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sfx: horn honking daughter: daddy! we don't say words like that! ♪just let your love flow ♪like a mountain stream ♪and let your love grow >> iowa has sent notice that the republican nominee in the next president of the united states will not be chosen by the media. >> we finished second and i want to tell you something. i am just honored. >> record turnout for the iowa caucuses leaves donald trump losing to ted cruz. i am lauren simonetti. nicole: for the democrats a shocker with bernie sanders neck in neck with hillary clinton. that raise is too close to call. we have the late night results and analysis.
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>> in the market stock-index still ahead of "the opening bell" down 136 points, nasdaq futures down almost 37. nicole: will lead shanghai composite exited with a pair of 2% indeed and dishes full back. >> oil prices, $30.66 a barrel. nicole: the number one stock is alphabet, stock soaring after reporting profits beating out apple as the largest company in the world. >> a different story at yahoo! where marissa meyer is reportedly set to cut 15% of the workforce as yahoo! reports its latest results. welcome to "fbn a.m.," the latest breaking news and what to expect for your tuesday ahead. >> too close to call, hillary clinton and bernie sanders locked in a tight battle in the iowa democratic caucuses. blake merriman is in des moines,
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iowa with the latest. >> after all of that, very little clarity coming out of iowa. the race ended monday night too close to call. hillary clinton celebrated with what she calls relief. >> big sigh of relief. >> jump into this race in may, he was down 41 points, he was able to tell his supporters the race ended in a virtual tie. >> we were taking on the most powerful political organization in the united states of america. and 2 nights the results are still not known but it looks like we are in a virtual tie. >> reporter: martin o'malley essentially scratched and dropped out of the race monday night. the delegate count will likely be split evenly here between bernie sanders and hillary
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clinton. from here the race moves to new hampshire where polling suggests it is bernie sanders with a big lead in the first of the nation primary. back to you in new york. >> politico saying hillary clinton narrowly defeated bernie sanders and the iowa caucuses, democratic party announced tuesday morning. we set it was neck in neck and political giving it to hillary. >> donald trump finishing second in the iowa caucuses, texas senator ted cruz edging past and with strong support from evangelical and conservative voters. >> 2 nights is a victotonight i grass roots. >> marco rubio finishing just behind donald trump in third
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place with a late surge but a big one and not hawkeye state. >> tonight in awe at what people of this great state sent a very clear message. kabul seven years of barack obama we are not waiting any longer to take our country back. >> trump's decision not to attend the fox debate gave the florida senator a better opportunity to stand up in front of 8 huge audience and peter barnes in iowa with reactions from donald trump. >> some supporters cleared out of his caucus after his second place finish in iowa. donald trump been his remarks did not express any regrets or disappointment in his finish. >> we will go on to get the republican nomination and we will go on to easily beat hillary or bernie or whoever the hell they throw up their. i iowa, we love you, we thank you. >> with his trademark sense of
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humor trump says he loves i was so much he could come back and buy a farm here. back to you in new york. >> the democratic party is now calling it for hillary. the political reporting that this morning. look at more results from the republican iowa caucuses, ben carson coming in fourth with 9% followed by rand paul at 5%, florida governor jeb bush at 3%, carly fiorina, ohio governor john kasich, former arkansas governor mike huckabee each get 2%. mike huckabee dropped out of the race last night. new jersey governor chris christie followed by rick santorum and virginia governor june gilmore. >> let's get some perspective on the results from the iowa caucuses from darren on the fox news decision desk. okay. we have the state democratic
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party and politico saying it is not too close to call. it was a close race but hillary clinton took it. your thoughts? >> the party can do what they want with the day. in iowa you look at state delegate equivalent and 3 or 4 point spread out of 1400 total delegate equivalence. they will map in 244 delegates of the national convention. i would be pretty stunned if it didn't break 22 -- if they want to see hillary won that is an interesting call, not to be too cynical but i bet they got a ton of pressure to declare a winner. we had three of those caucuses, the tiebreaker was broken by
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a:what, reports were held maria won three of three. it was very close. >> let's talk about ted cruz and how he moved ahead with this. we talked about donald trump, ted cruz and marco rubio but ted cruz takes the evangelical vote, went to 99 counties. what makes him the winner tonight? we may have lost their. >> i am here. it looks like ted cruz did what he thought we would, evangelicals, he carries them easily, very conservative voters, got 43% of that vote, regional lead, what was interesting if you look at the issue break down, ted cruz did very well among people who fought terrorism was the most
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important issue and held his own on people who thought immigration was the most important issue. >> population in iowa would go for those being important issues. what would you make of marco rubio complete the surging, surprise third-place finish in iowa. >> talking about marco momentum, the last few days got 29% and carried that, one third of voters decided the last few days he is number one choice there and i would sense the surprising third finish, none of the other establishment candidates did very well. there may be some incentive to coalesce around marco rubio, maybe some for senator marco rubio we will see but certainly
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looks promising for him. >> nearly all the presidential candidates are on their way to new hampshire. not column but most of them. jo lin kent is live in manchester. what happens next on the campaign trail, the new hampshire primary, good morning to you. jo lin: good morning. candidates landing on the tarmac in new hampshire getting ready for the rest of the nation primary in new hampshire, eight days to go. this is what ted cruz said up on winning the iowa caucuses and his plan for new hampshire. >> it is a victory for the grass roots. tonight is a victory for courageous conservatives across all iowa and all across this
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great nation. >> ted cruz telling fox news that he plans to have a strong ground game despite the fact he is trailing donald trump on the democratic side. bernie sanders landing moments ago in new hampshire and this is how he characterized what happened in iowa, virtual tie. >> the people of iowa have sent a profound message to the political establishment, the economic establishment and by the way to the media. >> the landscape in new hampshire very different. donald trump tweeting 30 points, ted cruz coming in 12, a marco rubio 11%, john kasich at 9% and the governors are here to battle it out at ground zero in new hampshire, jeb bush holding an event in manchester saying he wants to be that candidate new hampshire chooses, chris
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christie, john kasich, interviewing later today, they see in new hampshire as they're critical spot. from kind of crowd voting here, less evangelical, more independent, more fiscally conservative. we will see what these candidates do but they are all here, going across the state, clinton national, and all the other republican candidate standing out across the state trying to earn every vote, every independent and democratic vote in the last eight days. >> very exciting and the democratic party will reiterate, declaring hillary clinton the winner in iowa so that is what we will be watching. >> they are saying 171,000 voters turned out and this was the closest race on the democratic side in history. let's get you caught up on a global market action, stocks mixed, nice game for the
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shanghai composite in china thanks to some liquidity from central bank, and in europe. >> all down arrows down 9% for major averages, the cac quarante down 2%. and in the u.s. stock futures trading down, 1 twenty-seventh you are looking at the dow down 24, let's look at what is going on with oil at this morning. it is down $3.60 down 3.2%, seeing some accelerated selling and oil. gold down $2 at $11.25 a troy ounce. >> this is how the dollar's trading against the currency strength in the era when the japanese yen, and checking out the ten year bonds, money moving into the ten year bond, around one.92% this morning, coming up record turnout in iowa leaves donald trump humbled and
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defeated by ted cruz. >> we finished second and i want to tell you something. i am just honored. >> we have the results and google parent of a that takes over the world and yahoo! ceo marissa meyer gets bent to swing the ax. you are watching "fbn a.m.," breaking news.
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>> i was reasonably happy today until i discovered the dirty tricks that were going on, people spreading rumors that i had dropped out and people should caucus for somebody else. i just want you to know i am not
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going anywhere. >> ben carson came in fourth. iowa democratic party declaring hillary clinton the winner of the state democratic caucuses. it was a very tight race between secretary of state and vermont senator bernie sanders. officials say clinton won by a razor-thin margin. the race now moves to new hampshire where bernie sanders as far ahead. on the gop side donald trump finishing second in the iowa caucuses, ted cruz and passed him strong support from evangelical and conservative voters marco rubio finishing behind donald trump with the lead surgeon hawkeye state. as donald trump comes in second in the iowa caucuses there's a report that is star on hollywood walk of fame was the face. someone drew a swastika overdoes star. los angeles times said soon after the chamber of commerce discovered the vandalism they
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cleaned up the star. donald trump was inducted into the walk of fame in 2007. >> alphabet unseeded apple to claim the title as the world's most valuable public company things to 4% jump after hours. the parent of google is valued at $565 billion, that is more than apple last $539 billion. of the topping at elected a company's fourth quarter results easily beat the expectation held by strong ad sales to smart phone users. the company releasing profitability of google search engine and its other online services for the first time along with how much spending on other projects and the self driving car. >> marissa meyer's strategy at yahoo! may have changed from turning the company around to drastic cost cutting. according to reports she plans to appear on a video today with ken goldman to unveil a plan aimed at cutting the internet company's costs.
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this is expected to come after yahoo! announces fourth quarter earnings tonight. forces in the play includes several businesses closing down and reducing work force by 15%. marissa meyer facing scrutiny from investors and possible proxy fight with star byrd value. >> let's get you caught up, a lot of down arrows in asia and europe for the most part a u.s. stock index futures point to a lower open, dow futures down 117, 3/4 of 1 prison, the s&p down 15, nasdaq down 4. oil fob prices selling off, crude at $30.60 a barrel, decline of 3-1/4 person, golden $1,120 a troy ounce down $2.60. coming up a shocker in the democratic presidential race as bernie sanders and hillary clinton end neck in neck. >> i think the people of iowa
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have sent a very profound message to the political establishment, to the economic establishment and the media establishment. >> all the results and analysis. ken ted cruz kerri his victory over donald trump been to new hampshire is the next question. we will take a look at that. you are looking at a first look at mornings market on "fbn a.m.". keep it here.
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>> i am lauren simonetti. on the gop side ted cruz beating donald trump for the top spot with marco rubio putting in a strong showing for this third spot. we have all the results for you. in the markets we see down arrows, let's check out u.s. stock market features down 129, isn't the down 17. in asia a mixed bag, shanghai composite at 2-4%, the hang seng and the kospi down to the downside. >> oil under pressure, it has been down, accelerating 3-.7%, $30.44 a barrel with >> stock to watch is alphabet, that stock soaring after reporting lower profits beating out apple as the largest company in the world. >> different story at yahoo! where marissa meyer is set to chop up 15% of the work force as it reports the latest results. welcome to "fbn a.m.," your first look at markets, the latest breaking news and what to
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expect in the day ahead. >> i would democratic party declaring hillary clinton the winner of the state democratic caucuses. it was a tight race the former secretary of state and senator senators. clinton won by razor-thin margin. the race moves to new hampshire where it is ahead. >> donald trump finishing second in the iowa caucuses as ted cruz edges past him with strong support from evangelical and conservative voters. >> tonight is a victory for the grass roots. tonight is a victory for courageous conservatives across iowa and all across this great nation. >> marco rubio finishing just behind trump. the late surge in the hawkeye state.
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>> tonight in iowa the people of this great state send a clear message. kabul seven years of barack obama we are not waiting any longer to take our country back. >> marco rubio says trump's decision not to attend the debate gave the florida senator a better opportunity to shine in front of a huge audience. peter barnes is in des moines, iowa with trump's reaction. >> some supporters cleared out of his caucus very quickly after his second place finish in iowa. trump in his remarks did not express any regret or disappointment in his finish. >> we will go on to get the republican nomination and we will go on to easily beat hillary or bernie or whoever the hell they throw up their. iowa, we love you, we thank you. >> with his trademark sense of humor trump city love violence of the team a come back and buy
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a farm here. >> thank you, peter barnes. looking at more results, ben carson coming in fourth place, 9.3% of the vote and rand paul, 4.5%, florida governor jeb bush at 2.8%, carly fiorina and ohio governor john kasich at 4.9%. former arkansas governor mike huckabee 1.8%. mike huckabee dropped out of the race last night. new jersey governor chris christie getting 1.8% followed by a former pennsylvania senator rick santorum and virginia governor jim gilmore. getting caught up on global market activity we see an up arrow for the shanghai composite index up 2.2% change in mortgages and how much you put down in china and the nikkei, hang seng and kospi go the other way to the downside with the
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kospi down 1%. >> down arrows for the ftse down 102 points, the cac down 179, we are seeing selling intensified. >> stock market futures selling off this morning, dow futures down 111, s&p futures down 15 to the tune of 3 quarters of 1 present and the nasdaq down 40. oil prices sold off 6% and down another 3.5% today, $30.49 a barrel, gold down 4%. >> a strong showing for marco rubio in iowa. >> i thank you. we have taken the first step but an important step towards winning this election. >> how will they do in new hampshire? live report from manchester and analysis and remember those fare cuts that went into effect in new york, guess who is not too happy about those cuts? we have that story.
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obviously the voters are sick of me and i need to acknowledge that. [laughter] >> i had rather lose an election with the kind of wonderful people that have stood with us through this whole process than to win and not have the kind of prayerful loving and gracious support that we have enjoyed through this process. >> lauren: mike huckabee dropping out of the race last night. iowa's democratic party declaring hillary clinton the winner of the state's democratic caucuses. it was a very tight race. officials say clinton won by a razor-thin margin and moves onto new hampshire where sanders is ahead. ted cruz edges pass him with support from conservative voters. and then you have marco rubio finishing behind trump.
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>> nicole: let's take you to u.s. stock market futures. down arrows all morning long with dow futures down over 1 -- 100 points. nasdaq worst of the bunch almost a 40. >> lauren: gold at one thousand $24 a troy ounce. >> nicole: uber drivers are not happy with recent cuts. hundreds of drivers and demanded a return to the full rates. uber said that when it cut prices, the amount of time drivers started to fell and did more business.
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>> a thousand people freezing their butts off. >> lauren: that, of course, is bull murray from the classic movie ground hog day. today is ground hog day. if he doesn't see shadow will be six more weeks of winter. >> nicole: remember when de blasio dropped the ground hog? hillary clinton won iowa caucus by a razor-thin margins. i'm excited about getting in debate with senator sanders about the best way to fight for america. >> nicole: we will go live to manchester to set the scene for that primary. u.s. stock market futures
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>> iowa has sent notice that the republican nominee and the next president of the united states will not be chosen by the media. >> we finished second and i want to tell you something, i'm just honored. >> lauren: breaking news this morning. record turnout for the iowa caucuses leave donald trump lose to go ted cruz. good morning, i'm lauren simonetti. >> nicole: good morning, i'm nicole petallides. iowa's democratic party declaring hillary clinton the
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winner. >> lauren: in the markets, u.s. stock market futures selling off this tuesday morning ahead of the opening bell. nasdaq futures down 40. >> nicole: in asia mix bag. nikkei, hang seng and kospi closed lower. kospi down almost 1%. >> lauren: oil prices dropping dramatically, 3.4%. >> nicole: we have a stock to watch and that is google parent alphabet. soaring after blowout profits beating apple as the largest company in world. >> lauren: a different story at yahoo where ceo marisa myer where she is set to cut workforce as reports to latest results. welcome to fbn:am, first look at morning markets, breaking news and what to expect on the day ahead. >> nicole: breaking news this morning, iowa democratic party declaring hillary clinton the winner of the state's democratic caucuses. it was a very tight race between
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the former secretary of state and vermont senator bernie sanders. the race now moves to new hampshire where sappedders -- sanders is far ahead. >> lauren: texas senator ted cruz surges pass him from conservative voters. >> tonight is a victory for the grass-roots. [cheers and applause] tonight is a victory for courageous conservatives across iowa and all across this great nation. >> lauren: in third marco rubio finishing just behind trump with a late surge in the hawkeye state. >> tonight here in iowa sent a very clear message. after seven years of barack obama, we are not waiting any longer to take our country back. [cheers and applause]
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>> lauren: rubio campaign says trump decision not to attend last week's debate gave the florida senator a better opportunity to stand out in front of huge audience. peter barnes is in des moines, iowa with trump's actions. >> peter: trump supporters cleared very quickly. trump in his remarks did not express regrets or disappointments in his finish. >> we will go onto get the republican nomination and we will go onto easily beat hillary or bernie or whoever the hell they throw up there. [cheers and applause] >> iowa we love, we thank you. peter peter trump says he loves iowa so much, he might wail come back and buy a farm here. back to you in new york. >> lauren: and he may. peter barnes, thank you. >> nicole: retired neurosurgeon ben carson coming in fourth
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followed by kentucky senator rand paul. former florida governor jeb bush 2.8%. carly fiorina and kasich # 1.9% and huckabee has 1.8%. huckabee dropped out last night. chris christie gets 1%. >> lauren: let's get some perspective on the results of the iowa caucuses. we have sean trendy. sean, what happened to donald trump, he didn't do the fox debate last week and he comes in second in iowa. >> yeah, i see the relationship there. no, i think that he just had a tough time getting some of his supporters out, you know, he was banking on a lot of first-time
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supporters. all in all, a little bit of a surprising result. >> nicole: iowa democratic party declaring hillary clinton the winner now. we know it was neck and neck. we have been watching moment to moment. we saw younger voters to bernie sanders. do you think this would translate to new hampshire now? >> i think bernie sanders had a lead. >> nicole: with hillary clinton, do you think with hillary clinton this momentum could continue for her? >> she's probably going to win south carolina. the next interesting race is the nevada caucuses. >> lauren: why? >> bernie could win half of opening contests going to supertuesday. >> lauren: let's go back to go punishing side, you have marco rubio surging and donald trump learning that he can be beaten. what do you learn from the republican side?
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>> people make up their minds late and so we see these polls and we live by the polls and certainly rcp does. at the end of the day, voters and primaries take a good last look before going into the race and that can change things. >> lauren: the polls are not always accurate as we have been learning. >> that's right, they're the best bet but not always the right bet. >> nicole: a lot of people were actually saying that they wanted an outsider, someone outside of washington. what do you think of that? >> people, i think, when they go to voting booth value experience. you do have senators and true outsiders, senators with a lot of experience who did pretty well. >> lauren: what do you make of the new-comers, four and ten showing up for the most parton both sides. what did that help, who did that hurt? >> on the democratic sanders it helps sanders.
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on the republican side people thought it was going to help trump. it wasn't enough. >> nicole: when we talk about the hot topics that everybody talks about, economy, same-section -- same-sex marriage, religion, which one holds more merit? >> i think the state department. i think immigration is a big one that's doing to come up as we go on the republican side. >> lauren: sean trende, thank you. >> thank you. >> nicole: most of the candidates are in to new hampshire. jo ling kent from new hampshire. new hampshire primary one week from today. good morning, jo, what are you learning?
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>> jo ling: bernie sanders landing here at the first in the nation where he expects to do very well. here is what he said on his plan about his plan for new hampshire. >> when we began the campaign i think it's fair to say we were considered to be a french campaign, i would hope that most people no longer believe that. >> jo ling: and senator clinton meanwhile getting a little bit a wind on her sails after a virtual tied in iowa as well. she will be hitting the ground running in new hampshire with an event. meanwhile in the republican side, iowa caucus convictor ted cruz saying that he has the organization to beat trump who currently is ahead of him by double digits. this is what senator cruz told fox last night. >> we've got this army on the ground in new hampshire. you know, one of the things that
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we are seeing in iowa and across the country the old reagan coalition coming together, and reagan democrats, that's what it takes to win. >> jo ling: but here in new jersey there's a lot of candidates awaiting ted cruz and donald trump and clinton and sanders. you've got jeb bush who was campaigning at the alpine, club last night saying he wants to be the candidate to take new hampshire. he has placed all the eggs in his campaign. governor john kasich campaigning hard in new jersey and chris christie betting it all. but the poll numbers do say a lot so far. trump continues to hold the lead on the go punishing side with 30 points followed by ted cruz at 12, marco rubio at 11 and kasich at 9:00. i will be interviewing john kasich on his bus today. back to you. >> nicole: we will watch for
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that jo ling kent in manchester, new hampshire. >> lauren: shanghai composite up in a big way. kospi down about 1%. >> nicole: in europe all the major averages down. cac quarante nearly 2%. >> lauren: right here in the u.s. after a flat start to the month, dow jones industrial futures 113 points, nasdaq futures down about 39. >> nicole: watching oil, 30.63 a barrel. down over a buck, gold pulse back three bucks. >> lauren: coming up ted cruz beats donald trump in iowa and takes a victory lap. >> tonight is a victory for courageous conservatives across iowa and all across this great nation. >> lauren: we will have all of the results for you, another big drop in crude oil could weigh on stocks today. we will have the latest, quote,
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>> against all odds, against a little bit of bias here and there, tonight the liberty movement beat four-sitting governors from the establishment. [cheers and applause] >> lauren: breaking news this morning, iowa's demcratic party hillary clinton winner.
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bernie sanders, officials say clinton won by a razor-thin margin. the race moves to new hampshire where bernie is far ahead. texas senator ted cruz urges pass him from evangelical and conservative voters. marco rubio just behind trump with a surge in the hawkeye state. >> nicole: right now we are seeing dow few down 116 points. nasdaq is the worst of the bunch down 39. >> lauren: oil prices selling off once again today, 30.57 a barrel. a buck, gold down almost 3 bucks to 1125 a troy ounce. coming up we will run down global market action before we
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>> nicole: in the global market action. mostly down arrows in asia and also in europe. that's certainly the worst of the bunch. dax is down about 1 and a quarter percent. checking out u.s. stock market futures. down arrows there as well with dow futures down 115 and s&p futures down right now three quarters of 1%. nasdaq almost down a full percent. we see selloff in commodities as oil is 30.55. down 3.3%. gold selling 3 bucks. so much of the iowa caucus, we go to mornings with maria and we say hello to maria bartiromo. >> maria: thank you so much. busy tuesday. it is tuesday february 2nd with me this morning fox business network dagen mcdowell and trading partners michael block. first your top stories, 6:00 a.m. on the east coast.
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iowa caucuses now the books with record-breaking turnouts. ted cruds beating donald trump to 28%. days before donald trump skipped the debate. here is how they all reacted to the news. >> god bless the great state of iowa. tonight is a victory for courageous conservatives across iowa and all across this great nation. >> we finished second and i want to tell you something, i'm just honored. >> tonight here in iowa the people of this great state sent a very clear message, after seven years of barack obama, we are not waiting any longer to take our country back. [cheers and applause] >> maria: and the results are now in on the other side of the race as well, hillary clinton beating out bernie sanders in what the iowa democratic party is calling a historically-close caucus.
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based on the statement from the party, there are not enough delegates up for grabs for sanders to overcome the deficit. 699.57 for clinton and sanders 699.49. just delegateses left. two campaigning suspending race last night. the remaining candidates moving onto new hampshire. we are watching market this is morning. futures are pointing to a decline at the opening of trading. take a look at where we are stand. oil prices once again weighing on markets this morning. crude oil trading near one week-low, 30.56 a barrel. that sets the tone. we also have the job's numbers this week, remember. getting a check on global markets, in europe, decline across the board.

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