and i kid it is a minister call it a terrorist attack on muslims. six people dead in shooting shooting in a mosque in québec. good morning. i am lauren simonetti. drinking good morning. end quote piddly been spared a temporary ban on immigration from seven mostly muslim countries. lauren: nearly 100 countries with interest rate in the jobs report on friday. dow futures up 44 points. nasdaq on 17.
nicole: in asia, markets in china and south korea remain closed in the japan the nikkei fell half of 1% is a strong and handsome optimism over experts. lauren: crude oil prices above $53 a barrel. 5317 to be exact. nicole: right now just that to the 2.5% market. 2.49%. lauren: another computer glitch this computer glitch this time it computer glitch dysthymic delta grants in 15578 with four cancellations today. the latest on the situation for you. nicole: in sports and the surprisingly competitive pro bowl game came down to one in the final minutes and a heartbreaker for the new york knicks against the atlanta hawks last may. we will have the highlights. lauren: monday, january 30th. welcome to "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. breaking this morning, six people shot dead in shot dead and eight injured in a shooting last night at a mosque in québec city canada. the attack happened during evening prayers.
police are calling it an act of terrorism. >> two suspects were arrested and one was arrested here and the other one was arrested at this place. lauren: 50 people were at the mosque at the time of the attack. canada's prime minister justin trudeau sanely condemn the terrorist attack on muslims in a center for shipping refuge. it is heart wrenching to see such senseless violence. diversity is our strength and religious tolerance if the value we as canadians hold dear. new york city police that will increase patrol at mosques and other houses of worship is >> investigators say it is too early to determine the cause of a fire that destroyed a mosque there. that takes some extent misguided saturday. hundreds of people gathered for a prayer service and cautioned.
the investigation could take many months. it go find me page to be felt for months to raise $808,000. >> the white house continues to defend the travel ban on several factors have been predominant countries. practice continues the administration reversed itself saying green card holders will not be prevented from legally returning to the united states. president tribes cancer data plane the impact with chris wallace on fox news sunday. >> talking about 300 though have been detained or are prevented from gaining access to an aircraft in their home countries. that is 1%. i think in terms of the greater protection of our borders of our people, it's a small price to
pay. lauren: tim kaine says the executive order could put some people at risk. >> it does affect green card holders and they are caught up in it. it affects people in special immigrant recess like interpreters to help the u.s. military in foreign countries and now their lives are risking so with giving them the specials that is to come to this country. trinity rep portman says the order was not properly vetted by supports making the visa process more secure. >> our country is not as safe as it should be with plenty of testimony in the last couple years particularly on visa waiver programs. we need to tighten things up. >> protest breaking out at major u.s. airports including those in new york, boston and outside washington d.c. nicole: the biggest tech companies in the u.s. are coming out against president tribes immigration ban. apple sent to come him microsoft
and google all condemn him to ban, saying it would affect employees working here legally as well as their search for talent. starbucks ceo says his company plans to hire 10,000 refugees over five years in 75 countries. >> president tribes bacon is expected to win senate approval this week. republicans do it the first for exxonmobil ceo rex tillerson today with a confirmation vote wednesday. senate democrats including chuck schumer are calling to explain where he stands on recent immigration workers. he previously said he does not support a blanket rejection of any group of people. meanwhile, elaine chao, the paper transportation secretary also likely to win senate confirmation and that would bring total number of cabinet approval this fire.
>> president trumka announces nominee as soon as today. sources close to the process outfoxed is the president is narrative short list down to two federal peers court judges. neil at the 10th circuit and thomas pergament of the third circuit. the late seat on the high court has been vacant since his death last february. trams pick will likely set up the most contentious confirmation battle a year. >> a member of the navy a late seal team six was killed and three others wounded in the raid on al qaeda militants early yesterday. officials say 14 al qaeda fighters were killed in the hour-long battle. the mission marks the first counterterrorism authorization authorized by president trump and cultivate successful adding that it had captured important intelligence that will assist the u.s. in preventing terrorism. nicole: a lot to look forward to
this week on tuesday bank of japan wednesday the fed. thursday bank of england on friday bank of russia. here we go. nikkei in japan down half of 1% and the markets have closed across the board for the rest of the asian markets for the lunar new year. a pretty significant ftse 100 in london town about 1% pay cac down over 1% of the dx of germany 7.8% this morning. right now we are seeing the dow futures down 45-point and s&p futures down six. lauren: all three major averages of 1% last week. weakness today, oil down 10 cents. gold done not even a dollar $11.90 an ounce. traitor 2.5 year low.
last week on friday we see a mixed bag for the u.s. dollar this morning against the euro and the u.k. pound. however, the greenback is weaker against the japanese yen and the pace of gaining some ground. lauren: to yield 2.49%. trimming yields in particular have been writing up this morning as well. delta airlines canceled 175 yesterday says it will cancel at least 80 today because of a computer outage. just before midnight its i.t. systems have returned to normal and a ground stop was lifted. the cancellations and delays with thousands of travelers across the country. some took it better than others. >> we came here in time so we had time for this delay. but i guess the systems are down. >> i think they are handling it the best they can. you can see a lot of angry people around us.
not happy people. >> those with a nice travelers could be outage disrupted flights in atlanta, new york city, and obtain another cities as well. lauren: apple reports its latest numbers after the close tomorrow. it's expected to post a 1.8% drop in earnings. you must expect apple to say it sold about 70 billion iphones at the end of last year. before% increase over the year before. it would be the first time out was not posted a double-digit increase in unit sales in the december quarter. they want their new model. apple had a 14% decline in profit last year because the following iphone sales. the folks that look into this thing are expected to be systematically because the iphones added has a lot of features that customers are willing to pay for, not to mention this all a good 15th anniversary iphone expected to be a hot one.
take a look at apple shares set 25%. under pressure this morning in the premarket closing up 12195 on friday at 12103 this morning. nicole: go watch her face but i'm a big amazon on thursday. snapshots are in for its public offering this week. the ipo could come late this week with a valuation of $25 billion or more. jacket go public sometime in march. cofounder ceo created sobchak five years ago. >> not long ago, the richest man in brazil and it's now been declared a fugitive. batista built an empire by raising billions of dollars. he lost most of his $30 billion fortune after failing to meet oil production goes up one of his companies. police in brazil and thursday of last week but he argued that for the u.s.
batista being investigated for allegedly paid more than $16 billion in bribes to the former governor of rio de janeiro. he said last night he's returning to brazil and will surrender to police. >> today's edition of "the wall street journal." signals turbulence around the french election will calm has blanketed the u.s. stock market european investors are betting on volatility around the french presidential election in april. wells fargo said shareholders over proxy proposal in the wake of his scandal, wells fargo shareholders for the annual meeting to demand brisk management. direct yours for the board and employee bonus payment. under armour is under the guidance after a long streak of analysts earning estimates, the athletic maker is running out of ways to send the shares higher. the latest fourth-quarter results tomorrow.
>> big week for the economy for the federal reserve meeting some interest rate sentiment the jobs data. to does this even matter anymore? >> policy, policy. what keeps the rally going and wyden said his continuous signals that the shrub administration is living on deregulation, reform and infrastructure. >> we're going to ask jerry b. smith what matters to him. temperatures returned to much of the nation. fox senior meteorologist janice dean will have the forecast this week. as a stock index futures are doing. does feature some 45. s&p down six. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news.
lauren: good morning. happy monday. two suspects under arrest in connection to the deadly shooting of the islamic center in québec city last night. six people are dead in a wooded pit canadian prime minister justin trudeau condemning the shooting, calling it a terrorist attack on muslims. thousands of protesters mobbed streets around the country yesterday to voice outrage over president trump's immigration ban. police say within 10,000 people marched in new york. the tribe administration defended the executive order.
flight delays the airline canceled 150 flight overnight the case of the computer outage. the problem blocked out airport passenger screens, force a chance and some are arriving aircraft stuck on the tarmac for hours. delta says the glitch has been fixed but there will be some playing catch-up today. the show you how u.s. stock market futures are trading ahead of the opening bell. all three major averages at the least 1%. trump's first official week in office. today we see some selling. dow futures down 44-point. nasdaq down 18. it's going to be a busy week for investors. the fed meeting on interest rates january jobs report all i'm trapped. we are going to go right now. gary b. smith connected the yuma news contributor. good morning.
>> good morning, nicole. nicole: a busy week ahead. all three indices gained 1% am president trump's first week in office. your thoughts going forward? >> i'll tell you what you already know this since the election or at least since the inauguration, and he week donald trump is president is a huge "newsweek" of the market moving. you can say one the most important things both in the market is donald jay trump and everything else. you know, what he is saying -- i knew as soon as the immigration ban was announced, for example, and you saw the kickback, i then immediately the features are going to be down based on the turmoil. number one thing for people to look at every day is the twitter feed to see what the president has announced and what he's thinking.
the second most important thing is that the market can stay above 20,000. a lot of people think that's a silly arbitrary number. i think it's a confidence booster. the futures are down as you mentioned this morning as he dropped precipitously, we close below 20 k. at least the next two days in the market. >> viewers now may be donald trump is sleeping. ouch we did today. number two, keith blitz last week said 20,000, let's put that in the rearview mirror. the market going to 21,000. do you agree? >> i do. i think there is a lot of positive. love, trump at the above them i love them is moving the market and doing things he was voted on and i think the bulk of those
things are very good for the economy. 21 k. company yeah, that and beyond. nicole: 30,000. why not. gary b. smith, thank you at fox news contributor, banker. lauren: coming up, and sports a surprisingly competitive pro bowl game data one possession in the final minute. before overtime heartbreak over the new york knicks against the atlanta hawks. >> via a new purpose. again and again and again. >> despite calls for boycott, the film adopts purpose has a healthy opening. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news.
nicole: a dog's purpose fell short over the weekend. it came in second place. $18.4 million. and it's a pretty good debut for a movie that cost only about $20 million to make. split held onto the number one spot at the second weekend in a row, earning $26.3 million. in third place at 14 million followed by screen gems has eventually though, the final chapter, lonely and with those little over $12 million. >> now look at the latest from the world of sports. that prescott and orlando, florida for his first nfl pro bowl game.
but of course not in the super bowl. the second quarter with a 26-yard and then you see 720 later in the second trooper is wide open. aldrin dodges the tackle but the 47-yard touchdown. fourth quarter under two minutes left. tennessee 107. her cousins looking over the middle. alexander is about to go down. so lead weaves his way towards the end zone and comes out of nowhere and forces a fumble and when it's one a-13. the next time too. carmelo anthony ties the game on a double overtime tied at one team. courtney lee. the deep three-pointer. howard can't believe it. triple overtime.
brenda schroeder drives the lane, but her fourth overtime this is great. quadruple overtime thriller. 142-139. lauren: dare i say janice dean we have quiet weather today much of the country? reporter: we do. it still feels like winter. i'm not going to give you summer here. in terms of big winter storms, not much to tell you about. temperatures due to cold, not talking about art that plunge. just regular run-of-the-mill player 10 temperatures presenting the chicago, kansas city, memphis, 32 in new york end quote across rockies as well. we do have a couple of clippers
systems fascinating stories that originate from canada across the midwest. they can fix that over the next couple days where we could be the heavier snow totals. as our system right there across the mid-atlantic and northeast on tuesday. not talking about big snowfall totals although some areas across the great lakes could receive 36 inches of snow. maybe where it's too warm for so. the wife looks pretty good. unsettled weather for the northwest but we have turned it off as far as fake rain events for california. we definitely put a dent in the chart in southern california which is great news. not a bad looking forecast if i do say so myself. lauren: i agree with that. janice dean kenneth thank you so much. nicole: another busy week ahead for donald trump as he seeks to
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lauren: breaking news this morning pick a prime minister calling a terrorist attack on muslims. six people dead and issued a minute about mosque. warning. i am lauren simonetti. nicole: good morning. i'm nicole petallides. they trump donald trump is a temporary ban on several different muslim countries. barely 100 countries supporting the discerning the state as a federal reserve meeting on interest rates and the jobs report. u.s. stock market futures ahead of the busy week or down.
dow futures down 41 points. nicole: markets in asia and south korea closed for the holiday. half of 1% as a strong optimism of our exports. lauren: crude oil prices above $53 a barrel. nicole: to tenure by an average around 2.5%. 2.49%. lauren: another computer glitch grounded about 150 flights overnight. the latest on the situation today. nicole: is surprisingly competitive pro bowl game came down to one possession in the final minutes. before overtime heartbreaker the new york knicks against the atlanta hawks. we will have the highlights. lauren: 5:31 a.m. in new york monday, january 30th. welcome to "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. nicole: six people shot dead, eight injured. some others seriously injured shooting last night at a mosque in québec city, canada.
police are calling it an act of terrorism. >> two suspects were arrested and the other one was arrested arrested -- and he was arrested at this place. nicole: 50 people at the mosque at the time of the attack. canadian prime minister justin trudeau's thing and we condemn this terrorist attack on muslims in the center of worship and refuge in at it's heart wrenching to see such senseless violence. diversity is our strength. religious tolerance is the value we as canadians hold dear. new york city police say they will increase patrol but ask for another houses. nicole: entrée lauren: investigators looking for a cause that completely destroyed the mosque there. the islamic center misguided
early saturday and hundreds of service and cautioned against a rush to judgment on the cause of the fire. officials say the investigation could take many months and they go find me.com page has been set up to rebuild the mosque so far more than $800,000 coming in. nicole: the white house to defend president trump's travel ban on seven predominately muslim countries and protests continue as the administration reversed itself on part of the tape stayed green card holders will be prevented. downplaying the impact of the executive order with chris wallace on fox news sunday. >> talking about 300 who have been detained or prevented from gaining access to an aircraft in their home countries. that is 1%. in turn said the upside being greater protection of our borders, it's a small price to pay. the mac republican senator bob
portman says the order was not properly vetted from the big east for the process more secure. >> our country is not as safe as it should be. we've had plenty of testimony in the last couple of years. particularly on visa waiver programs. nicole: are just breaking out of nature out of nature u.s. air force and fernandez in new york, boston and not that of washington. lauren: cbs and the biggest technology companies in the country coming out against president trumps immigration ban. apple sent coke, microsoft and google are condemning the band saying it would affect employees working bakery as well as their search for talent. starbucks ceo says they will hire 10,000 refugees. president trump expected to wind up provoked a spate. they are set to hold their first vote on former exxon mobile rex
tillerson the state. minority leader chuck schumer are calling to explain where he stands on visa and immigration orders. also likely to win confirmation this week. lauren: we are now learning that nominee for supreme court facing us today. the selection process tells fox may as the president has narrowed down to a shortlist of two federal appeals court judges. and you of course each you of course each of the 10th you of course it does attempt to entice you of course each of the 10th circuit thomas hardy benefit third circuit. antonin scalia on the high court has been vacant since his death about one year ago. comes back was set off the most contentious confirmation battle of the year.
nicole: a member of the navy elites hilton was killed. three others wounded in the raid on al qaeda militants in yemen early sunday. officials said 14 al qaeda fighters were killed and nearly hour-long battle. the mission marked the counterterrorism operation authorized by president trump in a statement tribe called the great successful or not adding it captured important intelligence that will assist the united states in preventing terrorism. lauren: and a share, so many of the markets are closed for the lunar new year. very thin trading. the market is open as the japanese in the nikkei down half of 1% today. the shanghai in china, hang seng in hong kong among the markets closed. nicole: watch and also what's going on here. all daring hours after winning the first week. there is some jitters right now on the heels of all the news on immigration. an infinity down three quarters 1%. the cac down 1%. the socialist party leaves now
for elections going forward. german dax down three quarters of 1%. lauren: big week in the u.s. a federal reserve meeting on interest rates midweek. i had a thought that i should mention almost 100 companies, down 42. nasdaq futures down 17 points. lauren: oil was down. now 2 cents 5319 a barrel and have watched a gold also yesterday. down for the request 3%. we can see it higher above 30 at 1192 a try out. transfer the dollar weaker against key currencies this morning. strang at the end, peso and canadian dollar. nicole: rate at 2.49% predetermined bond yield has been rising and that's worth
noting. lauren: delta airlines canceled 170 flights yesterday and will cancel it will cancel it be the worst today because of a computer outage. delta said just before midnight if i.t. systems return to normal underground stop on domestic flights was lifted. the cancellations and delays affecting thousands of passengers across the country. some took it better than others. speed we came here in time so we had time for this delay. but i guess the systems are down. >> i think they are handling it the best they can. you can see a lot of angry people around us. there is not happy people. lauren: those people are kind of nice. the second outage grounds by. the latest one with the sites in atlanta, new york city, houston and tucson. nicole: apple reports its latest numbers after the closing bell after the close in baltimore
with a 1.8% drop in earnings. analysts expect apple to say it sold about 78 million iphones and that would be a 4% increase year-over-year. they would do the first time apple has not posted a double-digit increase in unit sales after launching a new model, athletics 14% decline in profit. the outpost's 10th anniversary of the iphone. apple shares closed at 12195. apple shares of 25% in the past year and all they are is the mark. , had a good run. lauren: snapchat filing for its initial public offering. the ipo could come late this week with a valuation of at least $25 billion. if the filing does come filing does conversely, snape could go public sometime in march. cofounder and ceo of evans be
cocreated snapchat just five years ago. nicole: not long ago, batista was the richest man in brazil. now he's been declared a fugitive and says he returns to brazil to turn himself in. he built an empire by raising billions of dollars to equity offerings into sales. he lost most of his $30 billion fortune after failing to meet production goals of one of the country companies. being investigated for pay more than $16 billion in bribes to the former governor of rio visionary state and he said last night is returning to brazil and will surrender to the police. lauren: today's "wall street journal." fear gauge with turbulence around the election. blanketed the u.s. stock market, european investors betting on volatility ahead, specifically about the french presidential election in april.
wells fargo was some shareholders of her proxy proposals and make up for sale scandal. shareholders proposing resolutions for the spring annual meeting to demand more information about risk management, director suitability and employee bonus payments. under armour is under the gun after a long streak of reading analysts earning estimates. the gear maker running out of ways to send shares higher. under armour reports that latest numbers tomorrow. train to come in upcoming big week for the economy. interest rates for the monthly jobs report out on friday. how much is that even matters? according to mohammed al arian. >> policy, policy, policy. what keeps the policy going and why did they discontinue continue to signal the trump administration is moving onto evacuation, on tax reform and infrastructure. nicole: will talk to gary b.
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nicole: good morning. 5:45 a.m. in new york at that skater caught up what's happening now. connection to the deadly shooting at an islamic center in québec city last night. at least six people are dead, eight wounded. canadian prime minister condemning the shooting and calling it a terrorist attack on muslims. thousands of protesters mobsters around the country on sunday to voice outrage over president trump's immigration band. more than 10,000 people marched in new york at the trump administration is defended the executive order. flight delays at delta airlines
will continue today. at least 105th two fights last night to get to the computer outage and the problem blacked out the airport passenger screening, forces users to check in passengers manually left on the tarmac for hours. the glitch has been fixed but there will be some catch up today. we have a very busy week. but in earnings from the bank of japan, jobs. dow futures down 43. bahrain. lauren: it is certainly going to be a busy week on wall street as corporate earnings pour in. as you mentioned, central bank meetings in a run and japan and of course the jobs report comes out friday morning. joining us once again and and a fox news contributor. good morning. >> at morning, lauren. lauren: well, we talked earlier
that donald jay trump tweet feed at the top. it is interesting and we've been doing the business news has always been the fed meeting. that is strapped down in priority now. i think the jobs report on friday's important not not so much at this time, but maybe the following ones. i think if i had to look at earnings, for me the most important romances announced tomorrow. the index talks about shipping world wide. ups is the index for the u.s., which is kind of a peek into the future as to what companies are doing. we see the main business down the line. i then think they saw a track in could go a lot higher. >> you lots of good tidings. they really are good economic indicator.
he mentioned policy. mohammed al dari and watch another spell. they are supposed to be pretty good euro per year. >> not only will our hands -- the companies do such a great job now almost down to the penny. the earnings will be generally positive. i think you have heard any negative surprises are decanted out. again, but i think is going forward, whether it's apple, ups, facebook saying this is what we see in the future. we have a whole different administration out there. the new sheriff in town. with the companies did in the past, they took a very different going forward. lauren: speaking of twitter, a lot of companies don't want to be caught out by the president either. thank you so much for your time this morning.
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blemish and it's un-american. >> everyone in airports that belong in my america. you are a part of the fabric of who we are. we will shelter freaks and outcasts, those who have no homes. we will as jim hopper, put some people in the face -- [cheers and applause] nicole: one of the winners not speaking out, viola davis who took home the trophy for best supporting actress. a mix of hollywood and politics for you. lauren: the latest in sports. cowboys qb and orlando, florida for his first nfl pro bowl game. that means he's not the super bowl. first play of the second quarter catches a 26-yard. upset and reporter: zero. trooper he finds doug baldwin wide-open. goldwyn defended attack for the
47-yard touchdown. the game is tied at seven. fourth-quarter under two minutes left. dan said then. looking out middle gets picked up by the vents, alexander. about to go down. he weaves its way towards the end zone with a link comes out of nowhere and forces the fumble. but they recover and win 20 reporter: team. lauren: and over time, the knicks are down, ties the game at the jumper. tied at 113. barry's a deep three-pointer to tie the game again. we are going to keep playing. dwight howard cannot believe it. triple ot. dennis schroeder tries and ties the game. we are going to overtime. last chance for new york. courtney lee misses a three come
up against his own, sheet set from the corner. atlanta wins a quadruple overtime thriller 142-web are denied. nicole: before you head out the door, fox senior meteorologist janice dean. good morning. reporter: good morning, boren and a cold. it's cold outside, feels like winter time. but the real cold tears up in canada where it should be. the rest of the country dealing with a little cooler than average across the great lakes and the northeast. for relatively calm weather pattern which is great to see after the storm was seen over the past few weeks. we do have a couple quick moving storms that dive across the ohio valley and call them the persistence. they are fascinating. they don't cause a lot of problems, but we could see some snow with these systems as they go to the next couple days. there is her first quick mover. one to three inches of snow,
some areas downwind of the great lakes and appellations could get higher total. otherwise, not a huge fake snow system which is great news. the northwest looks relatively calm. a little bit of moisture making its way across the northwest with brain, but not the big storms we've seen over the past couple weeks that it is sickly almost erased the drought in california. look at this, ladies. over the last couple weeks that almost erased the drought in california. we are dealing with exceptional drought over much of california. the good news this morning. back to you. nicole: beautiful maps. janice didn't commit thank you. lauren: coming up to an anonymous donor who help avert 153 school students. endingtree.
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you right through the next next several hours. monday january 30. the top stories 6:00 a.m. president trump looking to set the record straight. this weekend following his executive order on immigration and extreme vetting. they're sending the measure it's only about protecting the american people. >> your town about 325,000 people from overseas came into the country just yesterday through our airports. your tech protect about 300 some who have been detained who are prevented from gaining access to an aircraft in their home country that's 1%. the upside being greater protection of our borders of our people. it's a small price to pay. >> it is to ensure that we have for their vetting restrictions so that we know who is coming into this