make your business phone mobile with voice mobility. comcast business. built for business. picked a big push is not in this latest poll shows donald trump and hillary clinton with a great spirit the latest from the campaign trail. good morning. it's wednesday. timeline simonetti. >> amen for nicole apparently these. let's checked out futures ahead of the opening bell. s&p up 9.5. >> losing 1.3% while prices in china rise about 1% into shanghai composite. >> all eyes on iran for oil traders.
it could be a man of iran is opec leaders need right now to push the country to freeze output levels. we will have been a news from the meeting for you coming up. oil prices right now with 2%. >> the battle for president obama tries to defend his decision to filibuster one of president george w. bush's choices for the supreme court to train for a development in a privacy versus terrorism case. tim cook to green apple fight a judge's order to help the ear package the iphone of one of the san bernardino killers. we will have a developing story as well. lauren: area did not win the top price but he certainly stole the show. we will tell you who came out as top dog. welcome to "fbn:am" from your first look at today's markets, the latest breaking news in what to expect that they had. breaking news this morning. apple is opposing a government order to an encrypted iphone
blog into a shooter in attacking san bernardino california. tim cook saying the moment calls for public discussion and we want our customers and people around the country to understand what is at stake. go cause the government dangerous because apple has been asked to create a back door around iphone encryption. that will be an unprecedented step to threaten security of apple customers worldwide. they killed 14 people in the holiday luncheon. the couple later died in a gunbattle with police. lauren: we're four days away from the gop primary in south carolina. and you will shows donald trump leading the race with 38% support. texas senator ted cruise comes in with 22% followed by florida senator and marco rubio in third. jeb bush in fourth place at 10% followed by dr. ben carson and john kasich. this is before and after today
while campaigning in the palmetto state. front runner trend continues. >> ted cruz is unfit to be president, but these are minor details. i really believe that. [applause] a senator in oklahoma was a very highly respected senator says he's one of the most dishonest people is never worked with. that is a statement. >> january 2017, our friends and allies and our enemies both foreign middle america is back. >> every now and then recapture it can relax. if we do we're not sending them to south carolina. they are going to guantánamo. lauren: the south carolina republican is this saturday. jo: a few of type char push.com
in your web browser come you actually see this website. a donald trump website. although it's been happening since at least december, they have been picking up steam and social media since yesterday. the official website is jeb 2016.com and never used jeb bush.com. the trump campaign is not involved in the redirect. the owner of the domain name remains unknown. lauren: the same cnn poll shows hillary clinton topping bernie sanders by 18 points in south carolina. former secretary of state and 56% support while the vermont senator 38%. clinton meeting with civil rights leaders in new york's harlem new york's harlem was sanders campaigning in south carolina. >> harlem and many other communities across america remind us that any view of black america that focuses to close heavily on crime, poverty or
other challenges is missing so much. >> we are tired of establishment politics and we are tired of establishment economics. lauren: both candidates are gearing up for the first presidential caucus held this saturday as well. jo: will have complete coverage as the south carolina republican primary this saturday 6:00 eastern time right here in the fox business network. jo: president obama fired back at republicans threatening to block his eventual supreme court nominee if he delays justice antonin scalia appeared the senate has enough time to consider his choice and you will nominate someone in due time. president obama speaking at a news conference found himself in an upward position when asked about his own in 2006 as u.s. senator to filibuster a nomination of conservative justice alito. >> justice alito is on the bench right now.
historically if you look at it regardless of what those particular senators have taken from the vista basic consensus, a basic understanding that the supreme court is different and each caucus may decide who is going to go where book, but basically you let go, and you make sure that it well-qualified candidate is able to join the bench, even if you don't particularly agree with them. lauren: justice scalia's body will lie in the great hall this friday. his funeral saturday at the national shrine of the immaculate conception in washington. president obama weighing in on the political fate of donald trump. >> i continue to believe mr. trump will not be president. the reason is i have a lot of faith in the american people.
and i think they recognize being president is a serious job. jo: at being president is not like hosting a talk or reality show. it's a lot of hard and a lot of people count on him to get it right. >> you are right i didn't run last time you would've been a one term president. jo: developing this morning, the chinese military has deployed an advanced surface-to-air missile system to a contested island in the south china sea according to civilian industry by fox news. china sos taiwan and vietnam claim the island as their territory. they came as president, hosted asian leaders. obama said many leaders are concerned over china's recent davidian the south china sea. >> we will continue to help allies and partners strengthen maritime capabilities and we
discussed how any disputes in the region must be resolved peacefully. jo: a defense official told fox news the pentagon is watching the development in the south china sea. lauren: developing right now, opec numbers made in tehran to persuade iran to participate in the deal. yesterday that's out to producers come to saudi arabia and russia agreed to increase production at january the post process that was contingent on other nations agreeing as well. the venezuelan and iraqi ministers are in tehran for talks with their counterparts. if they strike an agreement come up with the first global oil deal in 15 years. let's get caught up on global markets. and they shall come as stocks to the downside. the nikkei down 1.3%on the cost become a quarter of 1%. shanghai composite in china up
1%. jo: in europe, stocks are trading up across the board. up 76 points come to see a cf 70 points in the dax up 135 points. lauren: and the u.s., stocks up 52 points: nasdaq futures up 17.5. jo: on the heels you've got oil up about 1.9% and gold down just slightly. and here's how the dollar is trading against key currencies. a weakness in the euro versus the u.s. dollar. everything else pretty strong. >> looking down 1.6 basis points. >> neil pushed our work to save the nation's largest banks in help them grow. in the first public speeches and new federal reserve bank of minneapolis, the brookings institution might be time to break up the biggest banks.
>> the biggest banks are too big to fail to larger as. >> you can see more later this morning. he's a guest on mourning said maria. fed watchers as the new material to look over today. the federal open market committee this afternoon. there is no clear signal about what to expect in the coming months. investors with any indication about whether it will raise rates. jo: some disappointing news on the earnings front. according to bank of america, the fourth quarter earnings season is looking like the worst quarter for corporate earnings since the third quarter 2009. analysts say 87% of companies that reported results. overall earnings per share expected to show a drop of 4% from a year ago.
analysts have lowered expectations due to tumbling oil prices, strong u.s. dollar and a slowing chinese economy. lauren: big media fortunes are wing myth the valuations of companies like viacom and disney under com and hold steady amid some cord cutting fears the next step, anglo-american to downsize further after a more aggressive restructuring plan after suffering within $5 billion loss in the last year. the third headline and costly treatments. drugs for lung cancer was found treatments costing over $12,000 a month. >> coming up, i'll adopt them and came out last night.
>> we will tell you which won the westminster last night. guess what? it wasn't the crowd favorite. lauren: a college basketball, the number 10 and number 13 games are upset by lower paid teams. much more coming up. right now, dow futures up 64 points. you are watching at "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets in breaking news. thanks for joining us. ♪
last night's concert was filled with survivors who observed 892nd moment of silence according to the bbc. terrorists killed 89 people during the performance back on november 13th. eagles of death metal kicked off the european tour last saturday. lauren: let's get you caught up on global market action overnight. stocks to the downside except the hang seng in nikkei down more than 1%. transfer europe stocks are trading the green. ftse 75 and the -- lauren: let's see if u.s. stock market futures can hold gains in trading opens for business three days in a row. s&p futures up 9.5. jo: looking at key commodities, up to and one 3% as they continue down about $5. america has a new top dog. the german shorthair poynor
taking top honors at the 140 westminster kennel club last night. the 3-year-old beat out nearly 3000 other contestants. to win the country's most prestigious talk show courtesy jim is taking top prize, but another dogs of the show. this guy a break here, name is dario. the cap nine at the suit pocket of his hand while making his way around the ring. he didn't win any awards, but quickly became the crowd favorite. when asked after what troopers in the left pocket, the handler said nothing. the food was on the other side. jo: what a cute dog. i've got a one as well. the 24th ranked texas rebound from two straight losses last night, the longhorns upset 85 to 78. texas had 10 three-pointers in the game. isaiah taylor for 23 points in
her davis junior 15. jo: three-game home losing streak with 191 win over iowa state. jonathan motley came up big scoring seven of his 27 points in overtime. the nfl paid commissioner $34 million for fiscal year 24th team is the last full year the league office will be required to disclose his conversation after become a for-profit enterprise last july. the conversation is down slightly from 35,000,044,002,012. the commissioner's contract is approved by the compensation committee made up of a group of nfl owners. a lot of money on the table. lauren: the final push for candidates is on at the latest poll shows donald trump and hillary clinton with big leads. >> they asked ted cruz who is unfit to be president, but these
are minor details. latest from the campaign. the order to help the fbi hack into the encrypted iphone of the san bernardino killer. throughout the developing stories. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets in breaking news. ♪ you focus on making great burgers, or building the best houses in town. or becoming the next highly-unlikely dotcom superstar. and us, we'll be right there with you, helping with the questions you need answered to get your brand new business started. we're legalzoom and we've already partnered with over a million new business owners to do just that.
i am transfixed and four nicole petallides. lauren: five. i had at the opening bell, dow futures up another 85 points, nasdaq futures at 25. asia stocks in japan lost another 1.3% overnight. saxon china at the 1%. all eyes on iran for oil traders. could be in the hands of iran is opec leaders meet in tehran. to push the country you will have been a miss from that meeting. oil prices 20 $9.80, a gain of 2.5%. jo: a decade ago the filibuster one of george w. bush. lauren: and a privacy versus terrorism case, apple ceo tim cook declaring apple will fight a judge's order to help the fbi hack into the encrypted iphone of the san bernardino killer.
we will have the story. lauren: this type did not win the prize at the westminster show. welcome to "fbn:am" the latest breaking news and what to expect today i had. jo: apple ii hack into an encrypted iphone in the december attack in san bernardino, california. apple ceo tim cook says this moment calls for public discussion of when are customers and people around the world, around the country to understand what is at stake. because the government ordered dangerous because apple is being asked to create a backdoor around the iphones encryption. he says that would be an unprecedented step that would threaten the security of customers worldwide. farouk and his wife killed 14 people at a holiday luncheon for coworkers late last year. the couple later died in a gun battle with the police.
jo: where four days away from the crucial gop primary in south carolina. the poll shows donald trump did in the race to 30% of support. ted cruz comes in second at 22% followed by florida senator marco rubio. florida governor jeb bush is ine followed by dr. ben carson in ohio governor john k. 79. while campaigning in the palmetto state, front runner donald chen continues to rival type whose. >> they asked ted cruz who is unfit to be president, but these are minor details. the senator just came out today from oklahoma who is a very highly respected senator says he is one of the most dishonest people is ever worked with. that is a statement. jo: senator cruz and other
candidates are making their final push for votes. >> our friends and allies and our enemies both while no america is back. >> every now and then they will capture one or these killers alive. and if we do, they are going to guantánamo. transfer the south carolina and republican the south carolina republican primary said saturday. we'll have complete coverage of the caucuses and the primary this saturday 6:00 p.m. eastern here in the fox business network. lauren: president obama fired back for threatening to block the eventual nominee to see the late supreme court justice antonin scalia. the senate has more than enough time to consider his choice and he will nominate someone into time. president obama speaking at a news conference found himself in an awkward position when asked about his attempt to 2006 as the u.s. senator to filibuster the nomination of conservative samuel alito.
>> justice alito is on the bench right now. i think historically if you look at it, regardless of what folks, particular senators have taken, there has been a basic understanding that the supreme court is different and each caucus may decide who is going to go, where and why, but they simply view that the vote come up and you make sure that a well-qualified candidate is able to join the bench, even if you don't particularly agree with them. lauren: justice scalia's body will lie in repose this friday. the figure will be held on saturday at the basilica of the national shrine of the immaculate conception in washington d.c. lauren: opec members are meeting in tehran to persuade iran to participate in a deal to freeze oil output levels. yesterday the top two producers agreeing to freeze production at january the most contingent on
other nations agreed to as well. now the pressure is on iran this morning. they are in tehran for talks with the iranian counterpart if they come to an agreement, it would be the first global oil deals in 15 years. we will see if they make any special arrangements. jo: let's see how this affects the global market action overnight. and they should come closed in a paper saying i had a bump of 1%. hang seng company can pass the down one and one 3%. lauren: is looking better here. when a 3% gain for the ftse. >> a big day yesterday for shares across the board. dow futures up 86 points. s&p up 11.5 and nasdaq up 25. lauren: the oil story continues to move markets. oil is up 2.8%. about 15 cents shy down $6 to
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sandra: welcome back, everybody. dow futures up 91 points at three days in a row if you're looking at the future board. s&p futures at 12. nasdaq 36. jo: you can see that 2.7% at 2981. go down half of a percent, down 550. american airlines causing the internet provider stack to drop 27% yesterday. the largest airline filing a lawsuit asking a judge to give official notice that america has received a better offer from a competitor. also a counteroffer which plans to submit one. >> airlines raising prices
again. if you plan your travel, jetblue raising their prices by $6 last week and other major airlines like delta united and american are following suit. the first to hike rates back in early january. the $6 type was matched by southwest from united and american. jetblue raise their fares earlier this month, but no major competitors rolled it right back. companies now looking at it data to identify at-risk workers who may run up health care costs. firms and insurers were both come in a stew anticipate worker health needs and recommend treatments for them. is that over the line? the data could include drug usage, shopping habits, credit scores, the goal is to get employees to improve their health as a way to lower dose but there's obviously huge privacy concerns here. employees have a choice and
participate in such programs, gerri willis will have borne the story of here on fox business network. jo: coming up, final push for presidential candidates is on in south carolina and nevada. but it poll showed donald trump and hillary clinton with equal ease. >> ted cruz is unfit to be president, but these are minor details. lauren: all the latest drama for the campaign trail and a stunning development of apple posted a judge's order to help the fbi hack into the encrypted iphone in the san bernardino killer. we will have that story is well. as i was checking the stock index futures up 90 points as oil goes up, s&p futures of 12.5 and nasdaq 27. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. was engineered...
lauren: breaking news this morning. the big push is on for the presidential candidates get the latest poll shows donald trump and hillary clinton at a glance. the latest from the campaign trail. good morning. thanks for joining us. i am lauren simonetti. jo: i am transfixed and for nicole petallides. listed dow futures ahead of the opening bell. we are up 100 points right now. nasdaq up about 30 points. the size we've seen throughout the show. stocks in japan lost a 1.3%, the stocks in china rose 1%. >> all eyes on iran for the first global oil deal in 15 years in the hands of iran is opec leaders meet in tehran right now to push the country to freeze output levels. any news from the meeting with oil prices now up almost 2.5% at 29.75.
lauren: president obama tries to defend his decision a decade ago to filibuster one of the choices for the supreme court. jo: a stunning development privacy versus terrorism case, tim cook will find a judge's order to help the fbi hack into the encrypted iphone of one of the san bernardino killers. will have a developing story soon. lauren: this dog did not win the top prize at the westminster dog show, but he did steal the show. welcome to "fbn:am", your look at the latest breaking is and what to expect a day ahead. jo: apple is opposing a government order to hack into an encrypted iphone belonged to one of the shooters in the december attack in san bernardino, california. apple ceo, tim cook, saying this mama cause for public discussion and we want our customers and people around the world to understand what is at stake. cook calls the order dangerous
as apple is being asked to create a backdoor into the iphones encryption and he says that with an unprecedented step. it would then threaten the security of all customers worldwide. he and his wife killed 14 people at a holiday luncheon for for luncheon for for works coworkers. the couple later died in a gunbattle with police late last year. four days away from the crucial gop primary in south carolina. a new cnn poll shows donald trump leading the race. followed by florida senator marco rubio. florida former governor jeb bush in place with ohio governor john casey. the poll was conducted before and after last saturday's debate but campaigning in south carolina, trump continues to slam cruise. >> they asked ted cruz who is unfit to be president, but these are minor details. i really believe that.
the senator just came out today, senator obama said he is one of the most dishonest people is ever worked with. lauren: senator cruz and other candidates making big final pushes for those. >> january 2017, our friends and allies and our enemies both will know america is back. >> every now and then we will capture one of these fillers on tread allies. they are going to guantánamo. >> a reminder with the republican primary saturday. jo: meanwhile, a poll shows hillary clinton topping bernie sanders by 18 points. the secretary of state gets 56% while the vermont senator has 38%. clinton is also meaning of civil rights leaders will sanders
campaigns in south carolina. >> carlin and many other communities across america to remind us that any view of black america that focuses and other challenges is missing so much. >> we are tired of establishment politics and we are tired of establishment economics. >> sanderson couldn't gear up for the presidential caucus held on saturday. >> complete coverage as well as the south carolina republican primary on saturday starting at 6:00 p.m. eastern right here on fox business network. jo: president obama fired back at republicans threatening to block the eventual nominee to sit to the late supreme court justice antonin scalia. the senate has more than enough time to consider his choice and he will nominate someone in due time.
he found himself in an upward position when asked about his own attempt in 2006 is u.s. senator to filibuster conservative justice alito. >> justice alito is on the bench right now. historically if you look at it, regardless of what those particular senators have taken, there's a basic understanding and basic consensus that the supreme court is different. and each caucus may decide who is going to vote, where and what, but basically you let the vote, period you make sure that a well-qualified candidate is able to join the bench, even if you don't particularly agree with them. jo: justice lewis body will lie in the funeral will be held saturday at the shrine of the immaculate conception in washington d.c.
lauren: president obama weighing in on the political fate of donald trump had >> i continue to believe mr. trump will not be president. the reason is because i have a lot of faith in the american people. and i think they recognize being president is a serious job. >> and president is not like a talk show or reality show. a lot of people count on him to do it right. here is what trump had to say to that. >> you are lucky i didn't buy a must-have and romney ran because he would've been a one term president. lauren: trump speak at a rally in beaufort south carolina when he made those comments. transfer the chinese military has to play to air missile system to one of his contested items according to civilian satellite imagery obtained by fox news. at a clinic in as president obama hosted 10 nation leaders in palm springs, california. many theaters are now concerned
over china's recent act committee in the south china sea. >> will continue to help our allies and discussed it when a dispute between claimants must be resolved peacefully. >> defense officials telling the pentagon is watching the developments in the south china sea very closely. lauren: opec members are meeting in tehran at this hour to persuade iran to participate in a deal to freeze oil output levels. yesterday the top two producers, saudi arabia and brescia did agree to freeze freeze production agenda doubles freeze production of january levels possessiveness contingent in other nations agreed to as well. on the pressure is on a grand or the venezuelan are in tehran for talks with their counterparts. if they get an agreement. this could be significant as the first global oil deal in 15 years. jo: what do you conduct a global market action overnight. in asia, south now up there with
a 1%. done across the. done across the board picked the nikkei lost 1.16%. lauren: europe stopped looking better. the ftse up 85 points, caci paid five-point. jo: futures continued to rise up 109 points for the dow futures are up now. s&p futures at 13, august 14 points and nasdaq up 31.7. lauren: the price of oil trying to get to $30 a barrel. 29.69 is the quote could go down five bucks. jo: neil pesch kari has worked to save the nation's largest banks. in his first speech as the federal reserve bank of minneapolis, he said it might be time to break them up. >> i believe the act did not go far enough. i believe the biggest banks are still too big to fail and continue to pose an ongoing large risk to our economy.
transfer you can see more this morning when he's a guest on "mornings with maria" at 7:00 p.m. eastern. lauren: disappointing news on the earnings front. according to bank of america, the worst quarter for gaining since back in 2009. 87% of companies now out with results. overall earnings per share expected to show a drop of 4% from a year ago. the strong dollar and also fears about a slowing chinese economy. transfer coming up, all the dogs came out to party last night. look at this. transfer will show you which dog won the dog show last night. it wasn't the crowd favorite, and we will have your wednesday forecast. as always, we are watching dow
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lauren: a stock market futures is wednesday morning up wednesday morning upon under six points building on the games this week at the nasdaq up 20 points. pushing dow futures higher, oil and gold you can see oil pushing higher at 2.2% down after the earlier highs. 29.69 is for oil is right now. gold came back about $5.20.
lauren: america has a new top dog. cj to german short haired pointer taking top honors last night. the 3-year-old read-out nearly three dozen other contestants. to them the countries most prestigious talk show. it was another dog who stole the show. he kept gnawing at the suit pocket of his hand there while he made his way around the rings at a playful pup didn't win any awards, but quickly became a crowd favorite. when asked about what treat was in the left pocket, his handlers said nothing. the foot was on the other side. before you head out the door, let's look at wednesday's forecast that fox made maria molina. reporter: good morning. videos of puppies and doubts. let's look at the weather conditions across the country
because we have some quieter conditions across the eastern u.s. the storm system brought ice and snow and it is some slippery road race early this morning. something we have to watch out for. precipitation is over and done with with lingering showers across north carolina and snow showers throughout the day today. a more significant storm system impacting parts of the west and could bring more than a foot of snow to the allegations and also the cascades to be careful out there if you travel through any passes. temperature is not too bad across the country. the exception is minneapolis. 17 degrees this morning and you're all in the 20s in places like chicago and cleveland this morning. as we head into this afternoon, across the plains who are incredibly mild and going to stay that way as they head into this weekend. take a literature high-temperature is, possibly
jo: let's look at the european markets and how they are trading across the board. the ftse amounted up 84 points. cac at 82 and the dax up 160 points helping push up at the price of oil. dow futures down off of the earlier highs, but up 100 points now and all the oil story we see here, oil continues to rise this morning up to a month or% to 29.71. story ahead as we head into the market. maria: thanks so much. happy wednesday to you. good morning. i maria bartiromo.
it is wednesday, figure 17. with me, fox business dagen mcdowell and skye bridge capital founder host, anthony scaramucci. congratulations. your top stories at 6:00 a.m. on the east coast. we are days away from the republican primary. the democratic caucus in nevada. polls show in donald trump and hillary clinton firmly in the lead. president obama facing questions this morning on the 2016 race. yesterday afternoon be ramped up his rhetoric against the gop. listen. >> i continue to believe mr. trump will not be president. the reason is i have a lot of faith in the american people and i think they recognize that being president is a serious job. it is not hosting a talk show or a reality show.
it is not promotion. it is not marketing. it is hard. maria: more on that straightahead. the battle between privacy and national security. the government ordered an apple to hack into the encrypted iphone up one of the san bernardino attackers. apple is saying not so fast. tim caucus pushing back. he wrote that the companies being asked to build a backdoor to the iphone. the move would have implications far beyond the legal change again. the banking sector in minneapolis federal reserve president neel kashkari. >> i believe the act did not go far enough. the biggest banks are still too big to fail and continue to pose an ongoing large risk to our economy. date from the goldman sachs executive. bernie sanders was