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dream to breaking news this morning. a state department official tried to keep the fbi for american hillary clinton's e-mail is classified. donald trump calls the action criminal and worse than watergate. good morning. i'm nicole petallides. lauren: good morning. i am lauren simonetti. she says she's moving on. we will have some of that interview for you. nicole: oil prices and earnings. let's check in on u.s. stock market futures this morning.
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dow futures up 63. s&p futures up 11. lauren: japanese stocks rose it did make a .4% in japan and china to shanghai composite gained 1.4%. nicole: oil prices fell yesterday rebounded overnight at right now up 44 cents at 5030th apparel. lauren: netflix soaring 20% ahead of the opening bell after the video stream is there this for new subscribers. we will have the story. nicole: the cleveland indians take a three to nothing lead in their series against the toronto blue jays. we will explain that. the new year chads get crushed by the arizona cardinals. lauren: five of 1:00 a.m. the nuclear. tuesday the 18th of a cobra. welcome to "fbn:am," the latest
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breaking is a much expected they had. nicole: release records say they reveal a criminal act and is calling for -- carl cameron for a rally in wisconsin criticizing republicans for not holding hearings into the matter now. >> with 22 days. that's a long time. this is serious stuff. this is watergate. nicole: more on the documents from blake burman. reporter: the latest notes into hillary clinton's state department and the practices suggest a stop to paper number patrick kennedy tried to use his position to get the fbi to change classification of one of clinton's e-mail spirit quoting directly from the nose issued two statements in regard that indicated he'd been contacted by patrick kennedy the
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undersecretary of state who would ask his assistance in altering the e-mail classification in exchange for a quick pro-quote. the agent whose name has been reject it as i step for american e-mail and classified the state would reciprocate by allowing the fbi to place my to place origins in countries where they are presently forbidden. and that's going to to say the later meeting can be lobbied for 15 minutes to have the fbi changed the marketing. the market was not change. the state department changed there was no wrongdoing. >> the allocation of any quit pro-quote is inaccurate and does not align with the facts. reporter: the term campaign is starting off a statement by saying these fbi documents provide undeniable proof that hillary clinton colluded with the fbi, doj and state department to cover up criminal activity at the highest level. back to you in new york.
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nicole: be sure to watch fox business for the third and final debate tomorrow night. our election 2016 starts with maria bartiromo 6:00 p.m. eastern time followed a lou dobbs 7:00 p.m. and caboodle coast-to-coast from 8:00 p.m. until midnight. lauren: mania trump speaking for the first time after the tape of her has been making comments back in 2005. >> what you say to women who are watching that haven't been able to get past it. what do you say to them? >> my husband is kind. he's a gentleman. he cares about people. he cares about women. he pushes them to the best level that could be. he gives them a chance to
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prosper in his organization and in his campaign. he's not demand that we heard on the tape. lauren: melania sent that letter has been said was offensive. she apologized to rent that removing on. you can watch more of the interview this morning on fox and friends at 6:00 a.m. eastern time. nicole: donald trump leads hillary clinton the battleground state of ohio for three weeks ago before the election. trump has a four-point lead among likely voters there for% behind libertarian gary johnson. 2% for green party candidate joel stein. other cnn polls find clinton narrowly ahead of trump another battleground including north carolina and nevada. clinton has widened her lead over donald trump. according to a poll she is ahead at nine points up from a
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four-point lead two weeks ago. the latest poll was conducted amid allegations by a number of women who accuse chunk of inappropriate advances. lauren: kurdish forces have made early gains to retake muzzle. on the front line as u.s.-led coalition airstrikes sent plumes of smoke. officials say a total of 20 villages have been taken from us all, iraq's second-largest city in crisis role for more than two years and is still home to more than a million civilians. nicole: north carolina beginning to assess the cost of hurricane matthew. mr. has $1.5 billion in damage to more than 100,000 homes, businesses and government holdings. more than 33,000 applications for assistance to fema have been received and 26 people died in north carolina alone due to the flooding caused by the storm.
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officials hope the waters will receive by monday and more than two 2000 people still remain without power. lauren: it shares of netflix higher after they rallied about 20% in after-hours. this streaming site added a larger number of subscribers than expected in the third quarter is investors concerned about growth. 99 was the closing value. $118 range. that's like 73.6 million streaming subscribers in the quarter, more than expected thanks in part to stranger things and luke cage. and then there's this big netflix plans to release 1000 hours of original shows and movies next air which would take you if he wanted to watch all of that 41 days to binge watch. train to get too caught up in the global market action overnight.
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the shanghai composite index up 1.4%. the nikkei up one third of 1%. you heard yesterday the economy doing better. the hong kong hang seng up 1.5% the cost being up more than half of 1% in korea. lauren: the great ericsson integer. the ftse in london at 68 points. cac of 52. we did get an inflation number out of the u.k. best number since november 2014th and 2014th and 2014th amendment u.s. vacate consumer price inflation today. nicole: no doubt. u.s. stock market futures. s&p futures attend the nasdaq up 26. lauren: oil holding $50 a barrel at 36 cents. caught up $6.50 helping some of the miners out globally 1263 announced. cole: the dollar trading this morning seeing how the greenback
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is faring. only the japanese yen is weaker against the u.s. dollar. the euro come the yucatán, canadian dollar and mexican peso are stronger. lauren: would have to checkout to yield because he saw big moves yesterday now 1.77%. nicole: cpu of all red has retired at the end of the year. he will be the chairman position at the end of march and has worked to for more than 40 years. all men will be replaced by jim campbell bay, the longtime caterpillar executive. caterpillar phase in its fourth year of declining sales, longest slump in history for that company. caterpillar shares at 20% so far this year after some cost cutting and also production cut. train to macy's is opening on thanksgiving day an hour earlier this year. the department store will open at 5:00 p.m. most of the stores closing at
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2:00 a.m. then reopening on black friday at 6:00 in the morning. macy's has been opening since 2013 but usually remained open throughout the night. the latest announcement shows many major retail chains will probably stick with opening up on thanksgiving as we hear many more say we are saying closes her so workers can enjoy the holiday. nicole: goldman sachs played that list of stocks to watch. a sharp rise in third-quarter profit and a rebound. coburn has been cutting jobs is to many businesses as it tries to cope with revenues in the banking sector. will also get earnings from intel after the closing bell. the chipmaker raised its revenue forecast for the third order mostly due to the restocking of pc inventory. analysts looking for a 73 a share of $15.8 billion. yahoo! will also report after the bell today. the company to post a profit of
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14 cents a share on revenue of $1.3 billion. yahoo! will not hold a conference call to discuss result due to a pending deal to be acquired by verizon communications. lauren: some of the headlines in today's edition of "the wall street journal." the dying business with picking stocks. passive investing has become the investment driving billions into funds that track the indices. wall street, corporate boardrooms and the neighborhood broker. manufacturers lose out on tech talent. as they become more automated, manufacturing can a serenade of computer engineers. they also find themselves help fund by silicon valley. hitler's birth has to be raised and replaced austria will tear down the house for adolf hitler was born. the government tried to prevent the house from enduring a neo-nazi pilgrimage site.
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interesting. nicole: touchscreen voting was supposed to be more efficient than paper ballot but with technology comes in trouble. >> i went to touch the box next to my name and the checkmark magically appear that my opponent name. i was scratching my head and i thought what did i do wrong. nicole: a closer look at those touchscreens are thus checking on u.s. stock market futures. right now dow futures at 64. s.b. features that can come and nasdaq futures at 27. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪
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making comments about women. in an interview with fox news, the comments offended her but donald trump has apologized to her and they are moving on from the controversy. she says the woman accusing trump also accuse him of making unwanted advances that they were lying. watch the whole interview on fox and friends at 6:00 a.m. eastern time. keep an eye on shares of netflix as well. the company surprised investors by adding 3.8 million subscribers, most of them overseas. the stock had fallen 13% this year is the video giant has struggled to keep up with investors forecast that they've been rallying since the numbers came out. let's check in on stock market futures and see how we shape up and looking like a good day not in the u.s. but overseas as well. dow futures higher by 65. nasdaq futures gaining 27 points. lauren: not like some 20 bucks this morning. there has then complains that touchscreen voting machines can
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flip your vote. if that really happening? eric shawn has the story. reporter: lauren end quote, what if you vote for donald trump at hillary clinton's famous shack. voters have said in past elections their choices were swapped. but jim moynihan ran for illinois state representative who tried to vote for himself but when he did he says he got a big surprise. >> i went to touch the box next to my name and the checkmark magically appeared at my opponent's name. i was scratching my head and i thought what did i do wrong. >> moynihan was voting on a touchscreen machine and were shocked to see his boat was switched. >> i was dumbfounded. in 2010 the democrats and republicans in the carolina and others dates.
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>> people say they can. i've never seen them do it and i work all the time. touchscreens have been used for a decade. >> you don't know what is happening but if you see the paper coming to know this is what is being recorded. she and jim say double check. the next day there. make sure they register for who you want to register for. >> look at the paper trail that comes out and make sure that you want to blame if it is cast her ballot. nicole: thank you, eric shawn. transferring the cleveland indians take a three to nothing lead in their series against the toronto blue jays with a little blood and tears. monday night football the new york jets get crushed by the arizona cardinals. we'll have the highlights for you.
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>> tell me why you're leaving. you say are not terminated but it sounds like you can't say. is that true? >> a living because it's required by the 22nd amendment of the night its constitution. >> nisei thing would be unconstitutional, employers see or use of office supplies and it doesn't say here. where were you born? last night [laughter] lauren: president obama handled that in a fun way. stephen colbert are making a surprise appearance on the late show and the office manager who offer tips on how to help them sharpen his job interviews cynthia will go longer be employed in just a few weeks. lauren: s. colbert tries to help the president and a new job, the
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number of multiple job holders in this country have been an eight-year high. the bureau of labor statistics says the number jumps by 300,000 last month to 7.8 million of us are so-called moonlight is representing 5% of all those employees. job openings near record levels. many americans seek an extra income so we do this part-time, that part-time to make ends meet. trained to look at the latest from the world of sports. something a little lighter. nothing seems to stop the cleveland indians, not even a bloody finger. they beat the toronto blue jays for-2, but indians starter trevor bauer had to leave the game because his stitched up right pinky began to drip but. pincher that's an airplane with of his strong. not on the field. taking over the rest of the game they now lead the american league championship series three games to none and are one win away from the very first world
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series since they team 97. and for all, the arizona cardinals are on the rebound. david johnson rushed for 111-yard and scored three touchdowns. the cardinal shut down the new york jets 28-3 monday night. the fourth straight loss for the crouching jobs. in hockey, no love for new york because they lost the new york rangers in a high-scoring affair 7-board. seven games at madison square garden. seven different players scored seven in san jose to the first loss of the season. nicole: let's do a check on my connection right now. u.s. stock market futures looking good this morning. top 64 points. holding just about the 18 level bark. the nasdaq and s&p dropped. nasdaq futures at 27. s&p futures your first look at morning markets and breaking news. train to taking a look at oil
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holding above the mark. energy leaders meeting once again talking about possible cuts but at the same time worried we may boost production. right now 5030 a barrel, gold up $5.5. lauren: new polls showed donald trump edging ahead in the battleground state of ohio as he tumbles down on his conspiracy claims. >> when you look at the voter fraud and illegal immigrants voting all over the country, when you look at people who died 10 years ago. this one person died 21 years ago in the persons of voting. trent has established is not? touring 20% ahead of the open after the video streaming site flew past its forecast for a new subscription. we will have the story. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. keep it here. ♪
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nicole: breaking news. new fbi documents show the state department official tried to keep the fbi for american hillary clinton is not classified. donald trump called the action criminal in worse than watergate good good morning i am lauren simonetti. nicole: i am nicole petallides. melania trump cost or has to include comments offensive but says she is moving on and will have some interview for you. lauren: oil prices have done is try this out market. intel and yahoo! reporting today. let's see how this is a fact in wall street. don't futures higher by 68-point.
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message reaches the 29th. nicole: stocks resumes to the shanghai composite index up 1.5% in the nikkei in japan up one third of 1%. lauren: oil prices didn't fall but they rebounded overnight to $50.34 now. nicole: netflix is the fact to watch today that 20% ahead of the opening bell after the service did go past the forecast for news of subscribers. in sports the cleveland indians tickets written as the lead in their series against toronto blue jays with a little luck, sweat and tears. monday night football the new york jets get crushed by the arizona cardinals. we will have those highlights and fortunately. train to 5:31 a.m. in new york. we welcome you to "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. lauren: donald trump says newly
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released fbi records about hillary clinton's e-mails revealed a criminal act and he is calling for a senior state department official to resign. trump speaking to fox news is carl cameron before a rally in wisconsin also criticizing republicans for not holding hearings into the matter now. >> with 22 days. that's a long time. you think you would hold this hearing immediately. this is big stuff. this is watergate. lauren: more of those documents from blake irving. the investigation into the state department e-mail practices suggest a top state department member, the undersecretary patrick kennedy tried to use his position to get the fbi to change classification of one of clinton's e-mails. the agent whose name has been redacted indicated he had been contacted by patrick kennedy the undersecretary of state who asked his assistant maltreatment
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in the classification classification in exchange for a quick pro-quote. the agent whose name is unredacted device in exchange for market that do not classified the state would reciprocate by allowing the fbi to place more agent in countries where are presently forbidden. the notes go on to say the later meeting kennedy lobby for 15 minutes to have the fbi change the mark he peered the marking was not changed or the state department intends there was no run terrain. >> the allegation of any quaint pro-quote is inaccurate and does not align with the facts said there was no quit pro-quote. >> the trump campaign is arguing the opposite hard enough by saying these fbi documents provide undeniable proof that hillary clinton polluted with the fbi, doj and state department to cover up criminal act to be at the highest level. back to you in new york.
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lauren: be sure to watch fox business for the third and final debate tomorrow night. our election starts at 6:00 p.m. with maria bartiromo followed with lou followed with lou dobbs contributer coast-to-coast 8:00 to midnight. nicole: no sleeping tomorrow. melania speaking out for the first time of her has been making comments back in 2005. she spoke with fox and friends. >> would you say to women who are watching, female voters that have it enabled to get past it? what is your message to women? >> my husband is kind. he's a gentleman. he cares about people. he cares about women. he pushes them to the best level they could be. it gives them a chance to prosper in his organization and
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in his campaign. he is not the man we heard on the tape. nicole: milani same letter has been as well as defense. he apologized to her and we're moving on. you can watch more of the interview with melania trump. lauren: donald trump lee clip in in the battleground state of ohio. trump has a four-point lead among likely voters with 4% behind libertarian gary johnson, 2% for the green or the candidate joel stein. other polls find clinton narrowly ahead of trump and the other battleground states, north carolina and nevada. clinton has widened her lead over donald trump according to a cbs poll she's ahead by nine-point up from a four-point lead two weeks ago. the latest poll conducted amid allegations by a number of women who accuse trump of inappropriate advances.
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nicole: iraq and kurdish forces have made her the chance to retake mosul. soldiers moved east along the front line as u.s.-led coalition airstrikes sent plumes of smoke into the air and heavy artillery rounds could be heard. officials say a total of 20 villages have been taken from the militants. mosul, iraq's second-largest city has been under a physical for more than two years and is now home to more than a million to billions. lauren: north carolina beginning to assess the cost of hurricane matthew. officials said the storm has $1.5 billion in damage to 100,000 homes, businesses and government buildings. how bad is that? 33,000 plus for assistance to cuba have been received. 26 people died in north carolina alone due to flooding caused by the storm. officials hope the waters will finally receive. more than two dozen people remained without power.
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nicole: shares of netflix are sharply higher this morning in premarket trading after rallying nearly 20% looking up almost 20 bucks this morning. mr. messiah candidate larger than x active new subscribers using investors concerns about its growth. netflix picked up reprint 6 million subscribers sharply above the estimate. thanks in part to rich on this are such a stranger things, get john, luke cage and netflix will release a whopping 1000 hours of original shows and movies in 2017 which would take you about 41 days to bench watch if you want to try that lets another deal with chris rock. lauren: that was a huge price tag for comedy. i can watch 41 days trade. all of paris for the shanghai composite in china of 1.4% at the nikkei up with 4%.
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the hang seng in hong kong rallied 1.4% and the cost in south korea two thirds of 1%. nicole: european stocks that all of paris as well. the one of the up 1% of the cac up one and a quarter% as is the german dax. a couple losers this morning. ryan air blaming the british pound and also yogurt in baby food under pressure this morning. lauren: coming back after a decline yesterday. dow futures higher by 16 points. nasdaq up 28 points in the premarket is still above 18,000. earnings coming in from united health, johnson & johnson, goldman sachs, harley davidson before the market opens. nicole: oil and gold right now. at 38 cents. gold is also gaining of 1262 entering outs. transfer the dollar against key currencies. the euro, the pound, canadian dollar mexican peso. the yen slightly lower.
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tranter look at the tender on deal. right now 1.77%. lauren: changing of the garda of the guard at caterpillar. ceo will retire at the end of the u.n. that the chairman position at the end of march. his work is the maker of construction and mining equipment for more than four decades. over holman will be replaced by jim appleby, another caterpillar executive. caterpillar faced in its fourth year of declining sales. the longest slump in history. caterpillar shares up 20% this year because of cutting costs as well as production. joy global is another name we watch. they are voting tomorrow on whether to sell the company. nicole: macy's planning to open one hour earlier. the chain says it will open it i've p.m. on escaping with most of the stores will close at 2:00 a.m. macy's will reopen once again at 6:00 a.m. on black friday.
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the company has an opening on things getting evening since 2013 signature turkey fast, run over to macy's. they are closing for a few hours. there are still major retail chains that will stick with their original thanksgiving openings while other stories say we are keeping our workers home. lauren: may see his face in the year and half of declining sales that they have to get a new revenue they can. goldman sachs expected to report a sharp rise in third order profit helped by a rebound in its trading business. goldman has been cutting jobs and streamlining businesses as a code with low revenues in the bank in fact year. earnings from intel after the close today. the chipmaker has raised revenue forecast for the third quarter mostly due to the restocking of pc inventories. analysts look for 73 cents a share on revenuef $15.8. and then yahoo! reporting after the ballot trouble company expected to post a profit for 2
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cents on revenue of $1.3 billion. they will not hold a conference call to discuss the results due to the pending deal to be acquired by verizon communications. lauren: nicole: the diamond business of picking stocks. passive investing has become the default ms at drug billions into funds that just checked the index is. transforming street, corporate boardrooms and the life of the neighborhood rocker. manufacturers lose out on tech talent and factory floors become more automated data driven. companies are in need of computer engineers. they often find themselves outgunned by silicon valley tech firms. hitler's birth has to be raised. they will tear down the house with enough filter was born. the government trying to prevent the house from enduring as a neo-nazi pilgrimage to. lauren: an army of so-called shadow voters that donald trump
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to victory in florida? >> if you just registered to vote in the last year, they can't find you and these new people coming on board are going to vote for one person. that is donald jay trump. lauren: adam shapiro of the content in the sunshine state. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪ liberty mutual stood with me when i was too busy with the kids to get a repair estimate.
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nicole: good morning to you. 545 am and. let's get you caught up on what's happening now. new allegations regarding controversial illiquid e-mails to a new document shows senior state department official patrick kennedy allegedly pressed the fbi not to label one of those e-mails has classified. documents suggest kennedy tried to force trade with the fbi offering thoughts for the bureau overseas if they would read the classified and if they would mark a particular e-mail is taking a sacred part. the state department look into allegations. donald trump's wife, said that speaking out for the first time
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since the audiotape was making the comments. she says those comments to defend her about that trump has apologized and they are moving on for the controversy. women accusing trump of making unwanted advances on number five. you can watch the whole interview on fox and friends at 6:00 a.m. eastern time. keep an eye and shared netflix this morning. the company surprised investors by adding 3.8 million subscribers. most of them overseas. way more than what was it. stock has fallen 13% this year as the giants trouble to keep up with investors forecast, but now they are rallying since numbers came up about 20% this morning. u.s. stock market futures up in a show come up at home. u.s. stock market futures up 68, s&p futures up time and the fear index down about 3% this morning. lauren: the call, thank you
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recent poll shows hillary clinton in the key battleground state of florida. many leaders are predict in a big trumpet tree. adam shapiro explains why. >> good morning nicole. good morning, lauren. tomorrow night's debate in las vegas keep an eye on what happens here in florida. democrats and republicans moving aggressively to register voters in many counties, the nonaffiliated voters are in play. republicans point out that they expect what they call shadow voters to play a role in all of this. they also like to point out that the super giants, jeb bush and marco rubio lost to donald trump who won in the republican primaries 66 of the 67 counties. the florida gop vice chair had this to say about that. >> most people think they didn't have a chance. most people count them out now.
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expect big things. you will see a lot more voters that haven't participated in the process before. he's going to win florida and be our next president. reporter: shadow voters republicans are counting on to give the match. in particular is tony leadbetter, volusia county republican party chair that is daytona beach. he says they have succeeded in switching counties that voters to vote republican. >> there is a shadow vote out there. many, many people. if you're registered to to vote the last year, the pollsters can't find you and these new people coming on board will vote for one person. that's donald jay trump. reporter: the votes are up for grabs in neither donald trump or hillary clinton can ignore this day. back to you. lauren: know they can't. adam shapiro, thank you. true to the cleveland indians take the cleveland indian tickets region that they've made against toronto blue jays.
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the little blood, sweat and tears. we'll explain that to you. we will have the highlights. and then there's this. >> i don't see any promotions for the last eight years. >> honestly there wasn't a lot of room for dancing in my last job. nicole: stephen colbert giving president obama little of my little of ice on his upcoming job search. u.s. stock market futures this morning. earnings, housing numbers coming out this week. dow futures at 69. s&p futures at 10. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. is not ♪ ♪imagine no possessions ♪i wonder if you can
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>> tell me why you're leaving. you leaving. you say you're not been terminated it sounds like you can't stay. is that true? >> admitted because it's required by the second amendment of the night its constitution. >> employers serious though officeupplies. were we born? >> really? >> is this the longest form of the resume available? lauren: club airplay grandee to offer tips to sharpen job interview skills that they will no longer be in florida in a few weeks time. nicole: he had a lot of fun with it. so the question he did like us where he was born.
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it's cold there helped president find a new job about the number of multiple job holders in the united states of america defeated an eight year high and that it not funny. the bureau of labor statistics that number jumped by 300,000 last month to 7.8 million good mood letters represent 5% of all those job opening now near record levels in many american are seeking extra income. taking a second or third job to make ends meet. nicole: nothing seems to stop the cleveland indians. not even a bubbly finger. they beat the toronto blue jays for-2 last night. trevor bauer had to leave the game in the first inning because his stitched up right pinky began dripping blood. bauer injured the finger playing with one of his drums. the cleveland bullpen was taken over the rest of the game. they now lead the champion series three games to none. get this, one win away from their first world series since
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1997. lauren: arizona cardinals for 111 yards including this 52 yarder and scored three touchdowns in the cardinals shut down the chance 28-3 monday night. the second straight win for the cars, the fourth straight loss for the chance. the san jose sharks have no love for new york. they lost to the rangers in a high-scoring affair 7-or with his sixth loss in seven games. seven different players scored for new york stand in san jose to the first half of the season. nicole: global action overnight. all occurs in a show looking at the shanghai composite index. china gdp this week as well. looking at the nikkei up one third of 1%. hong kong's hang seng up 1.5% and the greek osteopath 1%. lauren: oil prices that today.
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67 is the move to the upside for the ftse in london. cac gain of 52. dax up in germany 152-point. nicole: 89 s. and p. -- u.s. stock market futures. s&p futures your first look at morning markets and breaking news. lauren: oil above $50 at ariel up 1%. go the path of%. nicole: coming up, we will hand it over to maria bartiromo standing by. keep it right here on "fbn:am." ♪ whether it's connecting one of the world's most innovative campuses. or bringing wifi to 65,000 fans. businesses count on communication, and communication counts on centurylink.
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nicole: take a look at this. you're looking at a live picture of the debate stage in las vegas. that will be tomorrow night. keep it right here in fox business. lauren: thank you so much for watching us, fbn:am. right now we hand it over to mornings with maria. you saw the beautiful debate stage, all the action begins really soon. maria: exactly, we are headed there to vegas today. i'm maria bartiromo, happy tuesday to you, it is tuesday
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october 18, top stories 6:00 a.m. on the east coast. donald trump and hillary clinton go head to head tomorrow might. clinton staying behind closed doors. on the campaign trail donald trump is ramping up claims of a rigged election. >> people that have died ten years ago are still voting, illegal immigrants are voting, so many cities are corrupt and voter is fraud and very, very common. >> it's a guy who is wining because he's a big bully and he's starting to wine. maria:

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