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>> lauren: breaking news this morning as the nation mourn it is death of supreme court justice scalia the battle to replace him. we will have the latest on that situation. good morning, i'm lauren simonetti. >> jo ling: and good morning, i'm jo ling kent. u.s. stock markets closed for president's day. hopes of more economic stimulus after japanese economy shrinking in the latest quarter. those fell # .6%. >> lauren: u.s. stock markets might be close for president's day. futures trading.
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>> jo ling: let's check out crude oil prices starting this one. we are up a third of a percent right now. >> lauren: a new batch of hillary's emails. we will have that story. >> jo ling: he has a new problem, the irs. >> lauren: nascar rooky made history. welcome to fbn:am, first look at morning markets, breaking news and what to expect for the day ahead. >> jo ling: body of supreme court justice is headed to virginia. scalia was found dead in his room at a west texas resort. president obama meanwhile promise to go nominate a successor in, quote, due time
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once the senate returns from a long-lime recess. >> the debate when justice scalia should be replaced already underway on the campaign trail. the gop presidential candidates weighing in. >> we need a conservative person. i think certainly we have great people. ill like to have the person tailored to be just like scalia. he was truly a good judge. >> this should be a decision for the people. we have got an election. democrats, i cannot wait to stand on that stage with hillary clinton or with bernie sanders and take the case to the people. what vision of the supreme court do you want? >> we are not going to move forward until there's an electionment i think that's the right decision. the court can function with eight justices and within the last year's we should not be appointed supreme court justices. >> i would look for a conservative, somebody who
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doesn't make law but will interpret the law and somebody is sort of above reproach, what's the record, what's their history. >> two democratic presidential candidates shared thoughts of what the president should do. >> it's the job to appoint, nominate members and the senate confirms. president obama in my view should make that nomination, i hope he does it as soon as possible and i hope that the senate confirms and begins deliberations as soon as possible. >> whether the republicans like it or not, elections have consequences. the president has a responsibility to nominate a new justice and the senate has a responsibility to vote. >> jo ling: the death of justice scalia could affect the outcome of major decisions on abortion,
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immigration and religious freedom. >> lauren: more remails have been released from the private server hillary clinton used, 81 that have now been marked as classified. the agency has released more than one thousand new pages of emails and so far the state releasing 45,000 pages of clinton emails. they are stacking up. >> jo ling: the u.s. and russia with a truth agreement in munich in syria's long civil war. right now fight continues to school late including new parties are preparing to enter the fight. yesterday turkey announced the arrival of saudi military that are read drroi join the u.s.-led coalition. turkey are reported considering sending ground troops as well.
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>> lauren: he ro wick actions in the air, air force reportedly say that is pilot was trying to refuel in midair when he discovered a malfunction in the fuel system. he was only able to fly for 15 minutes. not long enough to reach safety. a quick thinking, refueling every 15 minutes to keep nit the air. put the life of f-16 pilot first and what could have been an international tragedy, quite honestly a feel-good news stories. >> jo ling: plane first officer reportedly ill after someone shined a laser cockpit. one of the pilots requested permission. all passengers to be safe but
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they did have to deboard the plane and they will fly to new york later today. >> lauren: latest report show that reversing damage from the financial markets will be more difficult than expected. japan's economy shrank more than expected as consumer spending and exports slummed. not gained enough momentum to make up for week's domestic demand. >> jo ling: let's get you caught up on the global market action overnight. shanghai down just lightly. hang seng up big. more than 3%. >> lauren: nikkei are up 7%. look at that. nice gains there. the dax in germany surging almost 3% this monday morning. >> jo ling: here in the u.s. markets are close for president's day dow futures are
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up 202 points. >> lauren: oil and gold, up arrow for gold, 29.90. down by $30 to 12.09 an ounce this morning. >> jo ling: we are looking at the dollar is trading with the key currencies. uk pound and canadian dollar and the peso just about 5 actually. >> lauren: legal problems for martin shkreli, has been sharnlged with security's fraud, he testified before a senate committee on inflated drug pricing, now the irs has filed a tax lean -- lien. mornings with maria straightaway and throughout the business. >> jo ling: china's factories are hunting for growing markets. they are looking to move up the
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technology ladder by making 3 do -- 3d printers. finally, hsbc to keep headquarters in london. the bank considers moving to hong kong and elsewhere. >> lauren: right here. kills it at the box office. >> when you find out your worst enemy is up to your best your -- >> lauren: we will have that story for you. in sports kobe bryant final nba all-star game last night. racing history, all those details coming up. no trading on wall street, let's
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>> cool. >> it's christmas day and i'm after someone on any naughty list. >> you've probably thinking this is a superhero movie but that person turned that guy into a cabob. >> jo ling: deadpool with ie-popping $135 million. biggest domestic opening ever for r-rated movie.
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ray reynolds, with superhuman abilities. >> lauren: in asia you have mostly up arrows. japanese stock market rallying 7% after dropping 11% last week. you do have a down arrow in china. change high down .6%. >> jo ling: ftse was up and across the board you can see green arrows there. cac quarante up. >> lauren: this is how futures are looking. they are trading right now. dow futures up 200 points. nasdaq futures about 64. >> jo ling: a good start for futures today. key commodities oil and oil
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trading above 40 cents there. >> lauren: kobe bryant's 18th and final all-star last night where the west beat the east. this was the highest-scoring game in all-star history. previous 163 points scored fbi winning team. bryant was cheered as he was subbed out just before the end of the game. he won the mvp award for the second year in a row. in nascar elliot becomes the ever to win 500 daytona. elliot will take the lead spot for nascar's race. bill won the daytona 500 two times. number 24 car went around the track without gordon for the first time since 1992 and bond
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tailor rallied to win in more than a decade. taylor started the final day six shots behind leader before four straight on the back nine help today give him a two-stroke lead. missed on 18th whole which was worth a playoff. >> jo ling: 48 people were rescued at a ski resort in new jersey yesterday afternoon. get this, 40 feet from the ground as their cars froze to a halt. were able to get everyone down from safely repelling everyone down. there was a service break problem thankfully no injuries reported and seems like everyone was safe. >> lauren: that makes me rethink going skiing. the battle for his replacement heats up in washington and heats
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up on the campaign trail. >> i cannot wait to stand on that debate stage with hillary clinton or bernie sanders and talk about what the supreme court will look like depending on who wins. >> lauren: former bad boy skhreli has a new enemy, the irs. dow futures up 200, make it even two. nasdaq 65. you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news.
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>> jo ling: breaking news this morning, battle to replace him heats up in washington and on the campaign trail. we will have the latest on that developing situation. good morning, i'm jo ling kent. >> lauren: good morning, everybody, i'm lauren simonetti. u.s. stock markets closed for president's day but stocks in japan soaring over 7% in hopes of economic stimulus after new data shows the economy shrinking in the latest quarter. meanwhile reopening and they fell .6%. >> jo ling: markets may be closed today but futures till straying. checking stock market futures, # 96 points, s&p up 24 and nasdaq up 65. >> lauren: after a wild couple of weeks, let's check out how oil is starting the week.
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>> jo ling: a nice bump there. we will bring you that story. >> lauren: former bad boy shkre lyrics has big tax problem. >> jo ling: kobe bryant's nba all-star game last night. all the details. welcome to fbn:am, first look at morning markets, breaking news and what to expect for the day ahead. >> lauren: let's kick it off with the body of supreme court justice scalia headed to virginia. he was found dead saturday morning, died of natural causes and autopsy not necessary. president obama nominate in due time when the senate returns from week-long recess. >> jo ling: debate in washington when scalia should be replaced on court.
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gop presidential candidates weighing in. >> dian from wisconsin, from what everybody tells me would be outstanding. we need a conservative person. i would like to have the person tailored to be just like justice scalia. >> sh should -- this should be a decision for the court. i cannot wait to taker the case to the people. >> we are not going move forward until there's an election. i think that's the right the decision. the court can function with eight justices and within the last year of the president's term we should not be appointing supreme court justices. >> i would look for a conservative, somebody who will interpret the law and somebody who is sort of above reproach, what's their record, what's their history. >> lauren: two democratic presidential candidates also
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sharing thoughts on what president obama should do. >> it is the job of the president of the united states to appoint nominate members to the supreme court and the senate confirms. president obama in my view should make that nomination, i hope he does it as soon as possible and i hope that the senate confirms and begins deliberations as soon as possible. >> whether the republicans like it or not, elections have consequences. the president has a responsibility to nominate a new justice and the senate has a responsibility to vote. >> lauren: the death shifts dynamics of current term and could affect the outcome of major decisions on issues such as abortion, immigration as well as religious freedom. >> jo ling: that's right. more emails released, emails released by the state of the
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department include 81 that have now been marked as classified. the agency released more than a thousand pages of new emails and so far they are released 45,000 pages of clinton emails in total. >> lauren: cease fire in syria, hostilities in syria's long running civil war. new party such as saudi arabia are prepare to go enter the fight. turkey announced audi military jets that are ready to join in syria. turkey reportedly also considering sending ground troops in as well. >> jo ling: heroic actions in the air saved pilot, air force reportedly says the pilot was trying to refuel in midair when
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he discovered a malfunction in the fuel system. he was only able to fly 15 minutes. not long enough to reach safety. a quick-thinking escorted back to save while refueling every 15 minutes. f-16 pilot first and what made an international tragedy a feel-good news story. >> lauren: wow. kim jung un praised scientists and said it gave confidence and courage to his people. the north fired a rocket earlier this month after ignoring repeated international warnings and that launch followed the country's fourth nuclear test. u.s. and allies planning to impose strong new sanctions against knot korea for their action. >> jo ling: hope francis is condemning dealers of death during five-day in méxico going on right now.
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pontiff is urging to avoid the devil's lust for money. pope francis says, quote, let's get it into our heads with the devil there's no dialogue, unquote. the mass wug was the biggest schedule event to the pontiff's visit in méxico. >> lauren: stockses in chien redown but the rest of asia rebound nicely today. we will get a look with tracy yu live in beijing. good monday, tracy. >> tracy: markets finally opened after long recess. repeatedly called on investors to actually brace for impacts but we recovered from a steep losses down to six tenth offense a 1%. and in hong kong stocks had a solid recovery. hang sen up 3.3%.
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in tokyo japanese stocks did 180 from terrible performances last week, nikkei climbs more than 7% after the japanese data prompted speculation about doj doing more and south south korea also led by ship makers and steel makers. >> jo ling: let's get you caught up on other global market action overnight, we are looking at europe as well as asia. crack quarante is up 128, and the dax is up 244 points. >> lauren: futures still trading, dow 207 points, nasdaq up 72. >> jo ling: we are always looking at oil and gold. gold is down at 2 and a half percent. lawyer already as you're getting ready to head out the door the cold is moving on out. the snow and freezing rain are
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threatening to make travel dangerous. let's get a look at your monday forecast with fox meteorologist maria molina, good monday morning. >> maria: that's right we have artic air that's finally leave ing the northeast with temperatures well below zero and windchills that were very cold. windchill temperature of minus 114-degrees, colder than windchills than antártica. you factor in the wind and it feels colder than what the ter -- thermometer reads out there. light accumulation is possible and on top of the snow out across mid atlantic you can see
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freezing rain. ice concerns as well. as it continues to move north ward it's going to be pulling some very warm air. temperatures will be climbing well above freezing as we head into tuesday. middle 40's in morning hours and take a look at this, 50's by tuesday late morning from new york city down to washington, d.c. and philadelphia. so again, it is going to be a roller coaster with the temperatures. winter weat e advisories from new england to north carolina due to ice concerns. let's head over to you. >> jo ling: maria molina, thank you so much. rhonda rousey makes covers for sports illustrated shoot. we will show you the pictures. futures are open and they're doing pretty well. dow futures 21 # points right now. you're watching fbn:am, first
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>> jo ling: overnight u.s. stock market futures across the board even though we will not be trading in the markets today. dow futures up 204 points. >> lauren: building on friday's
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gains. this is how oil is trading right now. seventy-six cents a barrel. gold is down. risk back on the markets. >> jo ling: apple is looking to take on netflix in a way. original content starting with new tv series starring dr. dre. expected to debut on apple's streaming service. the six-episode series would be loosely based on dr. dre's live and you'll be able to get in apple store and appear sl not commenting. >> lauren: this week the covers are out, folks, three different pages, ronda rousey is making her modeling debut. she's one of three cover star this is year. she isn't even wearing a bathing suit. that's body paint.
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ashley first size 16 model to grace the cover. >> jo ling: coming up, even as the nation mourn it is lose of supreme court justice scalia the battle for replacement heats up in washington and on the campaign trail. >> i cannot wait to stand on the debate stage with hillary clinton or bernie sanders and talk about what the supreme court would look like depending who wins. >> jo ling: we will have the latest on that political battle and former bad boy shkreli has a new enemy, the irs, we will tell you about his problem. futures are trading up 202 points. you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news.
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>> lauren: breaking news the morning as the nation mourns the death of scalia the bat toll replace him heats up in washington and the campaign trail. we will have the latest on the situation. good morning, i'm lauren simonetti. >> jo ling: good morning, i'm jo ling kent and i'm here for nicole petallides. we are watching u.s. stock markets, they are closed for president's day but stocks in japan soaring 7% on more economic stimulus as the economy shrinking in the latest quarter. stocks in china reopen after week-long holiday. >> lauren: futures are still trading and building on friday's market rally. dow futures 2008 points. >> jo ling: check out how crude oil prices are starting. 29.81. >> lauren: new batch of hillary
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clinton's emails, 89 marked classified. we will have that story. >> jo ling: martin shkreli has a new problem, the irs. >> lauren: kobe bryant's nba all-star game. welcome to fbn:am, first look at morning markets, breaking news and what to expect for the day ahead. >> jo ling: that's right, body of supreme court scalia is headed to virginia. scalia was found dead at a west texas resort. the 79-year-old died of natural causes and the family held a private autopsy was not necessary. once the senate returns from a week long recess for the president's day holiday. >> lauren: debate in washington over when justice scalia should be replaced on the high court already underway. the gop presidential candidates all weighing in.
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>> dian from wisconsin from what everybody tells me would be outstanding. we need a conservative person. certainly we have some great people, we lost one of the greats. i would like to have the person tailored just like justice scalia. >> this should be a decision for the people, george, we've got an election and democrats, i cannot wait to stand on that stage with hillary clinton or with bernie sanders and take the case to the people, what vision of the supreme court do you want? >> we are not going to move forward until there's an election. i think that's the right decision. the court can function with eight justices within the last year of the president's last term, we should not be looking for supreme court justices. >> we pick somebody who is sort of above approach. what's the record, what's their history. >> lauren: republican presidential hopefuls calls on senate to block to get third
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nominee on the high court. >> jo ling: two democratic candidates are sharing thoughts on what president obama should do on the supreme court. >> it is the job of the president of the united states to appoint members to the supreme court and the senate confirms. president obama in my view should make that nomination. i hope he does it as soon as possible and i hope that the senate confirms and begin deliberations as soon as possible. >> whether the republicans like it or not elections have consequences. the president has a responsibility to nominate a new justice and the senate has a responsibility to vote. >> jo ling: the death of justice scalia shifts and could affect major decisions on issues like abortion, immigration and religious freedom. >> lauren: more emails have been released from the private server
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that hillary clinton used when she was secretary of state. emails released in the weekend including 81 that has now been marked as classified. so far the state department has released more than 45,000 pages of clinton e-mail. >> jo ling: cease fire in syria but prospects not very right, hostilities and syria's long running civil war but the fighting in syria is escalating and new parties are prepare to go enter the fight. meanwhile turkey reportedly are considering sending in ground troops as well. >> lauren: this is an unbelievable story. pilot f-16 from answer to interrogratory -- trying to
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eject, he was only able to fly 15 minutes. not long enough to reach safety. a quick thinking, refueling every 15 minutes. the crew of the refueling plane put the life of the f-16 pilot first and made what could have been an international tragedy a feel-good story. >> jo ling: what a relief. we are watching hang seng. hong kong but nikkei in japan that was a real story. up 7.2%. >> lauren: banks are putting in a nice day. you do have arrows across the board. cac is up 3 and a quarter percent and dax 2.7%. >> jo ling: markets will be closed for president day's holiday but u.s. stock market futures are open in trading, up 213 points, s&p up 26 and nasdaq
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7 and a half. >> lauren: pushing closer to 30. that's up 44 cents in gold. >> jo ling: senator john mccain says he would rather not subpoena the ten sailors but he will if he has to. the americans were freed the day after they were detained in january after secretary of state john kerry intervened. but iranian med abroad cast videos of the detainees including scenes in which they were kneeling before armed guards. >> lauren: elliot being investigated in alleged assault on a woman, reportedly choking her and pushing her in manhattan. woman told police. there's no truth to the
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allegation, spitzer resigned after he was exposed as a frequent client of a prostitution ring. >> jo ling: legal problems for martin shkreli has been charged with security fraud and testified for committee on inflated drug pricing and now the irs has fired a tax lien for more than $4.6 million in unpaid taxes, penalties and interest. the lien was reported by gocker.com and lewis will report more on this on mornings with maria and throughout the day right here on fox business. >> lauren: deadpool kills it at the box office. >> i didn't ask to be super . >> lauren: slew of box office
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record over the weekend. nascar rooky making racing history. we will have those details coming up. no trading on wall street today but futures are trading and right now dow futures 214 points, nasdaq futures 71. you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪ ♪ thank you for calling. we'll be with you shortly. yeah right... xerox predictive analytics help companies provide a better and faster customer experience. hello mr. kent. can i rebook your flight? i'm here! customer care can work better. with xerox. wait i'm here! mr. kent? (gasp) shark diving! xerox personalized employee portals help companies make benefits simple and accessible... from anywhere. hula dancing? cliff jumping! human resources can work better. with xerox.
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>> a little help here. that's because it's christmas day. i'm after someone on my naughty list.
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you're probably thinking this is a superhero movie but that guy just turned into somebody into a cobob. >> lauren: deadpool topping with $135 million, biggest domestic opening ever for an r-rated movie. ryan reynolds produced it that tries to cure his cancer that gives him superhuman abilities. coming up any objection -- a distant second. >> jo ling: i have not seen any of those movies, but let's get you caught up on global market action overnight. futures are trading now. dow futures 206 points, s&p up 25 and nasdaq up 70 points. >> lauren: oil pushing closer to $30 a barrel. not there yet. that's up one and a half percent. gold is giving 29 bucks to 10.29
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a troy ounce. >> jo ling: coby bryant's last all-star game. press record 163 points by the winning team. bryant put up 10 points and was cheered by all as he was subbed out just before the end of the game. russell westbrook led with 31 points and won mvp award for the second-straight year. in nascar, elliot won at 20 year's old. no stranger to greatness, he won daytona 500 two times. and made it to 900 points in nhl
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career last night when red wings won 6-5 and had assist in detroit win. he al join other red wing players who were inducted to the hall of fame. >> lauren: that was sports. this weekend record cold moving on out but snow and freezing rain still threatening to making traveling dangerous. hi, maria. >> maria: good morning, that's right. we are looking at snow and ice throughout the day today across parts of the eastern day today. we have very weather stories in a very short amount of time. you are still in the teens in new york city and also in buffalo, in boston you're at 6-degrees, very cold out there. 7 below zero in burlington, you factor in the wind and
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windchills lower than that. those temperatures will continue to climb. they are going to stay chilly today and a lot warmer as we head into tuesday. here is a look at the storm system. we have snow coming down at this moment across maryland, parts of virginia and north carolina and concerns about the southern part of the system including carolinas, freezing rain today. now here is a lock at the forecast model. you could see the snow makes farther north, we will been seeing a couple of inches of snowfall accumulation, as we head by tuesday morning you'll be in middle 40's and by late in the morning temperatures could be as warm as almost 60-degrees in dc, you'll be in middle 50's in philadelphia and also in new york city. a drat -- dramatic change in temperatures.
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winter weather warnings across virginia and also areas east of the great lakes across the interior northeast. >> lauren: i'm still focusing on the 53 in new york. >> maria: the end is near. >> jo ling: coming up we will run down global market action overnight before we hand it over to mornings with maria. stay with us. ♪ there's a lot of places you never want to see "$7.95." [ beep ] but you'll be glad to see it here. fidelity -- where smarter investors will always be. if only the signs were as obvious when you trade. fidelity's active trader pro can help you find
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>> jo ling: let's take one last look at how the markets are doing all around the world. we are watching asia, nikkei up 7%. hang seng also up and this really led europe, these gains here are helping certainly the cac quarante, ftse up 2% and dax
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in germany almost up 3%. this is also impacting dow futures even though the markets are closed today. you have dow futures one and a third percent of 210 points. how is this affecting oil and gold right now? you can see oil one and a half percent. maria, a very big day globally. >> maria: it shoo is with china reopening. thanks so much. thank you jo ling kent. i'm maria bartiromo, it's monday february 15th, president's day. with me dagen mcdowell and kevin kelly and michael coming up. the nation is mourning the death of supreme court justice antonin scalia. >> i plan to fulfill my constitutional responsibilities. >> we are not moving forward until after this election.
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>> sh should -- this should be a decision for the people. >> maria: scalia was found dead on saturday died of natural causes at 79 year's old. george w. bush will make appearance for his brother jeb, the two will appear in rally in south carolina days before voters hit the polls in south carolina for the primaries this upcoming saturday. another batch of hillary clinton's emails, 80 deemed classified emails. u.s. markets are closed for president's holiday. china is open after a week of holiday for the new year, shanghai composite opened for the first time in a week finishing lower, take a look, down two-thirds of a percent. huge day for japanese stock. shaking off weak economic data. the latest reading showing that the japanese economy contracted

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