maria: breaking news of the voting is underway in the nation's first primary, candidates making a last-minute push for a crucial undecided voters in new hampshire. 9 nicole petallides. >> i am lauren simonetti. the global stock market sell-off hitting asia. nicole: wild day of trading when the dow sank 600 points, it did recover some, and finishing with a loss of 177 points, checking
out stock market futures right now we see right now the dow futures are down 55, s&p futures down 7. >> the rush out of stocks and into bonds pushing down the ten year yield, well below 2% at 1.74%. nicole: oil prices sinking 4%, not helping stock prices and looking at oil, down once again $0.70, sitting above the $30 a barrel mark, there it is, 3026, the stock to what could be disney. espn and scored in problems ramp down disney profits, we will tell you what to expect. >> the broncos return to denver to celebrate and the new york knicks fire a coach, all the details coming the, welcome to fd and pam -- "fbn a.m.". police in germany's a train
collision has killed 7 people and injured 100. a police spokesman says two trains collided head on, 40 miles south of munich. rescue teams were trying to free people still trapped in the wreckage. we will keep you up-to-date as this breaking story develops. nicole: bernie sanders with accountant midnight won all four democratic votes, among republicans john kasich got a real vote, donald trump had two. most polls in the granite state open at 6:00 a.m. this morning. meanwhile in an interview with neil cavuto john kasich sharing his thoughts on recent attacks from the bush campaign. >> they spent some much money i don't even know, 40, $50 million and the biggest chunk of it is negative. i am disappointed they decided to take the low road to the highest office in milan but i am not going down the rabbit hole.
we have been positive through this and we will continue to be positive telling people we can fix america. nicole: jeb bush got slammed with light. >> joy but was mentioning eminent domain, i use eminent domain and we found out this morning they used that for one of his parents's projects in texas, they used eminent domain, private eminent domain. very embarrassed right now. i heard he is a nervous wreck. nicole: bush sitting down with sean hannity talking about his presidential campaign. >> everyone seems to bank there will be that one governor, you, chris christie, marco rubio, do you buy that argument? >> you got to do it and it will sort out organically rather than how -- i have seen obituaries written about myself after town
hall meetings but i am still alive. nicole: look at fox business for a special coverage of the new hampshire primary hosted by neil cavuto tonight starting at 7:55 p.m. eastern time. lauren: hillary clinton accusing bernie sanders of accepting $2 billion in in direct donations from wall street. sanders calls the campaign absu sayg in stamentt is dturbg th as e clinn caaigntruges through iowa and new hampshire they have become increasingly negative and dishonest. in her final rally before the primary former secretary of state slamming of vermont senator over health care. >> my opponent who shares my goal of universal healthcare coverage wants to start all over again. we cannot put our country through another contentious national debate on health care. nicole: clinton has poteto
lauren: mayor michael bloomberg has confirmed for the first time publicly that he is considering running for president in 2016. when asked on financial times newspaper accused considering running the billionaire media inert says he is looking at all the options. the republican national committee chairman told greta van susteren last night that he doesn't see how michael blumberg could have a clear path way to get 270 electorial votes. and also said he doesn't meet think bloomberg would hurt the republican party. >> i don't see how all putting a moderate sort of liberal gun control type guy who wants to regulate slipperys and diet cokes will somehow hurt the republican party. in seems more like something bernie sanders would be talking about. nicole: he would spend one billion dollars of his own money if he sees an opportunity for a third party victory.
lauren: is getting more exciting, stocks plunging yesterday for a second day on wall street, the dow industrials tumbling more than 400 points to close down 178. bill gross' telling liz claman on "countdown to the closing bell" he thinks the federal reserve may have to change its course on interest rates. >> the fed for instance in charge of the treasury market basically had to stay where it is or lower interest rates or new quantitative leasing program at some point but treasury ten year yield, 1.7% and long-term bond, basically relatively safe from the standpoint of principal and market prices will. nicole: the president of cult bound capital management and fox news contributor, you heard that sound bite, what the you think of what the fed will have to do this year? >> i don't disagree with bill
gross, and some tidbits of what happened over the last few days, greece is back to front and center of the 25 year low for their markets, bond yields are spiking higher, you see what is happening with japan now, a huge drop in their market after going negative interest rate and economies are heading south and as they stay with the fed wants it comes in they are going to have to recognize that if they raise rates more in is only going to hurt things going forward. they missed their chance a couple years ago and they are in the soup. nicole: when i talked to traders on wall street bears no catalyst, we am mentioning what we are still abroad in greece and all the european banks are front and center and highlighted known as that point, here at home with the we have rate hikes and goldman sachs may still think these rate hikes are happening this year so you are saying you don't know.
>> my i guess was they are stopping here. we started to hear out of some head heads that they are doing nothing in march which takes you into april and may but for me the bigger story is the banks around the globe are getting hit. remember what really started to hurt things in 2007-2008 is when the banks started getting killed. that tells you this contagion coming don, not just talking the technology and the rest, that is the thing that i think will hurt markets. leave no doubt we remain a bear market notwithstanding any rally have and getting everything at this point unfortunately. nicole: thank you so much. let's get you caught up on global markets we have seen overnight, we're talking so much about japan in particular and look what happened with the nikkei, that has been hit hard, we have chinese stocks close to the new year. lauren: you have the ftse right now, the u.k. market is it up
but you have declines for both the cac and the dax down by about 1/2% on the cac and 1/3% on the dax. nicole: it has been a roller coaster on wall street 2016, that is what we've seen and we see it yesterday dropping 400 points and recovered half of that, dow futures 38 to the downside the madison be down 4, nasdaq down 4. the price of oil is up $0.68, or 2.2%, but look at gold, yesterday it broke 1200 for the first time since june at 1190, decline of $8. lauren: we are seeing the japanese yen again here and that has been a story front and center. nicole: gold, the yen, safe-haven trade, the yield on the ten year treasury at 1.74%.
nicole: after the company fell victim to a broader sell-off in the technology sector overall, yields reported quarterly reports hours ahead of schedule after they were inadvertently released due to a news wire era, just beat the street estimate. yelp also saying its chief financial officer will leave the company. yield operates a website that allows consumers to give reviews and recommendations and some of them are not so positive. lauren: walt disney numbers are expected to be stronger from a year ago boosted by sales of star wars related toys but the top concern among investors is long-term health, espn, their biggest single business, disney said in august earnings growth was slower than it previously predicted raising concerns about the possibility of that impacting consumers and how they cut the cord, shares of drop 25% since november. nicole: via, out with earnings
and expected to announce a new deal with snap chat. the wall street journal says viacom [talking over each other] that have signed a multi-year agreement allowing the media company to sell advertising on snap chat, have a deal could benefit both companies. snap chat hopes to attract more big appetizers and viacom looking for new ways to profit in the digital economy, shares are down 37% in the past year. lauren: here's a look at london wall street journal, telecom firms could surplus properties of for sale, land mines witching centers and warehouses on the block as telecom owners' focus on wireless services, university of phoenix perv apollo education to be taken private, private equity for impala global management agreed to buy the company for $1 billion and tech firms pushed toward a future without passwords. avalanche of the bed focusing on technology that turns those into digital he's. stuart: coming up the superbowl
broncos return to denver but without their quarterback, peyton manning and the new york knicks fire coach eric fisher. >> derek was prepared. i think he did his business he reasoned, he was a dedicated worker so the onus is on the players. nicole: what did beyonce get when sheik used caribbean be. stock futures, down 28 futures, nasdaq boosted a little bit, down one. you are watching "fbn a.m.," your first look at morning markets and breaking news.
nicole: let's get you caught on global action, most markets the still close but this is what japan did, the nikkei down 5 points, a crumbling, the worst in four years. lauren: let's look at europe in particular, german industrial output dropping again second month in a row, it was negative when everyone thought it would be positive, not a good sign and the dax down 1/2% of attack down 3/4%, the put the game 0.1%. futures also applies, dow futures down 59 points, nasdaq futures down 11, yesterday brutal day, dow down 400. nicole: gold pulling down $7.5 but has multi meant -- surged recently been giving a little bit back. watching oil so carefully $0.77 to the upside, pretty dollars and $0.46 a barrel. lauren: the super bowl halftime show, as you expect luxury home,
spectacular and should be for $10,000 a night according to t m z. the $50 million state since on 12 acres at 5 bedrooms, eight bathrooms along with a rooftop and vegetable garden and orchard and live chickens. i wonder she spent time with me them. nicole: the world of sports, sue bridge champion broncos returned to denver 24 hours after beating the carolina panthers 24-10, peyton manning was there. carried the super bowl trophy as they got off the plane, celebrations set to continue with parade downtown denver and the countdown begins for superbowl li next february. derek fischer's out as coach of the new york knicks, a season and have after but he was hired by the election, fisher was fired after the knicks lost five
street, nine of 10 to fall well back in eastern conference playoff, promoted to interim head coach, and they are 29-31, fischer's record was 40-96, was hired weeks after his career ended. lebron james lead the cleveland cavaliers to a 120-100 win over the sacramento kings last night, he scored 21 points to go along with ten rebounds, first triple double of the season and a 40th of his career. she to the break and sat out the final period. coming up the voting gets underway in new hampshire as candidates make that last minute pitch to undecided voters, donald trump lashing out at rival jeb bush. >> very embarrassed right now, i have heard he is like a nervous wreck. lauren: the stock to watch is
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comcast business. built for business. nicole: luann underway in the nation's first primary, candidates making a last-minute push for crucial undecided voters in new hampshire's. 9 lauren simonetti. nicole: i am nicole petallides, global stock-market sell-off of its asia. stocks in japan in particular
pledge 5.4% investors moving to safety, the yield and japanese government on negative territory for the first time ever. lauren: the dow's thank 400 points, 177, checking u.s. stock market futures, dow futures down 40 points. they have been all over the place. nicole: bond prices higher pushing the yield, they have been below 2% and it went even lower, at 1.7% on a ten year bond. lauren: oil prices syncing 4%, we're seeing a bill in the price of crude $40.49 a barrel, up 2.7%. nicole: will disney's profits go down? lauren: the broncos return to denver and the new york knicks
hired their coach, we have their details coming up. welcome to "fbn a.m.," the latest breaking news, what to expect for the day ahead. nicole: bernie sanders, john kasich point the most votes in new hampshire as the first ballots were cast and midnight, sanders difficult to 4 democratic votes. among republicans john kasich that three votes, donald trump had two. most polls in the granite state open at 6:00 a.m. this morning, donald trump was on sean hannity last night slamming his rival jeb bush. >> jeb was mentioning eminent domain that i used eminent domain and we found out this morning, up one of his parents projects in texas, use eminent domain, private eminent domain, and embarrassed right now. nicole: talking about his presidential campaign with sean hennessey.
>> everyone thinks there will be that one governor, you, chris christie, john kasich or marco rubio that flows through, do you buy that argument? >> i got to think you got to earn it. it will sort out organically. have been written off. i have seen obituaries about myself after a town hall meeting but i am still alive. nicole xp with special coverage hosted by neil cavuto at 7:55 p.m. eastern time. on the democratic side, hillary clinton accusing bernie sanders of accepting 2 did thousand dollars in direct donations, calls the claim absurd. as the clinton campaign struggles through iowa, they have been increasingly negative, in the final rally before the primary, the former secretary of state slamming of vermont
senator over health-care. >> wants to start all over again. we cannot put our country through another contentious national debate on health care. nicole: clinton is pointing to help care as a dividing line against bernie sanders. let's get a market check caught up in global market action to get a sense of what we expect in the state. 5.4%, weiner business there. lauren: the nikkei and looking at global equities, in europe today we have an up arrow fur 15 points to the upside. we are down 15 points. nicole: negative it features volatility no doubt, 24 points to the downside for the doubt, as in the down 3, nasdaq down 3. lauren: oil is up $0.82, gold is down $7 to $11.90 after breaking through 1200 for the first time
since june. nicole: the ten year bond 1.74%. blinding snow and ice across the country as winter storms from the midwest to the mid-atlantic to main, putting it show on new hampshire turned out. maria molina has been tracking this. maria: it will be a cool day across new hampshire. and that is continuing in current wind chill temperatures, in northern new england as cold as below the euro and single digits, bundle up as you head outdoors, the rest of the region as we head further west across the midwest where we currently have wind chill temperatures below zero or in the single digits as well. it has been unsettled across the eastern u.s. we at one storm system yesterday bring some accumulating snow fall across parts of eastern new england and now we have more unsettled
weather in the central appalachians, and one wave of disturbance across the mid-atlantic and could be bringing in accumulating snow fall as well, could be winter weather advisories in effect. look in new hampshire, pretty quiet out there. some snow throughout the day but it will be on and off snow showers and a couple inches of accumulation. i don't think you will be too bad in new hampshire weatherwise. nicole: you may never go in the water again. still get chills watching this. last year was a record for shark attacks. we will tell you where the bite was. you may -- we will tell you about the first death by a meteorite in over 200 years. checking u.s. stock-index
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nicole: let's look at u.s. stock futures, we are down 400 points, down 177, volatility, this you're worried that european banks, dow features down eight, isn't the futures down one, nasdaq off one, we have seen improvement last 15 minutes. lauren: maybe some of that has to do with oil prices are up $0.80 at $30.49, gold down $8 and $11.89, gold has been getting a lot of momentum the last couple days. nicole: an unidentified object struck a college campus in india killing one man and injuring 3 theaters. is not clear if the object is the media right but if it is this would be the first time in recorded history that a person was killed by one. the impact left but four deep crater and smashed windows and windshields of vehicles nearby, students were sent home and
classes were suspended until tomorrow. lauren: you might second-best that beach getaway after the story, last year saw a record-setting 98 unprovoked shark attacks. the u.s. had 59 of them, the highest number in the world, 30 in florida alone. experts believe the number of attacks will continue to grow as the human population increases and shark populations recover. nicole: the voting is underway in new hampshire as candidates make their last-minute pitch to key undecided voters. donald trump in full attack mode latching out at his rival jeb bush. >> he is very embarrassed right now. she is like a nervous wreck. nicole: the stock to watch could be disney. the accord cutting problems dragged down disney profits, we will tell you what to expect, check out stock market futures, we have seen improvement, dow
nicole: voting and the way in the nation's first primary candidates making a last-minute push for the crucial undecided voters in new hampshire. good morning, i am nicole petallides. lauren: the global stock market, stocks in japan plummeting as investors flee risky stocks and move into the safety of bonds. the yield on japanese government bond into negative territory for the first time ever. nicole: the dow sank 400 points but it did recover some, it was
177 yesterday, today we see a mixed bag, got features down 9, the s&p down one company indeed, bond prices going higher pushing down the ten year yields well below 2%. oil prices sinking 4% yesterday, that didn't help stocks, right now we are seeing and what arrow. of of 2.7%. nicole: the stock to what could be disney. lauren: will the court getting problems dragged down disney profits, we will tell you what to expect. nicole: super bowl champion broncos return to denver to celebrate and the new york knicks fire their coach. all the details coming. welcome to "fbn a.m.". the latest breaking news and what to expect for the day ahead. lauren: police in germany say a train collision killed eight dean lind injured 150. 50 of them seriously. police spokesman says two trains
collided head on 40 miles south of munich a rescue teams were trying to free people still trapped in that wreckage. nicole: barry sanders and john kasich pick of the most votes at the first ballot in new hampshire were cast at midnight, said is difficult four democratic votes in the small town of dicksville with nine voters, john kasich got three votes, donald trump two, most polls in the granite state open at 6:00 a.m. this morning. meanwhile in an interview with neil cavuto john kasich sharing his thoughts about the bush campaign. >> they spent so much money i don't even know, 40, $50 million and the biggest chunk of it is negative. i am disappointed they decided to take the low road to the highest office in the land but i am not going down the rabbit hole. we have been positive through this and we will continue to be positive telling people we can fix america.
nicole: jeb bush got slammed by trump on haiti last night. >> jet was mentioning eminem domain that i use eminent domain and we found out this morning the used that for one of his parents's projects in texas. so he is embarrassed now. i heard he is a nervous wreck. >> sitting down with sean hannity talking about his presidential campaign. >> everyone seems to think there will be that one governor, you, chris christie, marco rubio, the pools through the establishment, the buy that argument? >> you have to earn it and it will sort out organically. i have been written off, i've seen obituaries written about myself, i am still alive. >> stay with fox business, special coverage of the new hampshire primary hosted by neil
cavuto, it starts tonight. on the democratic side hillary clinton accusing bernie sanders in in direct donations from wall street, the sanders campaign calls the claim absurd and says, quote, is disturbing that the clinton campaign struggles through iowa and new hampshire they have become increasingly negative and dishonest. in the final rally before the primary the secretary of state slamming the vermont senator over health care. >> my opponent who shares my goal of universal healthcare coverage wants to start all over again. we cannot put our country through another contentious national debate on health care. >> clinton has been pointing to health care as a dividing line between her and sanders. >> investors sought out the safe haven there when they were looking for, bold and bond yields, dow industrials tumbled 400% and losses down 178.
and telling liz claman on "countdown to the closing bell" he thinks federal reserve may have to change its course on interest rates. >> the fed for instance in charge of the treasury market basically has to stay where it is or lower interest rates or new quantitative easing, the treasury ten year yields at 1.7% long-term bond, relatively safe from the standpoint of principle and the standpoint of market price as well. >> fox news contributor joins us to make light of it, we just heard from bill grows from countdown yesterday, he said the fed may cut rates, we know he raised once or to quantitative easing, meanwhile goldman sachs says they are on track and will raise a few times this year, which is and what should they do? >> interesting question. let's go to the last statement
about raising, i don't think the fed will raise any time soon. i think they're taking a close look at what the economy is doing, and what the stock market is doing. i don't think they will do that either. i guess i want it both ways, they don't want to appear they are trying to prop up the market. i am putting myself in janet yellen's head. she is probably thinking we did the rays and probably wasn't a great thing but if we go back and lower it will look like we are trying to manipulate the market. don't think anything they do will help the economy or the market, i think they do nothing. nicole: the s&p financial index, their market territory now is that declining because they are expecting the fed to not move this year?
>> i think it is not related to the fed at all. there is a fear out there, how much the financials have leveraging to the energy sector, that is number one. number 2 the financials are always linked to what the economy is doing, if it is slowing down financials feel the hit because they are not lending. people are not taking on mortgages, that is what that is related to. nicole: do you put money off the table with the next few years? >> everyone has to have the long time frame, 99.9% of the time, the s&p is going to have a positive return. nicole: thank you. fox news contributor, thanks so much. let's get you caught up on global market action, markets closed for the new year but this is how japanese stocks traded, the nikkei down in a big way,
down 5.5%, looking at the lowest level, biggest declines in three years. nicole: we saw a mixed bag, worries about european banks in particular about we saw the foot the higher as well as the dax and the cac pullback. lauren: u.s. stock-market futures looking like those boards, we do have dow futures 12 points, s&p down 1, nasdaq up 1, not quite sure what will happen at "the opening bell". nicole: retail sales friday, let's check commodities, oil higher by $0.34, gold down $8 and $11.89 a troy ounce. nicole: walt disney report earnings after the closing bell, numbers are expected to come in stronger from a year ago. sales of star wars related merchandize. top concern among investors is the long-term health of espn,
disney's single business, disney said in august earnings growth is slower than it has predicted, raising concerns about possible impact of consumers cutting the cord. shares of drop 25% since november so you can be sure analysts will be looking for more information on the conference call. we will have all later on fox business. lauren: peyton manning will not be returning, the new york knicks fire derek fisher. >> derek was prepared, he took this business seriously, he was a dedicated worker. some of the onus is on the players. i let them know that day. lauren: what did beyonce get when she used air bnb for super bowl stay? we will show you. stock-index futures, dow futures down 14, nasdaq futures unchanged, you are watching "fbn a.m.," a first look at morning markets and breaking news. we live in a pick and choose world.
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nicole: we had volatility, the dow down 400 and recovered some of that, dow futures down 3, isn't the down 1/2 point, the nasdaq up 2. lauren: oil prices are up, $0.86, gold is down $9. nicole: talk about high prices digs. beyonce showing off her air bnb home she used in san francisco for the super bowl halftime
show. the luxurious home, was spectacular as it should be for $10,000 a night, the $50 million estate sits on 12 acres and has five bedrooms, eight bathrooms along with a rooftop vegetable garden and tortured and even chickens. the big deal for air bnb. the broncos return home to denver yesterday, peyton manning and a side trip on his way. peyton manning and his kids went to disneyland for the annual post super bowl victory parade with his -- thousands of excited fans down below filled disneyland's main street u.s.a.. peyton manning did not do the iconic i am going to disneyland post superbowl commercial is your. eric fisher is out as head coach of the knicks, a season and half after he was hired by phil jackson, fisher was fired yesterday after the knicks lost five street in nine of ten.
this is the head coach was directed to interim head coach. in college basketball oklahoma bounceback, it cost them the number one ranking from the corner with 1.3 seconds remaining giving them a 63-60 victory over no. 24 texas. oklahoma trailed from the game. villanova is the new number one in the latest college basketball poll. nicole: blinding snow, ice wreaking havoc across the country, winter storms stretched from the midwest to the mid-atlantic to mean possibly putting a chill on the new hampshire voter turn out. we have our fox meteorologist maria elena who knows what is going on, good morning. maria: we have a lot of winter weather in place across areas from the midwest and new england and very cold temperatures as well, this morning when chill temperatures are even colder
than what the thermometer reads. as you head out the door in minneapolis it feels like 10 below 0, single-digit in chicago and the city of boston and looking at the satellite and radar picture you can see very busy morning, snow from places like maine all the way to central appalachians and farther west than that and some of this will accumulate across places like ohio and into the mid-atlantic where you could be looking at several inches of snowfall accumulation and because of that we have winter weather advisories in effect and winter storm warnings. the big question becomes what will the weather be like today and will it impact voter turnout across new hampshire? i don't think we will see many issues, we are looking at snow showers on and off, light accumulations but just a couple inches and temperatures by at this afternoon should climb into the 30s and upper 20s. nicole: thank you. coming up we will run down
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so, same time next week? well, of course. announcer: put away a few bucks. feel like a million bucks. for free tips to help you save, go to ♪ feed the pig nicole: japan, the nikkei down 5.4% and stocks closed for the new year and in europe in particular worries about european banks, a mixed bag at home, u.s. stock market futures, dow futures down 12, isn't he down 1.5, commodities have been mixed and the yield of 1.74% roughly. now to take you through the next several hours, maria bartiroma "mornings with maria" begins right now. maria: thanks so much, good morning. i am maria bartiroma, it is said during ninth, happy tuesday, top stories at 6:00 a.m. on the east
coast, the first those have been cast in the new hampshire primary, polls opened at midnight, bernie sanders and john kasich picking up the most votes so far, the population only -- the most polls are open right now, we are talking a very small sample. snow not slowing down the candidates as they make their final pitch to voters on the republican side many focusing on the race for second behind donald trump particularly between governors in northeast. here's what the governor set on the topic last night. >> momentum is in our direction. it has been that way since saturday night. marco rubio dropping like a rock and we are rising. >> any prediction? >> no. we will do better than you showed on screen. >> i call the guy today who tomorrow will make his 10,000th phone call. people are walking in the rain,
they walk in the snow and that is how you win elections with that round game particularly in the state of this size. >> i have seen obituaries written about myself after town hall meetings and i am still alive. maria: and democratic side hillary clinton expected to lose to bernie sanders in new hampshire. now reports of a campaign sheika for hillary clinton's campaign coming. the campaign pushing back, the former secretary of state saying we are going to take stock, that is all. all the candidates have someone else to worry about, michael bloomberg making it official confirming yesterday he is considering a 2016 run for the white house. the u.s. deserves a lot better than what he is seeing on the campaign trail. to markets we go, markets slammed overnight in asia. look at what we are looking at in the u.s. fractional losses to tell you about anything points on the dow jones industrial average but it was rocking