train to break it is this morning. donald trump fills out his cabinet and holds more surprising meetings yesterday that former vice president al gore. today he will announce his pick for defense secretary. good morning. i am nicole petallides. >> good morning i meant forward lauren simonetti. 14% since the election. ahead of your opening bell on this tuesday up slightly. nasdaq up by six. nicole: stocks in asia powered higher in the back of the gains on w
the nikkei up half of 1%. in china the shanghai composite index down slightly. cheryl: crude oil up yesterday at the fourth straight session. or that 51.59. cheryl: amazon has distracted every industry. now it's jumping into the grocery business. >> attenuate deal with major league baseball to provide all the links clothing. cheryl: will talk some sports. the indianapolis colts with the new york jets and the warriors scored 16 points. 40 points in the first half. something else will have all the highlights for you. nicole: five of 1:00 a.m. a major. we welcome you to "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. cheryl, thanks for being with us. cheryl: we've got a lot raking.
donald trump continued to set his cabinet and holding them surprising meetings at trump tower. the latest from there and put them in. >> president-elect trump started up another work week with another cabinet selection. mr. trump popping dr. ben carson. the famed retired neurosurgeon was once a primary rifle within candidate trump but has since become a close confidant. one of the more surprising meetings today, former vice president al gore made a seat at trump tower monday. gore met with the president elect and iphone could trump to discuss climate issues. gore characterized as lengthy and protect it. >> i found it extremely interesting conversation and to be continued. i will leave it at that. reporter: mr. trampled it with
their backs to listen under consideration for secretary of state. that list as potential candidates has indeed expanded. i send it back to you. cheryl: thank you, blake could trump expected to decimate genes mapped out madison secretary of defense. tonight he flies to north carolina to continue his thank you to her include iowa and michigan. fox business. this feature special coverage page 7:00 p.m. eastern time. nicole: price index recent tweets about policies and angry chinese officials. signaling their displeasure to members of tribes team. taking issue at trump's phone call last week with taiwan's president white house press secretary josh earnest says that progress in the united states relationship with china could be hurt if the issue of taiwan's
sovereignty players. >> whenever you are talking about the president elect of the night stay, interacting with foreign leaders, it's in important. around the world. nicole: to house speaker newt gingrich speaking on sean hannity defended the phone call. >> is a deliverable that signal. he expected a phone call from the freely elected head of a democracy of 23 million people and frankly if it's okay for president obama to hang out with the caster to leadership, it have to be okay for donald trump for donald trump to test to a democracy. nicole: president about ms. former national security adviser jim jones says the phone call at the president of taiwan
should not be seen as a big deal. cheryl: the incoming trump administration supports complete in the dakota oil pipeline a day after the obama administration moved to block the project. jeff flock has got the latest. >> we are in the tropospheric conditions in north dakota. martin county, north dakota. i don't know how much you can see, but this is the camp. i don't think you can see much given the conditions out here. thousands of protesters and 10 in makeshift huts. although they've been battered by high winds and snow. this is what officials were concerned about when they ask these folks to evacuate that perhaps winter conditions as set in and they would not be prepared.
the folks we talked to say they are intending to stay even that the army corps of engineers says that the project should be halted and rerouted. the protesters have no intention of leaving despite the apparent victory because they are concerned the incoming trump administration may overturn the decision. also, some concerns if they they they might not get back in the authorities may keep them out. they are here by the thousands and if they are able to withstand these conditions and the word is that later this week it's going to get even colder if they're able to withstand it, they will stay until the trump administration takes office and see what the ultimate determination on the dakota access by plaintiffs. that's the latest from martin county. as their commissions. back to you guys. cheryl: appreciation to jeff
flock for following that in this conditions. nicole: i thought i trump and has been planted there to washington d.c. cnn reports the couple is already looking for a home for their family. both are in the transition team have been taking on more responsibility with inauguration day 45 days away. ivanka is an executive at the trump administration who also has her own line of clothing, handbags and accessories. watch for jirgas for the white house. cheryl: he's been an integral part next to his father at my side. vice president not ruling out a return to the white house. he tells reporters including jackie's going to run in 2020 p. when he was pressed the vice president said he's not committing not to run and learned a long time ago fake is a funny way of intervening. emotional biden after he
declared a procedural hurdle with key provisions for fighting cancer part of the 21st century bill is named after biden signed the died last year after battling brain cancer. trade to high alert this morning i was the fbi investigates a specific and imminent threat steps away from the tourist hot spot in l.a. and in speaking english caught in a tip from an undisclosed location overseas warning of a potential bomb in universal city station today. just steps away from universal studio. authorities are taking no chances. >> you will see an increase present that transit stations where we also deploy our k-9 explosive detection teams. we will have undercover operations underway as well. nicole: the-sees 150,000 passengers every day. commuter should also expect armed police on the train to come the k-9 unit and random bag searches.
cheryl: very popular with tourists. the death toll from the warehouse fire in oakland has risen to 36. prosecutors say murder charges could result from their investigation into the fire that broke out during undergrad dance party at it will be known scotia. the sheriff doesn't believe more bodies will be found in what is the most lethal building fire in the united states and more than a decade. but he cautions it is impossible to be positive until the entire recovery effort is complete. that will continue on this morning. trying to facebook, microsoft, twittering you to return in places to fight back against terrorist propaganda. the company will create a database of digital fingerprints to help them identify videos and images from terrorists. the plan also seems to be a way for them to get ahead of the proposed federal regulations. cheryl: let's get you caught up on global market action
overnight. in asia another record-breaking day. i'm just a fraction. hang seng hong kong for three quarters of a percent. the let's check out what's going on in europe. matteo lindsay resigning. now it's actually higher. will watch for that. the cse appointed a 5% of the german dax up one 10th of 1% of. tread treasure in the u.s. from the u.s. stock market futures reasonably higher. record-breaking numbers for the markets once again. the dow up eight points in the premarket. s&p up a three quarters and the nasdaq up almost seven. nicole: goldman sachs and the financials have taken us especially since trump was elected. looking at oil and gold to the downside this morning.
but on 28 cents. gold dropping over four bucks at 1172 at troy ounce. true into amazon is looking to disrupt another industry. the online research and unveiling a new plan to automate grocery shopping. the company has created a grocery store without any cashiers. high-tech sensors will allow shoppers to do for america to swipe a knife as they enter the store. items added to your virtual cart it is only up into amazon employees right now but it will open to the public sometime next year. nicole: advanced to the finals registry. the company recently bought the a.i. from geometric intelligence that has created a new division to develop a.i. uber says artificial intelligence will make self driving cars become more
efficient and will help teach computers to think like humans. the technology aims to more accurately estimate writers locations in travel times and it was only yesterday we are only yesterday we are apple sending a letter to washington to try and get the okay for some autonomous driving. cheryl: i feel safe now getting into a driverless car. let's move over to athletic clothing because the athletic clothing maker under armour has lengthy tenure deal with me to the default. replacing majestic athletic as a supplier and 2020. did you look put the logo at the front of a major professional sports uniform fhe first time. we will be right back. you are watching "fbn:am." .soon. which allergy? eees. bees? eese.
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meanwhile, harsh winter conditions prompted leaders of the anti-pipeline movement to tell hundreds of protesters camped in this camped in the stands and tepees that they should return home. imagine going to the grocery store and avoiding those long checkout lines. amazon says it's about to happen. amazon does the company's latest effort to break into the grocery business. customers will fill up the shopping cart and simply walk right out of the store without leaving the register. the items automatically billed to their account. amazon eventually plans to open more than two dozen grocery stores. u.s. stock market futures another record day on wall street for that doubt after four weeks of gains. dow this morning looking up for combat s&p futures up on. cheryl, that's what's happening now. here's a look at the headlines in today's edition of "the wall street journal." more trouble for blood testing
predicting huge growth in revenue and profits in 2015. those projections helped elizabeth holmes raised by the $630 million from investors. the company under criminal and civil investigation to determine if it misled investors. regulators about technology and operations. which you pay 12 bucks for a cup of coffee at starbucks? a starbucks loses core customers and they will bet on luxury coffee sales push into the round of a $12 cup of coffee. swedish retailer ikea going to broaden its provincial parental leave coverage. for months of paid parental leave for u.s. in place regardless how many hours there appeared one of the few retailers to bring benefits to their hourly workers. autozone is one of the stocks we're watching today. the retailer expected to report
higher earnings per share for revenue. i decided to release its numbers before the opening bell. last year from toll brothers. analysts looking for the homebuilder to report improved results boosted by home sales. look for the earnings to come amid a stronger job market and a healthier economy. nicole: presidential recount is underway after a candidate just unrequested in three states. rick leventhal has the latest. >> after just nine says this isn't about who won her who won or lost but about the fairness and accuracy and integrity and she says that's why her campaign raised $7 million to challenge the results in three key states in key states and russia filed a federal lawsuit in philadelphia to force the return of pennsylvania. the michigan recount began at noon on monday that caused the hand counting of $4.8 million. prison is a trump one that.
the wisconsin recount began last thursday with little change reported so far. mr. cheryl: hillary clinton by 22 dozen votes to close at 50,000 in pennsylvania. of the pennsylvania. vote and has zero chance of winning the says there is compelling evidence that electronic voting could've been hacked as major discrepancies between paper ballots and those using machines. >> these three states were identified because they have indicators that make them more red flags due to than nature of the voting machines used due to break contract irregularities with the high number of blank ballots. due to extremely thin margins. >> press and electronic treated this was a scam to raise money at the republican party in pennsylvania says the green party claims are completely without her but that's a benefit hillary clinton and not that her
sign. activists are reversed in those three key states, hillary clinton could have enough electoral votes to win the election. cheryl, nicole, back to you. cheryl: coming up in sports, indianapolis colts crushed the new york jets in monday night for all. and basketball the warriors scored 60 points against the pacers, 40 points in the first half. and then there's this. >> a murder right across the street from where they took the show. i was the closest person to host. cheryl: who is the person jamaican was talking about? we'll have the story. dow, s&p and nasdaq 20 to a higher open. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news.
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of silence for running back joe mcknight who was killed last week in new orleans. cheryl: andrew luck returns after missing one game with a concussion first quarter. andrew luck at the wide-open for a seven-yard touchdown. cold nicole petallides-0. they never look back. cheryl: this is amazing. alan wide-open again for a 21-yard touchdown. colts up 14-0. anyway, the head coach lets his defense has been on the sidelines at the offense is bad. ryan fitzpatrick d. for brandon marshall but it's intercepted for the jets. the result the same. the colt stomping the chance for the win. golden state clay thompson played the indiana pacers. thompson has a career night.
three in transition have a cement. scores 20 points in the first quarter. thompson polls have been hit south korea jumping around. thompson is 60 points. the most suspect. 1973. the atlanta hawks in oklahoma city to did not. the leak and triple double third quarter. westbrook five minutes with them. moments later he traveled and steps back, knocks down to three again and ends up with six straight triple-double. winning it 102-99. nicole: donald trump continues to hold surprising meetings at trump tower including vice president al gore. >> i founded an extremely interesting conversation and to be continued. trade to the latest the trump transition.
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♪i believe, i believe nicole: breaking news this morning. donald trump has said his cabinet and hold more surprising meetings. yesterday he met with al gore. today is expected to officially announce his pick for defense secretary. i'm cheryl casone and for transport. nicole: good morning. i'm nicole petallides. the dow meant that the financial stocks 14% since the election. u.s. stock market futures this morning. next i get the dow dow down one point. s&p futures up half a point. cheryl: stocks in asia powering higher on the back of those wall street games.
the nikkei up half a percent. in china the shanghai composite lower by a fraction. nicole: crude oil for the fourth straight session pulling back a little bit about a quarter. cheryl: the yield on the ten-year treasury back under 2.4% overnight. we are down a fraction when it comes to basis points. nicole: amazon disrupted almost every industry. now it's jumping into the grocery business. cheryl: i'm around march to provide all of the links ). nicole: in sports, indianapolis colts done but many are just in a basketball the warriors clay thompson scored 60 points against the indiana pacers. 40 points in just the first half. cheryl: 5:31 a.m. in new york trade tuesday from december 6th. welcome to "fbn:am," your first look at was living in the markets and the latest breaking news. nicole: donald trump continues
his thank you sewer before he holds two more events later this week in iowa and michigan. trend continues to fill out his cabinet. the latest from blackburn man. reporter: president elect starting off another work week with the cabinet selection. mr. trump with dr. ben carson or urban development secretary. the retired neurosurgeon was watch a primary liable rifle of candidate trumpeted since become a close confidant. one of the more surprising meetings today, former vice president al gore made his way to trump tower monday. gore met with the president elect and ivanka tribe to discuss climate issues. he characterized his meeting is like the internet is. >> i founded an extremely interesting conversation another that.
reporter: mr. trump will meet with mixed others and under consideration for the price secretary of state role. trump aide said the list of potential candidates has indeed expanded. i'll send it back to you. nicole: fox business will of course carry the speech in north carolina five. lou dobbs tonight 7:00 p.m. eastern time. cheryl: stand with mr. trump, the president elect tweets about cheney's policies have been good officials. officials signaled their displeasure to members of trump's team. the white house taking issue with the phone call last week with taiwan's president. white house press secretary josh earnest says progress in the united states relationship with china can be heard if the issue of sovereignty players out. >> whenever you talk about the president elect of the states and are acting with foreign leaders, is incredibly
important. this profound consequences for our country and national interests around the world. nicole: former house speaker newt gingrich speaking on hannity last night defended trump's phone call. >> this is a deliberate, well thought out specific signal. he accepted a phone call from the freely elect the head of a democracy of 23 million people and frankly if it's okay for a president obama to go down and hang out with the castro tater shape, it ought to be okay for donald trump to talk to a democracy. cheryl: president obama's former national security adviser retired marine general jim jones says the phone call should not be seen as quote a big deal. nicole: the income administration supports the dakota oil pipeline that day after the obama administration moved to the project. jeff flock has the latest.
>> folks, we are in wizard conditions in north dakota. martin county, north dakota. behind act of know how much you can see, that this is the cant. i don't think you see much given conditions out here. thousands of protesters intense and makeshift halves. there are teepees. all of it being battered by high winds and snow now. this is what officials were concerned about when they asked these folks to evacuate that perhaps winter conditions but said in a day would not be prepared. the folks we talked to say they intend to stay even at the army corps of engineers has now said the project should be halted and perhaps rerouted. protesters have no intention of leaving despite the apparent victory because they are concerned the incoming trump
administration may overturn that decision. also, they have concerns that they leave they might not be able to get back in, that authorities might keep them out. now they are here by the thousands. if they are able to withstand these difficult conditions and the word is later this week it would get even colder. if they are able to withstand that, they say they will stay until the trump administration takes office and see what the ultimate determination of the dakota axis pipeline is. that is the latest from wharton county. those are conditions. back to you guys. nicole: jeff flock, thanks. cheryl: look at those conditions. it looks like ivanka tribe and her husband shared kushner planned to move to washington from new york city. the couple already looking for a home for their family. ivanka a chariot taking on more responsibility with the inauguration day 45 days away.
ivanka i see no an executive who also has a rail line of clothing, handbags and accessories and kushner was a real estate air at one of his father-in-law's most trusted advisers. during the campaign rumored to be making a transition into the white house. nicole: nasdaq ceo bob griese fell at expected to seek economic growth under a truck he was on "cavuto: coast-to-coast" yesterday. >> with the election of donald trump as president, you're going to see greater economic growth. you're going to see more inflationary pressures and as a result on prices will move and yields go higher. but it's different than the internet stock bubble that we come from such a depressed rate. it is not the national order of things to operate in a near zero interest rate environment. you'll see us get back to normal in the u.s. europe will be years behind us.
nicole: he also said it did take the market by to recognize that mr. traub would be a pro-business president no doubt. cheryl: record after record for the market. vice president joe biden isn't ruling out a return to the white house. biden told reporters he's going to run in 2020. when pressed, the vice president said he's not committing not to run any learned a lot time ago fates has a funny way of intervening. emotional biden after the senate cleared a procedural hurdle and the decisions of key provisions for fighting cancer for the part of the 21st century carousel is named after his son who died last year after battling brain cancer. nicole: commanders on high alert as the fbi investigates specific and imminent threat steps away from a tourist hotspot in l.a. a man speaking english cause the
tip in from an undisclosed location overseas warning of a potential bombing at universal city station today. that is steps away from universal studios. authorities are taking no chances. >> usc is the mayor mentioned in an current of transit stations are we deploy our canine explosive detection teams. the undercover operations underway as well. nicole: nearly 150,000 passengers every day. commander should expect armed police on the train from the canine units and of course random bag searches. cheryl: stayed in california, the death toll for the warehouse fire has risen to 36. prosecutors say murder charges could result from their investigation into the fire that group have driven underground dance party in a building known as the gauche. the alameda county sheriffs believe more bodies will be found in the sleep of building fire in the united states and
more than a decade. he cautioned it was impossible to be absolutely positive until the entire recovery effort is completed that could take days today. nicole: the biggest names in technology, facebook, microsoft and her join forces to fight back against propaganda through the company announced they will create a database of digital fingerprints to help them identify videos and images from terrorists. the plan also seems to be a way for them to get ahead the new proposed federal regulations. cheryl: makes sense they are. global market action overnight. in asia the european market is having mixed bag. europe right now down 1.6% to the japan at half a percent. hang seng and three quarters of a percent and cost the 1.35%. that is again. nicole: the italian banks still remain under some pressure. without the markets overall buck
the trend of the time referendum vote. here's a look right now the u.s. stock index futures. dow futures down pretty and s&p futures coming to the downside that event and this is after another record for the dow yesterday. the 19th record close. cheryl: oil and gold as you can see on your screen. oil don't her defense. 51.41. pull down as well more than $3, a major fall yesterday for the gold contract. nicole: the fear index. right-hand lane surveys several several embedded on artificial intelligence. the company but the a.i. firm geometric intelligence that will develop a.i. artificial intelligence will make self driving cars become more efficient and will help teach computers to think like humans. the technology aims to more accurately estimate rendered locations in the travel time.
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cheryl: 5:45 a.m. in your paper escape hybrid that's happening now. donald trump's teeny matcher was yesterday. the ivanka has sued north carolina tonight and was sent to iowa and michigan. trump expected to officially nominate retired marine general james mattis as his secretary of defense. a day after the obama administration denied a permit for the dakota axis pipeline, a spokesman for donald trump says the incoming administration supports completing the project. jason miller says trump over to the situation when he is sworn
in as president next month. cheryl: imagine going to the grocery store and avoiding the long checkout lines. amazon says it's going to happen. amazon goes the latest effort of breaking into the grocery business. customers able to fill up a shopping cart and walk out of the store without waking up to register. automatically build to their account. eventually plan to rope in more than thousand grocery stores. checking your stock market futures ahead of your opening battle, you have got the job on the free markets. s&p unchanged, nasdaq up to change. that's what's happening now. nicole: cheryl, thanks. headlines in today's today's edition of "the wall street journal." blood testing firms predicting huge growth in revenue and profits in 2015. projections for calendar elizabeth holmes raised more than $630 million from investors that the company is now under
criminal and civil investigations to determine if it misled investors and regulators about its technology and operations. would you pay $12 for a cup of coffee at starbucks? they are looking at their core customers that have been missing from spending power. they are going to bet on the luxury coffee, pushing into the realm of about $12 a pop. swedish retailer ikea will broaden its parental bit of coverage. the company will perform at the page leapfrog u.s. employees regardless of how many hours they work. ikea becomes one of the few chain retailers to bring benefit to workers. how does someone at the stocks we watch. the retailer to report higher earnings per share for its first quarter. autozone over these numbers before the opening bell. toll brothers out with its latest quarterly results for the luxury homebuilder with a net profit of 67 cents a share with
revenue showing 29% to nearly $1.9 billion. coming up, we've got sports news for you. indianapolis colts crushed the new york jets. in basketball, the warriors scored 15 points against the indiana pacers. 40 points in just the first half. something else. and then there is this. >> right across the street from where they do the show. i was the closest person to host. cheryl:.us what is happening with jimmy kimmel india oscars. the dow is down two points into s&p fairly unchanged. nasdaq up two. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. how was your commute?
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nicole: well, jimmy kimmel has been chosen to host the oscars. the training will be presiding over the ceremony for the first time and here is his plan. >> you now, marijuana will be illegal for racial use in february. maybe you can pass some of that out on the red carpet. before the show and then just see what happens. my goal is to somehow get arrested during the show. the academy awards are said to be broadcast live on february 26th. cheryl: a different kind of academy awards. the latest from the world of
sports. the new york jets hosted the indianapolis colts last night as players and fans held a moment of silence for former jets running back joe mcknight who was killed last week in new orleans. andrew block return for the colts after missing one game with a concussion. andrew block had a wide-open for a seven-yard touchdown. the colts are upsetting reporter: zero and never looked back. allen might have been a fan for a 21-yard touchdown. the cause of fort tien tran 90. can someone tell the jets the game has started. he lets his defense have been on the sideline, but the offense is just as bad. ryan fitzpatrick d. for brandon marshall and his inner sap did an ugly first half of the jets. the team put in price party but the results pretty much the same. take off by the close match the chance for the win. over to basketball, the golden
state's played the indiana pacers. thompson has a career night. just watch this. again in transition. he listed and scores 20 points in the first quarter. warriors history. and sap with 60 points. that's the most advanced 142 through 106. oklahoma city defender office well. third-quarter westbrook finding his rhythm and nature of those, steps back. he ends up with a triple double with a 102-99. nicole: severe weather across the south of the season this
week. before you head out the door, a look at your cold weather forecasts. fox senior meteorologist janice dean. reporter: gas, ladies, the coldest scene has a right across the northern plains. gary ackerman temperatures. in denver, that in rapid city, 38 in kansas city, 30 minneapolis. the next system has brought blizzard warnings to the dakotas. heavy rain fell across the southeast in the gulf coast where we had tornado watches in effect overnight last night and this morning. thankfully they've lifted the tornado watch but we could still see potential for severe weather and heav inches. goodness ultimately if we've been seeing very dry conditions across the southeast. severe drought will continue for parts of florida into georgia. biochip, damaging winds to be aware if you get in these areas. a quick look at the colder air mass.
single digits, teens, 20 to 30 degrees below average for millions of people as the colder sink southward and eastward over the next couple days. the area is zero and the blue shaded area is the freezing mark reach as far south as eventually into the northeast by friday. babies back to you. cheryl: called no doubt. coming up, we will hand it over to the "mornings with maria." ursula k. u.s. features as investors are opening bell this tuesday. s&p unchanged, nasdaq up within one. we will be right back.
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i'm maria bartiromo, happy tuesday, it's tuesday december 46th, top stories right now 46:00 a.m. -- 6:00 a.m. on the east coast. the transition team working to serve the cabinet. tonight second leg of thank you tour. he's heading to north carolina. commuters in los angeles on high alert this morning as the fbi investigates, cloat, imminent threat to the city's rail system. >> right now we have do have specific information. i don't think we can say it's credible. we always want to make sure that we have authorities to protect people out in los angeles