treated in a new poll shows hillary clinton leading donald trump by nine points but gaining ground after sunday's deployed. john continues to express frustration for the lack of support from gop leaders. nicole: good morning. i am nicole petallides. disappointing profits that they profits that the dow down 200-point speeeight today the focus is to the focus moves to the minutes from the federal reserve's last policy meeting when they held off. s&p futures down to good japan's
nikkei falling 1%. crude oil prices dropping a present yesterday. fifty dollars a barrel mark. questions about russia will cut back 1597 a barrel of 20 cents. >> amazon expands new convenience stores in sony on virtual reality. in sports the chicago cubs rallied chicago cubs rallied the ninth inning to disseminate the san francisco giants. cubs will play the winner of the washington national and l.a. dodgers. all the highlights. 501 in new york. when day, a cobra 12. welcome to "fbn:am" come your first look at today's packets from the latest breaking news in what to expect the day ahead. nicole: a new poll leading donald trump by nine points after sunday's debate. "the wall street journal" says
clinton gets 46% support while trent has 37%. kerry johnson gets a percent you're just trying to%. the numbers indicate trump gave support after that debate. these trails clinton by 11 points before the debate following the release of it to death by an audiotape of remarks about women. 89% of republicans said in postdebate polling that they would vote for trump against clinton. that is up from 74% before the debate. tree into -- lauren: the republican presidential candidate with gop leaders including paul ryan distanced themselves after the release of the 2005 tape. trump is talking about it on "the o'reilly factor" last night he >> we don't get support from their site o'brien. i don't want to support. this happens all the time.
it's not a terrible thing. i don't want to support. i don't care about his support. i want to win for the people. lauren: mike pence also weighing in on the issue. >> i met the media likes to focus on a handful of republicans who have chosen a different course. but we've really been overwhelmed to see leaders and rank-and-file republicans in frame rate many democrats responding to donald trump's message that we can make america great again. nicole: donald trump prepares for the debate next week. make sure to tune in to fox business. special coverage october night in it illustrates the 6:00 p.m. eastern with maria bartiromo followed by lou dobbs at 7:00 in neil cavuto in neil cavuto in neil cavuto for me to call cultivated mid-may. nicole: october night team. wikileaks dumping additional revealing john podesta appeared
like berman has the details from washington. >> more than a thousand e-mails sent from wikileaks focusing on john podesta appeared here's a couple items that caught our eye. may 2015, month to a book written in a story. campaign spokesman brian fallon e-mails is that he's been given a headset with the department of justice about a filing for a proposed production schedule for clinton e-mails to be released. the republican national committee sent out a statement saying instead of facing his or her actions like others have permissions and protect it at every turn by the obama administration so she can continue to do policy for the last eight years. her statement targeted trump. donald trump has once again cheered on russian hacking after you willfully misrepresented the
debate that hacking may not be happening. the wikileaks really shows coziness between the clinton campaign and individuals within a media outlet including the new york times commits cnbc communication and cnn. donna priscilla cnn and the interim committee chair shown to e-mail the clinton staff ahead of a debate a question that she says she saw before here and writing here is one that worries me about hrc. so has since released a statement denying any wrong doing writing a never had access to questions i would never have shared them if i did. back to you in new york. podesta is accusing a trump adviser accusing a triumph advisor receiving advance warning about wikileaks plans to publish those e-mails. podesta claims roger stone has been in touch with wikileaks foundered julienne assange.
lauren: he won the popular vote in the presidential election but lost the presidency after a lengthy recount. he reminded clinton supporters have been narrow defeat. >> your vote really, really count. you can consider me as an exhibit area that grew. elections have consequences. your vote counts. your vote has consequences. clinton and gore focused on the critical climate change. true to the network suspended bush for his head. spirit donald trump making inappropriate remarks about women. the two sides are said to be negotiating a separation agreement. bush has since apologized for comments he made a decade ago.
he started laughing and making the remarks on the tape. lauren: the fbi now investigating a fiery plane crash in connecticut after the crash was not an accident. two people on board when the twin engine plane crashed into a busy road near a factory, a global manufacturer jet engines. the chaotic scene was like something out of a movie. >> all i saw was a crash is like an atom bomb went off and it just kept going up. i heard people screaming. >> smoke is so ominous that the passenger died and two others in a minivan nearby were treated for minor and histories. -- injuries. nicole: the death toll link to hurricane matthew has risen to 18 in north carolina is the danger of flooding continues in that state. >> this is terribl news and
they resent we tell you this is not only do they care for families and loved ones who were grieving, but we also want to let this be known so we prevent any future deaths as the waters rise, the tar river administrator. train to hurricane matthew cost about $10 billion in damage in the united states after eric or destroyed more than 1 million structures. force businesses from florida to north carolina but thousands of people temporarily out of work. lauren: will start in a shed. stocks mostly lower. the shanghai..2%. the nikkei down 1.1%. the hang seng in hong kong downplayed 6%. the kospi and south korea came in a 10th of 1%. samsung shares tried to have a better performance today but for the week they are tracking their biggest weekly decline in four years overnight fashion that third-quarter profit estimate by
a third. nicole: barracks in not doing particularly well either. up 15% on weak sales and earnings. london a down half a percent. cac demonstrates one 10th of 1% of the german dax down fractionally. lauren: u.s. stock market futures down 200 yesterday. 17 points to the downside. s&p futures down to. nasdaq seven points. trade to today's all about the fed minutes. what was the fed take it in the last meeting about what they do in november and december. oil up 16 cents. hold up to 10 at 1250 and the tryouts. lauren: more fallout after the con a vintage production of the galaxy now seven smartphone. slashed its guidance for a third order operating profit from $7 billion to 4.6 m. jeff flock has the latest on samsung's plan and how the recall could impact the
smartphone industry as a whole. reporter: lauren in the cold. from the at&t store in chicago, the stories people opening their galaxy now seventh in for a very full refund and a store credit for a gift card at $25 or they will be able to turn a dead for a lesser samsung phone and the difference in price. your phone doesn't even have to be burned up to bring them back in. they ask that they all come back in right now. obviously a big hit for sandstone. they thought that no sentence were going to sell as many as 19 million unit. that would have been $17 billion in revenue that would be lost to samsung now. of course that of course that has caused this out to take a huge hit over the course of the last week. the stock had been doing well largely on the strength of the phone because it was expected to be such a big seller and
competitor to the apple iphone seven and that three months since they introduced this phone. the stock had been tremendously well but now not so much. who else does it benefit? who else might she get a phone from if you want something comparable because the phone was so highly rated? what about grupo century. the google pixel phone. the parent of google of course his alphabet. this out doing pretty well as well as the new pixel phone about to come out of the next week or 10 days or so. some people may hold off and wait for that in terms of a new phone. other people make a right to apple or something else. clearly a big hit for the folks at sandstone. lauren, nicole to you. trade to coming up, a keen eye on the markets for you. what matters more to the public
opinion. the debate itself or the media coverage after the debate? >> we want to be serious about what we are doing. it's hard to look away from the shiny object. nicole: let's check in on u.s. stock market futures. s&p futures down to. nasdaq futures donate. you are watching "fbn:am." we will see you right after the break right here.
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lauren: 5:15 on the dot. donald trump making slight gains in the polls after a strong performance at the debate sunday night. the latest "wall street journal" poll shows trump trailing hillary clinton by nine-point. that is down from the 11% lead that she had after the release of a tape of trump making controversial comments about women. 89% of republicans said after the debate that they would vote for donald trump. meanwhile, trump continues to lash out at members of his own party on "the o'reilly factor" last night. he was tired of not getting
support from gop leaders. he made specific reference to house speaker paul ryan who said he would no longer defend her campaign for trump. trump told o'reilly she no longer wants find support and a designated to win. leaked e-mails from hillary clinton's campaign manager john podesta appeared the latest that shows the clinton campaign aide within contact with the justice department about the release of state department e-mails. trump officials say e-mails proved there was collusion in the doj's investigation of hillary clinton. let's check in if they were stock market futures are headed. how do you follow a major selloff of 200 points? the fed minutes later today. s&p down to it. nasdaq has made in the premarket ahead of all of that. nicole: here's a look at headlines. the state's edition of "the wall street journal." the white house has proportional response for russian had.
the obama administration has bad administration has vowed to help russia with a proportional response after u.s. intelligence officials concluded moscow hacked into the democratic national committee e-mail. amazon expands grocery line was in convenience stores. amazon.com is pushing deeper into the business that plans for convenience stores, curbside pickup to compete more directly with wal-mart and other grocery discounters. new stores target many people would've preferred a break of groceries the way home from work. sony turns to virtual reality to feel comeback after years of a breakthrough product, sony has high hopes for his $399 playstation virtual reality which it store shelves on day and time for the holidays all around the globe. if you watch sunday night's presidential debate, it may have influenced your vote. the media coverage after may have a stronger impact and how
you vote for the candidate. when luncheon assets and details. >> you watch a debate. you have an opinion and then you listen to how whatever else is saying, how they phrase it differently, maybe charles krauthammer. suddenly your opinion changes. that's why many say postdebate coverage is more important than the debate itself be the top five moments replayed the immediate fast-track the internet archives. trump apologizes for remarks on women. he says bill clinton was worse. we are cause for special prosecutor and hillary and trump's treatment of women in trump on hers. >> not everybody is time to watch a full 90 minute debate. people will turn on the morning news and see what their favorite newscaster said about some in the novel does it take away. >> trump ousinchinese steel, hillary's wall street money. the supreme court: apa.
here are five clips of them once or twice. the candidate's number complementing each other. quite trump criticizes obamacare and hillary hating trump on minorities, syria and trump criticizing hillary speeches. >> probably have as human beings as we want substance. we want important decisions and be serious about what we are doing. it's hard to look away from the shiny object. reporter: does it matter? it does. your table is heavily influenced by what we talk about. lauren nicole, consider this one study of the kerry bush debates and elsewhere. one focus group that watched the debate had an entirely different conclusion than the focus group that watched the debate and the postdebate coverage. back to you. nicole: very interesting. thank you. one person who won't be voting for hillary clinton is former home depot founder ken lay going. america is ready for an outsider for steve president.
he tells deirdre bolton that's why bernie sanders and donald trump just resonate with voters. >> what we need right now i think its realization of what bernie sanders and donald trump represents. the anger and disgust of the american people with their government. their government. look at the deficit and conditions of service. public education. lauren: voters simply are fed up. nicole: in sports, chicago cubs rally in the ninth inning to eliminate the san francisco giants. the winner in the washington nationals and l.a. dodgers come in the all tied up. the highlights for you. is tim tivos baseball debut was not dramatic enough but we will tell you how he helped a sanders suffered a seizure. the dramatic story coming up. today is the day we get the in there. we have three her.
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nicole: welcome back. data is that the world of sports. amazing ninth rally. the national league championship series looks like the ghost of a path for hunter and the cubs once again as the san francisco giants were within three outs of a bit jury. rbi single capped the combat to avoid a do or die game back in wrigley field.
the cubs are now one step away from the world series. you know they have not won a series since 19 away. because the plate either the l.a. dodgers or washington nationals at the dodgers avoided elimination in the division series by beating them at 6-5. they carry the dodgers to victory with a two-out rbi single in the eighth. the deciding game will be played on thursday in washington. colin has been in the spotlight for a few centers and for the national anthem in the protest for this police shooting. the team is not off to a very good start. they wanted for a start. lauren: here's some good news. you can count on tim tivos to make things interesting. the former football players making this for coming to the aid of a fan after a game in
arizona. tivo signing autographs on a thin suffered a seizure and collapsed. he leaned over to place his hands on the man. he pleaded with them for 15 minutes until paramedics arrived. the scene prompting a reporter in that area to tweet out the tivo performed a miracle. nicole: nice come i like it. i hope he's okay. a new poll shows hillary clinton leading donald trump by nine points as the republican candidate lashes out at members of the party. >> is the cause now when this happens all the time. if you sneeze because the announcers. i don't want to support. i don't care about his support. nicole: the battle between samsung and apple is heading to the highest court in the land. we'll have that story for you. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪
>> a new poll shows hillary clinton leading donald trump by nine points but trump actually gained some ground after sunday's debate. drum continues to express frustration to the lack of support from the gop leaders. good morning. i'm nicole petallides. lauren: the stock took a nosedive if the dow fell 200 points. today the focus news two minutes from the federal reserve policy meeting when they held us in raising interest rates. thus he has stock market futures are shaping up ahead of the opening bell. dow surges of 15, s&p down one.
>> to japan's nikkei index fell 1% in china. the shanghai composite index down one quarter of 1%. >> crude oil prices dropped in% yesterday. right now $51.6 since the beginning of half of 1%. sony bets its future of virtual reality. we have all the stories for you. >> chicago cubs rally to eliminate the san francisco giants. cubs will play the winner of the washington nationals and l.a. dodgers. we will have the highlights. nicole: 5:31 a.m. here in your ignorance day, at over four of a move welcomed into "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. lauren: is a new poll finding hillary clinton leading donald trump by nine points after the debate on sunday? "the wall street journal" nbc news poll says clinton gets 46% support, trump 37%.
gary johnson is a percent, chose signed 2%. numbers indicate trump gained support after the debate. following the disclosure of the 2005 audio tape of his remarks about women. 89% of republicans said in postdebate polling day would go for trump if there were a head-to-head matchup against clinton up from 74% before the debate. nicole: meanwhile, nominee expressing frustration at gop leaders in sudan paul ryan distanced themselves from donald trump at the release of the 2005 audio tape. trump was on the o'reilly last night. >> i think we should give support of adobe support from guys like paul ryan. i don't really want the support. if you cause now. this happens all the time. if you sneeze because of the announcers is this a terrible thing. i don't want to support.
i don't care about his support. i want to win for the people. nicole: his running mate would like pence also weighed in on this issue. >> i know the media likes to focus on a handful of republicans who have chosen a different course. we've really been overwhelmed to see leaders and rank-and-file republicans and many independent and frankly up at rallies in iowa today, many democrats responding to donald trump's message that we can make america great again. trade to donald trump prepares for the final presidential debate next week. please make sure to tune into fox business. special covera o october 9th teams. it will start at 6:00 p.m. eastern time with maria bartiromo followed by lou dobbs at 7:00 p.m., neil cavuto from 8:00 p.m. to midnight. lauren: wikileaks dumping e-mails and john podesta appeared like irvine has details
from washington. >> more than a thousand e-mails in the third document focusing on john podesta appeared at clinton's campaign chairman. a couple items caught our eye. may 2015, month two of the clinton e-mail story. campaign spokesman brian fallon e-mails aids that is then given a heads up when someone within the department of justice about a filing for a proposed production schedule for clinton's e-mails to be released. the national committee sent out a statement saying instead of facing consequences for actions like others have, she has been protected at every turn by the obama administration so she can continue the failed policies of the last eight years. i asked the clinton campaign for a response. this statement targeted traffic. donald trump has once again cheered on russian hacking after he willfully misrepresented at the debate that hacking may not be happening.
the wikileaks for lucius coziness between the clinton campaign and individuals have been so maybe i'll do including the new york times, cnbc can the univision and cnn. donna brazil as cnn and the interim democratic national chair is shown to have e-mailed clinton's staff ahead of a cnn debate a question that she says she saw before and come of writing here is one that worries me about hrc. brazil has released a statement denying any wrongdoing writing i never had access to questions and would never have shared them with the candidate that i did. back to you in new york. lauren: podesta kucinich of the kucinich of the visor up an advance warning about plans to publish e-mails. podesta claims roger stone has been in touch with the wikileaks founder, julianne assange. nicole: former vice president al gore has been campaigning in florida. he won the popular vote in the
year 2000 but lost the presidency after a lengthy recount. he reminded clinton's supporters of his narrow defeat. >> your vote really, really, really count a lot. you can consider me as exhibit any of that truth. elections have consequences. your vote counts. your vote has consequences. nicole: clinton and gore focused on the vice president signature issue of climate change in yesterday's rally. lauren: it can be seen billy bush to part ways permanently. the network suspended bush for his appearance in the 10th of donald making inappropriate remarks about women get the two sides had to be negotiating a separation agreement. bush has apologized for comments. he was laughing and also making remarks about women.
trade to the fbi investigated a fiery plane crash in connecticut after the pilot said the crash was not the next day. two people were on board and a twin engine plane crashed onto a busy road near pratt & whitney factor is a global manufacturer jetted chin. witnesses say the chaotic scene with some right out of a movie. >> all i saw was a crash in an atom bomb went off and it just had a lineup. i heard people screaming. trade to the passenger on board died due to others in a minivan nearby were treated with minor injuries. transfer the debts totaling two hurricane matthew has risen to 18 in north carolina a blog is the danger of massive funding continues in that state. >> this is terrible news and the reason we are telling you this is not only that we care for families and loved ones
grieving, but we also want to let this be known so we prevent any future dad says the waters rise especially the tar river. lauren: an estimate shows hurricane matthew shows $10 million of damage in the country after it impaired or destroyed a million structures and forced diseases from florida to north carolina to close down and put thousands of people temporarily out of work. nicole: let's get caught up on the global market action overnight. the korea cost between 110 of 1%. across the board shanghai composite index a quarter 1% of the nikkei down 1% in japan. hong kong hang seng down a half of 1%. samsung down as they cut their output and ericsson down about 15% this morning. lauren: samsung's phones are equivalent to 2% of south korea's exports it just puts it in. european stocks also lower this morning at the ftse in london done 27 points.
dax and germany done 13. nicole: looking at stock market futures we drop 200 yesterday. an indication as to when the fed may raise rates than 17% likelihood of november and december 6716 according to the fed fund futures. dow futures on 21, smp features down to. trade the oil $51 a barrel in trying to stay there. $50.99. go to $12 -- nicole: the company/unit guidance for a third order operating profit from $7 billion to 4.6 billion after it ended production of its galaxy notes that then. now since i'm aces off of apple at the supreme court over the iphone design. peter barnes has the details. >> this is the case trying to apply a patent law to new technology, specifically the
iphone. in 2011 apple sues ensign claiming infringement on features of the iphone. the frame, the surface and the design of the screen, the red with the icons. when it came for apple to ask the court to levy damages, and asks for strict interpretation of the pat law which raised that the damages should be wrote the total profits on the article of manufacture. the court interpreted the article of manufacture is the entire smartphone itself and ended up awarding apple about a half a billion dollars. samsung appealed the case, lost on appeal and took it all the way to the supreme court where it is asking the justices for a different interpretation of the law. to say the article of manufacture is not the entire phone itself, but just a feature
that has the unique patent on it. in fact, there is no one patent for the iphone. it is actually built from a lot of components called individually patented and the justices seemed to struggle a little bit because they say how do we figure out the total profit on a component of an iphone. apple afraid these high damages are in place for a reason to deter pat infringement. in any event a jury should determine what the article of manufacture raised and how much the profit is much the profit is and damages should be. the court expected to rule on this case by june. back to you in new york. lauren: thanks, peter. what matters more to the public opinion. media coverage after the debate? >> we want to make important decisions and be serious about overdoing. it's hard to look away from the shiny object. lauren: the dow down 17.
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nicole: good morning to you. 5:45 a.m. in new york. donald trump is making flight in from the polls after his strong performance in sunday's debate. the latest "wall street journal" nbc news survey showing trump trailing hillary clinton by nine-point and that is down from 11% after the release of the tape of trump making controversial comments about women 10 years ago. meanwhile, donald trump continues to lash out to members of his own party on "the o'reilly factor" last night he was tired of not getting support from gop leaders have made
reference to house speaker paul ryan who said he would no longer defend her campaign for trump. trump told o'reilly she will no longer will grant support to win. trump treating it is so nice the shackles have been taken off of me and i can now fight for america the way i want to. the leaked e-mails from hillary clinton's campaign manager john podesta is stirring up controversy. the latest fad shows the campaign aide was in contact with the justice department about the release of her state department e-mails and trump officials say they proved there was collusion in the department of justice investigation of clip. let's check in on u.s. stock market futures yesterday drop in 200. dow futures down 22. s&p futures down to. that is what is happening now. lauren: today's edition of "the wall street journal." the white house vows response for the russian had.
the obama administration has set russia with a proportional response after u.s. intelligence officials concluded moscow has been to the democratic national committee females. amazon expands grocery line with convenience stores. amazon.com pushing deeper into the grocery business with transfer convenience stores as well as curbside pickup. aiming to compete more directly with wal-mart and other grocery discounters, the new stores target the people who prefer to bring groceries home on the way home from work. a comeback after years without a breakthrough product. sony has high hopes for $399 playstation via which hits store shelves thursday around the globe. if you watch sunday night's presidential debate and may have influenced about the media coverage you watch later i might have a much stronger impact on how you view the candidate. william launch of mass has the
details. >> you watch the debate and have your opinion of many listen to whatever else is saying, how they see it, how they frame it. a day later your opinion changes. that is why many experts say postdebate coverage is more important than the debate itself. the top five moments replayed by the media as tracked by the internet archives. apologizes for remarks on women here he says bill clinton was first. three, calls for a special prosecutor in hillary's on trump's treatment of women and trump on hers. >> that everybody is time to watch a full 90 minute debate. people turn on the morning news that their favorite newscaster said about something and not with either take away. hillary's wall street money, the supreme court: the epa. here are five clips they ran once or twice. the candidate complementing each other. trump criticizes obama cared and
hillary had an trump minorities, syria and trump criticizing hillary speeches. >> the problem we have is human beings is we want substance. we want to be serious about what we are doing. it's very hard to look away from the shiny object. >> your take away is the audience is heavily influenced by what we plan to ask about. lord end quote consider this one study of the kerry bush debates and no floor. it found one focus group that watched the debate had an entirely different conclusion than the focus group that watched the debate and the postdebate coverage. back to you. lauren: thank you. nicole: one person who won't vote for this can lead to. america is ready for an outsider to the president. that is why candidates like bernie sanders and donald trump resonate with voters.
>> what we need right now is realization of what bernie sanders and donald cap represent. the anger and disgust of the american people that the government. they've been failed badly by their government. look at the deficit and conditions of a rose, public education. nicole: voters are simply fed up. lauren: chicago cubs rally in the ninth inning to them at inning to eliminate the standard cisco giants. the cubs play the winner of the national. that series is all tied up. we will have the highlights for you. you know the creepy clown phenomenon? now having an effect on the donald's mascot. ronald mcdonald to tell you about it. strange story. the day after the 200-point tumble. features saw another 20 points. nasdaq futures down to eight. you are watching "fbn:am," your
series. let's say because of the pastor hunt in the hunting the cubs again within three of a victory. how dare rbi single with a stunning four run combat to avoid the game at wrigley field. the cubs one step away from the world series. they have not one that said 19 away. the cubs will play either the l.a. dodgers or washington nationals. they forced a game five of the division series by beating 65. during the dodgers to victory with the rbi single in the eighth. the deciding game will be played thursday in washington. colin kaepernick back in the starting line. kaepernick refused to stand. he has not played all season and the team is off one in four
starts. nicole: clowns are getting a bad rap these days and that is forcing ronald mc donald into hiding. mcdonald's has decided to give his famous mask and some time off because of the recent rash of crimes. crimes have also been scaring children. it happened here in new york. they will keep ronald on hiatus with the current climate to the cons. lauren: too weak to keep out the stronger than engineers believed. workers tried to bring the bridge down with explosives. at the bridge stood its ground over and over again. so instead of blowing it demolition crew took it apart piece by piece and what should have taken 302nd ended up taking five hours. they finally did it and the crowd cheered.
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and hi, everybody, thanks for joining us, i'm maria bartiromo, it is wednesday october 12th, 6:00 a.m. on the east coast. hick is in colorado. new national poll has clinton leading trump by 9 points. yesterday clinton hit the trail in sunshine state with al gore. >> i can't wait to have al gore advising me when i am president of the united states. >> hillary clinton, the candidate of the past today drags up al gore, he was the founder of the internet, al gore wants to end the combustion engine and flies the world on jets.