sandra: breaking news this morning. the roller coaster ride for investors shows no signs of slowing down, folks. welcome to "fbn:am." i am the whole penalty fees. >> after sinking 272 points on friday, stock index futures are sharply up with features october 200 points sec in your screen. i had at the opening bell you can see the dow pointing to a much higher open. s&p higher by 34 right now.
stocks in china rallied for the first time in five days. the stocks in japan fell after the country released economic data showing that shrinking. shanghai composite up almost 3%. >> in europe stocks open higher in the back of the gains in china and better-than-expected economic news out of germany. still open for business. ftse trading higher by 85 and the dax fell trading higher as well. nicole: which way does oil go. crude oil down 2.5%. 4494 something again amid concerns a slowdown in global growth. cheryl: there we go. gold prices slipping in overnight trading as you can see gold is down a fraction, more than $2. nicole: the dollar weakening. the euro, u.k. pound, mexican peso all stronger with the
exception that the japanese yen. cheryl: yields on the treasury bond rising overnight as you can see the yield two and one quarter%. welcome to "fbn:am," your first look at what is living in today's market with the latest breaking news on what to expect for the day ahead. nicole: stocks fell on friday with the worst performance of the year after the august jobs report failed to give investors a better idea of what the federal reserve will do, when they will raise the short-term interest rates. stock futures sharply higher. since 1:00 a.m. gaining momentum. what can investors expect? we bring and show randall who joins us on the phone. we have seen such crazy volatility. how are you feeling right now? >> yeah, it's been a crazy summer. it feels like everyone is back to work.
proper money is now going to work in its positive so we see a good start to the week and it feels like that might carry on in the stability is there a little bit more. cheryl: do you expect the market as a point to a much higher open to correct themselves this week to the positive after last week's big losses? >> yeah, money will be there. i don't think investment will make careful choices after the summer, so a couple more weeks and we will still see what's happening in china. they were a bit worried today so i think we will see how that plays out. it does feel more positive after the panic we saw in august. cheryl: to your point, chinese exports down 6.1% for the second month in a row. that continues to china story.
at the same time the gdp revision in japan where we started down 1.2%. it was better than before. what are we following a look at a in the meantime, nikkei negative for 2015. >> china is the big story and how it will play out. china is trying to turn itself into a consumer economy. that is really to really. it is how the authorities deal with that and that's a big unknown with beijing. china leads asia and the rest of the world but it's going to be a couple weeks before we see the picture. nicole: thank you for your insight. everybody is back. it's tuesday morning, labor day over here in the states. thanks again, joe. now the trading desks are full.
cheryl: everybody's back to work and it's going to be politics. democratic presidential candidate hillary clinton says she doesn't need to apologize for using a private e-mail account server. in an interview with "the associated press," mrs. clinton says what i did was allowed and the e-mail scandal has not even sure campaign that continues to be an issue in her campaign including carly fiorina. >> we cannot have a president of the united states who has lied about her e-mails and your lies about the server in her basement either. cheryl: meanwhile, bernie sanders is now leading clinton by nine points in new hampshire. president obama signed an executive order with contractors to offer paid sick days to employees. it will give 300,000 workers up
to seven days paid sick leave each year in a speech in boston the president also pressing congress on this. >> i am calling on congress. take a cue from the rest of the world. were together in a bipartisan fashion. find a way to make paid leave, paid family medical leave a reality for all americans. that is something we should be doing. cheryl: some business groups argue the executive order would make it harder to retain federal contract nursing could hurt economic growth. >> congress preparing for nuclear deal. lawmakers for the disapproval measures to pass on friday. president obama secured the final vote to protect the deal with congressional opponents. republicans an additional additional legislation of that new sanctions on iran. dick cheney appeared on fox news sunday discussing the issue.
>> the overall outcome would need to shift significantly. they will end up dominating not because of the nuclear deal but the lifting of the embargo on ballistic missiles. it's a big deal, a major, major defeat. cheryl: cheney is scheduled to deliver further remarks at the labor institute. nicole: british versus kerry had a drum straight carrying out the isis members in syria. david cameron said the militants including two british men plotting to kill the queen and other members of the royal family and the prime minister says the operation was done august 21st. britain is not taking part in the military campaign when they rejected it two years ago. and it was out of world war ii
and never going to do it that day. let's get you caught up. a look at asia. stocks in asia with the hang seng index closing up higher. and you can cost the trading down. nicole: after a tough week last week, a lot of green on the screen. the ftse, cac and the dax all up to 224-point ccf itself. cheryl: stock market futures looking like this is your wake up right now. the dow, s&p and nasdaq will trade substantially higher. three and half hours ago. looking good now. people stepping away from commodities. oil down 2.5% at 4490. trading a little bit lower as you see on your screen from local down $1.90.
>> the dollar trading against other key currencies. the japanese yen. cheryl: the yield on the ten-year treasury as you can see and your screen is trending up by 2.7 basis points. the yield 2.15%. nicole: apple fans, a big day tomorrow. the company expected to unveil new products including the updated iphone six s. the iphone six as plus. analysts look for an improved rear facing camera, more pixels and the like. the new iphone is expected to feature something called for sketch that lets you do different things based on how they price the device and company may also announce new apple tv capabilities with a dedicated app store. all of this is brewing so we can't wait to hear more.
cheryl: cannot wait. here's some competition for apple. a tablet for 50 bucks. amazon.com plans to release one in time for the holiday season. the newspaper says the tablet will have a six-inch screen and be half the price of amazon's cheapest fire tablet. sources say the new product comes as the company struggles to draw customers to its pricier tablets. the new one will be for buyers who wanted device to stream video at home and shopping at amazon.com. nicole: something we do all the time. general electric may be in the verge of its biggest deal ever. set to approve ge purchase of a power business for $17 billion. the french multinational company was interested in electricity generation, rail transport markets. general electric has been trying for eight months to convince the european union that the deal won't lead to higher prices for
gas by in europe. >> everybody coming up a lot more on "fbn:am." one dethroned "straight outta compton" at the box office. >> five or yourself. ♪ >> faith-based war room to the glory over a slow labor day weekend. we'll have details for you. and sports, roger federer advances that andy murray exile. we will have the tennis highlights. check in u.s. stock index futures. the european nasdaq looking pretty good. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪
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cheryl: faith-based movie waterworld taken the crown of the movies this labor day weekend. it was enough to snag the top spot from the reigning champ "straight outta compton." the biopic coming in at number two with an estimated 11.1 aliens after three weeks at the top of the burden of total domestic haul to an impressive $150 million. rounding out the top three is a robert redford flick, a walk in the woods. this weekend to finish with an historically low 117 million in ticket sales.
nicole: was a nice weekend. turning now to robert fedor. last night seeking a six u.s. open title and he will now face number 12 in the quarterfinals. focus all over for andy murray at the u.s. open. kevin andersen on the south africa. it was the first time since the year 2010 that murray was beaten before the finals in the first win in the fourth round. the williams sisters square off in the finals of the u.s. open today. wish i could be there. serena is trying for the first time since 1988. both sisters are ready. >> even though you play a sister, you have to be prepared and focused their preparation doesn't change.
it is still super intense. she's doing well and she wants to win this and so do i. it's not easy. cheryl: no way that could be easy. the pressure is on. this will be the state meeting. each of them have won twice so battling it out. cheryl: we have to look at global markets because it's a good story. looking pretty good right now as you can see over in asia the market's trading mixed bags but this is pretty good news considering what happened friday. shanghai, hang seng, both markets trending higher. nicole: a couple deals abroad. you see all the green arrows, ftse, cac all a player. the ftse up 1.5% and the dax 205.
cheryl: u.s. stock market futures. the dow, s&p and nasdaq all point to a much higher open as you can see on your screen. the dow with a blockbuster day. nicole: at checking the oil right now at 45 the 4511. down just over 2%. cheryl: taking a look at gold right now. cool down as well. a lovely night team in change. nicole: you have the euro, pound, u.k. pound canadian dollar stronger against the greenback while the japanese yen is weaker. cheryl: look at the yield on the 10 year treasury right now. the other 2.15%, a gain of nearly three basis points. nicole: congress is back in session. the u.n. nuclear deal tops the agenda. >> if you look at what happened with respect to the iranian deal, deal the winner are the iranians. they got everything they asked for.
the losers are the united states, the friends and allies that the united states, the israelis, saudi's and others. cheryl: top controversial topic continues in may and president obama a narrow victory. there may be blowback for democrats. what would you pay? $2 million have longed? one chinese gaming executives did. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and ricky ms. morning markets and breaking news. ♪
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i am cheryl casone and four sandra. nicole: u.s. stock index futures slightly higher at dow futures up 270 points. we've been gaining momentum the last several hours. the s&p up 35 handles at around 1:45 a.m. this morning. the momentum continuing this morning. >> stocks in china rallied for the first time in five days. feedback funds by an chinese stocks in japan fell after the country released economic data showing the economy shrinking. >> all the mixed data right now in europe looking higher. sharply higher in the back of the gains in china and some better than expected economic news. you can see the ftse, cac and dax all up higher. cheryl: let's move to oil. crude oil prices slumping amid concerns of a slowdown in global growth.
4513. down by 2%. nicole: with all the market volatility, right now either love it and 28 triads. cheryl: the dollar weakening against other currencies overnight trading right now as you can see the euro, u.k., pound and canadian dollar and the mexican peso. the only winner for us is the japanese yen. nicole: the yield on the treasury 2.15%. welcome to "fbn:am," your first look at what is known in today's markets, the latest breaking news and what to expect for this very busy day ahead as people get into their desk. cheryl: we do have breaking news this morning. democratic presidential candidate hillary clinton does not need to apologize for using a private e-mail account. an interview saying what i did was allowed. she also said the scandal has not damaged her campaign that
the attack continues including her opponent carlie fiorina. >> we cannot have a president of the united states who has lied about her e-mails and your lies about server in her basement. cheryl: meanwhile, a poll shows bernie sanders now leads clinton by nine points in new hampshire. nicole: president obama signing an executive order requiring federal contract is to offer paid sick days to the employees. it would give 300,000 work are set to seven days of paid sick leave each year. in his speech in boston, the president also president and congress. >> take a cue from the rest of the world to work together in a bipartisan fashion. find a way to make paid leave, paid family medical leave a reality for all americans.
that is something we should be doing. >> some businesses argue would make it harder for small businesses to retain federal contract or said could hurt economic growth. cheryl: congress preparing for a battle over the iran nuclear deal this week lawmakers began debating a disapproval masher tomorrow, when expected to pass on friday. president obama secured the final vote to protect a deal for the congressional opponents already republicans threaten additional legislation to put new sanctions on iran. dick cheney appeared on fox and friends sunday discussing the issue. >> it will fit on trains which significantly. they wind up dominating because of the nuclear deal but also the lifting of the embargo on ballistic missiles unconventional weapons. it is a big deal, image or
defeat. >> cheney is scheduled at the american enterprise institute. nicole: asian stocks ended mixed after chinese data trade. japanese growth figures show some headway into the global economy they are. a little better than prior. let's get a closer look at asian markets. business reporter tracey chang abides in beijing. tracey is a reporter for chinese state television. good morning. reporter: good morning, nicole. the nikkei composite rose surprising in the late afternoon getting more than 3% despite trade data and remains pretty much low throughout the day. is put in baking and logistics service protect yours. the hong kong was last in as well. the hang seng at 3.3%. moving to tokyo, japanese shares
slow by 2.5% with dismal trade data and the stronger down with exporters. the kospi and in a red down three tenths of 1%. back to you ladies. nicole: thank you so much for your insight. it's interesting earlier are just said they had all of this top money managers who are bullish. for 2015 the targets of 2150 on the s&p for the end of the year and they are bullish going into 2016. cheryl: everybody is back in business and back at their desk doing trading. we do want to look at global markets right now. in particular are just coming in from europe same things as strong as you can see. the ftse, cac 40 and the dax all higher as the markets run at
their afternoon of trading. lauren: we've gotten some momentum. the dow, nasdaq and s&p futures of 277 points after losing over 500 points last week. bouncing back. >> oil is done within 2%. 4512. cheryl: goal down one 10th of a percent. finally taking a look at the dollar. the euro, u.k. trending higher as well as the mexican peso is the japanese yen weaker today. 2.15%. a lot of people watching this closely. warren buffett in new york city today to have lunch with the winner of the annual charity auction. the chinese gaming company with the top $2.35 million.
proceeds go to the glide foundation that runs antipoverty programs in san francisco. liz claman will sit down with the chairman and ceo. don't miss back to talk about the business, our economy at a good glimpse into that. cheryl: before you head out the door, a look here to stay for look here tuesday forecast with fox meteorologist maria molina. tough to break up an incredible weekend for the northeast in particular. reporter: we have been enjoying warm temperatures in the northeast. a lot of sunshine. a little bit higher. we will start to see changes later on this week and it's all associated with the front that today could bring a risk for severe storms into the midwest. large hail and flash flooding will be primary concerns. this includes places like wichita and kansas city and high
temperatures out there ahead of the system warming to the 90s. behind that much cooler only in the 70s across parts of the northern plains and northern rockies. >> if it's so hot outside, some are not over. enjoy it. coming up, scientists discover a much bigger brother for stonehenge. we will tell you about super henge. these photos of a wildfire in washington taken by one firefighter leading up social media. we will show you these incredible images. we are checking your stock index futures after the second worst week of the year last week. looking a little better. 283 points for the dow futures. you were watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪ [music playing]
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>> the dow lost 540 points. u.s. stock index futures point to higher open of 284 points for the dow jones industrial and 36 handles the s&p and nasdaq. looking great so far. cheryl: we made every day to be that way this week. a new super henge may have been found. archaeologists uncover traces of a larger stone monument less than two miles from stonehenge in southwest england. the monument is believed to have been dead about 4500 years ago. evidence was found beneath three feet of earth. researchers say 100 stones formed the monument and worst doctors stood 15 feet tall. nicole: that is amazing. i love that stuff. incredible images from out my spirit photos taken by firefighters with social media lit up at these pictures.
the u.s. forest service discourages its young work force from taking photos and posted them online. of the six wildfires in california alone. the largest in fresno, california has 150 square miles since it started on july 31st. cheryl, one of the younger folks -- you see a fire coming your way. first, let me take a picture of it. we've got a lot coming up on the show. congress back in fashion in the iran nuclear deal tops the agenda. >> if you look at what happened with respect to the iranian deal, the only winner are the iranians and they got everything they asked for. the losers are the united states, the friends and allies, israelis, saudis and others. cheryl: they may have president obama if it trees that there may
be political blowback for democrats. we are going to take a look. after struggling to drop prices for pricier tablets come amazon is going down market. plans for a disposable tablet. happy tuesday. looking to have a strong open with the dow, nasdaq and s&t begin trading. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪
points. the dow futures point to a much higher open. in the last few minutes live on your screen now looking at a potential 300-point jump when the markets open at 9:30 a.m. eastern time. >> stocks in china rally the first time in five days on speculation state backed bonds were buying chinese stocks. stocks in japan fell after the country released economic data showing the economy they are shrinking. >> in europe, take a look at stocks opening higher on the backs of the gains in china and better than expected economic news out of germany. the indexes all trending higher in trading higher as they move into their afternoon. nicole: crude oil prices slumping amid a slowdown in global growth. 4521 down 1.85%. cheryl: gold is actually flipping over night. as you can see down just a fraction. 1120 and change.
nicole: the dollar overnight. the euro, pound -- the euro has changed. that is changed over the last 15 minutes or so. the pound, canadian dollar mexican peso stronger. >> yields in the 10 year treasury bond rising overnight. 2.15%. welcome to "fbn:am," your first look at what is living in today's markets. what to expect for your day ahead. happy tuesday. cheryl: stocks fell at their second weekly performance of the year after the best jobs report failed to give investors a better idea of when it will actually raise the short-term interest rates. future is now sharply higher so they bring in mike ingram, market analyst pgc partners. he joins us on the telephone this morning. glad you were able to join us. but he think about the fad?
we have this goldilocks jobs report which gave us no indication about which way it will go. what do you think? >> i'm surprised by the whole time we've had with many members of the fomc, whether dudley or williams and it's no longer playing the game. one of the biggest out there with the case for a rate rise this year. you can see the market reaction to those on friday. although the headline was weaker, all the sub textual data, the jobless rate, wages data was all pretty supportive of a rate rise in the stock reaction of the european market. trained to use sound to me like in september the fed will go ahead and raise right. >> and one in three chance. i think that's probably underestimation. of course funny people think it
one rising go. it is pushed well under 2016. i just don't read that at all. i think the markets could be in a bit of a's rally right now. though the sox were down 12% on where we were last night, the data coming through is not actually that strong in terms of earnings forecast in the forward economic forecasts. this is all pass data with second-quarter data, july data and predates all the trouble in china. nicole: absolutely. even with the gdp numbers in japan. thanks for bringing this on today because now we have to see what the fed does or doesn't do even over this weekend. the number is up from the jobs report didn't change. >> we shall see. coming up this month as the fed's decision with breaking news this morning politically.
democratic presidential candidate hillary clinton said she doesn't need to apologize for using a private e-mail account and server. in an interview with "the associated press" saying what i did was allowed to she also said the scandal has not damaged her campaign that the attack continues for republican opponents including carly fiorina. >> know mrs. clinton you do not claim a server with a towel. we cannot have a president of the united states who has lied about her e-mails and the server in her basement either. >> meanwhile, senator bernie sanders now leading clinton by nine points in new hampshire. >> president obama signing an executive order requiring federal contractors to offer paid sick days to employees. you get about 300,000 workers after seven days of paid sick leave each year. in a speech in boston, the
president pressing congress. >> i'm calling on congress. take a cue from the rest of the world. find a way to make paid leave, paid family medical leave a reality for all americans. that is something we should be doing. business groups are doing the executive order will make it harder for small businesses to obtain contract years. it could fact hurt economic growth. congress preparing for a battle over the iran nuclear deal this week. lawmakers began debating a disapproval measure tomorrow. one expected to pass on friday. president obama secured the final vote he needed to protect a deal from congressional opponents. although the republicans threatened additional legislation to put new sanctions on iran. former vice president dick cheney appeared on fox news
sunday discussing the issue. >> the overall outcome will be to shift significantly the balance of power in that part of the world and the radiance will end up dominating not because of the nuclear deal but also because of the lifting of the embargo on ballistic missiles and conventional weapons. i think it is a big deal, a major defeat. cheryl: cheney discovered is scheduled to deliver further remarks today. nicole: representative debbie wasserman schultz is having a hard time with his gut wrenching decision. even democrats have a hard time jumping on board. he drove straight killing three isis members in syria. prime minister david camera and say militants including two british men plotted to kill the queen and other members of the royal family. the prime minister says the operation was conduct down august 21st. britain is not taking part in the military campaign in syria
because the lawmakers rejected a two years ago. that was a big event there. cheryl: troubling situation there. how about a tablet. for 50 bucks, "the wall street journal" for amazon.com will release when it's time for the holiday season. the tablet will have a six-inch screen will be half the price at the cheapest fire tablet. sources say the new product comes as the company struggles to draw customers to the pricier tablet. the new and aimed at writers who want a device for streaming video at home and of course shopping on amazon.com. >> sometimes keeping it simple is the trick. one film dethrones straight out of com jen at the box office. -- "straight outta compton" at the box office. ♪ nicole: faith-based war room
took the box office over a slow labor day weekend. in sports at the u.s. weekend, roger federer at dances. andy murray is out. we have all the highlights. checking u.s. stock index futures. the nasdaq up 1.9%. looks like a good day so far. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪
cheryl: of faith-based and if we weren't taking the crown at the box office this labor day weekend pulling in a modest $9.4 million, enough to snag the top spot from their branding spot, "straight outta compton." rounding out the top three is the robert redford flick, a walk in the woods. 8.2 million. this labor day weekend to finish with historically low $117 million in ticket sales. i don't know if it was assigned or maybe just not the greatest movie. cheryl: well, there you go. let's turn to sports. it is all over for the u.s. open. kevin andersen in south africa in the fourth round at flushing meadows last night for the first time since 2010 before the quarterfinals in a major. college football number one ohio state lived up to its ranking
down in virginia tech last night. wide receiver braxton miller for two two touchdowns for the buckeyes begin their title defense. virginia tech once again on the quarterback in the third quarter with a broke and collar bones out four to eight weeks. we will be right back. you are watching "fbn:am." ♪
nicole: a final look at stock futures are 307 points at the moment after 540.5 speed. things looking better. mixed economic data looks like a pharaoh's at least for this morning as futures point to a higher open. it is time now for maria bartiromo and warnings with maria. >> thank you so much. we will see you soon. wall street kicks off with major gains this morning. happy tuesday. welcome back. i am maria bartiromo. it is tuesday, september 8th. with me, dagen mcdowell.
wells fargo's gina martin adams and jpmorgan asset enrichment anastasia amoroso. top stories gear up for a major rally of 300 points higher. stocks, after a long weekend with hopes of more stimulus from china. features indicate a sharp gain with the dow jones industrial average to open up 300 points. the s&p 500 stronger by almost 40 points. that is almost 2% of all the major averages. crossing the wires right now, the latest reading on small business optimism edging higher last month. coming up will take a look at small business. crude oil is selling off as stocks move higher. oil now at $45 a barrel, down 2% the action they the action a ship taking things off overnight. stocks in china up on the session reviewing plans to introduce a circuit breaker for the markets to prevent panic selling.
in japan, the nikkei down again citing 2% and the move in next release in the games for the entire year for the nikkei average showing a chop of 2.5%. in europe a firmer story with stocks rising there off 105.9 the s&p 100. cac also higher by 2% in the dax of better than 2%. leaders try to find a way to handle the massive refugees. some of the largest countries, france, germany and u.k. promising and pushing back same pushing back saying we run out of room. we plan to resettle refugees as early as tomorrow. congress getting back to work this morning. returning to washington with two top priorities. more on that coming. on the campaign trails, refusing to apolo