lauren: breaking news this morning. donald trump aims to reboot his campaign with a major speech on the economy. we will have a preview for you. good morning, i'm lauren simonetti. nicole: good morning, i'm nicole petallides. and hillary clinton already hitting back at trump with rebuttal to his speech and we will have all the details for you. lauren: friday release of job's report sparking a global stork market. checking in on u.s. stock market futures futures ahead of today's opening bell, dow futures indicating 47% rise at the open. nasdaq gaining 16 points. nicole: in asia stocks also in rally mode. let's check it out.
that's up 1%. lauren: check out oil prices, they have been down 11 in the past trading sessions, right now up 42.41 a barrel. nicole: japan makes a rare televised address that could make it difficult, significant change in japan's imperial system since world war ii. lauren: michael phelps leads team to u.s. victory. 19 gold medal. in baseball alex rodríguez says he will be hanging up his cleats. nicole: that was big news over the weekend. it's 5:01 a.m. we welcome you to fbn:am. first look at what to expect on the day ahead. dozens of adelta passengers are experiences massive delays due to system wide failure.
the systems are down everywhere, all flights have been grounded. , an airline spokeswoman confirmed there are failures but not being able to provide details. passenger reported delays at airports including london, tokyo and los angeles. lauren: donald trump hope to go ri boot presidential bid today in detroit with what he calls a major economic speech. trump is expect today propose ways to boost the economy including lowering the tax rate to 15% and cutting tax rates for individuals. newt gingrich who was an adviser speaking on fox news sunday he says trump has gotten the message over the past few days. >> he came out and endorsed paul ryan, endorsed john mccain, endorsed kelly, these are steps back, it's very tricky if you have never run for public office to jump from being a businessman
to being one of the two leaders fighting for the presidency and he's made some mistakes. lauren: democratic presidential nominee hillary clinton will deliver her own economic speech in detroit, that's later this week. nicole: meanwhile clinton running mate says she has learned lessons from the controversy over use of private e-mail server. senator tim kaine says that hillary clinton can improve trust worthiness with the american people. >> i am not presumptuous enough to think about how i am going to do things after november, but i know that this is something that she's learned from and we are going to be transparent, absolutely. nicole: kaine adding that clinton is doing better in polls recently because they came out of the democratic national convention with some real positive momentum after she told her story of how she has helped people. lauren: ohio governor kasich leaving the door open when it comes to endorsing donald trump, the former gop presidential
candidate discussing that topic yesterday with three months remaining before election day. >> you also do not support donald trump. >> i have not endorsed him. >> we still have time. something i think about a little bit but not a lot. lauren: trump winning home state would be really difficult. he refused to attend at the republican national convention last month in cleveland. get this, no gop presidential nominee has been elected to the white house without winning the state of ohio. nicole: it's going to be tight. former mayor giuliani taking hillary clinton to task on fox and friends, for her decision not to endorse one of the country's largest police unions. >> the fact that she will not take the support of the police makes the point that liberal
commentators say it's unfair. democratic party has become an antilaw enforcement party. and this is the best demonstration of it. nicole: giuliani says he sees antipolice in america and blames clinton and the democratic party for stirring up those feelings. clinton has voiced supports for black lives matter which grew out of controversial shootings by police officers. lauren: police shooting of an unarmed man in chicago, this comes after police released video and that video shows fatal shooting of paul o'neil. >> we knew they killed him before that but seeing the video and how they acted with each other, just made it seem like our lives don't matter. >> everyone in power right now, they don't have to live with repercussions of this, we do.
we have a whole life of ahead of us. lauren: the footage does not show when he was shot in the back. the police have not identified officers involved here. nicole: expressing concerns about ability to carry out duties as he ages, the 82-year-old making remarks on a rare video message on national television. he suggests a need to consider how to make succession process smoother, this comes after report that is he may want to advocate in the coming years. lauren: let's turn it to some weather news here because massive mud slides killed at least 39 people in eastern méxico, they were caused by heavy rains from hurricane earl, collapsed onto many homes in the area, meanwhile méxico now preparing for a newly formed tropical storm that's moving over the pacific toward the southern end of baja california. nicole: iran has confirmed that it executed scientists, he gave intelligence to the united
states about the country's contested nuclear program. the official iranian agency quoted the spokesman there, iran confirming the execution of the iranian nuclear scientist. he returned to his home country and disappeared. the iranian reports said the scientist pros vied it had enemy with vital information of the country. lauren: the controversy continues over the $400 million that the u.s. sent to iran last january on the day it released american hostages. arkansas senator tom cotton said that other dictators and terrorists now they they'll be able to get similar money. >> they clearly think it's a ran some payment. maybe they too will get 400 million. that's why it's so dangerous. lauren: the way the money was transferred was deeply unwise.
nicole: isis claimed to have have seized weapons, communications gear, rocket launcher and even the id card of a soldier. t not clear when the pictures posted to social med aware actually taken. the american soldier whose identification was pictured was not captured by isis. there's no information on how the terror group got the u.s. military equipment. lauren: at -- a lot of people are talk about accident, a little boy died on 168-foot tall water slide. the child was a son of a kansas state law maker. police have no proud provided details of what led to the 10-year-old's death. that ballpark will be clos today. nicole: we have a better than expected job's report on friday and that fuel it had markets to move to the upside even into record territory and we are seeing the global movement, in
reaction to that this is opportunity to react to friday moves. you can see the nikkei in japan gained 2 and a half percent and in china one percent and hong kong up one and a half percent. lauren: this is europe's opportunity to respond to our strong report on friday. we have up arrows across the board. dax in germany rising the most, 1%. paris up 6% and ftse gaining .3% this morning. nicole: i saw a lot of green and that translates at home. we are seeing dow futures 46 points. s&p futures up 5. nasdaq up 15. and we will get earnings and also economic news such as retail sales later this week. lauren: oil back $42 a barrel. 42.43, gain of one and a half percent. gold giving backs 3.35 a troy ounce. nicole: you see the euro and the
mexican peso and canadian dollar stronger against the u.s. dollar while the uk pound and japanese yen are weaker against the greenback. lauren: that fueled the nikkei stock average. 1 point -- i'm going to guess 1%. nicole: you don't have to guess. acquiring the ownest of sleep's, the deal would create the largest mattress firm, it would also open up the u.s. market which is based in cape town, south africa. lauren: facebook customizing photo capability for olympics. a camera appeared on the top of the news feed and pictures included filters, frames, latest example of facebook's philosophy. the system is seen as move into the world of snapchat and more
ad dollars. nicole: big economy data of the week will come on friday when they release retail sales. economist forecast 0.5% of growth, that's almost the same as the 0.6% rise that we saw in june. sales are expected to get a boost from early back to school shopping. lauren: coming up, we are going to have the latest on the breaking news out of delta airlines, delta grounds all flights, plus nbc fails to score goals with the olympic opening ceremony. we will tell you how they stacked up and wild weather moving across the country. florida about to get slammed from heavy rain. maria molina will have the forecast. dow futures are up 46 points, this is interesting because back on friday you had the s&p and the nasdaq closing at record highs and right now the s&p is up again at 5 points. nasdaq is higher too. oil is trading 42.41, gain of
nicole: 5:15 a.m. we begin with this, delta airlines says all of its planes are grounded this morning because of massive system failure, thousands of delta passengers around the world are experiencing delays. passengers reported delays at airports including london, tokyo and los angeles. donald trump plans to make a major economic speech in detroit today. hillary clinton on thursday to make a speech of her own. michael phelps record medal 19.
phelps has won 23 medals, the most decorated olympian of all time. coppinglations to -- congratulations to him and usa. we saw record closes particularly for the s&p 500 and also the nasdaq, we see dow futures up 47, s&p futures up 5 and nasdaq up 15. lauren, that's what's happening now. lauren: nicole, thanks. let's take a look at stocks to watch. expected to report sharper higher earnings, tyson food will report before today's opening bell. also let's take a look now at the headlines in today's edition of the wall street journal. the uk investigates air bust.
plane makers use of third-party consultants. password hacking forces big tech firms to act, facebook, twitter, react to stolen credentials in some cases risking loss of users by making them reset pass woordz. big bet on harry potter and fantastic beast. the company owned by comcast will be able to use the material in a deal valued at up to $250 million. nicole: the new harry potter book is breaking records as well. coming up at the olympics michael phelps leads the team to victory. grabs his 19th gold medal, we will have all the highlights for you and in baseball. >> this is a tough day. i love this game and i love this team. and today i'm saying good bito -- good-bye to both.
nicole: new york yankees alex rodríguez says he will be hanging out his cleats, we will tell you about it and when his last day will be. >> bad people that can do some good. >> y'all jokers must be crazy. nicole: even bad reviews can't kill suicide squad, $135 million in debut. we will have all the weekend winners for you. you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news.
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ever, $135 million based off the dc comic, the team of super vilans. jason borne comes in second followed by the r-rated comedy bad moms which made about 14 million and the secret life of pets. nicole: all right, now, latest look at the world of sports, olympic highlights, michael phelps won 19th medal last night, added to his total with a win in the four by 100 meter. katie gave the united states first medal last night smashing world record in the women 400-meter. the only question was her time. women's tennis serena won her
single's match against russian opponent. sister, venus lost and they teamed up for double. they were beaten for the first time ever in olympic's double competition. the men's olympic tennis, djokovic was eliminated was at the hands of juan martin del potro, was lanked 145th. in baseball alex rodríguez is nearing the end of controversial career with the new york yankees, the yankees held a news conference that a-rod will play last day with the yankees on friday. get your tickets. he'll be released. new york yankees will pay him the rest of the approximately $27 million that he is owed as part of his 275 million-dollar ten-year contract. a-rod will become special
adviser with the team, just a few shy of 700 run. lined the triple off the wall in major league yesterday. marlins bed the rookies 10-7. first player born in japan to reach that crucial mark. lauren: love it. that showed 26 and a half million viewers, but that was down 35% from the record setting audience for london's opener back in 2012, the lawest rated olympic ceremony since 2004 athens olympics. nbc executives are counting on rate to go increase when viewing on digital recorder and online views and streaming are all factored in. nicole: before you head out the door let's get your forecast.
maria: let's take a look at the radar, over the past 24 hours we have been dealing with heavy rain across parts of northern florida, area of low pressure that we have been tracking and has been bringing moisture across the state and forecast to continue out there, the area of low pressure isn't going to be moving much and as we head in the next few days, some areas could be potentially be seeing more than a foot of rainfall, some flooding of significant concern along with thunderstorms as the area continues to spin out there. temperatures across parts of the east coast are relatively cool, not too bad anyway on this part of the year, upper 80's, summer like in places like new york and raleigh, a lot moisture making its way farther north to parts of mid atlantic and across the plains, temperatures remain very hot, summerlike, 103 in dallas, and 103 in del rio. across midwest not too hahs, low 80's, but farther west in
denver and rapid city it's going to be a scorcher, low 90's later today. nicole: all right, maria molina, thank you very much. lauren: thanks, maria. donald trump sets to reboot campaign on economy in detroit. hillary clinton is counterpunching. newt gringrich defending trump on fox sunday. >> it's very tricky if you've never run to public office. he's made some mistakes. lauren: we will tell you what to expect from trump's big speech coming up. facebook rolls latest example of how it's putting video first. check in u.s. stock market futures ahead of opening bell, dow futures up 43, s&p futures and nasdaq up 5 and 15 points respectably, both closed at record back on friday. you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪
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nicole: breaking news this morning, donald trump to reboot campaign with a major speech on the economy. we will have a preview. good morning, i'm nicole petallides. lauren: good morning, i'm lauren simonetti. hillary clinton already hitting back at trump with a rebuttal to his speech. we will have those details. nicole: friday's release was better than expected and that sparked a stock rally, the dow up nearly 200 points on friday. checking u.s. stock market futures this morning, record closes for the nasdaq and the s&p and today up arrows once against. dow futures up 43. s&p futures up 5. lauren: no hangover this morning. check out the nikkei in japan gaining 2 and a half percent and
in china gaining about 1%. nicole: oil snap it had two-week losing streak. let's see what it's doing right now. it's up one and a quarter percent. lauren: japan's emperor makes rare televised address, if he steps down, it will be the most sick níficant change to japan's imperial system since world war ii. nicole: in sports michael phelps leads team to victory. in baseball alex rodríguez says he will hanging up cleats. we will have all the highlights for you. lauren: it is monday august 8th, you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news. we start with this news this morning affecting thousands of delta around the world.
delta says its systems are down everywhere and all flights are grounded. the airline confirms there's a worldwide system failure but not able to provide further details. passengers are reporting major delays at airplanes including london, tokyo as well as los angeles. nicole: that is going to cause chaos for sure. donald trump hope to go reboot his gop presidential bid today in detroit with what he says will be a major economic speech. now trump is expected to propose ways to boost the economy including lowering the tax rate for corporations in small businesses to 15%. cutting tax rates for individuals as well. newt gingrich who is an adviser speaking on fox news sunday says he thinks trump has got tennessee messages over the past few days. >> he came out and endorsed paul ryan, he endorsed john mccain, he endorsed kelly, these are steps back -- it's very tricky
if you've never run for public office to jump from being a baseman -- lizman to being one of the two running for the presidency of the united states. lauren: clinton's running mate says she has learned lessons from the controversy over use of private e-mail server. senator tim kaine says hillary clinton can improve trust worthiness with the american people. >> not presumptuous enough to start thinking about how i am going to do things after november but i know that this is something that she's learned from and we are going to be real transparent, absolutely. lauren: kaine adding that clinton is doing better because they came out of the democratic national convention with real positive momentum. nicole: john kasich leaving the door open when it comes to donald trump.
the presidential candidate discussing the topic yesterday. >> you also don't support donald trump. >> i have not endorsed, that is correct. >> do you know what you're going to do when you go to the voting booth? >> i still have time. something i think about about a little bit. nicole: governor has created problems for trump campaign after he refused to attend events at the republican national convention in cleveland. no gop presidential nominee has been elected to the white house without winninohio. lauren: former new york city major rudy giuliani hitting hillary clinton on fox and friends. listen. >> the fact that she will not take the support of the police, makes the point that a lot of liberal commentators constantly say, oh, this is unfair. the democratic party has become
an antilaw enforcement party. and this is the best demonstration of it. lauren: giuliani who supports donald trump says he sees antipolice atmosphere developing in america. he blames clinton and the democratic party for stirring up the feelings. nicole: protestors holding dem -- demonstrations of shooting of a black man in chicago. >> we know they killed him before that, it made it seem like our lives don't matter. >> everyone in power right now they don't have to live with the repercussions of this, we do. we have a whole life ahead of us.
nicole: the footage does not show being shot in the back. lauren: overseas japan's emperor expressing concerns of carrying out duties as he ages, the 82-year-old making remarks on national television. this comes a media reports that he may want to advocate in the coming years. nicole: i don't ever seas massive mud slides killing people in eastern méxico, caused by heavy rains from hurricane earl. hillsides collapsed into many hos. méxico is now prepare forking a new tropical storm. it's moving over the pacific toward the southern end of baja california. lauren: iran has confirmed that it did execute iran nuclear scientist. the scientist gave intelligence to the u.s. about the country's contested nuclear program. the official iranian agency
quoted a spokesman for judiciary confirming execution of nuclear scientist. he returned to home country and disappeared. the report said the scientist provided the enemy with vital information about the country. nicole: well, the controversy continues over the $400 million that the u.s. sent to iran last january on the day it released american hos senator said on fox news sunday that other dictators and terrorists now think they'll be able to get similar money. >> they clearly think that this was a ran some payment and if they take american hostage, they too will get 400 windfall and notes on unmarked plane. that's why it's so dangerous. nicole: the money was transfer transferred, that was handled deeply unwise. lauren: isis claims to have seized u.s. weapons in afghanistan including communication gear.
a rocket launcher even the id card of a soldier. it's not clear when the picture was posted to social media. there is no information on how that terror group got the u.s. military equipment. nicole: tragic accident at a water park in kansas city, kansas, a boy died on 168-foot water slide that's built as the world's largest and authorities said the child was a son of kansas state law maker. police has no provided details of what led to the 10-year-old's death. the water will be closed today. lauren: awful news. let's turn to the markets here and get you caught up what happened in asian overnight. the yen in japan weakness and the nikkei stock market index shoots up 2 and a half percent. hang seng 1 and a half percent and kospi gaining two-thirds of 1%.
nicole: brokers and insurers leading the way in europe. plenty of green there. two tenths of one percent. cac quarante half a one percent and the german dax 1%. lauren: let's check out u.s. stock market futures, they are still up, the s&p and the nasdaq up now four days in a row. s&p futures gaining 5 points, nasdaq gaining 15. dow futures up 44 points this morning, nick oalg. nicole: we are watching oil today. there's some talk to opec could start the talks of freeze. we will leave it at that. oil 42.35 the barrel. gold pulls back and that's 13.36 a troy ounce. lauren: that get it is market moving sometimes. let's see the dollar. the canadian dollar and mexican peso versus the dollar, pound and the yen weakening versus the dollar today.
nicole: better than expected job's report on friday helped the boost the markets and now people are looking to see whether or not the fed will raise rates. 1.58% for the yield. lauren: two big mattress companies coming together, acquiring the owner of sleep's for $2.4 billion, the deal would create the largest mattress company. it would also open the market up, u.s. market up which is based in cape town, south africa. nicolefacebook is using olympics to test snapchat filters and bigger push to videos. they saw a camera on the top of their news feed and options that include olympic filters, frames, masks, the new feature is part of face beak attempt to boost video offerings, make posts more
personal and take on snapchat, of course. lauren: yes, all the young users there. the big economic dat' of week comes on friday when the commerce department releases sales report. economist forecast half percent growth. sales are expected to get a boost from early back to school shopping. nicole: we are going to hear from ralph lauren, jc penny, a lot of retailers this week. uk investigates, corruption investigator has opened a forma inquiry over third-party consultants. twitter, facebook and other companies react to stolen cred credentials. in some cases risking the loss of users by making them reset their passwords and nbc universal plays a big bet on harry potter fantastic best, the company will be able to use in
theme parks in a deal $250 million. lauren: more is coming after the world of harry potter. nbc fail today score goals with the olympic opening ceremonies, wild waiter move ago cross the country. florida about to get slammed by heavy rain. fox meteorologist maria molina will have the forecast. forecast. you're watching fbn:amrst look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪rock guitar
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lauren: good morning, it's 5:45 a.m. in new york. let's get you caught up on what's happening now. delta airlines says all planes are growned this morning because of massive system failure, thousands of delta passengers around the world experiencing delays and long lines. well, the case of speech and counterspeech, donald trump plans to make economic speech and hillary clinton plans to be in detroit thursday to make an economic speech of her own. michael phelps gold medal 19 in rio last night. phelps has won 23 medals, the most decorated olympian of all time.
let's check in u.s. stock market futures ahead of opening bell. dow futures higher by 42. s&p futures up 5. nasdaq futures also up 15 points in record territory there as well. nicole, that's a look at what is happening now. nicole: tyson foods is one of the stocks we are watching today. higher earning and improved revenue. tyson foods will report before the opening bell. news corp. will record, the publishing company to report higher earnings and lower revenue from last year. we also will hear from rental car company, expected to report sharply higher earnings and lower renew for the second quarter. the numbers will come out after the bell, it closed yesterday at 46.74. lauren: check that out. at the olympics michael leads the swimming team to victory and
grabs 19th gold medal and in baseball. >> this is a tough day. i love this game and i love this team. and today i'm saying good-bye to both. lauren: he's so emotional. new york yankee alex rodríguez says he's going to be hanging up his cleats, we will tell you when his last game will be. at the fox office. >> people who can do some good. >> y'all jokers must be crazy. lauren: even bad reviews can kill suicide squad, $135 million in opening weekend. we will have all of the weekend winners for you. let's show you stock market futures continue to go rally, we saw friday after job's report. s&p up 5, nasdaq up 15, you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news.
>> don't forget, we are the bad guys. >> are you sweet-talking me. all of that chitchat is going to get you hurt. nicole: sweet talking me, chitchat is going to get you hurt, suicide squad earning $135 million at the box office this weekend. the film follows a team of super vilans selected for mission that is are far too dangerous for even the most skilled agents.
jason borne comes in second 22.7 million followed by bad moms which made about 14 million. the secret life of pets and star trek beyond rounded out the top five. lauren: all right, let's take a look at sports, nicole. there's a lot of it. michael phelps won 19th medal last night, he added to win in 400-meter free style relay. they never given up. katie gave the united states first swimming medal smashing her own world record in women's 400 free style, heavily favored in this event, the only question was her time. in women's tennis serena williams won single's match with no trouble. sister venus lost in singles and they teamed up for doubles and were beaten for the first time infer olympic double competition. in men's olympic tennis djokovic
was eliminated in first match and will have to wait four more years for a chance of olympic single gold medal, the stunning was on the hands of del potro. yankees held news conference to announce alex rodríguez will play final game friday and released. new york will pay him $25 million that he's owed as part of 150 million-dollar contract. jim became the first player to shoot a 58 on the pga tour. won the traveler's championship by one stroke. the profootball preseason was suppose today start last night with the hall of fame game between indianapolis colts and green bay packers but the nfl canceled the game because of poor field conditions.
the surface had major problems that led to safety concerns for the players. nicole: nbc did not exactly win a gold medal for ratings, did you watch? the show drew 26.5 million viewers, down 35% from record setting audience for london's opener in 2012. it was the lowest rated olympic ceremony since 2004 athens olympics, nbc executives are counting on ratings to indegrees when viewing on digital recorders and online views are factored in. lauren: before you head out this door this morning let's get forecast with fox meteorologist maria molina, hi, maria, good morning. maria: good morning, we are tracking the area of low pressure that's bringing messy weather across florida, it's been lingering throughout the entire weekend, moving the heavy rain out there across northern florida and forecast for that to continue. we could be seeing potentially a foot of rain and heavier amounts
out there, generally south of i-10 along northern florida and concern is for flooding like i mentioned so we have number of watches and warnings in effect out there. severe weather is going to be a concern out there as part of northern plains, large hail, even isolated tornadoes will be a concern and that continues tomorrow. high temperatures are going to be hot yet again parts of southern plains and human, expect heat index values higher, portions of midwest, temperatures not bad at temperatures in low 80's this afternoon in chicago and cleveland. let's head over to you. lauren: maria, thank you. nicole: coming up we will hand it over to mornings with maria. first gains on friday, we saw everything moving to new highs, dow futures this morning up 39. s&p futures up 4 and a half, we are keeping a keen eye on the breaking news of delta with
lauren: welcome back, let's get you caught up on some of the global market overnight. s&p up 4, nasdaq futures gaining 13 points, nicole. nicole: we are seeing oil this morning. some talk of possible opec freeze again. 42.38 the barrel and we saw gold pulling back some this morning. lauren: it's nice to see oil getting some meement on -- momentum back. nicole: we are going to toss it right over to mornings with maria and we say good morning to you, sandra smith. sandra: good morning, friends, hey, lauren, great, nicole, great show. maria bartiromo will be back tomorrow.
it is monday august 8th and your top stories at 6:00 a.m. on the east coast. breaking news this morning, delta airlines is facing a global computer outage at this moment, travelers can't check in and we are also told flights have been grounded worldwide. we have the details on this coming up. all right, to politics, donald trump looking to shift the campaign back to policy, he's gearing up for a major economic speech in detroit later today and some say this may help to cure the support of the republican establishment. >> i don't pay -- i think he has gotten the message. it's tricky if you have never run to office to jump from being a businessman to being one of the two leaders fighting for the presidency and he's made mistakes. >> we still have time. something i think about a little by but not a lot. sandra: new outage of hillary clinton's private e-mail.