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>> nicole: breaking news this morning. asia stocks. japan slumping another 3%. >> lauren: good morning, nicole. hang seng down and nikkei down more than 3% and kospi down. >> nicole: asia is familiaring 300-point drop. let's check out u.s. stock market futures this morning. it's somewhat of a mix bag. dow is down 1, unchanged, hovering on that level.
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>> lauren: mid speculation that an opec production cut was no where in sight. >> lauren: donald trump not participating in the fox news debate may have cost him the election in iowa. well, bernie sanders is saying not so fast, he wants a closer look at those coin flips. >> nicole: amazon plans to go old school, we will tell you about ambition and plan to build bookstores. >> lauren: and in sports, get ready for lady gaga. she's going to be singing at the super bowl. we will have those highlights. welcome to fbn:am, first look at morning markets, breaking news and what to expect on the day ahead. it's wednesday, it's wednesday. >> nicole: presidential candidates holding a series of rallies in new hampshire to secure votes ahead of the
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primary, donald trump saying his decision to skip last fox debate may have caused him iowa but he said he would do the same way if he had to. if you told me i would have finished first if i finished the debate or second 6 million for the vets, i will take 6 million for the vets all day honing. >> nicole: yesterday trump received endorsement from former massachusetts senator scott brown. first support to trump by current or former u.s. senator. ted cruz lashing out at rival marco rubio. >> marco may the decision, conscious deliberate decision not only not to leave the fight against amnesty but to go and stand with barack obama and chuck shummer and harry reid. primary held on february 9th.
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>> lauren: clinton highlighting differences with bernie sanders. >> sanders has a different approach. he shares my goal of universal coverage but he wants us to start all over. i think that would be a terrible mistake to throw our country into a contentious debate over health care again -- >> lauren: senator sanders says he wants to take a closer look at the iowa caucus results. >> we want to look at some of the numbers. last that i saw we were four delegates down, as i understand it, there was some precinctses actually where delegates won with flip of a coin, actually. i'm not sure. i think there were six cases, so we want to take a look at that. >> lauren: well, then hillary clinton was very lucky. new hampshire polls that sanders is way ahead to clinton.
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>> nicole: president obama to visit a mosque this morning. >> to talk leaders about the community about what's on their minds and after that, the president will have an opportunity to speak to those to a broader audience at the mosq mosque. >> nicole: muslim americans are facing unbias. >> lauren: more fallout from the hillary clinton e-mail. john kerry when he was a senator used a private e-mail account to send hillary clinton information that has since been classified. john kirby says kerry used an e-mail account to send message, portions of the message were classified as secret just last week and centered when it was
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released along with one thousand of clinton's e-mail. the message was about developments with india, pakistan and afghanistan. >> nicole: there's some disturbing developments about the zika virus. health officials say a patient in texas has acquired zika through sex. patient was infected after having sexual contact with a sick person who had returned home from venezuela. zika is usually spread through mosquito bites. virus has been linked to birth defects in the americas and the world health organization has declared emergency in response to the number of growing cases. >> lauren: get let you caught up in global market overnight. nick day down more than 3%. >> lauren: look at what's going on with the dax, and cac.
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>> lauren: we just took a leg to the downside. dow is down by 19 points. s&p down a 1 and nasdaq is down by 12 points. >> nicole: a couple of days of trading we saw and down a couple of days, a dramatic move today. slightly to the upside. 30.31 the barrel and gold a buck 80 a troy ounce. >> lauren: you can see strength for the euro, pound, canadian dollar and the japanese yen versus the dollar this morning. >> nicole: let's check it out right now. 1.86%. >> lauren: yahoo ceo marisa myer has plan to protect company and probably her job.
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yahoo will close offices in five locations. the restructuring might also mean yahoo is putting internet business up for sale. the plan signals that miers has turned and now in survival mode. >> nicole: chipotle facing new challenges. shares tumbled near 7%. first decline quarterly sales. you knew that was coming. revenue falling nearly 7% to just under a billion dollars missing the street estimates and chipotle's profit down 40% in the wake of serious of illnesses including e. coli. outbreaks appear to be over but now chipotle has been served with a subpoena that widens a federal investigation into the company's food safety.
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>> lauren: maybe opening physical bookstores. amazon opened a brick and medical recorder store in seattle. could open a hundred of them. amazon seattle store stocks about 5,000 titles and also sales amazon's kindle and fire devices. if amazon would open hundreds of stores it would take years to pick locations and then you have to reachlassing deals and eventually higher. >> nicole: due in court in new york today. he faces charges of running a scheme. was called the world's most hated man after he increased the price of an hiv drug by 5,000%. he is scheduled to appear before congress tomorrow for hearing about price gouging in the pharmaceutical industry. on mornings with maria yesterday shkreli says he plans to invoke
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the fifth amendment but would love to speak his mind to congress. >> i would insult them, i would try to have a cordial discussion and, you know, i would do it behind close doors. i would do it under immunity. they want this to be a circus. >> maria: they want you in front of the cameras? >> that's it. new york new york one of new york's best lawyers to defend him. >> lauren: here is a look at the head license of wall street journal. 43billion-dollar buyout offer. the deal would be the largest foreign acquisition by a chie neats company and then you have sources star board has taken a stage in marvell technology. and the drug industry starts the race to develop a zika vaccine.
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virus a global public health emergency. >> nicole: coming up wild weather across the nation as tornadoes rip through the south and a powerful storm creates a nightmare for travelers. we will have the latest of what you need to know. and then there is this. ♪ ♪ ♪ >> nicole: get ready for lady gaga at the super bowl. but it is not the half-time show. we will explain. let's take a look at u.s. stock market futures, dow futures are down 29. s&p down two and a half, you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news.
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>> lauren: strong tomorrows in the southeast spawn tornadoes that touchdown -- touched down in alabama, a total of six tornadoes were spotted in mississippi and alabama. wild weather. >> nicole: pounding many states, iowa, minnesota and wisconsin. hundreds of flights have been canceled since yesterday. this after the storm dumped heavy snow in colorado causing a nightmare for the travelers. >> front-wheel drive cars and road conditions are not good for some of the vehicles that are out here. >> nicole: we will have a lye report from fox meteorologist maria molina. >> lauren: gets get you caught up over global market overnight. shanghai composite down 4%.
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hang seng down. >> nicole: 2016 a rough year across the board. dax one and a third percent and cac 1% each. >> lauren: right here in the future's market. s&p up a little bit, maybe looking to try to get aurally going today. >> nicole: we saw oil selling off. biggest selloff in 2009. we are seeing a little bit of a bounceback. gold up 2.40 this morning. ♪ ♪ ♪ >> lauren: just in time for the super bowl.
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heinz coming up with that commercial. you get a stampede of weiner dogs running to a family. meet the ketchups is going to air in game. >> nicole: i love it. nfl announced that lady gaga will be singing the national anthem during the pregame of festivities. perform ands live on cbs before the kickoff of the game on sunday. lady gaga will be joined on stage by academy award winning actress who will perform the anthem in sign language. 95-72 win over tcu last night. hill 17 points with oklahoma
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city thunders kevin durant on hand. shot 51% from the field and held tcu to 50% shooting. oklahoma improved 19-2. 97-89. thomas has 20 points and 8 assists. celtics were fresher and sharper as they dominated the final 15 minutes. >> lauren: coming up, the gloves are off in new n as the presidential candidates battle for survival. bernie sanders saying not so bad. >> there were some precincts where actually delegates were won with a flip of a coin, actually. i'm not sure that. i think there were six cases, so we want take a look at that. >> lauren: we will have the latest on the campaign trail. we will tell you about ceo big
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plans for bookstores. checking u.s. stock market futures ahead of opening bell this wednesday morning. s&p futures up not even a point. nasdaq down almost 9. you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news.
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>> lauren: breaking news this morning, asia stock fall while wall street lower. nikkei falling 3%. good morning, i'm lauren simonetti. >> nicole: good morning, i'm nicole petallides, checking out the key asian markets closed. down a third of the a percent, hang seng down 2.3% and nikkei down 3%.
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>> lauren: asia falling a 3-point drop yesterday. checking u.s. stock market futures ahead of the opening bell. it looks like we have more selling. dow futures down 20 points and nasdaq futures down. >> nicole: opec production cut were no where in sight. let's check out oil right now. 30.27 cents, that's up this morning. >> lauren: in politics gloves are up in new hampshire. candidates look horns in a battle for survival. >> nicole: remember the razor-thin victory in iowa for hillary, bernie says, not so fast, he wants a closer look at the coin flips. in sports get ready for lady gaga, she will be singing at the super bowl.
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welcome to fbn:am, first look at morning markets, breaking news and what to expect for the day ahead. >> lauren: presidential candidates holding a series of rallies in new hampshire to secure votes ahead of next week's primary, the head of the gop ted cruz lashing out at marco rubio. >> marco made the decision the conscious thrib rate decision not only not only to leave the fight against amnesty but to go and stand with barack obama and chuck shummer and harry reid. >> lauren: donald trump received endorsement from scott brown. that's the first support for trump by current or former u.s. senator. new hampshire primary is held february 9th. >> nicole: hillary clinton highlighting differences with bernie sanders. >> senator sanders has a different approach, he shares my goal of universal coverage but he wants us to start all over.
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i think that would be a terrible mistake to throw our country into a contentious debate over health care again. >> nicole: senator sanders wants to take a closer look at the iowa caucus reports. >> last that i saw we were four delegates down as i understand it there was some precincts actually where delegates won with a flip of a coin, actually. i'm not sure that. i think there were six cases, so we want to take a lock at that. >> nicole: in new hampshire polls suggest sanders is far ahead of hillary clinton. >> lauren: markets in asia saw steep losses again today. let's take a look with tracy yu. tracy is a reporter for chinese television. tracy, good morning. >> tracy: good morning, ladies. asian markets are widely lower today. in china lost about four tenths
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of 1%. that's due to liquidity concern ahead of chinese new year. beijing allowed relax payment for home buyers. in honing song hang sen down 2.3%. energy companies were widely down and oil prices down. over in tokyo japanese stocks took a beating. nikkei down more than 3% falling losses on wall street overnight and exporters were battered against u.s. dollar. we are back to 119th level. in south korea down. back to you. >> lauren: tracy yu, thank you. >> nicole: let's get you caught up on the rest of the dloabl market action overnight. dow nearly 1 and a half percent. ftse down and cac quarante down.
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>> lauren: futures are down 18 points, nasdaq futures 12 and a half, s&p down a point. >> nicole: let's check out what oil is doing this morning. up one and a half percent, gold is up three bucks at 11.30 a troy ounce. >> lauren: amazon may be opening physical stores and hundreds of them. amazon opened a brick and mortar store in seattle. could open hundreds of stores. amazon-seattle stores stocks about 5,000 titles at any one time. the wall street journal says if amazon were to open hundreds of bookstores it would take years to pick the locations, reach the leasing deals and, of course, higher the staff. >> nicole: ran a hedge fun is due in court in new york today. he faces charges of running a
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ponzy scheme. world east most hated man after he increased price of hiv drug by 5,000%. he's scheduled to appear before congress tomorrow for a hearing about price gouging in the pharmaceutical industry and in mornings with maria he spoke with maria bartiromo and said he plans to invoke the fifth amendment but would like to speak his mind to congress. >> i'm not a shy person. i have a lot to talk to congress. i would insult them, try to have a cordial discussion but i'm sure it would evolve into a fight and i would do it behind closed doors, immunity. they don't want to do any of those things. they want this to be circus. >> maria: they want you to be in front of cameras? >> that's it. >> lauren: cleanup underway in mississippi and alabama after a total of six tornadoes were
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reported and winter storm across midwest. i thought the ground hog yesterday said there would be an early spring, what's going on? >> maria: we have cold air across the east of the nation. don't let ground hog fool you. you mentioned those blizzard conditions across places like iowa and snow coming down right now at this hour. we have blizzard warnings in effect and winds gushing 40 miles per hour producing whiteouts out there. the snow stretching across iowa and wisconsin and parts of the upper west lakes and ahead of the system we have a lot of moisture so there's heavy rain that's moving through places like new york state all the way down to the gulf coast and that's the area that we were looking at severe weather and today there's still a risk for additional severe weather anywhere from the florida panhandle up into parts of southern virginia. the threat today is not as it was yesterday for tornadoes but
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you still have the threat today and some damaging winds could be possible and the flooding would be a very real threat. not only across southern u.s. but mid atlantic. we have watches in effect. tornado threat up in southern parts of virginia. quick look at your current temperatures. very cold behind the storm system. teens in places like denver, chicago right now 36-degrees out there but that cold air will continue to push east ward at least for another day you're on the warm side like the southeast and even up to the northeast with temperatures close 50's. >> nicole: we will tell you about the new detective series. tender meets politics. a new app that helps you pick the right political candidates. let's check out u.s. stock market futures after a selloff yesterday once again. they're trying to find direction.
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the dow right now is down 1 and s&p up 1 and nasdaq is up 7. you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news. siness of tomorrow
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on the network of yesterday.
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>> lauren: let's take a look at u.s. stock market futures, s&p
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futures up a point and nasdaq futures down 7 and a half. >> nicole: wewe are waiting for the monthly job's report on friday. gold is up almost 3 bucks. >> lauren: picking the right political candidate might be as easy as using dating app. you heard that right. you can either swipe right or swipe left when answering eight yes or no questions about policies and issues, the apple then give recommendations for the 2016 presidential campaigns. voters currently only available on apple devices. >> nicole: if you ever wanted a very short television show your wish may have been just granted. check this one out. >> do you think anyone is going to know? >> we will find out in half an hour. >> nicole: this is the new instagram show. it's called shield 5.
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which will offer 28 episodes and each episode 15 seconds long, right. you can make time for that. series attempting to become a new type of television show called social cinema using instagram and each episode will be released daily on instagram. >> lauren: wow, all right. the gloves are coming off in new hampshire add presidential candidates battle for survival. remember the razor-thin margin, bernie sanders is saying not so fast. >> there were some precincts where delegates won with flip of a coin. i'm not sure, i think there were six cases, we want to take a look at that. >> we will have the latest of the campaign trail. amazon is going old school, big plans for bookstores. checking u.s. stock market futures right now searching for direction. dow is up 5 points and s&p futures 2 points and nasdaq
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down. you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪ ♪
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>> nicole: breaking news this morning, asia stocks fall. wall street lead lower. japan's nikkei average slumping another 3%. good morning, i'm nicole petallides. >> lauren: good morning, i'm lauren simonetti. shanghai down and hang seng down and a third percent and kospi down almost 3%. >> nicole: let's check out u.s. stock market futures this morning. the dow tu -- future up 6 and nasdaq pulling back 5.
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>> lauren: price did fall $30 a barrel. right now oil holding $30. it's up 1.8%. >> nicole: gloves are up in new hampshire, candidates lock horns in the battle for survivors. >> lauren: bernie sanders is saying, not so fast, he wants a closer look at those controversial coin flips. >> nicole: amazon plans to go old school, we will tell you about the ambitious plan to open bookstores. >> lauren: get ready, lady gaga will be singing tat super bowl on sunday. welcome to fbn:am, first look at morning markets, breaking news and what to expect for the day ahead. >> nicole: breaking news this morning, presidential candidates holding a series of rallies in new hampshire. winner of gop iowa caucus ted cruz lashing out at his rival marco rubio.
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>> marco made the decision, the conscious deliberate decision not only not to lead the night against amnesty but to go and stand with barack obama and chuck shummer and harry reid. donald trump received endorsement from senator scott brown. first support from current or former u.s. senator. new hampshire primary held on february 9th. >> lauren: hillary clinton highlighting differences with bernie sanders. senator sanders has a different approach, he shares my goal of universal coverage but he wants us to start all over. i think that would be a terrible mistake. to throw our country into a contentious debate over health care again. >> lauren: senator sanders says he wants to take a closer look at the iowa caucus results.
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>> we want to look at some of the numbers. last that i saw we were four delegates down, as i understand it, there were some precincts actually where delegates were won with a flip of a coin, actually. i'm not sure. i think there were six cases. we want to take a lock at that. >> lauren: hillary clinton won all of those, talk about luck. in new hampshire polls suggest that sanders ahead of clinton. >> nicole: health officials say that a patient in texas has acquired zika through sex. it is the very first case of the illness being sexually transmitted here in the united states. the patient was infected after having sexual contact with a sick person who had returned home from venezuela. zika is usually spread through mosquito bites. virus has been linked to birth defects in the americas and the world health organization has declared a global emergency in response to the growing number of cases.
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>> lauren: let's get you caught up on global market action overnight. shanghai composite down and nikkei, look at that down 3.2%. and the kospi down .8%. >> nicole: they really took our cue from wall street yesterday. off the lows of the morning, however, dax is still down one and a quarter percent. we are see the cac and the ftse roughly three quarters of 1% each. >> lauren: ahead of the job's report this friday, s&p up a quarter of a point and nasdaq down 8. still searching for direction. >> nicole: earnings, let's check out what's going on with energy and oil in particular. up 54 cents of 30.42 cents a barrel. up 1.8% and gold gaining two and a half dollars. >> lauren: yahoo ceo announced plan, as part of the plan it would cut about 15% of the
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workforce, that's about 1600 workers, yahoo also said it would close offices in five locations, the restructuring could also mean that yahoo would put internet business up for sale. myer has ended her efforts to turn the company around and is now in survival mode. yahoo shares had fallen 34% in the couple of months. >> nicole: shares tumbled nearly 7% after the company reported first decline if quarterly sales as a public company. revenue falling nearly 7% from a year ago to just under a billion dollars and chipotle's profit down more than 40% in the wake of series of illness outbreaks including e. coli, of course. the center for disease control, e. coli outbreaks appear to be over. that's the good news. chipotle has been served with a subpoena that widens federal investigation into the company's food safety.
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>> lauren: online amazon may be opening physical stores and hundreds of them. amazon opened a brick and mortar store in seattle in november and could open more of them. amazon's seattle stores stocks about 5,000 title at any one time and sells books and amazon kindle and fire devices. >> nicole: martin shkreli faces charges of running a ponzy scheme and was called the world east most hated man after he increased the price of hiv drug by 5,000%. he's scheduled to appear before congress tomorrow. we are hearing about price gouging in the pharmaceutical industry. he spoke with maria bartiromo and says hi plans to invoke the
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fifth amendment but would love to speak his mind in congress. >> i'm not a shy person. i would insult them, i would have -- i would try to have a cordial discussion but i'm sure it would evolve to a fight. i would do it behind closed doors. they don't want to do any of those things. >> nicole: he has hired one of new york's best lawyers. >> lauren: 43 billion-dollar buyout. the deal would be the largest foreign acquisition by a foreign company. star board has taken a stake at marvell technology. finally the drug industry start the race to develop a zika vaccine. world health organization has declared virus a global public health emergency.
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>> nicole: coming up wild weather across the nation and powerful storm creates a nightmare for so many travelers. we will have the latest in what you need to know and then there is this. ♪ ♪ ♪ >> nicole: that is right, get ready, lady gaga at the super bowl. this is not the half-time show, we will explain. let's check out u.s. stock market futures after a big selloff yesterday. dow futures up 2, s&p a half a point and nasdaq down 7. you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news.
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>> nicole: let's take a look at u.s. stock market futures at this moment. we have seen the move to the downside. dow futures down about 11. s&p down 1. >> lauren: checking key commodities this morning which often indicate e -- how markets are going to trade. ♪ ♪ ♪ >> nicole: how cute is that? just in time for the super bowl. heinz coming up with a clever commercial that combines cute dogs with ketchup and mustard and this is what you get, a stampede of weiner dogs to get to a family that's dressed up as
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heinz. it will air during the third quarter but has been seen by one and a half million times on youtube so i'm sure you'll catch that one during the time. >> lauren: all right, let's take a look at the latest from the world of sports. another name to entertainment roster. lady gaga will be singing the national anthem during pregame festivities. performance live on cbs between denver broncos and carolina panthers on sunday. lady gaga will be joined on stage by academy-winning actress who will perform anthem in sign language. oklahoma roll to 95-72 win over ttcu last night. kevin durant on hand. sooners shot 51% from the field and held tcu.
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19-2. three-anaheim nascar champion tony stewart is hospitalized and team says he was hurt on nonracing accident. stewart is said to be awake, alert and able to move extremities. stewart flipped a sand buggy near san diego and airlifted to the hospital. the 44-year-old announced that 2016 will be the final cup season. >> nicole: cleanup underway in mississippi and alabama after a total of six tornadoes were reported in a powerful winter storm moves across the midwest. more details we are going over to fox meteorologist maria molina who has the very latest on this. maria. >> maria: hi, good morning, we've had a lot of extreme weat we are the massive storm system on the move this morning
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bringing to iowa, wisconsin and upper great lakes and heavy rain from western new york to gulf coast. there's even concern of flooding across mid atlantic and also down into the southeast. other concern is more isolated severe weather. we are looking at tornado threat anywhere from florida panhandle up in places of north carolina and southern virginia. winds will be possible with the storm system. behind it it's a lot colder out there. take a look at the temperatures. in minneapolis you're only in the teens and also in utah and the cool air is going to continue to spread east ward bringing the temperatures a little bit down across parts of the eastern u.s. meanwhile today enjoy it because it's going to be mild out there. we are talking close to 60-degrees in new york and 70's in raleigh, north carolina. >> nicole: thank you, maria molina. >> lauren: coming up we will
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have run down of global market action before we hand it over to mornings with maria. ♪ ♪
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>> nicole: global markets retain jittery and under pressure. dax is the worst of the three down one and a quarter percent. we are waiting on a bank of england, interest rate decision tomorrow. right now u.s. stock market futures have been much of the same, dow futures down 13. s&p futures down 1 and a half. we have the adp job's report today and monthly job's report on friday and commodities have been such a key compent here. oil fell down 11% in trading days. biggest we've seen since 2009. today 38 cents, 30.28 a barrel. gold is also gaining. taking you through the next several hours maria bartiromo. >> maria: happy wednesday, everybody. good morning, i'm maria bartiromo.
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it is wednesday february 3rd. with me this fox business dagen mcdowell and kevin kelly and sky bridge founder anthony scaramucci. presidential candidates back on the campaign trail this morning. now shifting focus to new hampshire. results from iowa put presidential hopefuls shifting tones. listen. >> marco made the conscious deliberate decision not only not to lead the fight against amnesty but to go and stand with barack obama and chuck schummer and harry reid. >> senator sanders has different view on coverage, we will have to start over. i think that would be a terrible mistake. to throw our country over contentious debate over health care again. >> maria: first known case of the zika virus transmitted in
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the u.s. has been reported. virus was likely contracted through sex. not a mesk toe bite. center for disease and control confirming this is the first case in someone who had not traveled but by sexual transmission. tornadoes hit the south this morning. many alabama thousands of homes destroyed after torpids ripped through the part of the state. storm spreading to colorado through michigan causing travel head aches. dow jones expected to open down this morning. handful of earnings and economy data coming out. take a look at the damage. nikkei in japan seeing seeing the sharpest decline. down 3%. dax index in germany down and

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