trailing two -- nicole: breaking news this morning for the chung campaign dating back in "new york times" report that presidential candidate could have legally avoided paying taxes are closer decades. the clinton campaign defending the common but bernie sanders supporters were millennial basement dollars peaked monday morning. i am sad seven. >> i admit gabriel and for transport. the nasdaq a big winner with a gain of nearly 10%. u.s. stock market futures ahead of the opening bell. dow futures up by nine. s&p taking back a quarter of 1%
and nasdaq futures up by almost one point. nicole: japanese tax filing wall street higher paid the nikkei gaining 1%. the shanghai composite closed in china hong kong having also again. lea: oil prices snapping into quarter win streak and checking the and checking the oil right now up by 35 cents. nicole: a monstrous turn to hit jamaica and haiti. hurricane matthew is a court occurring for storing with maximum sustained winds of 135 miles per hour. train to settlement talks between the deutsche bank and justice department continued no deal yet. replacing a $5.4 billion settlement deal with in the works will put the $14 billion originally seeking. nicole: a big day's worth of the baltimore or is baltimore or as claim an american might well take it. buffalo bills when the new england patriots and in both u.s. was the ryder cup for the first time since 2008.
we will have other highlights. lea: welcome to a new week. ipo 1:00 a.m. on monday, october october 3rd. would like to wish all of our jewish viewers a peaceful year. your first look at today's markets, latest breaking news and what to expect that they had. lea: the trunk campaign certainly come if and when. in the report the tax documents from 1995 show the presidential candidate had the ability to avoid paying taxes for close to two decades. trackback or rudy giuliani says the documents show trumped to be a genius. >> absolute genius. the man and the art of the deal, first about talking about 26 years ago. perfectly legal. get that straight immediately. he would've been a fool not to take advantage of it. trying to chris christie says
the documents are proved donald trump would know how to reform the tax code. >> what it shows a lesson that slipknot tax code is and that is like donald trump is the person best position to fix it. no one has showed more genius in a way to maneuver around the tax code of the rifle used velocity that. he stared he promised in his tax man to change many of the special-interest opposing get rid of them. lea: bernie sanders sandra proclaimed it as proof the system is raised. >> i think it's outrageous and speaks to one of the issue secretary clinton is talking about. we have massive income and wealth in it policy in this country today. which are getting richer and everyone else getting poorer. they were able to manipulate the tax system so they avoid paying federal income tax. lea: claire mccaskill took a
more personal note. >> if you look at the way donald trump has conduct business company crashes businesses into bankruptcy, leaving scores of businesses unpaid. people really hurting with the law what the law says since companies have suffered. but he walks away unscathed and it appears he walks away with the golden ticket that allows him to avoid taxes for decades. lea: lots of people talking about this. trump will speak at two rallies in colorado today. true to the clinton campaign is not free from controversy either. leaked audio mature clinton said bernie sanders workers are living in their parents basements. trump was quick to say clinton was smacking sanders backers. >> what she was saying there is absolutely correct in that this effect millions of young people, many of whom took out loans,
hoping to go out and get decent paying jobs and they are unable to do that. nicole: and in the two please send your supporters, clinton will take wells fargo to task in her speech today over its account scandal. lea: the trump international hotel in washington d.c. was vandalized this weekend. the unknowns suspect spray-painted black lives matter and no justice no peace on the side of the building. the hotel has since covered the graffiti with plywood. trump's newest hotel is put into the habit last month when he held a press conference or an attempt to disassociate himself from the controversial or their move in. new fox news poll shows hillary clinton added to her lead over donald trump after last week's presidential debate in a four-way race clinton now leads trump by three points which is a two-point gain from september. the late however is within the margin of error.
the primetime event will be held to use a confirmed though, virginia to marinate in the vice presidential candidates will square off in their debate. fox business live coverage tomorrow night. that will be anchored by neil cavuto, special coverage begins than kicks off at 7:00 p.m. lea: an update on the plane crash the plane crash in last week. investigators say a train that crashed in new jersey was not functioning on the day of the accident. >> our experts work with the experts from the manufacturers to access data from the recovered locomotive event recorder, which was built in 1995. unfortunately, the event recorder with malfunctioning during the strip. nicole: authorities say the shooter told the train of thought reading at 10 miles per hour as it approached the station. he also says he has no memory of the accident at the crash killed
one person and injured 100 others on thursday. it happened in hoboken in new jersey. lea: a monster hurricane heading for should make and haiti right now. hurricane matthew is a category four storm with maximum sustained winds of 145 miles per hour expected to pass close to haiti late today or early tomorrow. it could trigger devastating flood. officials in the country said there are about 1300 emergency shelters available. the storm appears to be on track to pasties to florida. forecasters say it's too soon to predict whether a protective united states coast. lea: a global market action overnight. a nation that thoughts the nikkei in japan up by a muslim. hang kang -- hang seng in hong kong higher by 1.3% and markets are closed in china this entire week for national holidays. nicole: in europe now, germany
closed for holiday. so that's not an appointed a good the london ftse gaining 1%. the cac about one 10th of 1%. richard baker is saddled with the department of justice. layoffs at deutsche bank, ing and, ing and last week let's were announced for commerce inc. lea: i've been manufacturing. data coming out later this morning. the stock market futures ahead of the opening bell. higher by, s&p unchanged at this point. that's down by one third of one point. let's check out what's going on this morning. but they are up 44 cents. right now opec cuts once again. the story changes every day. both of. u.s. stocks wrapped up their best quarter of the year with help from the banking and technology sectors to the data ended with a gain of 2.1%.
s&p 500 gain of a gain of 3.3%. mascots of the equator. so what does the final quarter of the light. let's bring in mike ingram, marquis strategist joining us on the telephone with your thoughts from where we go here. by this front and center? obviously a good quarter but the last couple months have been a little choppy. >> ecstatically. first of all leaf giving european banks first in the headline in january this year. we saw european markets effectively have a coronary. we saw some recovery from the mid-first quarter into the second quarter but many investors took that as an opportunity to get out of the market to get back into the u.s. we really see a resolution. lea: are you bullish or bearish or how to quantify your outlook collects events? >> the big picture i remain bearish.
a lot of unresolved issues. what is going on in the banking system over here is symptomatic of that. ultimately a lot of problems will have to be dealt with at politicians. as you have included mr. trump, politics is not a place in the u.s. and i can assure you it's not in a good place in europe either. my worry is we will have a policy vacuum and assorted panic attacks we've seen increasingly unlikely to recur. lea: is let's talk about politics for a minute here. you mentioned there might be some turbulence. in light of the election and historically there is an election years. we talked earlier this morning about "new york times" favorite work by justin walker who said essentially the market don't like a trump presidency, the thursday rally and last week's debate. >> that certainly seems to be the case, only for the fact
economically at these a donald trump presidency is an unknown quantity and markets do not like uncertainty. if the very least they will factor in a larger risk premium. of course we have the presidential election coming up. you know, here in europe, a life issue we know we need to trick or elections in france and germany which will also be very contentious. a lot of tripwire software politically and a lot of event risk which marker will have to deal with. nicole: marketing firm strategist at bbc partners. will elaborate on the market as well as earnings. lea: coming up, stocks to watch including tesla reporting its best sales quarter ever. we'll have that story and take a look ahead length in "the wall street journal" that quitting can show customers license plates under federal scrutiny.
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nicole: good morning to you. 515 and many are good that they are caught up. the trump campaign on the offensive over "new york times" report that shows the candidate may have been legally able to avoid taxes for years. rudy giuliani says it shows trump is a quote tax genius. the clinton campaign defended a lakeside videotape meantime with the democratic candidate calls bernie sanders supporters these mid-dwellers. a monster hurricane heading towards jamaica and haiti right now. hurricane matthew is a category four storm with maximum sustained winds of 145 miles per
hour. investors awaiting a key economic report. while that is due out on friday, comes at a crucial time for politics and monetary policy as well. economists forecast a gain of 165,000 new jobs. unemployment to remain unchanged at 1.9%. a great quarter for stocks. some volatility last month or so. u.s. stock market futures this morning just fractionally higher across the board. tough issues of 10, s&p futures on only one point. that is what is happening now. lea: all right, nicole. today's edition of "the wall street journal" merit. colombian voters reject deal with rebels between the government and a marxist group that would've ended 52 years of conflict to an outcome that press the country into uncertainty.
opec oil cut is not likely to alter or imbalance. analysts say a proposed cut is a big enough for what happened quickly enough to address a global supply glut. gun show customers license plates under scrutiny. e-mail show agents have persuaded police officers to scan license is to gather information about an show customers raising questions about how officials monitor constitutionally protected committee. let's check some stocks to watch. shares of tesla electric carmaker reported third order sales more than doubled from a year ago posting the best sales quarter ever. the news comes as tesla prepares to raise tax to begin production of the model three sedan aimed at the mass market. shares of the other u.s. automakers six to two record september vehicle sales elaborate than a year ago. forecasters predict americans thought 1.4 million vehicles in september, roughly 2% decline a year ago. sales are on track with last
year's record or he can pay million sales. keep an eye on shares of google parent alphabet. on tuesday through collects rectitude finally unveiled in search amazon .co home device alongside news comes in tablets. the google home device which looks like an air freshener is expected to go on sale this month. nicole: coming up, we talk sports. a big day as baltimore orioles came to claim the american league wild-card ticket. buffalo bills with new england patriots. the first shutout since the year 1993. in golf, the u.s. was the ryder cup for the very first time since 2008. we would have all the highlights for you. and at the box office. >> we live in places like this to keep us safe.
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lea: joy to read something apart and give it to each of your kids. the popular adult novel, the home for a picture of children took the number one spot at the box office this weekend. 20 century fox film cost 110 million to make it came in number 128.5 million. deepwater harasses starring mark walberg also costs 110 million to make only manage 20.6 million in this debut. the magnificent seven comes in third with 15.7 million followed it starts with a little under 14 million. soul events at the top five with a .4 million. nicole: my son saw this in his 12. the beginning was a little scary so you know. kim carr -- he had last was held at gunpoint in her paris hotel room by five armed men dressed as police officers last night. the reality stars representative stated that kim kardashian was
badly shaken by physically unharmed. the robbers managed to make off with over $10 million worth of jewelry. and left her tied up in the apartment bathroom before fleeing the scene. kanye was performing and abruptly ended his show and told the crowd of his due to a family emergency. he's been in paris for fashion week and attended the launch you show last night. the star was ambushed last week a fan who attempted to assault her issue is entering the restaurant. nicole: -- lea: baltimore orioles with the wild-card ticket. the orioles beat the new york yankees five-to peer baltimore is in the playoffs for the third time in five years. the toronto blue jays beating the boston red sox due to want to earn the right host the web card game. blue jays will face the orioles in the wild-card game on tuesday
night. meanwhile, san francisco giants known for the second national league wild-card after they created the dodgers. they will take new york on wednesday. and for all the buffalo bills speedy new england patriots 16 did nothing. buffalo had been doing good at shutout since 1993. this concludes the patriots were game run without tom brady serving a suspension for his role in deflate. in golf, the u.s. but in the ryder cup for the first time since 2008. the structure and in single led to a victory of year. american winners include weimar, justin johnson and zach johnson. nicole: we like that. looking here at u.s. stock market futures after a great quarter, the best quarter of the
year that the financials and technology. this morning to start today. i futures at 16, s&p futures up on time up on time and asset features that do. truth rechecking key commodities. oil trading at $48.72 a barrel. gold up by $1.50 at $13.18 a troy ounce. nicole: on the campaign trail, hillary clinton drawing fire about these comments about bernie sanders voters. donald trump supporters report they could have legally avoided paying taxes. >> absolute genius. the man and the identity of first all talking about 26 years ago, perfectly legal. let's get that straight. perfectly legal application of the tax code and he would've been a fool not to take advantage of it. lea: we continue to keep an eye on shares of deutsche bank. the settlement of the u.s. government over mortgage security could come our way. the initial figure is $14 billion now looking more like $5.5 billion. we will keep an eye on that.
nicole: breaking news this morning, the trump campaign beating back a new york times report that shows presidential candidate could have legally avoided paying taxes for close to two decades meanwhile the clinton campaign defending leaked comments that bernie sanders' supporters were dwellers. >> u.s. stocks, dow posting a gain and nasdaq gain of nearly 10% and checking u.s. stock market futures ahead of opening bell. all green. s&p by 1, nasdaq by 2. nicole: japanese stock and
nikkei gaining nearly 1%. >> oil prices edging slightly lower. checking oil right now. up by 46. nicole: monster storm expected to hit jamaica and haiti. 145 miles per hour. >> settlement talks between deutsche bank and u.s. justice department to continue yet. well below $14 billion that justice was seeking. nicole: baltimore orioles claim american league while buffalo bills slam new england patriots. in golf the u.s. wins cup since 2008. >> it is 5:31 a.m. in new york. welcome to monday october 3rd, we are wishing jewish viewers a
peaceful year. nicole: indeed, happy new year. tackling a new york times report head on. in this report that leaked tax documents from 1995 belonging to donald trump showed presidential candidate had the ability to pay taxes for close oh to two decades, trump backer juliany says documents show trump to be a again use. >> absoluteenius. the man -- first of all, talking about 26 years ago. he would have been a fool not to take advantage of it. nicole: donald trump would know how to reform the tax code. >> what it shows what an
absolute mess the tax code is and donald trump is in the best position to fix it. there's no one that showed more genius in the way to man over around the tax code and rightfully used laws to do that and promised to change many of the special interest-loopholes and get rid of. >> bernie sanders slammed the report that it was proof that the system is rigged. >> i think it's outrageous and speaks to one of the issues that secretary is talking about, i have talked about. we have massive income and wealth inequality in this country today. richer getting richer and billionaires like donald trump are able to manipulate the tax system to that they avoid paying federal income tax. >> meantime fellow surrogate took a more personal tone.
>> he crashes businesses into bankruptcy, people really hurting with the loss that his company's have suffered. he walks away with a golden ticket which allows him to avoid taxes for fe -- decades. nicole: they are responding to leaked audio in which bernie sanders' supporters were living in basement. sanders saying clinton was saying. >> what she's saying there is absolutely correct. many took out loans, hoping to go out getting decent-paying jobs and you know what, they are unable to do that.
nicole: clinton will reportedly take wells fargo at task in a speech today over fake account scandal. >> three weeks after grand opening trump international in washington, d.c. vandalized this weekend. the unknown suspects spray painted black lives matter and no justice no peace on the side of the building. the hotel covered with plywood. bring more attention to it, really. nicole: new fox news poll that hillary clinton padded her lead in a four-way race clinton leads trump by 3 points. 2-point gain from mid september, that lead, however, is within the polls margin of error. that will be tomorrow in farmville virginia when the vice presidential candidates square off in debate.
fox business, of course, will be covering tomorrow night's action live and feature post debate analysis by niel cavuto, special coverage kicks off tomorrow 7:00 p.m. eastern time. >> data recorder from a train that crashed was not functioning on the day of the accident. >> our recorder experts worked from the manufacturers to access data from the recovered locko motive, which was built 1995, unfortunately the event recorder was not functioning during this trip. >> authorities say engineer told he was going 10 miles per hour before the accident. it happened on thursday in hoboken in new jersey. nicole: monster hurricane head to go jamaica and haiti.
category matthew with max much sustained winds of 145 miles per hour. it's expected to pass very lose to haiti today or early tomorrow, could trigger devastating floods in parts of haiti. officials in that country, there are about 1300 available, the storm appears to be on track to pass florida but too close to predict if it would be united states coast. >> here is a look at stock, markets in china are closed for national holiday this week. hang seng and hong kong up 1.23%. nicole: by the way in asia, they are worried about rising debt and leverage that has been rising and fails to slow. asia story in europe as we look at the loaned -- london ftse and this as theresa may is vowing
and that maybe march 17. that could be moving markets as well. one-third of 1% in france gains. >> this week in the u.s., job report on friday. dow futures up by 21, s&p by almost 2, nasdaq by 4. nicole: oil up two months in a row. right now looking at 48.76. >> u.s. stocks wrapped up the best quarter of the year. the quarter for the dow gain over 2%. s&p gain with 3% and the nasdaq was the big winner almost 10% for this quarter. when we talk about the final quarter, we spoke to mike in the last half hour, she was it was barish going forward and expressed skepticism on donald
trump. mike, my first question to you, "the new york times" alluded to the fact that the markets might sell off in a big way if trump were to take office, do you think there's some sort of bias or uncertain any the knee-jerk reaction and things will get better if he does a good job? >> markets deeply uneasy on lack of clarity on what donald trump's presidential policies, economic policies might be. realistically constrained by a split congress. in terms, you know, the very strong performance in u.s. market that is you mentioned, nasdaq, you also have to bare in mind where investors are positioned because a lot of them gave on japan, europe, there's no growth and they invested in expensive growth. that's why you seeing nasdaq at
all-time high and i think what you need to see was -- i think markets are more sensitive to bad news in the u.s. than europe. most investors are overweight and maybe a donald trump presidency would be a trigger for them saying, hey, we are not comfortable, we run them over the first nine months, they did very well but now time to cut off the table and back to europe. as mentioned earlier, europe has its own problems. >> since we are in debate season right now, new york times who wrote about donald trump and less than great performance of the debate as judged by most americans and how that impacted a rally in the markets, do you really think that type of assessment can be made in the midst of the debate? >> i'm reading through that article. seems to be a bit of a big ask
to extrapolate. shift to implied probability of a trump victory. there's very little doubt that if we see a doubt presidency, we would see a negative market reaction. on the flip side, a rebound in terms of a clinton victory, i think you have some broader economic problems out there which is one -- nicole: what about earnings, i get your point. markets go down if trump gets elected. what about earnings overall? quickly. >> the problem is markets discount forward for the long-term and i think the risk premium inherent in trump presidency would override. i think it would be very short-lived, indeed. nicole: market strategist, thank you very much.
>> coming up, we will take a look at some stocks to watch including tesla, best sales quarter ever, we will have that story. we will take a look at the wall street journal. checking u.s. stock market futures up arrows on the board, dow futures up by 20, s&p taking backs and a half, nasdaq up by 4. you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news. stay with us. guess what guys, i switched to sprint.
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>> welcome back, 5:45 a.m. right here in new york. trump campaign on offensive or new york times report that show the republican candidate may have been able to legally avoid tax for years. giuliani says it shows trump a genius. a monster hurricane head toward jamaica and haiti right now. category 4 storm with maximum winds of 145 miles per hour. expected to pass very close to haiti early today or early tomorrow.
investors are waiting economic report. job's data due on friday. economists are forecasting a gain of 165,000 new jobs, unement employment rate expect today remain unchanged at 4.9%. checking u.s. stock market futures ahead of opening bell, all green on the board, dow futures up 19, s&p by one and a half, nasdaq up by 3. that's what's happening now, nicole. nicole: this week is job's friday. watch for that. here is a look at the headlines from today's edition of the wall street voter. colombian deal with rebels, would have ended 52 years of conflict. proposed in oil production isn't big enough nor quickly enough to
avoid oversupply glut. gun show customers license plate under scrutiny. scan license plates to gather information about gun show customers raising questions how officials monitor constitutionally protected activity. let's get stocks to watch from you. what should you be keeping your eye on, how about tesla? third-quarter sales more than doubled posing best sales quarter ever. tesla prepares to raise cash needed to raise production which is aimed at the mass market. watch shares of auto makers, september vehicle sales that were slightly lower than a year ago. here is a look at ford with 1207. 1.4million vehicles in september, roughly 2% decline from a year ago. for the year, however, sales are on track with last year's record pace of 17 million sales.
moving onto google parent, alphabet. finally ready to unveil, smartphones and tablets, the google home device which looks like an air freshener is preponderated to go on sales later this month. no deal yet according to wall street journal. while the talks are progressing they have no deal that has reached levels of senior management at this point. deutsche bank shares rallied on friday in a report that the bank and the justice department were close to a 5.4 billion settlement which is well below 14 billion that the justice department was seeking. nicole: in football the bills
with shutout since 1993. we are going to have the highlights from the ridder cup. and in the box office. >> because our ability of outside world to life in places like this to keep us safe. nicole: peculiar children wins, let's check out u.s. stock market futures, dow futures up 16, nasdaq futures up 2 after the best quarter of the year for stocks. you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news.
>> right on time. >> delighted to meet you. >> he's invisible. >> a gene carried down from your family. nicole: popular young adult's novel, peculiar children took the number one spot at the box office. cost about $110 million to make but still came in number one with 28 and a half million. lions gate mark wahlberg,
managed 20.6 in debut. storks under 14 million and sulley with 8.4 million. >> kim card -- kardashian was held at gunpoint. badly shaken but physically unharmed, the robbers did make out with $10 million worth of jewelry and left her tied up before fleeing the scene. kanye west after discovering news abruptly ending telling audience it was an emergency. the star was ambushed last week by a fan who attempt today assault her as trying to enter restaurant.
nicole: orioles beat new york yankees 5-2. baltimore is in the playoffs for the first time in five years. toronto blue jays beating boston red sox to to earn right to host wild card game. meanwhile san francisco giants and st. louis cardinals, after they completed the 3-game sweep of the la dodgers, giants will take on mets, new york wednesday, huge night for the mets, good luck. in football, buffalo bills beating new england patriots 16-0. first home shutout loss since 1994, this continues four-game run without tom brady which is serving suspension for role in deflate game.
a 17 to 11 victory over europe. morris, johnson and zach. >> let's get you caught up on global market action overnight. u.s. stock market futures dow futures higher by 15, s&p taking 1, nasdaq futures by 2 and a half. nicole: checking on oil this morning, things are looking pretty good here. oil up over 1% at 48.79 a barrel. 13.20 troy ounce. >> coming back we will hand it over to mornings with maria. stay with us, guys
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♪and i will always love you ♪i will always love you, i ♪i will always, i will always ♪love you >> thanks for joining us on fbn:am, first monday on october. nicole: thanks for lea gabriel. we are going to turn it right over to mornings with maria. good morning to you maria bartiromo. maria: hey, there's ladies, happy monday, everybody, good morning, i'm maria bartiromo. it is monday october 3rd, here are your top stories 6:00 a.m. on the east coast. over a month to go.
donald trump and supporters responding to fallout over his tax records. >> this is a guy who went out of business in the early 1990's, he fought and clawed back to build another fortune, tens of thousands of more jobs an this is actually a very, very good story for donald trump. >> this is exactly why so many millions of americans are frustrated, they're angry and disgusted as what they see is a corrupt political system in this country. maria: hillary clinton canceling a campaign event with bernie sanders after attacking his supporters. and it's being called one of the most powerful in history, hurricane matthew barrels towards jamaica, cuba and haiti. kim kardashian robbing at gunpoint in paris, her husband ending concert of the news. we have details of the heist