dream to breaking news this morning. donald trump to deliver a major speech while hillary clinton hits the campaign trail again about candidates with reports on their health. good morning. i am nicole petallides. lauren: good morning. i am lauren simonetti. investors seem to have calm down until next week's federal reserve meeting on interest rates. the pentagon 31 points being teachers at 33 was down 11 points in the match. drink divination and the japanese stocks lower dirt exports with the nikkei down 1.3%.
stock markets closed for holidays in shanghai and south korea. lauren: oil prices fell 3% yesterday in a supply report. )-right-paren gaining six and $43.64 a barrel. nicole: more problems for wells fargo ceo john stumpf. federal prosecutors now looking into the bake sales practices that led to last $6,185,000,000 fine. lauren: apple ceo tim cook must be smiling because apple stock up 10% as initial quantities of the iphone seven plus are sold around the world. nicole: chicago cubs are one game away from the title. a heartbreaking loss for the yankees. other highlights coming up here in lauren: 5:01 a.m. in new york. welcome to "fbn:am" from your first look at today's market and the latest breaking news in what
lauren: tunnel john bonilla clinton offered information about their health. that is set to air today. trump gave back her eyes a letter from the start dirt prompting to save the information is good for a man of trump's age. here's a look at the interview. >> if elected at age 70 come you'll be the oldest person to ever enter the oval office. why do you think you have the stamina? >> jus ronald reagan and hilarious rant i had made. i don't know if this makes sense. i feel as good today as they did when i was 30. lauren: blake burman is the latest on hillary clinton's health. reporter: hillary clinton set to return later today after three days after three days off recovering from pneumonia. her campaign preempted the additional medical records.
lisa barnett, the testing is described as normal. clinton's titles are also listed which do not raise serious red flags. clinton was diagnosed last week with pneumonia which the campaign now says was revealed by a ct scan as a mild noncontagious spec to pneumonia appeared it became public as she had to be escorted away a 9/11 memorial ceremony. the campaign says clinton has been evaluated by her doctors in including wednesday. the remainder of her complete physical exam is normal and she's in excellent mental condition. she is recovering well with antibiotics and rest. she continues to remain help him fit to serve as president of the united states. according to the medical information, clinton is taking thyroid medication blood thinner spirit back to you in new york. lauren: tunnel truncating on hillary clinton with eight weeks to go before election day.
trump is only five points behind the secretary of state according to a quinnipiac national poll released yesterday. 43% to clinton's 48%. half of the 10.3 the last time the poll was released in august. the poll was taken during a time when clinton faced criticism after calling half of trump supporters deplorable last friday and became ill on sunday due to previously undisclosed pneumonia. lauren: she's feeling negative effects in the polls that republicans came to an agreement last night to delay a vote on the commission's charm koskinen. instead sense to manage the house judiciary committee. expect you to testify before the committee next week. a house vote won't happen until after the election and it may not happen at all. conservatives say koskinen upstart dave tea party groups who would tiki exemptions.
truth reports from venezuela showed the economy spiraling out of control. here is one indication. a dozen eggs last reported to cost $150. people are waiting in supermarket lines all day only to discover expected food deliveries never arrived and the shelves are empty. the international monetary fund says inflation will hit 750 this year. clean water and electricity, hospital supplies and no resolution in sight. lauren: will start in asia. many markets including the shanghai composite in china and kospi and south korea are close for holidays. the nikkei sold up one and a quarter%. the currency is higher and the nervous the bank of japan unreasoned policy next week. lauren: we eagerly away the bank of england today.
we wish you a say about raising the economy. as meaning they didn't try they didn't try to record those three quarter of 1%. up one 10th of 1%. the cac down fractionally. the dax that fractionally. live that fractionally pivoted busty trillion dollars in market value. groupies than five days. issue down six days in a row. nicole: friday, monday, tuesday. they stated yesterday that he again this morning. dow futures higher by 27 points. nasdaq futures gaining nine. nicole: the key commodities pit one of the reasons we see masala. today we have another up 14 cents at 4372. the goal down almost two bucks at 1324 at troy ounce. lauren: the $66 billion purchase of monsanto by germany's buyer on chad bayer has a long way to go.
a lot of obstacles to clear not to mention hugh grant said on countdown to the closing bell that he thinks the deal will clear regulators. >> i'm optimistic of course then we will have a fair shake with regulators as we look at the opportunities the transaction represents. i think it is different from a number of other dsp and the.the moment and there is such a separation. very little overlap between the two portfolios. lauren: monsanto agreed to sell for $128 a share in cash futures remained around $107 yesterday morning. this morning they are looking slightly higher but not quite hitting 107 right now. the share price reaction suggests investors may not think the deal will go through. turn into problems mounting for
wells fargo with $185 million fine after reports in place it up in 2 million accounts without customers knowledge. federal prosecutors in the early stages of an investigation into wells fargo says part says. sources tell "the wall street journal" investigators have not decided if there's a case or whether it should be civil or criminal. ge io -- ceo john staff to explain those 2 million phony accounts. lauren: an interesting story and maybe see if other banks are doing similar things. the ceo of myelin to sharply increase the cost will testify next week. follows public outrage after the price stored more than 500%. since she doesn't have been, at the same time the salary jumped about $19 million. leaders of the house panel will also look at ways to encourage
greater competition in the market. the device is used to treat life threat and allergic reactions. lots of kids need them for school. nicole: new iphone settings for smartphones are nodded stores until friday. already sold out around the world. initial supplies have sold out in all colors and smaller iphone seven is sold out in the jet black color. unlike previous rollout, apple says it will not release sales numbers for the first weekend. those numbers are an indication of supply and demand. true to apple shares up 10%. lauren: retail sales expected to be weak. if you factor out auto sales, retail sales 660 to show an increase of two tenths of 1%. in july to a retail sales flat. sales a week for the second month. the fed is bound to take notice when it meets next week. nicole: or earnings season is
nearly over. we would hear from progressives this morning before the bell. analysts look for the holding company to post lower quarterly earnings but higher revenues to a year ago. oracle will release its numbers to the database company to expect stronger first-quarter revenue and the business gains traction. investors will look for any verdict on the whistleblower lawsuit over accounting with britain's boat to leave the european union. oracle closed at 45 a share. nicole: is a bird, playing combinations flying car big other midwest. >> so big and they need everything essentially. >> they need the small things in the water, but they're very good at doing that. >> they are just flying everywhere. nicole: jeff flock will bring us more. good data of 24.
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nicole: 5:15 a.m. in new york at the skate caught up on what's happening out both presidential candidates to be commander-in-chief. donald trump will deliver a major speech on the economy in new york today and hillary clinton returns to the campaign trail. she had to rest up for a few days after being diagnosed with pneumonia. problems for wells fargo and ceo john stumpf just beginning to the bank was fined $185 million after employees opened it many as 2 million unauthorized accounts. reports prosecutors in several
states are looking into whether it is civil or criminal case against the bank. stumpf appears on tuesday. the iphone seven plus and the iphone seven due in stores tomorrow. apple says they sold out in all colors. apple says it will not be releasing first weekend sales as it usually does. apple stock up this week almost 10%. dow futures gaining 30 points. basically everything yesterday. s&p futures up four points, nasdaq futures 10-point. nicole: with the move for apple, that apple, that's the highest since last december. good news there. druggies on the rise among u.s. workers. the share of u.s. workers testing positive reaches the highest level in a decade according to data from eyes of workplace drug tests administered by quest diagnostics and one of the largest medical screening labs.
samsung plans a software update to seven risk at this software will limit the maximum battery to 60%, but virus will not get asked him some books on the replacement plan. spotted by remained -- it has 40 million paying subscribers at the third and six months a year ago. there is more happening in the great lakes. it's a multibillion dollars fishing industry versus the asian carp population which has grown to unmanageable levels. jeff flock is the best one to take this on on the illinois river with the details. reporter: were identical, with we've got a crazy one for you. we're right in the middle, maybe you can see this airport, a herd or a school of flying fish.
can i affect me at illinois dnr biologist peter >> you're looking at the illinois river as part of our commercial removal to keep them out of lake michigan. >> you don't want the species in the boat right now. >> we are trying to remove them and keep their numbers down for the ecological systems in illinois. >> we are shocked in the water and our goal is to move them into the net fishermen have in the water. reporter: file, they are just lying. >> just be careful. reporter: hold on to the microphone. i want to show exactly what this looks like. is this that i'm looking at? >> that's a silver car. reporter: these can get how big? >> a silver carpet over 50 pounds of bacon is approaching 100. >> that just slipped right out
of my hands. >> pretty fantastic fish. reporter: they get so big it made everything. >> date the small things in the water but they're very good at doing that. reporter: they are just flying everywhere. there you can see this as the fight that goes on against the asian carp all up and down the mississippi. wow, look at this. >> where 100 miles from lake michigan. >> could skew. reporter: i think we'd better send it back to you before we get overrun. were identical, what a day. lauren: what a day. you got complimented for your skipping abilities. the acc has pulled a sporting event that of north carolina over a controversial bathroom while that can cost the state millions of dollars.
>> it's been a succession of announcements after announcement of folks pulling jobs, not bringing tournaments here. the decision to pull the all-star game in charlotte is just another example of that. lauren: chicago clubs are one game away from the division title and a heartbreaking loss for the new york yankees. as they go to boston and those highlights are coming out. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning market in breaking days. keep it here. ♪
chicago clubs clinched a playoff last night but the seven to nothing win over the st. louis cardinals. jon lester pitched eight dominant innings. the cubs improve their major league best record to 93 and 52. they can wrap up their first division crown since 2008. tonight with a win at home over milwaukee or st. louis lost to san francisco. the cubs haven't won the world series since 19 away. justin turner with an rbi double and a two run that dissent the dodgers are the yankees last night. clayton kershaw gave one hit in five innings entrusted twice. the yankees completed a successful game for the second wild-card. the yankees are in boston tonight. the alp a spectator as they pulled and became the first place with the wanted nothing win over the boston bruins tax.
the major league-leading 42nd home run and kevin goslin outpitched rick costello over eight innings. ultimo took two of the three and the series to pull ahead at something to run out for the top wild-card. blue jays lost at home to tampa bay eight to one. lauren: more repercussions of the controversial bathroom wall. the atlantic coast conference is moving championships for this academic year out of north carolina. they include the full title game in december and women's basketball tournament in march. the decision comes two days after the ncaa announced they would move seven championship games for the coming year after this date. some leaders are blaming governor pat mccrory. >> an incredible disappointment. he shown a real failure leadership that he has kept up to the plate and said he signed house the two is costing us hundreds of millions of dollars.
it cost us one cost us one of the bedrock suffers a college basketball. he needs to apologize to the people of north carolina, move on from his thinking to do something about the situation with iran. true through the north carolina law requires people to use restrooms that course on with the genders listed on their birth certificates. train to donald trump prepares to deliver a major speech on the economy of both candidates release reports on their health. >> i feel as good today as they did when i was 30. nicole: the very latest on the campaign trail. techniques may have been unimpressed by the iphone seven plus for consumers and investors appear to love it. initial quantities are sold out around the world good apples.gov 10% this week a month. very latest on the iphone's death in sales. you are watching "fbn:am," said ted
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lauren: breaking news this morning. donald trump to deliver a major speech on the economy while hillary clinton hits the campaign trail again and both candidates release on their health. good morning and lauren simonetti. nicole: i am nicole petallides. next week's federal reserve decision on interest rates. features a 35. s&p futures up five and nasdaq futures ahead of the opening bell at the love in. lauren: in a shack in japanese stocks moved lower after the currency began strengthening a packet of the country's exports. other stock markets including
the shanghai composite and the cost because for holidays. nicole: oil prices following a supply report right now of about 15 cents at 4373 a barrel. more problem for wells fargo. "the wall street journal" says federal prosecutors now looking into the bank sales practices that led to last week's $185 million fines. nicole: tim cook must be smiling. apple's.gov 10% so far this week. 's initial quantities of the iphone seven plus they're sold out around the world. lauren: the chicago cubs clinch a playoff in her one game away from the division title. heartbreaking loss for the new york yankees. we will have the highlights for you. nicole: 5:31 a.m. in new york. the latest breaking news in what to expect the day ahead.
lauren: donald trump would be a near christie's expected to outline the sole economic plan. the nominee said it is completely paid for. fox business will have five coverage of that speech. speaking of the economy, trump attacked for its decision to remove all small car production out of mexico at a rally in ohio. >> ford is moving all of its small vehicle production to mexico. [booing] i've been talking about this for five years, long before a fabulous run for president. lauren: and they force me to mexico will get flashes of 35% tax in the west. he is criticizing ford's decision to the small car productions to that country.
trumps vice presidential nominee might pencil be a warning to react 8:30 a.m. tomorrow. the services lining hallways outside. donald trump and hillary clinton offered more information about their health. new information of the dr. rod show which is due to air today. trump gave to her on as a ladder had new details prompting him to say the information is good for a man of charm stage. here's a look at part of the interview. be back at elected age saturday camille did the oldest person to enter the oval office. why do you have set up for the job? are you back just about age as ronald reagan and hillary is a year behind me. based on my life i don't know if this makes sense, but it feels good today as they did when i was 30. lauren: blake or run with the latest on hillary clinton's help get >> of a clinton set to return
after three days off recovering from pneumonia. the campaign preempted with the release of additional medical records. lisa barnett, the lab testing is described as normal. clinton's titles are also listed which do not raise serious red flags. clinton would diagnose last week with pneumonia which the campaign now says was revealed by a ct scan as a mild noncontagious back ariel pneumonia. the became public as she had to be escorted away from the 9/11 memorial service. clinton has been evaluated by her.her cents including wednesday. the remainder of her complete physical exam is normal and she's an excellent medical condition. she is recovering well with antibiotics and rest. she continues to remain healthy and fit to serve as president of the united states. according to the medical information, clinton is taking thyroid medication and blood
thinner is. back to you in new york. trade to thank you, blake irving. lauren: a weeks to go before election day. trump is five-point behind hillary. according to a national poll, 43% for trump, 40% for clinton. half of the late clinton had the last time the poll was released in august. taken during a time when clinton faced criticism for calling half deplorable and then became relative to previously undisclosed ammonia. nicole: republicans in the house came to an agreement late last night that would lead to an impeachment of irs commissioner john koskinen. they instead said the matter to the house judiciary committee. koskinen expected to testify. the vote won't happen until after the election may not happen at all. they obstructed the house gop
conviction. nicole: reports in venezuela showed the economy added troll. a dozen eggs last last reported to cost $150. people waiting in supermarket lines all day only to discover expected food deliveries never arrived and the shelves are empty. the monetary fund says inflation of venice available ahead 720% this year. severe shortages of food, clean water, electricity and hospital supplies and no resolution in sight. nicole: a lot going on. they make a down the seventh day in a row in a cage dropped three weeks lows down 1.2%. close in china and korea. hang seng wife and a half of 1%. $2 trillion lost over the last five trading days. asian markets down six days in
the nikkei down seven days. lauren: stocks are trading choppy ahead of the bank of england decision on policy and race. the ftse up 16 points at the cac down two points. dax and germany as getting paid. an auto status report added the european union. car sales to rise 10%. tragedy here at home, and the dow, s&p weighting of the fed next week. dow futures up 33. s&p futures up for. nasdaq futures up then. trivia $43.72 a barrel at the third of 1%. gold down $2 to 1323 a troy ounce. nicole: we might see some volatility tomorrow. 66 billion purchase of mont pinto by bayer that we first heard about. my way to go.
the obstacles are not exactly clear. the increased scrutiny of the presidential election as well. my center's ceo hugh grant said he thinks the deal will clear regulations. >> i am not a mistake also. i think we will have a fair shake with regulators as they look at the opportunities the transaction represents. i think it is different from a number of the other deals i look at the moment and there is such a separation. very little overlap between the two portfolios. nicole: monsanto agreed to sell itself for $128 in cash. sitting at one of 690 this morning when you look at the bed asked beatrice regulation of peanut. those hurdles. lauren: following that story and one out of wells fargo. the bank was hit last week with $185 million fine after reports
that employees had opened his many as 2 million accounts about customer's knowledge. now there are reports that federal prosecutors are in the early stages of an investigation into wells fargo sales practices. sources told the journal investigators have not decided if there is a case or whether it should be civil or criminal. wells fargo ceo john stumpf appeared tuesday before the senate banking committee. lauren: the abby pen will testify before congress next week. heather brasch over the price of the epipen which soared more than 500% since 2007 to more than 600 bucks. at the same time promote salary jumped to $19 million last year. leaders of the hospitals say they look at at ways to encourage greater competition and a epipen market. it is used to treat life-threatening reactions. lauren: iphones abends aren't in
stores until friday. they are already sold out around the world. initial supplies that the larger size sold out in all colors of the smaller regular iphones said holdout in the new jet black color. unlike previous rollouts, apple says it will not release sales numbers for the first weekend. those numbers are more an indication of supply that they then demand. nicole: august retail sales numbers are out and are expected to be weak. sales will fall one 10th of 1% doctrine out retail sales expected to show an increase in to 10th. retail sales in july basically flat. if sales are great for a second month the fed is bound to take notice when it meets next week. nicole: -- lauren: earnings season is nearly over. results continue to trickle in. we'll hear from progressive before the bell. analysts at the company to post lower quarterly earnings but
higher revenue compared to a year ago. oracle will release its latest numbers after the bell. the database company to report on revenue of club business gains traction. investors watching for any significant verdict on the whistleblower lawsuit over clyde accounting along with the impact of the vote in great britain for the european union. nicole: coming up, robotech industry and the reporter goes along for the ride. >> the light just turned green and as you can see it's turning it self, turn signal and everything. i had nothing to do with that. >> year supply of chick-fil-a sandwiches with the help of this inflatable cow. this checkout u.s. stock market futures down for the last five trading days. right now u.s. features that 34. we will check in on oil down 6% this week.
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nicole: good morning to you. 5:45 a.m. in new york. both presidential candidates declared fit. donald trump do to deliver a major economics reached good in new york today camilla clinton returns to the campaign trail after being diagnosed with pneumonia. both saw doctors in both declared fit to serve as president. problems are wells fargo and ceo john stumpf just beginning. the bank was fined $185 million after ports open as many as 2 million accounts about customer's knowledge. prosecutors in several states look into whether to pursue civil or criminal cases against the bank.
appearing before the senate banking committee next tuesday. the iphone seven plus funds are due in stores tomorrow. apple says they are already sold out. apple will not be releasing first weekend sales figures as it usually does. u.s. stock market futures down for the last five trading days. i waiting for the fed next week. dow futures in the bank of england this morning. got futures at 36, s&p futures up five. lauren: september is halfway done at "the wall street journal" drug use on the rise among workers at the share of u.s. workers testing positive for illicit drug use reached its highest level in a decade according to data from millions of drug tests administered by quest diagnostics, one of the largest medical screening labs. samsung plans a software update to cut the galaxy knows that in fire risk. the company says the software will limit the maximum battery
charge to 60%. u.s. users probably won't get this patch because samsung is working on a replacement plan. bona fide remains topping music subscriptions. the streaming service is 40 million paying subscribers at the third from six to go. what would she do for a free ride? in pittsburgh and the brave souls allow themselves to be guinea pigs in the first large-scale testing of driverless vehicles by goober. fox news rob schmidt takes us along for the ride. >> a look into our future in pittsburgh, pennsylvania as uber rules out self driving cars for customers. the company isn't quite ready to take its hands off the wheel. the back of driver and engineer will be in there for the foreseeable future unless something goes wrong. the ntsb has its concerns. >> just a theory if you remove
the driver, you've remove driver error. there are several defects. the automation has to work. if it doesn't work, then what? >> the first rollout technology to the public to many others including google, tesla and ford work on it as well. the technology isn't ready for the road and inmate a reminder that it is a work in progress when a man was killed in a self driving tesla. regardless, we went for a spin. >> here we are coming off a bridge. the card as the light turned green and now it's turning itself. turn signal and everything. i've nothing to do with that. obviously a lot of skepticism about the safety of these cars. you can't deny the technology is amazing. reporter: a radar that uses light from a laser provides a 360 skin of everything around the car. also 20 cameras that not only see everything but predict where it will go.
>> would she be gutsy enough to be one of the first people to jump in a car with nobody driving. >> not a chance. i've no interest. that's bad alive with the driver. >> moving forward if this is one thing we have to do to move forward i'd be glad to give it a try. reporter: feature car accidents from human error killed 30,000 americans. you might be asking about pittsburgh. pennsylvania has business friendly laws that allow cooper to do this much-needed real-world testing and pittsburgh as carnegie mellon university which has some of the best minds for this type of work. dorinda nicole. nicole: pretty mean. rob schmidt, thank you. one game away from the division title and heartbreaking loss for the new york yankees. still in the thick of the postseason hunt is they go to boston. all the highlights come in there.
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nicole: the chicago clubs clinch last night with its seven to nothing when are the st. louis cardinals to jon lester at eight dominant innings with a pair of home runs. the cubs improved their major league record 293 and 52. they can wrap up their first division crowns in 2008 tonight with a win at home over
milwaukee or st. louis loss in san francisco. heartbreakers for the new york yankees last night. justin turner grounded chance as any to run ninth as sending the dodgers over yankees for the dodgers gave us just one hit in five innings and it interrupted two times by rain. the yankees completed a successful homestand and remained two games behind toronto for the second wild-card spot. but yankees are in boston tonight. the last place they beat the toronto blue jays 8-1 continuing the slump kevin carey meyer and cory dickerson hit two home runners. toronto is now three and nine. the jays still hold the second wild-card spot after falling one game behind baltimore. the orioles beat boston last night and made the al east by one game and by two over the blue jays.
nicole: more requests for north carolina over its controversial restroom law. the atlantic conference says it isn't as a neutral site championships for this academic year out of north carolina. they include the football title game in december, women's basketball tournament in march. the decision comes two days after the ncaa announced it would move seven championship games for the coming year out of north carolina. some leaders are blaming governor pat mccrory. >> i'm incredibly disappointed. he is shown the real failure of leadership. he hasn't stepped up to the plate and said he signed house bill two and it's costing hundreds of millions of dollars. cost is one of the dead rocks of the state. he needs to step up to the day, apologize to the people of north carolina, north carolina, move on from this blame game and do something about the economic situation we are in. turn to the blog requires to
owned buildings that correspond with the gender listed on the birth certificate. lauren: one lucky teacher is getting a year supply of free chick-fil-a sandwiches after spotting a stolen giant inflatable chick-fil-a cow and a backyard in arizona. the inflatable cow was stolen on saturday after making an appearance and arizona state football game. the owner of the chick-fil-a store the cow was done from poverty or free chicken sandwiches to anyone who could bring the towel back to its rightful location. the man in the house where the cow was found claimed he bought the large item at a garage sale. the cow has since returned to the chick-fil-a's door and we hear it in good condition. nicole: coming up, we will hand it over to martin cytherea. scene after his rating on the bank of england. also see in the affairs after four or five days.
upgrade your phone system and learn how you could save at vonage.com/business lauren: thank you so much for joining us on fbn:am. nicole: we are going to hand it over to mornings with maria. good morning, maria. maria: thank you so much. good morning, everybody, happy thursday, i'm maria bartiromo, we're so happy you're with us.
it is thursday september 15th, your top stories 6:00 a.m. on the east coast. fit to serve. hillary clinton to head back to campaign trail after nearly collapsing on sunday and donald trump revealing detas of his medical history, he says he's feeling great. >> why not share your medical records? >> it's two letters, one is the report and the other is from hospital. >> i'm glad to have a chance to stand in for hillary today. she did it for me for a long time. i did talk to her and she's feeling great. maria: trump is gearing for a major speech on the economy, polls show tight race on battle states. faster than a race car, trucks and shipping containers overturn, roughly one million people without power. iphone 7 plus sold out, it's not even if stores yet.