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nicole: breaking news this morning. sparks fly at democratic debate. hillary clinton and bernie sanders battle for the title of just which candidate is more far left. new poll shows marco rubio rising in new hampshire. we'll have latest from campaign trail. good morning. i'm nicole petallides. lauren: i'm lauren pet pelt. jobs data is expected to show employment growth slowing. dow futures up 38 points. nasdaq futures up 11. nicole: in asia stocks move lower. japan's nikkei is down 1.3%. hang seng and kospi gain. lauren: guess what?
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crude oil prices turned around. they moved to the upside. 32.$13 a barrel. nicole: long time chairman of viacom is out. sumner redstone is out despite objections from his own daughter. lauren: earnings beat wall street expectations at linked in. we'll tell what you went wrong at career networking site. nicole: get ready for football. broncos and panthers take their final practices. lauren: weil show you some of the more bizarre ads you will see. including one called, monkey, puppy, baby. welcome to "fbn:am." latest breaking news and what to expect for your friday ahead. nicole: flying to a second place new poll in new hampshire. the poll says rubio gets 18% support in the granite state. donald trump holds the lead with 29%.
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ted cruz has 13%, followed by john kasich at 12%. the battle for second place between rubio, cruz and kasich remains with the margin of error plus or minus 6.8 percentage points. in interview with greta van susteren, new jersey governor chris christie talking about a report that he is teaming up with jeb bush to target rubio. >> complete baloney, greta. more "new york times" baloney. i guess they're getting bored. there are no back channel conversations between me and jeb bush. anything i say in this campaign is in my voice, not anybody else. nicole: baloney, i like that. mark your calendars for fox business network of special prime time coverage of new hampshire primary hosted by neil cavuto. at 7:55 p.m. eastern time on news february 9th. lauren: on democratic side hillary clinton and bernie sanders facing off in their
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first one-on-one debate. the presidential candidates clashing sharply who is more liberal. >> if we're getting into label i don't think it was particularly progressive to vote against the brady bill five times. i don't think it was progressive to give gunmakers and sellers immunity. i don't don't think it was progressive to vote against immigration reform. >> secretary clinton represents the establishment. i represent ordinary americans who are not enamored with the establishment. nicole: "des moines register" is calling for audit of eye would you democratic caucuses after clinton's razor shin victory. nicole: white house says the president will propose $10 per barrel tax on oil to pay for transportation projects. republican presidential candidate marco rubio attacked idea on campaign trail. >> who is going to pay that? you are. you're going to pay it. sure the barrel of oil is down
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to $35 now. it ain't going to be there forever but the tax will be. all to fund this pipe-dream that he has of high speed this and clean cars that and. we don't need a tax for these things. everything is about a took. they're obsessed with taxes. nicole: rubio adding he would fix the tax code instead of making it more expensive and complicated. the proposed tax would be phased in over five years. comes of course as prices at pump continue to fall. details will be announced next week as part of president obama's 2017 budget. lauren: they say that will turn into 25 cents increase per gallon. we'll see. potentially damaging items mails released about the water in flint, michigan. a group released e-mails that shows governor rick snide arrest made aware after outbreak of legionnaires' disease and possible use of flint river water last march. spokesman for snyder rejected the report.
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snyder said last month he just learned about the rise in legionnaires' cases. nicole: there is new information about explosion tore in the side after jet in somalia that took off last week. they believe a passenger who boarded the plane in wheelchair may have been a suicide bomber. it is believed the man was able to use the wheelchair to bypass strict security screening in mogadishu. the explosion ripped a hole in the fuselage but did not bring down the plane. the explosion ejected the alleged bomber from the cac bin and his body felt fell to either. lauren: this is how stocks ended the day. hang seng is up half a percent and kospi up slightly. nicole: see what it was doing in europe right now ahead of jobs day. we're seeing up arrows for the ftse and cac. both up half a percent. dax up fractionally.
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lauren: has been a tough week for stocks. s&p futures up almost five. nasdaq futures gaining 13. nicole: check out key commodities here. we're watching ol' closely. oil up 44 cents. gold is graining slightly, not even a buck at 1158 a troy ounce. lauren: let's look at the u.s. dollar trading against key currencies. peso higher against the dollar. yen is lower. nicole: treasurys are yielding 1.84%. lauren: investors looking for slower growth when the january jobs report is released later this morning. the estimate for 190,000 new jobs to have been added compared to december's 292,000. with unemployment rate holding steady at 5%. this very closely watched jobs report follows disappointing economic data recently that could give federal reserve a reason to postpone further hikes in interest rates. "mornings with maria" will have
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complete coverage with a special jobs in america report. that all starts 8:00 a.m. eastern time. nicole: linkedin had good news, bad news in the fourth quarter earnings report. investors are focusing on the bad news as you see the stock. they beat analysts estimates on income and revenue but disappointing outlook and earnings guidance sent linkedin shares down nearly 30% in after-hours trading. linkedin makes most of its money from premium services for job seekers. after hours tumble, linkedin in shares were already down 15% this year. so when that opening bell rings this morning at 9:30 watch for linkedin to sink. lauren: viacom board of directors claimed chief executive officer phillipe dumond as executive chairman replacing majority owner sumner redstone. 92-year-old chairman becomes chairman emeritus. a day after cbs, the company's majority owner was stepping down as executive chairman. nicole: former drug company ceo
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and hedge fund manager martin shkreli testified before congress yesterday. he didn't answer any questions but made the most of it on social media. the house committee on oversight and government reform held a hearing to explore escalating drug costs. skelly was called the most hated man in america when his company, turing pharmaceuticals, raised the price of an hiv drug 5000%. when asked questions by committee members skelly refused to answer. >> on the advice of counsel i invoke my fifth amendment privilege against self-incrimination. on the advice of counsel i invoke my fifth amendment privilege against self-incrimination. i intend the follow the advice of my counsel. not yours. nicole: skelly angered committee members by smirking during the hearing and posted a message on twitter insulting members of the congress and calling them imbeciles. he post ad live stream on youtube which he defended the
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high cost of drugs. >> yeah. >> does he want big fortune 500 companies to pay less money or does he want life saving drugs? at least, i mean i understand the situation. he doesn't. nicole: skelly also faces charges of running a ponzi scheme. lauren: interesting watching that unfold. here are headlines in today's edition of "the wall street journal." big oil opts for payouts over debt ratings. companies are borrowing to pay dividends putting their credit ratings at risk. great expectations? not so fast, fed. wall street increasingly skeptical about the pace of federal reserve interest rate hikes this year. high salaries haunt some job hunters. recruiters are increasingly asking about pay history early in the hiring process on that job interview. that puts high earners in a tough spot. nicole: wait for jobs today. we'll be hearing from janet yellen next week.
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finally here, football fans, denver broncos, carolina panthers hold the final practice. it is every advertisers dream weekend with ads like this one that goes old hollywood. ♪ >> this is disaster. who is the genius who put as girl in heels on a subway grate? nicole: willem dafoe gets transformed into marilyn monroe. we'll tell you how. several up weeks in a row. today dow futures are slightly her ahead of jobs report. 4points higher for dow. s&p futures up five 1/2. you're watching "fbn:am," first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪
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>> action. ♪ >> sweetheart, don't look at me like that. it will be amazing. >> stop. this is a disaster. who's the genius who put as girl in heels on subway grate. >> miss mon roy, eat a snickers. >> why? >> you get a little cranky when you're hungry. >> better? >> better. >> this will never make the cut, morons. lauren: nicole: that was snickers new super bowl commercial starring willem dafoe and marilyn monroe from the 1955 movie, seven-year itch. it is from the you're not you when you're hungry campaign. at least my kids will get to see marilyn monroe. lauren: there you go. anyone going to the super bowl weekend will expect to spend a lot of money. cost of hotel rooms are marked
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up as much as 98%. win report says that the rooms at hyatt reg sy in the financial district, going for more than 1300 buck as night. ouch. nicole: latest in the world of sports. another day of practice for denver broncos and carolina panthers as they tune-up for super bowl l. denver will hold the final full practice of the season. they will conduct a walk-through at levi's stadium. back up quarterback derek anderson for pretending to peyton manning. everyone took part in the drills including three players on injury report. cheryl casone is at super bowl, lucky duck. she will bring you live reports of all the festivities. stay tuned. johnny manziel personal problems seem to get worse as his days with the cleveland browns. his girlfriend said he hit her.
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police said they considered the case closed. he denied accusation. browns released a statement that they were troubled by cell's actions. detroit pistons blew 27-point lead but managed to the beat the new york knicks. knicks went ahead 97-95 but couldn't hold the lead. anthony tolliver's three-pointer with 1:47 repain maining put the pistons ahead. they went on to win it. sorry, nic. lauren: either wind and fire founder maurice white has died. ♪ musician and producer passed away at his los angeles home yesterday after a long battle with parkinson's disease. his band, earth wind won six grammys.
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they were inducted in the rock and roll hall of fame in 2000. it comes a few days the band would get a lifetime achievement award at grammys. maurice white was 74 years old. nicole: jobs data is somewhat mixed. shanghai is up half a percent. lauren: this is how stocks are gaining in the early going in europe. the ftse higher by 21 points. cac is higher also by 21 points. the dacs is getting 11. nicole: looks like we'll have a first down week in four. dow futures up 35. up a quarter of a percent. s&p futures up four. nasdaq up 11. we have the morning jobs report. lauren: if it's a good one we can turn these arrows around. show you some key commodities this morning. oil $32.10 a barrel. gold is $1157 an ounce. nicole: coming up hillary clinton, bernie sanders battle
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it out to see who is more liberal. >> i am very proud to be the only candidate up here who does not have a super-pac. who is not raising huge sums of money from wall street or special interests. [cheers and applause] nicole: we'll have all the highlights on campaign trail including a new poll showing marco rubio on the rise. shares of linkedin getting crushed ahead of opening bell this morning. we'll tell you what went wrong at the job networking site. it could be a messy morning commute here in the northeast. we'll have the friday forecast for you. you're watching "fbn:am," the morning markets, breaking news. all the rain drops hitting our screen. lauren: do you have your umbrella? nicole: on seventh avenue, second avenue. ♪
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lauren: breaking news this morning, sparks fly at the democratic debate last night. hillary clinton and bernie sanders battle for the title for which candidate is more far left. a new poll shows marco rubio rising in new hampshire. we'll have the latest from the campaign trail. good morning. happy friday. i'm lauren simonetti. nicole: morning, lauren. morning, everybody. i'm nicole petallides. investors on hold for critical january u.s. jobs data. expected to show employment growth slowing. checking stock market futures in the wait and see mode, dow futures up 52 and zap up six. lauren: in asia stocks moved to the downside. japan's knee cake down 1.3% and shanghai down about 1%. nicole: crude oil prices have been, we're looking at 32.18. lauren: long time chairman of viacom is out. sumner redstone will be
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succeeded by his trusted advisor, despite objections of his own daughter. we'll have the story for you. nicole: shares of linkedin are getting crushed despite beating wall street expectations. we'll tell you what went wrong at career networking site. lauren: get ready for football. big gameday nearly here as broncos and panthers take their final practices. >> we will show you some of the more bizarre ads that you will see this weekend. including one called, pup any, monkey, baby. write it down. welcome to "fbn:am," first look at what is moving in today's markets, latest breaking news. what is expected in the day ahead. lauren: which have breaking news. florida senator marco rubio climbing to second place in a new poll in new hampshire. cnn, wmur poll says rubio gets 18% support in the granite state. donald trump olding the lead with 29%. ted cruz, 13%. john kasich at 12%.
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the margin of rare record is plus or minus 6.8 percentage points n an interview with greta van susteren, new jersey governor chris christie talking about a report that he is teaming up with jeb bush to target marco rubio. >> complete baloney greta. more "new york times" baloney. i guess they're getting bored with the race with five days to go until new hampshire but there are no back channel conversations between me an jeb bush. anything i have to sigh in this campaign is in my voice, not in anybody else's. lauren: make sure to mark your calendars for fox business special network prime time coverage of the new hampshire primary, hosted by neil cavuto. 7:55 eastern. tuesday february 9th is the debate. don't miss it. nicole: presidential candidates were clashing sharply over who is more liberal. >> if we're getting into labels i don't think it was particularly progressive to vote against the brady bill five
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times. i don't think it was progressive to vote to give gunmakers and sellers immunity. i don't think it was progressive to vote against ted kennedy's immigration reform. >> secretary clinton does represent the establishment. i represent i hope ordinary americans, by the way who are not all that enamored with the establishment. nicole: meanwhile "the des moines register" is calling for an audit of the iowa democratic caucuses after clinton's razor thin victory. lauren: the white house says president obama will propose a $10 per barrel tax on crude oil to help pay for clean transportation projects. it was not a topic of discussion during last night's democratic debate but republican presidential candidate marco rubio attacking the idea on the campaign trail. >> who is growing to pay that? you are. you're going to pay it. sure the barrel of oil is down to $35 now. it ain't going to be there forever but the tax will be.
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all to fund this pipe-dream that he has of high speed this and clean cars this. we don't need a tax for these things. everything is about a tax. they're obsessed with taxes. lauren: rubio says he would fix the tax code instead of making it more expensive and more complicated. now details of the president's plan will be announced next week as part of 2017 budget. nicole: in south koreas can lating propoganda war across the border. the north has been sending balloons loaded with leaflets into the south. officials in the south say some of the balloons contain cigarette butts as north korea claims to plans to launch a satellite. u.s. and allies believe it is cover for ballistic missile test. the north conducted its fourth nuclear teslas month. lauren: markets in asia finishing mixed today. let's get a closer look at asian markets with business reporter tracy yu live in beijing. she is reporter for chinese
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state television. good friday morning, tracy. >> good morning, ladies. today marks the last trading day before the chinese holiday new year starts. it will be closed until february 15th. shanghai reversed earlier gains to finish down .6 of 1%. brokerages suffered biggest losses in over a month. hang seng managed to eke out gains gaining half a percent but that market will also be closed three days next week for chinese new year celebration. moving to tokyo japanese shares can't seem to catch a break. nikkei down 1.3%. exporters badly sold off despite gains on wall street. due to yen's continue with us strength against the u.s. dollar. in south korea kospi finished pretty much flat as u.s. waits nervously for data this afternoon. lauren: tracy, thanks so much.
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nicole: caught up on the rest of the global market action we're checking out europe ahead of our big jobs report. somewhat mixed, just up about half a percent for the cac and ftse. the dax has a gain of .1 of 1%. lauren: here in the u.s. stock market futures looking like this ahead of opening bell. s&p futures up four 1/2. nasdaq futures up 12 1/2 but the dow is down 50 points this week. so a good jobs report, nice reaction in stocks later this morning could make us positive for the week. nicole: we'll see if we have a win here. check out commodities. as oil stays higher that helps things along. we'll watch the dollar. 32.09, up seven cents. gold gains about a buck. tracy, you mentioned yen. best week for the u.s. dollar. that is something traders are watching. lauren: if you're heading off to work this morning you might want to leave a little earlier. winter storm is underway across the east coast. could make for one messy commute.
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for latest we go to fox meteorologist maria molina. good friday morning. >> good friday morning. what a way to end the week as many people head to work. messy roads in places likes new jersey and delaware, extending into parts new england. a lot of snow coming down out there. borderline for some cities. boston, new york city and philadelphia we have temperatures at the surface above freezing that means as the snow comes down it will be melting before reaching the ground. so that is welcome news. we hope most of the precipitation stays in form of rainfall instead of snow so we don't deal with dangerous road conditions. looks like eventually we could see a transition across these cities if temperatures begin to dip down. it will be very close call for many big i-95 cities. i do think in the suburbs and higher elevations where it stays cooler you are going to be seeing snow coming down. you could see as much as three to five inches and locally higher amounts. winter weather advisories in effect. winter storm warnings across
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parts of new england and advisories stretching farther south towards the mid-atlantic coast. let's head over to you. lauren: maria molina, thank you very much. nicole: coming up, broken screen on iphone, if you don't have one, you know somebody who does. at long last, apple may have a solution. it counts your steps, by the way. monitors your heart beat and tracks how well you sleep at night. did you know the fitbit data could be used against you in court of law. we have screen story. fitbit story. stay tuned to "fbn:am." dow futures up 42. you're watching "fbn:am," first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪
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lauren: welcome back, everybody. let's take a look at u.s. stock futures. s&p futures up by four. nasdaq futures gaining 10. nicole: let's check out what is going on with commodities. oil in particular up 27 cents, 31.99 a barrel. gold gains a buck 30. lauren: did you ever think your fitness tracker could be used against you? in florida a woman staying at her boss's home called 911 to report sexual assault by unknown intruder. the woman claimed she was sleeping. however when police checked her
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fitness tracker there were is thousand steps before she actually called. so she couldn't have been sleeping. charged with a false report and tampering with evidence. n in eight devices tested including the peak and fitbit charge failed basic security checks giving hackers user information and even allowing data to be manipulated. got to be careful of technology. nicole: i don't have one of those. if your iphone has a broken screen you may not have your chance to trade it in. starting this week apple stores are reportedly going to adopt two new ways of dealing with cracked screens. one solution, would allow them to become eligible for the installation of purchase screen protectors. other offers iphone with a broken screen to be used in the reuse and recycle trade inn program. potential price offers are at $50 for a 5 s, $200 for iphone 6. 250 for a 6 plus. so you have options. lauren: they want you to trade
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it in so you upgrade to a new phone, maybe even iphone 7. coming up hillary clinton and bernie sanders battle it out to see who's more liberal. >> i really don't think these kinds of attacks by insinuation are worthy of you. enough is enough. lauren: we'll have the highlights from the campaign trail and new poll showing marco rubio right there on the rise. shares of linkedin getting crushed ahead of opening bell. we'll tell you what went wrong at the networking site. futures ahead of opening bell. dow futures up 32 points. s&p futures up 3. you're watching "fbn:am," first look at morning markets and breaking news. maybe it can be a winning week after all. ♪
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nicole: breaking news this morning, sparks fly at the democratic debate. hillary clinton and bernie sanders do battle for the title for which candidate is more far left. new poll shows marco rubio rising in new hampshire. we'll have latest on campaign trail. good morning i'm nicole petallides. lauren: good morning we made it friday. i'm lauren simonetti. investors on hold for critical january jobs report expected to show employment growth is slowing down. dow futures up 30. nasdaq futures up 8 1/2. nicole: in asia stocks moved lower. we saw nikkei down 1.3%. shanghai down more than half a percent. hang seng and kospi gained. lauren: oil prices all over the place to the upside. 31.90-barrel. nicole: long time chairman of viacom is out. sumner redstone will be succeeded by his trusted visor spite the objections of his own daughter. we'll have the story. lauren: shares of linkedin
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getting crushed despite beating wall street earnings expectations. we'll tell you what went wrong at the career networking site. nicole: good ready for football. gameday is nearly here. broncos and panthers take the final practice is. lauren: we'll show you some of the more bizarre ads that you will see. including one called puppy, monkey, babe built we'll explain that. welcome to "fbn:am," latest in markets and breaking news and what to expect in the day ahead. nicole: starts with florida senator marco rubio climbing to second place in the new hampshire poll. cnn/wmur poll says rubio gets 18 percent support in the granite state. donald trump holds the lead at 20 nye%. john kasich at 12%, very close battle for the second place between rubio, cruz and kasich. they remain with margin of error puts it plus or minus 6.8 percentage points. very close. in interview with greta van susteren new jersey governor chris christie talking about a
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report that he is teaming up with jeb bush to target rubio? >> complete baloney, greta. more "new york times" baloney. i guess they're getting bored with the race with five days to go till new hampshire but there are no back channel conversations between me and jeb bush. anything i have to say in this campaign is in my voice, not in nickles's. nicole: straight associate -- shooter as usual. special prime time coverage of new hampshire hosted by neil cauto. 7:55 p.m. eastern time tuesday february 9th. lauren: on democratic side hillary clinton and bernie sanders facing off in their first one-on-one debate. the democratic presidential candidates clashing sharply over who who is more liberal. >> if we're getting into labels i don't think it was particularly progressive to vote against the brady bill five times. i don't think it was progressive to vote to give gun makers and sellers immunity.
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i don't think it was progressive to vote against ted kennedy's immigration reform. >> secretary clinton does represent the establishment. i represent, i hope, ordinary americans and by the way, who are not all that enamored with the establishment. lauren: meanwhile "the des moines register" is calling for an audit of the iowa democratic caucuses after clinton's razor thin victory there. nicole: the white house says president obama will propose a $10 per barrel tax on crude oil to pay for clean transportation projects. was not topic during the democratic presidential debate. republican marco rubio attacked idea on campaign trail. >> who will pay it? you are. you will pay it. sure a barrel of oil is down to $35, it won't be there forever but the tax will be to fund this pipe-dream he has of high speed this and clean cars that. we don't need a tax for these things. everything is about a tax. they're obsessed with taxes. nicole: rubio adding he would
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fix the tax code unstead of making it more expensive an complicated. details will be announced next week as part of president's obama 2017 budget plan. lauren: let's do a market check getting you caught up on global market action overnight. in asia we have two up, two down. hang seng and kospi each higher. shanghai down and nikkei down 1.3% today. nicole: europe slightly higher this morning. let's take a look. ftse up half a percent. dax up half a percent. dax best of the bunch up 3/4 of 1%. lauren: looks like future want to rally up opening bell. nasdaq futures higher by nine. nicole: been a good week for materials, industrials, materials, we'll watch some of those. here is look at commodities right now. 31.90 for oil. gold at 1159 a troy ounce. lauren: linkedin had good nice and bad news in it is fourth quarter earnings report and investors focus on the bad.
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linkedin beat analyst estimates on income and revenue but disappointing outlook an earnings guidance sending linkedin shares down almost 30% last night. linked in makes most of the money from premium services for job seekers. before the earnings report and after-hours tumble, linkedin shares were already down 15% this year. add after-hours tumble to that and it is looking ugly. nicole: we're watching shares of mattel and hasbro this morning. two u.s. toymakers reportedly held talks about a possible merger. mattel rallying more than 8% during yesterday's trading before closing up about 1 1/2%. hasbro also rising just over 1%. sources say hasbro approached mattel about potential transaction late last year. and the companies have held talks about a deal since then. mattel makes barbie dolls and hot wheel dolls. keep an eye on both these toymakers.
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lauren: former drug company ceo and hedge fund manager martin shkreli testified before congress yesterday. he didn't answer any questions. he did make most of the hearing on social media. house committee on oversight and government reform held a hearing to explore escalating drug prices. shkreli was called the most hated man in america when his company turing pharmaceuticals raised the price of an hiv drug by 5000%. when asked questions by committee members mr. shkreli refissed to answer. >> on the advice of counsel i invoke my fifth amendment privilege against self-incrimination. on the advice of counsel i invoke my fifth amendment privilege against self-incrimination. i intend to follow the advice of my counsel, not yours. lauren: mr. shkreli angered committee members by smirking during the hearing and even posting a message on twitter insulting members of congress, calling them imbeciles. you're looking at tweet right there. of the after the hearing ended mr. shkreli post ad live stream with his friends on youtube.
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in that video he defended the high cost of drugs. >> yeah. >> does he want big fortune 500 companies to pay less money or does he want life saving drugs? at leave i understand the situation. he doesn't. lauren: mr. shkreli also faces charges of running a ponzi scheme. nicole: welcoming up, it is finally here, football fans. denver broncos, carolina panthers hold the final practice session before the big game. of course it is advertisers dream weekend of course. we'll watch that we'll show you one of the more bizarre ads that will be featured during the game. >> puppy monkey baby. puppy, monkey, baby. nicole: puppy, monkey, baby. you have to see it i guess. all right. check out u.s. stocks index futures. a little catchy. dow futures up 40. s&p futures up 4 1/2. all up arrows, we have oil
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higher this morning as well. watching "fbn:am," first look at morning markets, breaking news ahead of the jobs report. ♪
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>> man, i might just chill tonight. >> puppy monkey baby. puppy monkey baby. puppy monkey baby. puppy monkey baby. puppy, monkey, baby. pippy monkey baby. puppy monkey baby. ♪ puppy monkey baby. nicole: is it just my.
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that is pretty catchy. nicole is dancing. adds featuring puppies monkeys babies often work at super bowl. mountain dew decided to put them all together. this promotes. kick-start which promotes juice and caffeine. three great things just like a puppy, monkey, baby. this is mountain dew's first super bowl ad since the year 2000. we know the ads cost five million for 30 seconds of airtime. nicole: we have to transition to major news. major volcano eruption in southern japan. look at video. the eruption at dusk sent orange bursts into the sky and lava down a slope. it is only third miles from a nuclear plant. these are recent pictures. that obviously erupting volcano toe now. lauren: wow. look at latest from world of sports. another day of practice for the
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denver broncos and caroline panthers as they tune-up for sunday's super bowl l. denver holds final full practice of the season and will conduct a walk-through at levi's stadium tomorrow morning. backup quarterback derek anderson is pretending to be peyton manning. everyone took part in the drills. cheryl casone is live at super bowl. she will give you live reports on festivities all day. john my mans schedule's days with the cleveland browns are numbered manzell was not charged by please. earlier this week they released a statement they were troubled by manzell's actions and indicated they will release him in march. in college basketball, vanderbilt upset number 7 texas am.
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it lofted 13 games previously against ranked opponents including six this weekend. nicole: if you're heading to work this morning you might want to leave earlier. winter storm on the east coast make as messy commute. latest on storm, we go to fox meteorologist maria molina. good morning maria. >> good morning it is a little messier long the mid-atlantic coast and parts of new england. because of a coastal low pressure system hovering out here producing areas of rain and even some snow. we are seeing changeover from rain to snow across big cities right now along i-95 corridor. it will start to get messy as the snow continues to stick on the ground and potentially accumulate as much as two to four inches. locally even higher amounts across the region. we're expecting to see heavier totals where we have winter storm warnings in effect. parts of long island, eastern connecticut and rhode island and many areas, you could see
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potentially more than six inches accumulates on the ground. the reason why we've been somewhat of a rain snow mixture, temperatures at the ground have been above freezing. that is changing over that snowfall over to rain. so that of course keeps the snow totals down but it looks like that changeover will be happening out here. we'll be looking at slippery roadways across the region. by mid-afternoon most of the area starts to clear out and storm quickly starts to depart as well out of northeastern region. head over to you. nicole: maria molina, thank you very much. we'll be back with "fbn:am."
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nicole: looking like we might have a down week after four. dow futures are up 35. we could squeeze out gains hoare today we might have up week. we're waiting on jobs report. nasdaq up 10. crude oil holding on at 31.94. gold is up a buck 70. we have jobs day, super bowl coming up. lots of news to digest. "mornings with maria" begin right now. we say good morning to sandra smith. >> nicole, morning to you.
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happy friday, everybody. maria bartiromo has the morning off. i'm sandra smith. it is friday february 5th. with me monster worldwide's joanie courtney, mike murphy and baron's online editor jack otter is here. first the top stories this hour. sparks flying at last night's democratic debate. hillary clinton and bernie sanders clashing over who is the more progress sieve candidate. >> if we're getting into labels i don't think it was particularly progressive to vote against the brady bill five times. i don't think it was progress i have to vote to give gun-makers and sellers immunity. i don't think it was progressive to vote against ted kennedy's i am my graduation reform. >> senator clinton represents the establishment. i represent ordinary americans who by the way are not all that enamored with the establishment. >> controversial to inoses in iowa, everybody is talking about.
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they came up as part of the debate last night. after "the des moines register" called for a full audit of monday's caucus results. on republican side, former president george w. bush finally appearing in a campaign ad for his brother jeb, calling him a leader who will keep our country safe. more on that plus the latest polls ahead of the new hampshire primary. that is all coming up in just a minute. first a big day on tap for the markets and economy. wall street. the january jobs report is out at 8:30 a.m. eastern time this morning with the expectation right now is for 190,000 jobs added during the month. that key headline unemployment rate is expected to hold steady again at 5%. checking in on the futures, it has been a wild ride in the markets indicating a possible higher open on wall street a few hours from now. heading into today's session the major averages are on track for a weekly drop. oil has been a key driveof

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