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maybe .15 basis point hike instead of a quarter-point. someone told me that yesterday. we have breaking news this morning. the men accused of killing his girlfriend in a university professor in mississippi is now dead. police say 45 for a shaman land jumped out of his car, took off and then fatally shot himself last night. it is not clear why he allegedly killed the woman he was living within the history of the professor at delta state university. >> right now we have no motive and will not speculate until we have facts in hand. lauren: authorities say before shooting himself he is not going to jail. transit ahead of the second primary debate from a donald trump holding a big rally in dallas and the government would lower taxes for a lot of people.
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>> and middle income is being decimated and we are going to change it. so i'll be announcing over the next three weeks, i'll be announcing a great tax plan. i know the tax code and everything about it probably as well as anybody. nicole: he works to not pay as much in taxes. trump is scheduled to give a national security address aboard the uss iowa and california today. meanwhile, democratic presidential candidate bernie sanders speaking about income and wealth inequality in virginia. >> we are the wealthiest nation in the history of the world. but very few people know that. and very few people feel that because almost all of that wealth and income is going into the hands of the 1%.
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nicole: sanders appearance at the prominent christian university is the boldest bid yet in his attempt to appeal to people outside the traditional umbrella of the democratic party. trying to get more votes there. lauren: massachusetts senator elizabeth warren changing her mind on fannie mae and freddie mac. senator warren will not support a bill that would shut down the two agencies and replace them with the system. her decision comes from the realization the legislation would hurt low-income borrowers by stacking them with higher fees. civil rights groups including the naacp has cited the shareholders trying to keep them alive. drink till i was watching the chrysler stock yesterday. they sense the autoworkers may be making progress on a four-year contract with via
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chrysler. ua debbie is extending that the automaker in an hour by hour basis. the old contract expired yesterday at noon. the agreement would be used as a template for talks at the rival's general voters and supposedly they go to the strongest of the three to make the deal. separately, ford has reached a new supply deal with alcoa to the top-selling f. 150 and the auto industry's first vehicle all aluminum body. also a big boost for following aluminum prices in china. a big buyer. lauren: ford has a management constant competition with gm and chrysler. we will start in asia. you can see stocks down another 3.5%. me can cost at can pass the upper part of a percentage. nicole: we see down there is across the board with the ftse
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down half of 1%. cac is flat. not even one point move to the downside dax down 126. lauren: you see a quarter of 8% decline for the dow, s&p and nasdaq this morning. nicole: must check out commodities. gold higher, go right now to the downside $2.60 losing some momentum. volatility back and forth on everything. light volume yesterday because of the holiday. i want to point out yesterday the dollar was higher for the first time in seven days and it's looking like a stronger once again this morning. if the dollar is weak or they're not doing something. 10 year yield 2.18%.
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north korea announcing that its restart of the country's nuclear bomb fuel production plans. this comes a day after northside is planning to launch long-range rockets next month in south korea says firing the missiles would be a serious violation of u.n. resolution. many analysts say the new thread may be designed to slow talks washington is hotter markets move because of tensions between north and south korea. lauren: breaking this morning, the european union has failed to reach an agreement to force individual countries to share some 120,000 refugees seeking asylum in europe. an emergency meeting in brussels from interior minister share 40,000 migrants from greece and italy, but only on a voluntary basis. meanwhile, place and hungry safe
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to cross in from the border with serbia have been closed as the government works to deal with the crisis. flash floods have killed at least eight people in five more are missing after two cars were caught in the rushing waters. several vehicles reportedly swept into waterways after heavy rains hit the area. two of the vehicles were carrying 16 people. it's tough to watch the water rushing the victim including women and small children and obviously -- nicole petallides residents of middletown, california returned to their neighborhood to find that the much feared their homes reduced to rubble by a massive wildfire leaving a trail of destruction than this decimated oregon's 700 homes at least 23,000 people displaced and unfortunately a 72-year-old disabled woman was killed in a fire.
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trying to think about all your personal things and momentous and everything lost. well, coming up, sunday night football is back. the eagles and the 40 niners topped the vikings. we will have all the highlight for you next. the terminator is taken up with the boardroom. it's going to be a tagline. all the details just ahead. checking your stock index futures. the dow is down 44, nasdaq down 11. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets have breaking news. ♪
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>> i cannot wait to say if you are fired. or you won't be back. lauren: he is 68 years old and nonstop chat. arnold schwarzenegger practicing possible catchphrases for when he takes over a celebrity apprentice next year. the terminator will replace donald nicole: quit the show after seven seasons to run for president. trump congratulated schwarzenegger saying he will be great. that was in a sinister turn. late-night talkshow host conan o'brien has another catchphrase possibilities for the former california governor. >> you've been totally recalled. it's not a tumor. go all the way to the unemployment line.
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have you seen it? if you don't speak up your fired. lauren: that is great. trump making a quick profit selling his ms. universe start to a talent agency days after buying complete control of the company. nicole: i don't even know where to go with that. love you, arnold. that aside or were shot over. that's hysterical. lauren: that is my favorite part of the morning. nicole: i agree, pretty great. the san francisco 49ers past the minnesota vikings 20-3. carrying the offense with 158 yards and two touchdown runs in his first career start. the 49ers snapped a three-game losing streak to minnesota. in the style now, the niners debuted their uniform but also
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home against arizona. lauren: we're talking about about the atlantic, falcons and philadelphia eagles. the falcons came out on top 26- 24. julio jones caught nine passes for 141 yards and ran for a touchdown. philadelphia rallies for late lead and put it away for the 47 year field goal. major league baseball missed most of the season with a back injury. he is fair when they really need him most. our stage manager beat the miami marlins 43. the mets lead to nine and a half
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games over the nationals with 18 left to play. >> you would've been tired two years ago. nicole petallides let's get everyone qaeda. 2.7% down 3.5%. hong kong was looking weak, the day of gains for japanese stocks commit each of those up a third of 1%. here is europe right now to the downside. over half of a percent relatively flat. nicole petallides how is your 401(k) doing? the dow is down by 58 points, s&p down and the nasdaq giving up 15 points. coming up days before the second gop debate, front runner donald trump promises to release the details of his tax plan. >> i know the tax code.
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tomorrow. i am nicole petallides and i am waiting for it. lauren: i am lauren simonetti and i am waiting for it also. let's see how stock markets are responding to that decision thursday. this tuesday morning we have some selling going on. dow futures down by 16 points. s&p given up seven of nasdaq up 31% across-the-board. nicole: to asia with 3% tax on yesterday's losses. bank of japan decides not to provide any stimulus this round. maybe not sober. keep an eye on the hang seng company can cost a gaming. lauren: how is your trading right now? you do have weakness across-the-board. ftse found two thirds of 1%. at quarter of 8% decline and the dax by 4%.
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nicole: crude oil prices this morning had it not that 4445 a barrel of 45 cents. lauren: gold was under pressure, still lives. down about $3. nicole: what is the dollar telling you? right now the euro weaker but all the other currencies are gaining. the yield on the ten-year treasury 2.18%. welcome to "fbn:am," your first look at today's markets, the latest breaking news, what to expect that they had. we've been getting ready for all of this and taking it off. nicole petallides at the big word this week is federal reserve. today they get more economic data ahead of the communion that kicks off tomorrow. they look at retail sales for last month. that would be down from the six tenths of 1% gain that we saw the month of july.
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if you take out the sector, sales expected to rise to tenths of 1%. the report closely watched because consumer spending. that accounts for more than two thirds of the u.s. economy. fed policymakers will get a look at industrial production for august expected to pose a small decline. for what the fed is going to do, no one knows. the outcome is too close to call because china is continuing weakening economy and uncertainty about inflation in the u.s. have seen so many policymakers and analysts, totally different pools of thought. i'm excited for thursday afternoon. nicole: the warning came the countries have been raised in and they have to go pull back and that is one of the things the fed has to consider as well. breaking news this morning. a man accused of killing his girlfriend at a university professor in mississippi is now dead. 45 wrote shannon lamb jumped out
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of his car, took often fatally shot himself last night. it is not clear at this point why he allegedly killed the woman he was living with. the history professor at delta state university. >> right now we have no motive and will not speculate until we have facts in hand. nicole: authorities say before shooting himself they told him he's not going to jail. lauren: i had at the second primary debate, donald trump holding a big rally saying the government must lower taxes for a lot of people. >> to middle income in this country is being decimated and were going to change it. so i will be announced in the next three or so weeks of great tax plan. i know the tax code and everything about it as well as anybody. lauren: trump is scheduled to
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give a speech in front of the uss iowa today. bernie sanders speaking about income inequality at liberty university in virginia. >> we are the wealthiest nation in the history of the world. but very few people know that in very few people feel that. because almost all of that wealth and income is going into the hands of the 1%. >> is going up in the polls. the prominent christian university is the boldest move yet of his attempt to appeal to people outside the traditional umbrella of the democratic party. lauren: we see those rallies keep on going. there are signs united autoworkers may be making
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progress on the four-year contracts with the chrysler. sergio marky on the lady ms. on. extending current contracts with the automaker on his hour by hour basis. the agreement with fiat chrysler would be used as a template for general motors and ford as well. separately, ford has reached a new supply with alcoa to enforce top-selling 150 pickup trucks and other vehicles. the ave. 150 is the first vehicle with an all aluminum body. some people have a hard time transitioning but i heard they love it. also good boost for alcoa in a weaker economy in china. a big buyer of course. lauren: also faster for them to produce. they sell today for the second day as investors worry about the slowing economy, a closer look at the asian markets.
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business reporter tracey chang light in beijing. tracey is a reporter for chinese state television. good morning, tracey. reporter: asian markets showing a mixed picture. another 3.5% with authorities launching more investigation into illegal trading. so far denied the rumor and tech companies and industrial companies fund losses over there. the lackluster performance drove hong kong markets lower. the hang seng down half a percent at tech companies are the biggest losers over there. investors staying cautious ahead that key race meeting. japanese stocks after the bank of japan cut interest rates unchanged. exporters rally to keep the nikkei up three tenths of 1%. the cost pc and some green mostly. nicole: we are seeing traders getting out.
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is there a storm brewing. he worked on before the new york stock exchange and now we see the ftse on the cac and dax all down. lauren: we see the red bleed over into the u.s. stock market futures this morning. the dow down 42 points, s&p 500 quarter the nasdaq 12 points. lauren: late trading as low. oil gaming 47 cents. 4447. pulled 11048 troy ounce. lauren: let's get a check on whether. fox meteorologist maria molina joining us. reporter: hello, everybody. track and chilly temperatures this morning across parts of the eastern u.s. in raleigh, north carolina a current temperature of 51 degrees. as we had westward, look at minneapolis and places like houston.
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temperatures very warm into the 70s and is out there across the plain we will be feeling very summer liquid temperatures in some areas reaching the 90s. the u.s. very fall like. temperatures in the low 80s. out west we do have widespread areas of rain out there a potential for flash flooding. from california to parts of montana. lauren: maria, thank you so much. the average nfl teams now worth almost $2 billion. we will tell you which franchises or football's most valuable. that is next check in u.s. stock index futures. where within most of the morning. s&p down five. we do have a mixed market in asia, europe to the downside. we will keep you updated. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪
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a positive market pretty soon and the dax is down 20 points. nicole: i know this then possibility. features to the downside, s&p down 49 points and all of this as we await to hear from the fed here 10 weeks since the s&p one up and down with the weekly changes. i don't also there's this big because now we get the fed. lauren: the fed has promised us higher interest rates. here is how commodities are trading. oil has an upper 44, 47 a barrel. nicole: we ascend to your weaker against the u.s. dollar with the yucatán virtually flat. the canadian dollar, japanese and stronger against the dollar. lauren: a yield of 2.13%. we are going to show you speeding up the boarding process and make the middle seat more comfortable. it's called piously at sea.
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allows the ioc to move up and over the middle seat. that makes i'll a lot lighter for passengers getting through and makes the middle seat fighter as well. as for the airlines, they save some big bucks importing will be much faster potentially saving the airlines $245 million a year. nicole: i don't believe it. i had checked. i think there'll be glitches, oil on the middle seat. you can sense my skepticism here. we will see. i'd be happy to fly and check it out. watch out, tesla. an electric car concept in the work called mission ee. it was just unveiled at the frankfurt motor start. the car has a range of 310 miles from zero to 62 miles an hour in under three and a half seconds.
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the mission ee can reach 80% charge in 15 minutes. the model as takes a bit longer and it's got bells and whistles and make a camera for example that can tell if the drivers in a good mood. you can tell we're in a good mood. lauren: i would be in a good it l driving that thing. dallas cowboys despite not making it to the super bowl in 20 years, america's team bringing in the most bacon from pigskin for the ninth consecutive year. evaluation of $4 billion generated 620 million in revenue. that is a record for any u.s. sports scene in ranking first in the nfl attendance at 90,000 strong first in premium seating from non-nfl stadium events. if you run at the top five
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teams, the new england patriots 3.2 billion. washington redskins 2.85 billion. giants a 2.8 billion the 49ers in san francisco 2.7 billion rounding out your top five. nicole: where the new york jets? lauren: they are not on it. nicole petallides the front runner donald trump getting ready to release his tax plan. >> i know the tax code as well as anybody. nicole: the latest in the campaign trail and senator elizabeth warren changes her mind as she pulls her support for a bill to shut down the mortgage giants. we will have the on that just ahead. stay with us. a lot more breaking news coming out. ♪
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lauren: breaking news this morning. financial markets brace for the highly anticipated policy meeting. i am lauren simonetti. nicole: we are ready. i am nicole petallides. and most remains split over whether it will raise for the first time in nearly 10 years. we are looking at u.s. stock index futures. weak volume on the because of the holiday. again today the dow down 40 in the s&p down 4.5. lauren: those declines look modest compared to what we saw last week. these are asian stocks are looking at. the shanghai down 3.5% down almost 3% yesterday. the hang seng down but the
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nikkei up from the bank of japan maintaining its monetary policies state of affairs. nicole: a year as an trade plus as we've seen a weaker euro. right now european markets end mixed with the cac slightly to the downside up one whole point. ftse is down 32. lauren: i want to show you oil. it's living to the upside. 44.43. nicole: checkout code right now down $2.20. lauren: house curious how the u.s. dollar is trading. weakness for the year and a pound versus the u.s. dollar this morning. nicole: 10 year bond yields right now yields right not to .18%. lauren: welcome everybody to "fbn:am," the latest breaking news and what to expect for your day ahead. nicole: i am on fed watch, barabas on fed watch. you are all in fed watch.
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the federal reserve will get more economic data today ahead of its key meeting tomorrow including the look of retail sales for the month of august. analysts look look for sale surveys three tenths of 1% although that would be down from six tenths of a percent increase excluding the auto sector expected to rise to tenths of 1%. ford of course is closely watched because consumer spending accounts for two thirds of the u.s. economy. we watched gdp is doesn't affect policymakers will also get a look at industrial production for last month expected to pose a small decline. some analysts say the outcome is too close to call because it's china's weakening economy. the shanghai composite index down two days in a row. uncertainty about ration in the u.s. it is the wild card and has been for quite some time. lauren: breaking news this morning.
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a man accused of killing his girlfriend as well as as well as the university professor in mississippi is now dead. 40 federal shana bland jumped out of his car, took off and fatally shot himself last night. it is not clear at this point why he allegedly killed the woman he was living with them a history professor delta state university. >> right now we have no motive and we will not speculate until we have facts in hand. lauren: before shooting himself, he said is not going to jail. nicole: front runner donald trump holds the debate rally saying ms lower taxes for the people. >> the middle income in this country is being decimated. we are going to change it. i will be announcing the next three or so weeks, i will be announcing a great tax plan. kind of attacks code as well as
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anybody. nicole: with his businesses he's worked hard not to pay too much in taxes. he scheduled to give a national speech aboard the uss iowa. maybe they'll tell him how his night eating oreos because they are produced in mexico. bernie sanders speaking about income inequality at liberty university in virginia. >> we are the wealthiest nation in the history of the world. but, here a few people know that and very few people feel that because almost all of that wealth and income is going into the hands of the 1%. nicole: sanders appearance of the prominent christian university is the boldest move yet to appeal to people outside the traditional umbrella of the democratic party.
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lauren: and that umbrella is massachusetts senator elizabeth warren reportedly changing her mind on fannie mae and freddie mac. senator warren will not support a bill that would shut down the two agencies and replace them with a private system. reports say her decision comes from the realization the legislation would hurt low-income home buyers by them with higher fees. civil rights groups including the naacp authority decided shareholders try to keep fannie and freddie have eyes. nicole: north korea announcing it has restarted out of the country's nuclear bomb fuel production plans. this comes just a day after north korea said its plan to launch long-range rockets next month. south korea say firing a long-range missile would be a serious violation of u.n. resolution. the new threat may be designed for talks with washington hoping to ease international sanctions between the two countries before
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recently. lauren: breaking this morning to european union has failed to reach an agreement for individual countries to share 120,000 refugees asylum in europe. an emergent remain in russell's and across europe are great to 40,000 migraines but only in a voluntary basis. the ap reporting hungry has declared a state of emergency and two southern cities because of the migrant crisis. nicole: coming up in sports. the new york yankees turn a no-hitter into a germanic win over the tampa bay rays. all the highlights they are. >> i'm terminated. nicole: the terminator is taking over the boardroom. both will be the new apprentice tagline. we will have the details just ahead. stay with us for that because
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>> i cannot wait to say you're fired. or your terminated. or you won't be back. nicole: come on, arnold schwarzenegger on snapchat schwarzenegger on snapchat practicing possible catchphrases for when he takes over a celebrity apprentice host next year. nbc announcing that the terminator will replace donald
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trump who quit the show after seven seasons to run for president. trump congratulated schwarzenegger saying he would be great. the late-night talkshow host conan o'brien has another catchphrase suggestions for the former california governor. >> you've been totally recalled. it not a tumor -- all the way to be an employment line line. i'll show you collateral damage. nicole: that is so funny. meanwhile reports of donald donald trump salamis miss universe organization to hollywood talent agencies days after gaining control of the company from nbc universal. he made over $200 million so you're going to see what the tagline would be. lauren: and football come the
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san francisco 49ers with the minnesota vikings 20 to three. they carried the offense with 168 yards on the ground. lauren: the other nfl game with the philadelphia eagles 26 tonight 24. julio jones for 141 yards. in baseball, texas rangers. prince fielder with the sidekick three when. it was the opener of a critical series. a high profile lefthanders. all acquired in late july. scott kaczmarek on the decision. the yankees did not get a hit. with the game tied at one in the
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ninth. a three run homer. the final score was tampa bay one. the win has that the yankees within three games of the first-place blue jays with 19 games to play. there you have it, everybody. we will be right back.
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nicole: eurostat market futures look at down arrows throughout the morning. the dow down 45, s&p down five handles in the not back down a quarter of 1% as wait to hear. less than a quarter point certainly possible. she will definitely delve into the spirit maria bartiromo and warnings that were reappeared maria: thanks so much. see you in a little bit. happy tuesday september 15th.
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with me, investor steve hear on fox business network, jo ling kent and fred lane. first, top stories. thousands of people filling them in dallas to listen a gop front runner donald trump. days out of the next debate people no punches against his rival in the media. >> take a look, everybody. if you like the media, give a big hand. if you don't, give him a big coup. i have a feeling. maria: on the other side of the aisle, bernie sanders deck is measured to an evangelical school. acknowledging differences on social issues but struggled when talking about income inequality. more than that coming up. a up. it concerned over nuclear weapons. north korea, the country saying
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it has restarted all bonfield plans and that is ready to use nuclear weapons at any time. this coming after north korea threatened to launch multiple satellites among luxury markets. the alleged shooter is dead. please confirm and shannon lamb died from a self inflict gunshot wound. when the success that dead of killing the woman who the woman who lived with ana delta professor yesterday. wildfires burning in devastating communities. if i are forcing the evacuation of thousands of people. one person killed. as of late yesterday the valley of fire was only 5% can change. investors waiting for the federal reserve decision this week at the meeting begins tomorrow. wednesday and thursday will know if the fed increases for the first time since. the dow industrial exped

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