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lauren: breaking news this morning, president-elect trump says thank you and surprises to name secretary of defense. we will tell you more about it. tboorng, i'm lauren simonetti. nicole: good morning, markets on edge. final push for the fed to hike interest rates. investors watching vote in italy that could lead to collapse of italian government. lauren: let's check at u.s. stock market futures. dow futures down 31 points.
lauren: oil rose yesterday following the opec and russia cuts. to do it's down. nicole: bonds have been a major story as yield intensifies. the highest in a year and a half right now. right now 2.43%. lauren: shares of starbucks is falling after cree is stepping aside but he is not leaving the company. we will tell you about his big plans for the future of sports. nicole: dallas cowboys hold off the minnesota vikings and tiger woods starts off hot and struggles in first towrpment in 15 months. lauren: 4501 in new york. friday december 2nd. good morning.
welcome to fbn:am, first look at morning markets, breaking news and what to expect for the day ahead let's get more knew from blake berman. blake: trump's thank you tour first of its kind that kicked off in ohio and had a little bit of everything. mr. trump who was nominated cabinet member at a rapid pace coont hold back yet another major pick. transition aides had vowed that no major election would come this week but announced secretary of defense selec required command leader and he did so with flair. >> we are going to appoint mad dog mattis. [cheers and applause] >> as our secretary of defense.
>> but we are not announcing it till monday so don't tell anybody. blake: he rattled over his wind. >> there's no way that donald trump can break the blue wall, right? we didn't break it, we chattered that sucker. chattered. [cheers and applause] >> we chattered it. that poor was is busted up. blake: more of the stops are expected in the upcoming weeks. back to you in new york. lauren: trump also spoke with fox news sean hannity and discussed meeting with mitt romney as he considered his choice for secretary of state. >> it was good. we got along very well.
he was very nice, very nice in terms of his remarks afterwards. it was very good, we have terrific people to come. trump telling sean hannity that he will announce nominee for supreme court pretty soon. reuters is considering her for either interior positions in cabinet. nicole: that's making democrats nervous. later today indianapolis donald trump toured a plant which the company plan today move to méxico. swref jeff behind me donald trump meeting workers.
a speech where he thanked the ceo of united technologies which is, of course, the parent company of -- of carrier. he called in personally he says and made a pitch. he said he didn't offer anything except his promise to make business friendly environment in the u.s., the ceo of united technologies would certainly appreciate and donald trump repeated his threat against other companies that might be thinking about leaving. >> i just want to let the other companies know that we are going to do great things for businesses. there's no reason for them to leave anymore because your taxes are going to be another the very low end and your unnecessary regulations are going to be gone. we need regulations for safety and environment and things, but most of the regulations are nonsen. a major industry. the writing of regulations. and that these companies aren't going to be leaving anywhere. jeff: lauren, nicole, another
great part of the story, he said apparently that on the campaign trail that he would make sure carrier wasn't going to leave. while i thought about that i didn't necessarily mean that literally, companies wouldn't leave and he said he was watching the news and he saw a man from the carrier plant who said, donald trump promised that we weren't going to lose our jobs, when i heard that, i said to myself, i've got to do something. and, in fact, the mother of that whooshinger who had been interviewed by on television that trump saw was here. campaign promise made, campaign promise delivered at least here at the carrier plant in indianapolis. lauren, nicole.
>> gatlinburg is the people, it's not the buildings, not the stuff in the buildings, it's not anything else but the people. we are the strongest community i've ever seen. all of us that are working here extend our prayers and our thoughts to the families of those victims. it is certainly a distressing time for all of us. lauren: residents will get their first chance today and see whether properties withstood the flames. nicole: it's job's friday. the labor department will release november report this morning. economists expect 1,475,000 jobs that were added last month. unemployment rate expected to hold steady, 4.49. it is the final job's report before federal reserve holds policy meeting.
we will have full coverage and analysis of the november job's report on mornings with maria starting at 8:00 a.m. eastern time. lauren: howard stepping down as ceo of starbucks. he will focus on starbucks effort to build high-end coffee cops, the reserve line. join starbucks more than 30 years ago turned to the coffee chain into international giant. now he's handing over the role to kevin johnson. shares of starbucks fell more than 3 and a half percent in after hours. nicole: let's get you caught ul on -- global market action.
korea's kospi down a half of 1%. lauren: selling off the most out of this bunch. the president hollande will not seek a second term. also down 1% is the dax in germany. in austria we have a presidential rerun on sunday and, of course, on sunday the italian referendum which we are going to talk about a little bit with market analysts on whether to confirm and vote yes to referendums to make it easier to govern and the like, and if they vote no, we have to watch the banks and what happens to the financial sectors and political uncertainty there. nicole: no doubt. some italians banks tooth downside slightly. dow futures down 34, s&p futures down 6. this was after another record close for the dow yesterday. in fact, it was 18th of the year
and so we will see whether or not we can have another big win today. four weeks in a row with gains to the dow. lauren: oil pulling back, gold up $6 up to the first time in four days. nicole: johnson & johnson ordered to pay more than billion dollars to six plaintiff who is say they were injured by hip implant. a federal judge in dallas found they were defectively defined. tissue death, bone erosion and other injuries. johnsonjohnson & johnson would immediately appeal. lauren: effort to root out misinformation. one of the labels leads this website is not a reliable news source, the test is being conducted among a small number of facebook's 1.8 billion users,
it comes after claims that fake news on facebook influenced public opinion in the u.s. presidential election. mark zuckerberg pointed to work fact-checking groups. nicole: china is escalating efforts to cool down its financial system. china central bank is draping cash from the financial system and raising borrowing rates in the past week as it seeks to cut excessive borrowing. under fire from regulators in the u.s. and europe, airbnb is enforcing in rentals, first time it has agreed to enforce legal limits on the number each year that a host can rent out their home and finally there's this, david big papi ortiz is taking a
swing at the private equity game. former boston red sox slugger is joining dugout ventures which is focused in manufacturing baseball equipment. lauren: thank you to voters in ohio and lays out his ambitious agenda. >> we will construct a great wall at the border dismantle the criminal cartel and liberate our communities from the epidemic of gang violence and drugs pouring into our nation. lauren: italians go to the polls on sunday in a vote thatau believes in collapse of the italian government but, you've got hum. so you can set this. and if she drives like this, you can tell her to drive more like this. because you'll get this. you can even set boundaries for so if she should be here, but instead goes here, here, or here.
it's going to be ok. every 8 minutes, the american red cross provides a place to stay, financial assistance and hope. help now. nicole: good morning, 5:15 a.m. in new york. president-elect donald trump says, thank you, to the voters of ohio. thousands of supporters attend his first public speech in cincinnati since the election. he repeated many parts of his agenda including repealing obamacare, cutting taxes and securing the u.s.-méxico border. he also made a surprise announcement naming retired marines core general as secretary of defense nominee. the chief executive of starbucks is stepping down, howard says he's turning over the reins to kevin johnson, the current president and long time member.
25,000 stores in 75 countries. he'll be working on another project for starbucks. in a few hours, latest reading on the job's market. economists are predicting 175,000 jobs were created in november, the unemployment rate is expect today remain study at 4.9%. let's check in on u.s. stock market futures. yesterday we saw oil and energy stocks moving to the upside. record for the dow. four weeks up for the dow, now town arrows. that's what's happening now, lauren. lauren: italians go to the poll this is weekend to vote on constitutional reforms, if they vote the reforms down italy's prime minister mateo says he will resign. is this the next british exit or brexit moment? james hughes, hi, james, thanks
for joining us. >> thanks for having me. lauren: latest polls that italians will vote no, if that happens, hue does the market react? >> well, i think there is some sífic -- risk. >> we could see effect. more on the euro is where the fear is. the government doesn't want to change them and they don't specifically want them changed. they use it and then that opens up a whole lot more questions of what could go on.
the far-right movement in the hole of europe and the movement like brexit to come away from the euro and come from the european union and that is the big worrying point. nicole: that's what i wanted to ask you specifically. when we talk about the, yes, vote, some of the business community, they even acknowledged that they haven't been on point think that the vote is actually going to be age. contagion around the euro zone? >> yeah, it's a huge issue. what you have in italy do vote no, it's a vote against the government, for an election and whether the far right yet again will get in. one of the far-right candidates in italy who has been looking for this to happen, straightaway first thing to do is would be referendum on the euro. you already have the same discussion around what's going on in the netherlands because
there's a real big push to come out of the eu from their five and changing their constitution as well. that's what needs to be done there. so many unanswered questions but we have to lock at brexit because there is a big, big warning because the way brexit is being done in the uk is not necessarily a good advert for leaving the eu at the moment. lauren: xaps to the banks, james. eight banks could fail if there is a no vote? >> if this vote is no, there's uncertainty and what the feeling is that people will be going to the italian will be going to banks and withdrawing the cash and old-fashion run on the banks which is what caused a lot of issues, of course, in the euro zone crisis previously and when you have that sort of move, then there's going to be worries.
i tattial ains banks are well placed anyway, we know that they have struggled over the last few years and needed help as well. the ecb could be looking at big bill if this no comes in. lauren: italian banks putting mixed performances. james hews, chief market analyst. nicole: thanks, james. coming up for the first time in 16 months tiger woods is back on the golf course, started out hot and then struggled near the end, but remain upbeat. >> it was nice. it felt good to have that -- that adrenaline again. nicole: we will have all the high lights there. in thursday night football, the dallas cowboys hold minnesota vikings for 11th straight win ending, we will tell you more about that. let's check on u.s. stock market futures ahead of key job's report this morning. dow futures down 37, s&p down 7.
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the drain. tiger finishes today 73 one over par but just happy to be out there again. >> it was nice. it felt good to have that adrenaline again. it's been a long time and to get up there in the first hole and feel it again and then dumb it down, be able to control it and get into my -- my feel where i play my best at, that was nice. i got it pretty quick. nicole: round two takes place to do. to football, dallas cowboys going to 11th straight win visiting minnesota vikings. dak prescott aired out deep to bryant for 66-yard game. next ezikiel elliot, coy boys
take the lead 7-3. vikings are down 17-9. short touchdown pass, cut it to 17-15, 25 second left. vikings need two to tie. way high. take another look. bradford takes a shot and face mask is twisted, no call. police are investigating a world rage incident that left former nfl running back joe mcknight dead. police say he was killed following an argument in an intersection in his hometown, the suspect is in custody. mcknight plays college ball for the university of south california. played four seasons in the nfl before moving to the canadian football league this year. prayers to his family.
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nicole: breaking news this morning president-elect donald trump says thank you to the voters of ohio and surprises the crowd by naming his pick for defense secretary. we will tell y'all about it. good morning, i'm nicole petallides. lauren: good morning, happy friday, i'm lauren simonetti. markets ahead of november job's report. it could be the final push for the fed to hike interest rates. investors also watching the weekend vote in italy. lead to the complaps of the italian government. nicole: check out u.s. stock market futures ahead of the job's report today and, of course, a record close for the dow yesterday. dow futures down 36, s&p futures down 7.
and oil continues to rise up over 3% yesterday following the opec production cuts. we had two days of gains with big moves, today down 42 cents, 50.64 the barrel. lauren: beyond yields have been a major story. pushing yields on the ten-year treasury above 2.4%. the highest in a year and a half. nicole: and shares of starbucks falling after ceo howard schultzs is stepping down. lauren: dallas cowboys hold off the minnesota vikings and tiger woods, he starts off hot and then struggles in his first tournament in 16 months, we will show you highlights. nicole: good morning, 5:31 friday december 2nd, we welcome you to fbn:am.
first public appearance since being elected president. we get more now from blake berman. blake: president-elect trump's thank you tour, first of its kind in mot earn politics and kicked off in ohio and had a little bit of everything. mr. trump who was nominated cabinet member couldn't hold back yet another major pick. transition aides had viewed that noo ' re major selections could come this week but the president elect announced secretary of defense selection. retired central command leader ma his and he did so with flair. we are going to appoint mad dog mattis. as our secretary of defense.
[cheers and applause] >> but we are not announcing it till monday, so don't tell anybody. brick blake in cincinnati mr. trump view to go bring the country together while continue to go -- continuing to lambass the media. >> there's no way that donald trump can break the blue wall, right? we didn't break it, we chattered that sucker, we chattered it. man. [cheers and applause] that poor wall is busted up. blake: more of the stops are expected in the upcoming weeks. back to you in new york. nicole: that was a lot of fun. trump spoke with fox's sean hannity last night. >> it was good.
we got along very well. he was very, very nice. very nice in terms of his remarks afterwards. we have terrific people and terrific people to come. nicole: he will announce the nominee for the supreme court, quote, pretty soon. this is upsetting to the democratic party. lauren: he helped prevent one thousand jobs from moving to méxico and trump had warning to other companies trying to leave the u.s. >> i want to let all of the companies know that we are going to do great things for business. there's no reason for them to leave anymore because your taxes are going to be at the very, very low-end and your
unnecessary regulations are going to be gone. we need regulations for safety and environment and things, most have become industry, writing of regulations and that these companies aren't going to be leaving anywhere. lauren: trump wants to lower u.s. business, corporate tax rate from 35% to 15%. nicole: president-elect trump's outlines vision of tax plan earlier this week but also raising some eyebrows as we hear from our own peter banks. peter: comments from steve m mmnuchin because they promised cuts for everyone. >> not cut the tax rate but will be offset with a significant reduction of deductions. so for upper class, it weent be
a tax cut but a simplification, it will lower the margaretnal rate which will spur investment. peter: top tax writer in the house republican kevin brady, chairman of the ways and means committee echoed mnuchin's comments yet. the only way is to eliminate the hundreds of special tax provisions for some and so that's what we are proposing to you, significant trade-offs to move this. peter: brady said republicans are waiting for more guidance on how to proceed on tax cuts and tax reform. the two sides are talking now, the tax outlined mr. trump released in august when campaigning suggested every taxpayer including top earners would get a lower tax bill. it also said his plan to income thresholds would be very similar to the house republican tax cut plan which has the same rates as mr. trump. here are the income thresholds. a couple making 175, anything
above 33%. top rate is 39.6% starting at 400,000. >> peter barnes, thank you. >> risen to 11, the wild fires also damage hundreds of homes and businesses. >> galintburg is the people. it's not the buildings, it's not the stuff in the buildings, it's not anything else but it's the people and we are the strongest community i've ever seen. >> it is certainly a dye stressing time for all of us. lauren: dye stressing is an
understatement, in gatlinburg get their first chance to see if properties withstood flames. nicole: labor department will release labor report this morning. economists expect 175 jobs were added last month. unemployment rate expected to hold steady at 4.9%. fed is widely expected to raise benchmark interest rate for the first time in a year and we will have full coverage and analysis of the november job's report on mornings with maria starting at 8:00 a.m. eastern time. jobs in america. lauren: howard is stepping down at ceo of starbucks. schultz will focus on high-end reserve coffee shops. he transformed the coffee chain into an international giant. more than 25,000 locations, he's handing over the ceo role of
kevin johnson. if you take a look at shares at starbucks, at one point they were down 10%, now down 3 and a half following the announcement because he is key to that company. he really made it. nicole: get ewe caught up on the global market action that we have been seeing overnight. the nikkei in japan down a half of 1%. shanghai composite index down 1%. hong kong down 1.4% and korea's kospi down half of 1%. lauren: we are following political news that could affect stock market there. ftse in england down, cac quarante in paris down one and a third percent and the dax in germany is down about 1% this morning italians go to polls on sunday to vote on referendums and no vote can dismantle or cast into jeopardy political system but banking system as well.
nicole: dow is looking at four weeks in a row and see if we can close today and closed record high. the s&p futures are down 7. nasdaq futures down 26. the dow has been higher and energy stocks have been higher. tech stocks have been to the downside. down 2.7%. we haven't seen that in ten months. lauren: we have, let's take a look at commodities. 11.73 an ounce and oil no longer at $51 a barrel. it's down 59 cents at 50.47. maybe there's concern that the opec and russia production cuts maybe they won't really implement those cuts. nicole: let's take a look now at johnson & johnson, it's been order today pay more than one billion dollars to six plaintiffs who say they were injured by hip implants. a federal judge in dallas found the company's metal on metal hip implants were defectively designed.
the six plaintiffs experienced tissue death, bone erosion and other injuries, johnson & johnson said it would immediately appeal the verdict. the company faces more than 8,000 lawsuits over the hip implant. lauren: apple versus google. apple reportedly using drone to improve google maps. by switch to go drones apple could sif data from the streets much fast. apple tries to use the roads to examine street signs an other traffic data. nicole: thank you to the voters in ohio and lays out ambitious agenda. >> we will construct a great wall at the border. [cheers and applause] dismant it will criminal cartel and liberate our communities from the epidemic of gang
violence and drugs pooring into our nation. nicole: we will have more highlights for you. italians going to the polls on sunday in a vote that could lead to the collapse of the italian government and more market turmoil, is this another british exit moment for italy, for europe, we will take a closer look at that. let's check u.s. stock market futures on job friday. dow futures down 31. s&p futures down 6. you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news which allergy? eees. bees? eese. trees? eese. xerox helps hospitals use electronic health records so doctors provide more personalized care. cheese? cheese! xerox healthcare services... ...soon to be conduent. that's it. how was your commute? good.
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lauren: tgif to you, good morning. 5:45 in the east. president-elect trump says thank you to the voters of ohio. thousands of supporters in cincinnati attend his first public speech since election day. he repeated many parts of his agenda including repealing obamacare, cutting taxes and securing the border with méxico. he also made a surprise announcement naming retired marine core general james mattis as secretary of defense nominee. the chief executive of starbucks is staying aside, howard is turning over reigns to kevin johnson, company's current president and long-time board
member. over 25,000 stores in 75 countries. he's going to focus on the reserve line of coffees, the most expensive ones. in a few hours from now we will get the latest reading, here is what economists are predicting, unemployment rate remains at 4.9%. ahead of that let's show you how u.s. stock market futures responding. futures are down on the final day of the week. dow futures down 33. the average is up 39 minutes week. it's going to be close to eke out a gain, fourth week in a row. nasdaq futures down 25. nicole, that's a look at what's happening now. nicole: italians go to the polls to vote on constitutional refoorm, if they vote the reform down, mateo will resign, next british exit, perhaps? is that the moment we are seeing in europe and how will the global markets react to this?
joining us james hews. we have the reform this weekend. italian banks have been front and center. what's your thoughts on this big picture. the continued view to move away from the european union and the euro because, i mean, we have too look towards what the vote actually means away from the actual constitution because a lot of the electoral is vote against mat intee, if you look at some of the other candidates, if that then sparks elections in italy, you have mr. grio who is first point of call has been to -- if he gets into power is to
have referendum on membership of the euro. this growing contagion is around referendum, brexit. it's a growing movement. lauren: so europe could not essentially use the euro anymore, correct? >> absolutely. if they vote to leave it. no one else has left it. we don't know if it could -- how long it could take oar if it will happen or what the red tape is around it. mr. grio is the favorite to win if they went to the polls now to the election and first point of call would be referendum to the euros. there are so many ramifications on a potential no vote this week. nicole: part of the five-star
movement. what does it mean to the united states when we talk about votes in italy, we have seen votes in austria, presidential elections in germany next year, how does it relate to investors next morning and the week ahead? >> well, i think it's very much, you'll be looking towards the week ahead of me, there's worries in terms of equity markets. if you look at the downside that you could have on the back of a no vote. nicole: that's actually a great pint. on monday morning, a no vote means what for u.s. markets and a yes vote means what for u.s. markets? >> for me a no vote makes markets are ub -- unwinding a little bit. the negativity from this point of view that would hit the banking and financial institutions would unwind markets that we have seen. of course, they rallied so strongly. they do have some kind of correction in them, of course,
but i think it's that woor that the euro could be here. we have to lock at financial institutions. the shares have done well since donald trump have come in but this is worrying for him. nicole: james hughes, thank you so much for join joining us this morning. yes or no. thanks. lauren: coming up for the first time in 16 months tiger woods is back on the golf course and he started out hot shen struggled but still upbeat. >> it was nice. it felt good to have that -- that adrenaline in the system again. lauren: we will have highlights. the dallas cowboys hold off the minnesota vikings for the 11th
tiger on six, rolls it in on birdie. later rust begins too show. tiger finishes 73, one of a par but he was just happy to be there again. >> it was nice, it felt good to have that adrenaline in the system begin. it's been a long time and to get up in that first hole and feel it again and dumb it down to be able to control it and get into my feel where i play my best at, that was nice. i got pretty quick. lauren: seemed emotional. round two takes place today. dallas cowboys going to 11th straight win. visit minnesota vikings, dak prescott keep to december -- dez bryant.
next elliot, cowboys take 7-3 lead. late fourth quarter vikings down 17-9. bradford fines mckennon, now 25 seconds left, vikings need to go for two to tie. bradford's pass not even close as it fails out of the back of the end zone. let's take another look. he pleads for the call but the ref misses it. cowboys win 17-15. then this, police investigating a potential road-rage incident that left former nfl dead. police says he was killed following an argument in intersection of his hometown of terry town, a suspect in custody. mcknight played college football, new york jets drafted him in fourth round, he played parts of four seasons in the nfl before moving to the canadian football league this year.
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network right here in nam. lauren: we sure do. we are going to hand it over the maria bartiromo. happy friday to you. maria: hi, everybody, thanks for being with us. i'm maria bartiromo, it's friday december 2nd, top stories right now 6:00 a.m. on the east coast. renewing the promise to make america great again, president-elect donald trump and vice president mike -- elect mike pence thanking voters last night and fee cussing on putting america number one. >> thanks to you we will have a president that will make the american economy great again. trade deals that put american workers first and we will get the economy moving for every american. >> i'm asking all companies to keep their jobs in america and we will work to make america a better environment for workers
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