in oil prices during its ministers meet in vienna, austria to strike a deal and production cuts. ministers from algeria say there will be until today. good morning to you. i'm lauren simonetti. nicole: good morning. i am nicole petallides. this moment outside are sent. the grill getting $2.27. lauren: stockmarkets watching the opening of his outcome. nasdaq futures up almost one point.
nicole: in a shed the nikkei ended slightly higher in china shanghai composite index dropped 1%. lauren: the art of the deal. president-elect donald trump reaching an agreement with the carrier to keep 1000 american jobs in indiana. nicole: fox business headlines partner goldman sachs chairman steve minich and will be the next secretary. they will both be on the maria bartiromo letter this morning. lauren: facebook friends the mobile gaming on this messenger platform. nicole: in sports, the mets beat los angeles clippers but it took two overtimes in every dark rivers in what is being called the weirdest ending so far this year. lauren: i can't wait to see the ending. 5:01 a.m. in new york. the last day of november, welcome to "fbn:am," your first look at today's market than the
latest breaking news. nicole: oil prices traded sharply higher imacs but patients in opec will reach a deal to cut oil production. oil currently up about 5%. 47.47 a barrel. discussing a deal amid a global saudi energy minister there'll be an opec deal today god willing. fallout from the failure to cut production back in 2014 sent crude oil tumbling. prices fell below $30 a barrel earlier this year. >> will talk about if this is sunny optimism with phil flynn. breaking news this morning. donald trump has reached a deal with carrier that will keep jobs in indiana. the company saying it is pleased to it is pleased to have reached a deal with president-elect trump to keep 1000 jobs in india.
davis 2100 jobs to mexico as part of a broader cost-cutting effort. trump and mike pence who is actually indiana's governor with it in indiana tomorrow to announce the agreement in terms of the deal. carrier is a unit of united technologies. he would work to prevent the outsourcing of u.s. jobs that could move those jobs overseas.o work on his cabinet. isis treasury secretary. also served as trump campaign finance chief. an official announced that could come as early as today. troutman again with mitt romney. sharply critical of china. dinner in new york at the
president-elect continues to weigh his choices for the secretary is a jobs. speaking to reporters after the meal, romney praised streb sanely hope trump can move the country to a better future adding he's impressed by the transition effort so far. >> it's not easy. i know that myself. he won the general election. he continues with a message obviously connected with the american people. nicole: trombone and welfare and the commerce department. ross is known for cutting jobs and costs in the steel industry. trump announced elaine chao will be as transportation secretary, the wife of senator mitch mcconnell. we will learn more when they join maria bartiromo on mornings
with murphy at 7:30 a.m. eastern time this morning. don't miss it. lauren: the trump team is forming. yes tom prices the health and human services secretary. more than a georgia congressman and the future of obamacare. >> tom price will see a dollars budget in the nearly 100,000 workers, a huge bureaucracy. this is the guy who proposed actual serious legislation to dismantle obamacare rather than talk about dismantling it. his appointment sends a serious signal about repealing and replacing apothecaries promised. he's also chairman of the house budget committee and a member of the house ways and means committee including the subcommittee on health and have jurisdiction over health care and taxes. price has been in congress for six terms. in 2015 introduced empowered patients first.
it will repeal and in its place off her age adjusted tax credits for the purchase of individual health insurance policies. it would encourage more people to starting contribute to health savings accounts and offer grants to states to subsidize insurance for high risk population and allow the players and would allow them to band together and professional associations to provide coverage through association health plans. they ripped into pricing of what americans want. it is akin to asking fox to guard the henhouse. back to you in new york. nicole: peter barnes, thank you for that. they will choose their leader for the congress to ohio congressman tim ryan challenging nancy pelosi said democrats need a new leader and a sharper
message that resonates with working-class voters after their stunning defeat in the presidential election. feeling good about the prospects today. >> we are in striking distance which i'm excited about. we've got 11 or 12 public supporters with geographical diversity and were really excited. >> she has the support of two thirds of our caucus. this cap control of the house and senate. >> arrays to escape the flames in the massive wildfires in tennessee right now near the great smoky mountains that claimed the lives of at least three people. 14,000 people have been evacuated from the resort town alone. at least 250 billion damaged or destroyed. 12 people taken to hospitals mostly with non-life-threatening
injuries. authorities have issued a state of emergency in the national guard has been deployed to help with evacuations. the chaos of the fires have caused some people to lose contact with family members. >> we are stuck in traffic. about 8:15 last night my wife called my cell phone and said the flames were across the street from our house. i told her to call 9-1-1 and i haven't heard from her since. lauren: we feel for them. some minor release last night from call me when i'm finally simmering prefer casters when the drought conditions are very likely to continue. lauren: nicole: sources say the man who went on a rampage was inspired by isis propaganda. 18-year-old abdul razak ali artan was killed by police after he allegedly rammed his car into a group of pedestrians and stabbed a number of individuals
as well. after the attack of the isis claimed a soldier the terror group who listen to strike the u.s. officials say he wrote a series of face the post within al qaeda clerics and new interference in muslim lands. >> we learn more about the plane crash in colombia that killed 71 people almost everyone on board. they were carrying a brazilian soccer team but it might have run out of fuel. pilots reported an electrical failure in bad weather before losing radar contact. but doctors have been recovered. six people did survive. a makeshift memorial outside the stadium, purcell has declared this morning. the fox family is also a morning. six fox sports brazilian workers died in the crash. nicole: despite criticism, the white house is sending eight to
fidel castro's immoral service. >> the president has decided not to send a presidential delegation to attend the memorial service today. i can tell you however deputy national security advisor ben rose as well as the top u.s. diplomat in cuba just tailoring test. nicole: white house spokesman josh earnest says the appearance of ben rose shows a commitment to future oriented relationship with the cuban people. lauren: let's get you caught up on global market action overnight. the nikkei in japan up slightly. the hang seng in hong kong, costanza are you tacking quarter of 1%. the shanghai composite falling 1%. nicole: we're watching the european banks today as the stress test at the royal bank of scotland will fill the stress test. they talked about a few of these banks that passed including hsbc, nationwide.
they looked at that and said the banks are struggling. the cac at the quarter of 1%. lauren: the final day of november. and also month for the stock market. talking about a 5.5% gain for the dow in almost 4% gains for nasdaq and s&p 500. we should end the month on the month on a plus.if you look at features. dow futures of 12, s&p futures upon coming nasdaq data point this morning. of course we're watching oil prices. nicole: opec is made via nasa speed at 4.5% of two bucks. old is pulling back 1 dollar at 1189 victory at. you can play games with your contacts. facebook update its messenger to put a new feature that includes
classics, pac-man and space invaders as well as the newer titles like words with friends. this is the latest effort by the world's biggest social number to get even more people to spend even more time on the site. the games are free. hundreds of workers for $15 minimum wage. jeff flock is there and things a little heated. >> why did she do that? why don't you turn around? have the cursor turn around and talk to me instead of trying to stifle people's ability to talk. .
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tumor positions expected to be announced as early as today. former goldman sachs banker steve mnuchin will be it secretary and wilbur russell b. nominated for secretary. facebook adding more than a dozen games to effective messenger app called instant game and it will include classics like pac-man as well as new ones like words with friends. facebook wants the games to keep users on the site longer. we've got a check of oil futures heating up today at 5%. 40 $7.38 a barrel. speculation rising that opec will reach a deal today to cut output. we will talk to phil flynn about that soon. stock market futures ahead of the opening bell. but there is across the board, s&p nasdaq two. the call, a look at what's happening now. here's a look at some of the headlines in today's edition of "the wall street journal."
the next stop on the populism global march. they voted confidence in prime minister matteo rents his government. the government giving the possible opening of the five-star move and. u.s. home prices recover ground lost during the financial bust. home prices set a record in september bringing to a close the worst. for the housing market is the great depression. when shopping online, can you trust the reviews? the general says retailers care more than ever about the commentary shoppers save other website in stepping up other to encourage customers to share thoughts. at the same time they are doing more to make it more useful and engaging adding photos and other futures vault discouraging anonymous commenters in verifying the actual customer. dozens of people arrested after $15 per hour minimum wage during an interview in chicago
yesterday, jeff flock confronting a protester. >> you said you were to 16 years. >> i've been advised not to talk to you guys. >> why did you do that, sir? you come here. why did she do that? you guys. why don't you turn around and have the curse to turn around and talk to me instead of trying to stifle people's abilities talk. the woman had a good story to tell them you tried to cut it off. nice job. i'm glad he did that. you're just on my television here in the fox network. this guy just tried to stop me from interviewing somebody. i don't like that. i don't like that. you are doing now. this guy did it right here. don't like it at all. >> jeff has marred the demonstration from the windy city. reporter: protests from the 15.
the most significant here in chicago. o'hare airport between terminal three and terminal two. huge crowd turned out here. i would say perhaps a thousand or maybe even more to demonstrate $15 for airport workers. many of the people that claim the plans, clean the airport, people that assists with wheelchairs in the. many work with contracting companies, nonunion jobs. a lot of those jobs for union jobs, but then they are emmanuel brought in a nonunion contract in a nonunion company. the workers here say benefits were cut, wages were cut so they are demonstrating for what they call fair wages once again. a very large crowd out here. a very versus first crowd. some people were concerned they were going to shut the airport down. the folks saying they were never intended to shut the airport down. they just wanted to make their voice heard.
if you came through come you certainly heard their voice. that's the latest from o'hare. nicole: fast food workers, child care providers, cooper drivers participated in a nationwide protest. the protesters making it hard to get to work. the brooklyn nets beat the los angeles clippers but it took them two overtimes. and every doc rivers in what has been called the weirdest and in so far this year. who will show you the highlights. if you want to attend the presidential nod duration and have a candlelight dinner with donald trump and mike pence, you can do it, but it will cost you a pretty penny. stock index futures look in higher at the moment. dow futures at 18. of course watching oil prices. the major opec meeting on whether to cut production and by how much. in austria today oil up almost 5%.
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lauren: a $1 million in it. the migration to anything done or said get a million dollars or more will have a candlelight dinner with mr. trump, his wife of the vice president might have been his wife during the maturation weekend. each donor will get a ticket. other million dollars donor benefits including an exclusive lunch with cabinet appointees in house and senate leadership. nicole: pretty cool. a look at the latest from the world of sports.
in the nba, paul pearce is back in brooklyn via the net. chris hall steals the ball. he ditches his feet and goes out for what should be a slamdunk. but he misses it. paul rushes to get an a little cpr right there. nine seconds left in the game. the mets up by three. paul left alone in the corner since the game into overtime. 18 seconds left in overtime. i laid down by two. clippers coach doc rivers arguing the call. that to the game. jamal type it again to get a double overtime. 13 seconds left. chantal patrick drives in the layout. let's go on to win a wild one. send in the clippers to their third consecutive loss. new orleans with the lakers. there is no stopping anthony
davis. goes off the glass and then he buries the three-pointer. finally she has a tough baseline runner. 41 points as the pelicans win big 105 reporter: ada. lebron james in the caps-off to the best 16 game starter in franchise history. the locking to play the box up by three. he spends at home. the cavs up 53rd quarter. he steals the show. the two handed throwdown and then he runs a break for a metric used break for it mr. hughes said. fourth-quarter gross up in the box when it won 18-101. >> al chaump has treasury and commerce secretary. we will tell you who as well as president-elect broke bread with former rival mitt romney. >> we had another discussion about affairs around the world
nicole: oil prices soaring as ministers meet in vienna to strike a deal with production cuts. opec secretary-general and oil ministers from nigeria, algeria and saudi arabia say there will be a deal today in or sent in. good morning i'm nicole petallides. lauren: deal or no deal on a train for. up 5% on the news. they jumped even more. 5.8%. $47.88 a barrel.
nicole: stockmarkets watching the outcome. look at this, watching doc features. dow futures at 22, s&p futures at three. lauren: ahead of the opec meeting in japan, the nikkei ended slightly higher in a chain of the shanghai composite deal the red arrow down 1%. nicole: break in this morning the art of the deal. donald trump reaches an agreement with air conditioning company carrier to keep 1000 jobs in indiana. lauren: to the term transition. former goldman sachs banker steven mnuchin could be the next treasury secretary while wilbur ross to oversee the commerce department. they will both be on "mornings with maria" this morning. nicole: ramped up mobile gaming on its platform. we'll tell you why. lauren: it took two overtimes. and i rate doc rivers has been called the weirdest ending so far this year.
we will show you the highlights. nicole: 5:31 a.m. in new york wednesday, november 30th. we welcome you to "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets of the latest breaking news. nicole: oil prices trading slightly higher. they will reach a deal today to cut oil production. opec ministers are gathering this hour in vienna, austria to discuss a deal amid a global glut of oil. the saudi ministers say and i will be in opec deal today god willing will fallout from opec's failure to cut production back in 2014 sent the price of crude oil tumbling. prices briefly fell below $30 a barrel earlier this year if you can remember that. there's a $40 to $50 range. nicole: opec agreeing a deal cut? phil flynn is here with us. fox business contributor phil flynn we just thought why not
fight .8%. we think we're just going to get a real card or some sort of agreement which is where temporary. >> i think it's some type of an agreement. any agreement is better than no agreement or opec. this is really dead last stand. if they don't not at the meeting with an agreement with the mass will be organization. president trump coming in, the rules of the game are changing. the market balance is changing. at the end of the day if they don't do a deal, thereby as well pack up and go home and never come back again. lauren: disadvantaged total lost their credibility? >> whatever credibility they had. absolutely. it's not unlike other international deals. it's going down to the wire. but we are hearing concessions by the way people. iraq a couple days ago said they
would refuse to cut output or freeze output so they've changed their position. saudi arabia seems to be lightening up by rancid they are changing their position. it's really coming down to iran -- iran will ramble through the cartel about coming to get a deal today. >> obvious if opec can't reach a deal it be another six months until they can get some sort of deal. your say that really needs to happen now. how much does the u.s. play a role with all the output with given? >> i think a big deal. they realize the president triumph they are going to have new competition. they have the possibility if they cut production in the future, president trump will react with sanctions. the team is going to change under president trump. this may be their last opportunity to have an impact on the marketplace.
whether they cut production are not cut production, but at production, but at the production, we note the market will get a balance next year. is that going to get a ballot that 50 or 60 bucks? traits are okay, thank you. thanks, phil. nicole: the incoming trump administration has reached a deal with carrier and will keep some of the jobs in indiana. here in the united states the air conditioning company saying it is please to reach a deal with president-elect trump and vice president-elect penn's to keep close to 1000 jobs in india. our details coming soon. the carrier has spread to close its indianapolis plan moved 2100 jobs to mexico as part of a broader cost-cutting effort. trump and mike pence will visit indiana tomorrow to announce this great agreement. carrier is a unit of united technologies and during his campaign for president, trump said he worked to prevent the outsourcing of u.s. jobs or
punish u.s. arms that move those jobs abroad. lauren: donald trump continues to thought his cabinet. he works to get steve mnuchin secretary treasury. fox business charlie gasparino was first to report that mnuchin service campaign finance cheapest fare under for this job. an official announcement could come as early as today. last night trump that once again with their primate to former republican presidential candidate sharply critical during the campaign had dinner with him in new york as the president-elect continues to weigh his choice for the position of secretary of state. speaking to reporters after the meal, and he hopes trunk and that the country to a better future and he added that he's been impressed by the transition effort thus far. >> it is not easy.
i know that myself. he did something i try to do and was unsuccessful. he won the general election and he continues with a message to bring people together and something that obviously connect it to the american people. lauren: charlie gasparino saint donald trump was named wilbur ross to run the commerce department. while none for cutting jobs and costs in reviving the steel industry. trump has announced that elaine chao will be his transportation secretary. she's former labor secretary from 2001-2002 we will learn more about steve mnuchin when they both learn about "mornings with maria." 7:30 this morning. don't miss it. nicole: massive wildfires are in
in tennessee at the great smoky mountains has claimed at least three lives. emergency officials say 14,000 people have been evacuated and at least 250 buildings have been damaged or destroyed. 12 people were taken to hospitals in the league with non-life-threatening injuries. authorities issued a state of emergency in the national guard have been deployed to help with the evacuation. the chaos of the fires have caused some people to lose contact with their family members. >> we got stuck in traffic about 8:15 last night my wife called my cell phone and said the flames were across the street from our house. i told her to call 9-1-1 and i haven't heard from her since. i haven't seen her since. nicole: some minor relief last night from common winds and rain. track conditions are likely to continue. rainfall amounts have been 10 to 15 inches below normal during the past three in many parts of the south.
lauren: sources tell fox news investigators have found evidence that the men who went on the rampage at ohio state university on monday was inspired by isis propaganda. abdul razak ali artan was killed by police after he allegedly rammed his car into a group of pedestrians and stabbed a number of individuals it after the attack, isis claimed he was a soldier of the terrorist group would listen to calls to strike the u.s. officials say he wrote a series of facebook post praising an american-born cleric as a hero and railing against u.s. interference in muslim lands. nicole: we are learning more about the plane crash in colombia that killed 71 people. investigators say the plane that was carrying a brazilian soccer team may have run out of fuel before it went down. the pilot reported an electrical failure and bad weather before losing radar contact.t toxins h. a makeshift memorial garden outside the team's home stadium
brazil has declared three days of mourning in the fox family also in mourning. six fox sports brazilian workers died in that crash. lauren: despite criticism, the u.s. is sending a senior white house aide to cuba and it did or fidel castro's home or a service. >> the president has decided not to send a presidential delegation to attend the memorial service today. i can tell you however that deputy national security adviser ben rose will attend the service as will the top u.s. diplomat in cuba, just in the run tests. lauren: white house spokesman josh earnest says ben rose shows a commitment to an ongoing feature relationship with cuba and the cuban people. true to the global market action racing up or not. oil surging again yesterday. mix back in a show which is closed now. shanghai composite index down
1%. the hong kong hang seng up a quarter of 1% in korea's coffee at a quarter of of 1% will react to all this tomorrow. you can see a paris across-the-board. the ftse in london up 40 points. cac in paris at 13. the gx and germany gaining 18. watching some of the banks, particularly at rbs and has revised capital plans. bad news for standard chartered said barclays. nicole: u.s. stock market futures this morning wrapping up a great month of november. dow futures at 21, s.b. features of three, nasdaq futures at two. adele at the thousand points in half of those points roughly from goldman sachs united health, caterpillar, ibm and jpmorgan account for just over half of the 1000 points. lauren: oil surging 5.9% up almost $3. $47.90 a barrel.
optimism there will be a be a in the production cap front of an opec meets today in austria. oil prices fell about 4%. gold done about 1189 announced. nicole: conversations with friends on facebook are about to become a lot more fun. as you can play games with the social fabric of getting social fabric of getting its act to include a new feature called instant game. it includes classics like pac-man and space invaders as well as newer titles with words with friends. the latest effort by the world's biggest social number to get people to spend even more time on this site. the features available in 30 countries in the games are free. lauren: sounds great, but you have the time, nicole? we will be right back.
nicole: good morning to you. 5:45 a.m. in new york. air conditioning company carrier says it has reached an agreement with president-elect donald trump will keep 1000 jobs in the united states in indianapolis. trump's vice president-elect mike pence both indian is outgoing governor traveled to the state to announce a deal. the trent transition source tells fox news to care executives went to trump tower yesterday to hash out details. trump spent much of his campaign pledging companies like carrier for moving jobs overseas. meanwhile, trump continues to shape his cabinet. tumor positions expected to be
announced as early as yesterday. former goldman sachs banker steve mnuchin will be his nominee for treasury secretary. billionaire wilbur ross will be nominated for commerce secretary. let the games begin. facebook adding a dozen games to its updated messenger app. it's called instant games and will include classics like pac-man and new ones such as worse with friends. facebook wants to games to keep the users log onto properties. oil futures which have been acute higher. speculation is rising that opec will reach a deal. right now it is up 6.5%. 4815 to barrel of three bucks. checking on u.s. stock market futures with the great month of november. dow futures at 23, s&p futures at three. lauren, that is happening now. nicole: today's edition of "the wall street journal." adelaide next up on the global march. sunday's national referendum that would've called it an prime
minister matteo menzies government. the government may fall giving and possibly opening to the populace five-star movement. u.s. home prices recover ground lost in a financial crisis. home prices set a record in september bringing to a close the worst. for the housing market since the great depression. finally when shopping online, can you trust reviews? retailers care more than ever about the commentary shoppers have they been on their website and stepping up efforts to include entrée to encourage more customers to share their thoughts. at the same time retail chains do more to make reviews useful and engaging, post pictures and the like in the stores are trained to verify who is an actual cost were here. dozens of people were arrested across the country for a $15 an hour minimum wage. during an interview
>> you've been advised not to talk to the end. why did she do that? hey, buddy. why don't you turn around and have the courage to turn around and talked to me instead of trying to stifle people's ability to top. the woman had a good story to tell and you tried to cut it off. nice job. i'm glad she did that. but you're just on my television on the fox network. this guy tried to stop me from interviewing somebody. i don't like that. you are doing that. this guy did it right here. don't like it at all. lauren: basset happiness jeff flock was covered in this protest. more on the demonstration for the windy city. reporter: the fight for 15, perhaps the most significant
here in chicago. this is o'hare airport at deer per between terminal three, the american terminal and terminal two. huge turnout here. i would say a thousand or maybe more to demonstrate for $15 for airport workers had many of the people who clean the planes, clean the airport, assist with wheelchairs and the rest. many of them work with contracting companies come in non-e.u. jobs. up until a few years ago they were union jobs, but then mayor emanuel brought in a nonunion contractor in a nonunion company. but workers say benefits were cut, which is her concert they are demonstrating for what they call their wages once again. a very vociferous crowd as some people concerned they would shut the airport down. the folks demonstrating say they are never in tending to shut the airport down. they wanted to make their voice heard and if you came through o'hare airport, you certainly
heard their voice. that is the latest from o'hare. nicole: jeff always getting the story. the book was not beat the los angeles clippers but it took two overtimes and what is being called the weirdest and in so far this year. all the highlights and scores. why are they up in arms over britain's newest icon now? all about that. check it on u.s. stock market futures. dow futures at 22. s&p futures at three. oil jumped to number 6% watching opec and oil 47.9 beta barrel. you were watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪
lauren: at $1 million in there. donald trump saying donors to give a million bucks or more can have a candlelight dinner with trump ,-com,-com ma his wife, vice president-elect mike pence and his wife turning a duration weekend. each would get a ticket. other benefits include an exclusive lunch with select cabinet appointees and house and senate leadership. nicole: pretty exciting. the guys in sports can afford it. the largest ipad not have an unusual ingredient angry vegan of vegetarians. the bank of england confirmed via twitter on monday that the neoplastic favors that went into circulation contained croesus atoll of that come from animal. vegans are circulating a petition demanding they stop using animal products in the
currency. it allows the new note to be cleaner and stronger. lauren: let's take a look at the latest in sports. in the nba, paul pearce is back in britain. he gestures and goes up for what should be a slam dunk. but he misses it. it crashes to the fall and give him a little fake cpr. there we go. clippers break nine seconds left in the game. left alone in the corner. since the game into overtime. 18 seconds left in overtime. i laid down by two. doc rivers has called for a technical or none of the game for arguing the call and he goes nuts. back to the game the clippers tired again go into double overtime. 13 seconds left. transcend for the layout.
that's going to win 127-122, sending clippers to the earth straight loss. pelicans hosting the lakers. there is no stopping anthony davis. off the block for the basket. then he buries a three pointer and finally it's a tough baseline runner. lebron james are up to the best 15 games start in franchise history. in milwaukee, cleveland up by three, kevin finds the run and he slams it home. third-quarter, feel the show. he tries to lance for the two handed throwdown. as to the break for another huge chin. there you go. fourth quarter he goes to her that ollie up jim 118-101. treated to great video. coming up, we will hand it to morgan said maria.
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lauren: maria bartiromo you're talking to potential members of trump cabinet. great show. maria: big show, ladies. hi, everybody, thank you so much for joining us. i'm maria bartiromo, happy wednesday. it is wednesday november 340th, here at top stories 6:00 a.m. on the east coast. president-elect trump's attention -- administration takes place. romney was very upy after that dinner, watch. >> what i have seen with president-elect trump as well as what we have seen in the speech at the night of the victory as well as the people he selected as part of this transition, all of those things combine give me increasing hope that president-elect trump is the very man to lead us to that better future. maria: more cabinet announcements will come today. next slot president-elect trump will fill, treasury and commerce.