>> breaking news this morning. terror in turkey p. three suspected cases bombers killed 36 people at istanbul's main international airport, and is now the open. live reports on the latest on the situation. warren simonetti. nicole: good morning. i'm nicole petallides. volatility with the dow bounced back 270 points yesterday checking in on the opening bell today. dow futures up 77. s&p futures up nine. lauren: in europe, another strong opening. nearly 1.5%. the other markets higher by 2%.
nicole: asian markets moving higher. japan's nikkei up 1.5%. lauren: oil prices up $48 a barrel. fifty-two cents right now. nicole: european union will meet with a representative from the united kingdom. discussing plans for swiss british had different e.u. a live report from london. transfer the topsy-turvy the competition at wimbledon. all the highlights coming up. nicole: 5:01 a.m. in new york. we welcome you to "fbn:am." the latest breaking news in what to expect that they had. lauren: terror in turkey following the deadly attack at the symbols main international airport. any moment comes the video of one of the attackers he shot
appeared video is graphic and the kids are up, get them out of the room. we look at a time to do that. 36 people were killed. 140 wounded yesterday after three attackers opened fire and set off bombs. turkish security forces believe isis was behind the attack although there has been no claim of responsibility for many groups of fire. the state department working to find out if any americans were among the big names. security increase about three new york city or ours. here is that disturbing video taken from a security camera. the video appears to show one of the attackers run into the terminal with a black pen. see the attacker falling down possibly after he was shot. then he detonates his suicide rest. there is someone tourist from boston describes what he saw. take a listen. >> people were shooting on one side. we all ran the other way and then the bombs went off and people started running the other
way. i think there was another bomb, but i'm not really sure. nicole: the attack is the latest in a string of shootings. flights between the u.s. and assemble the briefly grounded yesterday. a live report in a few minutes. nicole: donald trump reacted to the bombing was speaking at a campaign event in ohio. >> many, many people killed he had many, many people injured. folks, there is something going on that is really, really bad. it is bad and we better get smart and we better get tough or we're not going to have much of a country left, okay? it's bad. nicole: meanwhile, hillary clinton issued a statement saying today's attack in istanbul defeats terrorism and radical jihadist and around the world. reminds us the united states
cannot retrieve. we must deepen cooperation with allies and partners in the middle east and europe to take on this threat. such cooperation is essential to protect in the homeland keeping the country safe. lauren: the european union meeting for the first time in over 40 years without a representative paper that question is what's next for great written in the e.u. as well as their economies. ashley webster life in london. good morning. reporter: good morning, lauren. six days since britain voted to get out of the e.u. two straight trading days of pixar less than of pixar certainly seemed to recover a little bit. the interesting thing is that thing that's changed. many more questions than answers. how does britain disentangle itself and the european union at that damaging the economy here and said that perhaps some contagion and the e.u.
arafat remains out there, but the markets seem to have calmed down. british prime minister david cameron meeting in brussels for the last time for the e.u. leaders. somewhat of a last supper. he said that there was a lot of respect, a lot of sadness on what is occurring. he also told the e.u. leaders be careful. the issue of free movement to move across orders that he said was ultimately responsible for britain working to get out of the e.u. he asked them to think about that carefully. free movement is that the e.u. is all about. at the labour party side the labour party side of things, complete shambles. who is going to lead this party? jeremy corbin up to 80% of his own% of his own party voted day did not have confidence as leader and still refuses to step down. what will happen? only last until the end of the week?
very unlikely he's been very stubborn and labour party members say this is terrible for her party. we won't win the next general election unless we get our act together. the markets for now doing okay. we like to stress that is still very uncertain note takes is a headline or two in the markets could react again. back to you. nicole: a very fragile situation at this time. recession coming quickly, safely for the united kingdom. september 9th the magical day where we get a new prime minister. >> from today until tonight very short period of time. i think you'll see teen boys kick into high gear is today. there are at least including another strong candidate. the current home secretary.
maybe boris will be too hard to be. i meant to mention that there was a recent survey data as larger companies. 25% will wait and see how it aims for cap, but they couldn't even relocate outside of the u.k. many more questions when it comes to the uk's economy. nicole: ashley webster, thank you. nicole: break in this morning. all indications point to another isis inspired attack. one of the world's busiest airport in that airport in istanbul back open. 24 hours after three suspected terrorist detonated on scaling or to six people. by then well with the very latest. good morning, amy.
>> chloramphenicol, the death toll confirmed that 36. some police officers among the dead. for runners, turks, a lot of information yet to be pinned down on this one. 150 wounded. this has been widely condemned as heinous and cowardly predators around the world, cynical coming towards the conclusion of the muslim holy month of ramadan. a simple printed out one of the busiest in europe. turkey is under daily threat by both the so-called islamic state and kurdish separatist groups. the three terrorists drove up in a taxi in open on the airport before blowing themselves up. stunning video taken seconds before. not clear at this point how much
the carnage was actually in the departures area. suet data from a second angle, people running for their lives before that i'm enough. here you see a security officer shooting one of the terrorists. you see him fall to the floor and dropped his gun. he himself up as an officer approaches to. talk of a possible fourth attacker who may have escaped. turkish authorities. the attack happened at 10:00 local time last night. a busy time at the airport. this is the next terrorist attack in the course of the year in turkey. this is the work of the work of iis. iis itself has not been done in a claim of responsibility. sometimes they don't. their relationship is quite complex.
lauren and nicole. lauren: the next terror attack in turkey in a year and yet the airport doesn't have the proper security measures in place. i believe there is more security measures at the departures gate, not the arrivals. is that accurate? >> welcome to security as far as i know has not been particularly criticized in turkey. they do have this x-ray thing have this x-ray think of have this x-ray thing, x-ray machine is he going to departures to arrivals were exposed. there is a lot of security at the airport. the problem i've heard mentioned lately if there is not a good system for checking vehicles as they drive it to the airport because there's always going to be a first-line of defense industry peoples with guns and suicide belts approach a heavy security presence, they can still manage to carry out a fair amount of carnage. all of that now being reviewed. trade to thank so much. i know security right here in
new york has been beefed up as well. lauren: amy, thank you. u.s. stocks staged a major rally is to say the east over britain's decision to leave the e.u. after two days of heavy selling on the predicted the dow, s&p 500 and nasdaq with their best day since march 1st. stock index futures higher against looks like the rally at 72 points. let's go to peter dixon, although equities economist joining us now. peter, what do you make of this stock markets are higher for day two? >> i'm surprised in a sense because obviously i'm in the middle of all this storm watching market go up. probably because investors around the world are saying this is primarily a british problem and the rest of the world may feel some fallout, but there's an increasing realization it's not the end of the e.u.
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nicole: a statute 10:00 a.m. in new york. gunfire and explosions that istanbul's main international airport. three dozen people killed and 147 wounded. three suicide bombers carried out the attacks. security forces believe jesus was behind the attacks although there has been no claim of responsibility from any group so far. on the campaign trail, donald trump and hillary clinton reacting to the bombings. trump said it better get smart and tough. clinton said we must beat up cooperation with allies and partners in the middle east to fight terrorism.
outgoing british prime minister david kim has sold e.u. leaders in brussels that he watched lastly vote because so many voters felt there was no control over immigration from europe. kimmitt said he does not regret holding the referendum that cost him his job. let's look at stock futures in the u.s. get ahead of the opening bell for the second day 77 pints of almost half of 1%. s&p futures and nasdaq futures are gaining half of 1%. nicole: with a moderate rally today, basically the upside in positive territory for the dow and the s&p. the headlines in today's "wall street journal" "wall street journal" begins for posterity. the european telecom company looks to slash expenses at newly acquired cablevision to reinvest in singapore. insurers to pay its coverage one that the music industry's is
expanding with the growing risk of performing live terrorist attacks. entrepreneurs with a $1.1 billion tax bill. a bankruptcy court judge has ruled that billionaire a tax brought using offshore accounts. make it is a list of stocks toen after-hours trading yesterday. florida's disappointing revenue for the latest quarter. nike results hurt by strong u.s. dollar only getting stronger which affects international revenue for all of our multinationals. also watching tesla motors. an electric car maker to add two independent direct tourists to its board in separate tables of chairman and chief executive. monsanto but this quarterly warnings this morning. the zika the fourth result for the season after chemical company rejected the $62 billion takeover bid back in may.
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nicole: tear in turkey for a deadly attack. as simple as main international air part. 36 people killed after three attackers opened fire and set off bombs. turkish security believe jesus was behind the attack although there's been no claim of responsibility for many groups as far. state department working to find out if any americans were among the victims. security increase about three new york city area airports. nicole: let's get caught up on global market action over net looking at asia right now. the nikkei closed up 1.5%. kospi of 1%. hong kong hang seng up 1%. lauren: today in asia, but tran 11 gaining 2%. the dax hired by one and a quarter%. nicole: dow closed at session
highs. up again today also a good thing at 70 for dow futures. largest rally in four months. positive territory. all of paris done with the s&p. lauren: toilet 3.3% yesterday gaining another% yesterday. locating almost $5. third team dollars 22 cents an ounce. nicole: u.k. pound 133. the mexican paste the japanese yen. your weaker against the dollar. 1.48%. nicole: latest in the world of sports. day two of wimbledon showcase the top players winning their matches. number two in the world. on the women's side, serena williams followed suit. she also won 6-to. 8:00 a.m. eastern time.
the teacher roger federer. college baseball, gimp two of the series took a fast thinking onto the final two innings with the coastal carolina alleged that arizona. the game was tied until the carolina scored three runs in the top. the winner take all match up will take place at 8:00 p.m. eastern time. the indians keep good times rolling after beating the atlanta braves last night. now with 11 straight games. cleveland 34 years. cleveland had a game winning streak with may 23rd to june june 24th. tonight against atlanta and cleveland baseball street. the wind correlates in the nba. powerful thunderstorms expected to central plains.
extreme heat across the southwest. meteorologist larry molina in the weather center. good morning. >> several weather across the united states the united states in the the united states and the planes and yesterday we saw some large hail across portions of colorado into it and today we could be looking at another round of back to the day. this judge has cleared across the region and we had the eastern u.s. send the great heavy rain across portions of anything. the focus for some thunderstorms today including the risk of damaging wind in the area further west and price essentially northern high plains or because the cap potential for isolated tornadoes. temperatures right now still toasty across the southeastern u.s. and southern plains. temperatures already in the 70s out there as we head into this afternoon to temperatures continue to climb. triple digit heat in places like dallas and also across portions
of texas. atlanta will be a hot one as well. 92 degrees for the high temperature and the southwestern u.s. no changes out there just yet either. 108 degrees forecast with the fact end of the next. nicole: coming up, turning to the terror attacks, 39 a day. presidential candidates reacted to the attack in very different ways. >> is bad and we better get smart and we better get tough or we are not going to have much of a country left, okay? >> k-kilo clinton calling for international cooperation. the latest on the attacks. european leaders said david cameron to move swiftly with the u.k. exit from the e.u. the latest development day. checking that u.s. stock market futures. moderate game today puts us back in positive territory.
nicole: breaking news this morning. terror in turkey. three suspected that the suicide bombers kill 36 people in istanbul's main international airport. the airport has now been reopened. we will have the very latest on the situation. good morning. i'm to call penalties -- nicole petallides. nicole: good morning. i'm lauren: put the dow bouncing that the 370 points yesterday continued to climb in the futures market. nasdaq futures at 20. another strong opening with london's "financial times" opening up nearly 1.5% gain it back in positive territory.
nicole: to japan's nikkei index up 1.6%. lauren: oil prices moving back $48 a barrel. that is up 1.3%. nicole: for the first time, the european union but they european union but they've got a representative from each u.k. discussing their plans for us to reddish exit from the e.u. latter part from london. >> roller that the competition at wimbledon. all the highlights for you. lauren: it is wednesday, june 29th. welcome to "fbn:am," your first look at today's markets, the latest breaking news and what to expect the day ahead. nicole: terror in turkey following istanbul's main international airport. we'll show you video fun of the attackers being shot. we want to warn you that video is quite graphic and parents may want to get the children out of the room. you're so we know great now. 36 people were killed did more
than 140 wounded yesterday after attackers opened fire inside bombs. isis was behind the attack although there's been no claim of responsibility from any group so far. the state department working to find out if any americans were among those at times. security is increased about three york city airports as well. here's a look at the disturbing video from a security camera. the video appears to show one of the attackers run into the terminal with a weapon. you can see the attacker falling down after being shot. he then detonates his suicide vest. here is one of the tourists from boston. he described. let's take a look at the video. the thing from my boston person who was there and take a listen to this. >> people were shooting on one side. we all ran the other way and the bombs went off and people started running the other way with more shooting.
i think there's another bomb but i'm not really sure. >> shaken and happy to be alive. the attack is the latest in a string of bombings between the united states and istanbul were briefly grounded yesterday. a live report coming out. lauren: let's go straight to fox's terrorism. also a foreign policy adviser to donald chung. good morning. thanks for joining us. >> good morning. can you not for having. lauren: what your take on this latest terror attack? >> yes, sorry intersected. the concern right now is that this is a modified model of what happened already in brussels, many of these areas at the national airport are pretty much unfortunately for the time being open to the possibilities of
terrorist attacks. they're thinking about what will be the measures of other airports including istanbul again so i could protect the passengers. that would be the first concern to the rest is to figure out who did that. nicole: i look at this and i know there's some scanning, some security. we've seen it happen in monster in areas. these are just some recent incidences. even with bombing isis over there, it almost feels like this is a battle that can never be one and that we are all targets all the time. >> that's a great question. that would allow us to look at the whole picture. if indeed these are g heidi attacks, isis attacks are isis allies attacks, this is a back-and-forth. the alliance or the coalition bombing the target and
potentially in libya leader. they are responding strategically with these attacks in france, belgium, united states, turkey, arab world. to answer the question, as long as the machine is up and running in the love fonts, der machine will be running. i would answer the question without terminating the membership organization in the middle piece, we will oversee those attacks if it does not mean the attacks will continue, but certainly as long as the machine is out. nicole: what do we know about the suicide vest and bombs? >> is too early because turkish authorities are examining all the systems involved in not saying much because in that part of the stage of any investigation like this one, they are looking at who is doing the city. these people came from istanbul, from within istanbul.
turkish authorities know that there are many actually on turkish soil because some of them are traveling to serious and iraq. nicole: i want to jump in here. there's so much talk about gun control. talk about all the people they are defenseless at that time. it's almost a case of a fast thinker. he was faster? if you can take out the terrorists, he can detonate.com with your own firearms, then you now stop that. your thoughts on what you'll be advising donald trump at this time. >> what we are going to its going to advise is something we can assess right now expertise is this. most of the countries affects taken place talk about brand. even talking about turkey.
to answer your question, yes indeed if we do not destroy completely covered in this city since the first ones to respond then the police and the security arrived. lauren: back to this particular incident yesterday. 60 million people go to the airport every year. istanbul and turkey have been targeted multiple times. how has security not beefed up enough to know this would happen? >> not in defense of any other authorities of air force, but if you have layers and layers of security and bearing the out that, you don't have machines to detect date, those soldiers are reaching can determine if the individuals are dangerous or not is a difficult task. lauren: okay. thank you for a time. fox news terrorism next her.
nicole:.chung did react was speaking at a campaign event in ohio. >> many, many people killed as many, many people injured. folks, there is something going on that is really, really bad. it is bad and we better get smart and we better get tough or we are not going to have much of a country left, okay? it is bad. nicole: meanwhile, hillary clinton is should the statements into this attack is to bolster his resolve to defeat radical jihadist him around the world and the man says the united states cannot retreat. we must deepen cooperation with allies and partners in the middle east and europe to take on this thread. such cooperation is essential to protecting the homeland and keep our country safe. lauren: still swirling in the aftermath of the u.k. though to leave the european union.
the questions are what is next for great britain in the e.u. ashley webster joining us live in london. reporter: hey, good morning to you, boring. the second day within the markets essentially recovered by what call it an uneasy recovery. we know for sure that many questions need to be answered with regard to the uk's role in europe from this point forward the markets themselves are hoping the u.k. will get access to that giant single market that is the european union, the biggest market in the world. the question being while both the u.k. have to give up in order to get access to the market? the u.k. does not want free movement across florida is. many doubts as to whether the e.u. is very worried to other member companies will want to drop out based on what the u.k. gets in the deal. a big protest in the city and
marched on down. in access only e.u. demonstrators upset is all sorts of signs that they are most of which i cannot describe to you because they are not fit for television. there were things like leaders, not buyers. boris jordan and lawmakers that came out and said we will not give up the fight. we are european. the second (-left-paren doug even though people are very slim indeed. we want to stay in the e.u. all of those arguments are going to go nowhere and more importantly who believed the political parties is a bigger issue. lauren: right, ashley. what are some options at this point? the message that you ascended
masters no free lunch. nicole: and there's also nafta. it won't access to a single market. a lot of u.k. companies exported to europe. what are they going to have to give up? the big thing is immigration. they do not want free move in this country. they want the ability to control the borders now. i don't think the bill to get that access to the market. they will be able to strike trade deals with countries in emerging markets which they are not able to do now under e.u. rules. the devil is in the details and not until we know what those details are what get a better sense of the economy and how it's going to function in the world outside of the european union. lauren: so many questions remain. ashley, thank you.
nicole: three suspected cases bombers attacked international airport. 36 people are dead. >> we all ran the other way and the bombs went off. nicole: we will have a live report review. donald trump and hillary clinton reacting to the turkey bombing but in very different ways. we will have the story as well. u.s. stock market futures, the biggest gain in four months ago past 2016. receive the dow jones industrial average of 74. s&p futures up nine. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at running market and breaking news.
nicole: good morning to you. 5:45 a.m. in new york. a skate caught up on what's happening now. a tough story here. gunfire and explosions that assembles an international airport. three dozen people were killed. one under 50 wounded roughly. three suicide robbers carried out attacks. security forces believed jesus was behind the attack although no claim of responsibility from any group so far. we will have a live report. donald trump and hillary clinton reacting to these bombings and trump said we had better get smart and get to bed clinton said we must deepen our cooperation with middle east and europe to fight terrorism.
outgoing british prime minister david cameron has told e.u. leaders in brussels that he lost last week's vote on e.u. because so many voters thought there was no control over immigration from europe. he does not regret holding the referendum. the dow could go back into positive territory for attack on yesterday's 269-point gain. dow futures up 74. s&p futures up nine. that's it's happening now, lauren. lauren: another jesus inspired attack in turkey, the summit was the most busiest airport. the airport back open now less than 24 hours after three suspected terrorists detonated bombs killing at least 36 innocent souls. let them around with the latest for us. hi, amy. >> this is the next terrorist attack in turkey in the course of the year. the death toll now at 36.
expected to rest as much of 16. it has long been considered to be a potentially soft target for terrorists attacking security infrastructure, which is now under daily threats from both the so-called islamic state and kurdish separatist groups. you can't put a hundred% protect against this very determined and coordinated attack. they drove up in taxis, opened fire before blowing themselves up. stunning video taken seconds before a bomb that detonated inside the airport. it's not clear how much was in the departures area, how much is in the rivals. the video from the second angle, you can see people running for their lives. the airport does have x-rays are people and luggage before you can get to the check-in counters. that cannot necessarily deter an
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how panicked as turkey feeling about what is next? i was speaking to some local diaper lots yesterday. they were pointing out that turkey must feel isolated to have extended and the russian planes, but clearly used to be in this stability and power between the east and the west and that has completely eroded now but the kurdish separatist fighters and more urgently because the neighboring islamic state is ordered by serious and iraq and there's been a lot of concern that they have a structured with their border control while coming home to roost. lauren: amy kellogg in rome for
train to terror in turkey fall into in turkey find that they take it turkey fall into the attack at istanbul's main international airport. at least 36 people killed. more than 140 rooms yesterday after three attackers opened fire at an set off bombs. turkish security forces believed jesus was behind the attack although no claim of responsibility from any group so far could the state department working to find out if any americans were among the big jump evening welcomed the rts.rities increase at all three investors watching the terror attack in turkey watching the continued reverberations of the british decision to leave the european union. but there is again in europe.
2% gain for the ftse in monday and, cac and friends. train to watching markets, can make a positive. a moderate gain will allow us to do so. s&p futures that plan. yesterday the dow gained 269. lauren: the latest in the world of sports. wimbledon showcase some of the top players winning matches at these. andy murray number two in the road won in straight sets by 62, 63, 64. serena williams follows today she also won. we continue 8:00 a.m. eastern time. in college come again to take place last night to the final two innings. could you not arizona to the decisive game three. the game is tied until three runs were scored in the eighth in the eighth-inning pick the
one pick the winner take all match up to all match up that take place tonight at 8:00 p.m. eastern. after record-breaking day, chris franck continued success on a tie-breaking single in the marathon game. bryant came the 15th and which broke a tie. chicago scored five runs in the 15th waiting in runaway fashion against cincinnati by escort outside and-2. the game is the longest season in the mlb. powerful thunderstorms to the central plains. extreme heat across the southwest. maria molina live in the weather center for us. reporter: good morning. a lot of accuweather across the country. out there we have been dealing with heavy rain. a front pushed to the eastern u.s. and really knew it was still lingering. dealing with the lingering rainfall from the storm system across price of the gulf coast. lingering thunderstorms as well. out here because of a potential
for damaging winds from thunderstorms that develop. further west across portions of the high plane, you do have potential for severe weather. we did receive reports yesterday that runs a very large hail places like colorado nebraska and the threat continues today that deliver large hill and damaging winds but possible tornadoes. temperatures across portions of the plane and into the southeast already in the 70s and they will continue to climb expecting many areas to reach the 90s. southwestern u.s. like you mentioned hot again. 108 degrees in phoenix. the thread over to you. lauren: maria molina, thank you very much. nicole: before we go over to the global market action with a handed over to maria garter romo "mornings with maria." -- maria bartiromo with warnings that area.
>> take a look at the trading action to head up to .2%. cac f. 2.2% and the german dax 1.6%. at home after a 269-point gain for the dow jones industrial average. that's a good time. trying to turn it around. dow futures at 82. that is up half of 1% this morning. could go into positive territory for 2016 with a moderate gain.
that's the way of at right now. turn it over to "mornings with maria." good morning, maria bartiromo. maria: good morning, everybody. i am maria bartiromo. 6:00 a.m. on the east coast. terrorism in turkey. at least 36 people a day. 147 injured after three suicide bombers attacked the countries busiest airport. >> people were shooting one side. we all ran the other way and the bombs went off and people started running the other way with were shooting. i think there was another bomb, but i'm not really sure. maria: one of the bombs went off near a check point inside the terminal why the others were detonated near the airport's interest in parking not. turkish officials blaming isis for the attack, but the group has yet to claim responsibility. security has been ramped up in the u.s., especially in new york