tree into breaking news this morning. volatility continues to this document is the federal reserve appears to be on hold for raising interest rates at the policy meeting. dow futures down triple digits on falling oil prices and pulling back after yesterday's 239-point relief. volatility is. good morning i am nicole petallides. lauren: i'm lauren simonetti. dow futures ahead of the opening bell done 122 points. two thirds of 1%. nasdaq futures giving it the same percentage rise. we are going to ask gary cal
palm but investors should expect. trade to the nikkei up one third of 1%. good economic data bear. lauren: oil prices fine after the agency said demand for oil is slowing down and supplies are growing. or the 40 $5.20 a barrel at 102 quarter%. train to hillary clinton tries to explain the delay in disclosing her pneumonia cases on trade diagnosis while double trump attacks the comment for supporters. lauren: lawmakers want the ceo of wells fargo to ask mainly his papers open as many as 2 million accounts without authorization. trade to the ncaa is relocating from north carolina because of the state's controversial bathroom wall.
in the nfl last night, in other protests during the national anthem before the 49ers game. lauren: welcome to transcendent come in the first look at today's market from the latest breaking news and what to expect the day ahead. nicole: dovish comments trickery a release rally on wall street following friday sharp losses on great height concern. adding there is still lack in the labor market and inflation below the fed 2% target. >> in the presence of insurgency and the absence of accelerating inflationary pressures, it would be unwise for policy to foreclose on the possibility of making further gains in the labor market. brexit is the trading coming to an end and the federal reserve lake ray unchanged at next
week's policy meeting? well, it very kaltbaum, fox news contributor, looking at the market this morning. friday we had a 400% to love. yesterday we had volatility. today the supply of oil will look through 2017. what do you think what these teachers done this morning to be precise. >> basically, don't blink. anything can happen today because the biggest problem is this. they've been running markets for a long time. when you have to up and come out on a friday, basically saying they will raise rates in two of them on monday basically saying they will not raise rates, that is what you're seeing right here and you have to take a step back and relax a little bit and see how it flushes itself out. lauren: good morning. it is roaring. sp or about the news that
hillary clinton's health issue didn't tell her she had pneumonia on friday. our traders may be adjusting to blake donald trump presidency would look like. >> i'm hearing a lot of that. i don't think so. i'm not in that camp. if donald trump wins, the markets will crash. if hillary clinton loses the i'm not buying into that. this is more about central banks. they have only raise have only raised rates ones even though they had to use raising rates about every month and it's just confusing the markets. and here valuations got stretched a little too much bullishness and they came inside. treat to make a good point. app records are within 1%. we have a little low for the pullback. gary, i want your expertise in the market. we note the fed is front and center and oil is a pics tori.
>> everybody's talking next week. number one you got the election coming up in the most important part for me, the first time they raised rates a quarter-point, the worldwide market dropped 10% and they are worried about it. >> jerry kaltbaum, thanks for getting up at us and giving us insight into the volatile market. nicole: and politics can look written explaining why she did not disclose her diagnosis until sunday. her campaign made a public only after the video we've all seen now show that she struggled to stand as she left a 9/11 memorial service. >> i just didn't think he was going to be that big a deal. it's the kind of thing that if it happens to you and your a busy actor person you keep moving forward.
you've got a medical report on meat that makes the same standard as mitt romney and barack obama. donald trump's doctors said he would do to help this president in history. this is not even serious. lauren: clinton says she will be back in the campaign trail in the next couple days. her campaign will release more information about her health in the coming days. nicole: donald trump continues to attack hillary clinton for her remarks. she criticized -- categorize them as they deplorable. >> she talks about people like they are objects, not human beings. half of our supporters are irredeemable and not american. as it describes the other half as having run out of options. what she can't understand or accept is that the great majority of this country now sees right through these lies and deceptions that they failed
political establishment. nicole: the nominee is visiting iowa and pennsylvania. trump supporters are ready with the deplorable is by merchandise that 15 deplorable sunday. the house oversight committee will hear for the very first time from those who from those is that if hillary clinton's personal e-mail server and deleted thousands of records paid the city issued subpoenas for the colorado company that ministers server. the panel called i.t. specialist and notified the committee they will not testify this morning they can do before the republican-led panel. nicole: defense official said have official said happened when two navy planes are flying close to iranian territory in the persian gulf over the weekend. iran won two aircraft to change course or risk getting shot
down. the u.s. planes ignored toward planes ignored the wording, continued flying in international airspace. the latest in a series of confrontation in the region. last month iranians harass u.s. navy warships. at least five occasions. lauren: to u.s. capable bombers flying over south korea airbase in show of force paid the b-1 bombers were escorted by south korean and u.s. fighter jets over the airbase at 75 miles from the border days after north korea's fifth and most powerful nuclear tests yet. south korea does not have weapons that it relies on the u.s. nuclear umbrella. >> the united states has two taken necessary steps to do so including operations like some you have observed today.
train to u.s. and south korean have the ability to conduct that time. let's take a look. the hong kong hang seng down one third of 1%. shanghai in china got some good decent economic news so we see that to the upside. retail sales in the light did the nikkei up one third of 1% at the bank of japan say and they are looking at the bombs they are buying and maturity length. they may adopt so that's an big news this morning. korea's kospi up one half of 1%. lauren: the worst day yesterday too big down days in a row. the ftse in london is down five points but the cac is up just one and the dax in germany up 27 points this morning.
train to a wild day yesterday. for yesterday. 400-point loss yesterday. the dow gained 240 points. dow futures down 121 points. that's way down by oil we see that down over half of 1%. s&p 514. nasdaq down 32. utc oil giving back another dollar today. $45.26 a barrel gaining $7 after yesterday another fear is out there there that we saw about the site potentially hiking. otis at $13.32 an ounce now. train to the senate banking committee taking a closer look at wells fargo. debate has been fined for sales practices that is -- opening as many as 2 million phony accounts without the customer authorization. late last night they expect to hold a hearing on wells fargo said number 28 when the fed
meeting begins. the committee intends to question wells fargo ceo and john stump as a witness. several wells fargo executives briefed the banking committee today. problems may go far beyond wells fargo. the database support database reportedly shows more than 30,000 complaints on the issue of account opening, closing our management incentive-based that they were making these accounts. the bankruptcy is being called the shipping industry is lame in moment of electronics and more are still waiting to be unloaded from the ship. twitter faces a crucial test at the new york jets, buffalo bills. can twitter commands advertisers to play ball?
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in attack mode yesterday. he continued to criticize her death friday that have to supporters belong in a basket of deplorable is. trump made no mention of hillary clinton's health. republicans on the senate banking committee is scheduled a hearing on the sales practices at wells fargo. they have called wells fargo ceo as a witness. the bank would find $108 million last week because the staff opened as many as 2 million accounts about customer brise shin. maybe more widespread wells fargo. that's a look at what's happening now. trying to the hanjin group pledging 1 billion won to help rescue cargo in the wake of the collapse of the world's seventh biggest container shipper. billions of dollars worth of auto parts come in the tronics, more waiting to be unloaded. robert gray finally bring us a closer look at the long beach
california with the latest. >> the emergency funding beginning to make its way. in fact, one ship began offloading over the weekend in the busiest port. at least the pacific coast of you can see it is not allowed to leave u.s. spotters filing because there's some 750,000 bucks to creditors right now. the national retail federation said in the $14 billion worth of goods off the coast globally will not interrupt the holidays at this point. not like an empty shell even though they need more beginning to off load pretty quickly. continue to follow this. we should mention 38 billion bucks have seems to goods out there alone. everything from appliances to elect traffickers to bother
pours. good news for the shippers that is the shipping rates firming up. this property for a container from shanghai but long beach was just 700 bucks. now it is 2000. this capacity going offline of the world's seventh largest shipping company. shipping racism of the problems that led to bankruptcy. they've been at 30 year lows this year. levels below where we were there we were in the 2008 financial crisis. lauren and nicole, back to you. lauren: robert gray with a closer look. ryan roxy gets a big surprise on the premiere of "dancing with the stars." >> you have a long way to go. excuse me, excuse me. we will have the latest on the lochte attackers.
the aa relocating seven championship sporting events from the carolina because of the controversial restroom wall. in the nfl last night another protest during the national anthem before the 49ers game. the highlights coming up. let's check in right now. dow futures down 120, s&p futures on 15. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news.
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traders still digesting what officials said yesterday and of course coming off and of course come enough of and of course coming off of a mass rally we saw yesterday. nicole: let's look at how oil is faring. we got the news this morning while sitting at 2.5% to be precise. the international energy date says the oil supply will continue into 2017 and that's not good news. right now gold is up about six bucks at 1332 at tryouts. nicole: september is not a good month for stocks. we will see the volatility. olympics winner brian lochte's debut s interrupted when to males wearing anti-lochte shares stormed the stage. >> you have a long way to go. excuse me. excuse me. lauren: shortly after they were
escorted out by security, a group of women began yelling liar, liar. they were asked to leave as the audience cheered and they gave lochte a standing ovation. "dancing with the stars" host asked if he was okay. >> i came out here. i wanted to do something that completely not comfortable with and i did and i came out here. the two men who rushed the stage were arrested. trying to get him out of here every time it's a press conference. the latest from the world of sports. to north carolina, the ncaa has pulled seven championship events for the coming year because of the transgender law. the first and second round of
the ncaa men's basketball tournament. that's a women's championship of soccer, golf, tennis, lacrosse and baseball games will be relocated. north carolina law requires transgender people to use bathrooms that correspond to the sex on their birth certificate. in the nfl last night in a game between the san francisco 49ers in the los angeles rams, 49ers calling kaepernick once again announced her in the anthem refusing to stand, has refused to stand all season in protest of what he says is police brutality and racial oppression in the united states. also during the anthem, robert quine thought of facing the game. 49ers beat the rams 28-nothing in return to l.a. ben rothfuss broker that the pittsburgh steelers to a 3816 over the washington redskins.
roethlisberger threw three touchdown. the division leading boston red socks by baltimore and david her teeth hit a home run. number 536. that ties him with mickey mantle for 17th place on baseball career home run. congratulations to him. lauren: at thursday night football. put or has a lot riding on the game between the new york jets and the buffalo bills. the media is streaming the broadcast as part of ceo jack dorsey is planned to increase in net revenue. traitor pay $10 million for the right to stream. this week's game will be the first time coder will sell advertisements for my sports video. "the wall street journal" said i'd packages for all 10 games range from one to $8 million. twitter plans to show the last
lauren: breaking news is hard enough to make investors have been paid volatility continues as the federal reserve appears to be on hold for raising interest rates at next week's policy meeting. -- futures down triple digits on falling oil prices and also pulling back at her yesterday's 239 release rally. dow futures right now seeing them under some pressure down 112 points. president of capital management, kerry kaltbaum. lauren: always like to hear his thoughts.
in china and the shanghai composite edging just slightly to the upside. nicole: oil prices the reason we see these after the international agency is slowing. they'll continue. oil down $1.11 at 4518 a barrel. lauren: hillary clinton tries to explain the delay in disclosing her pneumonia type essays about donald trump attacks hillary clinton and former comments about his supporters. nicole: capitol hill lawmakers want the ceo of wells fargo took aim at bankers opened as many as 2 million accounts about the customer authorization. lauren: the ncaa relocating seven championship events from north carolina because of the controversial that restroom law. another protest by colin kaepernick for the rams 49ers game. those highlights coming out.
nicole: 5:31 a.m. in new york. we welcome you to "fbn:am" come your first look at today's markets, latest breaking news in what to expect today ahead. lauren: lilah brainard triggered a relief rally on wall street yesterday following friday's sharp losses. it's all about great big concerns. when is it going up? the fed should be prudent about raising rates, adding there is still slack in the job market and inflation is still below the 2% target. >> in the presence of insurgency and the absent of accelerating inflationary pressures, it would be unwise for policy to foreclose on the possibility of making further gains in the labor market. lauren: what a sad leave rates unchanged? gary kaltbaum, fox news contributor, good morning again. what a sad leave rates unchanged next week?
>> i give it a 0% chance they will raise rates. at number one the election. number two is the last time they raised a quarter point. worldwide market for 10%. markets are addicted to central bank intervention not only here but around the globe. it is off the table at this point in time. the fact they are talking too much is confusing. lauren: there was a moment people thought that number would be the day and the economy is not as great as everybody has made it out to be and it is still quite fragile. oil is our number one story today. we served a rothfuss said gary are moving into oil were they basically said the club will continue into 2017. >> if that is the case, oil prices are down for an account. a lot of people say it's bad when oil prices go down, but
fundamentally the huge expense cut for the consumer, but also if oil prices dropping her dictated the economy is heading into a recession the markets will get hit in a big problem. the oil price is right now and i wouldn't worry about them too much. for me though -- not allowed. in the last few days, for nine weeks before they had a 1% move up or down. when you get all the sudden volatility out of nowhere, a nowhere, it means we will see more of it. they will be more of this, not less. nicole: any hopes are on the sidelines of the meeting coming up? >> believe they commit their goal is to oil prices higher, not over.
they will do everything possible to get that higher. they make for money because of it. lauren: gary kaltbaum, thanks again. nicole: and in politics, hillary clinton explaining why she did not disclose her diagnosis of pneumonia until sunday. she was diagnosed with a illness on friday but her campaign made a public after a video that showed are struggling to stand as she left a 9/11 memorial service. >> i just didn't think it was going to be that big a deal. it's the kind of thing that happens to you and you are a busy, active person, you keep moving forward. you've got a medical report on me that meets the same standard as the man barack obama. donald trump's doctors said he did to help this president history. this is not even serious. back on the campaign trail in the next couple days. everglades more information in the upcoming days.
nicole: how healthy can you be? donald trump continues to attack clinton for remarks about his supporters. couldn't categorize half of them as belonging in a basket of deplorable is. come campaigning in north carolina last may. >> she talks about people like they arebj ots, not human beings. half of our supporters are irredeemable i'm not american. as describes the other half as having run out of options. but she can't understand or accept is that the great majority of this country now sees right through these lies and deceptions that they failed political establishment. lauren: donald trump visiting iowa and pennsylvania today. nicole: the house oversight committee will hear from those who set up a personal e-mail server and deleted thousands of records.
the committee issued subpoenas for the colorado company that managed server. the house panel to former clinton i.t. specialist for lawyers notified the committee that their client will not testify this morning. previously about the amendment before another republican-led panel. iran is threatening to shoot down u.s. surveillance claims to defense officials said happened when two spy planes were flying close to iranian territory in the persian gulf over the weekend. they risk getting shot down that the u.s. planes ignored the warning and continued flying in international airspace. the latest in a series of confrontations in the region. last month iranian fast those arrests u.s. navy warships in the persian gulf on at least five separate occasions. after president above the still, everything supposed to be getting better with iran. the white house plans to veto a bill that would allow the terms
of the 9/11 terrorist attacks in federal court. according to the report, saudi arabia has several connections to the hijackers, but the white house says legislation would help the president's authority to conduct foreign policy. >> are concerned is not limited to the impact he could have been a relationship with one country, the rather it could have an impact on her relationship with every country around the world into a negative consequences for the united states in men and women in uniform. nicole: the bill passed both chambers by voice though. john brennan who sponsored the measure said he's confident congress will override the president's veto. lauren: a market check right now. we would get to caught up in a shed. the shanghai composite up fractionally. better than expected data from china including industrial output last month that the nikkei up 31%.
the hang seng in hong kong done in hong kong done a third of 1% today and down about three and one 3% yesterday. the kospi and south korea up .4%. samsung shares rallied back after those issues back after those issues at the nosedive in smartphone. nicole: after we got a pop in the states yesterday when of the european markets have been taken a few from the states. today mixed bag at the cac virtually flat with the site out there in france at one point. the dax in germany up a quarter of 1% in the first year monday and is down one 10th of 1%. sort a wait-and-see mode. lauren: at the price of oil keeps going down. without a doubt features on doubt features on 118 s&p futures on 14. yesterday we did see a mere 240-point vidal. now we are looking at oil and digesting the fed's comments. nicole: indeed.
while brainard spoke yesterday and around gas, gary kaltbaum says there's a 0% chance of rate hike. oil pulling back 2.5%. the barrel after the international energy agency david found the company for a 2017. gold gained about half of 1% in a city not 1332 at troy ounce. nicole: the senate banking committee fined $185 million for sales practices that included more than 5000 staff opening as many as 2 million customer accounts without customer authorization. the banking committee's majority said last night it expects to hold a hearing on wells fargo september 20th. the committee intends to question the wells fargo ceo john stump as a witness. several executives scheduled to brief the banking committee today. the problem however they might go well beyond wells fargo. the protection bureau database
market watch the two into the database and they say they found 30,000 complaints on the issues of account opening and closings or management. lauren: they reportedly skimmed some money. pin numbers. our list of stocks to watch. bought by japanese chipmaker renaissance electronics. after-hours trading on the news. weight watchers solid within 2%. oprah winfrey with a 10% stake a year ago so she will have to find a new leader. weight watchers says james chambers will resign at the end of september after three years on the job. which i am seeking 3% of the company by an oil and gas assets in the gulf of mexico for
$2 billion. lauren: the bankruptcy of hanjin shipping with billions of dollars worth of auto parts, electronics and more waiting to be unloaded. we have the latest on the situation. twitter faces a crucial test for the live stream of the jets that game. can twitter permits advertisers at time to play ball? let's check in right now after a rally yesterday in a big plunge in the price of crude oil. nasdaq futures down 31. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. keep it here. ♪
nicole: good morning. 5:45 a.m. in new york. stock market futures at the wild to trade days. yesterday we started down side. taking 240 yesterday. down 119 because of an outlook on of an outlook on oil that now puts us under pressure. next-line the reserve meeting just a breakaway. media increases not necessarily breaching comments from officials indicate they do not feel that inflation is under an numbers increase just a period hillary clinton is home sick with pneumonia.
donald trump stay in an attack mode in baltimore he continues to criticize for saying friday half of his supporters belong in a basket of deplorable spirit he made no mention of her help. republicans on the senate banking committee has scheduled a hearing on sales practices a plus cargo. they have called john stump as a witness. the bank was fined $185 million because they open 2 million accounts without customer authorization. there are indications the problems may be more wise spread. nicole: to group alleging $90 million to rescue cargo in the wake of the collapse of the seventh pick a shipping container. billions of dollars worth of auto parts, electronics, clothing waiting to be unloaded. robert gray is at the of long beach in california with a detailed look at exactly what's going on. >> the emergency funding from
hanjin making its way to the docks. one began off loaded over weekend and the nations busiest port. the pacific coast of the u.s. which you can see over my shoulder. seized by the u.s. government is not about to leave u.s. spotters. it was ceased prior to the bankruptcy filing because of some 750,000 blacks in fuel bills to creditors right now. the national retail federation said in the $14 billion with the goods off the coast globally will not interrupt the holidays at this point although they do say they need to see more ships beginning to offload 30 quickly. continue to follow this. we should mention 38 million bucks to send some good loan. everything from appliances to electronic is to auto parts. good news for the shippers view shipping rates for me not. the stock rate for a container from shanghai to long beach in
june was another hundred bucks. now it is 2000, nearly tripling in a couple months because the capacity offline of the worst seventh-largest shipping company. if we talk about shipping rates, that's one of the problems that led to the bankruptcy. 30 of those earlier rebounding but it doubles below the 2008 financial crisis. lauren and nicole, back to you. nicole: robert gray, thank you. brian lochte gives a big surprise on the premiere of "dancing with the stars." >> you have a long way to go. excuse me, back off. excuse me, excuse me. lauren: more of the latest on the lochte attackers. sports, relocating sporting events from north carolina because of the controversial restroom law. in the nfl, another protest by
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news on oil. lauren: let's talk about the news on oil. 2.4%. $1.10 to $45.13 a barrel. a lot of the oil supply much demand. that is the worry right now. gold came in six books. nicole: olympic swimmer brian lochte was interrupted when two male protesters worried anti-lochtsharestormed the stage. excuse me, excuse me. shortly after, two male protesters were escorted out. a group of women began yelling liar liar. they were quickly asked to the with the standing ovation. they asked if he was okay.
>> so many feelings are going through my head right now. i came out here and i want to do something that completely not comfortable with and they did. i came back here with a big smile and hypothetical. the two men who rush the stage for a rest day. lauren: a look at the world of sports. the ncaa has pulled seven championship events for the coming year because of the transferred gender ncaa men's basketball tournament. men and women's championship soccer, golf and baseball games will be relocated. the north carolina requires transgender people to use schools and government know the names corresponding to the sex on their first certificates. in the nfl game between the san
francisco 49ers of the los angeles rams, colin kaepernick and eric reid lunged again during national anthem. refusing to stand for the anthem all season in protest of what he says is police brutality and racial oppression in the country. during the anthem, robert quine and receiver kenny britt receiver kenny brett todd up there says. and again however the 49ers beat the rams 28-nothing. to return to los angeles. in the other and i last night could have i thought they must i cannot badmouth burger led the steelers to a 16 victory over the washington rent kids. rocco sperber through three touchdown passes. the new york yankees lost ground in their game last night. dodgers beat the yanks ate-2. leading to four unearned runs. nicole: today apple releases a free coding education that they developed with no school students in mind.
the app is called swift playground. it introduces programming concepts to move cartoon avatars through an animated world. apple says more than 100 schools and districts worldwide have agreed to try the coding app with their students. lauren: cool. i may not, we will hand it over to martin cytherea. u.s. futures saved by selling oil prices. oil down $1.7. dow futures down one night team. the international energy agency warned the oil market will be oversupplied for the first six of next year. we will see you right after the break. (announcer vo) who says your desk phone
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lauren: thank you very much for joining us at fbn:am. nicole: going to toss it over to mornings with maria. we are going the say good morning to you, maria bartiromo. maria: happy tuesday, good morning, i'm maria bartiromo, tuesday september 13th. top stories on the east coast. we will tell you which direction right now we've actually seen a pretty good bounceback. hillary clinton is vow to go fight on.
he he tries to downplay her pneumonia diagnosis as she takes another day off from the campaign trail. >> i just didn't think it was going to be big a deal. chuck didn't tell anybody. it's just the kind of thing if it happens to you and you're a beausy active person you keep moving forward and as soon as it became clear i couldn't power through -- maria: she was referring to chuck schumer there. a power outage forcing big delays at airport, one of the busiest airports coming up the outraging as one wells fargo executive is set to score nine-figure payday later this year. largest world transfer in history underway as the super rich start giving their money to the next