nicole: breaking news this morning. fbi director james governor crist another rich hours before voters go to the polls and we're counting 24 hours from right now. comey sends a letter as the candidates today by mr. in the battleground states. good monday morning and i am lauren simonetti. nicole: im nicole petallides. some uncertainty from the election outcome. stock market futures soaring ahead of the opening bell. dow futures at 247.1.4%. lauren: dollars searching after the fbi said it adds no new
evidence in the click of a mouse. the nikkei surging 1.6% to 271 points. and china's shanghai composite that peer nicole: lauren: a new study shows wall street bonuses expected to decline for a third straight year following best mergers, limited trading at dignity and poor hedge fund returns. nicole: oakland raiders dominate the broncos. all the sports highlights for you. lauren: 5:01 a.m. in new york. monday, november 7th, the day before election day. welcome to the latest breaking news. nicole: former attorney general janet reno has died at the first woman to serve as attorney general died from complications of parkinson's disease. she served eight years as the
nation's top prosecutor under president gasparino. she figured into some of the scandals during the administration in living mama lewinsky, campaign finance in a 1996 reelection. janet reno was 78 years old. lauren: the fbi decides to not take charges against hillary clinton. jim comey sends a letter to congress thing we have not changed our conclusion that we expressed in july. this after the fbi reviewed e-mails found on the computer of anthony, the estranged husband of huma abedin. nicole: tracheotomy, chairman of the benghazi committee with this reaction. >> a close book book on what they know now. 10 days ago we did no huma abedin failed to return over her devices. investigations are never over unless jeopardy is attached via this investigation is over based
on what they know, but they don't know what they don't know. nicole: national committee chairman reince priebus saying the case is not over. >> i don't know how many blackberry she had. if they have other documents they are going to review them and there'll be another letter back to this committee from comey same guess what, we found this spirit nicole: paul ryan issuing a statement saying )-right-parenthesis the decision the fbi investigation put the nation's secrets at risk and in doing so compromised our national security. as he set the news has been sparking a rally over on wall street. the latest is 15 uncertainty from election outcome. the s&p 500 down nine days in a row but this morning could snap them straight to the downside. s&p futures at 30.
dow futures of 246 points. lauren: during a rally in michigan, donald trump claiming hillary clinton is protect it by a great system. >> you can't review 650,000 new e-mails. you can't do it folks. hillary clinton is guilty. she knows it, the fbi knows it, the people know it and now it's up to the american people to deliver justice at the ballot box on november 8th. lauren: hillary clinton in new hampshire last night and she did not mention the fbi's decision. >> i want us to have a non-growing discussion about how we are all going to contribute to making our country all it should be. i really believe that america's last year's sars go ahead of us. if we all do our part here and
lauren: clinton is campaigning in pennsylvania, michigan and north carolina will donald trump is set to visit florida, north carolina, pennsylvania, new hampshire and michigan. nicole: "wall street journal" nbc news poll shows clinton leading trump or four points. clinton gets 44%, donald trump 40%. gary johnson is at 6% agreed party candidate shall dinette 2%. a new pool at 10:00 a.m. eastern. lauren: wikileaks at the new batch of the most of the democratic national committee. some show cnn allegedly asking the dnc for interview questions to last donald trump and ted cruz. stating in part looking for questions.
please send some topical interesting ones. the release of a dozen new mails published over 50,000 e-mails to put campaign chairman john podesta appeared back to work for election day. the city has filed a motion in state court to halt the massive strike nearly 5000 workers went on strike last monday after they failed to reach a contract agreement. buses, trolleys come the subways provide 900,000 miles a day have been shut down since. the court expected year the city's motion later this morning. lauren: the battle to retake rocco for my is now underway. kurdish led. versus fact they are part clashing with iraq. the goal is to isolate and liberate the city which seems to be the capital basis.
>> i'm excited to participate in this operation because rocca is a city import not only to the entire middle east the one of the major strongholds dionysius still in control and because of this i'm excited to participate in the operation to free rocca. >> an estimated 5000 isis fighters. the isis held city of mosul. nicole: magnitude 5.0 earthquake centered near one of the world's largest oil storage terminal spent damage to important facilities. a few minor injuries reported in residents dare say it was scary. >> i heard the whole house shaking. i heard the rumbling underground nothing in our house broker fell off the walls or anything. >> might yet wouldn't grab off
that badly ran outside. the after shakes are just crazy. nicole: the earthquake was felt as far as iowa, illinois and texas that thousands of earthquakes in oklahoma and nearly all of them have been traced to the underground induction of wastewater left over from the oil and gas production. lauren: a critical gas leak pipeline up and running following a deadly explosion last week. service was restored yesterday on this pipeline which carries gas from the gold coast to hear it new york city. one person died, four others injured in that accident. but the gas bill colonial pipeline operates the pipeline may take several days for fuel deliveries to return to normal. in the meantime we're watching gas prices.
nicole: let's take a look at the global market action in asia. the shanghai composite index in china at the quarter 1%. japan's nikkei up 1.6%. also gaining three quarters of 1%. lauren: stocks opening higher and still trading to the upside. check out the cac in paris. the ftse in london in 1.4%. nicole: up about 4.5%. watch financials today. the s&p 500 looking to snap nine days of selling. that's up about 30 points of 1.5% and the nasdaq up 77-point right now. lauren: oil is higher by 1.5% to $44.75 a barrel. gold back its 20 bucks right now.
nicole: that's the insurgency so now they pull it off from gold to the investigation to volkswagen emission emissions scandalous reaching the top of the company. german prosecutors now having the chairman of supervisory board. the investigators allege the companies management cap the company shareholders in the dark about the u.s. diesel investigation and the financial risks as well. volkswagen says it is cooperating with investigators. lauren: a smaller bonus check once again this year. the watch report says the year-end awards they are expected to be around 5% to 10% smaller than last year. the shrinkage reflects a slowdown in mergers and acquisitions of companies going public. less profitable for the banks. don't be too concerned they have employees that firms including goldman sachs among the best paid americans. the average salary last year
$350,000. that was the average. nicole: walt disney stocks. thanks to higher attendance at disney theme parks. companies do ceo joe poppa wants to restore investor confidence and manage the heavy debt load. will be listening for any update on the sale of assets. and then there's priceline will release its quarterly numbers after the closing bell today. analysts look for the travel company to post revenue from one year ago. lauren: threats of terror attacks out of the carriage. >> i don't think either one is equipped to deal with something like 9/11 possibly. now we talk about individualized
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nicole: 5:15 a.m. in new york. let's get caught up on what's happening now. fbi director james clement said the agency has reviewed all of the clayton's e-mails that were recently discovered in an unrelated case in a decision not to prosecute her for using a private e-mail servers still stands. reaction on the campaign trail with reporters in michigan that the investigation will go on. clinton being protected by a rigged system. meanwhile "the wall street journal" nbc news polls by four points. donald trump has 40%.
that will be right around fox business during burning company as well. another down year for wall street bonuses. u.n. reports expected to be about 5% to 10% more than last year. even with the clients employees such as goldman sachs group still remain among the best paid americans last year average of $350,000. u.s. stock market futures. the nasdaq down nine trading days sally not with a different picture. but there is around the globe. s&p at 30 points and about 238 points for futures. nicole: terrorism one of the top two issues of the presidential campaign. threats of terror attacks ahead of the election affect voting?
>> i nonetheless longer juggling work and raising two young children. like so many voters terrorism is an issue that matters but for them it is deeply personal. >> i'm a native new yorker who lost my fiancé on 9/11. >> live in suburban virginia not far from the site with a 77 crashed the logs. prevalence of terrorism. >> a little more sensitive to it with our children growing up and i see that there's just more of a chance. she hasn't heard anything from the candidate to get the peace of mind. i don't think either one of them equipped to deal with like 9/11 possibly. now we're talking about individualized attacks. >> we are going to stop radical islamic terrorism in this country. she won't even mention the words of april president obama.
>> we need to keep our eye on isis. i want to have intelligent search that protects us at home. >> clinton administration takes a isis in iraq and neisseria to defeat international terror networks in further support first responders on the front lines here at home. the trump administration promises to crush ice is through aggressive coalition military operations in the rebuild u.s. forces with improved intelligence and fiber capabilities. trump who wants a war with mexico draws a distinction with clinton on refugees. >> when i'm elected president we elected president we would suspend the syrian refugee program. and we will keep radical islamic terrorists out of our country. >> i'm not going to let anyone into this country who is now guided, who we do not have confidence in, but i did not, but i've not going to slam the door on women and children. reporter: the justice department reported 49 new international
terrorism prosecutions in increase of 10% over 2015. while both candidates plan to disrupt online recruiting, neither offer specifics. >> isis right now is the most prominent terror group on the world stage. >> homeland security secretary jeh johnson said the next administration will wrestle with digital jihads. >> when you look at their recruitment efforts on social media, on the internet, it is like, it is impressive. it has a western flavor to it. >> the latest fox news poll shows voters are divided and not the consistent trend throughout the election cycle. lauren, nicole. lauren: katherine harris, thank you. trade to the oakland raiders dominate the denver broncos. we will have all the highlights for you. the weekend box office. >> what if i told you that
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top-five earning over over $6 this weekend. tree into the oakland raiders are off to their best start in 15 years. last night secure possession of a first place in the afc west after overpowering the denver broncos 30-20. the star of the game ran for 114 yards and three touchdowns. the score was bringing back forward on a 69-yard catch and run touchdown. that wasn't enough for a comeback. in green bay, quarterback aaron rodgers couldn't pull off another comeback. ran into trouble in the first play of the game against the indianapolis colts. they have added 99-yard kickoff return for a touchdown and never recovered as they lost 31-26 and finished at 281 yards and a touchdown. chicago still celebrating the world series when.
this case to block out with a victory by bringing cubs players onto the ice with the championship trophy. marian knows in overtime and the blackhawks beat for-three to their sixth consecutive victory. lauren: donald trump and hillary clinton barnstorming battleground states to drum up votes but just one day before election day. >> right now she's being protected by a rigged system. >> i want us to have an ongoing discussion about how we are all going to contribute to making our country all it should be. nicole: fbi director james cohn declares hillary clinton again in the e-mail scandal given a big boost to stocks around the world. the show you how we are shaping up after nine straight days of losses for the s&p 500. longest losing streak in 36
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stock index futures. dow futures surging 272 points. >> the u.s. dollar surging a the fbi found no evidence that liquid e-mail. the nikkei up 1.5%. china's shanghai composite index up one quarter 1%. they lost 10% last week 81.5%. trinity wall street bonuses expected to decline for the third straight year in hedge fund returns. all of those pilots and sports coming up. 5:31 a.m. in new york late monday, november 7th. we welcome you to "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. breaking news this morning. philadelphia's transit finally and one day before the election season and city transit agency
reached a new contract agreement. this after nearly 5000 workers went on strike last monday. buses, trolleys, subways provide 900,000 rides a day were shut down a week. lauren: back to normal by tomorrow. former attorney general janet reno has died. the first woman to serve as u.s. attorney general died early this morning from complications of parkinson's disease. she served eight years as the nation's top prosecutor under president bill clinton. she figured into the controversies and scandals that have been during the clinton administration including whitewater, monica lewinsky and campaign finance in the 1996 reelection. janet reno was 78 years old. nicole: the fbi decides not to seek charges against hillary clinton. james coleman sent a letter to congress saying and we not changed our conclusions that we
express in july. this after the fbi reviewed e-mails found on the can peter and anthony, strange has ended someone. lauren: republican congressman trey gaudi on the kelley filed last night with his reaction. >> it closes the book on what they know now. 10 days ago we didn't know someone had failed to turn over her devices. unless jeopardy is attached. this investigation is over based on what they know, but they don't know what they don't know. lauren: republican national committee chairman reince priebus say in this case is not over. >> i don't know how many blackberry she had. if they find another but very or computer, if they have other documents, they will review them and there'll be another letter back to this committee from
comey same guess what, we found this. lauren: paul ryan's same regardless of this decision the undisputed finding that the fbi's investigation is that secretary clinton put our nation secret at risk and in doing so compromised our national security. as we said earlier, the new spec in a huge rally on walls three. investors interpreted the latest news as lifting uncertainty from the election outcomes in dow futures up to 38. s&p up 29, breaking what could have been a 10 day losing streak. train to the market taking a breather but those polls are tight. donald trump claiming hillary clinton is protected by a rigged system. >> you can't review 650,000 new e-mails in eight days. you can't do it, folks. hillary clinton is guilty. she knows it, the fbi knows that, the people know it.
and now it is up to the american people to deliver justice at the ballot box on november 8th. nicole: clinton was campaigning in new hampshire tt ght but she did not mention the fbi's decision. >> i want us to have an ongoing discussion about how we are all going to contribute to making our country all it should be. i really believe that america's best years are still ahead of us. if we all do our part. nicole: clinton is campaigning in pennsylvania, michigan and north carolina. donald trump said to visit five states. florida, north carolina -- lauren: whilst drake journal poll shows hillary clinton leading donald trump by four points with 44% support. trump 40%.
libertarian candidate geri thompson a 6% and green party candidate jill stein comes in at 2%. a brand-new fox news all scheduled to be released this morning. 10:00 a.m. eastern time. get the result during guardian company. lauren: looking forward to that. a new batch of events the democratic national committee today. some in-laws showed cnn as the dnc for interview questions to pose to donald trump and ted cruz. one e-mail from dnc officials to another party staffers stating in part cnn is looking for questions. please send some topical interesting ones. the release of 8000 new e-mails coming after wikileaks published over 50,000 e-mails of clinton campaign chairman john podesta appeared lauren: jury selection set to begin in the federal trial of doing roof, the 22-year-old accused of killing nine (-left-paren shamanic at the church in south carolina last year. where faces numerous charges.
he has said he would be guilty and face life imprisonment for debt load is ruled out. this is the first of two death penalty trials. a second trial in south carolina state court which focuses on murder charges expected in january. nicole: magnitude 5.0 earthquake stricken central oklahoma last night. the quake centered in one of the largest oil storage terminal's they have damaged important facilities. residents there say it was scary. >> i heard the whole house shaking. i went outside and heard the rub when the ground. nothing in our house broker fell off the walls or anything. >> i felt that all shaking. but yet went and grabbed my cousin of her bunk bed and we ran outside. the after shakes were crazy. train to the earthquake was felt
far away as iowa, illinois and texas are your cousins in recent years and nearly all of them have been traced to the underground injection wastewater left over from the oil and gas production. we will be watching gasoline prices heard the possible reaction from the latest earthquake. the critical gas pipeline that was down for several days is now up and running again after shut down following a deadly explosion last week. service restored yesterday in the colonial pipeline which carries out from the gold coast in new york city. one person dead, for the centered while repairs were being made that the gas bill in september. a lot of incidences in recent months. colonial pipeline company that operates to find says it may take several days for fuel deliveries to return to normal.
but there is around the globe would begin in asia. we see the nikkei up 1.6%. the shanghai composite in china up a quarter of 1%. hsbc bank up over 4% this morning. hong kong's hang seng and three quarters to 1%. european stocks were higher. we saw global rally after the fbi director cleared hillary clinton in the e-mail investigation. the ftse up 91 points or 1.3%. the dax in germany up 159-point. not only do so in that happened last week another bounce back and see it right here at home. the s&p down nine days in a row has an up arrow about are deployed. the dow also down seven days in a row but today at 240-point. lauren: oil prices down 10% coming back today at 1.5%. gold down $17 an ounce.
nicole:'s and strengthen the u.s. dollar worth noting. the investigation to to volkswagen simitian scandals reaching the top of the company. officials say german prosecutors are now adding the chairman of the supervisory board. the investigators allege that the management willfully kept the company shareholders in the dark about the u.s. investigation and potential risks. it is cooperating with investigators. nicole: the united states to launch an investigation into chinese steel company. "the wall street journal" "wall street journal" reported in the commerce department looks into whether companies should feel through vietnam to avoid import tariffs. the development comes after producers alleged that chinese competitors diverted shipments to vietnam after the u.s. government said antidumping duties on stainless steel. nicole: smaller bonuses again this year. the closely watched report and year-end awards are elected to
be around 5% to 10% smaller than last year. the slowdown in mergers and acquisitions and come it is going public increase regulation has made trading less profitable. don't be too concerned. the decline late firms such as goldman sachs among the best paid americans. the average salary was $350,000 last year. lauren: the number one concern for american voters is the economy. what do the candidates plan to do about it? >> all of our policy should be cured for keeping jobs and wealth inside of the united states. lauren: dan springer has our report. let's check in right now on this rally across the globe right here in the u.s. dow futures up 1.3%. s&p futures up 1.4%. the polls are still so close between hillary clinton and donald trump good oil moving to the upside today jumping 1.5%
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lauren: 5:45 in new york. the fbi cleared hillary clinton again. fbi director james stubbs versus the agency has revealed e-mails discovered in an unrelated case and that his decision not to prosecute her for the private e-mail server still stands. reaction on the campaign trail would twist and told reporters in michigan the investigation will go on and clinton was being protected by a rigged system. meanwhile a new "wall street journal" poll shows clinton leading by four points. clinton gets 44% support. a brand-new fox news poll scheduled to be released
10:00 a.m. eastern today during guardian company. good news for workers in pennsylvania. the transit strike is now older. an agreement has been reached two hours ago. subways, trolley should be up and running later today and certainly by tomorrow political leaders breathing a sigh of relief appeared to strike. let's check in on stock index futures and 25 hours before the first votes are cast on election day. we have a sharply higher market. at 236 points. s&p futures up 29. nasdaq up 75. trained to look at the headlines in today's edition of "the wall street journal." profits begin to rebound after declining for four straight
quarters. something executives are cautious when it comes to results for the coming year. china may allow wall street banks to run their own investment they gave that the long-awaited would give more access to the hard to crack domestic market. debeers is taking steps to counter the threat of man-made diamond. some experts say the high-quality stones made in the labs could undermine the value of the tire diamond industry. look at some of the stocks to watch. the media company in the park operator to pose a slight increase in revenue. when it reports latest quarterly results the improvement t eggs to higher attendance at tuesday's u.s. theme parks. earnings from value pharmaceuticals tomorrow morning. the new ceo wants to restore investor confidence. investors look for updates on the sales of assets.
the quarterly numbers after the closing bell today. analysts look for the company to post higher earnings for sale in revenue from a year ago. lauren: we told you earlier that number too concerned with terror while the number one concern for voters is the economy. dan springer has details on what the presidential nominees plan to do about the economy. >> the federal government is allowing companies to rip this country off like you've never seen. >> the u.s. has lost 2.1 million manufacturing jobs expected to leave over the next decade. term solution with existing trade deals, penalize companies that outsource jobs and cut business taxes to 15% to entice them to stay. >> all of our policy should be cured towards keeping jobs and wealth in sight of the united states.
>> eloquent and would pump up the economy with the tax-cut for the middle-class and small businesses and she wants than $300 billion on roads and riches, 300 billion on paid family leave at 500 billion on college tuition subsidized the families with less than 25,000 a year.to make college tuition free for the middle-class and debt-free for everyone. >> clinton wants to raise taxes by $1.5 trillion over 10 years. she focuses on high earners, corp., investment gains in all his days with at least $3.5 million. >> wall street corporations wall street corporations and the superrich should finally pay their fair share of taxes. reporter: keep the slowest at this no-space. union membership has continued its steady decline in for the first time ever, the bureau of labor statistics reports as many union workers and government jobs to the private sector.
they plan to increase spending on health care and infrastructure infrastructure will help those who remained. lauren: dan springer, thank you. trade to oakland raiders dominate the denver broncos will have all the highlights for you. at the weekend box office. >> what if i told you that reality is one of many. tran do cast the spell of the box office becoming another superhero for marvel. all of the weekend winners. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets of all of the errors in breaking news. ♪
>> you think you know how the world looks. you think this material universe is all there is. what if i told you the reality is it's one of many. >> this doesn't make any sense. >> not everything has to. nicole: dr. strange dazzled at the box office for the film brought in $85 million they can attend largest opening for a marvel movie. dr. strange has now earned 325.4 worldwide. two marks latest animation film
troll exceeded expect patients by nearly $10 million. earning $44.6 million. hacks dollars. tax average took third place at 14.8 billion followed by tyler parry blue, a medea halloween. inferno with the top five and in a little over 6 million. lauren: look at the latest in sports. oakland raiders after their best start in 15 years last night. the possession first place in the afc west after overpowering the denver broncos 30-20. 114 yards and denver made the running back scored on a 69-year-old touchdown. it wasn't enough to not see combat. the broncos in third place. in green bay packers quarterback aaron rodgers could pull off another comeback. the packers ran into trouble in the very first play against the indianapolis colts.
they let a 99-yard kickoff return for a touchdown and never recovered as they lost 31-26. colts qb andrew let's finish 281 yards passing the touchdown. chicago still celebrating the cubs world series when did the blackhawks are the victory by bringing some cubs players on the ice with the championship trophy right there. after the hockey game, marriott hosts a scored an ode to the blackhawks beat the dallas stars for-3 for their sixth consecutive victory. nicole: coming up, "mornings with maria." s&p futures up 1.5% at 30, dow futures gained 241. you are watching "fbn:am." it's not ♪ why do protein drinks taste chalky?
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bartiromo, and it is monday november 7th. top stories on the east coast. for election down to the wire. another clinton bomb shell overnight. fbi clearing hillary clinton begin second time in letter to congress, congress says there's no new evidence to recommend charges in the e-mail scandal. donald trump went on the attack. >> right now she's being protected by a totally rigged system. she knows it and the fbi knows it. i know that there's a lot of frustration and even anker in thlection season. i see it, i hear it, sometimes i'm the subject of it. i get it. but anker is not a plan. anker is not going to get us new jobs. maria: new questions with paid to play.