tree >> i will suspend my campaign immediately. nicole: breaking news this morning. a scout walker had admitted for the white house but now it is some advice for other republican candidates. good morning. i am nicole petallides. lauren: i am lauren simonetti. after a triple digit gain yesterday, u.s. stock futures: back start me. dow futures down 191 points. it was worse minutes ago. s&p futures giving up 25. nasdaq down 60. more than 1% for all major
averages this morning. nicole: hillary clinton hammered by mistake yesterday. she is unveiling a new drug testing plan and investors are not happy. we will tell you why. lauren: in washington d.c. at the white house to roll out the red carpet for pope francis. nicole: get ready to meet with xi jinping and a preview of that. lauren: the new york deaths dominate the indianapolis colts. we will have those highlights. nicole: welcome to "fbn:am," the latest breaking news and what to expect for the day ahead. lauren: and is a busy day already. let's get caught up in the race and because this is a sharp selloff in the equity market. a triple digit gain yesterday about 220 points earlier in right now the s&p and nasdaq sharply lower as well, almost
1.5%. nicole: let's look at european stocks. selling their across-the-board. the ftse down 2% from the cac down 2% dax down 1.8%. not so much in a show however. asian stocks ended the day. you did have china up almost 1%. you can see green arrows for the hang seng and kospi as well. lauren: while people are worried about growth in china, oil pulling back 2%. that will weigh on energy shares your gold up $1.50 and copper selling off as well. lauren: the dollar traded strong yesterday. you can see the year coming back a bit as well as the yen versus the u.s. dollar. nicole: 2.17% rate now. lauren: that is down from yesterday. in politics, scott walker
dropping out at the 2016 presidential race. >> today i believe i am called to the day helping clear the field in this race sort of positive conservative message can rise to the top of the field. put this in mind i will suspend my campaign immediately. lauren: the the wisconsin governor urging other candidates to do the same so the party can side with the contender other than donald trump. fox news political analyst was on countdown to the closing bell yesterday predicting accurately walkers drop out. >> governor walker's campaign is terrible shape. he may drop out in the next day or two. >> that is major news. as early as tonight. >> it's about money and organization. he used to be you have to have iowa, new hampshire, had to have the delegates to move forward.
23 million people looking at even the fox debate in cnn debate, people make an impression. lauren: meanwhile, carly fiorina on the tonight show talking about russian president vladimir putin ahead of his visit to new york for the u.n. general assembly. i went out to him at all. they attacked way too much to vladimir putin. i would immediately begin rebuilding the six laid an missile defense program and conduct regular military exercise in the baltics. he needs to see faces strained in resolve and leadership of the united states of america. lauren: she wasn't the only one on the late-night talk. ted cruz for stephen colbert are sharing his views on same-sex marriage. at one point, some of the audience booed the texas senator. take a listen.
>> you want to change the american mosque? >> and ask it what you want. >> i believe in democracy and i don't think -- >> however you feel coming as my guest, please don't boo him. >> we don't trust governing our society to five unelected lawyers in washington. lauren: cruise goes on to say any such issue should go to the ballot box retired neurosurgeon ben carson takes to facebook to clarify his muslim comments. i meant exactly what i said. i could never support a price in it for -- candidate for president of the united states if not renounced the central tenets of islam, sharia law. nicole: with so many contenders. of course rollins said he did not necessarily defending. i spent part of this strategy. 11 candidates and prior to that 15 candidates isn't too many and
basically they need to get a little more streamlined and put the focus on. >> let's turn it to the other side because we'll talk about hillary clinton. hillary will lay out her plan to buy price gouging in the democratic presidential front runners in the state yesterday, she set the stage yesterday with a tweaked it took the wind out of biotech stock when she was responded to with their time story about 5000% price increase for drugs to $750 per pill. price gouging like this and specialty drug markets is outrageous. lay out a plan to take a non-investors get nervous with promises of praise control. here are some of the big losers. biogen was down 17 bucks yesterday over a 5% drop.
amgen dropped 2.5%. gilead was down 2.5% in 5% and amgen numbers are down 2%. hillary's comments about honing in on prices weighing in on the biotech overall. nicole: lauren: the nasdaq up just a point yesterday. pope francis to bribe in washington d.c. today kicking off a six-day visit to the united states. the pope is scheduled to meet with president obama can address a joint session of congress before heading to philadelphia in new york city this week. the pope's visit will expect as you can imagine logistical challenges for delivery companies as they start ramping up security in closing down roads. ups will suspend pickup and delivery is and the three cities that would impact 30.
fedex warning customers of displays and disruptions in more than 1200. patience is a virtue. but really, everybody is out. just get your roller skates. nicole: attempt about the apple iphone. everybody eagerly waiting there to liberate and those could be delayed to a certain extent. lauren: chinese president xi jinping begins a weeklong u.s. visit in seattle today. during his trip, the president will rub elbows with top business leaders including warren buffett, tim cook, while he's in washington and the chinese president will have a former dinner with president obama and then travel right here to new york to deliver a speech at the united nations general assembly. lauren: the meantime, bank of america, bank of america showed
workers voting on whether brian moynihan should have the job. last year the bank agreed to give the chairman of the board position without first consulting shareholders. shareholders voted in 2002 separate the ceo while ken dallas was ceo. moynihan took over as bank of america ceo. it will have to name a new chairman. >> sources say the justice department to open a criminal investigation into the alleged cheating in the house panel plans to hold the hearing in next few weeks. shares of the german automaker plunging in europe yesterday and today as well after vw admitted to breaking half a million cars to defeat u.s. smog and volkswagen has halted the sale of some vehicles in the u.s. and is cooperating with the inquiry which could lead to billions of dollars in fines and according to analysis done, the federal
government paid out $51 million in green car subsidies for vw diesel vehicles based on falsified solution test results. lauren: clearly this is an just a u.s. problem. korea will investigate its cars. this company will get hit really hard. especially $18 billion in fines. how do you survive that? nicole: you just can't cheat. lauren: you could be driving an apple car as early as 2019. the tech giant has designated the car as a committed project and production for an electric car, possibly autonomous. they plan to triple the current 600 workers to work on the project. the move comes after apple took
a year to plan the project, to discuss it. and they've been working with california. lauren: former peanut company executives sentenced to 28 years in prison for his role in the deadly salmonella outbreak. the sentence given to stuart parnell was the stiffest handed out to a producer in a food or an illness case. the outbreak in 2008 and 2009 was blamed for nine deaths. it made hundreds more sick and one of the largest food recalls in united states history. parnell admitted his company was guilty of commercial fraud claims he's not aware of it. lauren: coming up, why one private equity firm on wall street is interested in willie nelson's lead. you heard that right. the jets take advantage of the calls. we will have details coming up
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nicole: escaped up on global markets because they markets because of dsl up and stop features and it's getting worse as the show goes on this morning. the dallas thinking 234 points as they speak almost 1.5% and get the same percentage of clients further averages in the u.s. obviously after a triple digit rally of the dow jones industrial average yesterday, nicole. nicole: let's look at european stocks. all three major averages down 2%
ftse down, cac down to plan a percent. everyone is at risk at the moment. lauren: maybe somebody miss coming into the market today. everyone is concerned about when the fed will hike rates. we are obviously not getting cues from asia. the shanghai composite up 1% and you have gains in hong kong and south korea as well. nicole: we are watching commodities. during the comments about copper wind down 2%. oil down 2.7%. gold has turned into the negative comes to where watching it as well. lauren: the dollar trading against key currencies. the euro and the yen a little bit stronger versus the dollar. nicole: thomas from bullard in my power talking about raising 2.17%. lauren: willie nelson and a new york team are teaming up to sell pot.
it is like an investor group by name and don't really reserve cannabis brand. the pot will be for sale in colorado and washington and other states as regulations allow. tax th can have regulated and legalize it. nicole: how about we turn right to sports. the new york jets the new york jets with a perfect warrior on the season. monday night nfl game ran fitzpatrick with two touchdown passes with the indianapolis colts 27. the jets forced five turnovers. they are two and zero for the first time since 2011. the colts 012. toronto blue jays increased their lead alj servers yankees have the fortitude when my snipe is david price for seven shutout innings of a three-game showdown between the divisions top team. free and fair with the 1.7
earned average against new york. the two-game losing streak now that the yankees by 3.5 games. the houston astros beat the los angeles angels six to three on monday night in a match of america make wild card contenders. two run homer to adam gaddis and carlos korea. seven and two thirds solid innings to remain undefeated at home. they lead the minnesota twins by 3.5 for the second wild-card spot. within a game of first-pla texas in the al west. twins and rangers off last night. lauren: so much going on in sports. scott walker shakes up the race for the white house. >> i believe i've been called tuesday at helping clear the
field in this race. nicole: we also have some advice for the other republican candidates. the latest in the gop race and hillary clinton hammer and biotech stocks when she treated about price gouging and the pharmaceutical industry. today she will unveil new rules for drug makers. we will have the details. check the selloff in the u.s. and europe, dow futures down 228 points. nasdaq futures down by 70. you are looking at a 1.5% decline. you're watching "fbn:am," your first look at money markets and breaking news. we will be right back. ♪ 'd you ever learn... ♪ ♪ to fight without saying a word? ♪
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>> i will suspend my campaign immediately. nicole: lauren: breaking news this morning. scott walker backed out but not without a faster and at to republican candidates. good morning. i am lauren simonetti. nicole: i am nicole petallides. u.s. stocks and futures pulling back over the last hour and a half or so. take a look here. preamble were down seven on the s&p command that we are down 30. lauren: hillary clinton hammering biotech stocks yesterday down 4.5%. today she's unveiling a new drug pricing plan and investors aren't happy. we will tell you why. lauren: in washington d.c. at the white house will roll out the red carpet for pope francis. if you're a jets fan, the jets
dominate the indianapolis colts. lauren: welcome to "fbn:am" from your first look at the markets, latest breaking is similar to expect the day ahead. lauren: triple digit gain yesterday in the dow jones industrial average. we are seeing markets under pressure. doubt, nasdaq and s&p pointed and s&p 22 is over open. the data 226-point lower. lauren: if you think that looks ugly come to europe is much worse over there. 2% decline for the ftse, cac and dax particularly in france right now. nicole: we will keep a keen eye and commodities. oil selling off an energy shares they have to follow. the dow stocks with oil down 2.7%. 4530 and quotas unchanged. lauren: you have strength building in the euro and the japanese yen.
nicole: 2.16%. lauren: asian stocks ended prior today. we want a closer look at the asian markets of business reporter tracey chengdu is life in beijing. tracey is a reporter for chinese state television. good morning to you, tracey. reporter: and make a composite gained nine tenths of 1% versus stocks continues to be very strong ahead of the toe prefers golden week holiday. the small-cap companies certified to perform to the broader markets. the hang seng gains about two tenths of 1% after the city really some pretty positive cpi data and rose 2.4% for the past month. however, some still underperforming because investors are waiting for china's manufacturing data coming out tomorrow. in tokyo, japanese stocks are close to returning through wednesday and south korea the cost be seeing green game
maintains a 1% following wall street gains overnight. lauren: if the chinese president telling "the wall street journal" the economy is friday to see what's going on and he compared it to a high ship on the seat and he said we've got this pic maybe that is where the chinese market was up yesterday. nicole: turning to politics, scott walker dropping out for the 2016 presidential race. >> today i believe i am being called to lead by helping to clear the field in this race so that a positive conservative message can rise to the top of the field. with this in mind, i will suspend my campaign immediately. lauren: the wisconsin governor urging other candidates to do the same so the party can side with the contender other than
donald trump. fox news political analyst ed rollins was on countdown to the closing bell yesterday, predicting walker's dropout. >> governor walker's campaign is in terrible shape. he may drop out in the next day or two. >> hold on, that is breaking news. >> it's all about money, organization. he is to be had when i be had to in iowa, new hampshire, to gain delegates in gain delegates and move forward. today debates the big numbers. 23 people looking at you and the fox debate in cnn debate, people make impressions. nicole: walker trying to stream everything for the gop. meanwhile, carly fiorina on the today show talking about russian president vladimir putin ahead of his visit to new york for the u.n. general assembly. feedback i wouldn't talk to them at all. donald trump is wrong. what i would do this immediately begin rebuilding the sixthly.
every build the missile defense program in poland and conduct military exercises in the baltics. putin needs to see he faces strength and resolve and leadership for the united states of america. nicole: carly talking tough there. ted cruz on the late show sharing his feelings in marriage. at one point, some of the audience boost the texas senator. >> you want to change the marriage law? >> and asking what you want. >> i believe in democracy and i don't think -- >> guys, guys, however you feel, he is my guest, so please don't boo him. >> we should entrust governing our society to five unelected lawyers in washington. lauren: i like how stephen colbert stepped in and said he's my guest. any such issue should go right to the ballot. retired neurosurgeon ben courson takes to facebook to clarify his
muslim comment say no-space. i meant exactly what i said. i could never support a candidate for president of the united states that was muslim and had not renounced the essential tenet of islam, sharia law. interesting how they'll come out in may, come out and make comments trying to let it be known what their thoughts are. lauren: and trying to get attention. nicole: stand for and can streamline it. there's too many candidates in what point do they get focused. lauren: on the other side, hillary clinton taking the wind out of bio stocks. the front-runner responding to a recent "new york times" story about a 5000% increase for a drive to $750 per pill. the drug from 1350 tablet to 750. she treated this yesterday. price gouging like this and specialty drug market is outrageous patiently for "new york times" article and said
tomorrow i'll lay out a plan to take it on. huge losers in biotech yesterday. biogen was down substantially. 1752 the downside. gilead sciences down $3 yesterday. and jen and others also selling off. an ugly day for those stocks. that hit the nasdaq overall. and the savages fractionally compared to the broader market with a triple digit gain. nicole: biogen was down 4%. coming up, version american asked for the plan to the passengers were on a trip to las vegas and starbucks offers a new way to enjoy that pumpkin spice from gmail. i'll tell you all about it. checking your stock index futures this morning. the dow down 224. the s&p down almost 30. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news.
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the nasdaq down 65 points. nicole: let's take a look at what europe is doing. the ftse, cac dax down two percentage. lauren: and asia it was a green day. another 1% today. the hang seng and the kospi of green arrows. talking about copper, asian babes worried about china growth. we see copper lower, oil blower, oil temp 116552. lauren: cstring spoken a little bit at 111 era. and the japanese yen. lauren: 2.16% for the fed to raise the rates. lauren: gambling under way to las vegas. version america has a new upgrade for flights to and from vegas.
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a little pumpkin spice and everything nice for starbucks. for the first time ever the coffee chain is bottling its signature falsely aver exclusively partnering to sell pumpkin spice that at the wholesale retailer. the pumpkin flavored coffee will be sold in bulk packs. feel free to gorge yourself. lauren: i think they are delivering. i put in my zip code and can't get done. nicole: duncan san, starbucks fun or mcdonald's fan. lauren: it's coming up, scott walker shakes up the race to the white house. >> i am being called to me by clearing the field in this race. nicole: walker is that rice on the other candidates. we have the latest on the gop race. heller clinton hammering biotech. today she will unveil her new role as for the drugmakers.
>> i will suspend my campaign immediately. nicole: breaking news this morning. reaction to scott reaction to scott walker backing out of his bid for the white house but not without but not with but not without a price for the republican candidates. good morning i am nicole petallides. lauren: and i am trained by us. lauren simonetti. the dow futures down 203 points.
nasdaq teachers done 62 points. giving up 26. hillary clinton hammered biotech stock yesterday. today unveiling a new drug pricing plan investors are not happy. lauren: the washington d.c. turns to roll out the red carpet for pro-princess. nicole: in seattle washington and the leaders get ready to meet with chinese leader saturday. in sports the u.s. that's dominate the highlights. welcome to "fbn:am" come your first look at today's market, the latest breaking news and what to expect that they had. >> will kick it off because this is the selloff really hitting the u.s. stock market after a church voltage of pop yesterday. dow futures down as much as 240 points. the other market by 1.3, 1.5% as
well. nicole: european stocks down across the board. the ftse, cac and dax down 2% give or take. lauren: a great day in asia. green for the shanghai composite up about 1% building on yesterday's games. we welcome the chinese leader to the u.s. out in seattle. the hang seng at the fifth of 1% anacostia .9%. nicole: the volkswagen story, what the fed will do an copper selling off, or the selling of 2.5% and pulled down to 80. lauren: the u.s. dollar trading against key currencies. the canadian dollar and japanese yen showing a little bit of restrained this morning. nicole: the financials and tender bond deals 2.17%. lauren: scout walker jumping out
at the 2016 presidential race. >> today i believe i'm being called too late by hoping to clear the field in this race so that a positive conservative message can rise to the top of the field. with this in mind i will suspend my campaign immediately. lauren: wisconsin governor urging other candidates do the same survey contact with the contender other than donald trump. fox news political analyst ed rollins on countdown to the closing bell yesterday accurately predicting walker's dropout. >> governor walker's campaign is in terrible shape. he may drop out in the next day or two. >> hold on, that's breaking news. as early as tonight scott walker may drop out. nicole: it used to be you had to have one of these states to move forward. today the debates and the numbers. 23 million people looking at you and the fox debate in cnn debate.
people make impressions. lauren: the late-night talk shows are big. carly fiorina talking about russian president vladimir putin ahead of his visit or the new york u.n. general assembly. >> i wouldn't talk to them at all. we've talked way too much of vladimir putin. i would immediately begin rebuilding the sixth fleet and the missile defense program in poland and conduct regular church military exercises. putin needs to see faces strained and resolve and leadership from united states of america. lauren: ted cruz or militia was stephen colbert are sharing his views but at one point some of the audience booed the senator. >> you want to change the marriage laws? >> i'm asking what you want. >> i believe in democracy and i don't think -- >> however you feel, he is my
guess, so please don't do it in. >> i don't think we should entrust government or society to five unelected lawyers in washington. lauren: any such issue should go to the ballot box. in the meantime, retired dr. ben carson on this that clarifies his muslim comment. i meant exactly what i said. i could never support a candidate for president of the united states that was muslim and had not pronounced the central tenant of islam, sharia law. nicole: heller clinton blow price gouging setting the stage yesterday that took the wind out of the biotech stock. the index is down 4%. she was responding to a recent "new york times" story about a 5000% price increase for a drug. the $750 per pill. clinton tweeted price gouging like this in the specialty drug
racket is outrageous. tomorrow i will lay out a plan to take it on. investors get nervous when they hear promises of price control here are some of the big losers goodbye agenda and $17, and the nasdaq down 4%. today we see a selloff across the board so far this morning. lauren: pope frances expected to arrive in washington d.c. today to pick up a six-day visit to the u.s. scheduled to have a president obama in the nation's capitol. heading to philadelphia and new york city later this week. meanwhile, has visited acted to cause logistical challenges for delivery companies. this is congestion. it will suspend pickup and delivery of and parts of the three cities that impact 30 zip
codes and fedex with delays and disruptions in 1200 zip code. waiting those deliveries. >> a lot are concerned about whether or not they will be getting their delivery. >> just don't praise materialism with the iphone success. nicole: chinese president xi jinping begins a weeklong u.s. visit today in seattle. during his trip, the president will rub aeros for some top american business leaders. likely warren buffett, apple's tim cook, disney bob baker boys in washington. the chinese resident will have a formal dinner with president obama will ever and continues to worry about cyberhacks and he will travel to new york as well to deliver a speech at the united nations general assembly.
>> the volkswagen mission scandal grows. the justice department opened a criminal investigation into the alleged cheating and principled here in the next two weeks. shares of the automaker plunging in europe yesterday down again today after bw admitted to breaking half a million cars to defeat u.s. smog test to trick folks into thinking they are ours are polluting us much. volkswagen is halted the sale of vehicles in the u.s. and is cooperating with the ceo apologizing but obviously this could lead to so much financial damage. the federal government paid out as much as $51 billion. subsidies for the vehicles and that's according to an analysis by the los angeles time. this is a huge company in germany. one in seven jobs attributed to it. class-action lawsuits in the u.s. investigating vw diesel cars in places like south korea
next month. this is ugly for this company. nicole: stocks down 20% in two days. coming up, by one private equity firm on wall street is interested and willing nelson's lead. the jets take advantage of sloppy clothes. all the details. good for a year. checking u.s. stock index futures, we've seen it off at 3:00 a.m. add-on 28.5. dow futures to 22. you are watching "fbn:am" come into our first look at morning darkest and breaking news. ♪
lauren: u.s. teachers down to 22. if you're looking at the dow, 28 at the s&p. 72 for the nasdaq. nicole: willing nelson and a private equity farm are teaming up to sell pot. it is leading an investor group financing willie's reserve cannabis brand and set the path will be for sale in colorado and washington and other states as regulators allow. other backers make an institutional investor. let's do some spores. lauren: the nfl game threw two touchdown -- the jets defense forcing five turnovers for the
jet are too sick for the time since 2011. john niche one for the first time in a month in the new york mets are one game closer to the nl east title. the mets beat the braves were conducted last night. went three for four and has two doubles. michael belted a solo home run. six shutout innings with the nationals game rained out. the magic number is seven. 12 games left. lauren: the complete of pastors, come on. we will be right back. ♪
about seven on the s&p at around 3:00 a.m. 331 to the downside. dow futures looking at 241 points. europe selling of 2% across the board. tossing it over to sandra smith of the take you through the next few hours. morning said maria begins now. >> good morning, everyone. maria bartiromo is off this morning. tuesday, september 22nd with make him our brave men james, fox business dagen mcdowell and wells fargo investment institute tarot. your top stories this morning. breaking news this hour. wisconsin governor scott walker bowing out of the 2016 race but not without taking a parting shot at donald trump. >> today i believe i am called to lead by helping clear the field in this phrase so that a positive conservative message can rise to the top of the field. with this in mind, i will suspend my campaign immediately.
i encourage other republican presidential candidates to consider doing the same so the voters can focus on a limited number of candidates who can offer a positive conservative alternative to the current front runner. sandra: it wasn't too long ago governor walker once led the pack installed. after we they form an says in a sharp decline in the polls, the money started drying off. i will talk to reporter anthony scarry michie later. if you're waking up right now you're looking at a global market selloff. driving this action. you are looking at dow futures up 235 points right now. s&p futures off more than 30 points. and yet the major average up roughly 2%. volkswagen shares getting hammered again admitted mission scandal. the automaker will cite asi