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>> breaking news this morning. a lone gunman opening fire at a movie theater in louisiana killing two people and injurying seven others before shooting himself. we'll have a live report from lafayette, louisiana. in business news, shares of amazon set to soar at the open after posting stunning earnings numbers. now amazon bigger than retail giant walmart. we'll run down the numbers. democratic presidential candidate hillary clinton expected to lay out her plans to hike the capital gains tax and weigh in on shareholder activists and corporate
buybacks. the clinton facing a possible criminal probe into her emails. we'll have the details. first we got photos of pluto up close and personal. nasa says it discovered a new planet, the one looks closest like the earth. we'll tell you more about it. checking the u.s. stock market ahead of the opening bell. you have gains across the board after losses yesterday. it has been a rough week for the markets. hey, it's friday, people! imdagen mcdowell in for sandra smith. joined by lauren simonetti and nicole petallides. welcome to "fbn:am," the latest look at the markets, the breaking news and what to expect in the day ahead. in breaking news a gunman opens fires at a movie theater in lafayette, louisiana, killing two people and injuring are seven others before taking his own life. the authorities identify the shooter as a 58-year-old white
man but they're not releasing his name as the investigation continues. there were 100 people in the theater at the time of the shooting. they found suspicious items in the vehicle and decided to set off some explosions. we'll have a live report from lafayette in a few minutes. breaking business news this morning, amazon.com shocking wall street with an unexpected profit in the most recent quarter. the stock is soaring in premarket. lauren is on the story. we like good news. >> we like good news. this week has been all about earnings. fresh off amazon's prime day success where they ordered more than they did on amazon's biggest-ever black friday, amazon shares, look at the bid-ask, soaring 17%. it should open at a lifetime high. the all-time high making it the world's biggest retailer
surpassing walmart. sharp sales gains in the recent quarter. droven by cloud business, more product efficiencies in the fulfillment department. losses could return soon. amazon spends a lot of money on the fulfillment centers, especially ahead of christmas and content for prime video streaming. we're hearing new kindles could be on the way. >> thank you so much, lauren. good news there. starbucks getting it done again. nicole has the coffee giant latest earnings. hitting an all-time high? >> today is looking pretty great because starbucks brewing up better than expected revenue for the first call third quarter. news ahead 4%. food, technology and drinks help the company bring in more customers. total net profit in the period jumped 22% from last year. global same-store sales rising 7%. they have more customers in the stores. starbucks raising 2015 outlook
and authorizing a 50 million share buyback. pandora reported better-than-expected results as well for its second quarter and raising its full-year forecast. it also signed up more subscribers. that is great news. the active users up about 4% to more than 79 million. pandora users. also uses software that can predict a listener's preferences. they know what you like. shares of visa. let's take a look at that. gained 5% in extended trading hours. the company's third quarter adjusted profit and revenue both came in better than expected. payment volume rose 11%. visa is in talks to reunite with it is former subsidiary visa europe. why do they want to do that? so they can compete against mastercard of course. >> thank you, nicole. let's get you caught up on the global markets. asian markets finishing the final trading day of the week lower. survey of manufacturing activity in china falling to a 15-month
low. china shanghai falling more than 1%, snapping a six-session winning vehicle. england, france, germany gains across the board. modest but we'll take them. u.s. stock futures showing a positive picture to wrap up the week. a triple-digit loss for the dow weighed down in part as lauren pointed out by earnings. caterpillar earns a big disappointment. gold prices tumbling below $1100 an ounce. investors get a release for new home sales for june. estimates expect the sales to come in at an annual rate of 546,000. that would match the may report which was up more than 2% in april. according toes national homebuilders association survey there is an uptick that continue push sales higher. people are anticipating higher mortgage rates. so they're running out maybe getting that mortgage and buying a new home ahead of higher rates.
a deadly shooting at a movie theater in louisiana. a gun man killing at least two people before fatally shooting himself. fox news's kyle rothenburg is live in lafayette, louisiana with the latest. kyle? >> good morning, dagen. what looks and sounds to be quiet behind me the grand theater in lafayette, louisiana, it was anything but that according to witness as couple hours ago. three people are dead tonight. nine are injured. one of those three people that are dead was the gunman. now this gunman is a 58-year-old white male, police describe him to be and it was just a regular thursday night. about 100 people in the theater 14 behind me watching the movie, "trainwreck," allege ledly according to police this white male opened fire in the back of a theater with a semi-automatic handgun killing two people. injuring nine. some of those people are critically injured. they're at the hospital.
some are not critically injured according to police. they're not life-threatening. that is how they describe it. the gunman after he shot in the back of the theater, turned the gun on himself according to police and he shot himself. there is a lot of witnesses that are saying a lot of things about it. we have some of it on tape. take a listen. >> we were buying popcorn at the concession stand when whole group of people, teenagers, mainly running out telling everybody to run for that life. i thought teenagers were playing a little prank. i seen a whole another bigger group coming out saying same thing. my reaction was, we saw a lady with blood all over her leg. i grab ad towel. we all ran. >> dagen, behind me it is ongoing investigation as police say. everyone from federal, state, local authorities, everyone is
getting involved to figure out one question, why did this gunman allegedly do what he did? >> kyle, thank you for that report from lafayette, louisiana. amy schumer, that movie "trainwreck" is her film. she tweeted out my heart is broken and my prayers are with everyone in louisiana. turkey allowing the u.s. military to use a key airbase near the syrian boarder to launch astrikes against isis. president obama and turkey finalizing the deal after months of negotiations between the two countries. it opens up other bases in turkey for the potential use of the campaign against isis. hillary clinton set to propose to raise some short term capital gains rates. a campaign aide says the call is one of series of proposal to encourage long-term economic investment. clinton is expected to call for a review of shareholder activism, greater stock
bibuyback disclosure and new scrutiny of executive compensation. separately two inspectors general asking the justice department to open a criminal investigation into whether sensitive government information was mishandled in clinton's personal email account. fox business obtaining documents that allege several senior faa managers including director michael ware at that huerta, knowingly and breaking law ignoring faa advisors to put a stop to it immediately. at issue the contract with the union representing 15,000 air traffic controllers. a source inside the faa says these practices cost taxpayers in millions of dollars in wasted salaries and overtime. fox business's adam shapiro has been on the story. broke it from the very start. he will cover it through the the day. nbc universal on the hunt for new media companies.
"wall street journal" reports that the comcast unit had talks with several companies for potential deals like buzzfeed, business insider. nbc universal talking about increasing the roughly 14% stake in vox media. nasa identifying the best bet for a planet like earth. this cousin to earth is called kepler 452-b. this was based on observations from kepler stays telescope. it is a little further away from its star than we are to our sun but their star burns hotter. so basically it is similar to earth. no, we don't though if there is any life there. it is located about 1400 light years from the globe that we're sitting on right now. the nickles and dimes apparently aren't adding up for 50-cent and his accountant. his accountant taking the stand
in manhattan's supreme court to testify about the rapper's finances. his real name is curtis jackson. the accountant was accused of leaving major assets off his balance sheet including $29 million that 50-cent lent to his various companies. jackson filed for bankruptcy after he was ordered to pay a 5 million-dollar damage award in a lawsuit brought by a woman he leaked or put on the internet a sex tape she made with an ex-boyfriend to get back at a rival rapper. and that is the story. coming up after snapping back yesterday, gold prices are sliding down 10 bucks overnight. we'll have the latest prices for you. in sports the los angeles dodgers and their cy young award winners baffling the new york mets. we'll have the highlights. checking in on u.s. stocks index futures. take a look. we've got green. you're watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪
♪ dagen: let's get you caught up on global markets. asian markets finishing the final trading day of this week lower. a survey of manufacturing activity in china falling to a 15-month low. that sent the shanghai falling more than 1%. that snapped a six-session winning streak. in europe stocks are up across the board. gains are modest but gains nonetheless. here in the u.s. you're seeing a turn around in the futures after losses yesterday. certainly that surprised profit from amazon helping the mood and will certainly help the nasdaq higher. checking on some key commodities here, oil's up a little bit but still well below $50 a barrel. that slide starting again. it is down almost $12 an ounce.
look at currencies across the board. watching the dollar there. the dollar of course and yield on 10-year treasury right now 2.28%. better get on that mortgage, people. turning to sports, dodger pitcher clayton kershaw handcuffs the mets on three hits, 3-0 shutout. jimmy rollins hit his ninth home run. kershaw was perfect until curtis grander son line ad lead-off single in the 7th inning. matt carpenter hit two home runs for the cardinals as they beat the royals 4-3. trevor rosenthal worked out after ninth inning jam as the cardinals have a six-game lead or the pirates in the national league central. a long time executive has been named general manager of the toronto maple leafs. he spent 2years with the
new jersey devils before stepping down in may. during his time in new jersey the devils won three stanley cups. coming up the tragic shooting in a theater in louisiana, leaving three people dead including the shooter. we have a live report from louisiana with the latest on the investigation. in economic news we have record-breaking home sales numbers earlier this week. today we'll see if sales of new homes also hit new highs as the housing market heats up. checking u.s. stock market futures also heating up stocks. you're watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪
dagen: breaking news this morning. a lone gunman opening fire at a movie theater? louisiana, killing two people an injuring seven others before shooting himself. we'll have a live report from lafayette, louisiana. in business news, shares of amazon set to soar at the open today after postings some stunning earnings numbers. a loss was expected. amazon is now bigger than retail giant walmart. we'll run down the numbers. democratic presidential candidate hillary clinton will lay out plans to hike the capital gains tax and corporate share buybacks. clinton facing a possible criminal probe into her emails. we'll have the latest details. we first got photos of pluto up close and personal. now nasa says it discovered a new planet that is closest to looking like planet earth.
we'll tell you all about it. checking u.s. stock market futures ahead of the opening bell, you have green across the board. dow, nasdaq, zap all heading higher. a nice move up in the nasdaq because of amazon. good morning everybody, i'm dagen mcdowell in for sandra smith. i'm joined by lauren simonetti and nicole petallides. welcome to "fbn:am" your first look into what is breaking in the markets, the latest breaking news and what is expected in the day ahead. breaking news, a gunman open fires in a movie theater? lafayette, louisiana, killing two people and injuring seven others before taking his own life. authorities identify the shooter as a 58-year-old white male but they're not releasing his name as the investigation continues. there were about 100 people in the theater at the time of the shooting last night. police say they found suspicious items in the man's vehicle and decided to set off explosions as a precaution. we'll have a live report from
lafayette in just a few minutes. meantime hours before the shooting yesterday president obama had an interview with the bbc expressing his frustration over the gun control debate. >> we do not have sufficient, common sense, gun safety laws. even in the face of repeated mass killings. and you know, if you look at the number of americans killed since 9/11 by terrorism, it is len than 100. if you look at the number that have been killed by gun violence, it is in the tens of thousands. dagen: the president was speaking before ahead of a trip to kenya, his first visit to his father's homeland since becoming the president. now on to the business news breaking this morning, amazon.com shocking wall street with a profit. those stocks set to soar at open. when we say soar, we're,
actually, we're actually underplaying it because it will take off like a rocket. >> show you shares of amazon. fresh off the prime day success. if you pull up the board you can see a 18% pop right now. look at that, 570 and then some is the bid-ask. that is the lifetime high for this stock. the online retailer market value is bigger than walmart's and it is the world's biggest retailer. amazon posted a surprise profit plus sharp sales gains in the recent quarter driven by the cloud business and more efficiencies and product fulfillment but losses could return soon. see amazon is company concerned about long-term investment than short-term profit. there is report that amazon proposing a store where you drive up to get groceries online. they're constantly thinking ahead for the future. they surprised us with cost control measures and a profit. >> really interesting, they have other things, not just the stuff you buy.
cloud computing does so well. everybody is talking about is amazon overbought? it closed at 480 and change. looking 570. the price to earnings ratio is nine hundred versus ibm and citi has 10 or something. it is something ridiculous. that is the question, whether or not it is overbought. you will see a new high today, that's for sure. dagen: some businesses, speaking like rocket ships in terms of stocks, starbucks getting it done once again. the coffee giant's earnings. nicole has them along with some other results yesterday. >> exciting time for earnings. in this case we'll see starbucks moving to the upside, brewing better than expected revenue and earnings for the fiscal fourth quarter. they have new food and drinks. they have the smores, trap, things like that. -- frap. helps to bring customers into the store. net profit jumped 22% year-over-year.
talk about the global same-store sales. they rose 7%. starbucks also raising its 2015 outlook, authorizing an additional 50 million share buyback. people like that. now pandora, soaring 10% after-hours, after the music streaming company reported better-than-expected results for its second quarter and raising its full-year forecast. signing up more subscribers. that is so key. active users up about 4% to more than 79 million. and pandora uses software that can predict a listener's preferences. shares of visa gaining 5% in extended trading. third quarter adjusted profit and revenue came in better than expected. payment volume rose 11%. saying it is in talks to reunite with its former subsidiary, visa europe. so they can better compete against mastercard there as well. we have big names that we're watching and big movers. it is interesting. we've seen volatility with earnings. a lot has been to the downside. we'll see names blowing it out to the upside today.
it will be a different market today. dagen: my favorite story today is the new converse chuck taylors. >> they're kind of hot. dagen: we'll tweet photos of them. we'll be all wearing them. not on the air today. investor get another reading on housing sector with the release of new home sales for june. estimate for sales for them to come in at annual rate of 546,000. that would match the may report which was up more than 2% from april. according to the national association of homebuilders, survey, builders are noticing an uptick in potential buyers. that should push sales higher. with the anticipation of higher mortgage rates, it appears that buyers are stepping up, locking in a rate now, taking out a mortgage and, buying a home. let's get you caught up on global markets n europe stocks are up across the board. well they were a minute ago. the dax in germany now slipped into the red. u.s. stock market futures the
picture here is nice to the upside. just a 11-point gain on dow futures. fairly decent move on nasdaq. gold prices under pressure down almost $12 an house. asian markets finishing lower after report on manufacturing in china fell to a 15-year low. let's get details from reporter rachel ruble live in beijing. good morning. rachel. >> that's right, dagen. stocks in the red across the board including shanghai composite which looks like it was up for seventh straight day of gains. disappointing preliminary pmi data that you mentioned came in below forecast of 50 level which separates contraction from expansion at a 15-year low. hang seng was down as well as japan's nikkei erased yesterday's gains, moved lower as well.
we saw big losses for major exporters and index heavyweights. south korean kospi moved lower as well. we saw, falling to the lowest level in two weeks as the yuan fell to the lowest level in three years. thank you. dagen: thank you, rachel ruble in beijing. i misspoke. it is 15-month low, not 15-year low according to reports. let's look at your friday forecast with fox meteorologist maria molina. >> good morning, dagen. we have a lot of weather going on across the nation a big storm system on the move and will bring risk of severe storms across parts of northern plains not only today but as we head into tomorrow. over the weekend you will have to stay weather alert across that part of the nation. the other concern as we head farther south, heat index values forecast to make it into the triple digits with excessive heat warnings for places like
kansas city. look at some of the forecast numbers. it will be dangerously hot. tulsa will feel like 110 degrees. there is look at high temperatures across the nation. eastern u.s., not bad at all, temperatures in the 80s from atlanta up into new york city. dagen. dagen: thank you so much, maria molina, our meteorologist here at fox. coming up youtube thinks it figured out who how to get you to watch more videos. we'll talk about those plans. nasa says it discovered a planet that look as whole lot like earth. we'll tell you about kepler 452-b. checking out stock futures, gains across the board pulling back a little bit. the dow still up six points. watching "fbn:am" your first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪ hi.
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♪ dagen: getting you caught up on global markets, asian markets finishing final trading day of the week lower across the board with that reads on manufacturing activity or one of them in china falling to a 15-moment low. that sent the shanghai market down more than one percent. that is a six-session winning streak it was working on. markets in europe mixed.
dax in germany has now fallen into negative territory. u.s. stock market futures, we have gains across the board. they are modest. the biggest mover will be the nasdaq 100 with that surge in amazon's stock that we're expecting today. youtube getting a bit of a touch-up on its mobile site. lauren you have more details. >> this is a big deal because there is so much competition from facebook, twitter and snapchat that youtube has revamped it is mobile site making it even easier for you to spend more time watching cat videos and the like. as it stands now, youtube users spend at least 14 minutes per session viewing chris. to get you to watch more, they have redesigned the mobile app which android users will notice and iphone users pretty soon. so the new videos will play vertically. there will be a personalized homepage with recommendations based on what you previously watched. there will be subscriptions page for your favorite channels and an account page.
that account page will have your watch history. so pay attention to those changes, especially if you're an android user. >> i'm hot on youtube but a good book, maybe one of the classics. go for that. dagen: two opposite ends of the spectrum. reading and watching like two-minute clips. i watch a lot of music videos. >> i watch a lot like old dean martin roasts, like old comedians from back in the0's because i'm old. >> music labels are getting annoyed all of this stuff is free on youtube. did you see the "new york post" report today? >> how about turn down for what, on the boat? everybody seen it. everybody all fall down on the boat. go to youtube if you want to watch it. >> we'll have news on. talk about reading, kindle, amazon.com, that is the biggest business story. that is profit from amazon. also of course we'll keep you up-to-date on that tragic shooting in louisiana in a movie
theater. it left three people dead including the gunman. we're going to have a live report for you coming from louisiana. the story on the markets today, we were saying that, talking about, it amazon, expected to soar. we're talking about a potential double-digit gain for this stock on stunning earnings numbers. the operative word there is earnings. in market cap, amazon is larger than walmart. checking u.s. stocks index futures, gains across the board. 10-point gain on the dow, trying to snap back from the triple-digit loss yesterday. you're watching "fbn:am," the first look at morning markets. ♪
louisiana, killing two people, injuring seven others before shooting himself. we'll have a live report from lafayette, louisiana. in business news, shares of amazon set to soar at the open after posting stunning earnings numbers. a loss was expected. amazon now bigger than retail giant walmart. we'll run down the numbers. democratic presidential candidate hillary clinton expected to lay out her plan to hike capital-gains taxes. she is expected to weigh in on shareholder activists and corporate stock buybacks. she is not a fan. clinton also faces a possible criminal probe into her emails. we'll have the details. we've got photos of pluto up close and personal. now nasa says it discovered a new planet that look as whole lot like planet earth. we'll tell you all about it. checking the u.s. sock market futures ahead of opening bell, we have green across the board, 14 point gain on the dow. nice move to the upside on
nasdaq 100. good morning. i'm dagen mcdowell. in for sandra smith. i'm joined by nicole petallides and lauren simonetti. a deadly shooting at a movie theater in louisiana. a gunman killing at least two people before killing himself. fox news's kyle rothenburg is live in lafayette, louisiana, with the very latest. kyle? >> good morning, dagen. it looks dark behind me, it sounds quiet, but i will tell you this, it was nothing like that according to witnesses earlier this evening when police say a gunman, 58-year-old white man, inside of a theater filled with about 100 people just started opening fire with a semiautomatic handgun. what we do know three people are dead including the gunman after he sprayed the audience in the theater. police say he just shot himself and also there is nine people that are injured.
nine of them are at the hospital. some are critically injured. some are not life-threatening. this is what police is telling us now. the latest, it all happened starting at 7:00 a bunch of people on regular thursday night trying to go to a movie theater to watch a movie of the movie was "trainwreck." about 20 or 30 minutes into it the 58-year-old man started shooting. there are a lot of witnesses that are very emotional. we have some of this on tape describing what they heard, what they saw. take a listen. >> it is not real, you know. for a minute you're thinking how can, how does the happiest place in the world produce somebody so fill of hate and evil to just stand up in a movie theater and start shooting people? what provokes somebody to do that? hard to thinks what happens in the unhappiest places. >> so there is ongoing investigation police say. there is federal, state, local authorities behind me inside of the movie theater trying to
figure out one question, why did this gunman allegedly shoot these people? dagen, back to you. dagen: thanks for your reporting, kyle rothenburg of fox news. the shooting was during the showing of the film "trainwreck" starting amy schumer. amy schumer sent out a tweet last night. my heart is broken and thigh thoughts and prayers are with everyone in louisiana. that from amy schumer. to business news, major news today, watch this stock. amazon.com shocking wall street for an unexpected shot for the quarter. it will be up double digits. >> show you what it is doing right now. you. this is unbelievable fresh off the prime day success. 570 now in the premarket. yes that is a record high. yes it is up 18%. i'm seeing price targets as high as $700 from wedbush. this is why. the company reported latest
profits, a surprise profit, investor certainly liked that. they saw a sharp sales gain in the most recent quarter driven by its cloud business and more efficiencies in product fulfillment. losses could return soon. amazon is a company more concerned about long-term investments and original things they do and experiment with rather than short-term profit. there is a report that amazon is planning a store where you drive up and pick up your gross i are, the ones that you ordered online. they're always thinking of something new here. so, this past quarter was great. some concerns about the current quarter. dagen: they will try anything. the phone, that was a huge disaster. didn't care. >> hearing new kindles might be coming out. dagen: speaking of reading, nicole wants people to read more. so buy kindle. >> the classics. dagen: you have starbucks earnings plus other companies. >> we'll see big moves in the market. dow moved into negative territory so that will be to the upside.
watch the nasdaq, maybe we'll hit records. starbucks brewing better than expected earnings and revenue for the fiscal third quarter. the news sending shares up 4% in extended trading as new food and drink as the smores frappuccino helping company bring in more customers. they have express shops now. total net profit jumped 22% year-over-year. how about the global same-store sales? don't worry, those rose 7%. raised it is 2015 fiscal outlook and authorizing a 50 million-dollars share buyback. pandora soaring 10% after-hours. the streaming music company you probably use from time to time reporting better-than-expected results for the second quarter and it too raised its full-year forecast. pandora signing up more subscribers that is so key. we're talking about active users up 4% to more than 79 million. pandora uses software that can predict your personal preference as well.
shares of visa gaining 5% in extended trading, a dow component. third quarter adjusted profit and revenue both came in better than expected. payment volume rose 7%. visa is in talks to reunite with it is former subsidiary, visa europe. so to better compete against mastercard. we talk about the china pmi miss. we have manufacturing problems in china, germany, france, this morning. it is all about earnings because we see at least some up arrows right now. >> can i chime in on starbucks because this is great morning story. one in five people are paying for starbucks on their phones. we're doing youtube on the phones. dagen: keeps you from spilling the coffee because you're not fumbling with your wallet. >> that is actually a good point. dagen: let's get caught up on global markets. asia markets finished final trading day of the week lower. shanghai was down more than 1%. over in europe you have the dax dipped down into the red a little bit but gains in england and france.
u.s. stock market futures looking like this. gains across the board. watch the nasdaq. later today, investors get another reading on housing with the release of new home sales for june. the estimate for sales to come in at an annual rate of 5,946,000. that would match the may report which was up more than 2% from april. according to the national association of homebuilders, builders are notices an uptick in potential buyers that could push sales higher. anticipation of higher mortgage rates, people are getting off the sofa, getting out, shopping for a home. then on to hillary clinton. she is set to propose raising some short-term capital-gains tax rates today. a campaign aide is call for one of a series of proposals intended to encourage long-term economic investment. clinton is expected to call for shareholder activism, greater stock buyback disclosure and new scrutiny of executive compensation. separately two inspectors general asking the justice department to open a criminal investigation into whether
sensitive government information was mishand i would in clinton's personal email account. nbc universal on the hunt for new media companies. "wall street journal" is reporting that comcast, the comcast unit has had preliminary discussions with several companies for potential deals, vice media, buzz feed. universal reportedly increasing its 14% stake in vox media. nasa has the best bet yet of cousin to earth. this is kepler-452b. they say it was based on observations from kepler's nasa space telescope. it orbits a star a little further away than our sun. their star burn as little bit hotter. it is a lot like earth the planet. located 1400 light years from earth. coming up after bouncing back yesterday, gold back into a slide. we'll have the, all your global markets.
♪ dagen: getting caught up on global markets, check out europe. there's asia. let's look at europe. it has been a mixed market. dax is down. moving on to u.s. stock futures, dow, nasdaq, s&p, not in that order. we've got green across the board. gold price, move on to gold. gold has been under pressure overnight and is falling once again.
>> turning to sports, dodger pitcher clayton kershaw handcuffing the mets on the way to a complete game, 3-hit, 3-0 shutout. jimmy rollins hitting the ninth home run for the western division leaders. kershaw was perfect until curtis grander son line ad leadoff single in the 7th inning. the teams with the best records in baseball square off in st. louis. think beat the royals 4-3. trevor rosenthal worked out of a ninth inning jam as cardinals have a six-game lead over the pirates in the national league central. we have more on the markets before maria bartiromo takes over. stay with us
likely because of amazon. oil up, gold down, more than $12 an ounce. watch for that 1000 mark, you never know. currencies in europe are down against the dollar. plan a trip to europe. now it is time for maria bartiromo, "mornings with maria." over to you, maria. maria: thank you. see you in a few minutes. thank you very much, dagen. coverage of breaking news out of louisiana continuing on the fox business network. good morning, everyone, i'm maria bartiromo. another sad morning for america. two innocent lives lost due to a lone shooter in a movie theater in lafayette, louisiana, last night. nine others injured. the gunman described as a white male in his 50s, turned semi-automatic handgun on himself and committed suicide. >> when he stood up and started firing, people started rushing out. we know he was trying to leave.
he spotted officers coming in and he turned around and went fence the crowd and he fired a single gunshot. and that was on himself. maria: authorities say the gunman had a criminal record but had not been in the trouble with the law recently. no motive has been established. police are not identifying suspect so as not to compromise the investigation. he is believed to be acting alone. louisiana governor bobby jindal was quick to praise the response from the law enforcement as the shooting occurred. >> they ran towards danger, not away from it. the first officers could literally still hear the gunshots. they ran towards the theater. they do amazing job protecting us every single day. i'm grateful for their heroism. maria: what we know right now, investigators are looking for multiple addresses for the shooter in multiple states. blake burman from d.c. with very latest. good morning to you.
>> good morning to you as well. that movie teeth in lafayette, louisiana, was described as packed, 7:00, 20 minutes into the film a lone gunman who police say is 58 years old stood up and started firing. two of innocent movie-goers are dead, nine others injured and one in critical condition. louisiana governor bobby jindal described a heroic act in middle of it all, one teacher stood in front of a second teacher saved her life and the second teacher managed to pull a fire alarm and in the chaos the gunman tried to blend into the crowd and escape, but when officers rushed the man turned gun on himself. police did not release his identity but say he does have a criminal history. the movie playing was the comedy "trainwreck." amy schumer said she was devastated my heart is broken
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