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lauren: breaking news this morning, the final stretch of the presidential campaign hillary clinton and donald trump holding rallies in north carolina where they are in a dead heat. both pushing hard for voter turnout. good morning, i'm lauren simonetti. nicole: good morning, i'm nicole petallides. as the race tightened investors continue to worry about election urn certainty and big news on the economy coming up. the october job's report. s&p 500 down 2% so far this week. let's check u.s. stock market futures this morning. mixed bag in the wait and see mode, dow futures down 8. s&p futures down less than 1 point.
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lauren: asian markets keeping a close eye on the election. in china shanghai composite a tenth of one percent. nicole: oil prices holding steady after falling days. lauren: yrs is considered the poster child of the failure of obamacare. nicole: stock to watch today. that's gopro shares sinking 20% after cameras are fail to go click with customers. lauren: ouch, the windy city is getting ready to paint the town red, white and blue to celebrate the chicago cubs championship. we are will tell you exactly what is going on. nicole: friday 5:01 a.m. in new york. welcome to fbn:am, first look at morning markets, breaking news and what to expect for the day ahead. lauren: with four days left we are watching the state of north
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carolina. the real clear politics polling average finds that donald trump and hillary clinton are now in a tie at 46.3% there. on monday the polling average showed clinton leading trump by more than 3 points, both candidates were campaigning hard in the tar heel state yesterday. >> he has no idea, no idea about the strength of the black church, the vie blanky of black-owned businesses, the excellence of historically black colleges and universities. >> as we send brave men and women overseas to fight terrorists, hillary clinton wants to fling our borders wide open allowing those same terrorists to infiltrate our country by the thousands. lauren: let's dig in a little bit more. blake berman has more from washington. blake: there was a fist out on the campaign trail thursday,
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melania trump stumping by herself on behalf of her husband. trump describing her husband as someone who knows to how to bring about change and says he would give a fair shake who have broken. >> he will make america safe and prosperous, he will make america proud. blake: hillary clinton began in north carolina, tried to portray trump as someone who is unsteady. >> someone at another rally yesterday actually said out loud to himself stay on point, donald, stay on point. >> his campaign probably told him to put that on the prompters, stay on point, stay on point.
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trump ant clinton now tied 42. back to you in new york. lauren: thank you so much. blake is going to be bussier from now until election day. fox news is set to release latest national results 6:00 p.m. eastern today. trump will campaign in new hampshire, ohio and pennsylvania today. hillary clinton is visiting pennsylvania, michigan and ohio. certainly busy. nicole: until tuesday, right? former republican presidential candidate ted cruz campaigning with vice president nominee mike pence in iowa. praising pence but never mentioned donald trump by name in his speech. >> you know, in the last election barack obama won the state of iowa. let me tell you right now thanks to the men and women here in across the state, hillary clinton ain't winning iowa. >> i think the american people
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have had enough and they've specially had enough of the past and lose ethics of the clintons for the last 30 years. nicole: governor pence will be on varney & company, do not miss it. lauren: source is telling fox that many fbi agents think the bureau's investigation into the clinton foundation is more likely to produce indictments than the e-mail case. here is why, the way the e-mail case was handled. fbi director james comey gave immunity deal to two former aides. meanwhile, house oversight committee chairman jason chaffetz on the kelly file last night weighed in. >> no matter whether she's elected or defeated. the congress has a job to do and that's to claire the mess in the state department. largest breeches of -- breaches
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of security. lauren: fbi will not be producing interviews to the subcommittee. huma abedin headlined a fundraiser last night. first public appearance since the fbi announced last week that it was investigating emails found on a laptop that belonged to her husband anthony weiner. nicole: how could this impact the presidential election next week. jeff flock has that story. jeff: lauren and nicole this is maricopa county. what a difference a year makes. in 2013 between six insurers,
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most of the counties now have one. premiums have gone through the roof. take a look at negotiationly arizona ranking number one in terms of premium increases well over 100% topping other states which also have high double-digit increases. this is a big campaign issue here and a big one for donald trump, if you look at a poll of arizona voters, by far, they don't like obamacare, 53 to 40%. this is all more important for trump because on key issues, arizona voters don't actually care much of position on the subject of deporting illegal immigrants to the u.s., well, 50 to 40% arizona voters they don't like that, they don't want those people deported and on the subject on the wall, greater margin, voters that don't like donald trump's position, they say don't build that wall. so obamacare becomes a very important issue about three or
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four percentage points separating trump who leads in arizona from hillary clinton, she was here this week, though, making a big push at the last minute to try and take away what had normally been thought to be a solid republican state. lauren: was a pretty shot. there's been a surge in the number of illegal immigrants trying to cross from méxico, a thousand illegals have been arrested each night in south texas alone. >> people think that if one candidate wins, certain things will happen like a giant wall been built and they with never get through and the other if another candidate gets they will get a certain am nestty by a certain date.
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lauren: a border control agent says they're not getting any backing from washington and they need to start enforcing every single immigration law that we have on the books. nicole: investors get the date job number's this morning. economists estimate 175,000 jobs created last month. that would be up from the 156,000 in september. the unemployment rate is expected to drop slightly to 4.9%. one potential wild car is hurricane matthew. the storm battered the southeast in october and may have affected the surveys that are used for the job's reports, we are going to have full coverage and analysis of the october job's report. mornings with maria at 8:00 a.m. eastern time and also hear from three fed officials. atlanta, dallas fed president kaplan and stanley, they are all going to speak today. maybe they will give us a gimps
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for december. lauren:let get caught up in global market action overnight. nikkei in japan selling off, 1.3%. the yen is considered a safe haven, it is getting stronger, toyota shares, other exporters fallinhard. there's been report that is the air bag maker embattled with all the deaths. there's been a report that they are considered a u.s. bankruptcy filing. that stock down. hang seng in hong kong down two tenths of one percent. nicole: let's check out europe. down arrow as well. london ftse down 1.2%. lower as well. we had a weak services number overall. lauren: flipping to the u.s., check out the s&p. it's down 2 points.
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if we have a loss today a 9-day losing streak and we haven't seen that since 1980. nasdaq futures down 4. nicole: gold pulling back two bucks. lauren: golden felonies award show is owned by a chinese company. the deal marks first step into tv production and the rights to content and shows like the cma awards, the billboard music awards and dick clark's new york rock and eve with ryan seacrest. nicole: i also think it's miss america. >> it is. nick thick that's been turned into a turmoil. what do british investors think of the election.
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director of trading. chicago cubs, they are getting ready for the storm and sworm in the windy city. >> i jot jitters ready for the parade. a long time coming. we will tell you about the plans to have big parades for the champions. you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news.
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nicole: happy friday, 5:15 a.m. in new york. let's get you caught up on what's happening. donald trump and hillary clinton are racing through battleground states in search of last-minute votes. last night they held rallies in north carolina, state 15 electoral votes are still up for grabs. today both candidates will be in ohio and pennsylvania as well. also in a few hours we are going to get the latest economic data before the election. that will be the monthly job's report. economists are estimating 175,000 jobs created in the month of october with unexpected rate to 4.9%. well, yesterday we saw fitbit as
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a loser, to is going to be gopro. dropping more than 20% in afterhours trading. yesterday the company reported a steep quarterly loss and says it expects to remain in red next year. also when the company is expect today log half of revenue for the year. let's check in on u.s. stock market futures. selling day after day. right now dow and s&p are lower, dow futures down 30, s&p futures down 3. lauren: investors in europe reviewing ruling of uk court that britain cannot leave the european union without approval of parliament. good morning, to you, joe. >> good morning. lauren: how does this ruling affect brexit? >> a i think it really throws into doubt whether brexit will happen, how it's going to happen
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and it's really caused uncertainty. it'll probably cause an election in the uk next year. lauren: pretty amazing to me, article 50 gets put into play and you have a couple of years and british leaves the european union. does anybody anticipate that they would need this sort of approval? >> i think -- politicians didn't get that we were going to vote for brexit. nobody had a plan and that's why we are seeing the government in limbo and challenges all over the place. this is going to be very messy, actually. lauren: what about the timeline? >> if it happens at all. nicole: what about the banks, they've hesitated to do so, is that what they have been planning on doing? >> more ub certainty. banks are going to start making decisions and move away. new york is probably -- nicole: i was going to ask you that.
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morgan stanley will benefit from that. >> any companies -- banks making decisions is not going to be london at the moment. new york is really the choice. lauren: we are word about the banks and the bombshell that you call brexit. likely not going to cut rates further and you the elections right here in the u.s. how does that play in? >> the u.s. elections are dominating the news flow as well in the uk pushing the ftse around, they are causing the british pound to move, so i think just uncertainty and coupled with brexit makes -- nicole: when we say brexit, british exit from the european union in case somebody just tuned in. is anybody leaning from one way to another? >> the markets are priced if clinton wins. we saw that with the brexit
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vote. when you see that happens, you see big moves. lauren: are you saying that you expect donald trump to win? >> i think there's a very good chance he does. the same of the brexit vote. lauren: ftse 100 in england riding longest losing streak when brexit happened. lauren: director of trading ande show. nicole: coming up, we are talking sports, after 108 year drought it's time to celebrate in chicago. >> hell yeah, i will be here. it's my team. >> crazy, it's going to be amazing, it's going to be great. nicole: we are going to tell you about all the preparations in the windy city. at the box office. >> your work saved the life of thousands. >> what if i tell you that is
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>> you think how the world works? what if i told you the reality you know is one of many? >> this doesn't make any sense. lauren: film follows the story of dr. steven strange who losing use of his hands after a tragic accident. dr. strange expected to be big at the box office bringing $85 million and opened overseas where it's brought in 122 million. nicole: now let's take a look in the world of sports, cubs fans are still celebrating the team first world series game in 108 years. today they will fill up downtown
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chicago for a parade worthy of a long wait. the team bus will leave wrigley field go down michigan avenue and mayor ron emmanuel says they may turn the chicago river blue for the occasion. television ratings hit out of the park, 25% of all television tuned in to the game, it's more than 40 million people watched. that's the most in 25 years. the cubs comeback win sees that chicago native, nba, dwayne wade wins bet against lebron james. lebron has to show up at the united center in cubs uniform when the cavs visit the bulls on december 2nd. here is wade posted the video to remind lebron james of the bet. >> i'm excited for my city and also my bet. mr. james, let's talk, i have
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ideas for you. nicole: kevin durant and russell westbrook were on opposite sides for the first time last night when oklahoma thunder visited warriors. 39 points including career high of 7 three pointers. lauren: coming up stretch to election day, donald trump and hillary clinton holding rallies in the battleground state of north carolina where the race there is a dead heat. r god bless you everybody, special people. you are special people. get out and vote. lauren: we are going to tell you about the big push for voter turnout and shares of gopro falling off a cliff today after newest cameras failed with consumers. we will tell you all about it.
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nicole: final stretch of presidential campaign hillary clinton and donald trump holding dueling rallies in north carolina where they are in a dead heat. most pushing hard for voter turnout. good friday morning i'm nicole petallides. lauren: good morning, we've also got big news on the economy coming up in a couple of hours from. the october's job report. s&p 500 down 2% so far this week ahead of the report. let's check in right nown futures. nasdaq futures down 3. s&p down one and a half. nicole: keeping close eye on u.s. election in japan.
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nikkei sinks 1.3%. lauren: tough week for oil, oil prices holding steady this morning, up a bit. but they had been down five days in a row. nicole: stock to watch today gopro shares are sinking. lauren: windy city gets to paint the town red, white and blue to celebrate the chicago cubs win it is world series. nicole: good morning, everybody, 5:31 a.m., friday, tgif. we welcome you to fbn:am, latest braking news. with only four days to go until the election a real clear career politics find donald trump and hillary clinton are in a tie, each, that's a tie. on monday polling average showed hillary clinton was leading more than 3 points. she lost that. both candidates were campaigning
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hard in the tar heel state yesterday. >> he has no idea, no idea about the strength of the black church, the vie blanky -- vibrancy of black-owned businesses. >> as we send brave men and women fight in the middle east, hillary clinton wants to fling our borders wide open allowing terrorists to infiltrate our country by the thousands. nicole: blake berman has more on the fierce battle in washingn. blake: melania trump stumping by herself on behalf of her husband . >> donald trump will make america fair, he will make america safe, he will make america prosperous, he will make
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america proud. blake: hillary clinton began her state in the battleground state of north carolina. she try today portray trump as someone unsteady. >> yesterday actually said out loud to himself, stay on point, donald, stay on point. his campaign probably put that in the teleprompters, stay on point, donald. stay on point. blake: fox news electoral card shows updated map in four states for trump. one of them being new hampshire from leaned democratic to totsz-up and two new polls out show why. one from boston globe and one has trump and clinton now tied at 42 while wbr poll had trump up 1 point 40 to 39 in that state. back to you in new york. nicole: fox news set to release fox poll.
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6:00 p.m. eastern time tonight. clinton visiting pennsylvania, michigan and ohio today. lauren: certainly busy. former republican presidential candidate ted cruz campaigning with vice president nominee mike pence in iowa, get this, the texas senator absolutely praising pence but never mentioning donald trump's name in his speech. >> last election barack obama won the state of iowa, let me tell you right now, thanks to the men and women across the state, hillary clinton ain't winning iowa. >> i think the american people have had enough and they've specially had enough with the fast and loose ethics of the clintons for the last 30 years. lauren: if you want to see more of governor pence he will be on varney & company today 9:15 eastern. nicole: many fbi agents most likely to produce indictment
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than e-mail case that's because the way e-mail case was followed before. fbi director gave immunity to aides instead of one so he can flip on the other. >> well, look, no matter if she's elected or defeated, the congress has a job to do, that is to clean up the mess that hillary clinton made at the state department. this is potentially one of the largest breaches of security in the history of the state department. you had classified material migrate to go a nonclassified system. nicole: fbi will not be provide ago discussional summaries because e-mail cases no longer close but pending. meanwhile huma abedin headlined a clinton fundraiser in washington, d.c. last night. it was her first public appearance since fbi announced last week that it was
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investigating emails out on a laptop that belonged to her estranged husband anthony weiner. lauren: there's been a surge in the number of illegal immigrants trying to cross into the united states from méxico ahead of next week's presidential election. a thousand have been arrested each night in south texas alone despite advertisements telling central americans to just stay home. >> people think that if one candidate wins certain things will happen like a giant wall will be built and they can never get through and another that if the other candidate wins they'll get some type of amnesty if they get am -- they are not getting any backing from washington and they need to start enforcing immigration law that we have on the books, nicole. nicole: four days before the presidential election economist estimate 175,000 jobs created
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last night up from the 156,000 in september. the unemployment rate expected to drop slightly to 4.9%. one potential wild card, hurricane matthew. that storm battered the southeast in october and may have affected surveys used for job's report. we are going to have full coverage, analysis of the october's job report. that'll be right here mornings with maria starting 8:00 a.m. eastern time on the show. dallas fed president kaplan and fed chair fischer will be speaking today. lauren: the hang seng and hong kong down. you have to check out the nikkei. yen surging today hurting
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exporters. nicole: only piece of good news that bmw did good sales in europe. ftse down 1% in london cac down 3 quarters of 1% in france. german dax down three quarters of one percent. lauren: u.s. stocks completely flat. dow down 6 points, s&p up 1 and the nasdaq up 1. the big news today in a down week, unusual down week for stocks traditionally leading up to an election, average 2% gain this week. we had the job's report coming out in 3 hours. nicole: oil is down five days, 10% losses in oil. today up 7 cents, 44.73 the barrel and gold is unchanged at the moment. lauren: wells fargo brokerage unit is falling victim to the phoney account scandal. wells fargo has fired hundreds of brojage employees for
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improper sales tactics. up until now retail banking problem, wells fargo agreed in september to pay $185 million in penalties and $5 million to customers for opening up millions of accounts in their names with their personal information without their permission. that's an ugly one year chart of the stock. nicole: today negative developments on the earnings front are hitting gopro pretty hard this morning. 11.94, 9-point -- 9.70. also carma drone. the stock is down 88% from 2014 high. lauren: americans are not active anymore.
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fitbit is doing poorly and then you this one. the deal marks first depth into television production and content and gives it to right to major production like the academiy of country music awards and the iconic dick clarks new year's eve rocking party with ryan seacrest. they're making a bigger push in hollywood. nicole: troubled air bag maker tekata seeking back to help pay for the cost, huge recall of faulty inflaters. failing that, a chapter 11 as they filed that for base, that nearly is half of tekata's
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sales. lauren: federal prosecutors are getting close to charges against generic for price collusion. the justice department could begin to bring cases before the end of this year so pretty soon. forget silicon valley, tech jobs are across the america in search of lower living costs and a slower pace of life. the silicon cities like eugene, oregon and huntsville, alabama. i love the story today. linkedin wants to know how much money you make. social network for professional will tell you salaries in your industry, here is the catch, first you have to share your income data. you tell them what you make and they will tell you what your colleagues make. [laughter] nicole: can't say, not really sure. britain's plan to leave the
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european union has been thrown to turmoil. we will talk to director of training in think markets and chicago cubs fans get ready to swarm the windy city. >> i've been excited, got jitters, a long time coming. nicole: we will tell you about all the plans for the parade of champions. you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news. joe coming up.
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lauren: good morning 5:45 in new york. donald trump and hillary clinton racing through battleground states in search of late votes. last night they held rallies in north carolina, the state's 15 electoral votes are still up for grabs and today both candidates will be campaigning in ohio and pennsylvania. in a few hours from now we are going to get the latest major economic data before americans go to the polls, here are the estimates, 175,000 jobs added in october. we are watching shares of gopro completely nose diving.
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they are down over 20% in extended trading. it expects to remain in the red next year. it also lowered sales target for the key holiday season, that's when the company is expected to log half of its revenue for the entire year. let's check in on u.s. stock market futures ahead of all of that. you can see unchanged market. s&p doesn't know what it wants to do now. i can tell you this, it doesn't wanting to down in two days in a row. that's a look at what is happening now. nicole: investors in europe are reviewing a ruling by uk court that britain can start the process to leave the european union without the approval from parliament. joining us once again in our studios here joe randal, director of trading at think markets. he's here with us this morning. i want to talk about british exit but i want to get right to the u.s. election. how do you think the markets will or should react a hillary win versus a donald win.
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>> in london we are pricing hillary win but the last week has seen the possibility and distinct possibility that we see a trump victory and markets are beginning to wake up to that. whatever happens you've going to see a rally in the markets after a period of uncertainty because we have seen this really negative in the last couple of weeks. nicole: like a little pullback from the beginning and then rally after? >> if trump gets in we will get a sharp full but in a month's time we will be higher where we are. lauren: it's a knee-jerk reaction. what do you make stocks are falling before the election? >> markets are begin to go wake up before pricing. we are seeing chance of trump victory now. whatever happens, the long-term is probably pretty strong for the markets and good buying opportunity. nicole: surprised everybody, that's what happened with the british exit vote and you said that this court ruling where parliament now has to approve it
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really took everybody by surprise but why haven't the markets reacted more? >> the markets don't know what's going to happen. theresa may doesn't want to take this to parliament. she really doesn't want -- you have to remember she's unelected. lauren: she also didn't want great britain to leave the european union. >> that's her public stance. lauren: you mentioned that there's a strong probability or a possibility that britain can stay in the european union, is that really the case? >> probably, we are probably going to see an election next year and theresa may will force one. you will get a very strange vote, strange politics, disguarding traditional left and right and get voting potentially to stay in the eu and who knows what will happen from there. lauren: sounds like a big headache. nicole: we are happy he's right here in the united states on our set. thanks, joe. lauren: in the flesh, coming up after 108-year drought it's time
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to celebrate the world series win in chicago. >> i will be here. of course, i will be here. it's my team, man. >> crazy, it's going to be amazing, it's going to be great. lauren: amazing, we will tell you about preparation of parade in windy city. schools are closed. at the box office. >> your work saved the lives of thousands. >> what if i told you that reality is one of many. lauren: latest marvel comic is heading the screen benedict, a neurosurgeon that loses his hands in a car crash. you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news. come on back
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>> you think you know how the world works? are you think that this material universe is all there it is, but
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what if i told you the reality you know is one of many? >> this doesn't make any sense. >> not everything has to, dr. strange. >> dr. strange is expected to be top at the box office this weekend. dr. steven strange who uses the lose of his hands after tragic car accident. dr. strange to bring in $85 million. the film has already made 182 million internationally. it doesn't look that great to me. lauren: thanks. might be a big hit in the box office. cub fans are still celebrating team's first world series win in 108 years and today they will fill up downtown chicago for a parade worthy of that long wait. the parade will leave 11:00 o'clock eastern and head
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down michigan avenue. the city may turn the chicago river blue for the occasion. meanwhile the television ratings for game 7 hit out of the park. 25% of all tvs were tune intoed the game as more than 40 million people watched it. that's the most in 25 years. the cubs' comeback, that means chicago native dwayne wade wins bet against lebron james. lebron has to show up to the united center in cubs uniform when the cavaliers visit the bulls on september 2nd. wade posted the video to remind james of their bet. >> i'm excited for the city but i'm also excited for my bet. mr. james, let's talk. i have some ideas for you. lauren: i've got some ideas for you. from bros to fose.
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durant had the hot hand. 39 points including career high 7 three-pointers. thunders first loss of this season. thursday night football quarterback matt ryan has put himself in the most valuable player conversation with another shining performance. 344 yards, four touchdowns, helping the falcons tighten grip in first place with the 43 to 28 win over tampa bay buccaneers. his favorite target was julio jones who had 8 receptions for 111 yards and td. nicole: s&p and the nasdaq might both face 9 arrows, s&p and the
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dow is down 7. you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking
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lauren: thank you so much for joining us on fbn:am.
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it's been a busy week. nicole: that's right, we have jobs. we are going to turn it over the mornings with maria. we say good morning to you maria bartiromo. maria: job's friday. good morning, everybody, thanks so much for being with us. i'm maria bartiromo and it is friday november 4th, top stories 6:00 a.m. on the east coast. four days more until election days. voters heading to the polls in four days. donald trump and hillary clinton are barn-storming the swing state this is morning. both campaign in the all-important state in ohio today as the rhetoric is heating up. >> i know there are a lot of people who are upset about what's going on in this campaign, aren't there? people come and talk to me. i've had people say that they can't sleep, that their stomach ax are bothering them. >> 650,000 emails discovered by the fbi include brand-new emails, not previously seen. hillary therefore committed perjury absolutely because

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