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strangely breaking news this morning. despite efforts to disrupt the process come the electoral college is to select donald trump as the next president of the united states. good morning. i'm trained for. nicole: good morning. i am nicole petallides. this could be the week that we seek out 20,000. raymond james will be joining us. let's check in on u.s. stock market futures at the top 33. s&p have three. lauren: a nation in the stock slid on concerns about higher u.s. interest rates in u.s. dollar. in japan the nikkei edging down
slightly for the first time in 11 days good the shanghai composite down a 10th of 1%. >> oil prices gained 29 cents at 50 219 a barrel. >> heels now stand at 2.58%. nicole: in the sunlight that to track shipping the product. lauren: nintendo's super mario brian out jobs to the top of the apple sharp. nicole: broke one dominates the box office. we will see if we could do it. trying to the dallas cowboys victor of over the tampa bay buccaneers and it's closer to the title. the oakland raiders try to clinch their first playoff in 14 years. we will show you the highlights. nicole: good morning. 5:01 a.m. in new york. monday, december 19th.
welcome to "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. members of the electoral college safety from the donald trump is our country's 45th president today. more protests are planned across the country where electors will meet. they are being urged to defy the results in their statement that against chart. rhode island democrat clayton powell is among the group of a lack is to say the election was tarnished by russian interfering. >> they should not be partisan. this is about protecting democracy. nicole: drum played in treating that as many supporters act did and threaten people like those who lost the election are doing, they would be scorned and called terrible names. lauren: the president-elect will select that the e-mail accounts during the election if the intelligence community becomes more transparent. speaking with chris wallace on
fox news sunday. >> keyword put out a report, show the american people they are on the same page as opposed to third parties to the "washington post." lauren: campaign chairman john podesta's personal e-mail account was released a wikileaks. podesta suggesting for the first time publicly since the election of vladimir putin was personally involved in the hack attack. >> type in dave intervene in the election up on our adversary directly a democratic institution and try to tilt the election to donald trump. lauren: podesta would not say whether he thinks trumper is templated charrette: the hacking an issue for him is still an open question. trump today could announce his
choice for a veterans affairs secretary this week. the list of possible candidates include admiral michelle howard, veterans advocate on fox and friends and former massachusetts senator scott brown. a group of lawmakers is calling for a single committee to investigate after his to influence the presidential election. adam schiff is a member of the house intelligence committee. >> there's so much common agreement on the facts of the russian hacking. got out to be enough to bring us together not only to an extension from this undisclosed, some not disclose, but to work on a bipartisan basis to investigate this immature and independent commission. nicole: mitch mcconnell and chuck schumer are among those who also won a special bipartisan panel.
russian officials claim they did not interfere in the election. lauren: not more fallout even after china agreed to return the device. senator john mccain weighed in on the issue. >> fundamental here is the chinese had taken an american vehicle in international waters, gross violation law. no strength on the part of the united states that everybody's taking advantage of it and hopefully that will change soon. lauren: china said they posed a safety risk to sailors. the incident comes at a crucial time. increased efforts to block u.s. naval surveillance. donald trump tweeted that we should tell china that we don't want to draw they stole. let them keep it.
nicole: senator charles schumer want the government to consider a recall of cigarettes and batteries. devices and batteries are loading, and hurting users. >> the fed should review a pattern related duties cigarette policies. the majority of batteries can you guess where they are made. china. china does not have the safety record close to america. tragedy industry maintains the cigarettes are safe when used properly and the fda says it is reviewing them. lauren: venezuela said it plans to crack down a big tree. his sudden decision to scrap the currency has been an economic triumph over the enemy says the government sent troops to cities where riots and looting broke out over the cash crisis. last week's decision to get rid
of the 100 notes led to massive limestone banks widespread fears by people holding the current day. train to this could be a critical week for italy's most troubled bank. they needs to raise more than $5 of fresh capital to shore up losses. today the company is launching a stock offering in a last-ditch effort to bolster its finances. if they fail to raise the $5 billion, the italian government will be forced to step in and nationalize the bank. global market action overnight with all down arrows the nation across the lord. one 10th of 1%. the nikkei down fractionally japan snapping the winning streak in japan. hong kong hang seng down three quarters of 1% increase cost me two tenths of 1%. lauren: nicole come you just
gave us the news. down about 8% in italy. in germany you can see the dax is the one green arrow on the board of seven points. deutsche bank down 3%. see weakness in the banks. both the london and down 100 points. nicole: in europe there was a mixed bag. tech and telecom or higher. we'll see if the tech and telecom group will lead us today to the 20,000. dow futures up 33 after six weeks of gains. s&p futures up three. nasdaq up five. lauren: let's check in on commodities. 2% jump for crude propaganda path they% of $52. called up about $3 to $11.40 a troy ounce. train to sing again move to the upside to the up arrow for the
japanese yen against the greenback euro also stronger. on the other hand the u.k. pound canadian dollar are weaker against the u.s. dollar. the 10 year treasury has been climbing 2.58%. five days after the central bank hiked interest rates for the second time in a decade, possibly offering more and died in to what the fed is thinking heading into the new year. trade to move on over, pokémon go. nintendo's super mario rudd is a ministry to the top of the top charts. 5 million downloads worldwide according to industry tracker's. they are free to download. but here's the catch. the latter, the mario game will cost you $9.99 for full access. you can go first four novels but
beyond that you need 10 backs. some lukewarm reviews, nintendo stopped at more than 11% since the game's debut. my son loves this and pay the 10 bucks. lauren: apple an island teaming up to appeal this week. i thought mr. rowland by the ee of ordering apple to repay $14 billion in back taxes. e.u. regulators ruled that apple's culture verso deal was illegal. apple paid almost nothing on its european profit between 2003 and 20 for team. apple claims has been singled out as a convenient target. we will see. train to amazon, the goober of tracking. amazon may develop the mobile technology to schedule and track
the strip and that its products but just a few clicks. the acts scheduled to launch next summer to bring the giant one step closer to becoming its own globalroker and an $800 billion tcking industry. nicole: a look at headlines in today's edition of "the wall street journal." upon solid shows the country's challenges nearly showing how difficult it will be for beijing to add to easy credit that rapidly expanded debt over the past decade. iran tested in his tux over a or two. officials go with a deal to buy dozens of jets from boeing for the callback at a loss monday at donald trump chose to do what trump chose the deal when he takes office in january. rising interest rates are rippling through the mortgage markets. experts wanted that homeowners will see sticker shock ahead as interest rates on adjustable
mortgages and home-equity lines of credit are both expected to tick higher. nicole: nobody makes sticker shock here to start the week with the dodgers 157 points away. the electoral college victory today by donald trump would be enough to put right of the 20,000 line. frigid temperatures still hanging around. things could be warming up. we will talk to fox senior meteorologist janice dean. we've got the up arrow. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. viewsonic ♪ ♪
nicole: come on, ghetto. you've got this. monday morning. later today the electoral college six-pack to select donald trump as the next president of the united states and the most presidential election year. the electoral college vote would essentially be a formality. the 2016 is not a typical election are considered presidential nominee hillary clinton won the popular vote with roughly 2.6 million more ballots than donald trump. trump needs 270 votes. the state that are put them in the line and got 306.
that's an important development today. trump's team is toning down his skepticism on evidence that russia sought to influence the election by hacking e-mail accounts of democrats. reince priebus told fox news sunday that will have russia behind the hacking of the united states intelligence community you're in agreement on that. the trump campaign has suggested the effort to tie russia to the leaks is an attempt to delegitimize ties. been super mario right to the top of apple stock chart. industry tracker is the first takedown lights were super mario van 5 million. the rival to popularity of pokémon go has the hottest launch of the year. analysts say downloads could reach 1 billion. checking in india's stock market futures after six weeks of gains for the dow. 167 points away.
death issues at 33 combat s&p futures of three. lauren: thanks, nicole. stocks ended modestly lower. the posting game for messages dataset this morning in the premarket. let's ask the managing during chief investments to do just that raymond james. >> good morning. lauren: down its 150 more points to make that massad a month after it had 19,000. >> it happens before year-end. our models which called the spot and they will grind higher in late january or early february is still telegraphing that. the next three days to probably get back and fill but i don't see any big downside here. triggers thought the futures
overnight. they've been conditioned to do that on sunday night. there's also hope the bank of japan will announce more stimulus over the course of the day. but i think over the next three days with the market injuries. lauren: i get your concept because that's a lot of that's a lot of perpetrators have been doing. you can't just rush through. i agree with that. let me ask you with possible stimulus to bank of japan and if trump finally got over the electoral college today, somewhat of a hurdle hanging over everything. do you think optimism comes with that and that can propel us closer to the 20,000 mark? >> idea. the business optimism has hoped appeared rather dramatically that the sentiment and the overall stock market is scott mutchler posited since the presidential election. i think we are transitioning from a secular bull market to an
earnings driven bull market. over the next 12 months and i expect stocks in late january. >> thank you. managing during chief investments cottages. thank you for joining us. the dallas cowboys pull off a close victory over the tampa bay buccaneers and immense closer to the title of the oakland raiders tried to clinch their first playoff in 14 years. we will have all the highlights for you. no surprise at the box office. >> is immeasurable. >> wrote one dominates at the box office. champion masters preferred that the "star wars" the "star wars"
weekend come and break an impressive $155 million. the film earned the largest opening ever in the month of december beaten only by lester "star wars" the force awakens which are as close to $250 million domestically in its opening weekend. dropping down to the number two spot, $11.7 million also a disney film. office christmas party came in third. a $.5 million followed by collateral. he was 7 million finally where to find their mandate at the top five with $5 million. nicole: 155 million versus 12. the cowboys again to start a new winning streak after last weeks loss. ezekiel eliot takes a handoff and goes two yards for the touchdown and celebrates. he jumps right into the huge salvation army kettle. the organization of 7-3. prescott feeling pressure after
two subpar games goes in untouched. cowboys have 17-3. hoping for a miracle comeback. janice winston drops back, scrambles but gets kicked off. the fourth turnover. cowboys sign it. oakland raiders to clinch their first spot for two years taken off the chargers. quarterback philip rivers goes to benjamin for the 47-yard touchdown. second quarter the raiders down to quarterback looks for michael crabtree in the end zone. the officials ruled incomplete. after official review the call wasn't overturned for oakland touchdown. fourth-quarter tie 16. sebastian genachowski gives the league with 44-yard deals. raiders when not made teen-16. brock asked whether trying to say to the south with the
jaguars baghdad. he has kicked off three minutes later and travel tries to force another one. but is there for the interception and i would be the end of the day. he is replaced by tom savage third quarter. the jaguars marquise takes the kick off and find the whole with the sidelines and touched. jaguars at 20-may. putting a scare into the texans but a good comeback with the fourth quarter down 20-14 print omar miller takes one yard out. check since winning 21-20 after the jaguars fired the head coach. nicole: coming up, the electoral college votes today on the next president will donald trump's chief of staff says he may be running to assess "the intelligence report" on russia's hacking. >> i think they are almost there
except for the fact that they haven't been totally up front and transparent in their opinion as to who, what, where and how this all happened. i think they will get there. lauren: we will have the latest. stay with us. we will be right back. there's supposed to be three of you... where's your brother? where's your brother? hey, where's charlie? charlie?! you can leave worry behind when liberty stands with you. liberty stands with you™ liberty mutual insurance
nicole: breaking news this morning. despite efforts to disrupt the process come the electoral college is elected to select donald trump of the next president of the united states. good monday morning. i am nicole petallides. lauren: good morning. i am lauren simonetti paid am lauren simonetti papists excrete weekly gain. could this be the victor -- these 20,000? raymond chen's coming in to show coming in the shell. let's check in right now in u.s. stock index futures to see what phantom menace this monday morning. dow futures at 34 points. nasdaq futures tacking on 6.5. trend to higher u.s. rates for
the check out what happened in japan. the nikkei ended down actually. and china's shanghai composite index charts one 10th of 1%. now if the court of 1% pay $52.3 a barrel. nicole: the 10 year treasury 2.58%. lauren: amazon wants to develop an app to track shipments of its products. super mario run apps jump to the top of apple's chart. >> broke one, the latest "star wars" film dominates the box office but cannot dethrone monsters december opening of the force awakens. without those numbers numbers for you. >> dallas cowboys for the close victory over the tampa bay buccaneers and inch closer to the title. the oakland raiders tried to clinch their first spot in 14 years. we will have all the highlights for you. >> christmas week from everybody. 5:31 a.m. in new york.
welcome to "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. members of the electoral college are said to make it official and formally elect donald trump is the 45th president of the united states. more protests are planned in state capitals across the country where electors will meet today. they are being urged to defy the results in their states and vote against donald trump. rhode island democrat is among a group of electors who say the election was tarnished by russian interference. >> this would not be partisan. this is about protecting democracy. nicole: trumpeted last night began as many supporters threaten people like those who lost the election are doing, they would be scorned and called terrible names. nicole: trump said the president-elect will have to e-mail account during the
election. if the intelligence community becomes more transparent on this issue. reince priebus did speak with chris wallace on fox news sunday. >> i think he would accept the conclusion that these intelligence professionals with the added report commissioned the american people they are in the same page as opposed to third parties to the "washington post." >> clinton's campaign was tapped by chairman john podesta's personal account which were released by wikileaks. russian president latimer put was personally involved in that hack attack. >> i think the russians clearly intervened in the election up for an adversary directly to our institution and try to tilt the election to donald trump. >> podesta would not say whether he thinks lauren simonetti is templated to rock world and the issue is still an open question.
trump could announce his choice for veterans affairs secretary this week. the list of possible candidates include admiral howard combat veterans advocate here and fox all the time. scott brown will watch for this. a bipartisan group of lawmakers calling for one committee to investigate russia's alleged efforts to influence the election. adam schiff is a member of the house intelligence committee. let's listen in. >> there's so much common agreement on the basic facts of matter in the election. that ought to be enough to enact some disclose, some not disclosed but to work together on a bipartisan basis to investigate this. >> senate republican leader mitch mcconnell and charles schumer, the incoming senate democratic leader among those calling for a special bipartisan panel to investigate the actions.
russian officials claimed they didn't interfere with the elections. lauren: trade two more followed last week in the south china sea even after china agreed. weighing in on this issue. >> the fundamental here is the chinese have taken an american vehicle in international waters in gross violation of international law. there is no strength on the part of the united states of america. everybody's taking advantage of it and hopefully that will change soon. trade to the drug posed a shape safety issue. -- president-elect donald trump treated we should tell china we don't want to draw that the pistol. let them keep it. >> they have not yet apologized to chuck schumer wants the
government to consider every call that use cigarettes and grade batteries. exploding, catching fire and as a result, hurting users. >> with dozens and dozens, the fed should review whether there's a pattern related to ease the great products and batteries. and of course guess where they are made. china. china does not have the safety record close to america. >> the industry maintains they are safe when used properly and the fda says it is reviewing them. nicole: scary stuff. hundreds of insurers offering health care are feeling the pinch from federal government and are being run first. only a fraction that the government knows them. like berman has more from washington. >> some health insurers involved in the affordable care at there being shortchanged. the centers for medicare and
medicaid services confirming only $96 million worth of the roughly $6 billion attributed to risk corridors will be reimbursed by the federal government. that equates to a meager 1.6%. those risk corridors are included in the health care law as a way to protect insurers who accrue higher-than-expected costs. the revenue stream appears close to try and congress last year that buy up on the kerry critics passed legislation to keep the obama administration from using taxpayer money to make a difference. additionally, the "washington post" reports 70% of the 400 insurers and obamacare are also of risk order payment dating back to 2015. back to you in new york. nicole: thanks, blake.
lauren: let's keep out of the global market action overnight. markets are taking them is of the chinese warships is in the u.s. underwater drum last week in stride. we do have down arrows. this check at japan. the nikkei down fractionally commit and then what was an 11 day winning streak at the bank of japan made today and tomorrow. china, shanghai composite down a 10th of 1%. the hong kong hang seng down and in south korea because they down two tenths of 1%. nicole: european trading, financials and materials under pressure. the london ftse down a quarter of 1%. the cac than a quarter of 1% of the german dax slipped it over. also watching the italian bank because they are trying to do b., so enough stocks to raise $5 billion subway for a nationalized and trying to destroy the end of the year. >> the reason they do better than everybody else's take on the german raid on the business
for a while that had the best numbers since february 2014. in the u.s. we see mark rein on the screen. dow futures at 30 points. s&p futures at three. coming by the end of 2016. nicole: strength about last week. seventeen cents at 5207 a barrel. how the school doing? lauren: this house trading against key currencies to the euro, u.k. pound, canadian dollar mexican peso down, but the japanese yen strengthening. nicole: the 10 year bond yield 2.58%. lauren: move over pokémon go pick nintendo super mario run at this image straight to the top of the chart with 5 million downloads worldwide. pokémon go in super mario run are free to download although super mario run will cost you 10 bucks if you want the full access. nintendo stock however not doing
nearly so. shares plunging 7% in tokyo today after lukewarm reviews, more than 11% since the debut. teaming up to take on the european union, the pair plans to appear with a blockbuster ruling ordering apple to repay ireland $14 billion in back taxes. in august that even regulators ruled that the controversial tax do with ireland was illegal. apple paid almost nothing on its european profits between 2013 and 2014. 2003 and 2014. the chat as it has been singled out as a convenient target in the 14 billion $-dollar-sign. lauren: and ascended to worth tracking. amazon may be developing mobile technology to schedule and track truck shipments of the products with just a few clicks.
the app is scheduled to launch next summer and would bring the giant one step closer to becoming its own global freight broker in an $800 billion trucking industry. amazon would be able to hook its items up with a truck to get its customers. nicole: a look at headlines in today's edition of "the wall street journal." china shows the credit challenging china's new bond market is showing how difficult it will be for beijing to bend easy credit that expanded the country's debt over the past decade. tossing tax over the jet jail, iranian officials have hardened her resolve to go ahead with the multibillion dollars to two by dozens of jets from boeing threatened to call back any lost money president-elect donald trump kills the deal when he takes office. rising interest rates rippling through the mortgage market. experts are warning homeowners have sticker shock. that's because as interest rates on adjustable mortgages and
home-equity lines of credit are expected to creep higher. lauren: we start the week with the dow 157 points away from 20,000. a natural college visit today by donald trump enough to put us over the line? frigid temperatures hanging around much of the country. things might be warming up we hope you will find out from senior meteorologist janice dean. let's check in right now. green here we go. tell a 35 nasdaq up six. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. 5:42 in the east.
lauren: monday morning if there is such a thing as upscale condos on what's happening right now. later today the electoral college is expected to select donald trump is the next president, and the 43rd president of the united states. most presidential election nears a vote would essentially be a formality. 2016 was not a typical election year. that's an understatement considering democratic presidential nominee hillary clinton won the popular vote but 2.6 million more ballots than donald trump. trump needs 270 electoral votes to win the victories put them in
line to get 306. we will see. trumps team is toning down the skepticism i'm evidenced by russia sought to influence the election by hacking e-mail account. reince priebus told fox news sunday that trump will accept that russia is behind the hacking that the u.s. intelligence community can't agree on that. the effort to tie russia to the mix is any kind to delegitimize his big tree. the super mario run has run to the top of apple chair. industry trackers that downloads for the games around 5 million wrestling the popularity of pokémon go which i spend the hottest launch of the year. analysts say download could reach 1 billion. let's check in on stock index futures. you can see data features higher by 34 points. s&p up three, nasdaq futures at seven. nicole, a look at what's
happening now. nicole:'s accented lower. six weeks of gains. dow 20,000. got some hats ready. just thought, chief investment strategist. what are your thoughts on the way. everybody's talking by the end of the year. you agree with that. >> the next three days are going to be kind of quiet and people will desert the street for the holidays. i do think 20,000 because i think we are transitioning from an interest rate bull market to an earnings driven secular bull market in the earnings comparisons over the next three or four quarters will look pretty darn good. lauren: a lot of investors and traders got a lot wrong this year. the market reaction to the british that to exit the european union. donald trump surprise win for the president of the united states. what are we getting wrong right now? >> a lot of people is in your
town the past three weeks and talk to a concert there, especially the hedge fund community and they got wrongfooted going into the election. it didn't matter who won the presidential election. stocks were geared to trade higher and they will continue to trade higher in late january and early february which is the first point of vulnerability. train to earnings driven market is better than an interest rate market. that means companies are billy doing better. economic reports coming gdp, durable goods. those things can sideline us this week. >> the economy is stronger than the figures that just. try to get into 48 the monks that they are. the restaurants -- of course it is. the restaurants are full and as they travel around the country and even out of the country, there are things that are pretty good to me. lauren: basically i have to say
there's a lot of confidence. is it hope that is driving what could be dow 20,000? nicole: better sentiment has something to do with it. earnings improvement. increasing gdp has some paint to do with it. i think people are woefully underinvested year. nicole: hope, we like it. i'm like what the president of the united states. thank you for being with us. management of mr., chief investment strategist from raymond james. lauren: merry christmas, jeff. dallas cowboys for the closed nature over the tampa bay buccaneers and is closer to the nfc title. oakland raiders try to clinch their first playoff spot in 14 years. we will have highlights. temperatures still around much of the country. he got paint on the map? let's get rid of it. things might be warming up. we will find out for hawks senior meteorologist janice
nicole: hollywood legend josh uncle boer has died after suffering a heart attack at the age of 99. the most well-known of 300 sisters carved out a career in the early days of hollywood and became a fixture on the time social circuit. she was famous for being famous. appearing a more than 30 films was known for her string of wealthy husbands grandmother in nine of them in for, never one darling and her hungarian accent, a woman who tells her age does everything. would have turned 100 in february. nicole: a look at the latest
from the world of sports. john prescott to start a new winning streak after last weeks last. ezekiel eliot takes the enough and goes to yours for the touchdown and right into the huge salvation army. that's a donation the organization of the period half of them at last. quarterback janice winston scrambles that gets picked off. the four turnovers a game. the cowboys went 26-20. the oakland raiders to clinch their first by taking a the chargers quarterback philip rivers goes deep to travis benjamin for the 47-yard touchdown. second-quarter readers down 10- 10-3. derek carr looks for michael crabtree in the end zone. he can't stand that the officials ruled incomplete after the official review the caller be overturned for an oakland touchdown.
the fourth quarter with sebastian genachowski gives oakland the lead 44-yard field goal. raiders eventually when it 19-16. bug filer trying to stay atop the south plan the jaguars. a bad day for the second quarter kicked off by ramsey. three minutes left, tries to force another one. that would be the end of the day. he's replaced by tom savage, third quarter. he takes the cake often find the whole, places the sideline to one touch 100 euros paycheck winners of 20-8. they come back for the texan's fourth-quarter down 20-14. lamar miller takes and one yard out. after the game for jazz choirs fired head coach bradley.
bye-bye. lauren: wow, all right. another well before you head out the door. a look at your monday forecast to senior meteorologist janice dean joining us. minus one in some places? >> with the windchill, yes you very cold air has sunk as far south. current temperatures 19 embargo. minnesota and chicago with the windchill feels like minus 29226 new york. 18 in dallas, nine in kansas city. that is zeroed in kansas city. the goodness is again into the next few days. temperatures will start to moderate and the cold air will retreat up into canada. the good news is we are around average. relative these wreaking much warmer. future radar shows the storm system at the main gate still see showers and thunderstorms across the southeast. gross rest remained at it.
we'll still see potential for snow across the northern plains. lauren, you are talking about away chris is. here is the historical probability where you see pigs and purples typically where we would see a white christmas. the snow cover right now not that, but temperatures will warm up and that will whittle away a little bit. across the coastal northeast adult think so. interior sections, yes my friend. lauren: janice, you are the best. thank you. coming up, we'll handed over to "mornings with maria."
lauren: thank you so much for joining us on fbn:am. nicole: we are going to turn it right over to mornings with maria and we say good morning to you, maria bartiromo. maria: happy monday to you. thanks for being with us. good morning, i'm maria bartiromo, it is monday december december 19th, christmas week. president-elect donald trump said to seal his victory once again today. the electoral college voting today. michelle obama says, there has been a loss of hope since election day. >> barack didn't just talk about hope because he thought it was a nice slogan to get votes, i mean, he and i so many believe that -- wh else do you have if you don't have hope. what do you give your kids if you can want give them hope. >> we have tremendous hope and
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