dream two breaking news this morning. charlie gasparino has breaking as an appendix expected announcement that it is nine months into minute deal valued at $65 billion. the latest for us. good morning. i am lauren simonetti. nicole: good morning. i am nicole petallides. after slumping another 250 points yesterday, u.s. stock market futures this morning. dow futures higher over the last hour and hour 34. nhl come in the nikkei down 7%. and china's shanghai composite
down 7%. a big factor in yesterday's love. turning around a little bit, you can see three quarters of 1% at 4522 a barrel. lauren: president president upon the steps and regular continue plans to return tomorrow while donald trump unveils a new plan to make chip care more affordable. nicole: cd of us are groping accounts without customer permission. the very latest on that. lauren: the mets win a 10 thinning homer keeping them in the postseason picture and the yankees beat the dodgers and are getting closer to a wild-card spot. 5:01 a.m. in new york wednesday, september 14th. we welcome any trends kevin, your first look at today's
markets, the latest breaking news and what to expect today i. lauren: german buyers but the deal to acquire months into over $65 billion. the deal would create a global leader in seats and pesticides. charlie gasparino broke the deal on trade news that the deal is imminent. he joins us by phone. >> we expected imminently. i hate to give it time, but i think it is coming this morning. you guys may or may not be on the air when it comes time, but i think it will come soon. remember it's a german company set within six hour time difference. you're the latest deal terms. $128 a share. a lot of our competition in the last couple days has been squishy on the share price at $128. it's an all cash deal. that meant something two months
into. there is no stock in their and it's all cash. it is set to be released soon. that is essentially where we are. i almost forgot this is another thing that helped get over the hump. they have been haggling about this since at least may. there is a $2 billion breakup fee. if this thing gets held up because antitrust regulators who will take a very close look at this in the e.u. because the buyer is a churning company, that means monsanto will get paid $2 billion breakup fee if it doesn't go through. people close to the toc might expect might expect are pretty positive. they are going to address that stuff. we should point out buyers will assets. some reports about the things
that are on the table. i knew you were going to ask me what it at 5:00 a.m. in the morning. there's been various reports about non-core businesses. this but the seats in the pesticides and obviously buyers don't ask for it all under one roof. non-core assets they are looking to sell. nicole: ways to deal it is so important at this volatile time? >> that's a good question. it's more important to the companies. here's the fascinating thing. we have a stock chart up there? >> that is a key, key issue. what is he right now? lauren: 109. >> a little higher. these are the professional
traders that by these deals just don't think regulators to approve this thing. they really are skeptical about the escape rate -- getting regulatory approval. it makes you think that santa was a little skeptical. but that is the whole thing. one thing the ceo by saying on the trail to sell to investors who are skeptical because i didn't want the company to go totally into debt to do this thing. this is strategic going forward. we acquire one of the top agricultural companies in the world. it fits perfectly into our business. for us, this is completely strategic. monsanto has a really hard time to just blow off $128 a share. commodity prices have not
recovered from getting hammered and that is one of these. commodity prices going up a monsanto could say we are holding out. all cash when 35. that's essentially where they are right now. lauren: charlie gasparino, thanks for discussing the commodity price. nicole: thanks, charlie for getting up with us. investors sent stocks sharply lower following a forecast for lower global demand for oil. investors bid the possibility of higher interest rates at next week said a reserve meeting. and then the expected deal they been filing by months into an will that help stabilize the market. we are bringing and rob morgan at the financial group. we've seen a lot of volatility after two months of the s&p 500 not even moving 1%. three days in a row of this volatility and it's been known it's been not only one-way. what do you think now?
is it stabilized her back now? >> nicole, we are in a bit of a news vacuum that we don't have the fed meeting until next week and earnings until a few weeks after. obviously, these one of stories with the international scene demanded speaker. and really dow was down. it's encouraging that monday prefab governors are in no hurry to raise rates. hopefully we pass through this and get to the next week and i think we will get good news from the fed which is basically an no great height. lauren: what do you think it was a surprise speech by premiered? what do you make of that? >> well, they are certainly
trying to process that is sometime rates will go up. brain are talking on monday certainly appeared they just want to show the counterbalance. nicole: where d.c. oil going? >> i think it's probably going to drift a little bit lower. bring into a volatile market. lauren: donald trump and billing details on a childcare proposal. >> the first part of my childcare plan allows for every parent or family in america including adoptive parents, parent guardians two d. data there childcare income taxes. we can provide six weeks of paid maternity leave to any method
with a newborn child whose employer does not provide the benefit. nicole: as i would not cancel a childcare tax credit for one child or $6000 for two children or more from their federal income tax. childcare is one of the biggest expenses faced in many states. nicole: no surprise there. president obama campaign for hillary clinton in philadelphia. >> i keep on reading this analysis trumps cards support for working folks. really? this is the guy you want? to be championing working people? this guy who spent 70 years on this earth showing no concern for working people. nicole: the democratic nominee spent yesterday reading briefing material and making calls.
she's expected to be in the campaign trail tomorrow after recovering from pneumonia. nicole: w-whiskey a cut of the global market action overnight. stocks lower paid the cost in south korea closed. the nikkei in japan 10.7% each. there are reports out of japan that the central bank will put more emphasis on negative interest rate. our federal reserve needs. the hang seng in hong kong to attend the 1% today. >> let's take a look here at what we see in europe as a weight on thnk of england to see what they find out about race. london sociopath of 1%. cac down fractionally in france that the german dax that fractionally. lauren: u.s. stock market futures. and not so good month for the stock market while it's been a big way. right now i'm at it stabilized. it features unchanged.
s&p futures up a quarter of one point. major sell off yesterday on the heel of a 3% oil. nicole: an hour ago we were down a pointer to an now we are down again. any momentum we've had is lost. here's how the commodities are trading. both 14 cents. under pressure. gold is up $1.60. lauren: breaking news right now. the deals we've been waiting for the charlie brought us details about breaking right now. germany's fire by in usc company monsanto for $120 share. they were indicating a 2% to 3% jump before the deal was announced. the higher one of a range right now. 128 a share just announced.
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lauren: 5:15 a.m. in new york. this just in. breaking news. germany buyers acquiring monsanto for more than $65 billion. $128 a share. charlie gasparino on moments ago had it right on the news. the deal would create a global leader in seeds and pesticides. donald trump has unveiled a plan that would guarantee new mothers six weeks paid maternity leave. trump's campaign said payment would be provided through unemployment insurance but did not say how. trump's proposal includes no diamonds for employers to
provide child care to workers. hillary clinton remained at the campaign trail yesterday as she recovers from pneumonia. president obama campaigned on her behalf yesterday. clinton is fit for office. plus check out u.s. stock market futures selling worries yesterday. that weighed on markets and we've seen the dow jumping between positive and negative territory of seven points. lauren, that is what's happening right now. the state department for the first time which is worsening tehran's behavior. the surveillance plane flying and airspace over the weekend. >> you can't rule out that in fact the steel has served as a cause for this more aggressive posture. >> i can't rule that out.
our friend like many countries has an internal political process defined by a lot of different dynamics. nicole: the incident was a series in the region. the fast fuzzy look right there harassed u.s. navy ships on at least five occasions. nicole: three days after iran's military threatened to shoot down the navy surveillance planes operating in internationals aids between the regime and sailors on track. the obama administration has admitted the foreign policy initiative come of the iran nuclear deal may be to blame for iran's increasing aggressiveness. as today's tip department briefing after reaction to the threat, the planes issued saturday while we asked mark toner to let you roll that out. this iwhat he said overall. we will continue to follow the
markets here. we did follow the iran story. $128 a share. markets overall have been fluctuating between positive and negative territory. nicole: wells fargo ceo played in a place for allegedly illegal sales practices. john stump saying there was no incentive to do bad things. stumpf defended the firms in the steps the bank has taken to stop the behavior. wells fargo paid a $185 million fine for doing such things as opening accounts for customers without permission and funneling money from real accounts in the fake accounts. the 300 employees and managers were fired as a result of the selling. it is due to appear before the banking committee next week to answer questions about the bank's practices. warren buffett had $1.4 billion )-right-paren has forging
yesterday after wells fargo's stock fell more than 3%. berkshire hathaway owns a 10% stake in the bank. nicole: exam sent countless e-mails sent and official in new york city and new jersey to a galaxy that seven owners not to use their phones during their commutes because the phones have a dangerous battery defect thickens at the device on fire. saint-saens has advised galaxy note owners to power down the device and return it. they're telling writers to shut it off before entering the subway station reporting. lauren: that makes for a boring commute, however safe one. >> the postseason picture and the yankees beat the dodgers and are getting so close to a wild-card spot. those highlights coming at you. russian hackers leaking personal medical data of star athletes like sabrina williams and gymnast said mobiles.
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the system carries winds as high as 55 miles per hour and 10 inches of rain. the strong winds will produce minor coastal flooding from jacksonville to savanna georgia into this afternoon. expected to slowly weaken into friday in land across the southeast. lauren: russian hackers at it again. the united states did not have this competed at the real-time pics posted online they include gymnast simone biles, serena and venus williams and basketball player a manic valentine. the russian cyberespionage group asked the database and with good records of exemptions which allow athletes to use banned substances if there is a verified medical need. simone biles had taken drug to treat adhd and this is what she treated. please know i believe in clean sports, have always followed the rules and will continue to do
so. as fairplay is critical to sport and is very important to me. train to the latest on the world of sports. extra inning heroics last night. t. jay rivera to beat the mets to a four to three win over the washington nationals. nine games of washington and the nlp syndicate their hold on the second wild-card spot. new york has won eight of its last 10 and a 17 and six august 20th. the yankees continued their stride to a season spot. jacoby came off the bench in the back to back homers. victory over the l.a. dodgers. new york is two games behind baltimore for the second wild-card division leading. the red sox missed a chance to invade in the al east race. baltimore orioles beat austin six to three last night with two
games of the red sox. t.j. hardy with a three run homer later in the second. boston had won five out of six. lauren: president obama unveils a new plan for childcare. >> we can provide six weeks of paid maternity leave to any mother with a newborn child whose employer does not provide the benefit. lauren: the latest from the campaign trail. charlie gasparino has breaking news on the $65 billion deal to buy monsanto. those details of the stock reaction coming out. you are watching "fbn:am," simone your first look at morning markets and breaking news.
nicole: breaking news this morning. our own charlie gasparino reporting the buyer is set to buy for $65 million. $128 a share. charlie said that yesterday. the deal was imminent. he came on and we continue to follow this news story. lauren: i am lauren simonetti. let's check in right now to see a future shaped by the head at the opening bell. nasdaq futures outside. nicole: japanese stocks fall in insurgency people down three
quarters of 1%. i'll sit down three of 1%. >> falling oil prices in the stock selloff after dipping 3% yesterday going under $45 a barrel. up one third of 1%. nicole: president of the missteps and for hillary clinton who plans to return to her about donald trump unveils a new plan to make child care more affordable. >> c.e.o. wells fargo claims employees for opening millions of accounts without customer's permission. the latest on this story. nicole: new york is buzzing with baseball. keeping postseason picture and the yankees win. they beat the dodgers and are getting close to the wild-card spot. train 30 -- lauren: welcome to "fbn:am" from
their first look at today's markets, the latest breaking is and what to expect the day ahead. nicole: a german buyer has signed a definitive agreement for $128 a share. charlie gasparino said the deal is imminent. closing value 10610. to date has been training to the downside. 10765 that one away. not searching there. we are waiting the all-cash deal would work out to more than $65 billion end of it, day $2 billion breakup fee. the acquisition would create a new global leader. lauren: another big sin as investors sent stocks sharply lower following the forecast for a lowered global demand for oil. possibility of higher interest rates at next week's federal reserve meeting and then there is this expected deal between buyer and monsanto. chief investment officer at the financial group. hi again, bob.
september volatility is back in a huge way. >> absolutely. 42 straight days with the s&p moved more than 10% either dad any day. lauren: -- nicole: do you feel that they are painting this picture is a better economy with the wolves over our eyes. >> the fact you're talking about raising rates. i just don't think it's going to be next week. it is painting a picture of an improving economy and we will start seeing that come through for corporate earnings. nicole: if earnings can respect a better economy that would be
the true real deal. >> absolutely. we certainly have to see that. lauren: in terms of how you allocate your money, what are you buying? >> i am overweighting stocks. i expect the dollar to najaf dollar to match up, so that will help the stocks. lauren: favored the small cap? >> i do. i like technology and telecom. nicole: rob cummings said oil is likely to trend lower. we are waiting on more news today, > i've got it underway and yes i do think the oil prices are going to trend down. lauren: rob morgan, chief investment officer committing an act or your time today. nicole: thanks, rob. donald trump and his childcare proposal. >> first part of my childcare
plan allows for every parent or family and america, including adoptive parents and forrester parent guardians to deduct their childcare expenses from their income taxes. we can provide six weeks of paid maternity leave to any mother with a newborn child whose employer does not provide the benefit. nicole: the trump campaign says the plan would not cancel out the childcare tax credit of $3000. $6000 for two child or more. childcare is one of the biggest expenses many americans face. lauren: president obama campaigning for hillary clinton in philadelphia. >> i keep on reading this analysis by trump has support from working folks. really? like this is the guy you want? to be championing working
people? this guy who spent 70 years on this earth showing no concern for working people. lauren: the democratic nominee spent yesterday reading briefing material, making phone calls. she's expected to be in the campaign trail tomorrow as she recovers from pneumonia. lauren: cement horizon stable but serious conditions after suffering the major stroke. the 93 world nobel peace prize laureate is a medically induced coma to allow him to rest after experiencing significant bleeding in the brain. despite his age, perez has maintained by to public schedule mostly through his organization which promote closer ties between israel and palestinians. we wish him well. lauren: check this outdated driver plowing into police officers outside a gas station in phoenix.
roll the video of the suspect slamming. the 41 its 41 its origin is also 33-year-old officer who's working his first day on the job. if the police then managed to get out of the way and he was able to arrest the attacker. >> whatever officers hit by the vehicle by siegfried in the outcome of flashes into the front bias of the keating goes down. not only did the suspect ran over his face off with that. these officers could have easily been killed and i thank god we are not planning three funerals right now. nicole: the suspect to face three counts of attempted first-degree murder and two counts of aggravated assault. that baby was awful. nicole: is horrified. a skier caught up on the market action. the shanghai composite down three quarters of 1%. the kid is same thing. that is down three quarters of 1%. the hong kong hang seng down.
lauren: the ftse in london at 35. the dax in germany at 29. the cac in paris data point right now. the european central bank officials did say europe will hold off on new stimulus. we will see. >> the bank of england tomorrow. we've seen the stocks under pressure for several days. checking out u.s. stock market futures this morning by reducing excessive volatility. nature are just up 1%. dow futures this morning at 11. s&p futures up to an up to and nasdaq futures update and of course we continue to follow monsanto borrows. lauren: and commodities last week the oil inventory report with a surprise strike down. the fresh numbers today ahead of the $45.9 for crude up 18 cents. gold could add $3 at 1327 natural gas reversing five days of losses.
nicole: plus pharmacy of them in a place for illegal sales practices. john stumpf told "the wall street journal" there is no incentive to do bad things. the executive who oversaw the unit that created 2 million unauthorized accounts is retiring quickly. our more of the good things creating accounts, too? adam shapiro is taking a closer look at this. reporter: imagine how consumers would feel if they learned in place of one of the nation's largest bank were committing illegal acts and then you ask a question, is this happening at other banks? according to the head to the consumer financial protection bureau, richard corcoran, there's no evidence. the acid they are investigating other banks said they would not comment. fox business reached out to rank of america, city and jpmorgan chase to see if they had a quota
system or sales incentive system in place but the system that wells fargo for employees who dealt with customer accounts. bank of america and jpmorgan both declined to comment. city has not responded to our questions. as for wells fargo, they are dealing with public outrage after the firm executive who oversaw the division at the center of the scandal. her name is carried tolstedt. as far back as 2011, tolstedt remained in charge has earned $125 million in stock and stock options during her several years of debate. wells fargo has the ability to claw back executive compensation at the bank chooses. a big spokesperson would not comment if that could have been to tolstedt. the banking committee confirmed it was briefed on tuesday vice wells fargo executives ahead of next week's hearing on the $185 million settlement with the consumer financial protection
bureau. the key to all of this is that wells fargo was firing employees in 2011. that's five years ago they were firing employees because of the effect dignity. the question has to be asked if they were firing people five years ago, what did they do to stop it? that is what we don't know. back to you. nicole: thanks for that in-depth report. warren buffet at $1.4 billion by dr. wells fargo fell 3%. berkshire hathaway owns a 10% stake in wells fargo. the ceo of ruby tuesday has resigned. james could step in him a month after the restaurant chain said it would close 13% of its locations because of declining sales. ruby tuesday's board called for the company's poor performance. featuring the company back in 2012 after serving as their chief marketing officer, which also owns olive garden and
longhorn steakhouse. nicole: ford holds its annual investor day. shareholders ask mark fields by the carmaker is getting into the ridesharing business. >> the beauty of this, it allows customers to have the shuttle come directly to god as opposed to mass transit where you have to go to their root. nicole: you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. wake up. ♪
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lauren: 545-nanometer chip a skier caught. a story we are following. charlie someone says germany's acquiring monsanto for more than $65 billion. i work for $228 per share. buy your shares up 2% of 2% on the news that the deal would create a global leader in seeds and pesticides, once up shop for farmers. donald trump unveiled a plan with six weeks of paid maternity leave. they provide existing unemployment insurance but did not say how trump's proposal includes no incentives for
employers to provide child care to their workers. for the clinton remained off the campaign trail yesterday she recovers from pneumonia. president obama campaigned on her behalf assuring a valet in philadelphia that claimed tens was caught for office. u.s. stock market futures this wednesday morning. david just tacking on 15 points after a major selloff yesterday. nasdaq futures gained 8.5. that's a look at what's happening now. only apple again on some iphone presales. here's a look at the headlines in today's edition of "the wall street journal." at the pennebaker disbands outside executive pay which has been under fire for sharp price increases for the fp tab among all u.s. drug firms over the past five years. by lynn paid its top five managers $300 million. the forwards pleasure lounge --
owns the second-largest cigarette brand is targeting young adult smokers with aggressive promotion of mobile lounges at concerts and bars. under armour on high-end clothing line. the company will unveil a new collection this week at new york's fashion week which is aimed at berlin deals. berlin deals apparently like fashion and cigarettes. ford is one of the stocks we are watching today. the annual investor day to day work will present a financial outlook for next year and discuss business strategy that could include more insight on for his ridesharing business. the 2% extended said he asked the federal trade commission for the right to purchase up to 50% stake in the nutritional supplement company. also looking over earnings from cracker barrel old country store. the restaurant chain is expected
to report improved results a year ago. they have raised the full year earnings guidance twice so far this year. taking a look at those shares, too. nicole: more problems than ¢-cent-sign galaxy knows i'm in. transit officials not telling galaxy owners not to use their phones during their commutes and that is because the phones have a dangerous battery defect that can set the device on fire. saint-saens has said nice owners to power down the device and return them. they are telling writers to shut off the phones from samsung before you enter the subway or train station. we've seen it on the airlines the same thing. nicole: -- lauren: no official recall. a 10 thinning homer and the yankees beat the dodgers getting closer now to a wild-card spot. we love highlights and scores coming out. russian hackers at it again,
composite in china and vindicate japan both down 7%. nicole: after days of selling to the fox 600 premises and green arrows has a book at the london sociopathy present. cacm prints at the 10th of a percent. e.u. leaders meeting over the weekend so we will watch with a say as well. lauren: bigness of volatility for u.s. stocks right now. david just tacking on 19. nasdaq features 10 points. after two months the s&p 500 to move 1% in either direction. we will see about today. >> the international energy agency said yesterday the glass supply supply will continue in 27 team. down 3%. today a powerful 1%. gold gained $3.70. right after team 27a troy ounce. lauren: a tropical storm julia off the northeast florida coast.
55 manzanares matches 10 inches of rain. the strong winds will produce minor coastal flooding and beach erosion across jacksonville to savanna, georgia into this afternoon. j-juliett expected to begin into friday as it continues friday as a continuous end-to-end across the southeast. nicole: confidential medical information from female athletes who competed at the rio olympics has been posted online. they include gymnast simone biles, serena and venus williams, basketball player of the nfl god and the world doping agency says a russian cyberespionage group packed its database. the hackers rebelled records of exemptions which allow athletes to use banned substances because it verified medical needs. simone biles says she's taking medication to treat adhd since she was a child. please know i believe in clean sports, have always followed the
rules, will continue to do so is fair play is critical sport and is very today. lauren: a look at the latest in the world of sports. extra inning heroics last night. teaching rivera and the top of the tent they made to lead to 43 when. nine games of washington in an obvious and kept their hold on the second wild-card spot. new york has won eight of their last 10 with 17 and six seconds august 20th. the yankees dropped their wins. jacoby came off the bench and hit back-to-back homers that sent the yankees to a 3-d mapping whenever the los angeles dollars. two games behind baltimore and the wild-card spot and forward division. the two i do djs for the tampa bay rays 62 last night. blue jays are now tied with all tomorrow for the first wild-card and back-to-back of division leading boston.
toronto lost for the eighth time in 11 games. nicole: coming up, we will hand it to "mornings with maria." stock market futures trying to show grand whole time. look at that back in the green. i features a 21, smp features at three. you are watching "fbn:am." ♪ (announcer vo) who says your desk phone always has to be at your desk? now, with one talk from verizon... hi, pete. i'm glad you called.
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>> we need working mothers to be fairly compensated their their work and have access to a affordable quality child care yet meaningful work has done in this area and my opponent has no child care plan. maria: meanwhile the trump foundation facing new investigation this morning, attorney general opening probe of impropriety this coming after shocking revelation that worker had full access to hillary clinton's private e-mail and server. disturbing video of a man plowing his car into two officers at a gas station in arizona. that driver charged with attempted murder. mylan labs under pressure. the wall street journal with new details with the company sky