true into breaking news this morning. terrorists have won chilling post and inside the nightclub during his attack. good morning. i am nicole petallides. lauren: good morning. i am lauren simonetti. why is janet yellen so concerned about it at that for the european union? nicole: ahead of the opening bell tower features 1061, s&p futures down seven. lauren: a big drop as the central bank of japan fails to offer a boost for the economy.
nhk in japan something 3%. in china the composite down half of 1%. nicole: oil prices down five straight days in a row. 4731 a barrel. lauren: home depots as mastercard and visa claiming the chip cards are different with an almost useless in preventing proud good nicole: and baseball, each of those suzuki passes pete rose all-time record in pittsburgh penguin's parade through the streets to celebrate their nhl championship. lauren: it is 5:00 a.m. in new york. june 13th. welcome to "fbn:am," the latest breaking news and what to expect for the day ahead. nicole: breaking news this morning. chillingly details about someone during a shooting rampage on sunday. he paused to make facebook posts. he pledged his allegiance to isis and one of the post. jeff flock live in orlando at
the latest. reporter: nicole, lauren, is expected president upon the -- the itinerary hasn't been announced, but maybe here later today to meet with first responders and the dems have the attack. this is new details emerge on what omar mateen was doing in the hours of the attack early sunday morning. take a listen to some of what he posted on facebook. america and russia, stop bombing that country. may allah accept me. the real muslims will never forget the filthy ways of the west. now taste the islamic state vengeance. the chairman of the committee on homeland security and government affairs senator ron johnson of wisconsin writing to mark stucker berg, i ask that you
provide facebook data on mr. mateen's account in any affiliate account including but not limited to face the same information, messages, photos and post specifically of what he was posting an offensive attack as well. hearing from various officials, federal officials as well as local officials on the investigation. let's listen to some of that. >> that is only one of many interviews with god and will continue to do in this investigation. i promise on the outcome of the investigation i'm not going to speculate with respect to any charges that might be brought as to whether any charges will be brought. it's premature to do so. >> the reference to someone's wife, speculation had been cheated he charged them but
officials not saying anything definitively on their investigation. lauren: good morning. it's going to the president will make its way to orlando. what are his plans for the visit? >> he has announced a specific schedule. he will spend three hours in orlando meeting with the first responders. we don't know for a fact he will be here at the medical honor but he will meet with the dems demanded that remain in the hospital are here as well. he wants to stand in solidarity with the city of orlando and vice president biden will be accompanying him as well. nicole: jeff flock, orlando has had a tough seven days. thank you very much. lauren: meanwhile, the family of a young american woman killed last november in now suing social media companies. the lawsuit against google,
facebook and twitter claims those companies permitted to isis to use their social media services to recruit members, raise money and spread propaganda. and the statement, facebook says that we see evidence of a threat of imminent harm for a terror attack, we reach out to law enforcement. the lawsuit is without merit and we will defend ourselves. nicole: volunteer lando massacre comment donald trump saying he will be meeting with the national rifle association to discuss ways to bug ways to bug people in terrorism watch list from buying guns. trump on fox news last night on the record. >> we will be discussing it. a number of people have brought this to my attentioion and i understand why we should be discussing it. lauren: meanwhile, democratic senator mourns the loss of 20 children in his home state of connecticut four years ago after the new town shooting with a nearly 15 hour hour filibuster
to be and if a son gun control. around two am eastern he did when commitments from amendments to expand background checks and to ban gun sales to suspect a terrorist. nicole: another tragic story of atlanta. divers found the body of the 2-year-old boy who was snatched up it will does the world each by an alligator. police say it appears the gator pulled the child into deeper water and drowned him. the boy's body was found intact. >> u.s. within the immediate area where he was last seen. it took some time to go through and make sure the water -- but the divers were able to locate the valley. -- body. drink to the post on vacation with his family from nebraska.
they issued a statement saying there are no words to convey the profound sorrow we feel for the family and their unimaginable loss. lauren: pastorate touches so many families out there. the egyptian government says search teams for a 04. they found the plane's wreckage for the plane crashed into the mediterranean sea last month and killed all 66 people on board. officials say the wreckage was found in several places but did not specify the part or the location of the part found. search crews are still looking for the black boxes. egyptian officials say the batteries of that data and cop that reporters will student stop emitting signals, making the search match were difficult. nicole: raging wildfire to flee their homes. one community has dirty been evacuated in pre-evacuation orders have been issued for five others. the cedar creek fire is estimated to have burned
3000 acres during up white smoke that could be seen for miles. >> it is a sad sight to see. my electricity might get turned off so this is the reason why the gas stations are going crazy like this. nicole: the of affairs is the fire started around noon yesterday and the cause is not yet known. lauren: let's turn to the market. at a researcher janet gallant next week's referendum on whether to remain in the european union was a turn it policy meeting decision yesterday. more now from peter barnes. >> the fed did not raise interest rates in the policy meeting ended yesterday. among other things the fed remains concerned about economic and financial risks include re-britons vote next week on whether to leave the european union. >> it is a decision that could have consequences for economic and financial markets.
if it does so it could have consequences and turn for the economic outlook that could be a factor in deciding on the appropriate path of policy. >> in its new economic forecast, the fed kept two more rate hikes on the table for this year. it sees the path of future rate hikes as far gradual now. it protects your rate increases for 2017 and 28 teen dance forecast in march. three rate hikes for each year instead of four. i was in part because of a slightly lower growth outlook for this year and next. the fed holds its next policy meeting in july. back to you in new york. lauren: fox business will have special coverage of the referendum in the u.k. throughout the day in may. we didn't want to alert you to die. "fbn:am" will start at 4:00 a.m. eastern time. we will have a two hour program
on friday, june 24th, the morning after great britain goes. nicole: will begin an issue with the bank of japan left as soon as they are. the 21 month high while the nikkei rose to the downside 3%. down half of 1%. the cost be down nearly 1%. lauren: european stocks opened thursday morning and still trading to the downside. the dax in germany and the cac in paris. nicole: it look right at home. s&p futures on facts. whether we'll take our cues we still have financials getting hit hard and we'll see whether that have been sent home. stocks are down six days in a row. 4735. gold at $22 an ounce. nicole: home depot filed a
federal lawsuit against visa and mastercard. the company claims the new chip cards are less secure than cars used in europe and elsewhere in the world. home depot says visa and mastercard measures by retailers and customers at risk of hacking attacks and cyberthieves. home depot was the latest large retailer to raise the security concerns. wal-mart sued visa over similar issues last month. lauren: talks continue to avoid a strike at macy's flagship store in new york city. the union that represents workers at will not be a strike this morning. if no agreement is reached they are ready to walk off the job later today. the contract expired at midnight. the major issues include health care, scheduling and pension plans for senior employees. there has not been a strike at macy's since 1972. macy's reported its fifth sales declined last month. they are under pressure. lots of competition for the
discount store. nicole: macy's owns bloomingdale's as well. i wonder if that would go into that. coming up, a tough week for walt disney. in china, disney opened the gates for the first theme park in the country. thousands of chinese mickey mouse fans. >> here east meets west did meets west. the past is the future and anything that is possible for those who believe. nicole: more in disney's largest overseas investment. plus media mogul redstone says he no longer tries the board of viacom. you were watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news.
lauren: welcome back to "fbn:am." as 5:15 a.m. in new york. china details about the event of terrorist south wind during a shooting rampage on sunday he caused to make a facebook post. he pledged his allegiance and one of those posts now asking facebook to repeal all of his social media information. the egyptian government said search teams have found the plane's wreckage. officials say wreckage was found in several places but did not specify the parts or location of
the part they were found. search crews are still looking for the black boxes however. the federal reserve kept interest rates unchanged but did signal is still plans to raise rates to times this year. gina gallant at college that a possible british exit from the european union was certainly a factor behind the decision not to raise rates. checking in on stock market futures, trying to rally but it's not happening this morning. 56 points. s&p futures on s&p futures on the seven and nasdaq futures giving up 19.5 this morning. nicole: signaling further rate hikes in the fed fund futures not physically not until next year. here's a look at the headlines in today's edition of "the wall street journal." the deal for a clash of clan maker super style. the deal would value super cell at $9 billion spent press the chinese internet giant to the top of the fast-growing lucrative game industry.
redstone says he no longer trusts viacom board are ceos. but the controlling shareholder says his witches and stockholder interests are being ignored. corporate clients push back after a law firms hike starting salaries are bank of america calls the decision to boost junior lawyers pay to $180,000 unjustified. a tough week for disney but the company got a boost today as it opened the gates to the first theme park in china. thousands of mickey mouse fans gathered to be the very first visitors to the $5.5 shanghai disney resort. the company's largest overseas investment. that and china's middle class implement domestic tourists implement domestic tourism to make it the world's most visited the entire attracting as many as 50 million deaths a year. bob baker says the company sees china as its greatest business opportunity since pulp disney flatlined in central florida.
>> china obviously represents incredible potential for the walt disney company in the near term and over the long-term obviously because of the size of this market and the fact that generally speaking our stories resonate quite well here. nicole: shanghai disneyland features the castle as well as attractions. the wandering mint tea house in the chinese zodiac themed garden. disney shares their theme park with state-owned group which has a 57% stake. lauren: this week's guest is chairman and ceo james gross felt as federal reserve chair gina gallant has an interest rate hike next month is still a possibility. talking about its potential impact on the stock market. >> my general sense is the stock market is a reflection of very low interest rate and as interest rates -- if interest rates go up, if our economy does
better, it is going to be hard for the stock market to do very well. lauren: you can see more on wall street week tomorrow at 8:00 p.m. eastern time. nicole: coming up, in baseball and milestone. and pittsburgh penguin stu celebrate their nhl championship . >> is a dream come true. it's unbelievable. the whole series, the whole playoffs everywhere. nicole: will have all the highlights for you. if you're about to have your morning cup of joe, you might want to let it cool down. a new warning that hot drinks can cause cancer. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news as i grab my coffee. lauren: me too.
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nicole: received in the u.k. and japan tumbled 3%. this is the bank of japan leaves everything and change. no stimulus there that obviously made the gannon story. shanghai composite index down half of 1%. the hong kong hang seng down 2%. korea's caspi down 20%. lauren: european stocks down as well. the dax and germany 10.7% and the cac in paris two thirds of 1%. nicole: after he made it to the fed yesterday, the dow 56 for
futures trade s&p "fbn:am." will have to focus on next week's british exit though. lauren: stocks down six days in a row if you include the selling received this morning if you include the 70-cent drop right now. $47.32 a barrel. old at $22. train to the latest from the world of sports. bring it on. in baseball, 4257 career hits in the japanese and north american major leagues. that is more than pete rose major league is about record. suzuki was humble in his accomplishment by saying it'ss about my teammates and the fans. the marlins outfielder is nearing the 3000 hit club as the 2979 are actually in major league is false. the nhl celebrated their big dream with a parade. 400,000 fans showed up to cheer on.
they rolled by in pickup trucks, convertibles, even if it be a step does. last time the penguins had a parade in 2008 during 375,000 spectators. some arrive 12 hours ahead of time to get there for the 11:30 a.m. parade. nba finals meant to game six. a familiar face will be back on camera. craig sager is going to join the espn broadcast team for a chance to work his final nba finals. he is known for his flashy suits as the popular sideline reporter continues his title with leukemia over the past few years. he was sheer sideline reporting duties for game six which begins tonight at 9:00 p.m. eastern time. a big basketball game in soccer game. u.s.a. ecuador. good luck tonight, guys. if you're rushing to grab a cup of joe, you might want to wait a minute before taking your first set. a new study finds drinking coffee, tea and other hot
beverages can cause cancer. anything hotter than 149 degrees might injure cells in the esophagus which could lead to cancer cells. there is good news. a cup of java at the right temperature can be beneficial. science says it can decrease the risk of liver cancer by 15%. nicole: coming up, the latest on the chilling facebook post firm omar mateen inside the club. why is fed chair gina gallant so concerned about a british exit from the european union? >> it is a decision that could have consequences for economic and financial conditions in the global financial market. nicole: we will have more on that. dow futures down 60. s&p futures on seven.
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lauren: at breaking news this morning. someone's chilling facebook post from inside the nightclub during a terrorist attack. good morning. i am lauren simonetti. nicole: good morning. i am nicole petallides. why is that janet yellen so concerned about the exit from the european union? lauren: dow futures down 50 points, nasdaq futures down 20. nicole: the central bank of japan failed to offer a boost for the economy. the shanghai composite down half of 1%.
lauren: oil prices down five days in a row making it number six today. nicole: home depots as mastercard and visa claimed and visa claiming to chip cards are defective and almost useless at preventing rot. lauren: tsuzuki had been milestone. in pittsburgh, celebrating their nhl championship. nicole: 5:31 a.m. thursday, june 16th. we welcome you to "fbn:am," the latest breaking news and what to expect the day ahead. chilling new details about the event of terrorist omar mateen during the shooting rampage. utah's his allegiance to aces in one of those posts. he has five benevento. good morning, jeff.
reporter: mateen was busy posting to facebook by making 16 phone calls fox and his intelligence sources have been told. i want to put up a couple posts taken down by facebook, but now the chairman of the senate homeland security committee is asking that facebook provide information about this. one of the first post i put. america and russia stop bombing the islamic state said the mateen. i pledge my allegiance to abu bacher albaugh body they all accept me. you kill innocent women and children by doing airstrikes. now taste the islamic state vengeance. indeed, mateen spent three hours inside pulse nightclub. a lot was going on in addition to the shooting. today we stand outside the
atlanta regional medical center were later president obama is expected to visit meeting with the first responders as well as big and said the attack. he'll be accompanied by vice president joe biden as well. the president saying it's very important to stand in solidarity with this community and with the gay transgender community he sees as being attacked in this rampage. nicole: and horrific turn of events. you mentioned how he is social media during the attack. the reports that activists have been retaliating. can you explain that? >> curiously enough on twitter accounts or attention that hackers associated with the group anonymous have gained access to a number of isis control of twitter accounts and hacked those replacing some of the isis inspired content with the gay pride messages and links to gay.
obviously still a question about motivation by mr. gay but that -- mr. mateen capitalizing on with folks anonymous. lauren: interesting turn of events. jeff flock, thank you so much. nicole: the mother of a young american woman is suing social media companies. the lawsuit against google, facebook and twitter claims that come in these knowingly permitted a fist to media services to recruit members, spread extremist propaganda. in this statement, the spokesperson says if we see evidence of a threat of imminent harm, we reach out to law enforcement. the lawsuit is not married and we will defend ourselves. lauren: following good thing to massacre come at donald trump saying he will be meeting with the national rifle association to discuss ways to block people
on terrorism watch lists are no-fly list from buying guns. here is trump on fox news on the record last night. >> i went to me that the nra. we will be discussing it. i understand why we should be discussing it. >> a democratic senator who by the loss of children in his home state for years ago after the new township and waged a nearly 15 hour filibuster demanded that some gun control measures. senator chris murphy yielded the floor around 2:00 a.m. eastern time saying he wanted commitments from leaders to hold votes on amendments and ban gun sales to suspected terrorists. lauren: another tragic story and orlando. divers have found the body of a two void snatched up by walt disney beach by an alligator. the gator pulled the little boys into deeper water and drowned him. the boy's body was found intact.
>> keywords within the immediate area where he was last seen. our divers were able to locate the body. we used sonar equipment and other means to go when. lauren: that those on vacation with his family from nebraska. the president of the walt disney world resort issuing the statement. there are no words to convey the proud profound sorrow we feel for the family and their unimaginable loss. >> the egyptian government says flight 804 has found the plane wreckage could the plane crashed into the mediterranean sea last month killing all 66 on board. the wreckage was in several places but did not specify the parts are the location of the parts. search crews are still looking for black boxes. the time is running out.
egyptian officials said battery and recorders will stand stop emitting signals making the search even more difficult. lauren: a raging wildfire first residents to leave their homes. one community has been evacuated and pre-evacuation orders have been issued for five others. the cedar creek fire estimated to have burned 3000 acres growing up white smoke that you can see right here and it could be seen. >> this is the reason why the gas pumps -- the gas stations are going crazy like this. nicole: degree of indian affairs says the fire started around noon yesterday. the causes not yet known. nicole: janet yellen says whether to remain in the european union as a factor in its latest policy meeting. more now from peter burns. >> the fed did not raise interest rates in the policy meeting ended yesterday as it.
the fed remains concerned about international economic and financial risks including great britain's vote next week on whether to leave the european union. >> it is a decision that could have consequences for economic and financial conditions in global financial. if it does so, it could have consequences in turn for u.s. seek out your work via fax or in deciding on the approach to pass the policy. >> in its new economic forecast of the sidekick two array takes on the table for this year, the same outlook in its last forecast in march. this is the path of future rate hikes is more gradual now. it projects your rate increases for 2017 and 28 teen than the forecast in march. through rate hikes were each year instead of four and i was
in part because it is slightly lower growth outlook for this year and next. the fed holds its next policy meeting in july. back to you in new york. lauren: fox business will have coverage throughout the day and night next to day. "fbn:am" starts at 4:00 a.m. eastern time for a two-hour special program on june 24th. lauren: and market check in asia a sea of red. the nikkei in japan closed lower by more than 3%. the bank of japan announces no stimulus. that's fine as a result of the shanghai in chinatown half a percent. >> banks in europe are down to the downside. it's worth noting fee appraiser came under pressure. the ftse abundant than half of 1%. german dax three quarters of 1% and the cac and friends down
three quarters of 1%. nicole: stock market futures looking down. a third of 1%. ditto for s&p futures. the site features than half of 1%. nicole: oil continues to move to the downside of 47.49. the safe haven of gold and that is that $20 at 13 away. nicole: home depot is filed against visa and mastercard. the company's newest chip cards are less secure than cards used in europe and elsewhere in the world. home depot says measures for retailers and customers at risk of hacking attacks by cyberthieves. home depot is the latest large retailer to raise security concerns. in fact it's every data breach two years ago. more than 50 million cardholders information put at risk at wal-mart to be so over similar .
nicole: avoiding a strike at macy's flagship store. the union representing workers saying there will not be a straight this morning but if no agreement is reached they are ready to walk off the job later today. the union said the major issues include health care, scheduling, pension plans for senior employees. that hasn't been a strike at macy's since 1972. if this recorders same street sales declined last month to stop close yesterday. lauren: the supermarket expected to hire reports. also looking for croakers full-year forecast in comments on store traffic in the current quarter. oracle report after the closing bell looking for the software maker to post higher results from last year thanks to growth in its cloud business are heavily investing in that part of the business. smith and wesson also expected
to report shares of the gun makers have been ranting on renewed fears of tighter gun control following last sunday's mass shooting in orlando florida. nicole: a tough week for walt disney. a change at disney opened the gates for the first theme park from thousands of chinese mickey mouse fans. >> here at east meets west. the past meets the future and anything is possible for those who believe. nicole: marne disney's largest overseas investment. sumner redstone to like or the borders ceo of viacom. we will have that another wall street journal. you are watching "fbn:am," it your first look at money market and breaking news.
nicole: good thursday morning. 5:45 a.m. here in new york here that they've caught up on what's happening now. chilling new details about omar mateen during the shooting rampage on sunday. he paused to make facebook post. he pledged allegiance to isis. congress is asking base but to reveal social media information. the egyptian government says search team for egypt air flight 804 has done the plane's wreckage. officials said the wreckage was found in several places that did not pacify parts or locations that were found. search crews are still looking
for the claims but boxers. federal reserve keep it on change. they raised rates twice this year. janet yellen acknowledged a possible exit not to raise rates. we continue to see markets under pressure day after day. dow futures down 57 right now. s&p futures down seven. lauren: today's edition of "the wall street journal." a deal for a clash of clans makers to purcell. the dow would be $9 billion the chinese internet giant and the top of the fast-growing lucrative mobile gaming industry. redstone says he no longer trust the board or ceo. sumner redstone who is the shareholder says his wishes as stockholder interests are being ignored. corporate clients push back after law firms hike starting
salaries. bank of america: the decision to boost junior lawyers paid to $180,000 unjustified. it's been a tough week for disney that the company got a boost today as it today as it opened the gates to his first theme park in china. thousands of fans gather to be the first visitors to the $5.9 billion shanghai business or bar, the largest overseas investment. the middle-class and booming domestic tourism to make it the world's most visited theme park attracting as many as 15 million deaths a year. disney ceo bob igra says the company sees china as its greatest business opportunity since walt disney bought land in central florida. >> china obviously represents incredible potential for the walt disney company in the near term and over the long-term obviously because of the size of this market and the fact that generally speaking our stories resonate quite well here.
lauren: shanghai disneyland includes the tallest castle and attractions like the one drinking tea highs and the chinese zodiac themed garden. disney shares -- and a group which has a 57% stake. nicole: wall street week as former chairman and ceo james crowe solid proof of the researcher janet jones has an interest rate hike is still a possibility. talking about his potential impact on the stock market. >> my general sense is that the stock market is a reflection of very though interest rates and as interest rates -- if interest rates go up, our economy does better, it is to be hard for the stock market to do. nicole: you can feed street weakness friday night 8:00 p.m. eastern time right here on the fox business network. trip coming up in baseball,
suzuki hits a milestone. in pittsburgh, the penguin parade through the streets to celebrate their nhl champ you should -- championship. >> it's unbelievable. the whole series, the hole playoff. lauren: we will have the highlights for you. if you're about to have your morning cup of coffee, you might want to let it cool down first. a new warning that hot drinks hot cancer. we will have a story for you. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at her midmarket and breaking news.
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ounce. lauren: suzuki reached 4257 career hits and the japanese and north american major lakes. for that pizza is major league is on record, but suzuki was how to get his accomplishments by saying it's about a teammates and fans. the miami marlins filter is also near and the 3000 hit club has 2979 had settled there in the mlb. the nhl champion pittsburgh penguins celebrated their stanley cup pick jury with 400,000 fans showing up to cheer as they rolled by and pick up trucks, convertibles and amphibious duck boats. they can about one right there. alas and the patrons had a parade was in 2009. that winter about 375,000 spec teeters. this time some fans arrive 12 hours ahead of time for the
parade started at 11:30 in the morning. the u.s. open begins today at the country club in pennsylvania. one familiar face will not be able to attend. arnold palmer right there. the latest masters in april honorary tee shot. was unable to travel to some serious mobility problems. the 86 euros will be paying close attention to the tournament that begins with the first tee time at 6:40 a.m. eastern time. nicole: cacabs warriors tonight. if you're rushing to grab a cup of coffee, you may want to wait a minute before you take your first step. urging coffee, tea, either by ridges could cause cancer. anything hotter than 149 degrees might injure cells in the esophagus which could lead to cancer cells. a cup of joe that is the right temperature can be beneficial. scientists say could decrease
you to be asian or japanese nikkei nikkei down 3%. as a result the nikkei crashes are most of the downside by 3% and the answer is to shanghai composite index down half a 1%. the hang seng down 2% and also korea's atrocity under pressure. financials have been under pressure. would you bring the new low good for gold stocks gaining german dax down three quarters of 1%. looking at home after five days of selling for the dow lost 350-point dow futures down 50. s&p down six. we are under pressure once again done a quarter of 1%. we continue to focus on a possible british exit. we will turn it over to martin said maria. drain two hey, nicole.
good morning. i am maria bartiromo. it is thursday june 16th at top stories at 6:00 a.m. a tragic ending at the happiest place on earth or the body of the 2-year-old away smashed by an alligator has been found. jerry jennings telling that it grants us and about the recovery. >> is a bit of sadness we have to deliver to the parent. but at the same time, some of what was said to them was a relief because we have located their child and that was our commitment to them that we would continue to search for the child. maria: the investigation into the terrorist attack continues. authorities looking into someone's face but posed, searching for clues into the deadly rampage. senate democrats filibustered overnight for 15 hours over gun control in the wake of the attack. e