a plan for debt, more vocational trainings, with need more welders, plumbers and pipe fitters, this economy will take off. it will be envy of the world again. lauren: senator marco rubio in the spin room after the debate last night. look at stock futures ahead of the opening bell. nasdaq futures up 23 points. nicole: microsoft wins, amazon
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loses. check out oil right now. 30 three .35. gold pulls back 2.$60. lauren: new york city cab wars are heating up. uber getting rates for most popular uber-x and uecker xl rides 15%. that drop is expected to increase the amount of riders around decrease the wait times. the last time uber lowered prices was in july of 2014 t resulted in drivers spending 42% less time without a fare in the car. uber is hoping for similar results this time around. nicole: former defense secretary donald rumsfeld has a new gig, as a videogame developer. rumsfeld created a new app called, churchhill solitaire. a game based off the classic card game. he sat down with our own stuart varney to tell him all about it. >> did you write the code for this or what do you have to do with this app? >> i didn't even know what an
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app was until recently. no, indeed. but i, winston churchill taught that to a belgian diplomat, he taught that game. the belgian diplomat was there at nato in 1973 when i became u.s. ambassador to nato. he taught me. a friend one day, said, why don't we turn it into an app. i said terrific. let's do it. here i am, a technology wizard supposedly. nicole: terrific. all the profits from the app are being sent to the win ton churchhill foundation and military charities in support of our troops. lauren: how nice. coming up with just four days to go before the first votes for president are cast in iowa the heat turns up at the fox news debate last night. >> that is the book where you changed your position on immigration because you used to support a path to citizenship. >> so did you. >> in the book. >> so did you, marco. lauren: we'll have highlights.
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jeff bezos and amazon report biggest profit ever. that was not enough for investors. we'll tell you how hard amazon's stock is getting whacked this morning. checking stock index futures, dow higher by 110 points. nasdaq up by 13 handles. you're watching "fbn:am," first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪
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>> he said if it wasn't for ted cruz the "gang of eight" rubio-schumer bill would have passed but because ted stood up and helped lead the effort -- >> the truth is, ted, throughout this campaign you've been willing to say or do anything in order to get votes. nicole: breaking news this morning, things get hot at the final presidential debate before the first votes are cast in iowa. we'll have all the highlights for you.
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good friday morning, i'm nicole petallides. lauren: good morning. i'm lauren simonetti. looks like wall street to add to yesterday's gains because of sinning move by japanese central bank. nicole: the central bank of japan shocking markets around the world by cutting interest rates below zero. the nikkei jumping almost 3% on the news. shanghai composite index up 3%. lauren: rising oil prices also helping to lift stocks. right now $33.31 a barrel is the price of crude. that is up .3%, the stock to watch today is amazon. jeff bezos and amazon post its largest profit ever. but it is not enough for investors. the stock is actually down sharply and we'll slain. lauren: in sports the nfl ramps up investigation of denver broncos quarterback peyton manning. the australian open gears up for weekend of finals matches. those details coming up. you're watching "fbn:am," latest
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markets and breaking news and what to expect in the day ahead. nicole: the republican candidates facing off in the final debate before the iowa caucuses. here is the highlights from the heated debate last night. >> let me say i'm a maniac. everyone on this stage is stupid, fat and ugly. and ben, you're a terrible surgeon. [laughter] now that we've gotten the donald trump portion out of the way -- [laughter] >> i kind of miss donald trump. he was a little ted by bear to me. we always had such a loving relationship in these debates and in between the tweets. i kind of miss him. >> my friend senator rubio chose to stand with obama obama and harry reid around chuck schumer and support amnesty. >> this is the lie ted's campaign is built on. rand touched upon it. he is the most conservative guy, everyone else is a rino we'll not beat hillary clinton with someone willing to say or do anything to win an election. >> marco made the choice of go the direct shun of the major donors to support amnesty because he thought it was politically advantageous.
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i honoredded my commitments. >> i watched video of senator cruz. i watched the video of senator rubio. i herd what they said. this is why you need to send someone outside of washington to washington. >> what is particularly insulting though he is the king of saying oh, you're for amnesty. everybody is for amnesty except for ted cruz. it's a falseness. that is authenticity problem. >> debate actually is a policy issue but i will say this, gosh, if you guys say, ask one more mean question, i may have to leave the stage. >> don't worry, i'm not leaving stage no matter what you ask me. >> made a deal with chuck schumer that he would oppose any conservative amendments. i think that was a mistake. >> rand's way is not the right way to do it. anybody coming to united states we have the right to know who they are and why they are coming. >> not making a decision whether something is legal or illegal or profiling or not. you see something suspicious, call law enforcement. let law law enforcement make the decisions.
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that is what should be done and can be done without profiling people. >> we'll win that against isis as it settles down we should leave. we shouldn't be policeman of the world. we should handle it over to regional powers to handle that. >> you changed that in your book on immigration. you used to support a path to citizenship. >> so did you. >> but you did. >> you did too, marco. when you asked people to support, you shouldn't cut and run and stick wilt. that is what happened. he cut and run. that is a tragedy. >> ted said he was for nsa reform. he told marco rubio no, i voted for the bill because i'm for the government collecting 100% of your cell phone records. i don't think ted can have it both ways. >> you have to be able to bring together conservatives an evangelicals and libertarians and stitch together a winning majority. >> bernie sanders is a socialist. i think bernie sanders is good candidate for president, of sweden. >> to ordain and establish this constitution of the united states of america.
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folks, it's not too late. enough said. nicole: frontrunner donald trump skipped the debate holding his own rally a few miles away. the iowa caucuses are held next monday. lauren: find out how the economy performed in the fourth quarter later this morning but expectationing are not high. gross domestic product estimated to have increased just .8 of one percent. that would be a sharp decline from the 2% increase in the third quarter. investors will be watching to see whether such weak growth could raise concerns about the durability of the u.s. economy this year especially given the turmoil in the global markets. nicole: amazon investors were not happy with the largest quarterly profit in the company's 20 years history. yesterday amazon reported a profit that more than doubled, $482 million in the holiday period. the company had third straight quarter of profits, but, the profits did not meet the investors expectations. as a result, amazon shares fell 15% in after-hours trading.
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looking much lower this morning as well. that wiped out more than $30 billion in market value. in premarket today, we could see it down over 10%. jeff bezos of course losing his own market value. lauren: sources say xerox will announce major moves today. people familiar with the matter say xerox will give up on the plan to join its business services with copiers and printers and instead split itself into two. the company is expected to give several board seats to activist investor carl icahn. ex-xerox will report a fourth straight year of declining profits and declining sales. they lost a quarter of their value last year and down another 13% this year. nicole: time for market check. look at global market action. japan bank cut rates to negative, negative. shanghai composite index up 3% as well. lauren: that is setting the tone for trading today. in europe up arrows across the
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board. cac up 26 and dax up 40 points. nicole: checking out now the next move here, u.s. stock market futures up 103 for dow futures. s&p up 12. though we see the two indices down over 7% for this month of january. lauren: today is the final trading day of the month of january. checking some key commodities oil just turned lower. we'll see how that affects futures. so far, so good. 33.19 is the quote. gold down three bucks. nicole: there is some encouraging news about the rapidly spreading zika virus spread by mosquitoes. a vaccine for the virus could be ready for emergency use before the end of the year. that is according to one of the lead developers. the virus has been linked to severe birth defects in thousands of infants. the world health organization says that zika is spreading explosively and could affect as many as four million people in the americas. there are 31 cases in the united
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states and those are in 11 states. could also count washington, d.c. in there. lauren: retailers say they have been selling more gun silenters since the start of the year. believe increase is due to obama administration overhaul of firearm background checks. as of february 2015 the number of registered silencers in the u.s. was up 277% from 2010. nicole: guns too, right? because of regulation. they have been toking. coming up the bombshell in the world of sports. >> repetitive head trauma chokes the brain. it turns you into someone else. nicole: the doctor who discovered concussion related disease known as cte now says he would bet his medical license that a famous football player from the 190's suffers from this disease. also in sports the nfl ramps up the investigation of denver quarterback peyton manning. the australian open gears up for weekend of finals matches. you're watching "fbn:am," your
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dow is set to open higher by 105 points. s&p up 12 and nasdaq up 23 points. nicole: we've seen volatility in oil again. even today higher now lower. 33.18. gold at 1112 a toy ounce. lauren: look at latest from the world of sports. the national football league enlisted some muscle in it is investigation of denver broncos quarterback peyton manning. a al-jazeera report linked him to human growth hormone. anti-doping agency is helping nfl in comprehensive review of nfl case. it is best known for investigating lance armstrong and policing olympic sports. manning reported on the that it is garbage on the first day it came out and still garbage today. last spot on the u.s. open finals is being decided right now. andy murray and milos raonic are meeting for the right to face
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five-time champion novak djokovic on sunday. they have split the first two sets. in women's final, world number one serena williams tomorrow against angelique kerber. williams is shootings for her 22nd major title. nicole: the doctor depicted by will smith in the movie, "concussion" says o.j. simpson may suffer from the brain disease. dr. bennet omalu is forensic pathologist he first identify the cte, caused by repetitive brain trauma. he said he is beyond confident simpson suffers from the disease. cte has been diagnosed in 100 former nfl players. simpson was acquitted in all criminal charges in the 1994 murder of his ex-wife and ronald goldman. he is currently serving a nine to 33 year prison sentence for armed robbery. lauren: coming up we'll round down global market action before we hand it over to "mornings with maria."
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>> in asia, bank of japan moves rates to negative. monetary stimulus. nikkei up 2.8%. hang seng and kospi also gained while the yen plummets. looking at europe right now, we see all up arrows across the board. ftse up almost 1% and cac and dax also gaining. right here at home after we saw the dow and s&p plummet over 7% each for this month of january, this is the last trading day. but we're ending here with up arrows possibly as we see dow futures up over 100 points right now. looking at commodities in particular, we've seen oil move from positive to negative territory this morning. it is currently sitting at 33.21 a barrel. gold at 11.12 a troy ounce, slightly weaker this morning. we are here with "mornings with maria" and we say hello to maria bartiromo.
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maria: happy friday, january 29th. with me fox business's dagen mcdowell, "barron's" editor jack otter and kaltbaum capital management, gary kaltbaum. most of the republican candidates facing off before the last time before first votes are cast. fox news and google hosting last night's debate. take a listen to some of the top moments of the night. >> i'm a maniac, and everyone on this stage is stupid, fat and ugly and ben you're a terrible surgeon. now that we've got enthe donald trump portion out of the way -- >> that is the book where you changed your position on immigration. because you used to support a path to citizenship. >> so did you. >> didn't say say a word about legalization. >> ted didn't have time to, only republican didn't show up for it. >> gosh, if you guys ask one more mean question i may have to leave the stage. [laughter] [applause] >> stop the washington bull.
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and let's get things done! >> you're not going to hear a lot of polished political speech from me but i will hear the truth. >> this is bean bag compared to what the clinton hit machine will do to the republican nominee. >> bernie sanders is a socialist. i think bernie sanders is a good candidate for president, of sweden. we don't want to be sweden. [laughter] maria: we'll head to des moines momentarily. more highlights straight ahead. donald trump skipping the debate instead holding his own event to raise money for veterans. he claims he raced more than five million dollars, including donation from activist investor carl icahn. from other side of the aisle, hillary clinton and bernie sanders making final push in iowa. it has become a tight race for sure.

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