lauren: breaking news after the most-watched presidential debate in history. hillary clinton and donald trump hit the campaign trail in the battleground state. good morning i am trained forward. nicole: good morning. i am nicole petallides. mourning the loss of shimon peres and nobel peace prize winner has died after suffering of major stroke two weeks ago. lauren: stocks gained ground with the dow up 130 points yesterday with consumer stocks. let's see how stock market futures are shaping a detailed futures higher by 20 points in nasdaq futures game in seven.
the two dropped 1.3%. lauren: oil prices fell after waiting his turn in opec oil meeting. $44.91. again if half a percent for crude oil. nicole: directors club of millions of dollars to john stump filed for the bank's scandal. but how can a 500 million accounts two years ago but that only came to light last week. true to new york mets hammered the florida marlins and keep their hopes alive in the wild-card race. 5:01 a.m. in new york wednesday, halfway through the week. welcome to "fbn:am." first look at the today's markets and what to expect the
day ahead. donald trump and hillary clinton in major swing states following their first face-to-face debate. the most-watched presidents either with 84 million viewers. peter brent has the latest from washington. reporter: the candidates tried to get momentum with the big mo going. no surprise on their postdebate comments. they played up their own performances and play down the others. both candidates translate the key battleground states the rest of the week. gruden spoke about her attention to detail at an event in north carolina yesterday. >> i have this old fashion idea that if i'm asking for your vote they should tell you what i want to do. [cheers and applause] and i also got to convey my excitement about what we can do
together. trinitron campaigner for preevent. before you hit the roadie type to fox and friends. >> the best is illegal immigration, law and order and maybe they think i got up fastest rate in jobs. those are basically does three things we have to get out. i got them out early and strong in the and strong and a lot of people think the poll numbers will go up because of that. reporter: clinton in new hampshire where shall talk about debt and then goes on to iowa and florida this week. trump goes to iowa as well and then wisconsin, new hampshire and miniatures the period triggered the next presidential debate is scheduled for sunday, october 9th in st. louis, missouri. the final debate in las vegas on a wednesday, coburn 18th. nicole: the fbi investigating possible attempts to hack cell phones used by party officials. authorities say it might have
happened as recently as the past month. investigators have believed previous attacks conducted by hackers backed by the russian government. moscow dismissed these allegations and claim russia is trying to influence the presidential election in favor of donald trump yang prime minister shimon peres has said. his condition earned for nobel peace prize further peace negotiations with the palestinians. >> even is one of the founding fathers. concerned are people before we even had a country. for israel, from the very first day of the state for the last day of his life. lauren: president obama said peres is guided by a vision of human dignity and progress of the new people of goodwill can
advance together. shimon peres and some of the most admired leaders at home and abroad. he was 93 years old. trenching out of charlotte, north carolina. according to court documents, keith scott's wife had a restraining order filed against him a year ago. she says he called himself a killer and threatened to kill his family with a gun. scott has said her husband was not armed at the time and videos from her and police are inclusive -- inconclusive about whether or not he was holding anything. meanwhile, more protests are ensconced at the residence calling for resignations at the mayor, police chief and city lawmakers. tree into another black man has been shot and killed by police. this time in a suburb of san diego, california. the man was acting erratically. he was shot yesterday after he pulled an object from his pocket and pointed in a shooting stance
towards two officers and one of them opened fire. we'll show you video because this is what one of the dsl. >> he didn't hear no rice. he had no rights. he automatically had no right so they shot him. lauren: protesters gathered at the strip mall protesting racism. the senate today to a great president promised veto allowing the 9/11 but tends to sue saudi arabia appeared critics now say they are looking at how it can be scaled back once it becomes law. house minority leader nancy pelosi said she plans to vote to override the president's veto. >> family should have their day in court. there were concerns the president had expressed a very legitimate. the families think they've addressed many of those concerns in legislation.
nicole: the vote in the house could come tomorrow. concerned the bill would make it vulnerable to retaliatory lawsuits that could get american troops in legal jeopardy. nicole: more fallout from the scandal over wells fargo says practices. the accounts they set up a debate ceo john stumpel $4,541,000,000 in stock awards. he also won't be paid by the scandal is investigated. the retail banking executive retired. the unauthorized opening of scientific counts apologizing for violating customers stress. something soon appeared today before a house committee. train to federal reserve chair janet yellen goes before lawmakers and expected to stay sharp questions from the house committee over why the site and other regulators did not do more to stop the alleged conduct at the bank.
regulators find wells fargo $185 million for opening unauthorized account to meet sales targets and may also be questioned about the fed's major changes to stress test for the big banks. lauren: let's start in asia. the yen in japan, the currency strength and a today and without the nikkei nikkei down 1.3%. the shanghai composite in china china third of 1%. the cost me down half%. the sole creator of the fifth of 1%. nicole: check out what's going on in europe. all of there is across the board. the london ftse 1% pay cac of 1.1% in france and the german dax up one and a quarter babe or deutsche bank sold off one of its life insurance can need is good lauren: september consumer confidence at a nine-year high. the market snaps a two-day losing streak and gave him today. features of 19. nasdaq reaches up for, s&p
futures one point. nicole: the volatile commodity oil has swung back and forth. talk once again about saudi arabia event possibly coming to some agreement in the future that gives us a 23% gain. 4490 of barrel as gold posts by three bucks an 1327 at tryouts. laurenwe've been keeping an eye in the mexican peso searching especially after the debate. the thinking was hillary clinton is stronger. right now the mexican peso a little bit versus the u.s. dollar. the only strengthening of the euro. >> was in the yield dropped eight days in a row. 1.58% right now. >> six senators asking young ceo marissa mayer's to explain what the company did not disclose the massive security reach a timely manner. lawmakers sent a letter calling the company's handling of the
cyberattack unacceptable. yahoo! told us thursday that 500 million e-mail accounts were hacked but the breach actually happened in 2014. yahoo! says the company will respond in a timely and corporate manner to the letter they received. nicole: former aig ceo hank greenberg with former fraud charges in new york. 91-year-old accused of manipulating accounting records in 2,002,001 to hide millions of dollars in losses from investors. greenberg testified at the supreme court that the program and the series was just a tiny part of the business and that he had no reason to attempt to hide those losses. the state wants to be an greenberg from in the securities industry. the state is also seeking $53 million. lauren: we are watching nike is one of the sox today. those shares falling within 2% in after hours. the company said revenue rose 8% from last year but also said
future sales growth, that's important, have slowed down. tumbling 25% in extended trading after the company lowered guidance for the year. sales in this current quarter were also weaker than good. sonic down 7% after-hours. the fourth-quarter earnings will come in lower than wall street did. a dire warning from donald trump about the market as the debate. >> we are in a bubble right now. the only thing that looks good is the stock market. if you raise interest rates even a little bit, that will come crashing down. nicole: asking gary b. smith what he thinks about not doubt. george w. bush once said you can't stand between a boy and his streams. entrepreneur elon musk is streaming big-time. we will explain that to you. let's check your stock market
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nicole: the middle of the week. at 15:00 a.m. )-right-paren new york has a skier caught up up on what's happening now. donald trump would have the clinton campaign and his things and following their face-to-face debate. the most-watched presidential debate over what 84 million viewers a two-day cleansing has two new hampshire and donald trump campaigns in iowa. the world meanwhile is mourning the loss of prime minister shimon peres and the nobel peace prize winner has died after suffering major stroke two weeks ago. the board of directors board of directors of us board of directors of wells fargo is forcing ceo john stump to
forfeit $41 million in pay while the bank investigates a growing sale scandal there. let's check out u.s. stock market futures. we just turn into negative territory after yesterday's gains. today back in the bad. seven points at the doubt. s&p futures down too. lauren, that is what is happening now. lauren: the mexican peso, the hot proxy that with the u.s. election could the peso jumped 2.5% in late trading yesterday. some investors said were driven by perceptions that hillary clinton did well in the debate monday night. amazon's newest ambition is competing with ups and fedex. amazon is building its own delivery operation of a bold challenge to shipping partners. the move could radically change the traditional relationship between seller and sender. the sales force enters the e-commerce.
the service aimed at helping customers set up online storefronts and in-store tablets and kiosks. we just told you socks are up yesterday for the first time in two days. teens in technology and consumer stocks and after the first presidential debate monday, the market may be signaling a want hillary clinton to be our next president. gary b. smith, also a fox news contributor. good morning. what do you make of the market's reaction to the debate on monday? >> you know, i have to say i keep questioning whether i was watching the same debate. the conventional wisdom is hillary won, market likes it, market. i am watching the debate to be honest and i think donald trump one. here is why. he definitely won the first 30, 40 minutes. unlike most people after you watch 30, 40 minutes commute keep it on but she kind of tuned out.
put to bed thinking trump on the debate. i wake up the next morning. i think that's good for the economy and good for america because it means we won't have the same thing we've had for the last eight years. that is what the market is voting for. now they've got more of this anemic growth, income is going down, homeownership going down. that's how the market is voting. nicole: when you listen to the debate, would resonate with you? multiple issues at home and abroad. but stuck with you pertaining to the markets of what americans should know? >> i'm glad you asked that question because what my take away was the greatest find that donald trump had as good as it might have been working on this for 30 years. that's a bit of hyperbole obviously. the fact is the point in the tape away as my gosh, with donald trump, like him, love him, loathe him, you do not get
the same old. what we've been doing for the last eight years hasn't been working and you guys have had a chance to correct that time and time again and me, donald trump is at least going to bring something different to the table. that is what america is yearning for. lauren: federal reserve president in addition to janet yelled me today testifying donald trump brought up something they've been questioning for a while. he said the stock market is in a bubble because the fed is being political in keeping interest rates low. your thoughts? >> let's take out the political part because we don't know. when we talk last week i thought they wouldn't raise rates because they were a little on the political side. even if they are not, there's only a couple things that can drive the stock market. it is earnings and interest rates. we've had six straight quarters of declining earnings in the
s&p. it's not earnings. it's not the economy. it has to be interest rates keeping the stock market at. are we in a bubble? maybe a little bit of an exaggeration. as the stock market at these bubbles primarily because of the fed? i believe it is. lauren: thank you for your time this morning. >> first of his elect their cars. then rocket ships, entrepreneur elon musk has a new poll. >> bar seemed possible. it is something we can do. >> would say the plan to save humanity and colonize mars in the next few years. back on earth, new york yankees keep the boston red sox are celebrating a division title. new york mets hammered the florida marlins and keep their hopes alive. you are watching "fbn:am," your
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hits. the national league wild-card race. canada cruises to the three-one big three in game one p8 canada now scores 50 consecutive wins on the internationals age since moving to the u.s. in 2010. and the best of three series is thursday night. lauren: donald trump and hillary clinton hitting the campaign trail after the debate. both candidates claiming that terry. >> almost every single poll had us winning that debate against "crooked hillary" clinton. the latest on the race for the white house that the board of directors caused by tens of millions of dollars from ceo john stumpf with the failed scandal. you are watching "fbn:am," your
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nicole: a day after the most-watched presidential debate on the campaign trail to battleground states. the latest on the race for the white house could good morning. i am straight and seven. lauren: i am lauren simonetti. mourning the loss of shimon peres and nobel peace prize winner has died after suffering a major stroke two weeks ago. nicole: in the market stocks gain ground up 133 points yesterday. check out today back in the red once again. dow futures have turned negative for the last hour. s&p futures down for.
>> u.s. futures respond to a shed. the stronger japanese currency hate stock prices picnicking japan on 1.3%. the shanghai composite down a third of 1%. trade to investors await news from an opec meeting. right now i see it up one third of 1% at 4484. >> the areas climbed back billions of dollars from ceo after the bank's false account scandal. >> senate lawmakers demand answers from marissa mayer about the hacking of 500 million accounts two years ago but only just came to light last week. lauren: is forthcoming the yankees keep the red sox are celebrating a division title and the mets hammered florida marlins to keep their hopes alive in the wild-card race. nicole: 5:31 a.m. in new york that we welcome you to "fbn:am,"
your first look at today's markets, the latest breaking news in what to expect today had. >> donald trump and hillary clinton campaigning major swing states following their first face-to-face debate. the most-watched presidential debate at north 84 million viewers. peter barnes has the latest from washington. >> the candidates tried to get some unintended day after the debate. no surprise on their postdebate comments. they played up their own performances and played down the others did both candidates traveling to key battleground states for the rest of this week that clinton spoke about her attention to detail at an event in north carolina yesterday. >> i do have this old-fashioned idea that if i'm asking for your vote i should tell you but i want to do. [cheers and applause] and i also got to combat the
excitement about what we can do together. >> trump campaign in florida where he held three events but before he had the ready talk to fox and friends. >> devices illegal immigration, law and order and maybe the thing i got up estes trade. trade and jobs. those are basically the three things we have to get out. i got them out early and strong and a lot of people think the poll numbers will go up because of that. >> clinton will be in new hampshire where she will appear at bernie sanders to talk about higher education and student debt. then she goes on to highlight in florida this week paid trump is to iowa as the wisconsin, new hampshire and new jersey. >> peter barnes, the next of a scheduled for sunday, october 9th in st. louis, missouri. the final debate in las vegas on wednesday, october the eighth. >> the fbi investigating possible attempts to hack cell phones used by democratic party
officials. tonight it happened as recently as the past month. investigators believe previous attacks are connected by hackers of the russian government. moscow has dismissed the allegation. democrats claim russia will increase the u.s. presidential election in favor of donald trump. nicole: former israeli prime minister and president shimon peres earned the nobel peace prize for his role in peace negotiations with the palestinians. >> he was one of the founding fathers in the state of and served our people before we even had a country of our own. he worked tirelessly for israel from the very first day of the state to the last day of his life. >> in a statement, president obama says perez has guided by a
vision of the human dignity and progress that he knew people of all goodwill could advance together. shimon peres is one of israel's most admired leaders at home and abroad. he was 93 years old. nicole: at the latest developments in the fatal police shooting of a black man, keith scott. keith scott's wife had a restraining order filed against him a year ago. she says he caught himself a killer and threatened to kill his family with a gun. scott has said her husband was not armed at the time of the police shooting and videos from both her and the police are inconclusive about whether he was holding anything in his hand. meanwhile, more protests in charlotte last night. residents calling for the resignation of mayor, the police chief as well as city lawmakers. nicole: another black man shot dead by police. cops say the unidentified man
was killed yesterday after he pulled an object from his pocket and pointed it in a shooting stance towards two officers and one of them opened fire. >> now is the time to allow the investigation to shed light on this event and we plan to be open and transparent within the rules of the law. now is the time for the community to work with us and provide us with any information that is relative to this event. nicole: police got a call from a woman saying she was the man's sister and he was acting strangely walking in and out of traffic before police announced the dead, dozens of protesters gathered with some claiming the men were shot. police disputed that it produced a frame from cellphone video taken by witness at the scene that appeared to show the man was in a shooting stance is two officers approached with guns drawn. lauren: the senate today
expected to override president obama speech of the bill allowing families of 9/11 victims to sue saudi arabia. critics of the measure now look at how it can be scaled back once it becomes law. nancy pelosi plans to override the president's veto. >> i think the family should have their day in court. there were concerns the president expressed are very legitimate. the families think that address many concerns of the legislation geared >> to vote in the house could come tomorrow. the bill would make the u.s. vulnerable to retaliatory lawsuits that could put american troops in legal jeopardy. trade to more fallout in the fallout in this data from wells fargo sales practices. john stumpf will forfeit and also will be paid by the scandal is investigated. $19 million will also be called back from retail banking executive whole stack. last week over the unauthorized opening of millions of accounts
and he is due to appear for house committee today. lauren: wells fargo scandal is expected to come out today when janet yellen testifies before lawmakers. she is expected to stay sharp connections over why the fed and other regulators didn't do more to stop the alleged misconduct at the bank. regulators find wells fargo $185 million for opening unauthorized accounts to meet their aggressive sales target. yellen may be questioned about the major changes to stress test, especially those for the bigger banks. a mixed bag. the only perez up a quarter of 1%. sina shanghai composite index shanghai composite index added 31% think the. the nikkei down 1.3%.
deutsche bank rebounded along with the other things. the ftse in london get a two thirds of 1%. cac gain in three quarters of 1% in the dx in germany up 1% this morning. >> the u.s. stock market futures watching energy moving back and forth. i perez and maybe the postdebate. the down arrow stars 16. s&p futures down three. lauren: oil prices higher by 22 cents. $44.89 a barrel. >> as far as oil, the story is that saudi arabia and iran may make some deals going forward. not right now. trade to marissa mayer to explain of the company did not disclose the breach fast enough. the lawmakers sent a letter calling the company's handling of the cyberattack unacceptable. yahoo! announced 500 million
accounts were hacked but the breach happened back in 2014. a yahoo! spokesman saying the company would respond in a timely and appropriate manner to the letter. lauren: former aig maurice -- the 91-year-old accused of manipulating aig's accounting record in 2,002,001 to hacked millions of dollars in losses from investors. greenberg testified in the state supreme court the troubled auto warranty program in the series is a tiny part of the business than he had no reason to attempt to hide the losses. the state wants to ban greenberg at 91 years old from working in the securities industry. the state is also seeking $53 million. nicole: nike is certainly one of the ventures are followed within 2%. nike is also a dow component. the company said its revenue rose 8% in the latest quarter from a year ago, but it also said future sales growth has
slowed. mattresses tumbling 25% in extended trading after the company lowered its 2016 guidance. the sales than the current quarter have been weaker than expected. sonic lost nearly 7% after hours at the restaurant operator said its fourth-quarter earnings will come in below expectations. >> coming up. what was up with hillary's shoulder shimmy at the debate last night and what about donald trump sniffles? >> perhaps we will talk about that later. companies are doing this the best ever added. lauren: a body language expert about what was going on. george w. bush once said you cannot stand between a boy and his streams. even on messages streaming big. we will have that story. checking in right now, dow futures down 16. s&p futures down three.
>> what are you caught up in what's happening now. donald trump and hillary clinton campaign in major swing states following their first face-to-face debate with the most-watched presidential debate in history with 84 million viewers tuning in. today hillary clinton as to new hampshire and donald trump campaigns in iowa, wisconsin and new hampshire. the world meanwhile his farm in the law said the israeli president and prime minister shimon peres. he has died after suffering a major stroke two years ago. the board of directors forcing ceo john sent to forfeit $31 million in pay while the
bank investigates a growing sale scandal. u.s. stock market futures ahead of the opening bell. s&p futures and three, nasdaq downside. nicole: going, thanks. a look at the headlines on today's edition of "the wall street journal." the mexican peso, the hot proxy that for the u.s. election. the pace jumped 2.5% in late trading yesterday. the second biggest daily gain this year. the gains were driven by perceptions that hillary clinton did well in monday night's debate. pulling back some this morning. amazon's newest ambition competing and building its own delivery operation in a bold challenge to the shipping partners. the journal system that could radically change the relationship between seller and sender. amazon had a lifetime high yesterday. salesforce enters the e-commerce phrase. helping customers set up online storefronts and in-store tablets and kiosks.
they say actions speak louder than words. hillary clinton is donald trump's expressions spoke volumes of the first presidential debate. around kennedy breaks down the candidates body language with body experts. >> what was your overall impression of donald trump? >> i thought he did really well, but there were times that he started to fall apart. >> waited to see that? was it something you saw on the screen before is was betrayed he was crumbling? >> you could see in his face and the how he was leaning over a lot more. he's starting to lose patience. which we expect from him. at the same time, hillary for the most part kept her composure. >> they did have their handshake. they came together. >> that's a really big deal. the moments when they are touching regard. but we are reading their bodies.
>> hiked its power to begin with. when they come together he's slouching toward anthony shakes are hinting on the shakes it, but passive. you're saying i'm the more powerful of the two. when they walked away, he did it on the first and the last. he was trying to get a gut feeling. although i have a feeling that the natural movement for her, but she also pivoted away, giving her frontal part to the audience. >> disgusting. a lot of people were caught up in the sniffing. >> perhaps we will be caught up with that later. they are the best ever added. >> smells like victory. >> when he does that he taken a deep breath and. >> was he nervous? >> they are both nervous. it's a big deal. that is his adapter.
he did some night, where he's touching the microphone. we just get rid of our excess energy. it's just something people need to do. hillary on the other hand didn't do that much. typically he's more powerful than not. >> she had this phony baloney smile on her face. but that affected and what does that say about her? >> she's so robotic mission needs to show more emotion. it's not a natural look for her, so when she does if he does say she's robotic and she is. she uses her smile to mass every emotion. for donald trump will gain in a something, hillary clinton will get annoyed. you see a flashing show smile. she looks so now the timer he looks authentic and genuine. >> it's an interesting reaction she has. whenever an crisis she seems to put this great big smile on her face instead of being reassuring us that much is inserting.
she also did a strange shimmy. >> donald had gone on this very long rant about her. it was almost like she's like well, not only did he give me an enormous amount of ammunition but it was her excitement after the big long rant. now i have a whole bunch of things against them. >> if you watch this debate with the sound down, who would you say one? >> hillary. >> this is no phony baloney smile. happy to be here. also offering a device for the next debate saying he needs to cover up his emotions. a good poker face. lauren: first-come iraqi shapes, now entrepreneur elon musk. [inaudible] mars seemed possible. it is something we can do in our
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the toronto blue jays beat the baltimore orioles taking a major step towards an american league wild-card spot. the blue jays moving two games ahead of the orioles for the first wild-card position. the new york mets hammer in the miami marlins 12-one with 19 hits. but that's keeping a narrow lead over the san francisco giants st. louis cardinals in the national league wild-card race. tree into a major deal clearing the final hurdle. shareholders have approved the company's takeover of its rival anheuser-busch. 95% of the 100 year deal about the 75% approval that was needed. >> the company together will produce a third of the world spirit. coming up with a handed over to "mornings with maria." first. first come i look at stock market futures are shaping up wednesday morning.
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passed away, shimon peres. peres, 93 year's old. hillary clinton and donald trump back on the campaign trail following presidential debate. >> she won that debate and people saw who was ready to be president, who knew more about the issues, who felt more strongly about it and who was in it for you instead of personal insults. she ran it on issues and i was tickled to death. you saw the people, the person that i know. >> the american people rendered their verdict, the post debate polls as i said to you, were great. maria: we are taking a closer