captioning performed by mediacaptioning.com >> thank you, new hampshire, news we are going out to south carolina. >> what began last week in iowa, with voters here in new hampshire confirmed tonight, is nothing short of the beginning of a political revolution. >> big victories for donald trump and bernice and is common horizontal rootstock carolina. lauren: good morning. the big story, john kasich comes in second in the gop, the race for third too close to call
between ted cruz, jeb bush and marco rubio. lauren: chris christie goes to new jersey to think things ever. we have the results and analysis for you. stocks in japan and have art once again, the nikkei down 2.3% on worries about a global slump lose u.s. stock market futures holding steady at of "the opening bell," dow futures rally in the 1 team points, as in the seventeenth and has a gaining 50. lauren: oil prices up over night come and $20.60, 2 presented the upside. twitter stock to watch, all time low yesterday, second day arrow as jack dorsey is set to report twitter at latest results, we will tell you what to watch. nicole: welcome to "fbn a.m.," what to expect for the day ahead. we kick things off with breaking news, barry sanders wins in new hampshire democratic primary, vermont senator beating hillary
clinton with big support of women and young voters. sanders gets 60%, clinton has 30%. on the republican side ohio governor john kasich rises to a strong second with 16% support behind donald trump who got 35% and very tight race for third place, ted cruz holding that spot followed by a jet. and florida senator marco rubio. new jersey governor chris christie finishes sixth place followed by carly fiorina and ben carson. lauren: let's go to blake berman in manchester with more on this. was it a surprise hours end w i up? >> reporter: the surprise, what were the odds in june? donald trump and bernie sanders do so in this fashion, trump won
by more votes in second and third place combined, sanders 20 points in new hampshire, both of them in victory >> gave the appearance that now they have won as stated they feel more is coming down the line. >> i wanted to congratulate the other candidates. now that i got off, it is always tough and then tomorrow, boom boom but that is the way it is. >> throwing everything at me except the kitchen sink and i have the feeling that kitchen sink is coming pretty soon as well. >> reporter: donald trump third well independents, late decider is and voters who had the economy as the taj it, bernie sanders did well with independents, younger voters and those who feel they want somebody honest and trustworthy. as far as younger voters go even
hillary clinton mentioned she had some work to do especially with that demographic. nicole: can we expect a shakeout in the race after what happened last night? >> reporter: that is one of the questions going forward, the name everyone is looking at is chris christie, he left new hampshire, leaving new hampshire with some doubts as to whether or not he will go on forward, chris christie saying he has a decision to make. >> we will go home to new jersey to wait, tomorrow afternoon we should know what the vote counting and it will allow us to make a decision how we move from here in this race, no reason to sit in south carolina hotel room to hear that. >> reporter: part of that decision likely deals with how it stands now. and chris christie will be on the outside looking inert debate in south carolina. carly fiorina says she's going
to go forward, ben carson has events in south carolina, 2% year and placed fourth in iowa. many folks looking at those three in upcoming weeks. nicole: we will wait to hear more from the chris christie campaign. let's get more perspective on the results from the new hampshire primary from darren shaw. bernie sanders by twice the vote, what does this mean for clinton as we move south to south carolina. >> reporter: most experts will tell you, hillary clinton, we sought a pivot in new hampshire, closing hours of the campaign. they have talked about firewalls for weeks and this will put it to the test but there are numbers that are disturbing if you are a hillary clinton supporter. the lack of trust, and a friend
the electorate, democratic primary electorate, and they think she is on this. move to a general, those numbers are lethal. nicole: what are his prospects in nevada, south carolina. >> the encouraging thing, last night he emerged as i guess you would say the anti trumped candidate, supports a path way to citizenship, those who oppose a ban on muslims, that are not necessarily increase. the tucker thing is he doesn't have a presence in nevada, and has very little presence and little claim on this wave in south carolina that seems to be ground, tackled by jeb bush, marco rubio, and good headlines
and parlay, more substantively forward. >> what happened to ted cruz? he finished first in iowa and then this? >> ted cruz's campaign denies job, they did not do a good job managing expectations in iowa. almost got away from them. the nice job leading up to iowa. and may come in third. he basically laid the groundwork saying no evangelicals here. nicole: in south carolina there are. >> south carolina, it really hedged, and the march 1st primarys, quicker down the line, this guy has infrastructure, a natural base in the southern states, they're very happy about new hampshire.
nicole: thank you so much. lauren: the race to the white house just warming up so here are the key dates, mark and down on the gop side, south carolina holds primary on the 20th, nevada to february 23rd sandra: states hold primaries and caucuses on supertuesday on march 1st, democrats in nevada hold their caucus on to january 20th, south carolina's primary held one week later followed by supertuesday. this see a market share it, most markets are closed for new year's but here's a look at japan, the nikkei index down by 2.3% and the s&p in bear markets territory. nicole: in europe but see what is going on. less worries about. a bank. the ftse up 1.1%.
nicole: in the u.s. stock market futures look like this. lauren: a nice little rally, dow futures higher by 121 points, and nasdaq futures, the nasdaq down 15%. nicole: oil and gold, gold back and oil creeping back. and in west texas, 2848. that is $0.54 right now. lauren: you have strength for the pound, the canadian dollar, and that event. nicole: ten year yield is where the money is running, 1.75%. federal reserve chairman janet yellen on capitol hill today and tomorrow, her testimony before congress will be her first public remarks since the central bank raised interest rates in december, the stock market is down nearly 11% since that december fed meeting. and what the fed might do, at
march 15th. sabine cordoning the controversial power plant regulations on hold. high court in a 5-4 decision halted enforcement of the plan until after a legal challenges our resolve. the order deals a blow to the administration efforts to address global warming by reducing carbon dioxide emissions. coalition of republican-led state industry opponents have sued to block the plan. the white house says it disagrees with the court's decision but expects to prevail. nicole: the first case of the zika virus confirmed in china. tel authority downplaying the risks of the mosquito borne disease spreading because of the winter cold. in the u.s. federal health officials sending kids to test for the zika virus in florida, 5 other states reported their first cases of the virus,
pennsylvania, ohio, indiana. and everyone waiting on the in to do it. here is a look at the headline in the wall street journal. coca-cola fights for zero trademark rights. officials gearing up to 13 years after the soda giant registered a word for its diet drink friends. and viacom deepens leadership, quarterly profits fell to $449 million as revenue in viacom's business declined 3.5%. former viacom executive chairman cuts former champion as well. also the move deprives $70 million, the other part of it and coming the battlefield new hampshire and john kasich pools out surprise showing. >> the light overcame the darkness of negative campaign. [applause]
>> and you made it happen. lauren: we will recap of the winners and losers as they head to south carolina and have tough analysis of how they got the votes. lauren: in sports 1 million fans showing of to celebrate the denver broncos super bowl win. we will tell you what a million fans looks like. checking stock-index futures dow futures rally in 119 points, s&p futures up 17, you are watching "fbn a.m." this wednesday morning, first look at morning markets and breaking news.
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[applause] >> so when i tell you no bank can be too big to fail and new executive too powerful to jail, you can count on it. nicole: bernie sanders when did new hampshire primary beating hillary clinton with big support of women and young voters. sanders gets 60%, hillary clinton has 38%. republicans side ohio governor john kasich rides to a strong second place finish with 16% support behind donald trump who is number one at the ready 5% and a very tight race for the third place spot, ted cruz is holding that spot followed by former florida governor jeb bush and florida's senator marco rubio. new jersey governor chris christie finishes in sixth place followed by carly fiorina and
retired neurosurgeon ben carson. nicole: most markets in asia are still closed for the lunar new year but this is how japanese stocks traded, the nikkei down 2.3% in bear market territory. a very choppy 30 european trading, the ftse going back, certainly found the direction of 1.2%, the cac is up 2% as is the dax, helping u.s. surging 132 points, isn't the daesh. nasdaq of 51, up 1%. lauren: we were discussing the $20 range, $28.50 gaining back $0.56. walt disney reporting highest quarterly earnings in history, the success of the new star wars movie with continuing concerns that espn sen shares down 4% after hours. the cable sports network lost
subscribers, has cost of programming rose. it was driven by a phenomenal success of star wars, revenue at the movie business, they were up 8%, and thanks in part for sales for merchandize related to star wars. and the company. and twitter won $0.12 a share. and revenue of $17.6 million higher than the same quarter last year. investors have been very much focused on the user growth and that has been a key barometer to the future and not necessarily revenue growth. twitter shares have been battered down in the past year down 70%.
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nothing of his plans for the future. his mother says retired now. coming up a big victory for socialist bernie sanders in new hampshire last night. >> we will need to come together in a few months and to unite this party and this nation because the right-wing republicans we oppose must not be allowed to gain the presidency. [applause] nicole: how will he do in the next primary in south carolina. more snow for the northeast, the latest forecast from maria molina and checking stock-index futures, dow futures rally in 150 points, s&p futures up 20, nasdaq up 50. you are watching "fbn a.m.," a first look at morning markets and breaking news.
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>> thank you, new hampshire, thank you. we are going now to south carolina, we are going to win in south carolina. >> what began last week in iowa with voters in new hampshire confirmed tonight is nothing short of the beginning of a political revolution. nicole: big victory for donald trump and bernie sanders. i am nicole petallides. lauren: i am lauren simonetti. john kasich comes in second for the gop, the race for third too close to call between ted cruz, jeb bush and marco rubio.
nicole: we have all the latest development and analysis. lauren: the nikkei down another 2.3%, worried about a global slump. nicole: call up arrows, 146 for the dow, 24 diaz and b, they are gaining 1%. lauren: oil prices below $30 a barrel, $20.29 is the quote. nicole: twitter is the stock to watch at an all-time low yesterday, second day in a row, we will tell you what to watch for. lauren: welcome to "fbn a.m.," the latest breaking news and with respect to expect for the day ahead. nicole: bernie sanders wins the primary and the vermont senator be hillary clinton with the support of women and young voters.
sanders gets 60%, clinton has 38%. the secretary of state vowing to fight on with more diverse groups. >> now we take his campaign, the entire country, we are going to fight for every vote in every state. we are going to fight the real solutions that make a real difference in people's lives. nicole: on the republican side john kasich with a strong second place finish, 15% support behind donald trump. >> to 95 to south carolina and we will move through south carolina across the country, and we end up in the midwest and you just wait. let me tell you so much will happen. if you don't have a seat belt go get one. nicole: tight race for that spot, ted cruz is holding
between governor jeb bush. and marco rubio. chris christie finishes in sixth place followed by carly fiorina and retired neurosurgeon ben carson. >> by tomorrow morning, tomorrow afternoon we should know what the vote count is indeed will allow us to make a decision about how we move from here in this race but no reason to sit in south carolina in a hotel room to hear that. nicole: for more on this, more from manchester, new hampshire in a few minutes. lauren: let's get you caught up on global market action, the japanese market open for business. to the tune of 2.3%. nicole: we have back-and-forth action inert going. if the decision is done, and the ftse isn't 1.3%.
lauren: stock market futures higher by 150 points, as in the f-22, nasdaq features a 65. nicole: it is up $0.53, 120%, gold pull back. lauren: the future for the driverless car, right out of really's believe it or not a skier captures video of the yeti, the abominable snowman, we have that story coming up, you are watching "fbn a.m.," your first look at morning markets and
bush and marco rubio for a third-place finish in new hampshire primary. let's get you caught up on the market action and right now u.s. stock futures looking pretty good, all of paris, down futures up 131 of of the highs of 3/4%, the isn't yet the king, nasdaq up 58, it has been a tough year. oil prices $20.18. gold is down $15 to 1183 an ounce. "cavuto coast to coast" to google's driverless car passepa. safety regulators said the artificial intelligence system could be seen as the driver under federal law. major automakers and technology companies like google are racing to develop and sell these
vehicles. but yet he was caught on film in spain, it is a shaggy white humanlike shapes walking on two lakes resembling the story to monster from the himalayas. those who did not want to believe in this creature say it could be an albino borrow more polar bear or someone having a lack in a fuzzy costume. 3 of florida says the visitor security is guaranteed and they remain on high alert. did you see that? we will find out more. a big victory for donald trump last night in new hampshire. the top issue jobs and the economy. >> i am going to be the greatest jobs president that god ever
created, remembered that. lauren: we will look at how donald trump might fare in south carolina and jack dorsey said to report the company's latest results. we will tell you what to look for on twitter and checking u.s. stock market futures we are seeing a up arrows in europe and that u.s. and a little apparent today, dow futures up 122, the s&p daesh, you are watching "fbn a.m.". , you are watching "fbn a.m.".
of a political revolution. nicole: big victories in new hampshire for donald trump and bernie sanders, now on to south carolina. i am lauren simonetti. lauren: i am nicole petallides. big surprise, john kasich comes in second for the gop, the third race for the third place spot is too close to call between ted cruz, jeb bush and marco rubio. chris christie heads to new jersey to it think things over. we have all the results and analysis for you. nicole: stocks getting hammered once again, the nikkei close 2.3%, worries about a global slump. u.s. stock market futures looking good head of "the opening bell," dow futures indicate 136 point jump at the open, s&p futures up 20 points. after several days of selling oil prices get an up there up $0.39, they lost the game suddenly, 2834. twitter is the stock to watch, hit an all-time low for the second day in a row, jack dorsey
is set to report twitter at least results. we will tell you what to watch. welcome to "fbn a.m.," your first look at what is moving in the markets, the latest breaking news and what to expect for the day ahead. lauren: bernie sanders when new hampshire's democratic primary, the vermont senator beating hillary clinton with the support of women and young voters. sanders gets 60% of the vote, clinton gets 30%. on the republican side, john kasich rides into a strong second with 16% support behind donald trump, number one at 35% and a tight race for third place, ted cruz is holding that spot followed by a former florida governor jeb bush and florida senator marco rubio. new jersey governor chris christie finishing in sixth place followed by carly fiorina and retired neurosurgeon ben carson. nicole: blake berman is live in new hampshire to break this down
a little bit, what is the latest? >> reporter: live on the campus, to put in perspective how far bernie sanders came in this race, a poll was conducted in may, hillary clinton air bnb 4 point edge over bernie sanders that appears as if there are things that need to be reported, it appears and is won the race by 20 points last night. sanders scored very well with independent voters and younger voters and on that front hillary clinton in her concession speech admitted she has some work to do. >> i know i have worked to do particularly with young people but i will repeat again what i have said this week. [applause] >> even if they are not supporting me now, i support them. >> reporter: donald trump won this race clearly getting
support of 35% of republicans, john kasich finishing second but there is still the battle for third as jeb bush, ted cruz and marco rubio are at 3, 4 and 5 men dealing with fractions as they wait for precincts to still report but jeb bush a lot of the focus was on him coming to this end how he would do it, he staked a lot of his campaign on this state. he said last night finishing third is a validation of his campaign going forward. >> this campaign is not dead. you have given me the chance to go to south carolina where we are going to do really well. >> reporter: marco rubio in new hampshire out of iowa polling second but last night it seems he might have finished as low as fifth and there was the moment last night in his speech in which he essentially said i am sorry to his supporters and his followers for is debate performance on saturday night. many have wondered how that performance in the tussle with
chris christie might have affected him. marco rubio validated those questions. >> i am disappointed with tonight. i want you to understand something. i want you to understand something of our disappointment tonight is not on you. it is on me. it is on me. i did not do well on saturday night. that will never happen again. >> reporter: marco rubio and got a fund-raising letter sticking to that line saying on saturday night they did not do well at the debate but that will be the last time something like at happens. speaking of chris christie decision coming today, chris christie said he will go home to new jersey and see how the rest of the precinct reports, where he finishes and make a decision on if he will continue on ahead to south carolina. nicole: the strategy of jeb bush
and chris christie going after marco rubio instead of donald trump worked. >> reporter: for jeb bush you could say and potentially worked with him finishing third but chris christie, it might have backfired on him because he spent so much time talking about marco rubio it appears he came in sixth last night. chris christie spent so much time talking about his debate performance, you heard marco rubio said that hurt him but chris christie appears to have gotten the short end of the stick. lauren: we will see what happens in new jersey and not south carolina. blake berman from manchester, we thank you for breaking it down. thanks. let's setup close a look at the results of the new hampshire primary with a senior election analyst from real clear politics. now that from ann sanders, two outside is the won new hampshire would challenges will they face later this month in nevada and
south carolina. >> minimal to appeal to non white voters. and south carolina, fort from, pretty good shape for the next couple contest. the question is what happens if the establishment candidate start to drop out and consolidate. lauren: ted cruz did not do well in new hampshire but there are a lot of evangelicals, what happens when you start to see them drop off? christine may drop off and then from gets his vote but now all of the other votes get consolidated into the second guy, the second candidate so what happens to donald trump? does he keep that lead or not necessarily? >> not necessarily. that is trump's challenge. he is not the second choice of
many candidates, many voters and there's a strong possibility that the feeling is under 50%. lauren: back to the democratic side, the top candidate when it comes to be untrustworthy and honest is by far bernie sanders and 91% according to exit polls. clinton gets 5%. how do you reconcile that? how does that shape up in the general if clinton is the nominee versus a republican? >> it is the challenge for her. that has always been a pretty strong freight that voters look for inert president so that is something she has to address as she gets to the general election and hope people take a second look. lauren: she is not resonating with young voters, most of her voters are 65 and older, she has a lot of work to do. how about other players on the lower end, carson, carly fiorina, chris christie, at what point should they step aside and
let the gop focus on getting that nominee out there and really giving the message so they can take on whoever the democratic candidate is? >> probably time. i think ben carson will go to south carolina, new hampshire was never std would make a strong play in but for chris christie and carly fiorina new hampshire was there state where they were going to try to break out and they fell short. it is an end of the line for an. lauren: senior elections analyst for real fair politics. nicole: we are seeing overnight selling in asia. look at japan in particular 2.3%, china closed until next week's lunar new year, hong kong tomorrow. in europe stocks looking good, the ftse up 75 points, the cac up 95, almost 2.5% and the dax is at 204 points above 9,000 and that is 2.3 to the upside.
lauren: watching disney today, dow futures and 130 and the s&p futures up 19, nasdaq up 58. nicole: we have oil up for the first time in five days, a down era of first-time in six days, the $11.82 an ounce. lauren: watching twitter too reporting earnings after the close of regular trading. the company already endured great deal of pressure from investors, twitter is expected to earn $0.12 a share, same as last year, analysts expect revenue of $700 million, higher than the same quarter last year but investors have been much more focused on twitter and user growth as the key barometer to its future, not necessarily revenue growth, twitter shares have been battered, have been down in the past year about 70%. coming up hillary bids goodbye to new hampshire and gets ready for south carolina. >> i want to begin by
congratulating bernie sanders on his victory tonight and the want to thank each and every one of you and i want to kitsap a isil love new hampshire and always will. nicole: the latest on new hampshire and more snow for the northeast, the latest forecast from fox meteorologist maria moline and checking in stock-index futures, this moment out futures rally in 125 points, nasdaq futures up 56, you are watching "fbn a.m.," your first look at morning markets and breaking news.
last monday night when the iowa caucuses were complete they said the race was a three person race between two freshmen senators and the reality tv star. the reality tv star is still doing well but it looks like you have recessed the race and for that i really grateful. nicole: bernie sanders when the new hampshire's democratic primary, the vermont senator beating hillary clinton with the support of women and young voters, sanders gets 60% of the vote, clinton 30%. on the gop side ohio governor john kasich rises to a strong second place finish with 16% support behind donald trump at number one with 35%, very tight race for third place, texas senator ted cruz holding that spot followed by former florida governor jeb bush and florida senator marco rubio, new jersey governor chris christie finishes in sixth place followed by carly fiorina and retired neurosurgeon ben carson.
lauren: before you head out the door let's look your wednesday forecast, fox meteorologist maria molina, cold weather. >> a lot of cold and snow, from the midwest all the way to the eastern u.s. but the storm system is scattered. we are seeing snow showers all over the place across the mid-atlantic we have light snow her indeed this morning to the great lakes but looks like the heaviest snow totals will be confined to those areas downwind of the great lakes and along the central appalachians. that is where you could pick up half a foot of snow over the next several days as the pattern remains relatively active out here. the cold is in place and not going anywhere, it will be getting worse across the eastern u.s. as we head into this weekend, current windchill temperatures the the zero in minneapolis and chicago and here's a look at forecast high temperatures, stating:in minneapolis and chicago, not going to make out of the teens by this afternoon as we head into this weekend temperatures
get very cold even into the northeast where some temperatures in the single digits in the afternoon hours come saturday afternoon. nicole: we run down global market action, we are seeing some of arrows, "mornings with maria" is next, the dow up 130 at, the s&p up 20 , at disney looking down. we will watch twitter too. i think it landed last tuesday. one second it's there. then, woosh, it's gone. i swear i saw it swallow seven people. seven. i just wish one of those people could have been mrs. johnson. [dog bark] trust me, we're dealing with a higher intelligence here. ♪ the all-new audi q7 is here. ♪
say good morning to maria bartiroma. kerrimac whitney is mike murphy. top storiesith me is mike murph. top stories examine the east coast, >> we are going to start winning again and we will win so much you will be so happy we are going to make america so great again, maybe greater than ever before. i love the wall, thank you, new hampshire. >> tonight appears to be a record-breaking voter turnout. because of a huge voter turnout and i said a huge.
we won. maria: from finished with 35% of the vote, john kasich coming in second, his time in new hampshire, it was a fight for third place, the margin too close to call between ted cruz, jeb bush and marco rubio, marco rubio acknowledged his performance in saturday's debate. >> our disappointment is not on you. it is not on me. i did not -- i did not do well on saturday night but listen to this. that would never happen again. maria: and the democratic side bernie sanders got 60% of the vote to hillary clinton's 38%. bernie sanders with a boost from women and young voters turning to markets. investors waiting on comments from janet yellen later this morning, she is headed to capitol hill testifying on the house financial services committee where she will get grillled on the health of the u.s. economy, markets and