nicole: breaking news this morning. a surprise news list talks around the globe. good morning. i am nicole petallides. cheryl: good morning. i'm cheryl casone and forlorn simonetti. a long-term target and not move ahead of today's decision. stock market futures ahead of the fed announcement the dow, s&p and nasdaq pointing higher. tell pointing up by 65. >> stocks jumped 2% in china shanghai composite with 2%
gains. hong kong hang seng up half a percent. cheryl: oil prices up two days in a row. trading to six days before the presidential debate company focused on the campaign trail has turned to national security. the very latest on the race for the white house. cheryl: new federal charges for ahmad rahami accused of planting a number of bombs in new york city and new jersey and using weapons of mass destruction. trying to a dozen police officers injured overnight after a black police officer shot an armed man in charlotte at the very latest on that story. cheryl: this ceo of mylan with the price hike of its epipen
product. tree into an baseball come in the he said. trade 3:50 a.m. right here in new york wednesday, september 21st. good morning. welcome to train seven. the latest breaking news than what to expect a day ahead. true to break in his ahead of the interest rates. the bank of japan announced a new monetary policy measures. the bank lifted short-term rates unchanged as just a defense that purposes to step up its bright against inflation. the central bank -- cheryl: right now the markets are pricing in nearly 54% chance of a rate hike at the fed's next meeting in december after the
election. fox business will have live coverage and analysis of the decision at 2:00 p.m. eastern time today followed by the news conference at the 2:30 p.m. eastern time during "the intelligence report." train to japan's central bank watching niche in particular could didn't take it particular could that make it gets a jump of 1.9%. the shanghai composite index a 10th of a percent. the hong kong hang seng up half a percent. cheryl: here we go with the ftse 100 is cacm 45. dx and germany up 100. true to no doubt. all 10 sectors higher in european markets. inches unit is a broad-based rally with optimism to you u.s. stock market futures wait-and-see mode. better than expected after a spirit of s&p futures of s&p futures at nine. nasdaq up 25 after sake is
yesterday. train to raise sensitive contracts. own up 93 cents in gold is up a little more, $5 to the upside on that contract. nicole: of violent erupting after a fatal shooting of a black man. officers say the man was armed and posted thread. the in group rotation heading down by 8580 dozen officers injured police vehicles damaged after a black police officer shot and killed 43-year-old keith scott. >> they said handset. he got a gun, he got it done. pow, pow, pow. that's it. he had no gun. trade to the shooting happened while police are trained to serve a warrant at another
complex. cheryl: battle for the white house. national security at the forefront. donald trump strongly criticizing the government's refugee program. listen. >> this could be the great trojan horse. we have people coming into our country. we have no idea who they are peered to use the word extreme. we i made it up. now hillary is copying me. we need extreme fasting. we don't need anybody until you find out what is going on in these regions of the world. cheryl: heather clinton long held the view meanwhile the new poll shows trumpet granted virtually tied in north carolina. truncating 44% support among likely voters while clinton has 43%. trampled beyond lou dobbs tonight at 7:00 p.m. eastern time.
don't miss lou talking to donald trump. cheryl: a great interview. new fallout from the clinton e-mail scandal. the i.t. specialist who deleted e-mails they have searched for advice on how to hide a vips information. i may be facing an interesting situation when a district that is vips -- very vip e-mail address from a bunch of archives e-mail. this was posted in july of 2014, the same state department asked the clinton made. several users responded it was not possible. nicole: the suspect in new york and new jersey bombings charged that terrorism. complaints against ahmad khan rahami filed in manhattan and new jersey federal courts today. the fbi looks in to rahami in
2014 after his father expressed concerns his son might be a terrorist. >> your son was involved in terrorism. you told back to the fbi. you called them until done. what what did they say? they didn't do their job. he wanted them to be brought in for questioning. >> meanwhile, two new jersey police officers wounded in a shootout to rahami has been released. cheryl: president obama calling for more global cooperation in helping refugees in its final address to the u.n. general assembly. >> the world will be more secure and we are prepared to help those in need in the nation's carrying largest bird in with respect to accommodating
refugees. cheryl: president obama said the world leaders are pledging to take in 360,000 refugees next year. the u.s. plans to receive 110,000 in the 2007 team fiscal year. sure it to cd or wells fargo apologize for bank employees who open millions of unauthorized accounts. johnstown -- john stumpf grilled web is a bit worried who said he squeezed employees that they would cheat customers. >> this is about accountability. you should resign. you should be criminally investigated by both the department of justice and the securities and exchange commissions. 700 more than $19 million last
year. the bank regulators have fined wells fargo more than $185 million. he will comment on wells fargo for that matter until after the election. cheryl: the soaring cost of 56. heather brash to defend her company's pricing decisions before a house committee and according to prepared testimony, josé mylan does not plan to lower prices. more than $600 with an increase of 500% since 2007. at the pins are carried by people with life-threatening allergs. irs commissioner john koski men will face a house panel today as lawmakers consider whether he should be impeached.
being accused of hindering investigations into whether the irs targeted tea party groups that had applied for tax exempt status. cheryl: the stock rising 1% in extended trading after the company announced plans to buy back up to $40 billion in stock and boosted dividend by 30%. the latest move for a steady flow of staff and shareholders. microsoft says it wants to sell cancer within a decade by turning cells into computers. it is highly possible to reprogram disease cells once they returned into living computers. fascinating. nicole: galaxy note cell phones are ready today to replace the samsung recall because the smartphone batteries can catch fire. within 255 instances where users
were burned. samsung says the problem doesn't affect all phones because it uses batteries from different fires. cheryl: the fcc on the diving of assets and accounting. commission look into the oil company touts its assets in climate change regulations. they could have far-reaching consequences for the oil and gas industry. music streaming boost record sales. a huge jump with the strongest growth in the industry since the boom of the late 90s. u.s. revenues jumped more than 8% compared to a year ago. finally, autonomous robots, warehouse workers with new england billionaire rich color and untethered and work more efficiently and more conventional.
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cheryl: 5:15 a.m. in new york you don't get caught up on what's happening now. a global stock market rally after the bank of japan was keeping interest rates on hold by setting a long-term target. that is ahead of today's decision by our central bank had worked for the federal reserve from the direction of interest rate. u.s. futures looking positive. the dow put in higher. nasdaq up by 22 in the free market. with less than seven weeks before the november election, national security at the forefront of a presidential race while campaigning in north carolina, donald trump criticizing the refugee program
while hillary clinton says she's long held the view that country should apply typesetting towards immigrants. federal authorities formally charged someone with plant a number of bombings among other charges rahami is charged with using weapons of mass destruction get the cd out in the hot seat on capitol hill trying to defend the drug companies price increase of its epipen product. that is what is happening now. nicole. stocks edging higher ahead of today's rate decision from the federal reserve. investors don't expect the fed to pull the trigger today that they will be watching to see if the central bank signaled a rate hike in next meeting in december where we saw the futures market 50%. the president then also fox news contributor joining us this morning. what are your bets on this
morning and what do you think the stock market will react with? >> good morning, nicole. it sounds like we are on one of those repeat lives where we have the fed will raise rates, but we are looking for in the indication. yellen moves her left elbow couple inches. i don't think they are going to do anything before the election. the market starts to turn that. if there is a surprisingly here we are definitely going to raise with a raise today, then we've got some real negativity in the stock market and the site today. cheryl: i'm curious if you were surprised by the doj is policy change. set in the long-term target on interest rates. kind of a different move from them. >> sadly i'm not surprised. this seems to be now the current course in speed with all
governments around the world. it is like they think they can somehow control the economy through monetary policy. we will keep interest rates low forever in deal with it. japan has been doing this monetary stimulus keeping rates low and interminably in their economy continues to flatline. our government, japan, i don't know when they get the message that rates have to be allowed to fluctuate with market. >> they were hoping for more. a lot of disappointment because it wasn't enough and it's all long-term on the race overall. let's talk about arafat. normalcy would be raising rates overall and now the top going forward. but if they don't even raise it this year? >> i don't think they will raise it before the election because like it or not, the site has become a political institution.
even if they simply are independent, they don't want to be accused of wheat through this election to donald trump or hillary clinton or whatever. i don't think they want to do that. i guess the last hope would be a december increase. i that. nicole: last year we would have already had her headaches it didn't happen. losing credibility along with it. gary b. smith, fox news contributor, thanks for your insight this morning. cheryl: thank you, gary. in sports come of the united states eliminated by none other than canada. in baseball, the wild-card series he said. this playoff picture right now. complicated for brad pitt and angelina jolie. >> there's a huge space between us and it just keeps filling up.
rapid and angelina jolie may have called it quits but they don't have a prenup which could make things complicated when it comes to dividing assets. the couple has $400 million to divvy up between a man among the assets a lot of rails day. together the couple owns a $60 million in state in the south of france that includes the mirror ball winery a $41,000,000.2 homes for $16 million in a $5.5 million home in new orleans. separately, angelina jolie is a wildlife preserve in cambodia and she's got an apartment in new york city. brad pitt owns a home in los angeles which he purchased in the 94 for $1.7 million. brad pitt is worth a total of $240 million will angelina's worth is estimated at $160 million. both actors are in about $20 million per movie. angelina filing for divorce on
monday cited irreconcilable differences and she wants custody of the kids. train to pass the thing. the kids. good luck to all of them. a look at the latest in the world of sport. team u.s.a. will not advance of a cup of hockey. see the u.s.a. took an early lead before the canadian team scored to take the lead. canada would not let go if they move on to face team era. their match will decide the semifinal match at. in a nationally good chance to come the dodgers. two more home runs from san francisco called passive injury firm johnny cueto. the all-star pitcher with a sixth inning. the win, the giants pulled into a three-way tie for first place. they are tied with that and the
cardinals who beat the rockies. the miami marlins find themselves four games back of his three-way tie. cheryl: coming up, just six days for the first presidential debate. the focus has turned back to national security. >> we need extreme dieting but we don't need anybody until they find out what's going on in these regions of the world. cheryl: the latest from the campaign trail. the text that too much could be microsoft. 1% ahead of the opening bell after raising its dividend and announces a $40 billion stock buyback. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning and breaking news. ♪
cheryl: surprise move from the bank of japan lifts stocks around the globe. good morning. i nicole peddle the peace. cheryl: iamb cheryl casone and four lawrence simonetti. an interest rate for government bonds will build inflation. stock market futures ahead of the announcement today. right now features a composited. s&p up 7.5. nasdaq up more than 22. almost 2% to the central bank does. the shanghai composite index ended up one 10th of 1%. oil prices at the rate-sensitive
contract. that is a gain of 92 cents. six days before the presidential debate on the campaign trail has turned to national security. the latest on the race for the white house. cheryl: new federal charges for ahmad rahami accused of playing accused of planting a number number of bombs in new york to be in new jersey and using weapons of mass destruction. nicole: at least a dozen police officers turned violent -- we will have the latest on that story. cheryl: the ceo of mylan in the hot seat. lawmakers will question had their brash. nicole: and sports committee united states eliminated from the world cup of hockey by none understand canada. we'll show you the playoff picture just shortly.
cheryl: 5:31 a.m. here in new york. welcome to "fbn:am" come your first look at what's living in today's markets, the latest breaking news and what to expect your day ahead. nicole: interest-interest- rate bank of japan announcing monetary policy measures. stocks around the globe. the bank was short-term rates and adjusted asset purchases to step up its fight against inflation. the central bank is not expected to raise rates as he wraps up his two-day policy. cheryl: investors looking for clues about the future rate hikes. in nearly 54% chance that the fed's next meeting in december after the election like that. fox business with live coverage and analysis of the decision at 2:00 p.m. eastern time followed by the news conference during "the intelligence report."
let's get you caught up in a global market action overnight. we saw the 10 year yield moved into positive territory in back down again. it's a good stocks around the globe. nikkei up almost 2%. shanghai composite up one 10th of 1%. korea scots beat a path% as well. cheryl: bank of japan really boosted the market. the ftse in london at 24 points right now. up 98. strong gains on that moves by japan. nicole: let's look at what the markets are doing ahead of the fomc. dow futures at 64 after psyching yesterday at the third of 1%. s&p 500 up a prenup. nasdaq futures at 23. cheryl: check and install a sensitive commodities. right now 45 bucks on crude up
95 cents in gold at 1323. any move on interest rates and the dollar will affect these contracts today. >> back above 45. breaking news this morning. charlotte, north carolina after fatal police shooting. the man was armed and did pose a threat. the group rotation down i 85. a dozen officers injured in police vehicles damaged after a black police officers shot and killed 43-year-old keith scott. >> they said he ends up. he got a gun, he got a gun. pow, pow, pow. that's it. he had no gun. nicole: police are trained to serve a warrant on another person at an apartment complex. cheryl: move into the battle for the white house is less than seven weeks before the november election. national security before the presidential presidential race while campaigning in north
carolina, donald trump strongly criticizing the government's refugee program. >> this could be the great trojan horse. we have people coming into our country. they are coming in from the middle east. we have no idea who they are. i use the term extreme. i made it up. that hillary is copying it. we don't need anybody until they find out what is going on from these regions of the world. cheryl: hillary clinton long held the view towards immigrants. a new poll shows trumpet written are virtually tied in north carolina. 44% among likely voters. clinton has 43%. trump will be on lou dobbs tonight at 7:00 p.m. eastern time. do not miss it. nicole: new fallout from the clayton i.t. scandal. the man's search for device on
how to hide a vips information. i may be facing a very interesting situation where i need to strip out a vips e-mail address from a bunch of archived e-mail. the state department with secretary of state dean no-space several users responded that it wasn't possible. the suspect in new york and new jersey bombings now charged with terrorism. criminal complaints against ahmad rahami were filed in new jersey yesterday. one of the explosions injured 30 people in saturday night. the fbi about back in 24 team after his father expressed concerns that his son might be terrorists.
>> your son was involved in terrorism. he told that to the fbi. what did they say? they didn't do their job. he wanted them to bring them in for questioning? >> i want nothing right now. nicole: to new jersey police officers wounded in a shootout with rahami has been released from the hospital thankfully. cheryl: president obama calling for more global cooperation in helping refugees in his final address to the u.n. general assembly. the sin. >> we should all understand that ultimately our world will be were secure. we are prepared to help those in need and the nations who are carrying the largest burden with respect to the accommodating these refugees. nicole: meanwhile, the president
said world leaders are pledging to take in 360,000 refugees next year. the u.s. plans to receive 110,000 new refugees and a 2017 fiscal year come as something donald trump repeatedly keeps bringing up in his speeches. nicole: the ceo of wells fargo back on capitol hill after he apologized for openness of unauthorized accounts. john stumpf escrowed by members including massachusetts senator elizabeth warren who said he squeezed employees that they would cheat their customers. >> this is about accountability. you should resign. you should get the money he took while the scam was going on and you should be criminally investigated by both the department of justice and the securities and exchange commissions. nicole: stumpf earned more than $19 million. regulators have fined wells fargo $1859. warren buffett tells fox
business liz claman he will comment on wells fargo or anything else for that matter until after the election. cheryl: speaking to liz claman specifically about wells fargo. today the cost of at the pens is going to be the focus of a congressional hearing today. mylan ceo to defend decisions before the house committee. she will say mylan doesn't plan to lower prices. charging more than $600 for a two pack, an increase of 5% for 2007. at the pens are carried by people with life-threatening allergies. irs commissioner will face a house panel today as lawmakers consider whether he should be impeached. koskinen accused of hindering investigations into whether the irs targeted tea party groups apply for tax-exempt status.
the stock to watch today. could it be microsoft raising 1% in this morning's trading ahead of the opening bell. the company to buy about $40 million in stock and boosted dividend 8%. the latest move by microsoft to share steady flow of cash with its shareholders. microsoft wants to solve cancer within a decade by turning cells into computers. the company thinks it's highly possible reprogram diseased cells once they are turned into living computers. nicole: i know stuart barney was the scene of earpiece a microsoft shareholder. new galaxy no seven mark of available today to replace 1 million devices recalled in the united states. saint-saens issued the recall because the batteries can catch fire. more than 25 instant is where users were burned. dozens of fires reportedly caused property damage. the problem doesn't affect all
phones because he used batteries from different suppliers. cheryl: stocks to watch for the morning pictures jumping 3% after the company reported better-than-expected fiscal earnings and sales. fedex to watch that stop. also looking at adobe systems today rallied 5% in after-hours. when it opens at 930 club. at xs for the current quarter. we'll also hear hear from general mills this morning that the maker of cheerios likely to report slower sales growth hurt by weak demand for breakfast foods in yogurt, two of the biggest businesses of the company. investors will look for updates and steps to boost growth in the forecast for the rest of the year.
nicole: they said they are going to raise prices next earpiece c.e.o. wells fargo gets a grilling on capitol hill. >> this is about accountability. you should resign. nicole: shed 79 resign? the federal reserve holds off and signals that could be december. you were watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning and breaking news. ♪
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nicole: 5:45 a.m. in new york could not get caught up on what's happening now. the bank of japan keep interest rates on hold. that ahead of today's decision by iran until bag. the federal reserve in the direction of interest rates. let's check our u.s. stock market futures. it was high-energy. modest gains yesterday. dow futures at 60, s&p futures at seven to less than seven weeks before the november election. national security at the forefront of the presidential race while campaigning, donald trump strongly criticizing the refugee program while hillary
clinton has long held the view that the country should apply to us heading towards immigrants. federal authorities formally charged ahmad rahami was planted a number of bombs in new york city and new jersey. among other charges, rahami charged with using weapons of mass destruction. trying to defend the price increase in the epipen product. it was 500% since 2009. her salary went up as well. that is what is happening now. cheryl: investors don't expect the fed to pull the trigger today that they will be watching to see if the central bank signaled to rate hike at its next meeting in december. gary count on a fox news contributor joins us now. i want to talk to you about the
fed, the really quick to take away from wells fargo ceo john stumpf series. elizabeth warren wants him fired, fined in charge. does he need to resign? >> you know you're in trouble when i was rooting for elizabeth warren. not a favorite of mine. the amazing thing to me is i'm surprised -- i'm sure they prepared for when you get hit with questions about the person and complete responsibility getting $100,000,000.5300 people fired but not one senior management, you are in big trouble. when it is bipartisan and mike back, you are a double big trouble. i don't know what day it's going to be, the sooner rather than later they have to make a move. nicole: i wonder if it trickles into other banks in those practices. maybe even a bigger picture. what do you look when you say rate hikes are more normal.
what does the market do? >> well, no chance of a rate hike. if they do come in the market will get smacked because the market was set up. i think it's 15%. i see no rate hikes the rest of the year and i really do believe they are looking up market first, the economy second. the last time they did one rate hike, the worldwide markets for 10%. both do a little bit of law, blog, maybe we'll do this and do that, see more data come in. markets of the easy money and that's why you see futures that. japan has been easy money for 20 years. i'm surprised the markets care about anything but that's the nature of the beast. cheryl: this rate hike if it does happen would be after the election. another story to follow. thank you very much.
president of capital management. nicole: both of our guests today said no rate hike this year. in sports the united states is eliminated by none other than canada. in baseball, the wild-card race he's that. the playoff picture right now and it's going to get complicated for brad pitt and angelina jolie. >> is a huge space between us and it just keeps filling up. nicole: they did not have a prenup which puts their assets up for grabs. who gets that french vineyard. you are watching "fbn:am, your first look at morning and breaking news. ♪
us and it keeps filling out. nicole: brad pitt and angelina jolie has called it quits but they don't appear to have a prenuptial agreement. the couple reportedly has $400 million to divvy up between the two of them and access to a lot of real estate. together the couple owns a $60 million estate in france including mirabeau binary. the $41 million vineyard. two homes, one of my dad the $5.5 million home separately. angelina jolie herself owns a 12,000-acre wildlife preserve in cambodia in an apartment here in new york city. brad pitt owns a home in l.a. he purchased back in 1994. brad pitt is worth a total of 240 million. angelina jolie estimated at 160 million. angelina jolie filed for divorce
from brad pit citing irreconcilable difference is in the reason for the split. together for 10 years, married for about two. cheryl: is over. shedding a couple tears. the latest from the world of sports everybody after a second straight loss coming team u.s.a. will not advance to the world cup of hockey. the american team by a score of 42. the one to nothing lead. team canada would not let go. they move on to face team europe. now let's move t baseball. the mariners took an early lead the blue jays pitcher secured the 20th win last night. the second major leaguer to hit this season and the first pitcher to reach 20 wins since
2008 good the blue jays have possession of first place in the american league wild card standings. baltimore to remain a wild-card team had a game and a half bad. the houston astros two games back. nicole: coming out, we will hand it over to morning with maria. this morning ahead of the fed. this afternoon. the ♪ the microsoft cloud helps us stay connected. the microsoft cloud offers infinite scalability. the microsoft cloud helps our
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nicole: bank of japan stimulus on the long-run boost in the uk. u.s. stocks are higher ahead of the fed today and oil higher this morning. possible freeze once again, we will hear from opec, we will hear what happens there. we will turn it over to maria, maria bartiromo. maria: good morning, wednesday september 21st, i'm maria bartiromo, top stories 6:00 a.m.
on the east coast right now. investors focus on central bank. bank of japan leaving rates unchangedded overnight however it did announce policy move set ting global markets this mornin. futures indicating a gain at the opening of trading, 10 points higher in dow jones industrial average. checking trading in europe this morning, higher across the board. it really is about central inaction as you see, major averages there also higher, breaking news right now out of charlotte north carolina, at least one dozen police officers injured as riot involve deadly shooting.