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nicole: breaking news this morning and former presidential candidate mitt romney confesses to neil cavuto that the tax return of donald trump make have a bombshell. lauren: good morning, everybody. i am transfixed. ted kristin mccorvey told fox news they can be donald trump in the way to the race house. nicole: the market that for a while day trading with the dow dropping 250 points only to end at 53 points. today right now the second town features 1030, s&p down for. lauren: in asia, stocks plunging after the current itself for the
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fifth straight day. stocks in japan rose almost 1.5%. nicole: let's take a look about right this second. down 1.2%. lauren: apple ceo tim cook goes on to defend his defiance of a court order to unlock an iphone used by terrorists. nicole: wild weather leaving at least four people dead in virginia and thousands of flights canceled. lauren: college basketball top 10 teams continue to fall including the never went team in the nation. we will have the highlights. welcome to "fbn:am," the latest breaking news and in what to expect for the day ahead. true to form republican presidential nominee on your world with neil cavuto attacking donald trump or the attacks are trying to far refused to release.
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>> we have good reason to believe that there is a bombshell of donald trump's taxes. i think there is something there. either he is not anywhere near as wealthy as he says he has or hasn't been paying the taxes expected to pay or perhaps he hasn't been giving money to the veterans are disabled like he's been telling us he's been doing. nicole: donald trump is sitting back saying that romney who totally blew an election that should have been one and his tax returns made him look like a fool is now playing tough guy. trump also says when that romney asked me for my endorsement he was so awkward and goofy that we all should have known he could not win. romney did the same thing to trump that then senate majority leader harry reid did to him back in 2012. >> but improved that he has to pay taxes because he hasn't appeared straight to the nevada senator craig romney with 10
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years without paying taxes citing an unnamed source. if you've read never backed up his claim with any evidence. china won in the u.s. senate to punitive currency policies that could disrupt u.s.-china relations after donald trump's win in nevada. trump wants to punish beijing for currency manipulation with a tax on chinese goods. lauren: for presidential candidates attend a forum hosted by fox news is making kelley in texas. senators merck are reviewing ted cruz told voters they are the ideal candidate to block trumps path to the gop nomination. >> we are not going to love the conservative movement to be defined by nominee who was making everyday. i can win. i can unify disparate can unify this friday come across this party and win this election. democrats do not want to run against me. >> the only campaign that can beat donald and the only campaign that has beaten donald
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is our campaign. in my view coming back nationally anywhere from 65% to 75% of republicans don't think donald is the right candidate. turning to our ohio governor john kasich and ben carson vowing to stay in the race. >> the people calling for me to get out, many are people inside the beltway. they are the lobbyists. we intend to keep going. we are not stopping and i'm not giving up its >> 5% of the delegates have been selected already. it's like a baseball game and everybody wants to call the game after the first inning. we have a ways to go yet. nicole: a candidate needs 1207 delegates to claim the nomination. make sure to stay with fox business for super tuesday coverage march 1st starting at
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6:00 p.m. eastern time right here on the fox business network. lauren: now the latest on the fbi's demand apple online and iphone. in an interview with abc news, tim cook said it would be bad for america if his company complied with the government's request. >> apple has cooperated with the fbi fully in this case. they came to us and asked us for all the information we have on this phone and we gave everything we had. but this case is not about one phone. this case is about the future. lauren: neil could they go asking ted olson is apple should be ashamed for itself with a similar attack with the happening again. >> it's awful when someone will say someone should be ashamed for getting up for the rights embedded in the current situation. the terrorists want us to lose those rights.
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nicole: apple expected to file a legal response incorporate tomorrow. cia director will share his thoughts on this issue with their liz claman today are carried down to the closing ballot 3:00 p.m. eastern. nicole: the house intelligence committee holding a hearing on worldwide threats to the united states. the main topics the encryption battle between the fbi and apple. the list of witnesses include fbi director james comite and is expected to be asked about apple in the government's ability to hack into not just the terrorists phone, but the silence of other cases. the hearing just as apple says it prefers congress to start up the issue. the general threat of the islamic state expected to be in focus today at this hearing. lauren: islamic state hackers taking aim for fighting terrorism on their internet platform.
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a 25 minute propaganda video made by a state supporter show up to allergies targeted by the holy spirit will not show the video to you. sons of the caliphate army respond to growing efforts by facebook and twitter to suspend accounts and remove posts that social media services stay silent and promote terrorism. twitter and facebook declining to comment. nicole: brien sandoval is a possible nominee to the supreme court. the move would be seen as an attempt by president obama to overcome senate republican resistance to any nominee. a 52-year-old mexican-american is considered a moderate republican particularly on social issues. senate majority leader mitch mcconnell reiterating that no nominee will be considered until a new president is in office.
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>> this is a matter of extraordinary importance to the country. whoever makes this a play mat will affect american life for the next 25 or 30 years depending upon the lifespan of the nominee. so let the people decide. treated to president obama vowing to move ahead with the nominee. lauren: reuters reporting u.s. spy agencies have told congress that could've been some computer server contains enough top secret because they were being matched sections of the government was highly classified documents. or parts of first formal declaration detailing how they believe clinton violated government rules. attorney general to read a lunch has confirmed to congress victory justice attorneys are involved in the e-mail investigation.
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new sanctions against north korea. this comes a day after washington and beijing agreed on the resolution hoping to put it to a vote in the nation count on the coming days if the two world powers have been negotiating on the past seven week after the fourth nuclear test. the resolution is to call for the blacklisting of a number of north korean individuals and entities. lauren: like starting a shed. stocks mixed for 1.4%. kospi is the outcome of the shanghai and a big way at 6.4%. almost 10% today raising the dividend. across the board all up arrows each more than 1%. after wild swings yesterday comes to market futures trading to the downside not taking a cue from europe.
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nicole: looking for key commodities. at 1248 troy ounce, or the playback 1.5% of 31.69 a barrel. >> the u.s. dollar straining against currencies. the u.k. pound at 139. nicole: no surprise there. the yield on the 10 year treasury rate now 1.71%. a powerful storms sweeping across the east coast killing four people appeared strong with knocking out power to tens of thousands of homes and businesses across the region. >> the debris is very heavy at the time and all over the place. we are still trying to get rescued a certain places. >> i didn't see it. i don't even know where it came from. all i know is i'm thankful that i'm alive. >> this comes a day after the system respond about two dozen tornadoes along the gulf coast
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killing three people and damaging hundreds of homes. in the midwest, heavy snow, high wind and school closings in several states. nicole: today's edition of "the wall street journal." $6.24 billion takeover offer. the deal marks a rare case of japan selling a top brand to a foreign buyer. a tall hurdle in south africa. they will become the biggest rothrock for anheuser-busch combines the world to biggest rumors. african-american hate hollywood sweet spots. the hot trend has studios digging deep into their archives. coming up camino deals saying. if at first you don't succeed -- well, elon musk will try, try again.
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lauren: space extracted again. even on musk would make sense that attempted to two and a rocket up and the platform and atlantic ocean. the rocket was scheduled to take off yesterday from cape canaveral air force station. it was postponed 30 minutes because of the severe storms and tornado warnings across the state of florida. space-bar class attempted last january and the rocket exploded after one of his planning makes malfunction. elon musk is hopeful today's mission will be a success either same stationary orbit presents additional challenges. today's launch is scheduled for 6:46 p.m. eastern time. nicole: that's very cool. let's say you caught up in the global market action.
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a big selloff in china. 6.5% to the downside. in japan, the nikkei up 1.5%. lauren: europe is looking for a period you have to set one up 150.5.78562. nicole: after a 50-point selloff was the stocks finish higher. dow futures down 37, s. he futures right now down five. lauren: 31.78 of the dollar to 1240 an ounce. nicole: now the latest in the world of supports. the number one team in the issue as upset as villanova loss to number five xavier nady's "fbn:am" 83. jp mccarrick came off the bench while sumner added a teen in the attack of the musketeers. xavier was not -- got revenge for the 31-point loss earlier in the season but the win was also
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the biggest victory over the wildcats in three seasons. during the warriors 118-when told that three comments after he tied an nba record. his first three-pointer of the game. curry tied kyl korver for 127 consecutive regular-season games with a three pointer. to put it in perspective, the last game at that a 32014. going into last night, curry leads the league in three pointers this season. 88 more than anyone else in the league. colorado snapped a six-game losing streak to arizona 75-72. josh scott had a few mistakes towards the end of the game. a season-high 26 points was enough to clinch the victory. the win gave colorado its green season after, five of which happened in the last six years.
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lauren: coming up, neil cavuto suggest donald trump might have a tax problem. >> we have good reason to believe there is a bombshell and donald trump's taxes. i think there is something there. lauren: the latest on the story for you. apple ceo tim for defensive defiance to not unblock a cell phone use by terrorists. they make some things are right, some things are hard and some things are both fear this is one of those things. lauren: checking your stock index futures this morning. s&p futures down 5.5. nasdaq futures down 14. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪
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lauren: breaking news this morning or a presidential candidate mitt romney suggested neil cavuto to donald trump's tax returns may contain a bombshell pastor morning. i am transfixed. nicole: good morning. and nicole petallides. tankers and marco rubio tells fox news they can beat donald trump in the race to the white house. nicole: after wild day of trading yesterday, the dow dropped to under 50 points only to end up 53 points. let's show you a stock market futures down 35. s&p down almost five. nicole: asian stocks try to plunge after the currency fell for the fifth straight day. the composite index sinking 6.5%. stocks in japan rose 1.4%. nicole: volatile oil markets and
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right now trading 1% to the downside 3178 of barrel. nicole: apple ceo tim cook goes on network television to defend his defiance of a court order to unlock an iphone used by terrorists. we will have some of the interview for you. lauren: wild weather gripping across the u.s. this time leaving four people dead in virginia and thousands of flights canceled. nicole: in sports, the tenants continue to fall including the number one nation. welcome to "fbn:am," your first look at what is living in today's market, the latest breaking news and what to expect they had. lauren: former republican presidential nominee mitt romney on your world with neil cavuto attacking donald trump of her tax returns he has so far refused to release. >> we have good reason to believe there is a bombshell in donald trump's taxes.
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>> what do you mean? >> either he's not as wealthy as he says he is or hasn't been paying taxes we would expect him to pay or perhaps he hasn't been giving money to the vets are disabled like he's telling us he's doing. lauren: trump is heading back on twitter. mitt romney who totally blew an election who should have won and the tax returns that made him look like a fool is playing tough guy. when mitt romney asked me for my address that lasted around, he was so awkward and goofy we all should've known he could not win. romney did the same thing to trump that then senate majority leader harry reid did to him back in 2012. >> let him pay he has paid taxes because he hasn't. lauren: of romney went 10 years about paying taxes citing an unnamed source. read never backed up his claim. china is warning not to adopt
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policies that could disrupt u.s. trump wants to punish with attacks on chinese goods. nicole: break in this morning, republican presidential candidates attending a campaign for posted by fox news making kelley in texas. senator marco rubio and ted cruz telling voters they are the ideal candidate to bach trumps path to the gop nomination. >> we are not going to allow the conservative movement to be defined by a nominee who was a conservative. that can win. i can grow this party and i will win the election. democrats desperately do not want to run against me. that's why they attacked in more than anyone else in the race. >> the only campaign that can beat donald and the other campaign that has beat donald as our campaign. elected nationally from from 65% to 70% of republicans don't
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think donald is to write the public to nominate to go up against hillary clinton. lauren: meanwhile, john kasich and ben carson battling to stay in the race. >> the people calling for me to get out other than the people inside the beltway. we intend to keep going. we are not stopping and i'm not giving up. >> 5% of the delegates have been accepted already. it's like a baseball game. everybody wants to call the game after the first inning. we have a ways to go yet. nicole: republicans have six republicans have 600 delegates in 11 states on super twos day. a campaign it's 1237 delicate to claim the nomination. make sure to stay with fox business has been seeped up for super tuesday coverage on march 1st starting at 6:00 p.m. eastern on fox news network. nicole: the latest on the controversy swirling around the fbi's demand that apple unlocked
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an iphone used by one of the san bernardino terrorist in an interview with abc news, apple ceo tim cook saying it would be bad for america if his company complied with the government's request. >> apple has cooperated with the fbi fully in this case. they came and asked us for all the information we had on this phone and we gave everything that we had. but the case is not about one phone. this case is about the future. nicole: neil cavuto asking ted olson is apple should be ashamed of itself were an attack to happen again. >> it is helpful when someone will say that someone should be ashamed for standing up for the rights embedded in the constitution. the terrorists want us to lose those rights. nicole: apple expected to file its response by tomorrow. former cia trebek to her will
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share his thoughts on this issue. that will be today on countdown to the closing bell at 3:00 p.m. eastern time. lauren: stocks in china time and within 6%. for the latest on the asian markets reporter rachel ruble. reporter: good morning. a rough day for investors in china but the bottom falling out of the shade i can posit. we've really seen since the start of the year. more than 6%, almost 6.5% of the general global negativity as well as tightening liquidity in the market transportation and financials with the hardest hit. we saw china falling 10% today. shares in hong kong down a slope the hang seng the hang seng falling 1.5%. the rest of the market had a much better day with the nikkei 225 in the south korean cost pc games. in tokyo, shares plummeted following as much as 20% at one point during the day before,
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regaining some closing down more than 14%. news that had accepted a takeover offer. that didn't bode well for share spare. lauren: rachel ruble, thank you. nicole: the check at europe right now. the bank of london up 9%, 10% today. the dax at three quarters of 1%. the new set of blades as they raising the dividend. lauren: the dow went down 230 points to a 53 points in the abdomen of a small sellout. dow futures on 21 points, nasdaq futures done seven. train to checking out oil, which way does it go? thirty-one cents at 21.84. the gold had been hire a short time ago now negative down to 1236. lauren: a powerful is seeping across the east coast killing four people a day after the
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system find about two dozen tornadoes along the gulf coast killing three people and damaging hundreds of homes. in the midwest, white out conditions stranded drivers delayed flight. fox meteorologist maria molina is here tracking of forests. good morning. reporter: good morning. packing a punch in parts of the eastern u.s., gold coast and into the midwest. looking at them report yesterday of tornadoes across the carolinas and into virginia. you can see their concentration area said bear stearns raised by current ambassador weather across parts of the northeast. a severe thunderstorm watch or the nighttime hours in places like long island and new york city. the backside of the system continued to do a snowfall. that is the big story today. to continue across parts of the great lakes and pick up intensity across parts of the interior north east. areas downwind of ontario and erie and the higher elevations of the appellations where you
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will see some of the worst conditions today where we do have winter weather advisories in effect unless a winter storm warnings. looking at snowfall accumulation not here on a couple inches. the high elevations could be looking that while only six inches of snow. let's head over to you. lauren: maria molina, thank you. nicole: facebook it's emotional. users have five more emotions to express than just the light button. we will tell you how facebook users or be acting. imagine going out to dinner and finding a rare pearl in your mail. it happened. we will tell you all about it. you are watching reporter, your first look at morning markets, breaking news in the day ahead. we have some down arrows. ♪ was engineered...
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lauren: welcome back, everybody. stock futures down because oil prices are down. s&p down almost two. nasdaq futures down five-point. nicole: a cautionary tone all around. oil 24 cents. 3198-barrel and pulled down $2.50 at 1236 victoria. lauren: if liking something on face that was enough or didn't feel like the right emotion. facebook introducing five new ways for users to show the events on those. but are we talking about? a motion and emotions to show those emotions. love, ha ha, wow, sad, angry. feeling fight being excited and feeling those that were left out. some users said they also wanted a finally a motion for a post i thought were long overdue. so five was enough for some
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users. nicole: this diner got as lucky as you wish you could wish you could have bought eating clams. she founded her own worth $600 at a local italian restaurant in washington. lindsay said she was eating her seafood dish of clams and mussels when she bit into some and hired. after she pulled out the small purple pebble like object, she went to a gemologist. at first gemologist bashes made a joke. then he confirmed she actually had a wind carried job quality color for over $600. she wants to make it a necklace that she could remember her italian meal. >> i might've taken the 600 rats. that romney suggests you neil cavuto that donald chuck might have a tax problem. the mac we have a reason to believe there's a bombshell. i think there's something there.
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lauren: apple ceo tim cook defends himself in to find that the court order to unlock an iphone by terrorists. >> some things are hard and done things the right. and since things are about. this is one of those things. nicole: we will have the rest for you. check documents features. down 13 points. s&p futures down to, nasdaq futures done this. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at barney market and breaking news. ♪
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nicole: former presidential candidate mitt romney suggesting a committed that donald trump tax returns may contain a bombshell. we will have the latest on this story. i am nicole petallides. lauren: im lauren simonetti. tankers and marco rubio told fox news that can be donald trump in the race for the white house. transcript of a day of trading yesterday the datatype in 250 points only to end at 53 points. let's check it out right now. dow futures down and can s&p down one point bias. lauren: the shanghai composite
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down 6.4%, but stocks in japan up 1.4%. nicole: volatile oil market driving much of the training yesterday of course had a flick about right now three quarters of 1% at 21.90. apple ceo tim cook goes on network tv to defend his defiance of a court order to unlock an iphone used by terrorists. some of the interview coming up. transfer wild weather rips across the country again, this time leaving four people dead in virginia and thousands of sites council. lauren: logon to ask bn, for the latest breaking news in what to expect for the day ahead. nicole: former presidential nominee that romney on your world with neil cavuto attacking donald trump of the tax returns yes so far refused to release. >> we have good reason to believe that there is a bombshell in donald trump's taxes.
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>> what do you mean? >> there's something there. either he's not as wealthy as he says he is there hasn't been paying taxes they would expect him to pay or perhaps he hasn't been giving money to the veterans of the disabled like he's been telling us he's been doing. nicole: trump is hitting back with these tweaks. that romney totally blew an election that should have been one and his tax returns made him look like a fool is now playing tough guy. trump also says that mitt romney asked me for my interest in it last time around, he was so off or do you see that we all should have known he could not win. romney did the same thing to trump that then senate majority leader harry reid just had back in 2012. >> but improved he has paid, because he hasn't. nicole: harry reid never backed up his claim with real evidence.
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meanwhile, stopping. at currency policies that could disrupt up to trump's the nevada caucuses. he wants to punish beijing for currency manipulation with attacks on cheney's goods. lauren: for republican presidential candidates attending a campaign forum hosted by fox news making kelley of texas. senator marco rubio and ted cruz telling voters they are the ideal candidates to block trumps after the gop nomination. >> we're not going to love the conservative movement to be defined by a nominee who was in a conservative did i can win. i can in fattest party, grow this party and i will win the election. the democrats definitely don't want to run against me. that's why the attack me more than anyone else in the race. >> the only campaign that can be donald and the only campaign that has big donald is made. he looked nationally and are from 65% to 75% of republicans
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don't think donald is the right candidate to nominate to go up against hillary clinton. nicole: ohio governor john kasich and ben carson both valid to stay in the race. >> the people calling for me to get out, many are people inside the beltway. we intend to keep going. we are not topping and i'm not giving up. >> 5% of the delegates have been expected already. we have a long way to go. it's like a baseball game and everybody wants to call the game after the first inning. we have a ways to go yet. nicole: 600 delegates on 11 states on tuesday. the candidate needs 1237 delicate to claim the nomination. make sure to stay with fox business for super tuesday coverage on march 1st starting at 6:00 p.m. eastern time right here on the fox business network. transfer the latest is swirling around the fbi demand that apple
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unlocked an iphone used by san bernardino terrorists. apple's ceo tim cook saying it would read that for america at this company complied with the government's request. >> apple has cooperated with the fbi fully in this case. they came to us and asked us for the information we had on the phone and we gave everything we had. this case is not about one phone. this case is about the future. lauren: neil cavuto asking ted olson if apple should be ashamed of it up if a similar attack were to happen again. >> it is awful with one will say that someone should be ashamed for handing out for the rights embedded in the constitution. the terrorists want us to lose those rights. >> applix identifiably cool response in court by tomorrow. former cia director james woolsey will share his thoughts
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on countdown to the closing bell at 3:00 p.m. eastern time. true to the islamic state hackers taking aim at jack dorsey for fighting terrorism on the internet platform. a 25 minute propaganda video apparently made by isis supporter shows photographs of technology leaders targeted by bullets. a group calling itself the sense of caliphate army says it is whose odd to growing efforts to suspend accounts, remove those that serve as they say it had silent and promote terrorism. twitter and facebook declined to comment. lauren: the white house considering brien sandoval of nevada as a possible nominee to the supreme court. the move would be seen as an attempt by president obama to overcome senate republican resistance to any nominee to sandoval is a mexican-american. he's considered a moderate republican particularly when it
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comes to social issues in the senate majority leader mitch mcconnell reiterated that no nominee will be considered until a new president is in office. >> this is a matter of extraordinary importance to the future of the country. whoever makes this appointment will affect american life are probably the next 25 or 30 years or beyond depending on the lifespan of dominique. let the people decide. >> now the latest development in the hillary clinton in the investigation. registered hurting u.s. agencies told congress clinton's home consumer contains enough that should have been treated as top secret. there were no match sections of the government's most highly classified documents. reports are the first formal declarations detailing how they believe clinton violated government rule.
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attorney general bebeto lynch has come for to congress that career justice department attorneys are involved in the clinton e-mail investigation. lauren: let's do a market check. a nation in mixed bag. stocks in chinatown in a big way. expert or percent of the downside. hang seng down 1.5%. in a cap 1.4 and the kospi of 1.3%. nicole: olivarez. world leaders to congregate the g20 meeting and the ftse up 2%. the cac up 1.7% at the dax more than three quarters of 1%. lauren: dow futures than 11 points, s&p futures down one. fractional to climb if you look at the futures market. nicole: durable goods, gdp. to down 18 cents in august of $1.70. $31.97 a barrel.
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lauren: you know the old see thing, if at first you don't exceed, elon musk is going to try, try again. mosque will launch a new set to rocket today that might end up crashing like the last one. we will tell you why. in sports, college basketball top 10 teams continue to collect but in the number one team in the nation. more on the upsets just to upsets just ahead to thought the nba record this battery just died. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look a morning market in ricky needs. ♪ if you keep tanning, indoors or out, the effects of harmful rays will show up on your skin. wrinkles, age spots and an
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lauren: spacex is added again. a fifth attempt to launch the falcon nine rocket that landed upright on a platform in the atlantic ocean. the rocket is scheduled to take up yesterday but was postponed due to superiors and turn into one of the crust or dead. set to last attempted in january when the rocket it loaded after one of its landing next malfunction. elon musk is that hopeful today that the geospatial argot presents additional challenges at the launching it in a satellite into orbit to bolster mobile network coverage and bring high-speed internet excess to areas in india and philippines. today's launch is scheduled for 6:46 p.m. eastern time. nicole: a powerful storm killing at least four people this kind today after two dozen tornadoes hit the gulf coast killing three people and damaging hundreds of homes. in the midwest, white out conditions training drivers and delaying flights as well.
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fox meteorologist maria molina all over this one. reporter: good morning. we are tracking the storm system that brought severe weather in blizzard conditions to part of the eastern third of the nation. reported turnouts across north carolina and into virginia. eventually severe storms move northward in bright damaging winds to places like pennsylvania and further north into parts of new england. yesterday we saw severe weather from florida to new england. a widespread area. the backside of the system continued to do with snowfall early this morning. it will be continuing throughout the day today and will pick up in intensity downwind of lake erie and ontario and across the higher elevations of the appalachian. we are expecting snowfall to be accumulating today. because the back of a winter weather advisories in effect in winter storm warning to expect gusty winds to pick up snowfall as well as lower visibility
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you can see here the best of the bunch at 2% in the cac up 1.7%. dax gained and at after las vegas yesterday. finishing higher by 50. we are looking at the dow right now up five. the s&p also fractionally up to the outside. here are commodities at others things, so does not spirit oil pulling back down 15 cents at $32 a barrel and gold is down to the downside one quarter of 1%. the u.k. pound of course since 2009. the euro stronger in the u.s. dollar, but the japanese yen weaker he can't degrade back this morning. last but not least, the 10 year treasury yield ticking higher slightly up 1.72% for the 10 year bond. we now turn it over to "mornings with maria" and say good morning to you, maria bartiromo. maria: nepal, thank you so much. as they come ephedra 25th. with me, they can make towel,
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anastasia amoroso and editor-in-chief jerry baker. top stories at 6:00 p.m. republicans racing toward super tuesday. the final debate between americans in 11 states head to the poll on tuesday. donald chapman is something to worry about getting that from a going on the attacker returns refusal refusal to review tax returns. here is what romney told neil cavuto yesterday. >> we have good reason to believe there is a bombshell and donald trump's taxes. >> what you mean? >> either he's not anywhere near as healthy as he says he has or hasn't been paying taxes we would expect him to pay or perhaps he hasn't been giving money to the vet or the disabled like you've been telling us he's been doing. >> the most similar to what harry reid did to romney during the 2012 election. watch this.
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>> the words that he hasn't paid any taxes for 10 years. let them prove that he has paid taxes as he has said. maria: we will talk about the impact to the campaign. apple ceo tim cook speaking out of the debate between privacy and national security. and it ended with abc, coke said it would be bad for america if the company complied with the request to unlock the iphone used by the san bernardino terrorist. >> could the fbi fully in this case. they came and asked us throughout this information we had on the phone and we gave everything we had. this case is not about one phone. this case is about the future. maria: run session overnight china to the shanghai composite better than her son. 6.8% concerns about liquidity ahead of the start of the g20

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