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>> breaking news this morning. donald trump dismisses contract system from gop rivals that he is spewing violence at his campaign rifles. >> i'm lauren simonetti. nicole: i'm nicole petallides. hillary clinton and bernie sanders attacking trump ahead of five key primaries. we'll have the latest in the campaign trail. >> in the market. fed unlikely to raise interest rates but they will focus on global market volatility. nicole: after rising for fourth week in a row, 218-point rally for dow jones industrial average, check out u.s. stock market futures ahead of opening bell this morning.
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dow losing 17 right now. >> in asia stocks followed u.s. market last week. shanghai composite also 1.7%. nicole: rising oil prices helping lift stocks. oil is up over 7%. it is pulling back some down about 2% at 37.73. >> in sports march madness is here. top seems have been selected. they were let out of the bag a little bit early. we'll tell you what happened and who sits at the top of each bracket. nicole: it is 5:01 a.m., it is monday. you made it through daylight savings. welcome to "fbn:am," first look at what is moving in today's markets. latest in breaking news. what happened overnight. >> a train false off the tracks. amtrak train derailed in southwest kansas. it was traveling to from los angeles to chicago when multiple cars went off the
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tracks west of dodge city. 128 passengers and 14 crew were onboard. 11 people were taken to the hospital. the other passengers were brought to recreation center. they will be given alternate destination to their final destination. nicole: breaking news. republican front-runner donald trump dismissing criticism he is fueling violence at his rallies. after some of his supporters were charged with assaulting protesters. >> everything i say. in fact if you would play 99% of the clips, i'm always saying don't hurt them. take it easy. don't hurt them. i'm saying that to the police. with rallies of 25 and 35,000 people. you don't know of one injury in any of our rallies. nicole: donald trump claiming that bernie sanders campaign sent violent protesters to his rally. senator sanders strongly denies that accusation. >> to say that we organized that
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is totally untrue. mr. trump, i think is getting very nervous. he is catching on to the fact that the american people do not support a candidate like trump who's verbiage, whose language, whose rhetoric incites violence. sandra: trump says the american people are angry about politicians and other major issues. he is just the messenger. nicole: ohio governor john kasich says the billionaire candidate is inciting in his campaign. >> i try to get hope. he pits one reason against another, the reason this is because of that group, that is not hopeful. that doesn't mean there are people attended his rallies intent on causing trouble but it's a mess. nicole: former gop presidential
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nominee plans to campaign with john kasich in ohio. winner take-all state. 66 republican delegates there. >> this comes ahead of tomorrow's primaries in five states including florida. the sunshine state is also winner-take-all state with 99 gop delegates up for france. -- grab. new poll shows marco rubio dropping to third place. trump is leading the race with 44%. followed by cruz at 24%. rubio third at 21%. kasich has 9%. nicole: switch it over to ohio. you're looking at ohio. it is very tight. donald trump and kasich both have 33%. cruz gets 27% support. rubio has 5%. senator rubio said ohio voters should vote for governor kasich to stop trump. the buckeye state popular governor was asked about rubio's plan on sunday. >> following that same logic,
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kasich florida in support rubio so he can beat trump. winner-take-all instead of splitting anti-trump vote. >> chris, i'm not out to stop anybody. i'm out to get myself elected. and so this is not like a parlor game for me. sandra: make sure to tune into fox business for our special coverage at tomorrow's presidential contest. starts at 7:00 p.m. eastern right here on the fox business network. nicole: turn it over to the democratic side. former secretary of state hillary clinton and bernie sanders attending a town hall event last night in ohio. one of the main topics, gop front-runner donald trump. mrs. clinton says trump incites violence. >> it's clear that donald trump is running a very cynical campaign pitting groups of americans against one another. he is trafficking in hate and fear. he is playing to our worst
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instincts. nicole: senator sanders also strongly criticizing trump. >> the way you beat trump is to expose him. the american people are not going to elect a president who is insulting mexicans, muslims, women, veterans, insulting virtually everybody who is not quite like donald trump. thank god most people are not quite like donald trump. nicole: two democratic white house hopefuls are fighting for nearly 700 delegates in five states in tomorrow's presidential contest. >> at least 37 people are dead and 125 others oned following a car bomb attack in turkey. the powerful bomb went off last night near a crowded bus station in the turkish capital of ankara. a massive explosion engulfing cars, buses and people. this is the secretary rift attack to hit the capital in less than a month.
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no immediate claims of spoonsability although turkish officials believe kurdish separatists are to blame. nicole: we're learning about a deadly attack on popular ivory coast resort that killed at least 16 people. a diplomatic source telling that most likely target ad u.s. delegation led by assistant secretary of commerce. he was leading a group of americans including college recruiters from the university of florida. terrorists struck a hotel popular with westerners before the delegation was due to arrive there. a group linked to al qaeda is believed to be responsible. the six attackers were also killed. sandra: u.s. and south korea conducting a major military exercise over the weekend. senator cree reportedly calling
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the drills nuclear war moves and threatening to respond with attacks. seoul recently announced more sanctions on pyongyang which prompted the north to fire short-range missiles into the sea as a show of defiance. nicole: let's get you caught up in the global market action. a lot of green arrows, folks. china, shanghai up 3/4 of 1%. nikkei up 1.7%. kospi in korea up 3/4 of 1%. >> ftse in london up .4%. also a gain for cac in paris and german dax up 1 1/2%. nicole: looking right here at home, after four straight weeks of gains a little bit of a pullback. s&p futures down three. sandra: oil prices up four weeks weeks in a row. this is how crude is trading. down 77 cents. 37.73 a barrel.
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gold is down $2 to 1257 an ounce. nicole: let's check out currencies. including the euro, yen and the pound. we're seeing that the yen is stronger against the u.s. dollar today. rest of the currencies such as pound are weaker. >> currencies and everyone else watching central bank decisions. bank of ban january, federal reserve and bank of england. yield on 10-year treasury is 1.97%, pushing closer to two. nicole: federal reserve and you will h wall street and main street will be watching the two-day meeting tomorrow. policymakers are not expected to raise interest rates. analysts will look how optimistic the fed is in. it raised a quarter of 1% in december, first time in decade after keeping rates near zero. fed meeting comes after the european central bank cut
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interest rates last week to boost the eurozone fragile economy. sandra: let's look at today's headlines in the "wall street journal." pick up a copy. as car munoz returns to work following a heart transplant with a lengthy list of things he has got to do. madison avenue grapples with lack of diversity. recent missteps paint unfortunate portrait of the ad industry. $20,000 self-driving vehicle hits the road. honda civic lx has automated safety features allows the car to drive itself on a high for $20,000. nicole: pretty cool. walt disney's, "zootopia" ruled the box office. but a newcomer is getting a lot of attention. >> something's coming. nicole: we will tell you the top films of the weekend. in sports march madness is here.
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the top teams have been selected. but they were let out of the bag a little early. we'll let you know what happened, who sits at stop of each bracket. all coming up next. check out u.s. stock market futures after four weeks of gains. s&p futures down three. nasdaq down three. you're watching fbnam, the first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪ [alarm beeps] ♪ ♪ the intelligent, all-new audi a4 is here. ♪ ♪ ain't got time to make no apologies...♪
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>> do not let her in! lauren: thriller closer field lane -- 10 closer field lane was not enough to bump disney's "zootopia" brought in $50 million. it brought in $242 million after 10 days in theaters. "deadpool" adding $10.8 million. bringing the domestic total to 328 million.
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worldwide it earned whopping $708 million. round at top five, action film, "london has fallen" is in forth place. tina fey's "whiskey tango foxtrot". nicole: i generally got the chills and creeps from that one. we're seeing down arrows here at home after four weeks of gains. dow futures pulling back. s&p futures down 2 1/2. nasdaq down two. lauren: slight equity pullback. oil is down 2% right now, just about $37.76. gold down to 1257 al ounce. nicole: we'll look at latest in the world of sports. march madness has begun with plenty of excitement. someone on twitter could not wait to find out who made the tournament and got their hands on the bracket before did was actually revealed. the picture of the bracket was tweeted out in the middle of the cbs selection show and went viral. the account has since been
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deleted. ncaa is looking into it but cbbs declined to comment there. is attorneyment to play, kansas took overall number one seed. north carolina, oregon, virginia took remaining three number one seeds. michigan state ranked as a two-seed in the midwest. kentucky is a fourth seed in the east. play-in games begin on tuesday. attorneyment starts on tuesday, march, 17th. good luck. extremely close call on the racetracks yesterday. kevin harvick and carl edwards bumped each other in the final lap before a photo finish took place. you see it right there. electronic scoring and slow motion replay gave the edge to harvick for the phoenix international raceway victory. this was the 7th closest call since electronic scoring began back in 1993. lauren: i can't believe it. that was amazing. coming up donald trump
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addresses issue of violence at his political rallies. >> people in this country are very angry. they're angry at incompetent politicians. they're angry at losing their jobs, not having a pay increase for 12 years and more. lauren: we'll have latest from the campaign trail ahead of five key primaries. thousands of homes in louisiana and mississippi damaged by massive flooding over weekend. the latest forecast to start your week. checking stock index futures this monday morning, 5:00 a.m. eastern time. dow down 14 points. nasdaq is down two. watching "fbn:am," first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪
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nicole: breaking news this morning donald trump dismisses criticism from gop rivals that he is fueling violence at his campaign rallies. good morning i'm nicole petallides. lauren: hi, everybody, i'm lauren simonetti. hillary clinton and bernie sanders attacking trump ahead of five key primaries this week. we'll have latest from the campaign trail. nicole: in the markets investors focus on federal reserve policy meeting this week. the fed unlikely to raise interest rates this week. but they will focus on global market volatility. lauren: after rising fourth week in a he row, including 208-point rally friday for the blue ships. dow futures are down seven points. nicole: in asia, stocks followed u.s. markets higher. japan's nikkei up 1.7%. shanghai index also up 1.7%.
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lauren: oil up 7% last week but pulling back in a big way right now. $37.73 is the quote. that is down 7%. nicole: in sports march madness is here. top teams have been selected. they were let out of the bag a little early. we'll let you know what happens. who sits at the top of each bracket. lauren: 5:22 a.m. eastern time on march 14th. welcome to "fbn:am," the latest if breaking news and what is next in the day ahead. nicole: breaking news, republican presidential front-runner donald trump is dismissing criticism he is fueling violence at his rallies after some of his supporters have been charged with assaulting protesters. >> i don't accept responsibility. i do not condone violence in any shape. they're not protesters. i'm telling you. they're disrupting professionals. he went absolutely wild and frankly, when they punch, it is okay. when my people punch back because they have to out of self-defense, everybody says,
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oh, isn't that terrible. lauren: trump also says the american people are angry about politicians and other major issues. he is is just the messenger. nicole: this comes ahead of tomorrow's primaries in five states including a big one, florida, the sunshine state is winner-take-all state with 99 drop delegates up for grabs. new poll fine senator marco rubio is actually dropped to third place in his home state according to a "cbs news poll." trump is leading the race with 44%, followed by cruz at 24%. rubio at 21% and kasich at 9%. lauren: flip it over to ohio. it is a very tight race there. this same poll says trump and kasich both have 33% support. cruz gets 27%. rubio just 5%. senator rubio has said ohio voters should vote for governor kasich in order to stop trump. the buckeye state's popular governor asked about rubio's
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plan on "fox news sunday." >> that same logic, should kasich supporters in florida support rubio so he can beat trump? it is winner-take-all instead of splitting the anti-trump vote? >> chris, i'm not out to stop anybody. i'm out to get myself elected. this is not like a parlor game for me. nicole: make sure to tune into fox business for our very special coverage of tomorrow's presidential contest, it starts at 7:00 p.m. eastern time right here on the fox business network lauren: asian stocks kicking off the week with gains. we have tracy chang with chinese state television. good morning, tracy. >> good morn, ladies. an official said registration-based system for ipos is not ready hinting that they wave of ipo's expect drain liquiditytry from the current marketplace will not happen
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anytime soon. hang seng gained about 1.2% after very positive data coming out of main mainland china over the weekend. moving to tokyo, japanese shares followed u.s. and european markets higher and machinery orders actually jumped 15%. that boosted confidence as well. nikkei jumping about 1.8%. reached highest level in over a month. over in south korea, the kospi traded flat as they wait for the fomc later this week. lauren: tracy you, thank you very much. stocks are trading to the upside. cac in paris is up 23. the dax in germany up 160 points. that is big gain of 1.6% this morning. nicole: after four weeks of gains, a little bit of a pull back for the dow. down just three. we're off lows of the morning. s&p down almost two. nasdaq looked at a little bit of green. giving it a try here, folks.
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lauren: can you believe the dow and s&p are only down 1% this year? it certainly has been rally past couple weeks. oil at 37p .72. gold at 1256 an ounce down $3. nicole: extreme weather wreaking havoc coast to coast this weekend n louisiana nearly 5,000 homes have been destroyed by floodwaters in the past week. at least five people were killed in historic rainfall. flood warnings remain in effect there. lauren: in mississippi nearly 200 homes have been damaged and two fishermen are missing. more than 3,000 people have been vac wayed. flooding remains a major concern there today. lauren: in the northwest a toddler survives this devastating accident. high winds topple a tree crushing this suv on a seattle road. the driver did not make it. way out west in california, volunteers rescue four people from their cars after heavy rains swept them into a creek. we have fox meteorologist
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maria molina here tracking what is next. maria, a lot of tough news this morning. good morning. >> good morning. all kinds of extreme weather across the nation. we'll look at more of throughout the week. we'll look at high temperatures, incredible how warm across parts of southern plains. very summer like. temperatures upper 80s across parts of texas. we have a storm system drag, moving eastward. it is responsible for areas of rain across the parts of the northeast. west and south, plieses like arkansas and western tennessee we saw severe weather yesterday with impulse of energy moving throughout there. it produced reported tornadoes across parts arkansas. out west we have more moisture moving inland. california to washington state you could look at areas of rain and higher elevations will deal with mountain snow out there and accumulating. we coo see across the parts mid-atlantic.
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tomorrow we could look at more severe weather across the midwest. heads up look for severe storms, damaging hail and winds and tornadoes possible. let's head over to you. lauren: maria, thank thank you r watching for us. nicole: jerry seinfeld rakes in $22 million for selling his very rare porsches. privacy debate between apple and fbi takes center stage in the south by southwest meeting in austin, texas. we'll tell you about that. futures giving it a go off the lows. dow futures down four, s&p futures down two. nasdaq half of one point to the downside. watching "fbn:am," first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪ ♪
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nicole: take a look at u.s. stock index futures. after four straight weeks of gains, s&p futures down 2 1/2. lauren: oil is down as well down 2%. 37.67 a barrel. a little more than 2%. we're seeing selling intensify. nicole: check this out. jerry seinfeld is parting ways with some of the cars in his porsche collection. 15 cars from the comedian and sitcom star were auctioned off for $22 million. the star of the show was a 1955 porsche 550 spider. it sold for about $5.3 million. only one of seinfeld's car, a 2000 porsche carrera gt prototype didn't sell because it didn't attract high enough bid. seinfeld said he never bought a car as investment. he thinks it is time for others to enjoy these cars just as he
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has over the years. lauren: but, nicole, you know what the best part was? showed up on stage with the auctioneer. how cool is that. south by southwest this past weekend had unexpected topic for discussion, dual between the apple and fbi about privacy versus national security. congresswoman delbene said who says the case cut across some policies talked about at south by southwest. the event continues until march 20th. we have coverage from south by southwest live by our own jo ling kent. she will be there starting 8:00 a.m. eastern on fox business network. nicole: coming up, donald trump says he is just the messenger and not provoking violence at his rallies because some of his rivals agrees. >> pits one group against another, says reason this is not good is because of that group. that is no helpful. i think he create ad toxic environment.
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lauren: breaking news this morning. donald trump dismisses criticism from gop rivals that he is fueling violence at his campaign rallies. good morning, i'm lauren simonetti. nicole: i'm nicole petallides. hillary clinton and bernie sanders attracting donald trump ahead of five key primaries tomorrow. we'll have latest from the campaign trail. lauren: the fed under likely to raise interest rates but they will focus on global market volatility. nicole: after rising for the fourth straight week in a row, including 218-point rally on friday for the dow jones industrial average let's check out the stock market right now. dow futures down three, s&p down two. the nasdaq just turned into the green. it is up half of one point some there is hope. lauren: in asia, stocks followed u.s. markets higher back on friday when we surged. japan's nikkei index closing up
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1.7% today. in china shanghai composite also up 1.7%. nicole: rising oil prices helping to lift stocks. oil is up over 7% last week. right now it is pulling back, down about 2%, losing 77 cents at 3.73 a barrel. lauren: in sports march madness is here. the top teams have been selected but they were let out of the bag a little bit early. we'll let you know what happened and who sits at the top of each bracket. nicole: it is 5:38 a.m., monday, march, 14th. welcome to "fbn:am," first look at morning markets, breaking news and what to expect in the day ahead. lauren: breaking news overnight, amtrak train derailed in los angeles t was involving from los angeles to chicago when multiple cars left the tracks 20 miles west of dodge city. there they are on their sides. 128 passengers, 14 crewmembers on board. 14 people taken to the hospital. the other passengers were brought to a recreation center. they will be given alternate
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transportation to their final destination. nicole: breaking news this morning, republican presidential front-runner donald trump dismissing criticism that he is fueling violence at his rallies. this comes after some of his supporters have been charged with assaulting protesters. >> everything i say, in fact, if you would play 99% of the clips, i'm always saying don't hurt them. take it easy. don't hurt them. i'm saying that to the police. with rallies of 259 and 35,000 people, you don't know of one injury in any of our rallies. lauren: trump says the american people are angry about politicians and other major issues. and that he is just the messenger. nicole: a man arrested and charged after he charged trying to get on the stage in trump rally in ohio, purportedly telling police he planned to grab the microphone and yell trump is racist. the 22-year-old says he didn't intend to hurt anyone. secret service agents, jumped, they surrounded donald trump and
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tried to join this candidate on stage here. so it is, tensions were high. lauren: this all comes ahead of tomorrow's primaries in five states, including florida. sunshine state is also winner-take-all state, 99 delegates on the gop side are up for grabs. new poll finds senator marco rubio, he dropped to third place in his home state. according to a "cbs news poll," trump is leading pack, 44%. followed by cruz at 24%. marco rubio at 21%. and governor kasich at 9%. nicole: in ohio it is very tight. the same poll says donald trump and kasich both have 33% support. cruz gets 27%. rubio has just 5%. senator rubio has said ohio voters should vote for governor kasich just to stop trump. the buckeye's state's popular governor was asked about rubio's plan on sunday. >> following that same logic, should kasich supporters in florida support rubio so he can beat trump?
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it is winner-take-all instead of splitting the anti-trump vote? >> chris, i'm not out to stop anybody. i'm out to get myself elected. and so this is not like a parlor game for me. lauren: make sure to tune into fox business for our special coverage of tomorrow's presidential contest. all starts at 7:00 p.m. eastern right here on fox business network. nicole: on democratic side, former secretary of state hillary clinton and senator sanders attending a town hall event last night in ohio. and one of the main topics, gop front-runner donald trump. mrs. clinton says trump incites violence. >> it's clear that donald trump is running a very cynical campaign pitting groups of americans against one another. he is trafficking in hate and fear. he is playing to our worst instincts. nicole: senator sanders also
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strongly criticizing trump. >> the way you beat trump is to expose him. the american people are not going to elect a president who is insulting mexicans, muslims, women, veterans, insulting virtually everybody who is not quite like donald trump. thank god most people are not quite like donald trump. nicole: the two democratic white house hopefuls are fighting for nearly 700 delegates in five states in tomorrow's presidential contests. lauren: at least 37 people are dead and 125 others oned following a car bomb attack in turkey. the powerful bomb went off last night near a crowded bus station in the turkish capital of ankara. the massive explosion engulfing cars, buses and people. this is the secretaryist attack to hit the capitol in less than a month. there were no immediate claims of responsibility. turkish officials suspect that
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kurdish separatists are to blame. nicole: we're learning more about a an attack on a popular ivory coast resort that killed at least 16 people. diplomatic source tells fox news that the attack most likely target ad u.s. delegation led built u.s. secretary of commerce. he was leading a group of americans, including college recruiters from the university of florida. terrorists struck a hotel popular with westerners before the delegation was due to arrive there. a group linked to al qaeda is believed to be responsible. the six attackers were also killed. lauren: the u.s. and south korea conducting a major military exercise over the weekend as tensions on the korean peninsula continue to rise. u.s. and south korean sailors staging landing drills on south korea yeahs east coast as part of annual exercises which the south says are the largest ever. north korea reportedly calling the drills nuclear war moves and threatening to respond with attacks.
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seoul recently announced more sanctions on pyongyang which prompted the north to fire short-range missiles into the sea as a show of defiance. nicole: let's get you caught up on the global market action we've been seeing overnight in asia. all up arrows. shanghai up 1.7%. in japan the nikkei is up 1.7% as well. hong kong up 1.1%. lauren: green monday in asia. green monday in europe. cac is up 26 and dax is up 175 points. nicole: u.s. stock market futures looked like this, now turned into the green. dow higher by 7 1/2 points. nasdaq futures up 3 1/2. lauren: checking key commodities, oil and gold, oil is down 80 cents. gold down $2 a barrel. nicole: here is how the dollar is faring against other key currencies. all lower against the green back but the japanese yen gains. lauren: yield on 10-year treasury pushing up towards 2%.
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up to 1.97%. nicole: federal reserve open as two-day meeting tomorrow. policymakers are not expected to raise interest rates again but analysts look how optimistic the fed is in its policy statement. the central bank raised the key short-term interest rate by a quarter 1% in december after keeping rates near zero for almost a decade. the fed meeting comes after the european central bank cut interest rates last week to boost the eurozone's fragile economy. lauren: here are the today's headlines in the today's edition of "wall street journal." as car munoz returns to work full time, get this, following a heart transplant. he has a lengthy list of things to do. then you have madison avenue grapples with lack of diversity. missteps and allegations paint a unflattering portrait of the ad industry. $20,000 self driving car hits the road. honda's new civic lx have automated safety features to allow the car to drive itself on the highway.
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nicole: coming up, walt disney's "zootopia" ruled the bock office for the second week in a row but a newcomer is getting a lot of attention. >> something's coming. nicole: we'll tell you the top films for the weekend. in sport, march madness is here. top teams have been selected. they were let out of the bag a little bit early. i'll let you know what happens and who sits at the top of each bracket. that is next. checking u.s. stock futures moving into the green. dow is up six. s&p up half a point and nasdaq up over three. you're watching "fbn:am," first look at breaking news. ♪ when you think about success, what does it look like?
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>> don't go. don't open that door! >> it's a woman. >> don't let her in! >> open the door! >> she is begging -- >> do not let her in! nicole: the thriller, "10 cloverfield lane," had the best opening of new releases at box office this weekend, earning estimated $25.2 million. it wasn't enough to bump disney's "zootopia" from the top spot. animated adventure earned $58 million in its second weekend, bringing domestic total to 242.$6 million after only 10 days in theater. "deadpool" added $10.8 million,
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bringing domestic total to 328 million. worldwide the film earned a whopping $708 million. rounding out the top five, the action film film, london is falling and tina fey film, tango whiskey foxtrot. lauren: shanghai composite is up 1.75%. nikkei up 1.75%. hank seng up 7%. nicole: in europe stocks have been to the upside. we're seeing london's ftse up 1/3 of 1%. cac is up 1/3 of 1%. cac is the star in the green up 1.4%. lauren: so far the dow industrials are down a little over 1%. s&p down 1% after closing at 2022 friday. highest level all year. small set back this morning. nicole: oil, it gained last week but look at it right now, down
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80 cents at 37.70, down 2% as gold gains 20 cents. lauren: take a look, latest from the world of sports. march madness has begun with plenty of excitement. someone on twitter couldn't wait to find out who made the tournament and they got their hands on the bracket before it was revealed. this picture of the bracket tweeted out in the middle of the cbs selection show. it went viral. the account has been deleted. ncaa is looking into it. cbs declined to comment. don't forget there is still a tournament to play. kansas has number one overall seed. north carolina, oregon and virginia took three remaining number one seeds. other notable selections, michigan state ranked as 2 seed and kentucky fourth seed in the east. play-in games begin on tuesday, while the turn any starts thursday march 17th. another down to the wire matchup the knicks beat the lakers in the final seconds of the game 90-87. carmelo anthony scored 12 points in the fourth quarter to keep
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the game close. it was jose calderon who nails the game-winning three with .2 of a second remaining. the knicks victory was anthony's 500th career win and kobe bryant's 500th career loss. nicole: extreme weather wreaking havoc coast to coast this weekend. louisiana, 5,000 homes destroyed by floodwaters past week. five people were killed in historic rainfall. flood warnings remain in effect there. mississippi, nearly 200 homes have been damaged and two fishermen are missing. more than 3,000 people have been evacuated and flooding remains a major concern there today. lauren: in the northwest a toddler survives this devastating accident. high winds topple a tree crushing this suv on a road in seattle. the driver, he did not make it. out west in california, volunteers rescue four people from their cars after heavy rains swept them into a creek.
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fox meteorologist maria molina is here tracking what is next. good monday morning, maria. >> good monday morning. it will be a another busy weather week across the nation. i want to show you temperatures across the nation here to set the stage what is going on nationally. parts of the west we have cooler temperatures with the temperatures only 30s, 40s, low 50s for some of you. parts of northern new england waking up to temperatures only in the teens. meanwhile we head into this afternoon it will be plains will feel spring-like or summer-like for some of you, with temperatures expected to reach the low 90s. as far as precipitation goes we have another storm system into parts of western u.s., with rain and mountain snow. we had weather across arkansas bringing in tornadoes and we expect to see another round of severe weather across the mid atlantic. farther north you deal mostly with the rain of the as we head into tomorrow, more severe storms possible.
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this time around it could be across parts of the midwest with large hail, damaging winds and isolated tornadoes possible. head over to you. lauren: maria molina thank you. nicole: coming up we'll run down global market action before we hand it over to "mornings with maria." dow futures turning down, down 21. thank you for calling. we'll be with you shortly. yeah right... xerox predictive analytics help companies provide a better and faster customer experience. hello mr. kent. can i rebook your flight? i'm here! customer care can work better. with xerox. wait i'm here! mr. kent? (gasp) shark diving! xerox personalized employee portals help companies make benefits simple and accessible... from anywhere. hula dancing? cliff jumping! human resources can work better. with xerox.
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nicole: global markets. europe higher as well. french cac up a quarter of 1%. german dax up 1 1/2%. right here at home after four weeks of gains we are seating you dow futures down about 10, s&p down three and nasdaq is down just overthree. we're awaiting oil down 67 cents. that is down 1.7%, as gold gains about a buck. fed busy week ahead. "mornings with maria." we say good morning to you, maria bartiromo. maria: hey, nicole. welcome. i'm maria bartiromo. it is monday march 14th, your top stories at 6:00 a.m. on the east coast. count down to super tuesday 2.0, making pitches to streeters in key states of florida and ohio.
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temperature rising as violence erupts at trump rallies. candidates on both sides of the aisle blaming mr. trump. >> i think he create ad toxic environment. >> the american people do not support a candidate like trump whose verbiage, whose language, whose rhetoric incites violence. maria: but donald trump is standing by his ground. >> there are very few of them but they are bad. now, you hear about a couple of -- one in particular. vicious, swinging. guess what happens? our people started swinging back. maria: we have all the latest from the campaign trail coming up in the program. breaking news overnight. amtrak train derailed in kansas. five cars on their side. dozens of people injured. maryland police officer killed in an unprovoked attack. two suspects are in custody. another technology giant in the cross-hairs of the government over encryption. why facebook's what's app is
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making it harder for law enforcement to tap into conversations. chaos in miami over the weekend. thousands of spring breakers filling streets and fights breaking out on the streets of south beach. we'll have all of that for you. market action, investors waiting two central bank decisions. bank of japan and federal reserve on deck. markets are expected to open lower. fractional losses. retail sales out tomorrow. between that and fomc meeting, lots to digest for investors. markets in europe look like this cac? paris and dax index also fractionally better on session. in asia, shanghai, composite up 1 and 3/4%. all those stories coming up and breaking it down with me, fox business network's dagen mcdowell, skybridge capital founder, wall street week host anthony scaramucci, an riverfront chairman michael

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