train to making news this morning. a day after a terror attack kills 42 people in turkey. a nice condo in iraq go 250 isis fighters. the latest developments. good morning. i am nicole petallides. lauren. good morning. i am trained for. let's see how stocks are trading ahead of the opening bell. sdaq futures gaining 2.5 points. nicolestocks open relatively flat. the german dax that the lower your cacm rants up one quarter of 1%.
lauren: the nikkei and in the section but you and china shanghai comp said flat to slightly lower. oil prices gaed over 4% yesterday. today down 46 cents a 4942 a barrel. lauren: caltrans means to stop international trade deals. nicole: changes toace that could be bad news for line publishers. we are going to explain lauren: one man has qualified for the olympics for a record fifth time. in the nfl come and luck breang the bank wi his new deal for the calls. nicole: 5:01 a.m. eastern time. we welcome you to "fbn:am," your first look at today's markets ,-com,-com ma thlatest breaking news in what to expect
that they had. lauren: a series of u.s. airstrikes killing at least 250 members of the terror group. u.s. officials say the airstrikes killed for a vehicle is outside the city of falluja. iraqi forces have recently been taking lucia under isis can troll for more than two years. nicole: there is still no claim of responsibility. turkish authorities say they are increasingly convinced iss was behind the deadly assaulwhich killed 42 ople and wounded more than 200 feet deep, 230 others. turkish poli have arrested 13 people so far in connection with the attack. cia director john brennan discussed the attack during an appearance on the uncil of foreign relations. he's concerned about the increasing influence around the world and the threat it poseto the united states. >> the generated engine of foreign terrorists and not just syria and iraq still had a lo
of momentum that we cannot rest at all. they are not trying to hit us. in the region as well as the homeland. nicole: the u.s. has not been able to slow the rate and ask to plot more attacks. lauren: investigators getting closer to determine what caused egyptair flight 804 to crash into the mediterranean and they made him. data from one of two recered flight recorders show smoke in the laboratory and electronic systems area as we as a possible fire. data from the blackbox has been down with it and investigators prepared tanalyze it. 66 people on board the plane wereilled. nicole: turning to the 2016 presidential campaign.
hillary clinton making donald trump by six points. tribes 30% in the head-to-head matchup from clinton's three-point lead earlier this month. a lot of people out there still going to be swayed out of their way. turning to other issues, voters worried about gun laws. donald trump is the favorite candidate among those attacks by islamic terrorists. the most support among those pos when it comes to immigration. 42% for trump, 41% for clinton. lauren: donald trump taken this test on trade to maine. ripping into the u.s. chamber of commerce for criticizing his policy. he attacked china for tang advantage the united states. >> i talk about china.
they are the biggest abuser. every country, virtually every country that we do business with looks at us as the people. lauren: blake or when a of imus made in ottawa but the leaders of canada and mexico are the three amigos summit on trade and immigration. >> president obama and counterparts from mexico and canada stood as a free-trade agreement wednesday during a press conference in canada at the north american leaders summit. the predent within the cape nhl of mexico arrested a donald trump's tuesday speech on trade in which sean said he would renegotiate or potentially and master if he is elected president. president obama understands the concerns someh the trade on both sides of the political aisle they said we cannot disengage from trade. rather the president argued my
need to trademark. focusing solely on your local market. that's the wrong medicine. first of all because it's not feasible. reporter: trade leads to job salt and then it does since the arrangement is a benefit to all the countries involved. back to you in new york. nicole: blake burman, thank you. democratic members of the federal election commission voted last month to the first repuican presidential debate. their attempt was blocked by republican commissioners. fox news decided to change the debate format and expanding the first debate to inude lower polling candidates. democratic commissioners called it an illegal corporate contribution to the candidate.
such editorial decisions should be free for an fec regulations. >> the senate passed a senate package for the u.s. territory. >> any senators wishing to vot or change their vote? the ayesr 68. the naysayer 30. the motion to reconsider. lauren: now goes to president obama for signature in today's ft. records due to make a $2 billion payment to creditors. puerto rico and $70 billion in debt. the bill would create a territory finance and supervise staff restructuring. legislation wod not provide any direct financial aid. nicole: overght lots about paris.
i was down a 10th of a percent. the nikkei in japan up fractially. not even one 10th of 1%. hong kong hang seng one and three quarters%. korea's cost via three quarters of 1%. lauren: we do want to point t the ftse in london down just a point past recovered off again since the vote in great written to leave the european union. not the case when you look at the two fit new ich is more u.k. centric.still down a percent. e dax and germany down eight points in the cac is that they points. nicole: a couple of trading days could do to have recovered 60% of losses since the british at the vote. data features a 25. s&p futures up that too. massive creatures have to. lauren: the final day of the quarter, but not to restrict t second half of the year tomorrow. boiled down cents. the teams yesterdato hold down $4. 1322 at troy ounce. nicole: let's look at the dollar
is trading against other key currencies. the british pound stronger oakland 34. you can see that the euro, canadian dollar, mexican peso in japanese had all week her. nicole: to vote in the u.k. to leave the e.u. all but two of 33 institutions pass the final round of the fundraisers in a stress test if they were given permission to does dividend and backpacks for sharolders. morg stanley passed the test of whether the fed found weaknesses in internal risk management processes could affect required morgan stanley to submit a plan by the end of the year. the u.s. banking unit sento foreign firms deutsche bank did not pass the test because of the fed's concer about their ability to measure risk. nicole: facebook has come out with more information about how
it decides what is 1.65 billion users each time they sign on. this book will give priority from give priority for a user spends at the expense of publishers rely on referral traffic to the site. this follows a report that claimed contracr showed bias against conservative viewpoints from the reporter: topic features. the social networking published its new values, a new document that outlines the proach to the ranking algorithm. investors may get more information on the sales of assets today. the company holds his meeting and provides income to at&t in private equity firms are not competitors. most reports that the states coming in a range of $46 billion. the three-month back on monday to close out more than 2% yesterday. nico: amazon has announced the dates for his second annual time
they admit i should like to. msn createthe holiday for prime stomers last year. it was a huge success. customer ordered 34.4 million customers breaking his back friday record. lauren: they were selling stocks and people were saying we don't want to buy the stocks. in the end it was a big hit. the headlines in today's edition of "the wall street journal." marketshare shrinks as otto says he could demand this away from cars. government bonds are these big winners. germany and the united kingdom. tiny tim in a head a king-size diamond jack. they diamond the sizof a tennis ball. failto sell it an option in london. expected to stretch of a $70 million. that didn't happen.
nicole: ming out, the battle for who believed the u.k. union is taking shape. the next british prime minister. one man has now quafied for e olympics for iraq if it time. >> been le to make my 50 something that means a lot to me and 20 years from n i will be happy with making that decision to come back. nicole: all the sports headlines for you. the u.s. stock market futures of 12. s&p futures a fractional gain assets out features to the downside. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪
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nicole: good morning to 5:15 a.m. that's too. that's the account is happening now. 250 as his numbers were killed in a series of airstrikes yestery a senior defense officials tell fox news thisis fighters are driving a convoy outside of falluja have been sported vehicles destroyed. president obama blasted donald trumps trade position yesterday. his pl to withdraw from trade deals. trump plans to continue at this anti-free-trade message in a speech in new hampshire this a admin.
facebook will not give priority to users, frnds and family and his reporter: topic section even though that make her publishers face that was recently accused of showing bias against conservative news. u.s. stock market futures ahead of the opening bell. final day of the month of june in the second quarter picked out features that 20 points. s&p futures up one point. nasdaq and a one point today. back to you. nicole: gains continue but the words continue, too. u.k. says it's going to take several years to accept the european union following britain's those last week. ashley webster file in the developments out of london including hill wilreplace british prime nister david cameron. ashley joins us right now in front of parliament. i love that shot, actually. you get the very best and very latest for us.
reporter: good morning to you, nicole. every second brings a new headline. 30 minutes ago, the defense secretary of the conservative party has decided to stand alone and make his pitch to be e next prime minister of great britain. he was expected to support her as johnson but there've been some tensions revealed in an e-mail accidentally sent out. just a true soap opera, fascinating stuff. boris johnson expected to give a big speech in a couple hours from now as he officially launches his campaign. the home secreta also one of those quite favored. three top members they are hoping to be the next tory prime minister. however, when is that going to happen? is determining outcome of the mps listed at candidates and 125,000 will pick the person who would be theext prime minister. on the other side of the coin,
the labor party, what a mess. jeremy corbett in the leader of the labour party pretty much in name only. his original administration have quite. many high-profile people have taken to step down. sap i.t. is not. later today, the bank of england governor is heduled to givan address friday at 4:00 p.m. lol time that when the markets close here. we are not sure what he's going to s because he spoke a day after the exit code. it is unusual for the bank of england to announce unscheduled meeting nig as recited in a speech like this. another busyay. one week since the exit about it feels like a year, does it not? lauren: i'm sure it does. are you especially. nicole: i don't think anyone has recovery just yet. thanks, ash. lauren: one man has now qualified fo the 11th x-ray
record fifth time. >> been able to make my faith meana lot to me and i think 20 years from now i will be happy with making that decision to come back. nicole: andrew lack is breaking the bank with his new deal for e indianapolis colts. we'll have those details and wicked weather bearing down again on the bus. maria melinda will have the forecast forou. you a watching "fbn:am," your first look at rning markets and breaking news. ♪ get ready for the rio olympic games
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trying to scare caught up in the globalarket action we see overnight. yesterday's move to the upside or the ftse back into positive territory. canceled after the british had said no one 10th of 1% in the cac up one quarter of 1%. the german today explained that one 10th of 1%. lauren: we do see it.futures gher by 24 points. that is positive for 2016 and only 316 points awayrom where it was before. s&p futures update one. nasdaq futures also athe point. this separation for the rio olympics continues, zika is not the only concern. a foot and other body parts washed up on the shore nuclear big beach volleyball venue. police said the parts washed up
from the sea but offered no further details. efforts to recapture a dru trafficker who escaped from a brazilian hospital glad too because deadly gun battles in the slums of rio. 10 people have been killed, 50 schools have been closed for nine days. nicole: the olympics just around the corner. michael phelps gearing up for his death on the takings. he's the first miss in the two qualified for five olympics after his 200-meter butterfly at the trials last night. the 31-year-old clocked in three seconds off his 2009 record of one and 51 seconds and 5172nd. phelps does have time to get back his record-setting race. the olympics don't begin until the fifth. andrew lack since the richest contract. they do is keep him in indianapolis for the next six seasons and is worth up to
$140 million. got that? also includes $87 million in guaranteed money for injuries. the colts colts quarteack missed nine games because of injuries to shoulder, ribs and kidney. marcus willis or earned his chance of a lifetime to face off against roger federer. but tennis teacher took on the former number one and even take a few games. the owd called for willis throughout the match and even stood on their feet to cheer as their battle came to a close. they hyped it out right there. nicole: this tennis teacher was ranked 77291 the first run a got to place better. before you head out the door, let's get a look at your thursday forecast with fox meteologist maria molina. reporter: good morning. we coulde seeing some very typical summer like showers and understorms across parts of the southwestern u.s.
very typical to kick off around this time of the year. a lot of my sure spreading across porons of arizona and other parts of the region so activity out there as well. the northeast is a quiet morning out there. as he had in two areas further south and west, we are expected to see the isolated weather they put a low risk a damaging winds and large hail with thunderstorms that occur in those areas. temperatures this morning already very warm across parts of the southerplains. to the upper 70s. middle 80s in phoenix and the temperatures will continue to climb across the southwestern u.s. a big improvement comped to what they've been dealinwith the last couple days. at least this afternoon. we expect a high in phoenix at 99. nicole: eping it cooler. thanks, maria. lauren: keep your eye on the
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lauren: aking is a day after terror attack kills 42 people in turkey. u.s. airstrikes killed his two least 250 isis fighters. the latest developments. good morning. i am uren. nicole: good morning. i am nicole petallides. let's check igra stock mket futures right now. dow futures at 22. s&p up over wine. the percussionist of a good ftse
but ftse in london on three points. cac and germany done 16. nicole: in japan than they can thought for the session. the shanghai composite index than a 10th of a percent. oil prices popping over for% yesterday ]-right-bracket pingba 1%. $49.38 a barrel. nicole: predent obama pushes back on plan described the international trade deal. the ry latest this story lauren: changes could be batman is the good news for users to what mark q. cat and baby pictures. nicole: i'm not sure about tt. i'm as qualified for the olympics for a record fifth time in the nfl, andrew lack is breaking his n deal. it is all coming up. lauren: 5:31 a.m. break here in new york. thursday, june 30th come the final day of the month.
welcome tofbn:am," theatest breaki news and what to expect that they had. nicole: a seriesf u.s. airstrikes hitting them as his cooy in iraq killingt least 250 members of the terror group. u. officials say the airstrikes destroyed 40 hicles. iraqi forces have retaken volusia under isis control r over two years. nicole: airstrikes come a day after the deadly terror attack in istanbu turkey. no claim of responsibility, but authorities are increasingly convinced isis was behind the deadly assault which killed 42 people in one big 230 others. turkish police have arrested 13 people so far in connection with the attack. john brennan is concerned about the islamic state influence around the world and the threat poses to the united states. the sin. >> isis geneted engine of foreign terrorists and not at
syria and iraq still has a lot of momentum down that we cannot rest at all. we have to increase our efforts. it would be surprising to me that a faith is not trying to hit a boat in the region as well as in our homeland. train to brennan told congress the u.s. has not been able to slow the global reach and the group is expected to plan more attacks on the west as well as violence by loneols. nile: investators clos t teing ataud eptr good investigators say data from the record two shows about any laboratory and in the electronic systems area and a possible fire. data from the plot box has been downloaded. vestigators plan to analyze it. all 66 people on board the plane were killed.
lauren: at turning out to 2016 presidential campaign. hillary clinton making donald trump by six points. the former secretary of state has 44% to trump's 38% in a head-to-head matchup. that's an improvement from t three-point lead this month. if you turn to other issues, voters worried about gun laws prefer hillary clinton over donald trump in a general. trump is the favorite candidate among those concerned about attacks by islamic terrorists. trump has the most support among those polls when it comes to immigration and voters seem to be split when it comes to concerns about the economy. 42% for trump versus 41% for clton. nicole: donald trump has been taken as tough on trade message to northern maine. the presumptive republican presidential nominee ripping into the u.s. chamber of commerce. he also attacked china again for taking advantage of the united states
>> i talk abo china. they are the biggest abuser and they are the biggest abuser. every country virtually eve country that we do business looks at us as the people. trying to blake burman and present up and present upon this meeting in ottawa with the leaders of canada and mexico on trade and immigration. >> president obama and his counterparts from mexico and canada stood by the north american free trade agreement wednesday during a press conference in canada the north ameran leaders summi thpresident was just a strip of canada and pda does mexico were asked about donald trump tuesday speech on trade in which trump said he would renegotiate or or potentially add maths that if elected president. prident obama understands the concerns somehow that trade on both sides of the political aisle but said we cannot disengage from trade.
but that the president argued we need to trademark. >> to prescription of withdrawing from trade deals and focusing solely on your market, that's the wrong medicine. first of allt's noteasible. reporter: trade these two jobs while the arrangement is a benefit to all three countries involved. back to you in new yk. nicole: blake berman commented and activities to court. transf the senate passed a last-minute financial rescue package for the u.s. territory. >> any senators wishing to vot or change their vote? the askar 68 companies had 30. the senator provoking three weeks after the house backed the the measure now present upon the signate in just two days. puerto rico due to make a $2 billion payment to creditors.
puerto rico is $70illion in debt. the bill would create e territory finances and supervise debt restructuring. legislatiowould not provide any direct financial aid. nicole: in asia, the shanghai composite index lower. nikkei in japan ightly higher. the hong kong hang seng up one and three quarters%. lauren: amazing to see how it docs are tined yesterday. but ftse 100 had its best day in half a decade. it has regained alof the losses since that out last week to date the e.u. the dax and germy at 16. cac 23. progressives we have seen markets in europe due increasingly better. nicole: we were cooped about 60% of the losses since the british accent. dow futures up 39.
s&p futures up for. nasdaq futures up seven. lauren: oil trading at $49.47 a barrel. gold down $6. nicole: of the u.s. dollar faring against the other key currencies. the euro, u.k. pound japanese yen ours drunk or against the canadian dollar. a little bit weaker. lauren: a roughly because of the u.k. vote to leave the e.u. all but two of 3 institutions passing around of the federal reservs annu stress test. they were given permission to boosdividends and buybacks. morgan stanley pass the test but the fact that weaknesses in internal risk management processes. but that required morgan stanley to submia revised capital plan by the end of the year. the two foreign firms e richard bank and imposing their do notass the test because of the fed's concerns about their ability to measure risk. treated to the brain might on
the bank announced it would triple its shareholder dividends. facebook out wh more information about how decides that his 1.68 billn users see every time they say not that it will give priority at the expense of publishers who rely on referrals for traffic in their site. this policy report last month that clas contractor show bias against coervative viewpoints in the site's training topics. u may see a friend's kids are things like that. lauren: some people find it anying. investors get more information. in a meeting in california report indicates arise in the at&t of private equity firms have come in a range of $46 billion. yahoo! stock earlier this week fell to its lowest level in three nths.
it did close 2% yesterday. shares are down just about% in the last year. nicole: i am a prime number. amazon has announced the date for prime day. they will be connected by july july 12 at amazon created the shopping holiday for pme customers last year. 2015 primary customers order 34.8 million items worldwide, breaking the spark for the record. lauren: half of u.s. households are predicted prime numbers. some of the stocks to watch today. cons bush and brent scheduled to report first-quarter resul before t opening bell. they've issued a strong profit forecast for the use of an healthy for those premium tiers. cannot is expected to report fourth-quarter revenue above analyst estimates. the company to make chef boyardee pasta has undertaken restructuring to combat weak sales and profits. olive garden owner expected to
report a fourth-quarter profit above analyst expectations to have benefited from consumers pending on experiencesike dining out come the free food and drinks doors forou. nicole: here's a look at the helines. gm's u.s. market share shrink says auto sales peak. the automaker running short on pickups and su system in this way from cars. government on five years if winners. investors rushed to japan, germany and the united kingdom. tiny company is a diamond the size of a tennis ball fails to sail upon the knock shame. expected to fetch $70 million. lauren: so you know, nicole coming diamond summit or stone. the battle who will leave the u.k. added the european union is taking shape. we'll look at who could be the next btish prime minister. one man has now qualified for
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nicole: thursday. almost friday, july h weekend get caught up on what's happening now. 250 as its members were killed in a series of u.s. airstrikes yestery. fox news that the active fighters were driving in a convoy oside falluja. at least 40 vehicles destroyed. president up on the bus of donald trump's position on tde yesterday. he called his plan to withdraw the wrong medicine. trump is to continue his anti-free-trade message in a speech in new hampshire this afternoon. facebook says it will now get rarity to users, family and
rents in their training topi sanctions even though that may hurt publishers who rely on traffic from the site. facebook was recently accused of showing biased against her but if topics. let's check the u.s. stock market futures gate we haven't recouped the losses from the exit but we see to have features that pord work. s&p futures u five. citigroup looking higher. utsche bank under pressure. lauren: nicole, thank you or image. it will take several years to exit the e.u. ashley webster but the latest including who will replace british prime minister david cameron. ashley joining us now to get a flu shot in front of the parliament there. hi, ashley. >> good rning to you, nicole. house of commo over the left shoulder. who is going to be the next prime minister? very good question. a number of conservative members of parliament putting their hat
into the ran. a big surprise under an hour ago, michael go with linux acted to be a main contributor, a main supporter boris johnson announced boris is in demand for the job. and the one who will stand alone. i want to be theext prime minister of the u.k. teresa may as well, the home secretary also highly regarded. they will eventually be whittled down to two and the whe conservative party membership will decide who will be their next leader. turmoil continues on the labor side here jeremy corbin still in charge. everyone including his wife and moer has told him to step down, but is refusing for now. can he last until the end ofhe week? as for boris johnson, i understand he'watching his campaign a11:30 a.m. local time in about an hour from now 's got a little layout of the
same for the u.k. and the world after the u.k. is that not the e.u. lots of political drama. the markets are essentially flat. the market as the initial shock of the bow, but still very uncertain out there. nicole: bank of england governor mark carney will make a statement today. do we know what is going to say? reporter: now, he spoke on the day after the vote and did everything he could to calm th maet. lots of money to pump into the system if needed. found out late yesterday afternoon he scheduled to make an amount that gore's speech today at 4:00 p.m. local time on the right when the markets closed. a very unusual move by the bank of england. do not do anything very quickly and doesn't send them out the bank the next day. we will hear later on what mr. carney has to say. lauren: ashley wster come
alive in london. nicole: onman is not our fight for the olympics for a record fifth time. >> been able to make my faith is something that means a lot to me in 20 years from now i will look and be happy with making that decision to come back. nicole: talk about dedication. breaking the bank with his new deal forhe internet was -- indianapolis colts. wicked weather bearing down again and the west. fox meteorologist maria molina will have the forecast for you. let's check out ctures this morning. dow futures up ready for, you are watching "fbn:am," and your first look at morning market and breaking news. ♪
nicole: overnight we are looking at european markets. the rman dax up 1%. lauren: the diagnostic point the way he formute the e.u. dow futures at 44. s&p futures up not syncing a nine-point. the next phase of it this morning because the bosch the correlation. in the world of sports, olympics around the corner. michael phelps gearing up for his fifth olympic games. the first man to qualify for five olymps after a bit during the 200-meter butterfly at the u.s. trials last night.
31-year-old clocked in three seconds after the 2000 record of one minute 51 seconds and 5100th of a second. he does have time to get back to the record-setting way because the olympics don't begin until augu 6. the richest contract in the nfl's history will keep the indianapolis colts in the 60s and worth up to 100 or $8 million. the contracts include $87 million in guaranteed money. the quarterback missed nine games because of injurs to his shoulder, ribs and kidney. in baseball, with a victory in cleveland ohio contie to remain high as the indian have now won their 12thtraight game. they beat e braves three do not aim. they hope to keep their streak alive in seven innings allowing fi hits. eight strikeouts. unions did one more win to tie their longest winning streak in
ranch as sister ray. the cavs win the nba championship. they bring it home and now continuing to rent game after game. lauren: before you head out the door, look at the thursday forecast with bob meteorologist karen molina. reporter: tracking storms this morning, but most of them off parts of the west. the american ssons turning to kick off there in places like arizona and are the first parts of utah. you can see the showers today. that is something to watch out for. in the north east it is pretty sunny throughout the day. there will be enough moisture and the lingering frontal boundary will be the focus for showers and thunderstorms across calinas and parts of virginia. you can see some isolated sever weather. something to keep an eye on. further tourism advice, partof
the central plains and in some isolated figures are possible as well. temperatures right now in kansas city and dallas is 77 degrees across the top was genuine. temperatures should be as hot as they have been over the last couple days. finally a little bit of relief closer to the seasonal averages. 99 degrees with a high temperature in the city of phoenix. the southeast during next summer. 90 degrees for your forecast high. lauren: phoenix is usually 120, 102. just 99 today. >> they may be below average. nicole, pool will run than global market action before we hand it over to borders with maria. s&p futures up five. you are watching "fbn:am." stay with us. it's not --
nicole: the affa is continued. the one ftse up half a percent. german dax up 131% and the cac in transithree quarters of an ascent. the little cautionary tone. the goodss and citigroup triply dividends. now a turnover tto "mornings with maria." good morning to you, maria barter for a while. maria: good morning.
happy thursday. it is thursday june 30th. top stories at 6:00 a.m. terror fears mlions of of americans in the of americans fit into those insights for the july 4th holiday. airports beefing up security looking at new measures to put in place. the financial security threats are made of her travelers. the latest fox news poll showed 84% of americans are nervous about the ability to prevent further terrorist attacks. cia director john brennan was a physical attack the u.s. >> we still have a ways to go bere we are able to say that we have made significant progress against them. dagen maria: turkish media reported 13 people he been detained in connection to the bombing at the istanbul airport to the campaign trail, donald trump took on hillary clinton while she s secretary of state. >> she has been in opposition for so long in one way or the