iran as an independent. we will have the latest on the campaign trail. good morning. i have lauren simonetti. >> a strong opening on wall street with the dow up 206 points, s&p up 24 and a quarter and nasdaq up 70 points. oil prices cutting gains after the energy for saudi arabia and russia meet to talk about present a production levels. oil up over 6%. right now the price of oil hovering right around $30 a
barrel. and what could be a major breakthrough in the fight against cancer scientists claim extraordinary success treating cancer using immune cells. we will have that story for you. the stars you. this has come up for music's big night. highlights another lead to new grammy awards last night. in sports, the nba remains in the all-star break. two of the nation's top teams, one and details on the skids in the latest rankings coming out. welcome to "fbn:am" come your first look at today's markets, the latest breaking news and what to expect today. breaking news this morning. the price of oil cutting its gains after a meeting at the energy minister of saudi arabia, russia and venezuela and qatar today. crude oil prices jumped 6% as the meeting that started. most evaporated when the oil ministers of qatar, arabia, russia for their oil output chain the 11th levels that provides other major producers follow suit.
america was hoping for a cutting production but the discussion concludes as pressure mounts to pop up low prices. they launched the export following the lifting of the nuclear program. breaking this morning george w. bush morning george w. bush hitting the campaign trail in south carolina to help his brother, jeb bush, sitting down with sean hannity last night with the exclusive interview. >> i'm not an expert in a lot of things, but i'm pretty knowledgeable about what it takes to be president. and he's got what it takes. he's got character, backed own, philosophy, vision. he can deal with crises and he would make a really good president. >> the florida former governor talking about why his campaign signs only feature his first
name 2016. >> job has been spoken since 1994. i threw races for governor and is part of my brain. i'm proud of george, proud of my dad, everybody loves my mom. i'm proud to be a bush. >> former president bush did not mention any candidate by name but did say the country met with humility. meanwhile, gop front runner donald trump sending republican national committee claiming an active debate audiences with donors. the action violates the loyalty pledge he signed back in september. >> the rnc better get its act together. i signed the pledge, but the pledges had been honored by them. the pledges had been honored by the rnc.
jo: trump is threatening to sue rival ted cruz of the eligibility to serve in the white house unless the texas understaffed and anti-trackpad. donald trump and jeb bush will be unborn is maria today. stay with fox business this morning to see that. the presidential democrat is trying to win support with the nevada caucuses four days away in an unusual moment a rally in reno. the announcer talked about a dog that was trained to bark whenever a candidate that something not true. >> and trained to see how we can do that with the republicans. we need to get the dog and follow him around and every time they say these things like the great recession was caused by too much regulation. i think we could cut right through a lot of their claims. lauren:a birkin hillary clinton.
bernie sanders meeting with families affected by the water crisis in flint. >> imagine being a mom is a bright young daughter and seeing that child mentally deteriorate in front of your eyes from being a bright good student, to a student who is now i believe in special ed. lauren: sanders says it is beyond his composition that the water was tainted with lead after the source is switched to flint river water to save money. we will have complete coverage of the nevada democratic caucuses in south carolina republican primary saturday night p.m. eastern right here on fox business network. be sure to join us. death tolls rise after missile attacks on hospitals and close. ban ki-moon saying 50 civilians have been killed after five
medical facilities into schools in northern syria. victims include many children. russian warplanes blamed for carrying out the attacks and then area. jo: lafitte caught up in a global action overnight. in a show watching stocks right now across the board. stocks are looking like this to the downside. dropping just lately. cac is down nine points. as oil drops a bit here, the dow futures are off their earlier highs. up 179 points. the first time after the presidents' day weekend. the decision by the oil ministers in saudi arabia. up 1%. has that been more about 6%. 1212 announced. here's how the dollars trading against key currencies.
across the board bureau, penicillin again. looking at the yield on the ten-year treasury right now 1.78%. despite market volatility committee has been made on wall street. may be purchased by private equity firm apollo global management. according "the wall street journal" deal could be announced as soon as today. the market value is $4.4 billion. and looking up one of them. the chief executive of the oil and gas unit has visited iran in that country. according to "the wall street journal" the first known visit of an executive since before western sanctions were imposed. the ceo visited tehran to take another look at the country now that nuclear related sanctions have been lifted. jo: some good news here. scientists report extraordinary
success in early trials of a new cancer trade in one modified to target certain types of cancer. 94% of participants suffering from an acute form of leukemia said symptoms vanish completely after they were treated with the modified blood cell known as t cells. in another study, 80% of patients responded positively to the treatment while more than half ended that sentence read. the lead researcher from the fred hutchinson cancer research center in seattle says this is unprecedented in madison. lauren: let's look at the headlines in today's edition of "the wall street journal." the fantasy sports industry mounting and lobbied with. lawmakers in 15 states that introduced bills seeking medical. a $4.4 million stock buyback rate on the japanese company shares. despite one for you. cocktails at the way as the
market share. the liquor industry make it a remarkable come back. >> so much for craft beers. jo: lady guy got paid tribute to david go away. ♪ will show you the highlights another lifetime the award ceremony. while the nba is on the all-star break, plenty of action college hoops last night. two at the top 10 teams, one on the latest rankings coming out. taking a stock index futures commit dow futures up 176 points as they get back from a holiday weekend. s&p futures of 20 and the nasdaq up 61. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news.
♪ jo: at that is lady gaga paying tribute to david bowie. filled with performances at the eagles glenn frye, earth wind and fire murray's white and blues legend b.b. king. uptown funk by bruno mars with a nice big winner taking home the top prize record of the year. the leading nominee take home five grammys including best rap album. taylor swift 1989 album of the year and in her acceptance they should take a big economy west for his new son that claims he
made her famous after crashing her 2009 acceptance speech. >> they were going to the people along the way who will try to undercut your success or take credit for your accomplishments or your same. but if you just focus on the work and you don't let those people sidetrack you, someday when you get where you're going, you will look around and you will note that it was you and the people who love you who put you there. transfer the night also had its share of problems. adele's performance and at times the singer sounded like she couldn't hear herself. she blamed technical difficulties on piano mics and she seemed to brush it off. performances from leon and lauryn hill were also at that date, but both of them were no-shows. transfer such a bummer.
let's get you caught up in global market action overnight. stats right now up across the board three and a 3%. european stocks trading to the downside. katrina levin down nine points. >> after the holiday week in a stock futures looking good right now. down from earlier highs of 178 points. s&p at 21 and the nasdaq up 52.5. train for the price of oil after they freeze production oil 2977 at 33 cents. down $26. let's take a look at the latest from the world of sports. the nba still in the all-star break while the college ball is in full force. rolling to a 9467 video last night. the jayhawks avenged a surprising loss to the cowboys last month. number seven virginia, the north
carolina state with the 18th consecutive deck to react home. they took command with a 13-to when to start the second half. a lot of movement in the top 25 rankings in college hoops last week. villanova is number one for a second week. kansas jumped four places for wins over two top 10 teams staying at third after losing their rematch and iowa sticking close of four. north carolina jumped four places to number five. duke only spent one week is that the top 25. the blue devils are back in at number 25 in their genetic buzzer beating win over virginia. former president george w. bush hits the campaign trail for his brother. >> he's got what it takes. it's got there, back bone, philosophy, vision. he can deal with crises.
he would make a really good president. the latest on the battle for south carolina and nevada. scientists claim an extraordinary success of treating cancer using immune cells. amazing result and the index futures this morning. make that 181. nasdaq up 62. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. the ♪
trail. i am jo ling kent in for nicole petallides. u.s. stock futures point to a strong opening on wall street. nasdaq futures up 62.5. jo: asia started strong. the hang seng up 1%. the nikkei up slightly .2% and the kospi up 1.5. lauren: oil prices came up after the ministers for saudi arabia and russia back oil production models. oil has been up 6%. 2986 a barrel. lauren: what could be a major break through in the fight against cancer claim extraordinary success treating cancer using immune cells. we will have the story for you. the stars came out for music big night. the highlights of moments from the grammy award. the nba remains on the all-star break with money of action in college hoops last night. the top 10 teams pulled 10 teams pulled up and then details on the latest right is coming out.
welcome to "fbn:am" come your first look at today's markets, the latest breaking news and expect the day ahead. kicking off this morning the price of a state gains after the ministers of saudi arabia and venezuela and qatar today. crude oil prices jumped 6% as the meeting started. most gains evaporated when the ministers said they agreed to freeze their oil output of january levels. another market was hoping for a cut in production as pressure mounts to prop up low oil prices but they got a freeze instead. developing this morning from president george w. bush in the campaign trail out to his brother jeb bush ahead of saturday's vote. the commander-in-chief sitting down with sean hannity last night or this exclusive interview. >> what's interesting about the election cycle is that foreign policy is a campaign issue. it wasn't in 2000, for example. i hope the voters take a look
and see less of clearest idea of the world and a plan to do with those who would do us harm. i've looked at jeb's plan. i know how solid it is. jo: the former florida governor talking about vice campaign signs only first feature his first name and ask a mission point. >> jab has been the slogan since 1994. it is part of my brand. it's not that i'm disowning my family. this is hard for the rest of the world to see. i'm proud of george. i'm proud of my dad. everybody loves my mom. i am proud to be a bush. jo: in a speech, president bush didn't mention a candidate by name but he did say the president needs a candidate with, quote humility. >> donald trump same in the national committee claiming it is packing with donors at the action violates the loyalty pledges signed in september.
>> rnc better get its act together. i signed a pledge, but the pledge isn't being honored. the pledges had been honored by the rnc. >> is also threatening to sue rival type preserver eligibility to serve in the white house must protect senator sachs airing anti-trump had. donald trump and jeb bush are both the unborn in victoria today. make sure to stay with fox business for that. jo: complete coverage of the republican primary on saturday at 6:00 eastern right here on the fox network. a good day for chinese stocks with the shanghai composite of 3.3%, rallying the most liked by technology and industrial names. a closer look at the asian markets with business reporter tracey you. tracey is a reporter for chinese state television. good morning. reporter: asian markets are in the greatness he said.
the nikkei composite gained 3.3% after some better than expected january the data. stocks essentially rose across the board, even for the fact or despite several broke there is with earnings results. in hong kong, the hang seng gained about 1% and energy companies skating big on recovering oil prices. moving to tokyo, japanese shares had a high day after the incredible varmints yesterday. the nikkei managed to integrate about two tenths of 1%. exporters are gaining against u.s. solar holding pretty steady at the upper 114 level. lauren: looks like we lost tracey. that was tracey of life in beijing. other global market action overnight in europe. you can see how the stacks are doing right now as they continue to trade after asia posted a pretty solid data.
the ftse up just slightly come the cac down 5.5 points in the dax 60 points -- down 60 points. lauren: dow futures higher by 187. nasdaq futures by 65 points. jo: let's look at key commodities. oil up 1.6%. even better this morning as foreign oil ministers led in the price dropped back down. gold at 27.5. scientists aboard extraordinary success in early trials of a potential cancer treatment. white blood cells are modified to target certain types of cancer. 94% suffer from an acute form of leukemia said they sent to vanish completely after they were treated with the modified blood cells known as t cells. in another study, 80% of patients with non-hodgkin's lymphoma responded positively lumber that has ended up symptom-free. the lead researcher for the fred hutchinson cancer center in seattle said this was unprecedented in madison. that was the quote.
jo: there is extreme weather across the country. a powerful winter storm in the northeast. tornadoes in florida and record high temperatures in california. her tuesday forecast with maria molina. "fbn:am" good morning. we are talking about warm temperatures across the west in the cold temperatures across the eastern u.s. had a very amplified pattern across the u.s. we are seeing changes today, already feeling them across places like new york city where temperatures have been steadily rising and right now where 47 degrees as we have been later this afternoon. 54 degrees. 45 in caribou, maine. try to imagine that past weekend record lows across parts of the northeast. cooler temperatures further west across places like minneapolis and chicago and nablus the warmth continues 86 degrees for your forecast high in downtown los angeles.
still dealing with our strong system of our winter weather across this is like the carolinas and early this morning feed ice accumulation across parts of pennsylvania and upstate new york. heavy snowfall as well use of the great lakes with 10 to 20 inches of snowfall forecast for that region. we will continue to see the winter weather continued throughout the day today. winter weather at pfizer is an storm warnings are posted across parts of the northeast. over to you. lauren: thanks, maria. filming for the "star wars" of the episode eight is underway. we told you about the new cover of "sports illustrated" swimsuit issue yesterday. now they have unveiled new virtual reality component for the issue. an asteroid mining company has unearthed this massive 404-carat diamond. we will tell you.
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i am lauren simonetti. jo: and i am jo ling kent and for nicole petallides. dow futures up one under 70 points. s&p up 20 and the nasdaq teachers at 60.5. wall st. gains out the back of these in asia. shanghai composite of 3.3%. the hang seng up 1%. oil prices off of big gains after the ministers for saudi arabia and russia met to talk about raising production levels. oil is up over 6%, but right now up 1.15%. transfer a major breakthrough in the fight against cancer. scientists claim extraordinary success training trends there's. we will have the story for you. jo: will have the highlights in the lowlifes from the grammy awards. in sports, the nba remains on the all-star break, but two of the nations top 10 teams won. details on those games in the latest rankings coming up.
welcome to "fbn:am" cam your first look at what's going in today's markets, the latest breaking news and what to expect for your day ahead. jo: the price of oil padding after saudi arabia, russia and venezuela and qatar today. crude oil prices to 6%. most of that operated when the ministers announced they agree to freeze their oil output at january 11th levels. that is if others major producers follow suit. america was hoping for a car in production in the discussion concludes that the pressure mounts to prop up those low prices. lauren: breaking news this morning. george w. bush did in the campaign trail in south carolina to help out his brother jeb bush. the commander-in-chief sitting down with sean hannity last night for this exclusive interview. >> i'm not an expert in a lot of things a lot of things, but i'm knowledgeable about what it takes to be president. he's got what it takes. he's got character, back bone,
philosophy, vision. he can deal with crises and he would make a really good president. jo: at the governor talking about his love of the displays only his first name, jeb. >> jeb has been the slogan since 1994. i threw races for governor, largest swing state in the country. it is part of my brand. not that i'm disowning my family. this is hard for the rest of the world to see. i'm proud of my dad. everybody loves my mom. lauren: in his speech, former president bush did not mention any candidate by name but did say the country would be president with the ability. gop front runner doubletime slamming the national committee, claiming debate audiences that the donor. the action violates the loyalty pledge he signed in september.
>> the rnc better get its act together. i signed a pledge, but the pledge isn't being honored. i signed a pledge. the pledge isn't being honored in the rnc. lauren: trump is threatening to sue over the white house amongst the texas senator stopped airing anti-trump adds. donald trump and jeb bush will be on "mornings with maria" today. stay tuned and stay with us on fox is nice. the democratic presidential candidate trying to win supporters with caucuses for days to wait in an unusual moment at a rally in reno, hillary clinton recalled a radio ad. she says the announcer talked about a dog that was trained to bark whenever a candidate says something not true. >> i'm trying to see how we could do that with the republicans. we need to get the dog and follow him around. every time they say these things like the great recession was
caused by too much regulation. you know. i think we could have read through a lot of their claims. lauren: meanwhile, senator bernie sanders campaign in michigan where he met with families affected by the water crisis in flint. >> imagine being the mom of a breakout daughter and seeing that child mentally deteriorate in front of your eyes, from being a bright good student to a student who is now i believe in special ed. lauren: sanders stated this behind us comprehension that in 2016 children are being poisoned. flip it was tainted with lead after the water service was temporarily switch to the flat river to save money. jo: a tough story there. we will complete coverage of the nevada democratic caucuses in republican primary this saturday at 6:00 eastern.
tune in today for president about ms. news conference at 4:35 a.m. eastern right here on fox business network. in the meantime, global market action overnight. nice gains across the board. shanghai composite of 3.3%. gains for the hang seng and the kospi, nikkei other day. jo: looking at how they are trading in asia. the ftse not. right in the u.s. comes out features such about. dow futures up 190, s&p futures up 22. lauren: look at oil and coal. big upward action for oil earlier today still up about wanting change. we're also looking at gold down 2% right now. jo: despite the market volatility come deals are made. security company adt known for commercials will show you with apollo global management according to "the wall street
journal," asia could be announced today. adt's market value $4.4 billion, shares down about dirty% in the past year. general electric says the chief executive of the soil and gas unit has to ask her opportunities in iran. the first visit by an energy executive of an american company since before western sanctions were imposed over its nuclear program. ge says the ceo visited tehran. now the nuclear sanctions have been lifted. big news in the fight against cancer. scientists report extraordinary sit as in early trials of a potential cancer treatment. white blood cells are modified to target certain types of cancer. 94% of participants suffering from an acute form of leukemia say symptoms vanished after they were treated with modified blood cells known as t cells. in another study, 80% responded positively to the treatment while more than half ended up in
them free. the lead researcher from the fred hutchinson cancer research center in seattle said this is unprecedented in madison. big advances they are. coming, the stars at the 50th anniversary grammies. lady gaga and her tribute to david bowie. ♪ lauren: will have more of the highlights in the lowlifes from the awards ceremony. in sports, nba remains on the all-star break with funny faction. colleges last night. pulled out wins and details on the games of the latest rankings coming up. the dow futures up 187 points. you are watching "fbn:am" cover your first look at morning market and breaking news. ♪
kendra kumar took home five grammys including best rap album. taylor swift 19891 album of the year and in her acceptance beach ticket taker economy kanye biased for her new son that he claimed made her famous for crashing her 2009 acceptance speech. >> there will be people lined the way who tried to undercut your successor take credit for your accomplishment or your fame but if you just focus on the work and you don't let those people sidetrack you, someday when you get where you're going, you'll look around and know that it was you and the people who love you who put you there. >> tonight had its fair share of problems. adele's performance was plagued by issues. at times the singer sounded like she couldn't hear herself. she blamed technical
difficulties and the piano might and seemed to brush it off. performance is that rhianna and lauryn hill were expected to both did not make the stage. the u.s. stock market futures looking like this. s&p up 21, nasdaq futures up 62.5. jo: looking at oil and gold come at a gains this morning, but now coming up 1.19% and pulled down 2% given 25 bags. lauren: the latest in the world of sports. the nba is still on the all-stars. kansas rolling 94 to 67 over oklahoma state last night. the jayhawks avenged a surprising loss to the cowboys last month. number seven virginia beat north carolina state. he scored 22 points for virginia.
31 at the half but the virginia of the 13 to two run to begin the second half. a lot of movement in the ap top 25 rankings of colleges last week. the new top five. number one for the second way. kansas jumped four places after wins over two top 10 teams. oklahoma and number three after losing to kansas in the rematch in iowa fourth place. north carolina jumping for places to fifth in the nhl last night. the anaheim remaining on a boat with help from their power plays. they won three for three in a 64 bit jury. the tornadoes in florida and a record high temperatures across california. a closer look at today's forecast that fox meteorologist maria molina. reporter: good morning good morning once across parts of the western u.s. expecting temperatures to meet the middle 80s.
across parts of california and eastern u.s. temperatures quickly rising. new york city already a 48 degrees and 59 in raleigh, north carolina. this afternoon temperatures in the 50s as well across parts of the northeast and middle 40s in portions of northern new england. forming up across the east coast of the united days in advance. the appellations and not only for heavy snowfall based on yuri, but also ice accumulation happening across places like at the vineyard, upstate new york, new input and parts of virginia. a very widespread area continuing to do with the winter weather across the eastern u.s. we still have winter weather at visor is in effect from virginia to the state of maine. over to you.
trantor one live look at the markets before we head off to morningside area. the ftse up 4.5. bank stocks have been pushing the index higher. cac down as well. tout features upside today as they reopen after the holiday weekend. tout features up 176 points. let's look at oil after foreign ministers met about the price of oil and they will hold their level so you see oil up one in change% right now down off of its earlier highs. maria, i'll see you in a few minutes. maria: thanks so much. good morning, everybody.
tuesday, figure 16. a maria bartiromo. cliff may, fox business dagen mcdowell and lenore hawkins coming up. the countdown to the south carolina primary assigned. president george w. bush at the campaign trail for his brother jeb was donald trump stepped up his attack on the gop establishment, potentially a third party run. >> the rnc better get its act together because i signed a pledge, but the pledges have been honored by them. i signed a pledge and the pledges and been honored by the rnc. maria: will get reaction on that and much more from two republican presidential candidates. jeb bush and front runner donald trump. at all-stars 7:00 a.m. eastern. join us at these interviews coming up. hillary clinton stepping up efforts to declare a winner in nevada including this unusual moment in reno.
>> i'm trying to see how we can do that with the republicans. we need to get the dog and follow him around and every time they say these things, like the great recession was caused by too much regulation, you know. maria: a closer look at democrats. [laughter] will take a closer look at how they are getting clinton delayed nomination even after resounding defeat in new hampshire. great news on oil, russia and saudi arabia. retire on that speculation. it is some believe the production couple be announced. we'll see about that good oil around $30 at 29.84. mark is back open after the president's holiday. a pretty good rally at the opening of trading. dow industrials up in almost 200 points in the