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>> lauren: breaking news this morning, marco rubio and ted cruz battle to take on donald trump in nevada while hillary clinton heads to texas for eye on supertuesday. >> nicole: stocks to add to those gains. check it out. u.s. stock market futures. dow futures 208 points. s&p up 24. >> lauren: in asia stocks higher, nikkei 1%. stocks in china up 2.3% by rising oil and stock regulator to oversee chinese investors. >> nicole: right now $30.63.
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>> lauren: was he serving uber passengers, the latest. >> nicole: victims of san bernardino shooting, iphone used by one of the terrorists. >> lauren: daytona 500 came down to a photo finish. we will have all the highlights coming up. welcome to fbn:am, first look at morning markets, breaking news and what to expect for the day ahead. >> nicole: well, to kick it off to the republican presidential candidates, donald trump's strong performance in south carolina helped him in double-digit victory. >> when i entered this chris, i wasn't expected to win south
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carolina, i was supposed to, you know, not even think about winning. that was a number months ago. one speech and they fell in love with them and i i feel in love with them. >> you have donald trump sitting at around 30% or so nationally, sometimes over and under and 70% of the electorate did not support donald trump. as this race continues to narrow, that will be easier and easier, so that's why i feel so good. >> nicole: texas senator ted cruz continues to slam his rivals. >> we saw with both donald trump and marco rubio that their response, whenever you point is just yell, liar, liar, it's
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really remarkable to see two candidates making things up and putting things out if which there's no evidence or no basis. >> nicole: kasich is focusing on resources on states in the midwest and northwest baa host contest next month. >> this is a long way to go and i think there's 51 elections that are yet to go in this whole cycle, so we feel like we are moving on. we think it is a four-man race and when people take a good hard look at the experience i've had and there's another thing, maria, that's happening, people in the country are finally begin to go hear me. >> nicole: nevada caucuses are tomorrow and 11 states will hold primaries on supertuesday, march first, make sure you stay with us on gop coverage of nevada caucuses tomorrow tarting 11:00 p.m. eastern time. >> lauren: hillary clinton and
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bernie sanders fighting for votes in south carolina. this saturday after secretary of state beat senator in the nevada caucuses. >> it was fought hard for the team that had been for months and the thousands of volunteers who really got to work, we saw so much great activity the last week and it turned out to be more than enough. >> i'm proud of the campaign that we ran. i wish we could have done a little bit better. at the end of the day she gets 19 delegates and i get 15, we move on to the next state. >> lauren: state department released a new batch of clinton emails, of those 64 contain classified information. now the next batch is set to be released the day before the south carolina primary. >> nicole: and overseas, a series of bombings killing about 130 people in syria.
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isis has claimed responsibility for the attacks and more than 200 others wounded. this comes as u.s. secretary john kerry says a provisional agreement has been reached on a sensation of hostility in the country. has been hit with a wave of attacks in recent months. >> lauren: obama administration reportedly held secret talks with north korea before the country's nuclear test. the wall street journal reports, the u.s. was considering to drop denaturalization, the journal say it is diplomatic effort was ended by pyneng nuclear test last month. it was the north koreans who proposed discussing a peace treaty. >> nicole: uber driver suspected in shooting, expected to be
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arrain today on murder charges. 45-year-old fatally shot six people, wounded two others in three apparently random incidents around the city over the weekend. >> there is no connection that we are aware of between three different sets of victims to each other or any of the victims to mr. dalton. >> nicole: streamed to a kalamazoo to honor victims. dalton had no criminal record. >> lauren: that's a tough story. we have new developments between am and the u.s. government over encrypted iphone used by terrorist in san bernardino attack. some oh the victims to force apple to unlock the iphone. lawyer for the victims says his
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clients want to know how such an attack could cap. cofounder papal weighing in on the issue with maria bartiromo, listen. >> maria: do you think that am were to open just this phone, that would create back doors for others have access to our information? >> if they hand to can opener, so to say, to the fbi, yes. >> lauren: apple opposes demand, is scheduled to file first legal arguments on friday. we will take a closer look at the issue when attorney larson joins on mornings with maria. >> nicole: asia looking at stocks there, all up arrows there. shanghai composite, up 2.3%. that's the big mover for the day.
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kospi with a slight gain. >> lauren: setting stage for early morning rally in europe. ftse up 88 points and dax 185 points this morning. >> nicole: u.s. stock market futures still looking higher. carrying the trend. dow up 202 points. just like s&p 2.2%. nasdaq up 56. >> lauren: big reason for arrows is 3% pop in the price of crude, up almost a buck to $30 and 62 cents right now. gold is giving back at 12.05 a troy ounce. >> nicole: dramatic move of the pound as there talk about british exit. euros and japanese yen, those are all weaker against the greenback this morning. >> lauren: the yield standing
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just under 2%. we will bring you that quote when we have have it. >> nicole: yahoo is hiring for defending investors, explore potential sale of core business without direct input from ceo marisa myer, yahoo has started to approach perspective bidders, mayer has been scrambling for stall turnaround. but that probably won't be in the housing sector, we get sales of existing and new homes, they're both expected to dip in january. durable goods could get a boost along with stronger demand for jumbo jets. fourth quarter domestic product. economists are looking for increase, that would be down
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from the initial estimate which was 7 tenths of 1%. federal reserve will be watching all of that data to see if the u.s. economy is healthy enough to continue raising interest rates. >> nicole: investors will be checking the financial health but the stock has fallen out of step with investors. since it peaked in august, shares at 7%, even if fitbit delivers on the improved results, they likely won't do much to change outlook that has crushed the stock. fitbit looks like a one-hit wond ner the market. it's only getting more competitive. >> lauren: here is a look at the head lines, u.s. fights encryption and helps developing. agency developing encryption tools even after fbi battles for
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encrypted iphone. drive bold shipping on hold. shipping companies try to weather the worst downturn in decades. psychiatric say lacked mental capacity, specially who examined red stone said he lacked mental capacity according to court documents. >> nicole: coming up polarized once again. >> come on, you're going to leave me all alone with josé canseco? >> nicole: in sports the daytona 500 came down to the wire. >> i don't know where that came from. i don't know what happened. i can't figure out what i did. it all just came together. >> nicole: well, certainly a photo finish. we have that.
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who came from behind to win the northern trust open. we have all the highlights for you. let's check out u.s. stock market futures, up 202 points for the dow, s&p 23, nasdaq up 56. you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news.
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>> i don't have time, besides, nobody was getting hurt. that guy was up there before we got here. >> lauren: superhero beat out the competition once again at the box office. snagged another 55 million making it the highest grossing x men movie of all time, the top r-rated title in history. you have hung if you think 3, taking second place with 12 and a half million dollars. the new new comer risen after the passion of the christ. the witch with $8.6 million and rounding up to top five the
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comedy how to be single with $8.2 million. i have not seen any of the movies. >> nicole: me neither. we saw shanghai composite. hang seng up and kospi with a gain too. >> lauren: look at this. the ftse is one and a quarter percent. >> nicole: gain 418 points over two and a half percent and look at this, still moving, higher, up 200 points today and s&p 500, these are the futures up 23. >> lauren: best week for stocks of the year on friday. let's show you key commodities this morning. that's a gain 3.3% and gold 12.05 an ounce. >> nicole: let's take a look at the world of sports.
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hamlin won by a 100th of a second in a photo finish. closest in nascar history. daring move on the final lap to cut in between two cars and squeeze by for this victory. this is first daytona 500 victory in ten tries at this event. it ends 23-year drought. with just four holes to play, two shots behind by just one stroke holding out adam scott for the victory. second time in three years that he has won in riviera. he moves the number four in the world. new orleans pelcan record by scoring 59 points against the pis tone. previous was 50 points by jamal 50 --
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>> lauren: you like muscle cars from 1970's and 80's are showing strength this year. up 30% from last year. experts say muscle cars from recovered from a crashing value and this keeps many collectors from offering their cars for sale. i'm thinking the cars from mime vice. just saying. >> nicole: i love them, i love them. the battle for the white house as candidates gear up for nevada caucuses supertuesday next week. >> i guess i have very talented people. >> nicole: uber driver in
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to add to those gains. check this out, dow futures 204 points, nasdaq 56. >> nicole: in asia stocks rose by rice of crude oil prices, nikkei almost 1% and new stock regulator to oversea anxious investors. >> lauren: let's look at the oil prices that are firming, 3.6%. >> nicole: we are checking out oil. uber driver in michigan suspected in random killing of six people, was he fairing uber passengers in between the killings? we will have the latest on that story. >> lauren: new development on battle between apple and fbi. >> nicole: and in sports the daytona 500 dame down to a photo finish and in gulf a come from
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behind win this weekend. we will have all the highlights for you certainly. welcome to welcome to fbn:am, first look at morning markets, breaking news and what to expect for the day ahead. >> lauren: republican presidential candidates gearing up for nevada caucus after donald trump's strong performance in south carolina helped him nudge a victory. >> that was like a number of months ago, i went there and made one speech and they fell in love with me and i feel in love with them. >> lauren: makes him a viable alternative to established republican. >> you have donald trump sitting at around 30% or so nationally, sometimes under and sometimes over, 70% of the republican electorate doesn't support donald trump. that 70 pr divided up to people.
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if this continues to narrow it'll be easier, that's why i feel so good. >> lauren: texas senator ted cruz continued to slam his rivals. >> we saw with both donald trump and marco rubio that their response whenever you point to anything in their record is just to yell, liar, liar, liar and to get personal and to make direct character attacks. it's really remarkable to see two cant díaz, trump and rubio making things up for which there's no evidence or basis. >> lauren: john kasich is focusing on the midwest and northeast that host contest next week. this is a long way to go. there's 51 elections that are yet to go in this whole cycle, so we feel like we are moving on, we think it is a four-man race and when people take a good hard look at the experience i've had and there's another thing,
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maria, that's happening, people in the country are finally begin to go hear me. >> lauren: nevada republican caucus are tomorrow and 11 states will hold primaries or caucuses on march first, supertuesday, make sure to stay with fox business for our coverage of the nevada caucus storm starting at 11:00 p.m. eastern time. >> nicole: on the democratic side hillary clinton and bernie sanders fighting for votes in south carolina. the state's democratic primary is this saturday and this comes after the former secretary of state beat the vermont senator over the weekend. >> it was hard fought and i just can't say enough about the team on the ground who had been there for months and thousands and thousands volunteers who really got to work, we saw so much great activity in the last week and it turned out to be more than enough. >> i'm proud of the campaign that we ran, i wish that we could have done a little bit better, at the end of the day
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she gets 19 delegates, we get 15 delegates, we move on to the next states. >> nicole: state department releasing new batch of clinton emails last friday. of those, 64 contain classified information. the next batch is set to be released the day before the south carolina primary. >> lauren: suspect in shooting is expected to be arraigned today on murder charges. jason dalton fatally shot six people and wounded two others in three incidents around the city over the weekend. >> there is no connection that we are aware of between the three different sets of victims to each other or any of the victims to mr. dalton. >> lauren: dalton was a driver for uber, he had no criminal record.
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>> nicole: get you caught up on global market action overnight. shanghai composite of 2.3% and hang seng and nikkei 1% each and kospi up one tenth of 1%. >> lauren: let's flip it over to europe. one and a quarter percent. dax is up just about 2%. >> nicole: one of the banks did not do very well in the numbers there. looking at u.s. stock market futures. we have been talking about it. best week last week and up arrows again. s&p futures up 23. >> lauren: oil prices up 3.6%. more than a dollar, gold is down more than 2% to 12.04. >> nicole: employee has been fired after posing an open letter to company ceo. 23-year-old was not able to afford food with her entry-level
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salary she makes at yelp, james said she rented an apartment 30 miles away from the san francisco office with struggles to afford rent making 12.25 an hour, james says she has to come up with 200 bucks in transportation fees. the yelp ceo said that the letter was not reason for dismissal. >> lauren: big on virtual reality. we will have the story for you. facebook ceo mark zuckerberg making appearance, facebook announcing plans to connect virtual reality to social interactions, we will have the latest on facebook's big push. dow futures popping. nasdaq futures up 55. thanks for joining us, you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news. keep it here.
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>> lauren: welcome back. let's take a look at u.s. stock market futures. dow 196 points. nasdaq 54 after turning the best week of 2016 last week on percentage basis. >> nicole: yeah, on a different note here we saw oil snap two-week losing streak, right now higher at about a buck and gold four-week winning streak dropped nine bucks and today down once again. 12.04 an ounce. >> lauren: let's talk virtual reality. facebook is trying to bring social interactions into the world of reality, came up with others for possibility. virtual reality is the next major computing after smartphone and devices. it would be as common connecting
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friends and family all over the world. it plans to bring the streaming technology for 360-degree video to samsung gear in the coming weeks. >> nicole: pretty cool. speaking of sam going gear vr, it's getting an addition that will make your head spin. >> lauren: literally. >> nicole: 360 videos, has camera on the front and back which create videos that can be reviewed. samsung unveiled in barcelona, spain where the company also announced their new phone, the galaxy s7 and that phone will be released on march 11th, if you're waiting for that one. gear 360 is set to be released later this year. >> my >> lauren: my head is spinning from the 360 talk. meanwhile, we have a softer side of donald trump.
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>> well, i guess you can always restock. i have talented people. >> lauren: uber driver in michigan suspected in random killing of six people. was he serving uber agers in between the killings, we will have the latest there. dow futures up 195 points. you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪ ♪
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>> lauren: marco rubio and ted cruz battle to take on donald trump in nevada while hillary clinton heads to texas with an eye towards supertuesday. good monday morning, everybody, i'm lauren simonetti. >> nicole: good morning, everybody, i'm nicole petallides. after the biggest weekly percentage gain of the year last week, stocks are looking pretty good. they are adding to that this morning. checking out u.s. stock market futures this morning. dow futures up 192, s&p up 22 and nasdaq up 53. >> lauren: in asia stocks rose. nikkei up about 1% while stocks in china lifted by oil prices and new stock regulator to oversee anxious investors pushing shanghai investors 2.3%. >> nicole: look at this, up 3.3%. a buck at 30.63 a barrel. >> lauren: uber driver in michigan suspected of random
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killing of six people, was he serving passengers in between the six killings? >> nicole: victims in the san bernardo plan to support the fbi's attempt to unlock the iphone used by one of the terrorists. >> lauren: daytona 500 came down to a photo finish. come-from-behind win. we will have the the highlights coming up. welcome to fbn:am, first look at morning markets, breaking news and what to expect for the day ahead. >> nicole: republican presidential candidates gearing up for nevada caucuses this after donald trump's strong performance in south carolina helped hip? a. no a -- >> help him nudge a victory.
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>> those people are incredible by the way. >> nicole: florida senator marco rubio is hoping his second finish in south carolina makes him viable alternative to establishment republican. >> you have donald trump sitting at about 30% sometimes under and sometimes over. you have 70% of the electorate does not support donald trump that. 70% has been divided between five to seven people. as this race continues to narrow, that would be easier and easier and that's why i feel so good. >> nicole: ted cruz who finished in narrow third behind rubio continues to slam his rival. >> we saw with both donald trump and marco rubio that their response whenever you point to anything in their record is just to yell, liar, liar, liar and to get very personal and to make direct character attacks. it's really remarkable to see two candidates trump and rubio making things up and putting things out for which there is no evidence and no basis.
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>> lauren: ohio governor is refusing states in the midwest and northeast that hold next week. >> this is a long way to go. 51 elections that are yet to go in this whole cycle. so we feel like we are moving on. we feel it is a four-man race. when people take a good hard look at the experience i've had and there's another thing, maria, that's happening. people in the country are begin to go hear me. >> lauren: nevada republican caucuses are tomorrow and then 11 states hold primaries caucuses on supertuesday, march first, make sure to stay with us, fox business for complete coverage for nevada caucuses, 11:00 p.m. eastern time. >> nicole: on democratic side hillary clinton and bernie sanders fighting for votes in south carolina. the state's democratic primary is this saturday and this comes after the former secretary of state beat the vermont senator in the nevada caucuses over the
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weekend. >> it was hard fought and i can't say enough about the team on the ground who had been there for months and the thousands and thousands of volunteer who is really got to work. we saw so much great activity the last week and it turned out to be more than enough. >> i'm proud of the campaign that we ran. i wish we could have done a little bit better but at tend of the day she gets 19 delegates and we get 15 delegates and we move on to the next state. >> nicole: state department release a new batch of emails last month. the next batch is set to be released the day before the south carolina primary. >> lauren: suspect in a shooting rampage in michigan is expected to be arraigned today on murder charges, police say this man 45-year-old jason dalton fatally shot six people and wounded two others around the city over the weekend.
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>> there is no connection that we are aware of between the three different sets of victims to each other or any of the victims to mr. dalton. >> lauren: mourners streamed to honor victims and help resident cope. dalton was a driver for uber. he had no criminal record. michigan investigating whether he was carrying passengers between the shootings. >> nicole: new development over encrypted iphone used by one of the terrorists in the san bernardino attacks. some of the victims will file a legal brief in support of the fbi's at the same time to force apple to unlock the iphone. his clients want to know how such an attack could happen, the cofounder of papal weighing in on the issue with our own maria bartiromo on sunday morning futures. >> maria: if apple were to just open this one phone that that
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would create a back door for others to -- to have access to our information? >> if they hand the can opener, so to say, to the fbi, yes, if they don't, presumably they can destroy the second they use it once. >> nicole: apple with legal arguments on thursday. >> lauren: let's do a market check. in asia great day, stocks closing sharply higher. you have the shanghai up 2.35% and the kospi up as well. >> nicole: all up arrows in europe as well. look at this, ftse 1.1%, cac 1.6% and dax nearly 2 percentage
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points. >> lauren: dow higher about 190 points this morning and s&p about 22. >> nicole: gold is at 12.05 troy ounce. >> lauren: yahoo is hiring advisers, new york post is reporting that the development even as yahoo forms independent committee, without direct input from ceo marisa myer, sources say yahoo has start today approach prospective bidders which includes verizon, at&t and comcast. no comment from yahoo. >> nicole: investors will be checking checking the financial health of fitbit later today. the stock has fallen out of step with investors since it peaked in august.
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even if fitbit delivers on improved results, they likely won't do much to change outlook that has crush it had stocks according to analysts. analysts says look like one-hit wonder in the market. it's only getting more competitive. >> lauren: coming up box office champ polarizing once again. >> you're going to leave me all alone with josé canseco? >> lauren: who did it beat out this weekend? we will tell you. specially muscle cars from the 1970's and 80's. checking u.s. stock market futures. dow future up 198 and nasdaq 52. can't wait to see those cars. you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news.
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>> we can't allow this. >> i don't have time. besides nobody is getting hurt. that guy was up there before we got here. >> nicole: superhero beat out the competition once again. the comic book film snagged $55 million in the second weekend at the box office making it the highest grossing x-men movie of all time. the film is expected to top the
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top rated r film tiet until history. jack black kung fu panda 3 showing staying power in second place with $12.5 million. in third place new comer risen, making it one of top debut ever after the passionate of the christ. the witch with $8.6 million. rounding top five is a commodity how to -- comedy how to be single. >> lauren: u.s. stock market futures looking pretty good. dow futures higher, s&p 21 and a half and nasdaq up 52. great way to start the monday morning and the week. >> nicole: oil and stocks continue there, obviously move together because oil once again 3.2% again. at 30.61 the barrel as gold dropped $26 at 12.04 a troy ounce.
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>> lauren: races don't get any closer than this. hamlin won the daytona 500 with a photo finish, the closest in nascar history. daring move on the final lap and squeeze by for the win. first win in ten tries at the event. a 23-year drought for team owner. watson from two shots behind to win northern trust open, just one stroke holding off adam scott, this is the second time in three years that watson has won at riviera. he also moved back to number four. recently cut by trail blazers after being traded away from caf al icer, spent all 12 seasons with cleveland with 71 playoff games under his belt.
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he missed last year's postseason with the cavs. sales of classic cars specially 1970's and 80's showing strength in auctions this year. reportedly audiotape about 30% from 2015. experts say muscle cars have recovered from a crash in value during great recession and this now keeps many collectors from offering their cars for sale and holding onto them. looking good, looking hot. >> lauren: pretty hot. before you head out the morning let's take a look at the monday forecast with mornings with fox meteorologist maria molina. >> maria: the rain right now located across eastern texas, parts of louisiana and southern arkansas and we are also going to be seeing the risk of severe storms.
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something to keep a close watch on. threat will continue east ward and continue to increase, nonetheless, today you have risk for damaging winds and even some isolated tornadoes across the south western parts of texas. otherwise current temperatures across the nation not too bad for this time of the year. at least in my opinion. 30 in minneapolis and even farther east in new york city at 39-degrees and those temperatures later on this afternoon will continue to climb possibly 40 in chicago and across parts of southern plains and southern u.s., temperatures mild for this time of the year reaching 60's and 70's across the widespread area. let's head it over to you. >> lauren: i like it, a mild winter. >> nicole: coming up we will run down global market action before we hand it over to mornings with
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arrows, the best of the bunch dax and we are seeing that the cac is up 1 and a half percent and ftse gaining 1.1%. right here at home, after the best week on wall street for the year 2016, we are all giving it all back, in fact, up arrows this morning. just off the highs in the morning, still with up arrows, 180 for dow futures and s&p futures up 21, all three major averages gains 1% or more. we do see trend for commodities continuing. oil continues to move higher, 30.61 a barrel as gold pulls back about $25. looking at currency, pound crashing here. we've seen the pressure there. the euro and yen also weaker against the greenback and looking here at the ten-year, just below 2% line. we are going to turn it over to maria bartiromo and mornings with maria because that begins right now. >> maria: hey, there nicole. happy monday. it is monday february 22nd w me this morning mike murphy, fox
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business network dagen mcdowell and new york attorney joe as well as strategic bob dall. your stop stories at 6:00 a.m. in east coast. donald trump pulling out a huge win this weekend. republican candidates focus on tomorrow's nevada caucus. the field now thinner by one with jeb bush suspending campaign this weekend after performances in palmetto state. donald trump has set fight on marco rubio, republican front uner why he believes rubio and cruz may be ineligible for the presidency. >> i think the lawyers have to determine that not so much with marco, i'm not really that familiar with marco's circumstances. >> why retweet it? >> because i'm not sure. let people make their own determination. >> maria: hillary clinton speaking out, squeaking a win
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over the nevada caucus with south carolina up this weekend. a fresh round of clinton emails were released revealing that the former secretary of state was not pleased to cut hampton's vacation short for a crucial meeting for future of libya. we will be speaking with ben&jerry's founder later on in the program. stay with us for that. the man being accused of fatally shooting six people in kalamazoo, michigan has con confirmed of a uber driver who was reportedly picking up fairs during rampage. random in parking lots, outside the apartment building and cracker barrel restaurant. fbi director think agencies demand that apple break into the iphones of the accused san bernardino terrorists it's all about justice for the victim offense the horrific attack. apple still pushing back on this

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