>> as a choke artist and escape the latter. you have the combination of factors. he can't do it because he doesn't know how to tell the truth. lauren: a texas pilot of super tuesday mark rypien tetras come out swinging against donald trump in a very fiery gop debate. we will have those highlights. good morning. i am lauren simonetti. nicole: i and nicole petallides. after doing to cope a rally for the dow jones industrial average, u.s. teachers today at 133 and s&p futures up 16.
train for the shanghai composite has been down 3% that ended with a gain of 1%. japan also edging higher. train to a modified parents is a will is at 2%. 33.75. lauren: breaking overnight pretty for place horror story. three are dead and 14 injured in a series of shootings that they factor in kansas. the latest on the tragic story. nicole: the biggest names in technology of rallying around apple with the government over unlocking an iphone used by terrorists. we will have the latest developments including republican candidates reaction to that is you. lauren: said craig dazzled fans against the magic scoring 51 points. baseball and the players union are making a controversial five illegal. details and more coming out. it's 5:00 a.m. in new york on friday convicted a 26. welcome to "fbn:am, the latest
breaking news and what to expect for the day ahead. nicole: breaking news this morning. by presidential candidates facing off in their final debate before super day. and it was intense. >> you're the only person on the stages ever been fined for hiring people to work on projects illegally. >> i'm the only one on this day she was hired people. the mac i get along with everybody. you don't have one republican senator backing you. not one. you don't have the endorsement of one republican senator. you should be ashamed of yourself. >> donald, relax. >> i'm relaxed and you're the basket case. >> here's a guy who buys a house for $179,000. d'souza to a lobbyist who is here for $380,000 the legislation is passed. this is what worked in a deal. this is a guy who inherited
$200 million. if he had become a teen or adult child would be right now? this guy is a choke artist and this guy is a liar. >> you have many different plans. your competition. >> now he's repeating himself. >> can somebody attack me, please? >> i will actually give my return. i'm been audited for two or three years so i can't do it until the audit is finished. >> if he's elected he will cut deals in washington and he is right. he's given hundreds of thousands of dollars to democrats. >> u.k. $5000. >> they will have a lot more flexibility. you could buy a concierge practices of thousands of dollars left over. let me just finish because i didn't get to talk that much. >> we are strong, job friendly, don't raise taxes.
the president does that in america to come look at the economic growth and that's what this country needs. jobs, jobs, jobs. >> several dealmakers on the states can build the one up to both parties fighting for the american people against the washington deals. >> this is robin hood over here. he talks about corruption on his financial disclosure form. beginning in tidy start menu from citibank and goldman sachs, which is a total violation. >> join master, marco rubio.com to bring into silliness. >> no one knows politicians better than i do. they are all talk, no action yet nothing gets done. i watched it for years. look at what is happening to our country. >> stay with fox business for super tuesday coverage on march 1st at 6:00 p.m. eastern time right here on the fox business network. going to be fun. donald trump's proposal to build up all along the u.s. border with mexico and make mexico pay
for the fall yesterday in a wal-mart controversy. most recently from a former president of the country. fox sharon has comment in an interview for fusion. >> i'm not going to pay for that wall. he should pay for it. he's got the money. 44%. i would like to know who those hispanics i appeared lauren: tribe who is no stranger to the language himself out this response. >> the watchers got 10 feet taller. believe me. i saw him make a statement. i can only tell you if i would've use even half of that word, it would have a national scandal. this guy used a filthy, disgusting word on television and he should be ashamed of himself and he should apologize.
lauren: will take a closer look at the issue in former president of mexico joins her story at 8:30 a.m. eastern time. nicole: vice president joe biden was in town yesterday. he called the disturbing. >> i feel almost obliged to apologize for some of what my political colleagues have said. it is about mexico, about the mexican people. it is a heated campaign season. nicole: biden did not name any specific candidate in his criticism. the two democratic candidates pushing hard to win support from voters ahead of tomorrow's primary in south carolina. hillary clinton in myrtle beach session with mud and economy that can work for everybody, not just those at the top. >> an economy that produces more good jobs with rising income.
in fact, it wasn't so long ago as i recall the end of the name he named these when that's exactly what we had. 23 million new jobs. and most importantly come incomes went up for everybody. lauren: bernie sanders unloading for accepting campaign contributions. >> i do not receive many millions of dollars from wall street or the pharmaceutical industry or other powerful wealthy interests in this country. [cheers and applause] and i have not given speeches for hundreds of thousands of dollars for wall street. transfer fox business love complete coverage and analysis for the democratic presidential primary tomorrow at 5:00 p.m. eastern time.
nicole: breaking news this morning. a mass shooting in kansas. a guy named with an assault with intro to the town taking shots of people before storming the fact reverse you were. >> inside the building he shot a total of 150. four were killed, including himself the shooter. law enforcement confronted the shooter. gunfire was exchanged between law enforcement and the shooter and law-enforcement shot and killed the shooter. nicole: at least 14 people were injured in the attacks which took place at four locations. police ruled out terrorism as a motive. lauren: apple is asked a judge to vacate an order to help hack the iphone of the shooter in the deadly terror attack in san bernardino, california last december. applicant is the federal government is seeking dangerous
power through the course. the filing is the first official was on since the judge's order last week. turn left week. sure enough that's republican debates, candidates were asked for days and on the apple iphone question. here's senator mark or rubio. >> the phone didn't belong to the killer. it belonged to the employee who agreed to do that. that is all they asked them to do is disable the self-destruct mode to either embrace more than one phone in the entire world, but apple doesn't want to do because it hurts their brand. >> under the fourth amendment, a search and seizure is reasonable if it is judicial authorization of probable cause. in this insnce,he wkers at p a bkdoonevewent cellhone lauren: several tech companies including facebook,, microsoft intruder, microsoft and twitter plan to file a joint motion supporting apple. nicole: while apple is fighting a court order, shareholders get together for the annual meeting today.
an agenda filed with the sec shows all board members including ceo tim cook will be at this meeting and shareholders will vote on proposals ranging from reelection into limiting greenhouse gas missions. there is no word on whether there will be any discussion of the court order against apple. liz: the elephant in the room. stocks in china up 1%. volatile trading. the hang sen fractionally. nicole: paris and asia, europe ag 20 studying studying in shanghai this weekend. ftse of 1.3%. cac and dax beach at 2%. lauren: after a big win for the dow surged 212 points commit to a features up 142. s&p futures at 17. nasdaq with 46 for the week. everything at nearly 2% pay the down payment in 305 points this
week. trading to take a look at commodities. oil has been a charter for the market. at 70 cents at $33.80 a barrel as gold pullback $6 a 12, 20 to a troy ounce. lauren: the u.k. pound, canadian dollar mexican peso against the u.s. dollar. nicole: bright now 1.72%. lauren: wal-mart tightening its belt once again. the company added more than 100 jobs at its arkansas headquarters this week at 450 workers at the home office for lack of a neck over. a company spokesman said the cuts affected 1% to 3% of tax staff. they regionally recently merged the teams in silicon valley. those teams overlapped. last week ballmer's parent company reported results that disappointed investors including slow growth at its online business. the stock is up 11%.
lauren: investors selling shares of gap in premarket trading after the closing chain issued a profit warning for the current fiscal quarter. gap will reduce capital spending to buy back fewer shares of weeks to pay down debt. it closes 27.60. the bid ask is pretty wide right now, but we may see under pressure. the retailer did approve an additional $1 billion share repurchase. jcpenney reported better-than-expected earnings boosted by higher sales, lower expenses and provide a not be profit forecast a jcpenney says it sees sales growth of other stores slowing in the current year. lauren: in today's edition of "the wall street journal." grab a copy. we call it is force retailers to shrink declining shopper traffic is pumped in the closing of performing locations. sea world says an employee infiltrated animal rights group. a theme park operator has struggled to repair its image
after a documentary the copiers to cement its treatment of killer whales. opera has a reverse sales and subscriber losses that weight watchers. revenue and the number of active subscribers continue to fall since oprah winfrey's investment and participation in the weight-loss plan. nicole: coming up, no holds barred political brawl in texas. will have all of the highlands post-postdebate action. >> if i were them i would be as aggressive as possible. they don't have any choice. they are running out of time. nicole: in sports, dazzling transit olindo scoring 51 points bit of baseball players union to make it a controversial site illegal. all the details and much more coming up. right now checking out stock rocket features and rick at paris this morning. dow futures up 133. oil higher. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at warning mark it and breaking news.
win iowa, new hampshire, south carolina, nevada. he have to win some stay. and marco pointed to florida on march 15th in another three weeks. 26 states and territories. he is saying he didn't he could win a single state. lauren: ted cruz talking about super tuesday and how he thinks his republican rival, marco rubio, will perform. global market action overnight in asia affairs. taking a look at the shanghai composite. up about 1%. hang seng up 2.5%. nikkei%. nikkei and kospi with games as well. nicole: over to europe to the cossacks are trading. ftse up some high points commit dax at 270 points for a rally of 203%. lauren: u.s. to market features right now upon hundred 36 for the dow. nasdaq up 42. lauren: oil prices up for the third day in a row.
dirty 3.83 is a gain of two and a quarter%. nicole: a latest from the world as far as prince after he put on a show last night in the golden state warriors window for the land of magic. curry scored 51-point and says an nba record with a three pointer in this 128 consecutive game. just one night after scoring 42 against miami. currie may 2027 shots including 103 pointers. curry top 50 points for the third time this season. a controversial roadside in baseball is now illegal. the last job was this taken up by dodgers chased play that broke the lack of new york mets shores up rubin tejada trade last year's playoff. major league is following the players union have been rolling blacks to break a potential double plays. under the new rule, a runner must attend a bona fide side
without changing his past to initiate contact with a fielder. more legal problems for cleveland browns quarterback journeymen felt. the domestic violence cases being sent to a grand jury. if investigated for alleged domestic abuse of his ex-girlfriend. they're expected to sever ties in a few weeks. lauren: ted cruz and marco rubio went on the attack last minute to find a gop debate before super tuesday. >> marco is exactly right that a federal court found donald guilty of being part of a conspiracy to hire people illegally and enter $1 million judgment. lauren: apple asked the judge to toss that in order to toss out a phone used by terrorists. we'll have the latest development there. checking your stock index futures this friday morning. dow futures gaining an additional 135 points this week to s&p futures of 43.
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debate. we will have all of the highlights. i am nicole petallides. lauren: happy fridayeverybody. and lauren simonetti. a great leap for all three major averages. let's check in we do ahead of the opening bell. dow futures up 130 points. nasdaq futures up 41. train to the shanghai composite index has been done over 3%. that ended with a game of 1%. stocks in japan higher today. lauren: oil prices holding steady at about $33 a barrel for the third day in a row. they were latest horror story. four people are dead. 14 others injured in a series of shootings added one more factor in kansas. we will have the latest on this tragic story. lauren: the biggest names in technology rally round island sapphires in a legal shot in battle with the government over unlocking an iphone used by
terrorists. the latest development including republican candidates reaction to the dispute. welcome to "fbn:am," your first look at what is living in today's markets, the latest breaking is and what to expect the day ahead. tree into a republican debate in houston. ted cruz launch an attack from front runner donald trump. here are the highlights. >> of hair tens of thousands of people at my job. >> you've been nothing but problems. >> disguise a choke artist in choke artist and this guy is a liar. i took $1 million turned it into 10 alien dollars. i barred $1 million turned it into $10 billion. >> we are growing, jobs are good people of opportunity. i will go back to washington do it again for the american people. >> and a big fan of the governor, but they also struck oil, so that helped a lot. >> i watch him suffer paid
himself five times four weeks ago. >> i watched him repeat himself five seconds ago. >> for many years had been audited every year. 12 years. every year the audit, audit me, audit me. i have friends that are wealthy people and never got audited. i get it every year. >> anyone who cared would be hiring illegal immigrants. anyone who cared about illegal immigration would be funding harry reid and nancy pelosi, wouldn't be funding again have faith. >> this is robin hood over here. he talks about corruption on his financial disclosure form. he didn't produce borrowed money from citibank and goldman sachs which is a total violation. >> donald relax. >> and relax. you're the basket case. >> market, donald, we will not solve these problems by trying to destroy each other. what we need to do is be looking for solutions.
>> be sure to stay with fox business for our coverage on march 1st starting at 6:00 p.m. eastern time right here on the fox business network. lauren: the two presidential candidates pushing for support with the voters ahead of tomorrow's primary in south carolina. is that clinton will provide an economy that can work for everybody, not just those at the top. >> an economy that produces more good jobs with rising income. in fact, it wasn't so long ago as i recall the end of the 1990s when that is exactly what we had. 23 million new jobs. and most importantly, incomes went up for everybody. lauren: senator bernie sanders in chicago unloading on hillary clinton for accepting campaign contributions. >> i do not receive many millions of dollars from wall
street for the pharmaceutical industry or other powerful, wealthy interests in this country. [cheers and applause] and they have not given each is for hundreds of thousands of dollars on wall street. lauren: fox business love complete coverage and analysis from the democratic presidential primary tomorrow and it starts at 5:00 p.m. eastern. nicole: breaking news this morning. a gunman armed with an assault style weapon drove through the town taking shots at people before storming the fact three where hubert. >> inside the building he shot a total of 15 people. four were killed, including himself the shooter. law enforcement confronted the shooter. gunfire was exchanged between
law enforcement and the shooter and line first man shot and killed the shooter. true to 14 people were injured in attack which took place at four locations. police ruled out terrorism as a motive. lauren: apple a sassy judge to vacate an order to hack the iphone of the shooter and a deadly terror attack last december. apple accused the government of seeking dangerous power through the quarter. the filing is apple's first special responses the judge's order last week. during the republican debate, candidates were asked where they stand on the issue. here is governor john kasich and dr. ben carson. >> absolute vi would expect apple to comply with the court order. if they don't comply with that, you are encouraging chaos in our system. >> the president of the united states should have convened a meeting with apple in our security forces.
you know what you do when you are a president? you lock the door and say you're not coming out in a reach an agreement that gives security people what they need and protects the rights of americans. treated to several companies including facebook, and microsoft plan to support apple. if you are about to fill out your oscar picks come you might want to hold off. the vegas odds on favorites for the academy awards. let's check our u.s. stock market futures. the star index of all of them. the dow right now up 124. oil is higher. you are watching "fbn:am", at your first look at a morning markets and breaking news. ♪
>> we are heading into oscars weekend. the most suitable laws for the best picture award. while the thread is the acronym for category, start there definitely an art of dicaprio with an advantage for the best actor award. two factors for supposition that when las vegas casino came out with its annual list of oscars predictions. after 25 years, he claims an 80% accuracy for his picks in the six major categories. few are the numbers for this year. best director has all a home drove for solace with one of three odds of winning just in front of george miller for mac
experience road. they are followed by the picture it the picture at adam mckay. spotlights todd mccarthy and money it brings in. lauren: best actor has leonardo dicaprio for steve jobs behind him at 20-1. the following manner at the bread may present a danish girl, matt damon from the martian. nicole: brie larson has odds are 1-9 with 10-1 odds that these ladies are followed by kate benjamin carroll, jennifer lauren and charlotte from 45 years. >> with the biggest prize of the night comes the closest race. the revenue that they do not followed by spot i. the picture close behind and secession by the martian, matt max from a purchase price in brooklyn. the oscars began sunday may 7th pm.
nicole: again, much of the movies right away. a look at u.s. stock market futures. an outbreak so far. now features a .29 at the gain of three quarters to 1%. the nasdaq, s&p up 15. lauren: oil prices gained 33.74 with a gain of 2%. oil up six of the past seven sessions. gold down $7 an ounce. >> ]-close-bracket taxes ahead of super tuesday. rubio, cruz attacking donald trump. >> donald, you had a significant number of people to take jobs americans felt. instead of hiring an american like her, you brought a number thousand people over the world to fill those jobs instead. >> all the highlights of the world's biggest retailer getting smaller. we will tell you how many jobs will be cut up omar. you were watching "fbn:am,"
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lauren: breaking news ahead of super tuesday. mark over good takers come out swinging against donald trump in a fiery gop debate. i am lauren simonetti. nicole: tgif. i am nicole petallides. a 212-point rally. check it out. more of paris. s&p at 15. another volatile day of trading. the shanghai composite is down 3% ending with a gain of 1%. stocks in japan also edging higher. oil prices are holding of the about $33 a barrel. at 2%. lauren: overplays horror story. four people are dead and 14 others injured in a series of shootings that if of shootings that if i'm our factory and can't spirit the latest on the tragic story. nicole: some of the biggest names rally round apple for unlocking an iphone used by terrorists. the latest development including
republican candidates reaction to these. welcome to "fbn:am," your first look at what it's doing is today's market, the latest breaking news and what to expect if they had. lauren: let's kick it off with this breaking news. by presidential candidates facing off before super tuesday. it was intense. >> you're the only person on the stage has ever been fined. >> i'm the only one on this stage that tired people. >> i get along with everybody. you get on with nobody. you have not find endorsement of one republican senator and you work with these people. you should be ashamed of yourself. >> donald, relax. >> i'm relaxed. you're the basket case. this guy buys a house for $179,000 in sales at a lobbyist who is probably here for $380,000 in legislation is passed.
this guy. >> this guy inherited $200 million. >> this guy is a choke artist and this guy is a liar. >> that's the plan, just a lie? >> u. of competition, so many different plans. >> can somebody attacked me, please? >> i will give my return but i have been audited for two or three years so i can't do it until the audit is finished. >> is promising to cut the distant washington. he's given hundreds of thousands of dollars to democrat. he gave him $5000. >> they will have a lot of flexibility. a concierge crack is. you can still have thousands of dollars left over. let me finish because i don't get to finished that much.
>> we don't raise their taxes. we look at the economic growth and that is what the country needs. jobs, jobs, jobs. >> several joe makers on the stage, but only one person consistently said that to both parties fighting for the american people against washington deals. >> this is robin hood. he talks about corruption on his financial disclosure form. didn't put a spread money from citibank and goldman sachs, which is a total violation. >> touring our efforts so we can bring an end to this silliness. >> nobody knows politicians better than i do. they are all talk, no action. nothing gets done. i watched it for years. take a look at what is happening. lauren: stereophonics business for super tuesday coverage right here in the fox business elsewhere.
>> donald trump's proposal to build a wall and the u.s. border with mexico and make mexico pay for it stirred up no small amount of controversy. most recently from the former president of the country. vicente fox sharing his comment did an interview for fusion. >> i'm not going to pay for that wall. he should pay for it. it worries me. he skinned hispanic vote? >> .4% in nevada. >> and would like to know that those hispanics to. nicole: at trump had this response in the gop debate. >> the wall just got 10 feet higher, believe me. i saw him use the word that he is. i can only tell you if i would've used even half of that word, it would have been national scandal.
this guy used a filthy, disgusting word on television and he should be ashamed of himself and apologized. >> closer look at the issue when former mexican president sat to join for rick barter brohm of this morning at 8:30 a.m. eastern time. don't miss it. >> two democratic residents of candidates pushing to win support for voters ahead of tumors primary in south carolina. hillary clinton will promote an economy that can work for everybody and not just those at the top. >> an economy that produces more good jobs with rising then come -- and come. it wasn't so long ago as i recall the end of the 1990s when that is exactly what we had. 23 million new jobs. and most importantly, incomes went up for everybody. lauren: senator bernie sanders unloading for accepting campaign
contributions. >> i do not receive many millions of dollars from wall street for the pharmaceutical industry or other powerful wealth the interest in this country. [cheers and applause] and i have not advanced each is for hundreds of thousands of dollars for wall street. fox business love complete coverage for the democratic primary tomorrow starting at 5:00 p.m. eastern. nicole: breaking news this morning. a gunman armed with an assault style weapon drove through the town taking shots at people before starting a factory where he worked. >> inside the building, he shot a total of 15 people. four were killed, including himself the shooter.
law enforcement confronted the shooter. gunfire was exchanged between montfort meant and the shooter and law-enforcement shot in killed the shooter. nicole: at least 14 people were killed and in the attack which took place at four locations. police have ruled out terrorism as a motive. tranter apple sa judge to vacate an order to hack the iphone of the shooter and a deadly terror attack in san bernardino california. apple accused the federal government is seeking dangerous power through the quarter. this filing is apple's first official response is the judge's order last week entered last night's republican debate, kids and password they stand on the apple iphone question. here is senator marco rubio and ted cruz. >> the apple phone didn't belong to the killer. it led to the employees who have agreed. that is all they are asking them to do is to disable the self-destruct mode but i don't erase mode on one phone in the
entire world, but apple doesn't want to do it because it hurt their brand. >> apple should comply with this court order. a search and seizure is reasonable if it has judicial authorization of probable cause. in this instance, the order is not that about your never was cell phone. tranter republican candidates taking the side of the government. google pairing, off of that, facebook supporting apple. nicole: shareholders get together for the meeting today. an agenda filed shows that all board members including ceo tim pope will be at the meeting. shareholders will vote on proposals ranging from boric reinfection to the meeting in house gas emissions. but there is no word on whether they will be any discussion at all of the court order against apple. we wait and see. lauren: u.s. stock market futures looking pretty good this friday morning.
markets of 1.7, 1.9% this week. s&p futures up 16 and gaining 42. nicole: this is a little more risky. sixty-six cents at 33.73. coming up, and no holds barred political brawl in texas. postdebate reaction for you. >> what became very clear is donald trump is not the right candidate to go head-to-head with hillary clinton in november. policy issue after policy issue, his position is identical to hillary. lauren: coming up every weekend weather forecast with korea bowling. right now you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. this is going to be a good weekend? i hope so. ♪
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that is helping authorities across the board. pulled down $6. a look at the latest from the world of sports. south korea put on a show in the golden state warriors 130-114 win over the orlando magic. scored 51 points at the 90 record three pointer and 128 consecutive games. one night after scoring 42 against miami, 20 of 27 shots including 103 pointers. curry top 50 points for the third time this season. the controversial berlin flight in baseball. look at that. it is illegal. the last drop by the dodgers broke the leg of new york mets shortstop rubin tejada during last year's playoffs. make sure that baseball has been run plots to break a potential place under the new rules. a runner must notify without changing his path to initiate contact with a fielder.
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>> erase europe right now. we see ftse up 1.1%. cac and dax up 2%. other global leaders meet in shanghai. waiting for news out of that as well. cannot wait for dow, nasdaq the best about 2% this week. finishing up the week at lease starting with the my prayers. i futures up on 26, three quarters of 1%. the s&p 500 at 15. 38 for the nasdaq looking at commodities. energy has led the way the last of the days of the day thing that has helped things along. crude right now of 2%. this is 68 cents, 33.75 a barrel end quote is down six bucks at the moment under some pressure. looking at the currency board. we've been watching the u.k.
pound back under the 140 mark. the british exit story still remains. we do see that the euro and the japanese yen are under pressure against the greenback this morning. they pictured here waiting on the g20 meeting. gdp report today. but we'll see how the economy is faring. safe haven of the treasury yield. we did see it moving to the up sites lately. 1.73% for the treasury yield. a picture here we continue to watch our economy. a lot of learning to spell coming out today throughout the day and next week as well. much more coming up on fox business and "mornings with maria" begins now. maria: thank you so much. good morning to you. i am maria bartiromo. friday, said her 26. with me, dagen mcdowell, parish capital founder teddy parish, fox's contributor and host david webb. all of them coming up.
first come your top story. a fire ignited in houston. gop candidates facing off in the final debates before super tuesday. things got heated up real quick. >> on stage night coming to defendant to cuban origin and african-american. we are the party of diversity, not democrat. >> that is that the country needs. jobs, jobs, jobs. >> the first salad of their life is what i will look at. >> first of all, this guy is a choke artist in the choke artist and this guy is a liar. >> if you build a wall, he'll be using illegal and berger were to do it. >> 38 years ago. there's a statute of limitation on life. >> are you going to ask anybody else a question. i know about the ratings, but subtle but ridiculous. maria: a closer look at the state of the r