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nicole: breaking news this morning. gop candidates go face to face on fox news that a nip box poll shows donald trump leading marco rubio in the home state of florida. good morning. i am nicole petallides. lauren: i am transfixed. they debate how to pay for all the stuff they want to give away. my college education and health care. we will have the highlights. nicole: the things et cetera and the stimulus in three months. what to expect. lauren: pretty flat. dow futures down three points.
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nicole: investors in asia awaiting the news out of europe as well. the nikkei rose 1.2% ahead of the news in china. stocks were down about 2%. lauren: here's a look at european trading ahead of the 7:30 a.m. ecb appointment. the cac down 11 and the dax down 14 points. nicole: after getting 5% yesterday, let's check out oil prices. $37.86 down 1.1%. nicole: the lead singer sits down at kennedy. with a major security problems and possibly wears? he has an controversial allegations we will share with you. nicole: 5:01 a.m. on thursday, march 10th. welcome to your first look at today's market, breaking us in what to expect ahead.
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authorities say five people were killed and three wounded at a shooting in a house party last night. police looking for two suspected gunmen, the bodies of three women and one man were found on the back porch and wilkinsburg, pennsylvania. a fourth woman is being taken to a hospital. nicole: republican presidential candidates attended town hall events hosted by fox news last night. the front runner donald trump on hannity criticizing politicians. >> i was a member of the establishment nine months ago. i was great at it, but i also thought it was wrong. politicians will do what is ready for the people that gave them the money, not what is right for the country. nicole: florida senator marco rubio said in his megyn kelly talking about personal attacks against trump. >> you got a little dirty. you got a little naughty.
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>> first of all, that's not who i am. i would do it differently. i really like. my kids are embarrassed by it. my wife didn't like it. that's not who i am or what my campaign will be about. i regret that. nicole: texas senator ted cruz speaking about accusations of dirty tricks. >> they attack other candidates and attack their integrity. this particular e-mail came from a volunteer in hawaii not affiliated with the campaign, not under authorization for the campaign. we have over 200,000 volunteers across the country. i cannot control nor do i want to control the 200,000 volunteers do. lauren: ohio governor john kasich discussing gop primaries. do not will win ohio. that's not a question for you it's about what we do after that and all the places we have to go. i am working very hard fare now and so are all the team. our team out there in all go
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down for the debate and i'm back living in ohio and all over the state which is what i always do. nicole: florida, ohio, missouri and north carolina holding primaries next tuesday. lauren: and new fox news poll shows donald trump leading the gop race in florida by a wide margin. trump gets 43% support while senator rubio has 20%. this comes as only 48% of florida republicans approve of rubio's job as senator. ted cruz gets 16% in sunshine state followed by governor kasich at 10%. lauren: meanwhile in ohio, kasich living with support followed by cruz at 19%, rubio at 7%. this has governor kasich job approval rating is much stronger stand in a 79%. >> the ohio race is sliding towards kasich.
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i don't want to overinterpret a pool. but look at approval numbers as governor of ohio versus rubio says a senator in florida and that tells a huge part of the story. lauren: sofar trump has collected 458 delegates that cruz has 359, rubio 151. 7954. 1237 delegates are needed for the nomination. former florida governor jeb bush meeting privately with the remaining gop candidates except donald trump. this has republican candidates try to get support from bush ahead of the primary march march 18th. earlier this week his brother, neil bush joined senator ted cruz's national finance team. >> the only guy in the race that is left that has these strong principled conservative views that can lay the congressman made our nation through the era of reform that will continue
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greatness and race us to even greater levels of the country. >> jeb bush dropped out of the race lauren: kirkland and bernie sanders scored off a heated debate in florida. let's show you some highlights. >> it had been done by my businesses. it was admitted. >> at buchanan baghdad -- >> is not going to happen. i'm not even answering that. >> i think that a speech so great that you got paid so much money you would like to share it with the american people. >> senator sanders has talked about free college for everybody. he has talked about universal single-payer health care or everybody and a lot of the answers say that coming up, this is going to be much more expensive than anything senator sanders is admitting to.
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>> i want you all to think what secretary clinton is saying that the united states should continue to be the only major country on earth that doesn't guarantee health care to all of our people. nicole: clinton facing tough questions about the 2012 and got the attacks. >> on the night of the attack in benghazi, your daughter -- [inaudible] however, some of the families came in july to them. let's listen in. >> hillary and obama and amanda opsahl made as a video when they knew it was not the video. they said they would let me know what the outcome was. >> secretary clinton, did you
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lie to them? >> you know, i feel a great deal of sympathy for the family from the four brave americans that we lost at benghazi. i can't even imagine the grief that she has for losing her son. but she is rob. she is absolutely wrong. nicole: so far wisdom has earned 1220 delegates while sanders has 574. 2400 delegates are needed for the nomination. north korea has fired two short-range ballistic missile. they also scrapped all agreements with the southland commercial exchange products and with liquidated south korean left behind in the territory. the moves came as south korea and the united states carry out large-scale military drums come large-scale military drums come as something the called nuclear war. >> north korea wasn't north korea wasn't elimination test fire missiles. iran test fired two ballistic missiles yesterday. the missiles have the phrase
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quote israel must be wiped out. written in hebrew on them. the test came as vice president joe biden visited israel in prime minister benjamin netanyahu and biden said in jerusalem the u.s. will act if it is determined that the missile launches violate the nuclear deal with iran. lauren: u.s. forces captured the head of the islamic state terror group trying to develop chemical weapons. defense official says the capture came last month in northern iraq at "the new york times" reports that the captured operative told u.s. interrogators that prices had converted and mustard gas into powder form to launch an artillery shell. it will be the first state visit by canadian leaders in two decades. the talks will include the transpacific partnership trade deal, which is still under consideration in canada and there may be an announced meant
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of the deal between canada and the united states on softwood lumber. for markets around the world, keep a close eye today. in the next couple hours the ecb is expected to cut its deposit rate deeper into negative territory and boosted stimulus program. inflation nearly 2% target for three years now and it is likely to remain that way for the foreseeable future. the ecb meeting in frankfurt could move our markets in the u.s. wall street expecting stimulus to help the u.s. economy and boost what could be considered dangerously low inflation. nicole: lipsky caught up in the global market action overnight. a mixed bag an issue because in china to composite index dropped 2% and in japan the nikkei gained 1.2%. the rest were mixed. in europe this is how stocks are. down 0.4%. the dax in germany is flat.
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u.s. stock market futures looking like this. all of those. ever so slight they come in maybe one 10th of 1%. the data specifically futures up 10 points. s&p futures up just two. lauren: oil prices trading 37.93. we do get a report yesterday showing gasoline supply. gold giving back $8. 12.49 amounts. nicole: shares rose 12% after it topped expectations. the company was helped by landing the right customers. the search company reported a loss of 26 cents a share better than expected last the 29th. revenue of $85 million btx dictations and payment providers reported its first earnings sent to the public. there's lots of 20 cents a share is worth an estimate but rather a $305 million to top the expectation and shares rose 3%
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after the earnings news that the company run by twitter founder ceo jack as he has been watched very closely since its initial public offering late last year. lead singer jesse fuses survived a terrorist attack in paris last year. he tells kennedy they colluded with some of the media is not talking about. >> was there anything about that night that was strange or off other than seeing these people and their dour expressions looking out of place? >> when i got to the dénouement in common is that some of the cards aren't here yet and eventually i found out that six or so would show up at all. lauren: nfl free-agent brock is that the denver broncos. we will tell you where he's going in the chief nfl rules in free agency last season. although his details coming up next. u.s. stock market futures ahead
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of the opening bell at 5:12 a.m. in new york. dow futures about 17,000, at 10 points. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning market and breaking news. ♪
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nicole: let take a look year stock market futures ahead of the european bank decision. europe is going over. everybody waiting for the decision. dow futures up 11. not even one 10th of 1%. s&p at three. lauren: key commodities not let this morning. giving back 34 cents about 5% yesterday. $1249 an ounce. nicole: a look at the latest in the world of sports. former broncos quarterback has agreed to a four-year deal with the houston texas. it deals with a total of $72 million over your years. denver also lost the leak checks into the jaguars for big money and provide miller took notice. the mbp congratulated his ex-teammate on the ground for the utter shock picture on the show breaking that.
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see them laying on a giant sack of money. more from the nfl and jerry matt and before the start last year, there will those that draft pick and a sixth rounder next year. the will also fly $250,000 each on thursday was also fine. lauren: democratic candidate hillary clinton and socialist bernie sanders have to pay for all the free stuff they're giving away. gop candidates appear face-to-face. marco rivera tells making kelley regrets the attack about donald trump small hand. >> is not to im. that's not what my campaign is about. >> will have an exclusive
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interview with the singer jesse hughes who survived a terrorist attack. they colluded with someone the media media is not talking about. >> is there anything about that night. >> when i got to the dénouement, i immediately went some of the other guards are here yet. eventually i found out the pics are so would show up at all. transfer u.s. investors when the decision on rates and stimulus and a couple hours from now flat ahead of the decision how futures of nine points, nasdaq futures up to. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning market and breaking news. ♪
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trained three breaking news this morning. gop candidates go face-to-face in a new fox poll shows donald trump and mark are revealed in the home state of florida. good morning. i am transfixed. nicole: i am nicole petallides. hillary clinton a bernie sanders debate how to pay for other free stuff they want to give away. college education and health care. lauren: european marquez mario set to take stage at the second service cocktail of three months. we will tell you what to expect. nicole: ahead of the european bank announced that coming out about 7:30 a.m. eastern time. dow futures up for, s&p futures up to. transfer investors rating the news as well. in japan, the nikkei rising one and a quarter%. the shanghai stock market was
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down 2%. nicole: is a talked about the announcement, they are very much in a wait-and-see mode with the exception in the ftse.i. half of 1%. lauren: after game 5%, oil prices down 1.3%. nicole: very interesting business exclusive sits down with kennedy. major security problems, possibly worse, possibly worse during the terrorist attack last year. he has some very controversial allegations. we'll share them with you. nicole: 5:23 a.m. in new york. welcome to "fbn:am." thank you for joining us. your first look at today's markets, the latest breaking news and much of that today ahead. nicole: republican presidential candidates attending a series of town hall event last night.
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programmer donald trump criticizing president obama's health care law. >> the cost of obamacare by 2017 would be astronomical. by the way, the premiums are going up 25, 35, 45%. if that correct? people are absolutely getting killed. it won't exist in 2017. it will explode. it will blow up. nicole: marco rubio sitting down with making kelley talking about personal attacks against donald trump. >> you've got a little dirty on the campaign trail. you got a little naughty. >> first of all, that's not who i am. i would do it differently. my kids were embarrassed by it. my wife didn't like it. that's not who i am. that's not what my campaign is about. >> you regret that? >> yes, i do. ted cruz is on the file speaking
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about accusations of his dirty tricks. >> they attack other candidates and their integrity. this e-mail came from a volunteer in hawaii. not necessarily with the campaign, not under authorization for the campaign. we have over 200,000 volunteers across the country. i cannot control nor do i want to control the 200,000 volunteers do. nicole: -- >> will win ohio. the money question for me. it's about what we do after that in all the places we have go. we are not taken for granted. i am working hard and so are other team. team out there and i'll go down for the debate and i'm back living in ohio and all of the state which is what i always do. lauren: five states florida, ohio, illinois, missouri and north carolina are holding primaries next tuesday. nicole: will assert to be
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covering that. if fox news poll finds donald trump lit in the gop race in florida by a wide margin. trump gets 43% support while senator rubio has 20%. this comes as 40% of florida republicans approve of the job as senator. crews get 16% followed by governor kasich at 10%. lauren: said i misled in the race to 34% support. trump was 29% followed by crews at 19% and rubio said% as governor kasich of approval rating is much stronger in ohio 79%. >> the ohio races lighting towards kasich. i don't want overinterpreted poll. it's a snapshot in time. the cassette in his approval numbers as governor of ohio versus rubio as a senator in florida and that tells a huge part of the story.
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lauren: sofar trump has collected 458 delegates, cruz at 359. marco rubio has 151 and kasich 54. this is listed for the nomination. one of them 227. nicole: former secretary of state hillary clinton and vermont senator bernie sanders square off in a heated debate in florida. here are the highlights for you. >> there is no permission to be asked. it was permitted. i did not ask anyone. >> that is not going to happen. >> in a speech so great you got paid so much money that the american people. >> senator sanders has sites about free college, universal single-payer health care and a lot of the answers says this is going to be much more expensive than any and senator sanders has
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admitted to. >> of what you ought to think what secretary clinton is saying is that the united states should continue to be the only major country on earth that doesn't guarantee health care to all of our people. nicole: clinton facing tough questions about the time talking about the attacks. >> on the night of the attacks in benghazi, you sent an e-mail to your daughter chelsea say -- [inaudible] however, some of the families claim that you lie to them. let's listen. >> hillary and obama empanada and biden all told me that it is the video that they knew -- they note was not the video. they said they would, not me
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know what the outcome was. >> i feel a great deal of sympathy for the four brave americans who lost the benghazi. i certainly can't imagine the grief that she has her losing her son to her she's wrong. nicole: heller clinton is earned 1002 and 23 delegates while bernie sanders has 574. about 2400 delegates are needed for the democratic presidential nomination. lauren: apis if they attack killed 130 people and wounded hundreds more. the deadliest attack side with the concert hall where the eagles of death metal were playing that night. the band front man jesse has sat down with kennedy for this exclusive interview burkett alleges the shooters they the shooters they got help from inside the concert hall.
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>> by step and that several occasions had come eye to eye with the plotter and a couple of boys. they will tell everyone backstage because it is their backs age. their radars in june. they are trying to stop as much as they need to be. when i got to the venue i walk past the dude who was a security guard backs age. he didn't even look at me. i stopped in back up and went hey i'm in the band. i didn't like him at all. so i immediately went to bed who was that guy? he goes well, some of the other cards are here yet. eventually i found out that six or so wouldn't show up at all. >> why not? >> the police are still investigating. i won't make a definite statement, that it seems rather
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obvious for a day to not show up. >> keeping security guards are working with terrorists? >> i know one of the shooters the three kids go because he recognized income which means he's been hanging out long enough to recognize people in a situation that hairy. and not kill them and let them go. >> .biz this has not been able to independently confirm the report says that at least one security guard did save hundreds of lives that night and some of the cards themselves were shot. lauren: coming up to score another one for artificial intelligence. and master of the board can go get swallowed by a google computer program. we will tell you all about that. and what is all this laughing stock? if a swapping app is dominating the app store. we will explain this one. dow futures at 13. s&p futures f3. you you are watching the vma and
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lauren: at 5:34 in your group a decision by the european center bank or 10 minutes to s&p futures -- features that two points. nicole: checking for key commodities. 45% absent then. a 37.86 a barrel. down 1% today. gold is down $9.5. lauren: lockheed martin getting into new business at the defense giant building hybrid airship designed to deliver heavy cargo as well as personnel. it is meant to bring cargo to areas hard to have as a more traditional modes of
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transportation. the company does it to have commercials up and running by the end of 2018. nicole: another one for artificial intelligence at a google computer program unexpectedly beating one of the world top go players. the game is believed to be the most difficult for game ever created. the series of matchups have been considered a key test to see how far artificial intelligence development has come. this coming five years after ibm's ken jennings on jeopardy. lauren: facebook is joining the face filter fine print of social media giant. you can need to take a video silly face slaps on the act. we tested out for ourselves.
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nicole: gop candidates go face-to-face on fox news in a new poll shows donald trump dating marco rubio in rivera's home state of florida. good morning to eye and nicole petallides. lauren: i am transfixed. democrat hillary clinton and socialist bernie sanders talk about how they want to pay for all the stuff they want to give away like college education health care. nicole: and market, mario draghi sets to unveil the second to muscat in two months. lauren: checking out market futures ahead of the amount that. david giuseppe points and nasdaq futures of 2.5. nicole: investors rating the because in japan the nikkei rose ahead of them is in china stocks were down 2%. nicole: 7:30 a.m. eastern to
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ftse down three points. at this hour in the clear. cac in paris and dax and germany relatively flat. nicole: let's check out oil prices right now. sitting at $37.86 a barrel. lauren: feels like summer in the northeast and will tell you whether you should break up with sunscreen and head to the beach by weight. fox news meteorologist mario molina will join us. 5:42 a.m. thursday morning march march 10 at welcome to "fbn:am," first look at today's market in the latest breaking news and what to expect that they had. lauren: republican presidential candidates with a series of town hall events hosted by fox news that i prefer under donald trump on hannity criticized the politicians. >> i was a member of the establishment i meant to go. it was better at it than me? but i also saw it was wrong. politicians will do what is right for the people that gave
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them the money. lauren: florida senator marco rubio talking about personal attacks against trump. >> you've got a little dirty. you got a little noddy. >> verse about, that not who i am. i would do it differently. my kids were embarrassed by it. my wife didn't like it. it doesn't reflect that. that's not who i am. that is not what my campaign is about. >> ted cruz also an italicized the combat accusations of dirty tricks. >> they attack other candidates and their integrity. this e-mail came from a volunteer in hawaii. not necessarily with the campaign, not working for the campaign, not under authorization. three of 200,000 volunteers across the country. i cannot control nor do i want to control the 200,000 volunteers do. the night john kasich sitting
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down with greta van fester and discussing how to handle iran. >> i would actually love to suspend the nuclear agreement because business class and particularly with the inflammatory language about destroying israel is so bad, such a violation of the spirit of agreement. i would spend it, get allies admit that the sanctions back on. nicole: florida, ohio, illinois, missouri and north carolina holding primaries next tuesday. lauren: that's a lot of delegates. a new fox news poll shows translating by a wide arch in. senator rubio has 20%. this%. this counts as only 40% of florida republicans approve of rubio's job as senator there. please get some sunshine followed by governor kasich at 10%. nicole: meanwhile come in ohio's kasich leading with 34% poor. trump coming at you with 29% followed by ted is a 19% and
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marco rubio 7%. this is governor kasich's job approval rating is much stronger standing at 79%. >> the ohio races fighting to kasich. i don't want to overinterpret a single pull. it's a snapshot in time. but that approval numbers of governor of ohio versus rubio is a senator in florida. that is a huge part of the story. nicole: let's tally up your trump has thrown 50 delegates, cruz has 359 come of rubio 151 and kasich has 154. 1237 delegates are needed for the nomination. lauren: former florida governor jeb bush meeting quietly with remaining gop candidates except donald trump as republican candidates try to get support ahead of the florida primary march 15th. earlier this week's brother
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joined senator ted cruz national finance. >> ted is the only guy right now in the grace that is left that has these strong principled conservative views that can make the congress and our nation through the era of reform that will continue her greatness and raise us to even greater levels as a country. lauren: jeb bush dropped out last month. fiorina the democratic side, secretary of state hillary clinton never met senator bernie sanders square off in a debate. here are some of the highlights. >> there was no permission to be asked. it was done by my predecessors did it was committed. i didn't have to ask anyone. >> if you get indicted, we drop out? >> that's not going to have been. i'm even answering that. they make a speech so great that you got so much money would like to share it with the american people.
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>> senator sanders has talked about for a college for everybody. he has talked about universal single-payer health care for everybody and a lot of the answers say that, you know, this is going to be much more expensive than any thing senator sanders is an ending too. >> with secretary clinton is saying is that the united states should continue to be the only major country on earth that doesn't guarantee health care to all of our people. nicole: clinton facing tough questions about the 2012th in passing attack. >> on the united the attack in benghazi, be responsible for the killing of the american people. however, some of the families claim denied to them. let's listen.
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>> hillary, obama, panetta and biden also new is the video. they knew it was not the video. they let me know what the outcome was. q-quebec >> secretary clinton, did you lie to them? >> i feel a great deal of sympathy for the families for the brave americans who love their benghazi. i certainly can't even imagine the grief that she has for losing her son. but she is wrong. she's absolutely wrong. lauren: so far clinton affair in 1223 delicate. about 2400 are needed for the democratic presidential nomination. nbc news poll out this week shows americans are divided and i'm going to be between the justice department and apple lover security by phone.
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apple refuses to comply with in order to open the iphone with one of the shooters in the san bernardino attacks. on "mornings with maria" yesterday commandeered district attorneys says the request to apple is not unusual. >> the government or the independent analysis of court has been gaining access to evidence over the last 200 years guided by the fourth amendment. what is newest apple has created a technology. and then a right to privacy run the technology created. they have vast reverse a decision that apple wasn't required to open a locked iphone is used fox meteorologist maria melinda will join us. chickens back index futures on stimulus, dow futures up 14.9
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lauren: yesterday the dow closing at 17,000 event. looking at futures up 10-point nasdaq and s&p up three points each. nicole: key commodities that the run-up in oil. right now you look at 3792. up 1%. gold is pulling back. it is down 1%.
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or to 7.91. gold is not bad dollars at 1248 at troy ounce. lauren: before you head out the door, a literature thursday forecast. fox meteorologist is up for joining us. >> good morning. the track in the same slow-movislow-movi ng weather pattern in the last couple of days. the area of low pressure plate and a lot of moisture across places like eastern texas into louisiana and arkansas. dealing with a lot of flooding here. warnings and watches remain in effect in forecast for the rate to continue any risk for severe weather with damaging winds, large hail and tornadoes possible. across parts of the gulf of the gulf coast of mississippi valley could be an additional four to six inches of rain across many locations out here. as i was still have have the concern for flooding. there are some areas have seen well over six inches of rain.
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the ground of their the ground of their desaturated incendiaries dangerous situations continue to go one across places from eastern texas and said they were her. he said the storm system we have incredible wants across the southeast extending into part of the northeast like new york city where forecast a high temperature of 73 degrees. you are in the 80s in places like raleigh, atlanta, tampa. further west temperatures out there that see through this afternoon. lauren: thank you so much. nicole, not, global market action before we hand it over to moniz is maria. stay with us. index futures up five, s&p futures that too. what are they doing on this one day? lauren: go into the golf course. ♪ by being a more adventurous student?
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around 37 bucks today. right now to the downside 1% down 35 cents at 37.94. for the next several hours, one of the area. we say good morning to you, maria bartiromo. maria: good morning, everybody. thursday, march 10th. 6:00 a.m. on the east coast to hillary clinton, bernie sanders squaring off in the debate. it didn't take long for the e-mail scandal to come up. >> so who specifically gave you permission to operate your e-mails as you did? was that president barack obama and would you drop out of the race if you got indicted? maria: on the republican side from the candidates appeared on fox's ahead of the big debate. fox poll showed trump holding a commanding lead with a brake on the latest numbers to show you by voters favored tribe. for investors, the european central bank, mario draghi to lower interest rates and whether this would really help the
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eurozone economy. european markets are lower heading into the result that the media news conference. in the u.s., we are expecting a higher opening at this point for the broader average. s&p announced back in positive territory so far. in asia overnight, markets were mixed at shanghai composite was performed on the better than 2%. nikkei average in japan up a quarter of a percent. devastating businesses and confidantes of dollars in damages to the call for the explosions going on. twitter fan in to stop the brain drain. with social media giant is doing to sweeten the deal for employees. here to break it all down with us this morning, fox business network's dagen mcdowell, michael black and fox news contributor george mosbacher. thank you for being here. our top story with twos days results in the books.

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