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tree and to breaking news this morning. they one of the republican national convention is a drop in tension as donald trump defied tradition and introduces his wife, melania. a live report from cleveland. good morning. i'm nicole petallides. lauren: good morning. i'm trained for. the data adding another 16 points checking on stock futures down 35 points. nasdaq futures down third team. nicole: starts in japan on the rise. another 1.4%.
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lauren: oil prices fell yesterday got another quarter of 1%. the level is $45.13 a barrel. nicole: shares of netflix getting hammered after reporting a slowdown in user growth in yahoo! something as well as reporting the losses. we'll have the story. lauren: later this morning, investment bank goldman sachs. microsoft do to release its latest office. nicole: in sports, alex rodriguez is nearing a milestone car a milestone, hitting home run number 696 last night. only three players have more than 700 after eight straight losses, the conference finally figured out how to be the mets last night. we will have all the highlights. lauren: 5:01 a.m. tuesday, july 19th. you are watching "fbn:am," the latest breaking news and much of it at the day ahead. trained to melania trump making
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the case for her husband at the republican national convention in cleveland. >> donald intends to present all the people, not just some of the people. [cheers and applause] that involves christians, jewish, hispanics and african-americans and asians and the poor and the middle class. nicole: donald trump introduced his wife, breaking from the tradition of not appearing before the convention crowd for accepting the presidential nomination. >> we are going to win so they did thank you, ladies and gentlemen. we are going to win so big. nicole: former new york mayor rudy giuliani. >> it's time to make america once again.
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[cheers and applause] what happened -- what have to do there is no black america, no white america, there is just america? lauren: when a passionate speech. nicole: chat sessions, michael flynn and the dynasty sired willie robertson. a live report from cleveland just a few minutes from now. nicole: the first day of protests outside the convention were mostly people in cleveland, but some people showed up at handgun in the open carry state of ohio. connell mcshane has more from cleveland. reporter: the streets of of cleveland were quite of cleveland required of cleveland were quite bad at times and gave one the republican national convention. but they were from the protesters be observed, 95. protesters of restrictions placed upon them by police.
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they move through the downtown area. outside the quicken loans arena in downtown cleveland we did observe the debate over ohio is an open carry state to play out in real time. two young gentlemen, trump supporters with red hats for sporting their weapons. came here with guns to make a statement is one of them told us. >> it's a conversation i'm willing to start. most of it was more dangerous than it really is. it is one of those things where we watched videos around the country and it seems trump supporters. >> the conversation the young man's best friend actually took face between the two of them in the chief of police, calvin williams, called out in person to do with how these two young men were carrying their guns. i spoke to the chief after he spoke to them and his buddy told me. >> individuals exercise their
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rights to carry, but there's a difference. their weapons were partially covered in the state of ohio you have open carry state. the weapon has to be fully exposed. players must partially can field. >> is two young men were allowed to go their way. they were in compliance with the as written in ohio. chiefly this went ohio. she believes women to ohio. chiefly this went on to tell him he's proud of the way the police force the police first time of day one, hoping they can make adjustments the rest of the week. back to you guys in new york. nicole: thank you, connell mcshane. lauren: under the petulant surveillance pictures showing the baton rouge gunman talking to police moments before he opened fire. gavin long, wearing black, moving around the scene of the attack sunday morning. he shot pics officers, killing three of them. president abbas told authorities in baton rouge and the family of the three officers that to offer
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his condolences. lauren: a islamic state now says an attack or a nature man trained was one of its fighters. number of people injured on the commuter chain in germany when it teenage refugee from afghanistan attacked them with an ax and a knife. the attacker was shot in killed by police. the grammarian ministers said a homemade ices flag was found in the teenager's bedroom. officials say that three of the big and suffers serious injuries. one was slightly injured. please investigate reports from witnesses who said they heard the attacker shot à la bar. lauren: launching three ballistic missiles today. south korea went about 300 miles about 300 miles off the coast and into the sea. they detected launches of what it only occurs statutory scud type missiles would indicate more as a show of force than
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improving the capability. treat the world doping agency says russia's team should be banned from the real olympics. the debut date a investigation discovered drug testing results for russian athletes were faked for four years, including during the olympics in 24 team. >> the russian ministry of sport direct government control to know for manipulation of athletes analytical result for simple swapping and the act of participation and assistance of the fsb, csb end quote moscow and so she peered for those of you who may not outcome of the fsb is the russian federal security service, formerly known as the kgb. nicole: this imposition about 28 summer sports, the international olympic committee said it would pursue the toughest possible sanctions available against any
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individual or organization implicated in that report. lauren: let's get you caught up of local action overnight. start goes mostly to the downside. the shape titanic quarter of 1%. but kospi in south korea attorney for the 1%. he said the nikkei closed yesterday for a public holiday. nicole: let's check out how europe is failing. down arrows across the board. the worst of the bunch is the chairman dax. trade incident and a look at the dax down 1.3%. the cac in france than 1% and the london ftse down a third of 1%. lauren: red arrows impact futures at home. up seven days in a row giving back 27 points in the premarket after closing another record high yesterday.
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the s&p down six points and the nasdaq and the loving. >> we saw the complete reversal of their prior two days. oil at 45 getting 448 and 33 trends. netflix disappointing investors after reporting a sharp slowdown in the quarter. the video streaming site added 1.7 million new customers in the second order. bad news sending shares down 13% in after-hours trading. netflix subscribers are facing price spikes and those subscribers canceled their service. the company's earnings easily beat the estimate due in part to lower content costs. trade to yahoo! post another cost as an independent company. yahoo! listing $440 million in the second order.
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revenue excluding commissions for web traffic fell 19% from a year ago. the news sending shares lower in extended trading. the results on the same day of good final round of bids for the court internet business were due. the bidders are said to include verizon communications, at&t and a group that they quicken is founder dan gilbert. lauren: federal securities and exchange commission and department of justice to investigate whether the automaker inflated sales reports. the inquiry comes after a group of illinois dealers sued fiat chrysler in january. they pay dealers to report false and higher sales. one illinois dealers said they would offer $20,000 of 40 new cars. fiat chrysler said the lawsuit is without merit and it is cooperating with the federal investigation.
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nicole: goldman sachs lazar listed stocks to watch as more reports before the opening bell. earnings per share are expected to jump more than 60% a year ago when results were weighed down. revenue is expected to fall. higher revenue and it reports its second-quarter results of newer drugs for cancer and diabetes. microsoft to be the big name to watch after the closing bell. earnings expected to decline a year ago with revenue at jay moyer. investors look for signs of progress into an internet cloud computing service company. lauren: japan's tobacco brings cheap cigarettes to the u.s. the maker joins its big tobacco peers and making a new push in america as legal risks they then price is right. ibm results to climb in the pockets of growth revenue has fallen 17 quarters in a row. a tiny hard drive uses single
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atoms to store data. scientists have created a device with hundreds of times more information per square inch than the best currently available technologies out there. lauren: drama and passion. >> i am sick and tired of the decimation of donald trump by the media and by the clinton campaign. i am sick and tired of it. this is a good man. nicole: a live report from cleveland. you were watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news.
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lauren: good morning to you. the skier caught up on what is happening now. a break from tradition, donald trump came to their national convention to introduce his wife, melania. she spoke about his character is that her husband would never let america down. shut the period, even though candidates usually don't show up until they accept the nomination later in the week. sadness from netflix and yahoo! sending shares into a tailspin. netflix reported a slowdown in user growth in yahoo! had a deep love for the quarter. this can be yahoo!'s final report is an independent
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company. investment bank goldman sachs reports before the opening bell on what to expect. goldman earnings have dollars a share. microsoft reports after the close today. investors hope for a rebound from april. let's check in on stock market futures. you have to have futures down 26 points. s&p futures down six. gold record highs yesterday. nasdaq futures up 11-point disappointing. that's a look at what's happening now. nicole: goldman today, morgan stanley tomorrow. major political leaders highlight day two at the republican national convention. live in cleveland with more of the details. peter, good morning good >> to explain how president trump would create jobs and jumpstart the economy commits a nice program called make america work again will feature a pair of trump rivals commit two of his adult children in the highest ranking republican in
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town. headliners include dr. ben carson and governor chris christie, both who ran against trump in the primaries before dropping out and becoming its earliest high-profile endorsers. so was the speaker of the house, paul bryant, who stayed mostly out of sight and they want to send delegations tried in vain to shut down a boat about the rules. don't be afraid to venture president dana white will speak as well as spoke on the tribe's daughters, tiffany and his son commit donald junior. donald trump junior told us last night they will be have a family after all we hear about this stuff are never off trump organization's success is credited to the fact that the whole family is essentially involved. trump has talked a lot about his business experience. last night was more presenting donald trump is a family man. tonight is reinforcing his strength as a moneymaker basically.
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but you in new york. true to one highlight really can't do. >> the entrance, you never see the candidate on the first night come out. there you saw donald trump in silhouette before he came out. we are the champions from queen. that definitely was remarkable in the rest of the program it seemed like went off as planned. nicole: peter doocy, thank you very much. lauren: thanks, peter. a scathing report by an anti-doping agency says i'll add it should be banned from the upcoming rail ticks. >> the protection of russian athlete within a state directed system. which we described in the report i sent this in. positive methodology.
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lauren: that story plus alex rodriguez during the last uncommitted, number 696 last night. the cubs finally figured out how to beat them. that happened last night. checking in on stock index futures after a record-setting down wall street. down there is great that features 1026 points. nasdaq giving up 11. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news.
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nicole: danny kaye in japan opening for the first time this week after a holiday yesterday
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appointed 4% of the rest of asia is lower. shanghai composite down a quarter of 1%. kospi and south korea done the same. the hong kong down half a percent. nicole: look at european markets now. down near us across the board. the german dax down 1.2% after an afghan refugee went on a german train and attack people with an ax. the cacm friends down 1%. london's tate down a half of 1% amid bearish call from hsbc same foot he will be down 7% at the end of the year. lauren: investors take a bit of a breather. dow futures down 24 points, which is 0.1%. a quarter% decline after another record-setting day yesterday. train to the latest from the world of sports. alex rodriguez closing in on 700 career home runs. the yankees beat first-place baltimore orioles two to one good the first homerun and more than three months for a ride.
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only three players have more than 700 homers. babe ruth, hank aaron and terry bond. the yankees now run bullpen trio shut the door in the last three innings. an eight-game losing streak against the new york mets at the five to one win. anthony rizzo hit a three-run homer in the third inning and jon lester pitched for the cubs. the last 10 cubs visited wrigley field, and a finish that today's the world series. the game with a leg cramp in the eighth inning, leading number is two number is to do nothing last night. the royals wasted no time beating up the cleveland bullpen scoring seven runs in the inning. a grand slam by gerry davis and grand slam by jerry dates in helping the royals rallied to beat the indians 7-3. nicole: severe storms sweeping
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the northeast. some reported golf ball sized hail, even tornadoes. maria molina tracking it all. reporter: good morning to you severe storms yesterday. we could be seen storms. this is a big story as well. on the eastern u.s. throughout many days this week. you can see a scorcher as far north as rapid as the expected high temperature at 90 degrees and this continues and expands eastward over the next three days. here's a ligature forecast for wednesday in fargo. 97 degrees continuous first thursday and by friday that he continues eastward across portions of the northeast including cities like austin coming to europe when they get into the 90s as well. humidity feels even hotter than not get thunderstorms possible today across portions of the carolina in the mid-atlantic. additional across parts of the
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midwest. damaging winds and large hail possible as well. possibly an isolated tornadoes primarily damaging wind thread and the serbs continue across a similar area in the great lakes, midwest as we head into tomorrow as well. over to you. trade to donald trump defies tradition makes an appearance at the gop convention to introduce his wife, melania, as she makes a case for a trump president today. >> donald trump is ready to serve and lead this country as the next president of the united states. nicole: we will have a live report from cleveland. two stocks to watch pitchers of netflix favorite after reporting a slowdown in user growth. yahoo! something as well as they lost there. checking out u.s. stock market futures after five days in a row of record relatively light volume yesterday.
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lauren: day one of the republican national convention filled with drama and passion of donald trump defies tradition and introduces his wife, melania. good morning to you. i am lauren simonetti. nicole: good morning. i am nicole petallides. the dow added 16 points yesterday for a new record. check out u.s. up market futures today. features 1026. s&p futures down six. lauren: stocks in japan on the rise. up another 1.4%. stocks fell back down 0.2%. nicole: after falling 1.5%
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yesterday, crude i'll fortified 17 a barrel down 7 cents. lauren: to pick stocks to watch today. netflix getting hammered after reporting a slowdown in user growth. the quarterly loss. nicole: later this morning investment bank goldman sachs and after the closing bell microsoft due to release. we will tell you what to expect. lauren: a ride of the yankees during the milestone coming home at 696. only three players have 700. after eight straight losses, the cubs figured out how to beat them last night. nicole: 5:31 a.m. tuesday july 19th paper about the mute to "fbn:am" coming or look at today's markets, latest break in, latest breaking news and what to expect the day ahead. nicole: the republican national convention cleveland. >> donald intends to represent all of the people, not just some
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of the people. [cheers and applause] that includes christians and jewish and muslims. it includes hispanics and african-americans and asians and the poor in the middle class. [cheers and applause] lauren: donald trump introduces bias that broke the tradition of not appearing before the convention crowd before except in the presidential nomination. >> we are going to win so big he thank you, ladies and gentlemen. we went to big. nicole: new york city mayor rudy giuliani giving a passionate speech. >> it is time to make america one again. one america. [cheers and applause] what happened -- what happened to -- what happened to there is no black america, there is no white america, there is just
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america. nicole: other speakers included alabama senator jeff sessions, retired lieutenant general michael flynn. the dynasty star willie robertson was also there. born and live report from cleveland coming up in a few minutes. the first day of protests outside the republican national convention can mostly peaceful in cleveland. some people showed up with handguns in the up and carry state of ohio. connell mcshane has more from cleveland. reporter: the streets of cleveland were quiet at the republican national convention, but also from the protesters throughout the day nonviolent. protesters in cooperation placed riding bicycles and various marches and line through the downtown area. as they churn tonight has said the quicken loans arena in downtown cleveland, we did is that the debate over a higher status as an open carry state
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layout. two young gentlemen, trump trump supporters of its broadcasts were sporting their weapons, came here with guns to make a statement. >> at the conversation i'm willing to start and most of it without the more dangerous here today than it actually is. again, one of those things where we watched videos of other protests around the country and tram supporters get attacks. i'm not about the attacks. reporter: the conversation is young man and his friend hope to start to race between the two of them in the chief of police, calvin williams, called data person to do with how these two gentlemen were carrying their guns. i spoke to the chief after he spoke to them and here's what he told me. >> individuals exercise their constitutional rights to carry. there is a difference. their weapons were partially covered. in the state of ohio we have an open carry state. the weapon has to be fully exposed. theirs was partially concealed
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and in the state of ohio has to be fully can field. reporter: at the end of the day committed to young men were allowed to go their way. they were in compliance with the law. chief williams went on time is quite proud of the way the police force handled day one hoping to make any adjustments the rest of the week. back to you guys in new york. lauren: combo, thank you very much. nicole: breaking news this morning. surveillance pictures show independent stocking police moments before he opened fire. cabin while wearing black moving around the scene of the attack on sunday morning. longshot six officers, killing three of them. he was shot dead by police. president obama has called authoritiauthoriti es in baton rouge and the families of the three officers to offer his condolences. truth really attack or the german trade with fires.
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a number of people were injured in germany when a teenage refugee from afghanistan attacks them with an ax and a knife. the attacker was shot and killed by police. the bavaria administers the nicest bike was found in the teams that are impaired officials said three of the big names suffers serious injuries and was at the injured police investigating reports from witnesses who heard the attacker shout. nicole: north korea not to ballistic missiles. they went about 300 miles off the coast and into the sea. the launches of what to leave towards god or scud type missiles and that would indicate the firings were met or as a show of force and improving missile capability. lauren: the world doping agency says russia's team should be banned. an investigation discovered drug testing results from russian athlete are faced for four years, including doing the sochi olympics in 2014.
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>> they directed, controlled and oversaw the manipulation of that is analytical results or sample swapping india if participation and assistance of the fsb, csp in both moscow and sochi laboratories. for those of you may not know, the fsb is the russian federal security service, formally known as the kgb. >> sample something about winter sports. the committee said it would pursue the toughest possible sanctions available against any individual or organization implicated in the report. nicole: and asia, mostly down arrows. the only exception is the nikkei in japan up 1.4%. there is the shanghai composite index down a quarter of 1%. hong kong hang seng down half a percent. >> stocks in europe traded lower at this hour.
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the ftse in london done 0.4%. cac down 0.9% in the dax giving up 1.2% this morning. nicole: technology, financials commended to us all records for the dow, s&p for the fifth record close of day. pulling back a little bit. data features that support. lauren: oil prices traded at this hour at $45.19 a barrel down a nickel. take a look at gold prices traded fairly to the upset this morning. nicole: netflix is looking to the downside, disappointing investors after a sharp slowdown. the company added 1.7 customers in the second quarter well short of expect patient. the bid is 87 of five, 8735 looking down and free-market trading.
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netflix subscribers using price increases canceled their service. the company's earnings easily beat the estimate due in part to the contact call. >> what could be his final earnings report as an independent company. yahoo! listing $440 million in the second order. revenue excluding commissions paid for web traffic. 19% from year ago. sending shares lower in after-hours. the core internet business. as are said to include verizon communications, at&t and founder dan gilbert. lauren: train to federal authorities take a close look at fiat chrysler. the department of justice investigate whether the automaker inflated its sales report. the inquiry comes after a group of illinois dealers sued fiat chrysler in january claiming the company pay dealers to report false sales. one dealer was offered $20,000
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to foster reports to a new vehicles. the lawsuit is without merit. is cooperating with the investigations. the stock closed at $6.73 a share. lauren: other stats reported before today's opening bell. goldman sachs leads the list earnings per share are expected to comment and shove more than 60% a year ago when results were down by a legal charge. revenue expected to fall. analysts at for higher revenue in johnson & johnson that ford newer drugs for cancer and diabetes and microsoft will be the big name to watch after the closing bell today. revenue edging lower. signs of progress in microsoft's transition into an internet cloud computing services company. trained to look at the headlines in today's edition of "the wall street journal."
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cheap stickers to the united states. to make her a drink that's big tobacco peers and making a new push in america as legal risks stated prices rise. ibm results declined amid pockets of growth. revenue has fallen for seven straight quarters. a.k.a. jaggies a single atoms or data. scientists say they've created a device that packs hundreds of times more information per square inch than the currently available technology. lauren: a one of the gop convention came with drama and passion. >> i am sick and tired of the defamation of donald trump at the media and by the clinton campaign. i am sick and tired of it. this is a good man. lauren: live to cleveland. a joe murphy covers the northeast. fox meteorologist maria molina gives us the forecast checking in on your 401(k) right now.
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pointing to a lower open down 21 points. nasdaq futures down 10. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning market and breaking news.
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nicole: good morning. 5:45 a.m. peter than a break from tradition, donald trump came to the republican national convention last night, introduced his wife turn 11.outr and said he would never let america down. candidates don't usually show up until they accept the nomination later in the week. that mr. netflix shares of both of those into a tailspin. this could be yahoo!'s final report as an independent
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company. investment bank goldman sachs reports before the opening bell. analysts expect $3 a share up from $1.98 a year ago. investors hope for a rebound from april. let's check out u.s. stock market futures. right now doubt features down 26 in the ninth to down 12. lauren: melania trump opened last night and rudy giuliani delivering a fiery ,-com,-com ma passionatpassionat e speech. fox news live in cleveland with more. good morning. >> good morning, lauren. for day one, and make america safe again. president obama's foreign policy is his first secretary of state. some republican speakers said they kept it going throughout the evening.
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>> eye for the purposes of the media, i did not say all of islam. i did not say most of islam. said islamic extremist terrorists. you know who you are. we are coming to get you. >> so if the actions of the occupied movement black-white smatter transcends project violates the code of conduct we provide on. i call it anarchy. >> the keynote of the evening, melania trump talks about her husband and her husband's journey to capture the republican nomination. critics claim she took part of our speech, very similar phrasing in one passage, to that of michelle obama's 2008 beach. in a statement, the trump
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campaign does not at knowledge that charge of plagiarism, but the thing right in her beautiful speech, milani's team of writers to notes on her license duration and fragments that of her own thinking. about for america shone through in her speech, which made it such a success. day two begins this season. we are going for national security to economic issues this evening and also the official nomination likely of donald trump kicks off this afternoon. more identical, back to you. train to give us some of the names we might be watching tonight. reporter: some of the highlights according to the convention folks doubled to junior speaking, house speaker paul ryan, governor chris christie and ben carson. yesterday there was an anti-trump movement tried to unbind delegates, give folks to vote for whoever they wanted to vote for in the way of the trump
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nomination. trump folks say they've got not. moving forward today they will before with donald trump's nomination this afternoon. lauren: thank you. interesting to see his former contenders speaking out for him. nicole: steamy weather hits the northeast. fox meteorologist maria molina will have our forecast. in sports, alex rodriguez at the new york yankees is nearing a big milestone, hitting home run number 690. only three players have more than 700. take a guess. we will give you answers soon. looking at straight losses for the mess losses for the mess that the cubs finally figured out how to meet the -- beat the mets last night. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning market and breaking news.
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nicole: lets a economy global action. in making japan up 1.4%. the rest of the downside. shanghai composite index down one quarter of 1% of the hong kong hang seng half a percent. korea cost me down one of 1%. lauren: the ftse in london is down 28.8 rio tinto is one of the reasons the index is down. the cac in paris on 30 points in the dax down 124 this morning. trade to u.s. stock market futures looking like this at five days in a closing record high. you can cap olivarez. dow futures down 28. s&p futures on six. nasdaq down 12. nicole: lets take a look at sports. alex rodriguez closing in on 700 career home runs.
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the yankees beat the first-place baltimore aerials to the wind. the first harmonic yankees adm and three months for a rat. babe ruth, hank aaron and barry bonds. he found out that made it through six innings then the trio shut the door in the last three innings. chicago cubs ended an eight-game losing trick against the new york mets with a five to one when last night. anthony rizzo hit a three-run homer and jon lester pitched seven and two thirds innings for the cubs. the last 10 minutes visited weekly field, they finished off to advance to the world series. the minnesota twins fired terry ryan yesterday. minnesota has the worst record in the american league and is on pace to lose 100 games a ryan spent as general manager during this time with twins, but the twins are in the middle of their faith losing event.
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assistant general manager brought anthony will take over as gm as an interim basis. trenches of bear stearns is northeast reported golf ball sized hail, even tornadoes. maria molina certainly track it all here with us with the very latest. >> that's right. severe weather across parts of the eastern u.s. tracking the possibility of more severe weather and the heat that continues to build across the center of the nation, talking about dangerous amounts of heat. not only at temperatures hot, but a lot of humidity in place. heat index values onto triple digits. the forecast in the upper 90s as far north as rapid city. because of the heat and humidity combination, with keyboard and can affect an advisory stretching from as far south as you saw the way up to parts of minnesota. this isn't going to be ending anytime. over the next couple of days for the looks you excessive heat.
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upper forecast very far north continues in the thursday as well. the he continues to expand eastward as well across portions of the northeast for this friday. we will be dealing with the heat. starts heat. stars today are forecast apart of the eastern u.s. including carolinas and mid-atlantic damaging than in possible further west across parts of the northern plains and al qaeda threat will continue into tomorrow as well. let's head over to you. train to maria molina, thank you. lauren: coming outcome will have things over to "mornings with maria." the first, after multiple days of out there is days of paris and multiple highs, dow futures down 24 points. s&p futures falling back to expand nasdaq futures down 11. that is the locate your portfolio this morning. -- that is a look at your portfolio this morning the american red cross
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>> now features a canard. thank you are watching "fbn:am." maria bartiromo will take it away right now. >> life in the republican national convention in cleveland, ohio. you were watching us rational edition of "mornings with maria." >> good tuesday morning. it is tuesday, july 9th to
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hear it coming not from the convention in cleveland, ohio. 6:00 a.m. on the east coast or the crowd going wild last night as the man of the hour, donald trump took the stage to introduce his wife, melania, a possible first lady stressing her husband love for the country. >> i've been with donald for 18 years and i've been aware of his love for this country never enough agenda because like me, he loves this country very much. >> a big opening night. former new york city mayor rudy giuliani and the crowd to their feet with a rousing speech in which he attacked hillary clinton. he met clinton the obama administration for political reasons lied about the p

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