>> if you listen to the pundits come over and expected to win too much. now we are winning the country. nicole: breaking news. donald trump went to nevada, taken over 40% of the vote in a battle for second place between ted cruz america rubio. still too close to call. good morning. i am lauren simonetti. nicole: i and nicole petallides. we will break down who voted for the candidates and record turnout in the nevada caucuses. lauren: after yesterday's 180 pullback, let's take a look at u.s. stock markets. dow futures down 64 points. nasdaq futures down 24.
nicole: mx picture with the nikkei losing .85%. shanghai stacks up 0.8%. oil prices retreated once again after the minister baldock production cuts. go down 2.6% to $31 a barrel. nicole: deadly tornadoes they been at least two people dead. we'll have the latest on the web but there appeared train for the battle between apple and the fbi on capitol hill. both sides using congress to get involved. welcome to "fbn:am," the first look at today's markets come in the latest breaking news in what to expect the day ahead. nicole: donald trump winning caucuses by a large margin. he gets 46%. florida senator marco rubio and texas senator ted cruz are battling for second place right now. berger has 24%, cruz received 21%.
carson, kasich 5%. trump celebrating his third consecutive day jury with a prediction that he will soon hear the gop presidential nomination. >> we one evangelicals. we won with old. we wanted highly educated. we won with poorly educated. i love the poorly educated. it's hard for me to turn down money because that's what i've been doing my whole life. i've grab, grab, grab. i'll tell you what i'm going to do. we could repeat. now we are going to get greedy for the united states. we are beating the governor. it is good. mexico is going to pay for the wall. they will be very, very thrilled to be paying for the wall. you are going to be proud of your president and even prouder of your country, okay?
lauren: peter burns in las vegas has more. >> tram supporters felt that his third big jury in a row here in nevada at the nevada caucus where trump one with yet another large margin over his rivals. >> i just want to say it is a great data may have great people and i was so proud. i went to caucus. i was all over the place tonight. the people are amazing, the enthusiasm is unbelievable to see. the people of this country are absolutely amazing. i love you folks very much. remember, make america great again. we are going to do it and it's going to happen fast. >> trump is to take advantage of this momentum to lock up the nomination. he plans visits to more than two dozen cities over the next three weeks starting today in virginia
and on to texas later this week. back to you in new york. >> thank you so much. but take a look at the entrance poll data. the most important vote 29% government spending as immigration and terrorism. senator marco rubio did well among voters. 13 points more than senator ted cruz. rubio benefiting from turmoil since a carolina. cruz was the top choice for a candidate who shared nevada republican values and a solid 42% for rubio and 20% for trump. nicole: donald trump picked up the most support at 41%. trump also doing well among voters who see themselves as very conservative. republican presidential
front-runner carbon 38% to cruz 34%. lauren: hillary clinton and bernie sanders making a case that the town hall for why they should be the next president. trying to undermine president obama. >> this is on top of the birth or ratio, which we heard from donald trump and others i'm a racist effort to try to delegitimize the president of the united states. can you imagine not? he wasn't born in the united states, which is not dense. >> hillary clinton supports the center on time of day, cuba. >> the president is right to close it. it is a continuing group meant, advertisement for terrorists.tw.
a watchdog group said request testimony from the department aids in connection with the private e-mail server. the decision could eventually lead to a subpoena for hillary clinton. here's the head of the judicial watch on lou dobbs tonight. >> these are not mrs. clinton backers. these are taxpayer records that should have been produced of other requesters. all of those were thwarted or what she was doing with a separate e-mail system. nicole: judicial watch is seeking information about whether clinton engraved intentionally dodge public record laws by using a private e-mails every. state department officials says the department is aware of the order and it is reviewing it. but declined to comment further citing the ongoing litigation. severe weather with possible
tornadoes ripping through the south yesterday, killing three people in louisiana. describing the devastation. >> asking for prayers. seven critical injuries we are aware of. roughly 30 plus injuries. to what degree, i don't know. people were able to walk out of the debris. lauren: 160 small trailers were damaged as well. nicole: the political battle to replace antonin scalia is heating up. key republican senators vowing not to vote or even hold a hearing on any supreme court nominee but president obama. the move puts the replacement process in a holding pattern for now. though some gop lawmakers appeared to waver in recent days to consider a nominee, currently some of the leaders there are
largely coming together yesterday. we will see every republican on the judiciary committee signing a letter not to hold a hearing until the next president is sworn into office. >> china has deployed fighter jets to the south china sea. the fox visit was to live learning fighter jets were it to the same island or china deployed surface to air missiles last week at the move will increase tension in the region. the escalation feminists have pictures date john kerry hosted his counterpart at the state department. kerry wanted china to end its militarization of the contested islands have refused to bring the country directly for the military buildup in the south china sea. nicole: there is a new ride from the zika virus. authorities in the united states said they are investigating 14 cases of zika possibly being transmitted by sex, including two pregnant women. they believe it to be extremely
rare. only a few cases have been documented. if confirmed, the high number would have major implications for controlling the virus usually spread by mosquitoes and there is no cure. lauren: at saudi arabia's oil minister is confident more nations to join the path to freeze output at existing levels, google.production has been major crude producers anytime soon. at a conference in houston, it pushed up prices to the lowest levels in more than a decade should be held over time by growing support for the production freeze hezbollah stronger consumer demand. we emphasize production cut, however, the cuts are not going to happen. true to the legal back and forth between apple and the justice department has now spread to congress. those guys are asking lawmakers to dictate when tech companies must provide law enforcement with access to customer's private data. they are also now forced that
new court documents revealed there are as many as 13 different apple devices currently subject to court order by the fbi. on caputo coast-to-coast, for michael hayden, cia former director said he favors the side of security. >> you can argue on privacy grounds. i actually think america is more secure with end-to-end and the old encryption available to all americans. even admitting that will make the fbi's job and from time to time the nsa's job harder to do in specific circumstances. nicole: stayed sure to tune in to "cavuto coast-to-coast" for neil's interview with apple's attorney ted olson. lauren: let's get you caught up on global market action. stocks close. the shanghai up 9%, hang seng down 1%, nikkei down .9% and the coffee down fractionally. in nicole: in europe all the major
averages are down. ftse down one and a quarter%. dax, worst of the bunch down 1.8%. lauren: lower oil prices for the mining companies are waiting there. he was stopped market our futures trading down 93.2 the second day. s&p futures on the lebanon msf 31. nicole: it's all about oil is oil pulls back about 3% late on equities around the globe. local gains over $10 at 1233 a troy ounce. lauren: the dollar traded against key currencies. this japanese yen versus the u.s. dollar. trading under 140. nicole: the yield on the 10 year treasury, 1.71%. lauren: coming up, donald trump walks away with a big witness said cruz and marco rubio rattled off for second place.
>> the undeniable reality of the first four states have shown us that the campaign that has the donald trump and the only campaign that can beat donald trump is this campaign. [cheers and applause] lauren: little rundown who got the votes. the saudi minister rules out any production cut. will tell you how that plays out. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. stay with us. ♪
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the roadchip to food safety starts at foodsafety.gov. >> tonight, i will sleep a night bad for the time in a month. and then it will be back in the campaign trail in texas and all across super tuesday, energizing and building fabric and coalition, the courageous conservatives, libertarians, evangelicals, young people and reagan democrats are coming together. nicole: texas senator ted cruz speaking in las vegas last night. a tight battle with marker would be a nevada caucuses after donald trump takes his straight win in the gop race. fox news is life in las vegas.
any surprises here? >> one of the surprises from what we are gathering from the tally still coming in his ted cruz garnered more of the mormon vote rather than darker rubio, which is good, especially considering his endorse it by mitt romney. forever on her donald trump maintained his lead to the nomination after winning his third contests in a row. as a result coming, we can show where things stand right now. trumpet the commanding lead. you can see the numbers they are. senator mark are reviewing ted cruz is too close to call. as of right now, and this will change coming about as 30 delegates awarded proportionally stand like this. 12 delegates to mr. trump, five easter rubio, cruise, dr. kirsten and then the 790. he doubled down on his trump for illegal immigration.
>> a noah, i know, we all know it. we have a trade deficit with mexico. i will talk to them. they will be very, very thrilled. they will be thrilled to be paid for the wall. reporter: santa cruz has been a force battle to be the trump alternative thanked his supporters to keeping him in a three-man race. >> tonight we are one step closer to morning in america. we are one step closer to turning the pages on the failures of the obama clinton disaster and getting back to the constitution and the getting to free-market principles, getting back to the unbelievable opportunity that is the american dream. reporter: long before the caucus doors even opened, marco rubio was on it planned to campaign in minnesota and michigan.
on the ballot here, they're actually the names of the leading candidates, six of whom have dropped out. they could garner votes. the tallies are still coming in. if for some reason one of those candidates, jeb lesh, reaches the threshold of 3.33% of the vote, they would get a delegate. they would be awarded a delegate that they could decipher that would go. nicole: that's an interesting point. very early in las vegas. thank you. lauren: let's get you caught up in global market action overnight. the shanghai composite of .9%, but down arrows for the others had hang seng down 1%. nicole: in europe, alternatives across the board. we are seeing some accelerated filing of germany. d. eckstein 2%, cac down 1.7%. lauren: tout features some 118 points, s&p futures on 12 and three quarters.
nicole: oil pulls back over 3%. it is done 96 and a barrel. safe haven of gold higher by about $1 at 1233 joining us. lauren: coming up, donald trump runs away with the nevada caucuses. >> you know what i'm really happy about? i've been sainted along time. 46% with the hispanics. [cheers and applause] lauren: now it is on to super tuesday. the battle between apple and the fbi about unlocking a phone use by terrorists, both sides urging congress to get involved. we'll have that story. dow futures on 113 points. nasdaq futures down 34. you are watching "fbn:am" this morning. almost at the weekend. your first look at morning markets and breaking news. stay with us.
>> if you listen to the pundits, we weren't expected to win to match. now we are winning, winning, winning the country. nicole: breaking news this morning. donald trump wins big in the vatican is taking 40% of the vote. a battle for second place between ted cruise than darker rubio. still too close to call. good morning. and nicole petallides. lauren: good morning, nicole. i am lauren simonetti. we will see who one in the nevada caucuses. nicole: 188 points for the dow jones industrial average today. down 110-point good s&p futures on 12.
lauren: in asia, japan's nikkei down .9%. china shanghai up 0.9%. nicole: checking out oil, the reason we're moving down the way we have been. $30.94 a barrel. lauren: deadly tornadoes that at least three people dead. we will have the latest on the wet weather. train to the battle between apple and the fbi over unlocking a cell phone use by a terrorist on capitol hill. welcome to "fbn:am," your first look at today's markets, latest breaking news and what to expect the day ahead. lauren: breaking news this morning. donald trump when he nevada caucuses by large margin. he gets 46 are sent. marker reviewing ted cruz are battling right now for second place to reveal his 24%, cruise 21%. ohio governor john kasich at 5%. trump celebrating his third
consecutive fit three with a prediction feels insecure the gop presidential nomination. >> we want the evangelicals. we want with young. we won by its old. we wanted highly educated. we won with poorly educated. i love the poorly educated. it's hard for me to turn down money. it's what i've done my whole life. i grab, grab, grab. i want money, money. i'll tell you what we are going to do. now we are going to get greedy for the united states. we are going to grab and grab. we made in the governor. it's always nice to be beating the governor. mexico is going to pay for the wall. they will be very, very thrilled to be paid for the wall. you are going to be proud of your president and even prouder of your country, okay? nicole: peter barnes is in las vegas with more.
peter. reporter: trump supporters went wild at his third victory in a row here in nevada at the nevada caucus where trump one with another large margin over his rivals. >> i just want to say it is a great state and they have great people. i was so proud. i went to caucus. i was all over the place tonight. the people are amazing. the enthusiasm. it was unbelievable to see. the people of this country are absolutely amazing. i love you folks very much. remember, make america great again. we are going to do it and it's going to happen fast. thank you everybody. reporter: trump is to take advantage of his nomination to lock up. he has two cities over the next three brakes starting today in virginia and onto texas later this week. back to you in new york.
nicole: peter barnes, las vegas. thank you so much. the most important issue for voters as the economy and jobs at 29%. government than it was next followed by emmett ration and terrorism. senator marco rubio did well among late deciding voters turned a 9% of their support. 13 points more than senator ted cruz. rubio is perhaps benefiting from turmoil in the cruise campaign south carolina, but cruise was the top choice for a candidate who shared nevada republican values with a solid 42% compared to 26% or mark or rubio and 26% for donald trump. transfer dumbstruck picked up the most well ahead of 27% for cruise. trump doing well among those who see themselves as conservative grabbing 38% comparing to stab 130 or percent.
nicole: hillary clinton and bernie sanders making a case in a town hall for why they should be the next president of the south carolina democratic primary three days away. senator sanders attacking donald trump or trying to undermine president obama. >> this is on top the birth or issue, which we heard from donald trump and others, a racist effort to try to delegitimize the president of the united states. can you imagine that? to say he's not really the president. he wasn't born in the united states, which is nonsense. lauren: hillary clinton supports the plans to close a detention center on time of day, cuba. >> i believe the president is right to close it. i think it is a continuing recruitment advertisement for terrorists. be sure to stay here at fox business. special coverage of the democratic primary this saturday
starting at 5:00 p.m. eastern time right here on the fox does this stuff work. lauren: coming up, tankers and marco rubio battle it out for second place in the nevada primary. >> the undeniable reality that the first four states have shown that the only campaign that has eaten donald trump and the only campaign that can beat donald trump is this campaign. [cheers and applause] lauren: will have the latest in nevada. the oil minister looks at the markets today. stock market futures ahead of the opening bell down 100 points. looking like another ugly day. nasdaq futures down 31.5. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪
>> i believe things are starting to happen here. i know the pundits of the political class want to call everything and they fit all done, all over, we may as well go home. but you know what, i believe that they are wrong. nicole: ben carson speak in nevada last night. he is still in the race for the white house. we will start in a start in asia. stocks there were down for the most part. you did have a bright spot for the shanghai composite. the hang seng down more than 1%. you do have a steep drop for the nikkei and the coffee down fractionally. nicole: racing talent across the board. the dax down 2%, right down 1.9%. cac down 1.5%. ftse down 1%. and still the talk of the british exit out of the euro zone, topic that continues to go on. lauren: down for the second day
in a row, dow futures off the low down just 90 points. s&p futures down 9.5 and nasdaq futures down 28. train to the big story in saudi arabia, we are not cutting our production. dropping down 3% at $30.99 a barrel, down about about. safe haven of gold up $11 or 1233 troy ounce. lauren: donald trump when he nevada democratic caucuses. his third straight big tree in the gop base. ted cruz and mark or rubio are in a tight battle for second place. fox news alicia acuna slide in las vegas for the very latest. good morning. reporter: good morning, lauren. yes, donald trump steamrolling through super tuesday with his third win, his third contest in a row. the numbers are still coming in, results from last night. we wanted up date on where things stand.
trumpet the commanding lead. pay close attention to second place. senator mark or rubio and ted cruz too late to call at this point. the 30 delegates awarded proportionally stand like this. 12 delegates to mr. trump, five to rubio and cruz. dr. ben carson and governor kasich zero. donald trump spoke to a packed house. take a listen. >> we will not be the people who pushed around although over the place. we are going to be the smart people. you will be proud of your president and even prouder of your country, okay? [cheers and applause] 's reporter: senator cruz has been in a fierce battle to be the trump alternative thank his supporters for keeping in in. if you want a president who will defend the second amendment
right to keep and bear arms. i have been told folks in nevada like airguns. as a texan, i understand. let me tell you something. look at the super tuesday states, they like their guns too. >> before the caucus doors open yesterday, mark or rubio is anything to plane to campaign in minnesota and michigan. boren, the ballot here did have 11 candidates, six of them dropped out. if someone by chance voted for one of those candidates, the boat was valid. if one of the candidates received enough and hit the threshold, the candidate no longer in the race to decide where it goes. lauren: interesting. alicia acuna, las vegas. nicole: after a big win in nevada is on the super tuesday for donald trump. >> you know what i really am happy about because i've been saying this a long time. 46% with a hispanic.
number one with hispanics. lauren: we will break down the nevada vote. deadly storms ripped through the south get the latest on this deadly storms. checking your stats market futures down 100 for dow futures. s&p down over 10, down over time, and nasdaq to reporters 1% to 29 breakout. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪
>> if you listen to the pundits, we are expected to win too much and now we are winning, winning the country. nicole: donald trump on donald trump once they donald trump on stake in nevada taking 40% for the vote it's a battle between ted cruz and mark or rubio too close to call. good morning. ibm lauren simonetti. nicole: i am nicole petallides. lauren: after yesterday's 180 he pulled up for the dow jones industrial average, south beach is that of the opening bell down again once had. nicole: at the cost be to the downside, the hang seng down 1.1%. oil prices would have production cuts.
now off 3% to $30.92 a barrel. nicole: took a tremendous ripped through the south. will have the latest on the wild weather. lauren: the battle between apple and fbi numbers to capitol hill. the censorship of congress to get involved. welcome to "fbn:am," her first look at the morning markets, latest breaking news on what to expect that they had. nicole: a lot of news. donald trump when in the nevada caucuses by a large margin. tickets 46%. mark or rubio texas senator ted cruz are battling for second place right now. rubio has 24%. crews received 21%. meanwhile, john kasich gets 4%. retired neurosurgeon ben carson 5%. donald trump celebrated his third consecutive day to with a prediction he will soon secure gop presidential nomination.
>> we want the evangelicals. when one with the. we want with old. we won with highly educated, we went with poorly educated. i love the poorly educated. it's hard for me to turn down money. that's what i've done my whole life. i get greedy. i want money. i'll tell you what we will do. we get greedy. now we would get greedy for the united states. we are going to grab the crowd. it's always nice to be beat in the governor. mexico is going to pay for the ball. they will be very, very thrilled. they will be thrilled to be paying for the wall. you are going to be part of your president and even prouder of your country. [cheers and applause] lauren: peter barnes is live in las vegas has more. reporter: tram supporters of wild at his third victory in a row here in nevada nevada caucus
were trump one with yet another large margin over his rivals. >> i just want to say it is a great stating they have great people. i went to caucus. i was all over the place. the people are amazing. it was unbelievable to see. the people of this country are absolutely amazing. i love you so very much. remember, make america great again. it is going to happen fast. thank you are a much everybody. reporter: trump tries to take advantage of this momentum to lock up the nomination. he nomination. keep sentences to two dozen cities over the next three weeks starting today in virginia and onto texas later this week. back to you in new york. lauren: peter barnes in las vegas, thank you are a match. nicole: the most important issues for voters this economy
jobs. 29%. government spending by immigration terrorism. mark or rubio to plate with 39% of their support. rubio is perhaps benefiting from turmoil and the cruz campaign in south carolina. but ted cruz is top choice for a candidate who shared nevada republican values getting a solid 42% compared to 26% for mark or rubio and 20% for donald trump. lauren: donald trump picked up the most support that evangelical christians. 24% for rubio. trump also doing well in the voters who see themselves as conservatives. the presidential front runner grabbing 34%. revealed that 23%. nicole: for hillary clinton and bernie sanders making a case in a town hall for why they should be the next president of the
south carolina democratic primary three days away. senator sanders attacking donald trump for trying to undermine president obama. >> this is on top of this earth or issue, which we heard from donald trump and others, a racist after to try to delegitimize the days. can you imagine that? today is not the president. he wasn't born in the united states, which is nonsense. nicole: hillary clinton supports a plan to close the detention center at guantánamo bay, cuba. >> i believe the president is right to close it. it is a continuing recruitment advertisement for terrorists. nicole: make sure to stay with fox business for coverage of the south carolina democratic primary this saturday starting at 5:00 p.m. eastern time right here on the fox business network. a federal judge has ruled a group of request testimony from
the liquid state department is in connection with her private e-mail server. can eventually lead to subpoena for hillary clinton. here is the of judicial watch tonight. >> is or not mrs. clinton records. these are our records, taxpayer records searched and produced another requesters and all of those requests were thwarted by what i think she was doing here with this separate e-mail system. >> whether clinton and her eight intentionally -- public record laws to use in a private e-mail server. the state department official says it official said space-bar where is the order and repaired but declined to ask further. nicole: the late supreme court justice antonin scalia replaced minutes eating out. whether to have president obama. it puts it in a holding pattern for now.
some gop lawmakers waver in recent days in their opposition to considering a nominee. party leaders largely came together yesterday. every republican on the senate judiciary committee signing a letter not to hold a hearing until the next president sworn into office. nicole: the legal back-and-forth has now spread to congress. besides to pursue new ground rules come of it taking when tech companies will protect one for snow is greater access to secure and private data. now reports that new court documents revealed there's 13 different novel devices currently subject to court order by the fbi. on the "cavuto coast-to-coast" yesterday, michael hayden, former nsa and cia director favors. >> you can argue this. i actually think america is more secure with end to land on the right of all encryption
available to all americans, even admitting that will make the fbi's job and from time to time the nsa's job harder to do in specific circumstances. nicole: make sure to tune into "cavuto coast-to-coast" with neil's interview with apple's attorney ted olson. that'll be interesting. nicole: let's get you caught up in the global market action. let's check at asia because because only the shanghai composite index higher by .9%. we are seeing the hang seng down 1%. the nikkei down 1% and the cost be one 10th of 1%. trip to europe stocks are lower. the cac down 1.9% good dax down 2.3%. for material prices down and those are how it's playing out in the overall indices. nicole: seen them down. s&p down 13, nasdaq down 36. lauren: oil prices to the
downside. gold of $14. 12.36 at troy ounce. nicole: deadly storms ripped through the south with three people dead. fox meteorologist maria molina tracking the latest wild weather and she will be here with a live report. you are watching reporter, your first look at morning markets in breaking news. ♪
today driving that his daughter down three and a quarter% at $30.83 a barrel as goldstein's $15 at 1237 at troy ounce. lauren: death and destruction down south. three people dead after turning to strip the states from louisiana to florida appeared much mr. is likely to spin off along the atlantic coast today. fox meteorologist maria molina joins us with the latest. reporter: good morning. they brought more than 100 reports of severe weather and today we look at the threat from florida accent into parts of the mid-atlantic. widespread area of looking at bad and that does include damaging winds and also tornadoes. the greatest risk area including parts of the carolinas and the south mid-atlantic. you can say we have a significant risk. possibly long track tornado will be something to watch out for. eastern parts of north carolina
also south carolina and southeast virginia the greatest zone. the other concern with the storm system as we will have strong winds from eastern texas to florida extending northward into parts of new england. wind advisories in high wind warning in effect in several inches of rain will be possible as we eventually move out to sea, talking potentially two or three inches of rain across the northeastern u.s. on the backside of the system. i'm system. i'm a cool site he do with heavy snowfall across michigan, indiana and illinois were several inches of snowfall accumulation possible. more than a foot of snow will be possible. let's head over a two-year period nicole: coming up, we'll run down the global market action before we hand it over to mornings with our reappeared u.s. futures can i dow futures down 127 to yesterday's losses. s&p down 13. stay right here "fbn:am."
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we are seeing the ftse down 1.5%. energy materials well under pressure. the talk of a british had it out of your zone in and upon getting crushed. but jeanette u.s. stock index futures, and dow futures down 119, s&p to the downside. oil driving the market front and center down 3.3% $30.81 a barrel up about $14. i mentioned a pound earlier. watching currencies carefully. the lowest level since 2009. we are seeing most of the currencies to the downside. 1.69% for the 10 year yields this morning. we are turning it over to "mornings with maria." maria bartiromo at the home there. maria: happy wednesday. good morning. it is wednesday, said her 24th
with me, michael leadership comment with us this morning. mortimer take us on news legal analyst arthur i. dollar. 6:00 a.m. on the east coast. front runner status last night with a big tour in nevada. getting more than 40% of the bow. the race for second place between senator mark or rubio and ted cruz securing 20%. last night's victory with the third straight win and he believes the street will keep on going. >> you know, we weren't expect at a couple months ago. you know that, right? we were. if you listen to the pundits, we weren't expected to win too much and now we are winning, winning the country. [cheers and applause] maria: hillary clinton and bernie sanders making their case at town hall last night three days before the democratic
primary in south carolina. clinton was on the defensive at her get in on the defensive the releasing transcripts to ball straight. >> one standard for me and not for everybody else. at some point -- i am on record. i have a record. we have more i'm not. a judges ruling but that could mean for the race coming out. looking at selling on wall street. pressure under way with features to the decline of 100 points. nasdaq, s&p 500 weaker this morning. falling oil prices set in the tumbling on the broader market. with a down 3%. $3.86 a barrel. the weakness in the euro in the pound breaking