i feel like i've been here before. switch now and get the fastest wifi everywhere. comcast business. built for business. sandra: breaking news, the taliban launches an attack on the afghan suicide bomber in gunbattle. a last-ditch plan from greece to solve its debt crisis feels that global rally in stocks. take a look at futures this morning. dow futures up 158 points, nasdaq and s&p higher as well. break-in overnight, apple backing down after two smith launches the protests of rest holding low in trans loyalty streaming music service. cigna reject in the latest takeover offer from anthem health ahead of a key ruling from the supreme court over
obamacare. the ruling could come down later this morning. and while finishing the u.s. open with the second major golf tournament in a row. the jury we will have the highlights. good morning. i am dagen mcdowell joined by lauren simonetti and nicole petallides. let's figure .co him and he prefers to live in today's market. the latest breaking news and what to expect the day ahead. lauren, you are working on apple swift reversal. lauren: this is being seen as a win for artists everywhere. train to nicole, the latest on the greek that. nicole: we are getting closer to some sort of deal. a big day in europe. dagen: thank you, both. breaking news, the taliban attack in the afghan parliament of lawmakers confirm the appointment of a defense minister. gunmen try to stormed the
building after a car bomb but were pushed back his security forces. none of the lawmakers for her petite teen civilians were wounded including two women to children. six taliban gunmen were killed. global stocks in rally mode on new optimism over a creek bed deal. dow futures triple digits right now. nicole, what makes you feel different? >> we have a lot going on. tsipras discussing a proposal to its international creditors described as the country's last chance to unlock financing to keep the bailout program going. the latest plan comprises tax increases government spending cut and they can hit the budget target required by these lenders. today a crucial summit in brussels aimed at reaching a deal between athens and its creditors. senior european officials failed to reach an agreement in today's meaning could put wreaths on the road to bankruptcy and exit from
the eurozone. the country does in fact have a chance 30 deadline to make a $1.8 billion loan repayment to the imf and then that translates into july where they have to pay the pcb. today you have been meeting with the international creditor tsipras followed by a summit of the 18 euros of leaders. in the meantime they are working on emergency liquidity assistance as well era dagen: tiamat, nicole taylor swift with the reversal apple. lauren. apple caved. truth where they did, very quickly. after taylor swift called the three-month retire without the music shocking and disappointing. just a couple of hours ago apple music will pay artists for streaming or returning customers free trial. adding we hear you, taylor swift
and indie artists love apple. standing up for artists everywhere. 1989 and also one spot if i am the letter seemed to work. it will pay months close on. dagen: in hindsight, that is. how did they think they were going to pay them? nicole: they were thinking of market share in drawing people in. and he and more people would be listening to their staff. nicole: taylor swift also making them out. lauren: interfaith album and she admitted that in the letter. dagen: absolutely. let's move onto a big big health-insurance giant turning down a big takeover offer ahead of a key supreme court ruling on obamacare that could come down later this morning.
nicole: a lot of these positions trying to make routers happen because regulators may not allow more than one or two deals to happen. and then made a $47.5 billion offer to acquire rival stigma. they rejected the proposal say the terms are inadequate. $184 per share is about 18% premium to cigna's closing price on friday. a deal under the right circumstances would provide substantial benefits to consumers, doctors, investors in both companies. the ruling could strike down federal health insurance subsidies for about 6 million americans and more than 30 states and that could come down as early as this morning. the cigna anthem story is also a battle for ceos.
and some offer their offer but again saying it is that inadequate and prior to the ceos and basically trying to get subsidies to people who need it. dagen: thank you, nicole. rallies on optimism over the greek ideal. nhs stock starting this week. quite strong there. japan, hong kong and singapore all have higher. as it finds a euro. stocks now heading out. look at those games. more than 2%, nearly 3% on attacks in germany. stock futures are showing optimism as well. the greek day dl, get this mess behind us and we can move on to a better economy here, darren everywhere. maybe not so much. we will get you some fresh housing numbers today they could show you the impact of rising mortgage rates. lauren has that story. lauren: at 10:00 a.m. eastern
arab part of previously owned homes expected to rise 5.26 million sold. but the largest part of existing home sales. they been like a new home sales recently. watch for the higher mortgage rates over 2.3% this morning. dagen: mortgage rates topped 4%. lauren: highest of the entire year. dagen: massive amounts as well. a search for the farmer bartosh s. have ended a period new mexico police say his body was discovered late yesterday. he went on a solo mountain hike on june 13th and never returned. his body was found a mile from the base of the europe canyon trail. funeral services held this week for the nine victims of the charleston church shooting. yesterday hundreds of people gather for memorial services on in their lives. the suspect did was charged with
nine counts of murder. the shooting is also the confederate flag to be removed from the statehouse grounds in south carolina. the focus of the manhunt for two escaped prisoners in upstate new york shifting to an area west of the clinton correctional facility. this comes after a man was reportedly seen running from the hunting camp last night in print and county. david swiped and richard matt broke out within two weeks ago. over the weekend the searchers in the pennsylvania border. natural gas pipeline project team to a buyout offer from energy transfer equity worth $40 billion. williams said it's open to other offers. energy energy transfer confirmed that they energy transfer confirmed that they say they tried for six months to engage williamson talks but is being ignored. the offer was valued at $64 a share, a premium of 32% tourbillion shares closed on friday. advanced micro devices looking at its options.
reuters reporting the chipmaker is reviewing whether they should split itself in into two were split up business. part of chief executive limits his attempt to turn the company around. discussions are in the early stages and no decision has been made. one option would be two separate graphics and licensing business from the server business. an amd spokeswoman said no such project is in the works. republican presidential candidate rick perry targeting wall street. the texas governor was on fox news sunday saying it is from the washington bellsouth companies that make bad decisions. be my people to see fairness. when you see the rules in place nowadays, people want to see a fair tax rate. they want to keep more of what they work for. in the 12 largest economy in the world. they made a state that allowed people to have jobs, an
environment that allowed them to keep more of what they work for. americans would like to see the same thing and they don't see that today. they see wall street getting bailed out. dagen: he also criticized the diaphragm blessing of his killing community banks. coming up, jordan speeds makes it a two for making it a second golf victory with the wild win at the u.s. open. we will have the highlights in the greatest show in golf history. grace offering a last-ditch plan to pay its debt ceiling investor optimism around the world. checking u.s. stock index futures. dow, s&p and nasdaq are moving on up. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪ you are looking at two airplane fuel gauges.
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dagen: let's get you caught up on global markets. it is really easy to cover this morning because everything looks terrific. in asia, stocks started the week with major gains across the board in japan, hong kong and singapore. over to europe, let's increase in credit trying to get its finances in order and that is living as well as optimism. more than 3% gain on the dax, ftse and cac. u.s. stock futures in rally mode. what is the will to win? if we see stability in oil, indeed. fifty cents a barrel, 60 and $11 a barrel. turning to sports, wild finish at the u.s. doping.
jordan speith catching a second measure title, after his earlier big read this year at the masters. he finished with 169 that left him five under for the tournament. dustin johnson, biggest choke in golf history some say. get the chance to win a tournament. he three putted for par on the final hole. he missed a putt for eagle to win and then he missed another one that could have put the turn men into a playoff. he fell short giving spieth the victory. and baseball come a quick night for giants pitcher retired four batters he faced and left in the second inning. the dodgers then hit four home runs on their way to a tended to win over the san francisco giants. the yankees scoring 14 runs on saturday to wink. a 12 run yesterday to lose to the tigers 12 before. jd martinez hitting four home runs and drove in six runs to power detroit.
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dagen: breaking news, the taliban launching an attack on the afghan parliament with a car bomb and a gun battle. a last-ditch plan from greece to sell the debt crisis feels the global stock rally. take a look at dow futures at triple digits. highs in the morning to 149-point k. will take that s&p and nasdaq moving higher as well. also breaking overnight, apple breaking down after taylor swift lodges protest over withholding royalties during the trial for its new streaming music service. cigna rejected the latest takeover offer from and somehow the head of the key ruling from the supreme court on obamacare. the ruling could come down later this morning. one wild finish at the u.s. open as jordan spieth nails a second major golf tournament victory. good morning, everybody. i am dagen mcdowell joined by
lauren simonetti and nicole petallides. welcome to "fbn:am," your first look at what is living today's markets, latest breaking news and what to expect for the day ahead. lauren, you are working on the apple swift reversal. lauren: taylor swift continues to battle it out for indie artists everywhere and apple is listening to her this time around. dagen: breaking news right now. the taliban attack in the afghan parliament of lawmakers are meeting inside to the firm the appointment of a defense minister. gunmen tried to storm the building following a car bomb but were pushed back his security forces. none of the lawmakers for her the lawmakers were her and civilians were wounded including two women and two children. afghan police say six taliban gunmen were killed. global stocks weigh up around the world. a new optimism over a greek debt deal. take a look at the u.s. features are doing right now. 150-point gain on the dow.
what is fueling the optimism? nicole: we are seeing the market overall up 8%. a-alpha bank of 16%. this is all it is a great government is pitching a last-ditch package up for proposal to international creditor. described as the country's last chance to unlock urgently needed financing and keep its bailout program going. the latest plan comprises tax industry, spending cuts, all to hit the budget target required by the lender. today there's a crucial eurozone summit in brussels reaching a deal between athens and creditors. senior european official said failure to reach agreement could put greece agreement could put greece on the rest of bankruptcy, exit from the eurozone. hold on, the country has until june 30th to make this $1.8 billion loan repayment to the international monetary fund. they also have a huge payment due in july to the ecb. what is interesting is that dave had the emergency liquidity
situation. they are the only group of creditors basically keeping grace alive, keeping grace from defaulting and more importantly keeping the great things going because you are seeing money out of the banks. the ecb is stuck between a rock and a hard place because they are keeping them alive with the creditors. in the meeting in brussels and will try to work it out with the new proposals. they are a good cases for progress. nicole: tomorrow could be a scary day. dagen: it could be. they will talk to keep money from coming out of the country. lauren: i don't think today is the end-all. hopefully in a good way, but i don't think at the end of today you will have a great revelation. maybe some guidance. dagen: a little progress is progress. moving onto taylor said facing a major reversal at apple in its
new music streaming service. apple threw his hands up like that. nicole: this is a 25-year-old you don't want to mess with less than a day after taylor swift caused the division not to pay royalties for the three-month free trial of apple music pier she calls it shocking and disappointing. apple treated this a couple hours ago. it will pay for streaming during the free trial. good he also says we hear you come between her and indie artists. of apple. taylor standing up for artists everywhere pulled her album 1989 on apple music and did so on spotify as well. her blog to apple work. the company will pay rights holders an undisclosed sum on a purse dream basis. don't you love apple? dagen: love apple? that is barked.
lauren: they work hard to be so friendly. taylor swift certainly making a point for not only herself. her letter was signed love taylor. that explains it. dagen: if you want to reward the artists come you buy their music, don't streaming. just saying it. let's move on to your health. one health giant has turned on a big takeover offer ahead of a key supreme court ruling on obamacare. that could come down later this morning. nicole, what is happening. nicole: and committed $47.5 million offer to acquire its rival trend cigna. get them offer to pay $184 per share for each share. that's an 18% premium on the price that closed on friday. it is not clear talks are in bed.
now set to 184 a share. cigna says the deal under the right circumstances would provide benefits to consumers,.does come investors in both companies. this is all coming ahead of the highly anticipated supreme court decision on the affordable care act. the ruling could strike down federal health-insurance subsidies for six latin americans and more than 30 states and could come down as early as this morning. stay tuned to fox business for that. regulators may not allow too much consolidation in the industry. that is what they had seen cigna, united with that and now this big one which i spoke of, and god and cigna. >> big front-page story in "the wall street journal." "wall street journal." deals could cut consumer health choices. impact on the landscape of health insurance. a big rally in global stocks. let's take you to asia get a look at the asian markets with business reporter tracey chad
lewis live in beijing. tracey is reporter for the chinese state television. good morning. reporter: good morning to you, dagen. asian markets are higher. in china the dragon boat holiday. trading will resume tomorrow after those trading week in nearly a decade last week. every hong kong market moves higher. the hang seng up 1.2% after the city's chief executive had more economic reform after the political buzz. japanese stocks also moved higher in the possible resolution for a greek debt problem. the nikkei up 1.3% and in south korea the cost be registered a four-day winning streak in and about four tenths of 1% lead airline companies as the worst crisis level. back to you, dagen. >> tracey, thank you so much. tracey chang in beijing. let's get you caught up on the
global markets headed over to europe. stocks are in rally mode. more than 3% gain on the dax and germany. best performance so far this morning. in the u.s., u.s. features also had higher. dow futures up 151 points. s&p and nasdaq also up about the same percentages. we will get some fresh housing numbers that could show the of rising mortgage rates. lauren has that story. lauren: i do. at 10:00 eastern investors get reported previously owned homes for may. expected to rise to 5.6 million. this is the largest part of the market. previously owned homes have been like a new sales recently. they would pay attention to an effective higher rate than the 10 year yield is now up this morning. dagen: data spread. so much inventory just and it totally, particularly in the new
york area people are trying to dump their houses. nicole: some people say and i hope this is true that mortgage rates will come down a little bit. dagen: as an owner, you don't want that to happen. we are homeowners and we are like no. before you head out the door, let's get a look at your monday forecast with fox news meteorologist maria molina. reporter: good morning, dagen. we'll be tracking storms moving across portions of the planes and also into the midwest great lakes region. we could be looking at a significant risk for a long track tornadoes across parts of southern wisconsin, northern portions of illinois and the city of chicago. watch out for signs as well across parts of michigan. a widespread area that will be looking at storms today.
related to zone in their shaded in orange that will be looking at the stronger storms associated with the system. as we head into tomorrow, see the system was eastward in either resource of severe weather across portions of northeast and parts of west virginia. current temperature is very warm. 79 amount they said they will only be heating up later on today. dagen, look at this number. 98 degrees in raleigh, north carolina. dagen: will basically feel like living in a bowl of clam chowder. thank you, maria. i grew up down there. i know these things. coming up, pepper, the robot with feelings fell down 60 seconds on the first day of japan. why is this box so hot? in the meantime, greased with new depth and feeling investor optimism. take a look at the marker reactions so far.
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dagen: imed dagen mcdowell &-ampersand ray smith this morning. you can check sander at the top of the hour. you don't want to miss her. let's check you up on global markets. stocks in rally mode around the globe starting in a shed. take a look at the sizable gains. more than a 1% gain in japan and hong kong all in hopes that greece will write its finances. take a look at your markets over in europe. the ftse, tax and higher. future showing the same optimism. 157-point gain. all your markets moving out. no bread anywhere. we love to see that. if you ever wanted a robot companion, this is your time. >> i needed another friend.
but when a show you the video. this four-foot tall robot can read your facial expressions and feel of human emotions. it sold out over the weekend when it went no on sale in one minute. he cost $1600 plus $200 a month for data in insurance fees. the company is preparing a global sales plunge with partners including alibaba for next year. i've got to ask. why would a person or a business while pepper? to talk to is a new friend come entertain you, to keep a log of what makes you happy and sad. i've been thinking about die. that's great when you want to put together a video montage. pepper will have those moments documented because he can read your facial expression and instantaneously pointed out. dagen: the robot is designed for caring for the elderly. medication management, people
with dementia, lauren. loads of business applications. dagen: it is just like the movie. i go to disney movie because i have two little kids. big hero six had a big white blob and basically we see how you are feeling and if you needed medical care. dagen: let's hope it's not like westworld, that robot movie. y'all are too young for that. coming up, the power of taylor swift rocking the music world is apple backs down from plans that will now pay artist royalties during the trial. the trial. at this new music streaming service. the battle to go big and health care continues as cigna rejects a takeover offer from anthem health. all of that ahead of a critical supreme court ruling on
dagen: breaking news, the taliban launches an attack on the parliament with a car bomb and gun battle. a last-ditch plan from greece to solve the debt crisis feels that global rally in stocks. dow futures are way out. triple digit gain with the s&p and nasdaq moving higher. overnight, apple backing down after taylor swift launches a protest over withholding royalties during the trial for its new streaming music service. cigna rejected the latest offer from anthem health ahead of a key ruling on obamacare.
the ruling could come down later this morning. a wild finish to the u.s. open. jordan spieth nailed his second major golf tournament that reader wrote. we will have the highlights. good morning, everybody. i'm dagen mcdowell &-ampersand the smiths. you can catch sandra smith at the top of the hour. i'm joined by lauren simonetti and nicole petallides. welcome to "fbn:am" come your first look at what is moving markets and what to expect for the day ahead. lauren, you were working on the apple swift reversal. lauren: of -- dagen: nicole, the latest on the dead deal. nicole: new proposals are good cases for progress. we'll see what comes out of it. dagen: breaking news right now, taliban attack in the parliament as lawmakers mean inside to confirm the appointment of a defense minister.
gunmen tried to storm the building following a car bomb but they were pushed back his security force none of the lawmakers were hurt that 18 civilians were wounded including two women and two children. afghan police say six taliban gunmen were killed. global stocks in rally mode over new optimism over a creek that deal. take a look at u.s. futures right now. they've been endeavoring since we started to broadcast it live again. the poll, what is behind the deal? nicole: every moment counts. every day counts. a last-ditch package proposal to international creditors. it's described as possibly the country's last chance to unlock finance team, keep the bailout program going. tax increases, spending cuts resulted at the budget target by the lenders. a crucial c-euro-sign summit in brussels aimed at reaching a deal between athens and creditors. senior official european
officials say it could put greece on the road to bankruptcy. the country has issued a deadline to make the payment $1.8 billion loan repayment to the imf. just some optimism circulating on new proposals. the greek market up about 80%. a-alpha bank up 1about 80%. a-alpha bank up 16%. we are seeing out there as here at home and abroad. mario draghi saying that you should see it to reverse ability of the euros. dagen: thank you, nicole. a major reversal at apple and music streaming service. lauren, apple caved awfully quickly. lauren: she's 25 and she packs a punch. less than a day after taylor swift calls out apple to not pay royalties cause a shocking and disappointing and now treating
this a couple hours ago. apple music will pay artists for streaming even during customers free trial period, adding we hear you, taylor swift. love apple. she set up for artists everywhere. she pulled her 1989 album. it was that plus her letter to apple that she put on her blog that worked. apple will pay rights holders an undisclosed sum on a per stream basis. something i love from taylor's letter to apple was we don't ask you for free iphones. please don't ask us to provide you with their music for no compensation. she doesn't need the money. she's worth at least $200 million. the small artists do and she sympathizes with them. dagen: over -- she's on the cover of every big magazine includes in time. countries have been asking to make changes that they don't count as much as taylor swift. dagen: do not make taylor mad. one health-insurance giant
turning down a takeover offer ahead of a supreme court ruling on obamacare they could come down later this morning about 10:00 a.m. >> and i made a $47.5 billion. cigna rate jack did say they are inadequate. offering to pay $184 per share. that's an 18% premium a on friday. it is not clear if it's the talks are dead. the deal under the right circumstances would provide substantial benefits. doctors and investors comes ahead of a hotly anticipated of the supreme court decision. the ruling could strike down federal health insurance subsidies for about 6 million americans and more than 30 states. that could come down as early as this morning. there is a way. the health care companies try to have some court of merger
happened. train to "the wall street journal" taken into how this could cut into consumer health care services. thank you, nicole. global markets in asia. we have no right to report at this point. a major gain in japan, hong kong and singapore with their biggest gain their biggest gain there'd be in the nikkei. in europe, same story. a 3% gain in france and germany. the ftse trying to keep up with the rally. u.s. stock market feature showing optimism is for all one hopes that the greek debt crisis gets resolved at least in the short run. 155-point gain. fresh numbers on the housing market could show the impact of rising mortgage rates. lauren has more on that story. lauren: 10:00 eastern, previously owned sales rise
206 million. this is the largest part and that sales have been lacking recently. of course he went to watch for the higher rate and what that is doing to people either looking to buy or sell their homes. dagen: thank you, lauren. the search for the white house chef has ended tragically. new mexico police say his body was discovered late yesterday. he went on a solo mountain hikes june 13 to never return. his body was found a vial from the europe of canyon trail. he was a white house show for 11 years under president though clinton and george w. bush. funeral services held this week for the ninth of hands at the charleston church shooting. yesterday hundreds of people gather for memorial services honoring their lives. suspect a cheater was arrested thursday and charged with nine counts of murder. the shooting has renewed calls
for south carolina to remove the confederate flag from the statehouse grounds. the focus of the manhunt, two escaped prisoners in upstate new york now shifting to an area west of the clinton correctional facility. this after a man was reportedly seen running from a hunting camp last night in france and counting. david sweat and richard matt broke out more than two weeks ago. over the lake in the search was focused or the pennsylvania border. natural gas pipeline rejected a buyout offer from energy transfer equity worth $48 billion. williams says it is open to other authors. the bid has tried for six months to engage billions in talks but has been ignored. the offer was valued at $64 per share, a premium of 32% from where williams shares closed on friday. advanced micro devices looking at its options. rigorous reporting the chipmaker
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dagen: i'm dagen mcdowell and for sandra smith. sandra is coming up in six minutes at the top of the hour. let's say you conduct on global markets. why are we so happy because of this? a global stock market rally happening right now in japan, hong kong and singapore, gains across the board. same store in europe if you look at england, france and germany with the dax index been your biggest mover there. u.s. stock index futures heading higher as well. turning to sports. a wild finish at the u.s. open. jordan's spieth finishing his second major title ii further
the dread the masters. he finished with 169 that left him five under for the tournament. dustin johnson, maybe the biggest joke in golf history has the chance to win the tournament but he three putted for par on the final hole. he missed a putt, and vehicle that could have won the tournament and missed another one that could've sent to turn it to a playoff. spieth at the victory. and based on sunday night come a quick knack for giants pitcher who retired just four of the 12 batters he faced in the second inning. the dodgers hit four homeruns on their way to a win over the san francisco giants. the mets entered the weekend against the braves with a game and a half late in the master of late. bedtime is over they trailed the washington nationals by a game and a half after being swept by atlanta. matt harvey giving up the eventual game-winning run in the seventh inning as the braves won
one did nothing. before you head out the door, let's get a look at your forecast with fox meteorologist maria molina. reporter: hello, everyone. a big story of otherwise is the extreme flooding across parts of the southern plains especially parts of texas the forecast the next couple of days for quieter weather. we do need the dry stretch of weather. although we are expecting a few isolated showers and dorms there. the other concern is a risk for severe weather across the great lakes and midwest looking at tornadoes and also severe hail. over to you. dagen: thank you so much, maria. maria molina from the fox weather center. a check on your market before we toss it to sandra. ♪
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you're nothing but good news to report. the world markets in rally mode on hopes the greek debt deal gets done over in asia. three across the screen. in europe, more than 3% gain on the dax. and u.s. futures, nothing but upside. 146-point gain on the dow futures. right now, sandra smith is in for maria bartiromo. sandra: good morning, dagen. i am sandra smith and for maria bartiromo. monday, june 22nd in with me this hour, jack out of her bearings and around listening to arnold. the stories of 6:00 a.m. on the eastern coast. thousands rally in front of parliament urging great prime minister alexis tsipras to resist pressure to accept more austerity. greek needs billions of euros in bailout funds to satisfy debtors are the demonstration was the second anti-euro rallied in the week as a vital summit in brussels is going on right now in