. introducing wifi pro, wifi that helps grow your business. comcast business. built for business. tree into breaking news this morning. while day one of the democratic convention in philadelphia. bernie sanders is his depressing welcome us democrats cite that the e-mail scandal and support hillary clinton. good morning. i am nicole petallides. lauren: good morning, everybody. i am lauren simonetti. donald trump fighting back in an interview with sean hannity. nicole: investors all about earnings. results before the opening bell. dow futures and seven, s&p futures time s&p futures down to common aspect than half a point.
lauren: in japan followed the pullback yesterday. in china at the shanghai composite rose 1.1%. nicole: book about $42.76 down 36 cents this morning. lauren: apple insider and the big tech earnings today. apple is all about the sluggish iphone sales and for twitter, can it become the digital hangout? nicole: and sports from the chicago cubs and new york yankees hope the cubs the lead them to the world series in the baltimore orioles increased their lead in the al east with their fifth win in a row. all the highlights coming up. nicole: five of 1:00 a.m. and is posed a tuesday, july 26. welcome to "fbn:am," your first look at today's market, the latest breaking news and what to expect for the day ahead.
nicole: the speaker at the democratic national convention calling for unity after an e-mail scandal that led to debbie wasserman schultz resignation as the chairwoman. bernie sanders thing in michelle obama, elizabeth warren, offering strong support for hillary clinton. they sharply criticized donald trump. here's some highlights from philadelphia last night. >> based on her ideas in her leadership, hillary clinton must become the next president of the united states. [cheers and applause] >> because of hillary clinton, my daughter is in all of our sons and daughters now take for granted that a woman can be president of the united states. >> what kind of a man cheats his students, chief investors, cheese workers. i'll tell you what kind of a man. a man who must never be president of the united states.
>> i am proud to be a part of earnings movement and a vital part of the movement is making absolutely sure that hillary clinton is our next president of the united states. >> don't let anyone ever tell you this country is in great, but somehow we need to make it great again because this right now is the greatest country on earth. >> can i just say to the bernie or bust people, you are being ridiculous. >> our job now is to see the strong democratic platform implemented by a democratic controlled senate, by a democratic house and a hillary clinton presidency. [cheers and applause] nicole: a live report from philadelphia in just a few
minutes. lauren: may well come a series of protests at the democratic national convention every bernie sanders supporters express their frustration after officials later favor hillary clinton. paragraph kennedy has more from philadelphia. >> it is hot out here. we will find out what is on people's minds today. >> what are you protesting? >> the unfairness of hillary so a few wasserman schultz to >> the democratic party is taking around race. >> it's pretty clear that it is. >> debbie wasserman schultz was booed. >> are you surprised by the e-mails that came out? >> no, not at all.
>> i still believe bernie sanders will be our next president. >> a lot of bernie sanders support. the protesters are far more organized than they were in cleveland. what do you protesting? >> are correct primary election by debbie wasserman schultz. >> we represent hundreds of thousands of people who feel really dissolution and upset. >> was the best outcome now? >> i really don't know. >> is bernie doesn't win the nomination, we could chill stands up there. >> we are not voting for hillary. if he doesn't get the nomination, we are voting chill steins. -- jill stein. >> are you feeling the burn? >> i am. how about you.
reporter: back of the party best. people are having a great time with a giant inflatable joint. a lot of people out here. sigh. lauren: look at that image. republican presidential nominee donald trump reacting to the chaos of the democratic national convention. trump said on hannity last night. >> bernie sanders has lost his energy. he's lost his drive. i think he is exhausted if you want to know the truth. who can blame him. i think his supporters are not exhausted in the supporters are liking what i am saying in terms of trade in getting ripped off and trade deals and other things. we will get a lot of his supporters to come with us. >> we are already witnessing at the democratic national convention a party divided and a party that doesn't really have a message resonating with the people.
true to trump and panthers are just a campaign in the german state before heading to a fund raising event. lauren: this just in. two men armed with knives have taken several people hostage in a church in northern ireland a region. a source tells reuters between four and six people were being held by the assailants. we will bring you the latest development. true to that's horrible. every single day we have a story like that. a shocking and horrible story right now on a rampage killing 19 people intrigued 20 more. it happened i facility for the disabled. the man himself did turn himself in at the police station. officials say the suspect had worked at the facility until february. he spent church is suspicion of a murder and trespassing.
the man reportedly said he wants to get rid of the disabled from this world. lauren: police and in for i say three persons of interest are in custody and may look for others after two teens were gunned down at a night club yesterday morning. 20 people were wounded. the shooting at club blue. >> she was kind of upset. this is the tragedy for a lot of families. >> there were two separate shootings just outside the club on the same night in may of last year. too many shot in the leg or the latest shooting comes after 49 people were killed in a shooting at the pulse nightclub in her window. >> firefighters continue to battle a wildfire. an army of 3000 firefighters on the job and canyons as temperatures soar into the triple digits. 18 homes have been destroyed so
far. >> it came so fast that there was really not a day you can do except make sure everybody was safe. >> about 20,000 people forced away from their homes were told they couldn't return last night. another wildfire of the central coast has burned 20 homes and threatened more than 1600 others. the fires about 10% contained. lauren: let's get caught global market action. really for the shanghai composite in china can want that 1% this tuesday. the hang seng in hong kong the past 8%. you do have a stronger yen today. the japanese currency in the japanese nikkei did pull about 1.5%. >> a look at the trading action right now. update quarter of 1%. cac and friend down one quarter of 1% and the german dax higher
by one 10th of 1%. >> oil pulls back in stocks pull back down 77. the s&p is down half the one point and the premarket. nasdaq futures higher by two points. >> the meeting starts today. only 8% likely for a move. don't count on that. oil down 29 cents at 4284-barrel is old games over two bucks at 1329 at troy ounce. >> apple and twitter are stocks we're watching today. both companies report earnings. analysts predict apple will earn a dollar 38 a share compared with the dollar 95 a year ago. the biggest concern will be iphone sales. investors looking at twitter's report for growth in active users in the first quarter number 310,000,002 a series of sports deals recently yesterday out of major-league baseball and
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lauren: 5:15 a.m. in new york. democrats have to put the e-mail hacking scandal behind them with big-name speakers on the opening day of their convention in philadelphia. michelle obama, bernie sanders and elizabeth warren called for party unity and they criticize donald trump. a man armed with a knife killed 19 patients at a facility for the disabled near tokyo yesterday. at least 25 others were wounded in the attack. the suspect is a 26 euros employee of the facility who gave himself up to police.
back to the markets. after the closing bell, investors will watch shares of both companies pose their latest quarterly results for apple is all about the iphone, sales rising. at twitter focus of the outgrowth of active users. u.s. stock market futures ahead of the opening bell this morning with a mixed reaction. dow futures higher by 40 points. s&p futures down not even a point. nicole, a look at what's happening now. >> over 190 s&p 500 companies will report numbers. bernie sanders urging supporters to vote for hillary clinton at the democratic national convention and many of them angry after a leaked dnc e-mail suggests democratic officials treated the vermont senator and fairly. live in philadelphia with the very latest. good morning, doug. >> good morning, nicole. it was in large part an attempt to undo the damage caused by the
release. it became clear as the evening progressed, many disappointed supporters of bernie sanders, their anger may linger long after the convention instead. sanders took the stage last night several minutes before he could even beat. sustainable is the applause. when he endorsed bill clinton, there is a smattering mixed with occasional boos. some fans stood there with tears in their eyes. >> our job is to see the strong democratic platform implemented by a democratic controlled senate, by a democratic house and a hillary clinton presidency. hillary clinton will make announced tended president and i am proud to stand with her tonight. >> earlier that day, there is outright anger at a downtown philadelphia speech where he told supporters he must elect hillary clinton.
the same kind of reception delivered to ousted chairwoman debbie wasserman schultz when she spoke to a prep this luncheon for the florida delegation. many holding signs that read shame exclamation e-mails. in her keynote address last night, massachusetts senator elizabeth warren tried to redirect anger for the is said to republicans and specifically to their candidate, donald trump who she called a giant hot air machine who gives away goofy hats. there's a real narrative emerging from the convention about these e-mails. they were hacked by the government, specifically by people close to president putin visited iraq donald trump and donald trump and admire him for the purpose of putting donald trump in the white house. in an interview with julian besant yesterday, there is no proof that these e-mails came from russia and he said was in port and is the content of the e-mails.
nicole, but to you. nicole: it will be interesting to see where those voters will go. will they stay home, vote for hillary or swing over to the strong side. reporter: all of the above. nicole: in philadelphia, thank you. lauren: chicago cubs and the new york yankees make a buck prester trade that the cubs hope will finally leave them to a world series title. the yanks say they haven't given out. >> we are still in mass. we've got to fight. with that to be in a better position. we lost a good player. we are still a mess. lauren: baltimore orioles increased their lead with their fifth win in a row. you are watching fpm a.m. it is 5:19 keep it here. ♪
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nicole: welcome back. chicago cubs made a trade yesterday that they hope will lead them to their first world series title since 19 away. the cubs acquired chat men and a blog of sergio at the new york yankees in exchange for jack and karen yankees received a full player package headlined by stork shops. last week chapman tied his own marks are the fastest growing major league pitch on record. 105 miles an hour. chapman was suspended for the first 29 games of the season
under baseball's domestic violence after being accused of choking his girlfriend. the american league with an extra innings win over the colorado rockies. adam jones scored a run on a throw by right-hander jordan while. the orioles beat the colorado rockies. the orioles now that the red sox by two and one half games. detroit tigers beat the red sox last night. josé homer in the sixth inning and justin berlinger paid six innings in his second start and francisco, rodriguez earned his 28th save. >> basketball superstar has shied away from commenting on social issues in the past. the charlotte owner posted a statement calling for unity and compassion. as a proud american, a father
who lost his dad in a senseless act of violence have been deeply troubled by the death of african-americans at the hands of law enforcement and angered by the cowardly hateful targeting and killing of police officers. jordan says he will donate $1 million issue the institute for community police relations and the ncaa of legal defense -- it was written wrong on the prompter. >> michael jordan >> michael jordan stepping in and tried to show unity and to the right thing to bring americans altogether. before you head out the door, a literature tuesday forecast. good morning, maria. >> morning or the story continues to be the same. excessive heat across portions of the planes in the eastern u.s. and also the threat persons arms. yesterday strong storms bring in a lot of heavy rain and strong winds across portions of the northeast and we could see another round of that.
let's talk about temperatures because it's going to be 95 degrees for your forecast high in new york city in the upper 90s in raleigh, atlanta and the hot wetness all across portions of the plan. of course the heat index values will be climbing into the triple digits across the eastern u.s. the heat continues the next several days but it will be improving in some spots across portions of the great lakes and midwest. here's a quick look at severe weather peered portions of the mid-atlantic and into the northern plains. over to you. nicole: democrats try to sidestep an e-mail issue of iraq donald trump on day one of the democratic convention. trump fired right back. >> she lies about everything. even the way she said that i don't follow the e-mails. it is so important and she doesn't follow them. just doesn't happen to be in the subject. she has been a liar from day one. >> we will have convention
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lauren: breaking news. well day one of the democratic convention in philadelphia. bernie sanders gives a rousing welcome as democrat side stepping in a scandal support hillary clinton. good morning. i had lauren simonetti appeared nicole: good morning. i'm nicole petallides. we will tell you all about it. >> for investors, dow components reporting results before the opening bell on wall street. let's check in on stock market futures. a flat market. dow futures down one point. nasdaq futures up one point.
>> the nikkei in japan down 1.5% of the shanghai composite 1.1%. hang seng in hong kong up half of 1%. korea's cost via three quarters of 1%. >> oil prices pull back 1.8% after a 2.5% drop yesterday. kurt is up 42 and 77 a barrel. >> apple intruder is all about ongoing sales. for twitter, can it become the digital hangout for sports that? >> chicago cubs in the new york yankees make up a blog dresser trade that the cubs hope only been to a world series title. baltimore orioles increased their lead with their fifth win in a row. highlights coming up. trade to move out of view to "fbn:am." the latest breaking news and what to expect a day ahead. lauren: speakers at the
democratic national convention calling for unity following the major e-mail scandal that led to debbie wasserman schultz resignation as dnc chair woman. bernie sanders, first lady michelle obama and elizabeth warren offering their strong support for hillary clinton while they sharply criticized donald trump. here's some highlights from philadelphia last night. >> a sounder ideas and leadership, hillary clinton must become the next president of the united states. >> because of hillary clinton, my daughters and all of our sons and daughters now take for granted that a woman can be president of the united states. >> what kind of event sheet students, chief investors, cheeseburgers? i will tell you what kind of a man. a man who must never be president of the united states.
>> i am proud to be a part of earnings movement and a vital part of the movement is making absolutely sure that hillary clinton is her next president of the united states. >> don't let anyone tell you that this country is in great, that somehow we need to make it great again because this right now is the greatest country on earth. >> can i say to the bernie or bust people, you are being ridiculous. >> our job now is to see that strong democratic platform implemented by a democratic controlled senate. by a democratic house and a hillary clinton presidency. [cheers and applause] nicole: more on this comment live apart from philadelphia in a few minutes. series of protests held outside the convention.
angry supporters expressing their frustration after leaked e-mails suggest democratic officials favored hillary clinton during the primaries. kennedy has more from philadelphia. >> it's hot out here. we are going to find out what's on people's minds today. >> were to protest and question marks in that the dnc and fairness of hillary clinton and debbie wasserman schultz. the democratic party is digging around agreement. >> pretty clear that it is. >> debbie wasserman schultz was to. were you surprised by the e-mails? >> no, no.
>> i still believe bernie sanders to be the next president. >> a lot of change in the last 24 hours. here in philadelphia, protesters are more organized than they were in cleveland. when you protesting? >> are corrupt primary election by debbie wasserman schultz. >> we represent hundreds of thousands of people around the country who the country have family dissolution and upset the democracy has been stolen. >> i really don't know. bernie doesn't win the nomination. we get the sign-up area. >> we are voting for hillary and if he doesn't get the nomination ., we are voting for jill stein. >> are you feeling the burn? are you burning aj as well? >> sort of.
>> people are having a great time with the giant inflatable chewing. this is with a dance party a's. a lot of people appeared very upset. nicole: thank you, kennedy. lauren: publican presidential nominee donald trump and mike pence reacting on hannity last night. >> bernie sanders has lost his energy. he's lost his drive. i think he's exhausted. who can blame him. i think his supporters are not exhausted and his supporters are liking what i am saying in terms of trade in getting ripped off in trade deals from lots of other things. i think we look at a lot of supporters to come with us. >> we are witnessing at the democratic national convention a party divided and a party that doesn't really have a message resonating with the american people.
>> trumpet events are scheduled to campaign today before heading to florida before fund-raising events. >> updates on the breaking story we've been following this morning. french police have shot and killed two attackers who held five people hostage at knife point at a church in france's normandy reason. they included at least two nuns into parishioners. one hostage is killed according to french media. the french president is on his way to that cited the attack. france has been on high alert after the attack that killed 84 people in nice with a series of deadly attacks last year claimed by isis. lauren: another one for you out of japan out of japan reigned him in on a stabbing rampage killing 19 people and injuring at least 20 others. it happened at a facility for the disabled near tokyo. the man turned himself in at a police station said the suspect had worked at the facility until
february. he's charge of suspicion of attempted murder is always trespassing. the man said he wants to get rid of the disabled from this world. trained to please them for buyers say to persons of interest are in custody and they are looking for others after two teens were gunned down early yesterday morning. 20 people were wounded in that shooting at club move. >> she was kind of upset for someone not being able to go on. it's a tragedy for a lot of the family. >> according to state records, there were two separate shootings just outside the club on the same night. two men were shot in the leg. it does come just months after the 49 people were killed in the shooting at the pulse nightclub in orlando. firefighters continued to battle wildfires northwest los angeles. an army of 3000 firefighters on
the job and rugged hills came and sent temperatures soaring the triple digits. 18 homes have been destroyed so far. >> they came so fast that there was really nothing that you can do except to make sure everybody was safe and try to get everybody out of there as fast as you can. >> posted the 20,000 people were told they could return last night. another wildfire in the region of the central coast has burned 20 homes in britain 1600 others. the fire is 10% contained. nicole: the bank of japan is a busy week. let's look at what's going on in asia. the nikkei in japan down almost 1.5% at the close today for the shanghai composite gained 1.1%. hong kong hang seng up half a percent of korea's fast became three quarters of 1%. lauren: a mixed performance. the foot in london at 17.3
quarter of 1%. dax and germany said the 10th of 1% and the cac is down a fifth of 1%. nicole: four weeks of gains kicked off yesterday with down arrows. today down to for dow futures. s&p futures on one. nasdaq futures gaining one point. nicole: oil crumbled yesterday. it is down again. another three quarters of 1% to $42.82 a barrel. gold reversing two days of losses at two bucks now. 1329 an ounce. nicole: 190 companies are reporting. big web to watch. apple insider stock and opus today. companies will report earnings after the close. analysts predict apple will earn $1.30 share compared to $1.85 a year ago. the biggest concern will be the iphone's tales which have been declining.
look at the big asked relatively not too good either way. we will watch what happens with apple. they will be looking for triggers report and the first quarter. 310 million, slightly above the previous quarter. twitter has a series of sports deals recently. just yesterday of a stream of arc in nature that they solve. you heard about a pregame for the nba. >> there is no shortage of stocks to watch with the flood of earnings crossing the wire. mcdonald's one of six dow components to report results before today's opening bell. the fast food company expected to rise from a year ago. sales expected to fall through the question is what does mcdonald's have? analysts looking for earnings and revenue at verizon to fall from last year. the results one day after verizon announced by yahoo!'s core business. we'll also hear from three m.,
the maker of thousands of products expected to report higher earnings per share of revenue basically unchanged from last year. >> democrats up in day one of the convention with a rousing welcome for socialist bernie sanders getting a three-minute standing ovation before he spoke. >> to all of our supporters here and around the country, i hope you take enormous pride in the historical accomplishment we have achieved. >> on the highlights for you. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning market and breaking news. ♪
nicole: it is tuesday at 5:45 a.m. democrats hope to put the tea and the e-mail hacking scandal behind them at big names speakers on the opening day of the convention in philadelphia. firstly to michelle obama, senator bernie sanders, senator elizabeth warren called for party unity and criticized donald trump. a man armed with a knife to 19 patients had a facility for the disabled near tokyo yesterday as at least 25 others were wounded
at the suspect is a 26 euros former employee of the facility who gave himself up to police. after the closing bell today, investors will be watching apple insider as they post their latest quarterly earnings for apple to be all about this is that the iphone and for twitter, the focus will be in the grips of active users. let's check out stock market futures. 77 for the dow yesterday. today apple once he begins today. we see the dow futures down for. s&p futures on 1.5. moran, this is happening now. lauren: caution is the word on the street. bernie sanders at the democratic national convention. many are angry after the dnc and i'll suggest officials treated the vermont senator unfairly. live in philadelphia with the latest on this. good morning. >> hi, lauren. the narrative is that the e-mail leak was caused by the russian government.
people loyal to president putin who is fond of donald trump for the purpose of putting donald trump in the white house. in an interview yesterday, someone, the founder of wikileaks that there is no evidence, no proof that it came from the russian government and what is most important is the content of the e-mails. the content of the e-mails are causing tremendous damage. last night's opening was an attempt to put the damage behind them. when bernie sanders took to the stage last night, he received a thunderous round of applause that lasted about three minutes or so. when he endorsed hillary clinton, the applause of a went down a little bit and was replaced to some extent by abuse. some people were standing and watching them who had tears in their eyes. >> this election is not about and has never been about hillary clinton or donald trump or bernie sanders. this election is about and must
be about the needs of the american people. reporter: early in the day come when sanders spoke to a group of his supporters in downtown philadelphia, there was outright anger and booze when he said hillary clinton must become president. debbie wasserman schultz received a perception when she tried to peek to her home state delegation of florida appeared in her keynote speech, elizabeth warren tried to redirect all that anger at the republican nominee who she called a hot air machine who gives away goofy hats. one of tonight's featured speakers is going to be former president bill clinton. he knows how to rally a crowd. he also knows how to disappoint the crowd. in 1988 convention in atlanta, georgia where he spoke as the keynote bigger then. he was booed off the stage. there is no lasting damage because he did ultimately become the president of the united states. back to you. lauren: thank you for the report.
nicole: coming outcome of the new york yankees in the chicago hopes for the trade to the hopeful we been through world series trial. the yankees say they haven't given up. >> we are still invested with got to keep fighting. we'd like to be in a better position. but there's a lot of people who would like to be in our position. we lost a good player, but we are still in there. >> orioles increased their fifth win in a row. all the highlights coming up in sports. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning market and breaking news. ♪ ♪ with this level of intelligence... ...it's a supercomputer. with this grade of protection... it's a fortress. and with this standard of luxury... it's an oasis. introducing the completely redesigned e-class.
lauren: welcome back. a look at the latest in sports. chicago cubs made the trade that will lead them to their first world series title since 19 away. the cubs closer and a pop a studio in exchange for the heart during chapman, the yanks received a four player package headlined a top shortstops prospects glib or torres. the unmarked for the fastest-growing major league on record at 105 miles an hour. chapman was suspended for the first 29 games of the season under baseball's domestic violence policy after being accused of choking his girlfriend. >> or is to feed their lead with an extra innings win over the colorado rockies. adam jones scored the winning run in the 10th inning on a low throw to the plate by right-hander jordan lyall. the orioles beat the colorado rockies three to two for the fifth straight victory. the auras that the red sox by
two and a half games. the nfl has cleared peyton manning. the leak found no credible evidence that man was provided with human rapport among her other prohibited substances as alleged in a documentary by al jazeera america last year. the quarterback and his wife ashley fully cooperate ashley fully cooperated in the investigation that lasted seven hours. then retired a month after denver's 204010 win over carolina in super bowl 50. nicole: basketball superstar michael jordan has always shied away from commenting on social issues until now. the charlotte hornets owner posted a state cannot espn site the undefeated calling for unity and also for compassion. he says as a proud american, a father who lost his own dad in a defensive act of violence in a black man i've been deeply troubled by the death of african-americans at the hands of law enforcement and angered by the cowardly targeting and
killing of police officers. jordan says he will donate $1 million each to the institute for community police relations and also the naacp legal defense fund. lauren: before you head out the door, a look at the summer scorcher we've been seeing. fox meteorologist maria molina. another hot day ahead. reporter: we are also dealing with humidity. that's it makes it worse with temperatures forecast in the upper 90s today like in raleigh, north carolina and atlanta talking 97 and 98 degrees out there as we have in this afternoon. added the humidity and take a look at what it's going to feel like. by 4:00 p.m. eastern time that could be like 108 degrees. really hot out there appeared across portions of the plane about to let triple digits in the 90s and temperatures forecast to remain high over the
next couple days. wednesday, thursday and into friday he will continue to feel some summerlike temperatures. otherwise comes terms are in the forecast today. severe weather across portions of the northeast with a tornado in today across parts of the atlantic and even in the planes you could be seen isolated severe weather with damaging winds and large hail is the main thread. over to you. nicole: coming up, we will handed over to "mornings with maria." first, a check on stock market futures. pull back 77. dow futures down 15. nasdaq down three. you are watching trends that men. stay with us.
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wild start to the democratic convention. and enough scandal and a fractured base. party leaders pushing for unity to support hillary clinton. >> hillary clinton must become the next president of the united states. >> i went hillary. you know, for me, this choice is personal. it is about who we are as a people. it is about what kind of a country we want to be. >> because of hillary clinton, my daughter and all our sons and daughter not take for granted that a woman can be president of the united states. >> donald trump not stay on the sidelines throughout. he is the camp and trellix writing why he would get support from vendors voters. >> it's totally exhausted his supporters are not exhausted and the supporters are liking am saying. we look at a lot of th