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>> lauren: breaking news this morning t race of to the white house heats up tomorrow. cruz and rubio taking aim at donald trump for a controversial endorsement from white supremecists. david duke. we will have the latest of the campaign trail. looking tough this morning. s&p down 8 and a half. shanghai composite falling nearly 3% on the back of another decline in currency.
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japanese stocks with nikkei down. >> lauren: crude oil prices, 32.47, decline about 1% right now. >> nicole: a night of surprises at the oscars, with spotlight taking the best film award and leo dicaprio getting his first academy award. >> lauren: we will tell you what fireworks we expect from that. >> nicole: big news this week from peyton manning. great on the all-time win list. all the details coming up. >> lauren: we certainly will, leap day. 5:00 o'clock in the morning. first look at what's moving in markets and what to expect ahead. >> nicole: presidential
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candidates gearing up for supertuesday on gop side nearly 600 delegates will be awarded. that's about half of the 1237 delegates needed to claim the nomination, on the democratic more than 880 delegates are up for grabs and that's about a third of those needed for the nomination. make sure you stay with fox business for our special coverage on supertuesday tomorrow starting at 6:00 p.m. eastern time. >> lauren: donald trump picking up the endorsement of alabama senator sessions, first endorsement by a u.s. senator, recently endorse it had republican front runner draws criticism. >> i don't know anything about david duke. i don't know anything about what you're talking about what supremacy, i don't know anything
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abouted david duke or white supremacies. >> lauren: david -- ted cruz and marco rubio slamming trump. >> we cannot be part of that. >> watching donald's interview when he decline denounce the kkk, i thought that was unfortunate. >> as i stated athe press conference on friday, is disavow, here is what he said on friday. >> i didn't even know he endorsed me. i disavow, okay. >> lauren: senator obama denounced the support by controversial minister and nation of islam leader, mr. obama, i have been clear. >> nicole: releasing tax filings as they continue to criticize donald trump's refusal to
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release his tax returns. >> maybe he's not as rich as he is, maybe the case that he gives large sums of money like planned parenthood. >> he's portraying himself as great leader f donald trump is president, he's not going to make america great again. >> nicole: he will discloses filings until the irs finishes his auditing, his returns. lawyer loor on the democratic side hillary clinton turning focus to republican candidates specially donald trump after her huge win in south carolina. >> i believe that america is great right know no matter what people might say, we are all in this together. >> lauren: father or motherrer secretary of state beat vermont senator by a wide margin, 73 to
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26% in south carolina's primary with fit polls showing nine and ten african americans voting for clinton. senator sanders expressed optimism ahead of tuesday. >> we got decimated among older african americans. it was pathetic from our perspective. by the way, the positive news for us is that we won the 29 years of age or younger vote and we did well with african-american young people. >> lauren: he calls clinton to release transcripts. >> nicole: second day of syrian regime and allies stepped up air strikes in opposition yesterday. the violence after a day earlier. activist and resident said the areas struck yesterday are largely controlled by rebels who
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have agreed to be partial seize fire. >> lauren: 21-year-old was presented before the media today saying he wanted to banner as a trophy to give to the mother of her friend. >> i have no idea what sort of penalty i may face, but i am begging to the korean people and government for my forgiveness and i am praying to the heavens that i return to my family. >> lauren: he was taken under custody with an agency that specializes in travel to north korea. something that discouraged by the u.s. state department. >> nicole: house committee will hear from fbi director, apple
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general council bruise and manhattan district attorney t hearing comes as apple refuses to have law enforcement break into iphone used by san bernardino terrorists. sources say that fbi director is expected to criticize cook that obeying the order will send a precedent and possibly compromise security of customers. apple is expected to call for new laws for the new millennium. >> lauren: stocks taking a beaten. almost down 3%. hang seng 1.3%. kospi down fractionally. >> nicole: we've been hit hard in europe as well. all down arrows. cac quarante half a percent. so is the ftse led by financials and materials to the downside.
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>> lauren: u.s. stock market futures not bad. nasdaq down 20. great month for the dow and for the s&p, for the nasdaq third down month in a row. >> nicole: let's check out commodities. looking at oil in particular. gold is higher by 14 bucks at 12.34 troy ounce. >> lauren: you see strength from peso, yen against the u.s. dollar. >> nicole: 1.74%. >> lauren: more good news, optimism about the economy, chief executive says presidential candidates and other who is are down on the u.s. economy are dead wrong. buffet wrote, will continue to lay more and larger eggs, adding, quote, luckiest crop in
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history. >> nicole: earning data, february job's reports will be out on friday morning and estimated 193,000 jobs expected to have been created up from 151,000 the month before, unemployment expected to hold steady at 4.9%. >> lauren: ceo returns from medical leave. it's withdrawing premium financial guidance. you have fcc, probe's cable influence on web tv. federal communication commission is looking whether are discouraged from running program on the internet, and this, new story is railcars, u.s. has had so much crude. >> nicole: it's unbelievable.
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coming up, a night of surprises at the oscars, spotlight takes the top-film award and loan nardo best actor award. >> it's not fair that will was this good and didn't get nominated. it's not fair that will was paid 20 million for wild, wild west, okay. [laughter] >> nicole: we will have all of the academy award winners for you and in sports, big news, champion quarterback peyton manning and nascar, jimmie johnson win in atlanta and ties one of the greats on the all-time win list. let's check out u.s. stock market futures this morningment down arrows here, dow futures down 45, s&p down 5. nasdaq down 21. you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news.
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>> we've got six stories. which story do you want us to write because we are writing one of them? >> spotlight took home the biggest award at last night's
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88th academy awards. the film about the reporting on the catholic church sexual abuse scandal won the óscar for best picture. despite lose to go spotlight, revenant took home three awards and gave actor leonardo dicaprio first óscar win. leonardo who has been nominated for óscar six times won best actor and used success and speech to address climate change. revenant won for best directing and cinemetagraphy. one of the night's biggest surprises is actor's win for best supporting actor. bridge of spies and beat sylvester sta loan who was supposed to win for creed. everyone's eyes were on host.
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chris rock did not spend time addressing oscars and ripped into racism in hollywood during open monologue. >> well, i'm here at the academy awards otherwise known as the white people's choice awards. you realize if they nominated hosts, i wouldn't get this job. [laughter] >> y'all be watching niel patrick harris right now. hollywood is sororety racist, we looked you rhonda, but you're not a kapa. >> lauren: chris rock did a good job. come on, at the box office wins for a third straight week. 31 and a half million dollars over the weekend. moves the total up the 285 domestically to pass the matrix
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reloaded for the all-time movie. it was followed by kung fu panda with 9 million and risen. >> nicole: let's get you caught up in the global market action overnight. shanghai composite, it's almost 2%. kospi down one tenth of 1%. >> lauren: in europe stocks are trading to the downside. cac down and the dax heaviest sell ner the group down more than 1%. >> nicole: checking out u.s. stock market futures under pressure. down a third of percent. dow is down 52 points, s&p down 6. >> lauren: all right, let's look add commodities. that's a decline of 13 cents,
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gold is at 12.35, gain of almost $15, oil lower for the fourth-straight month as we wrap up february, gold having its best month. >> nicole: speculation may end soon that denver brong's quarterback will announce retirement within the next week. manning turns 40 next month, he has an 18-year career with broncos and indianapolis colts. my son will be disappointed. seven-all time on career list by taking race motor speedway, victory was johnson's 76, second in a row and fifth overall. finished second, bush finished third and johnson held three if i thinkers in the air on tribute
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to iconic car number. top nhl. 3 to 2. black hawks won for the third time in eight games but the win dallas for the top spot in western conference. there's the celebration. >> lauren: there is it is. presidential candidates taking supertuesday voters in 11 states. challengers marco rubio and ted cruz take on donald trump in failure to release the taxes. >> maybe it's the case that he has given large sums of money to left-wing groups like planned parenthood. >> lauren: he is bullish on the u.s. economy. we will have details for you. checking stock market futures. final day of february. dow futures down 52. s&p almost 6 and nasdaq given up 24, you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news. keep it here.
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nubbing nick breaking news this morning t race for the white house heats up ahead of supertuesday. republican ted cruz and rubio taking aim at donald trump for controversial endorsement from white supremacists david duke. >> lauren: good morning, i'm lauren simonetti. hillary clinton aims to take advantage of big win over bernie sanders. we will have the latest on campaign trail. >> nicole: after posing back to back, dow futures down 58, s&p down nearly 7.
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>> lauren: in asia another letdown for stocks in china, falling almost 3% on another decline. japanese stocks also sliding, nikkei down 1%. >> nicole: crude oil holding, 32.71, that is down a quarter of 1%. >> lauren: night of surprises at the oscars, with spotlight taking the best film award and leonardo dicaprio getting first academy award. we will have all the winners for you. >> nicole: apple fight hearing on capitol hill this week. we will tell you what fireworks to expect. >> lauren: big news expected this week from championship peyton manning and johnson wins in atlanta, all-time win list. we will have the details coming up. >> nicole: it is february 29th, leap day. first look at what's moving in
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today's market and latest breaking news and what to expect for the day ahead. >> lauren: we will kick it off with breaking news, presidential candidates gearing up for supertuesday. half of 1,237 need today claim nomination, on the democratic more than 880 delegates are up for grabs, a third about those needed for nomination. make sure to stay with fox business network for our special coverage on supertuesday. that's tomorrow. >> nicole: donald trump picking up the endorsement of alabama senator jeff sessions and it's his first endorsement from a sitting u.s. senator but this comment by donald trump about former kkk leader david duke recently endorse it had republican front runner drawing strong criticism. >> i don't know anything about david duke, okay, i don't know what you're talking about white supremacy, so i don't know, i don't know, did he endorse me or
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what's going on because you know i know nothing about david duke. >> nicole: senators marco rubio and ted cruz slamming donald trump. >> we cannot be a party that nominates someone who refuses to condemn white spupremacists and the ku kluz klan. >> watching donald's interview when he repeatedly to denounce the kkk, david duke, i thought that was unfortunate. >> as i stated at the press conference regarding david duke, i disavow. this is what he said on saturday. >> daid duke endorsed me. i disavow, okay. >> nicole: president obama denounced minister, i have been
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very clear in my denunciation, as they continue to criticize donald trump's refusal to release tax returns. >> maybe it is the case that donald, there have been multiple reports about donald's business dealings with the mafia, maybe tax show dealings that are reported. >> he's portraying himself as a great leader, he's not going to make america great. >> lauren: trump says he will not discloses filings until the irs finishes auditing his tax returns. >> nicole: hillary clinton turning her focus to republican candidates specially donald trump at her win in south carolina. >> i believe that america is great right now. no matter what people people
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might say as they insult one group of us or another group of us, we are all in this together. >> nicole: former secretary of state beat vermont nine and ten african americans voting for her and senator sanders with optimism ahead of supertuesday. >> we got decimated among older african americans, it was pathetic from our perspective. by the way, the positive news is that we won the 29 years of age or younger vote and we did well with african american young people. >> nicole: he continues to call for clinton to release transcripts of her paid speeches to wall street banks.
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>> lauren: tracy yu live in. good morning, tracy. >> tracy: good morning, ladies, well, asian markets are all in the red in this monday, over here in china lost. investors started pulling money out of market and starting investingvesting in real estate. made announcement to cut ratio, we will see how that decision affects market-performance tomorrow. weakness, hang seng down about 1.3% and the in tokyo japanese shares lost momentum to finish down about 1% at the yen. strength in the u.s. dollar in afternoon session which hurt japanese exporters and expectation for rate hike also spooked investors and expectation for rate hike in march also spooked investors in south korea.
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kospi losing momentum about two tenths 1%. thank you. >> lauren: tracy, thank you very much. >> nicole: let's get you caught up in the rest of the global market action overnight. in europe down arrows as well. we see the dax down 1.3%. cac quarante three quarter of 1%. >> lauren: u.s. stock market futures looking like this morning. s&p futures down 7, nasdaq futures down 26 and a half, february, however, good month for both the dow and s&p 500. >> nicole: trends continue. gold 12.35 a try ounce. >> lauren: a stunner from the post office. price of a stamp is actually going down. we will have the details and price for getting into disney's theme park it'll all depend on what time of year and what day you go.
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we will have that story. you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news.
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>> lauren: let's take a look at u.s. stock futures, welcome back to the show. dow futures down 75 points, s&p down 9, nasdaq futures on the final day of the month down 30. >> nicole: let's check out commodities, we have been watching oil trying to give it a go. down 13 cents, 32.64, gold at 12.34 troy ounce. >> lauren: it's gold's best month in four years. one of the top coffee consuming countries in europe. the company plans to open in milan next year in partnership with developer. he was inspired by the eppresso in milan and adding that the
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american brand will go to italy with, quote, humility and respect. starbucks is expect today face the challenge in italy where coffee is very deep part of the culture and many local shops compete and you don't take them to go, you eat them at the bar, you know how it goes, nicole. >> nicole: i love it. seasonal prices for single day tickets in both of their parks, you'll be able to look eight to 11 months from now to see three different kinds of day, value, regular or peak in orlando. value days will cost the same as current tickets. while regular days will be $5 more and the peak days, that'll cost you, $124, california prices slightly cheaper and passes won't change at all, multiday tickets will feel the shift. price prices are posted, they will not change.
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>> lauren: but now they're actually going down, that's a big deal because it's the first time in nearly 97 years, on april 10th, first class stamp will cost 47 cents down from the current 49-cents price, prearranged agreement with congress. allowed to increase by 3 cents back in 20.14 to help raise $2.4 billion but it was set to rise for two years, right now does get to keep the one cents increase because they have to keep up with inflation, 47 cents to fail a letter. >> don't go in with your forever stamps and get two pennies back, it won't work. [laughter] >> we cannot be a party that nominates someone who refuses to condemn white spuremacists and
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apple's fight head to capitol hill this week. we will tell you what fireworks to expect. checking out u.s. stock market futures this morning. this morning downside half a percent for dow, s&p down 8, dow looking down 70, you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news. when you think what does it look like? is it becoming a better professor by being a more adventurous student? is it one day giving your daughter the opportunity she deserves?
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>> lauren: breaking nice this morning t race for the white house heats up ahead of supertuesday, republican candidates cruz and rubio taking aim at donald trump for a controversial endorsement from white supremacists david duke. >> nicole: good morning, nicole petallides. we will have the latest from the campaign trail. >> lauren: back to back gains from wall street, let's check out u.s. stock market futures. down 73 points, s&p down 8. >> nicole: in asia another letdown, shanghai composite falling 3%. japanese stocks also slide, nikkei down 1%. >> lauren: crude oil prices trading at 32.76 a barrel. that's a very small decline this morning. [laughter] >> nicole: night of surprises at the of course.
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>> , spotlight taking best film award and leonardo dicaprio getting his first academy award. we will have all the top moments. >> lauren: good for me. apple's fight with fbi over iphone use by terrorist to capitol hill. >> nicole: in sports big news expected from super bowl championship peyton manning. jimmie johnson wins in atlanta and ties one of nascar's great on all-time win list. >> lauren: february 29th. leap day, it's 5:40 in the morning. welcome to fbn:am, first look at morning markets, breaking news and what to expect for the day ahead. >> nicole: breaking news this morning. nearly 600 delegates will be awarded. that's about half of the 1237 delegate that is are need today claim the nomination.
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on the democratic side more than 880 delegates are up for grabs, that is about one-third of those needed for the nomination. and make sure you stay with fox business network for our special coverage on supertuesday tomorrow starting at 6:00 p.m. eastern time. >> lauren: getting exciting, donald trump picking up the endorsement of alabama senator jeff sessions, first endorsement from a sitting u.s. senator but this comment about a former kkk leader david duke endorsed donald trump drawn criticism. >> i don't know anything about david duke. i don't know anything about what you're even talking about with white supremacy. i don't know. did he endorse me or what's going on because, you know, i know nothing about david duke. >> lauren: senators marco rubio and ted cruz slammed donald trump for that. >> we cannot be a party that nominates someone who refuses to
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condemn white supremacists and the ku kluz klan. >> watching when he repeatedly to denounce the kkk, i thought that was unfortunate. >> lauren: as i stated regarding david duke, i disavow. >> i disavow, okay. >> lauren: controversial minister lewis farakon. i have been very clear in my denunciation. >> lauren: marco rubio and ted cruz releasing tax filings as they criticize donald trump. >> maybe he's not as rich as he says he is. maybe the case that he has given large sums of money to planned
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parenthood. >> he's portraying himself as a great leader that's going to turn the american economy around, he's not going to make america great. >> nicole: donald trump says he won't discloses the filings until the irs finishes auditing his return. lawyer lar on the -- >> lauren: democratic candidate hillary clinton focusing on donald trump after winning south carolina. >> i believe that america is great right now. [cheers and applause] >> no matter what people who are running for president as they result one group of us or another group of us, we are all in this together. >> lauren: former secretary of state beat vermont senator bernie sanders 73 to 26% in south carolina primary with exit polls showing nine and ten african americans voting for clinton but senator sanders
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expressed optimism ahead of tuesday. >> we got decimated against african americans, but the positive news for us is that we won the 29 years of age or younger vote and we did well with african-american young part-time. >> lauren: he has the youth, folks. calling for hillary clinton to release transcripts. >> nicole: on the second day syrian regime and russian allies stepped up air strikes, bombing came after a violence a day earlier, that's according to antigovernment activists, activists and resident said the areas struck yesterday are largely controlled by rebels who have agreed to the partial seize fire. >> lauren: is apologizing for trying to steal a political
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banner, 21-year-old was presented before the media today saying he wanted to banner as a trough fbi to give to the mother of one-his friends. >> i have no idea what sort of penalty i may face, but i am begging to the korean people and government for my forgiveness and i am praying to the heavens so that i may be returned home to my family. >> lauren: north korea announced late last month that it had arrested the university of virginia undergrad. something that is strongly discouraged by the u.s. state department. >> nicole: legal show down between the fbi and apple over encryption issues moves to congress tomorrow. the house judiciary committee will hear from fbi director james, apple general council bruise and manhattan district attorney, the hearing comes
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after apple refuses to help law enforcement break into iphone used by san bernardino terrorist. comey is expect today criticize apple's tim cook's claims that obeying the order would set a dangerous precedent and possibly compromise the security of all the customers. now, apple is expected to call for a new laws for the new millennium. >> lauren: let's get you caught up on global market action overnight. stocks to the downside. change high composite down almost 3%. the hang sen 1.3%. nikkei down 1% and kospi down two tenths of one%. >> nicole: let's check out europe, cac and dax are the worst of the bunch down one and a half percent. >> lauren: u.s. stock market futures looking like this this leap day which is historically not so good for broader market. looking at the futures, nasdaq futures down 31.
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nasdaq needs some juice because it's lagging, it's negative. >> nicole: crude is down 14 cents, 32.64, while gold is up over 1% today, $14 at 12.34 a troy ounce. >> lauren: bring on the optimism, the letter is full of it, full of optimism, presidential candidates who are down on the u.s. economy are wrong. the innovation will continue to lay more and larger eggs, the babies being born in america today are the luckiest crop in history. >> nicole: nice. night of surprises at the oscars as spotlight takes the award. leonardo dicaprio takes award. and chris rock, he takes aim at hollywood b. >> it's not fair that will was this good and didn't get nominated, yeah, you're right. it's also not fair that will was paid 20 million for wild, wild
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west, okay. [laughter] >> nicole: we will have all of the academy award winners for you and in sports, big news reportedly expected from super bowl championship quarterback peyton manning and in nascar jimmie johnson wins at atlanta and ties one of nascar's greats. let's check out u.s. stock market futures. dow looking down 71. s&p futures down 8, nasdaq down, you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪ ♪
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>> you have two stories here, clergy and lawyers of child abuse clergy. >> nicole: film act the boston globe's report tong catholic church's sexual abuse scandal won the óscar for best picture. despite lose to go spotlight for best picture, revenant took home three awards and finally gave leonardo dye cap -- dicaprio first óscar win. he used acceptance speech to address climate change, revenant won per best directing and cinematography. one of the night's biggest
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surprises actors win for supporting actor. he won for bridge of spies and beat out sylvester stallone who was expected to win for creed. aside from the oscars winners, everyone's eyes were on the night's hosts, he did not waste any time addressing oscars boycott and went to racism and hollywood. >> well, i'm here at the academy awards otherwise known as the white people's choice awards. [laughter] >> you realize if they nominated hosts, i wouldn't even get this job. [laughter] >> y'all be watching niel patrick harris right now. hollywood is soroety racists, we liked you rhonda but you're not a kapa.
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>> nicole: reverant led protest over the lack of diversity at the award's choice. >> lauren: let's take a look at u.s. stock market futures right now. leap day, not good for the market historically and not good today. s&p futures down about 8. >> nicole: let's check out commodities as well. we continue to see oil in down arrow. 32.66 a barrel. gold gains, $14. >> lauren: let's take a look from the world of sports t speculation may end soon, two sources telling the denver post that denver broncos quarterback and super bowl championship peyton manning will announce retirement within the next week. manning turns 40. 18-year crear -- career with the broncos and indianapolis colts. taking yesterday's series race at atlanta motor speedway. victory was johnson's 76 in premier division. second in a row in atlanta and
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fifth over all at the track. busch finished third. three if i thinkers in the air paying tribute to iconic car number. new york rangers are getting ready for playoffs, acquired carolina captain in exchange the rangers center took carolina along with new york second-round picks. currently playing in the native, rangers trail first place washington by 16 points in the division standing. >> nicole: all right, we will be right back. futures looking lower. ♪ ♪ fidelity -- where smarter investors will always be. if only the signs were as obvious when you trade. fidelity's active trader pro can help you find smarter entry and exit points
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or go to al-anon.org. >> nicole: it's monday morning. down in asia, down in europe. dow futures looking down about 68 after two weeks of gain. it gained 250 points last week. down a half a per cents for both dow and s&p. nasdaq is down three quarters of 1%. watching commodities here. oil continues to pull back, 32.67, gold gained 9% last month. biggest gain that we have seen actually in four years. gold is continuing gain as you see the up arrows, there to take you to the next several hours maria bartiromo, mornings with maria begin right now. good morning, maria. >> maria: happy monday, it is monday february 29th, leap day with me this morning fox business network dagen mcdowell, river front investment michael jones and fox news contributor
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david webb with us. stop stories 6:00 a.m. on the east coast monday morning. candidates turning up the heat, republican front runner donald trump securing first endorsement from a sitting center, alabama jeff sessions has now endorsed trump. now trump facing more attacks from rivals ted cruz and managero rubio, this time it's getting physical. >> he doesn't sweat, he doesn't sweat because pours are clogged from the spray tan that he uses. [cheers and applause] >> donald is not going to make great, he's going to make may recollect orange. when you're up 20 points in florida, the guy they hate him in florida, he can't be elected dogcatcher in florida. this guy, you know, i call him little marco, he's a nice guy. >> maria: on the other side of the aisle, hillary clinton
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looking to build on overwhelming victory in south carolina, she beat bernie sanders by 3 to 1 margin and latest polls show her in the key supertuesday states as well. straight ahead. turn to go market this is morning. weakness in asia setting the tone for broader averages across the world. shanghai composite down nearly 3%. china guiding guiding the yuan. central banks taking measure to boost the economy in china. over in europe major markets following asia low, disappointment there, g-20 did not come up with a plan. and in the u.s. we have futures indicating a lower opening here as well. down about 77 points in dow jones industrial average. nasdaq looking down about 3 quarters of 1%. later this morning we will get the latest reading on pending home sales as well as the chicago purchasing manager's

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