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lauren: monster rally after the trump administration's plans to loosen the reins on the banks. dow futures this morning up 16 points and s&p announced that due. nicole: stocks in asia rose as well. china and shanghai composite up half of 1%. ceo tiffany's out after a sales slump as a luxury jeweler. nicole: a big week for corporate earnings. 100 companies including disney, time warner, coca-cola appeared lauren: monday, february 6. your first circuit today's markets in the latest breaking news. transient new england patriots pulling out a germanic overtime win at the super bowl, beating the atlanta falcons 44-28. cheryl casone live in houston, texas with the latest. unbelievable. and historic game. reporter: it really was.
good morning, guys. it had everything you want in a super bowl. so much emotion and passion and fire and anger in the comeback of the patriots. the motion at the beginning of the game of george h.w. bush and barbara bush in a golf cart and wheelchair came onto the field for the coin toss. there is not a dry eye in the stadium. this is the bush's hometown. he spent two weeks in the hospital with pneumonia and looking frail and 92 years old. the 41st president started off what would become an emotional super bowl for fans for both teams at the halftime show, lady gaga commented on buyers from the top of the stadium. she did it and it was amazing. drums lit up the sky, red and blue. she started singing god bless america, but their explosions, fireworks and of course -- let's
talk about the game. the first overtime in super bowl history with at least in the fifth win for the patriots. and of course the belichick giving tom brady and emotional hug. it was really a moment for all of you watching on your televisions. really nailing down and soak in everything in. his mother has been there, so that is what is lena mr. brady. she came. she missed every game of the season, but she showed up. an emotional game for him as well. this is a heck of a comeback. made 10 points they scored in the fourth quarter. to two points. incredible. the overtime touchdown on the game. tom brady's jersey went missing for several hours but it turns out according to our affiliate, fox 25 come and equipment manager had locked up. he walked out thinking his
jersey had been stolen. one in boston. dozens offense at the boston common. of course celebrated the victory. no issues that we know so far of any violence or problems that the mayor of course taken to twitter. the hometown team of boston in the senate back to you, new york. tuesday they would be a big victory parade in boston. back to you, lauren and nicole. nicole: what an amazing time. reporting. lauren: president donald trump sat down with love rally for an elusive interview ahead of super bowl 51. one of the topics, tax reform. >> 2017 connection americans expect a tax cut? >> i think so, yes. before the end of the earth like to say yes. lauren: also talking about an investigation into voter fraud. >> data has to show that 3 million illegals voted. >> forget that.
get all of that. i'm going to set up a commission to be headed by vice president mike hampton with a look it very carefully. nicole: bill o'reilly's comments about russian president vladimir putin are unacceptable. >> will i get along? i have no idea. >> kootenay is a killer. >> is a lot of calories. a lot of killers. what, you think our country so anything? >> i don't know if any government leaders that are killers. >> take a look at what we've done, too. we've made a lot of mistakes. nicole: iran has total disregard for america, calling it the number one terrorist state. a massive military decides on saturday day after the u.s. impose new sanctions over the country's recent missile tests. lauren: president trends nomination for education
secretary, betty devos will need mike pence. there are joining an opposition. on fox news sunday. >> how confident are y that you have the 51st or you can cast the tie-breaking vote to put betty devos men as education secretary. >> we're confident you see devos will be the next secretary. it will be my high honor to cast the tie-breaking vote on the floor of the senate next week. lauren: it could come as early. the vice president has never cast a vote to break a tie to confirm a cabinet nominee. nicole: citizens from syria, iraq and five other countries have started entering the u.s. after a federal judge lifted president trends temporary travel ban. mitch mcconnell says he's not sure the senate will propose legislation to carry out trumps executive order. >> the courts will decide whether the executive order of
president issued is valid or not and we all follow a court order as they understand it. the course will often determine the validity of it. nicole: house minority leader nancy pelosi called the executive faction a diversion tactic, but says there may be areas for republicans and democrats can work together. >> if we can talk about job creation and infrastructure legislation that the rail infrastructure bill is not a tax break for which fans and there's something can talk about. trade to los angeles time reports the challenge the ban was due an hour ago in the administration responses to a 3:00 p.m. today. experts say ruling from federal appeals court could come anytime after that. transfer the defamation lawsuit comes from a russian technology company after its feet containing unsubstantiated
allegations between president trump and the russian government. the 35 page dossier says the company was involved in the hacking of the democratic party during the presidential election last year. the suit caused by the speed decision to publish perhaps one of the most reckless and irresponsible moments in modern journalism. the state has removed mention and apologize for including it. nicole: the global market action we see overnight. a nation all occurs across the board. the nikkei in japan. hong kong hang seng up 1% of korea's past vehicle quarter of 1%. lauren: material starts putting in a nice state of the ftse in london in in london in 16 points. caci 14. and for as conservative presidential candidate will hold a news conference later this morning. in germany up seven points.
nicole: meanwhile, marie le pen pushing for french accent. watch for that as well. u.s. stock market futures this morning looking like this. dow futures at 21 after the third highest close in history. s&p 500 have three, nasdaq up three at 100 companies reporting. economic calendar like this. nicole: oil pushing close to $57 a barrel at one point out slightly. 53.86. nicole: here's how the dollar is faring this morning. canadian dollar mexican peso stronger for the japanese yen are weaker against the greenback. lauren: the yield 2.46%. nicole: tiffany and co. announced criminal has stepped down after the company called ceo since april 2015. chairman of wormer ceo will
serve as placement on an interim basis. the move follows weak holiday sales. business at the flagship store on fifth avenue in new york city was hurt by heavy security mac store over at trump tower. tiffany shares are up 26% in the past year. nicole: she presented michelle obama the tiffany president. walt disney one of the stocks to watch his earnings season continues. a slight increase in quarterly revenues tomorrow. investors also watching subscriber numbers at es en. are they rowing. earlier from time warner on one day. the media and entertainment company bought by at&t to post higher fourth-quarter revenue and clued in box office and cable revenue. coca-cola comes on thursday. expect the lower fourth-quarter
profit due to a stronger u.s. dollar in continued decline in sales of soda. train to the dodd-frank goldbach said to be $100 billion windfall for big investors at the biggest u.s. banks with $100 billion over time through dividends and stock buybacks that the administration loses bank regulations. a rough road to profit. michael jackson's estate but demand for a big tax payment. executives are facing not the internal revenue service in u.s. today over the valuation of the name and likeness as the time of his death. depending on the outcome of the case, the estate could be on the hook for more than $500 million in taxes i
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when he said he was secular, replied the united states is not going to send either. a management shakeup tiffani. berger criminal has stepped down after the company called disappointing financial results. he has been the years since april 2015. michael kowalski will serve as replacement on an interim basis did the move follows weak holiday sales to send tiffany stock tumbling. all affairs commit down pictures of 25. in next week last week, a good jobs report on friday and 100 companies reporting. lauren: the nasdaq at a record high. janet napolitano after work visas. william longinus has the details. >> i urge you to take leadership.
>> this is the first time the public, taxpayer supported institution admits to outsourcing jobs to india. >> i am pleading with you to to defend your decision to honor americans. >> robert harrison is suing the university of california and janet napolitano for giving his job to a lower paid worker on h. one b. visa. >> given opinions on the program? >> are? >> her top obligation or to american workers, making sure americans have job. >> colophon of god to crack down. today she is accused of abusing them. >> with growth comes the financial challenges. >> napolitano is replacing 97 tech employees at a san francisco of foreign workers. >> sunday night jobs, highly skilled jobs. >> the university hopes to save $30 million. 75% less than u.s. workers.
>> i got two notices from ucp is one of the bill my daughter. >> others are suing because they are u.s. citizens. >> in this case, it is a national origin discrimination because they are taking a diverse workforce and replacing it only with people from one country to india. >> outsourcing is necessary to reduce the growth rate of i.t. expenses. in a letter to napolitano, congresswoman zoe lofgren said congress never intended a program be useto undercu wagefor domestic workers or facilitate the off shoring of u.s. jobs. >> u.s. issues 85,000 a year. silicon valley wants to attract the best and brightest. but the administration and congress are moving to clamp down on the cheap labor pipeline. lauren: thank you. trained to administer victory for the new england patriots in an overtime win of the falcons.
nicole: it is time for sports. we can talk about the super bowl. either the greatest comeback in super bowl history but the greatest collapse. certainly a great game. falcon flying high early. second quarter. abbate freeman takes a handout, makes the great cut in his dollars on. the falcon strikes first. later passed down. brady trying to get something going. he's picked up by robert alford. no one comes close to hand as he sprints 82 yards. the falcons added to 21 to zero. the owner is feeling good pickup for long. the game starts to unravel. moments later brady finds the lala for the 60-yard touchdown. james feith takes the direct snap at both ends.
down 28-20. brady fires separate. adelman somehow stays focused. unbelievable. under a minute left. blake goes in for the one yard touchdown. suddenly the game is tied at 28. a touchdown will be met. brady marches that pass downfield well in the two-yard line. light takes the pitch and barros is linked to the gold line for his third touchdown. patriots win it. their records six super bowl 34-28 bit about the falcons have it. lauren: brady has a ring for each finger on his hand right now overtime comeback. nicole: let's talk about this weekend at the box office. >> 23 identities live in kevin's body. who are you?
>> i'm telling you. an individual with multiple personalities can change their body chemistry with their thoughts. lauren: split takes the lead for the third weekend in a row coming in second place, rings with $13 million. attacks purpose taken at third spot followed by hidden fingers with a little over $10 million. blah blah land rounding out the top-five. $7.5 million over the weekend. nicole: let's get a literature monday forecast of five senior meteorologist janice dean. good morning. great stuff in houston. >> so much fun. great game last night. incredible. let's look at temperatures. not too bad out there. it is cold, but it is winter time.
we are dealing with arctic air. they did in minneapolis, in kansas city. 39 in new york and 56 in los angeles. a look at the last 24 hours if we do have no across the northern tier of the country. the west is getting another storm that is going to bring inches of rain and feet of snow. it will be difficult to travel from the northwest dancers central california. the rain and the snow coming on shore. a good new situation will help the drought, but a bad the situation will bring some flooding and potential for avalanche danger. back to you, lauren and nicole. lauren: fox news exclusive bill o'reilly interviews donald trump. we have the highlights right here including some comments on russia. >> i say it's better to get along with russia than not. if russia helps us of the fight against isis, and islamic terrorism all over the world.
>> what a comeback. breaking news this morning. tom brady and the new england patriots make history with an overtime that drape over the atlanta falcons. the lat highlights plus the ministry of ratings missing jersey. good morning. i am sad day. lauren: good morning. i'm trained for. we are going she highlights from the interview. monster rally on wall street after the jump administration as to loosen the reins on banks. good friday is jobs and
financials and energy. doctors at 19. s&p futures up to. lauren:apan making a .3%. china's shanghai composite ending half a percent higher. nicole: tiffany's is that what this sales slump. lauren: another big week for corporate earnings including disney and coca-cola. we'll tell you what to expect at 5:31 a.m. in new york monday, february 6. we welcome you to "fbn:am," your first look at morning market and breaking news. lauren: are you tired this morning? the new england patriots play now nature manic overtime win at the super bowl come to begin the atlantic falcons 34-28. cheryl casone live in houston, texas. i want to say you did not get much sleep. how awesome is the game? >> you is pretty amazing. who needs sleep when you've got
a game like we have here at houston, texas which of course i'm standing in front of. a lot of action in the early hours once again to talk about the incredible night we have. let's start with what we saw at the beginning of the game. of course the website quantize. there wasn't a dry eye in the stadium last night when george h.w. bush and barbara bush came out on a golf cart and wheelchair. i was standing right there. it was a very slow, slow process because they know there is going to be an overwhelming outpouring from coaches, players and fans and there was. that's how we started our evening at energy city. then you get to the halftime show. atlanta at that point was ahead. the halftime show, lady gaga. a lot of firmer shoe is going to fly in on liars. well, she did. we thought there would be nixed by the nfl committee. a 13 minute show.
e started with god bless america. of course many of her favorite tunes. a lot of hours as well. let's talk about the game itself. the fourth quarter was incredible. you saw on your television series even more credible to watch in person. the patriots getting 19 points in the fourth quarter. for the first time in super bowl history, we went into overtime here in texas and of course the final touchdown gave the pastries the wind 34-28. the fifth rate for tom brady and the fifth win for a super bowl in general. tom brady and amazing quarterback. jersey gate. let's get to that. talking to reporters and was like i can't find my jersey. he was frantically looking for her. just after mid-night eastern time we found out from our
affiliate that an equipment manager told the reporter had locked it at because i was worried that they jersey from the winning game is going to be stolen. the show you 5 cents. the city of boston, massachusetts celebrating with thousands of fans going off the boston common and the mayor congratulations to the team. no problems of violence or incidents that all coming out of the evening. we of course find out now the big parade is going to be on tuesday. the patriots, and amazing incredible history making night i super bowl 51. lauren: they came back from a 25-point deficit. does the best comeback with ever seen. >> it was an incredible game. i was rooting for the underdog. no matter who, it was amazing
for all and i think that is the best storyline we can give you today. lauren: today should be monday, the monday after super bowl off. thank you. nicole: president trump sat down with bill o'reilly for an exclusive interview ahead of super bowl 51. topics included tax reform. >> 2017, can americans expect a tax cut? >> i think so yes. before the end of the year of that to say yes. true to the president talked about an investigation into voter fraud. >> data has to show 3 million illegals voted. >> forget all of that. take a look at the registration. i will set up a commission to be headed by vice president mike pence and we will look at it very carefully. lauren: billow brevis comments about russian president vladimir putin are unacceptable. >> will like it a lot with him?
have no idea. >> putin is a killer. >> there's a lot of killers. what you think our country is so innocent? you think our country so innocent? >> at albany leaders that are killers. >> take a look at what we've done, too. made a lot of mistakes. lauren: trump has total disregard for america, calling it the number one terrorist state. iran launched a military exercise on saturday day after the u.s. imposed new sanctions over the country's recent missile tests. president trump's nominee betsy devos will liquidate vice president mike pence help them about. two republicans expected to join democrats in opposition. here's the vice president on fox news sunday. >> how confident are you that you have the 51st or you can cast the tie-breaking vote to
put betsy devos and as education secretary. >> we are confident bessie devos will do that as secretary of education. it's a high honor on the floor of the senate next week. >> final vote could come as early as today. the vice president has never cast a vote to break a tie to confirm a cabinet nominee. nicole: citizens from syria, iraq and five other muslim countries have begun to enter the united states after a federal judge lifted president trumps temporary travel ban. mitch mcconnell says he is not sure the senate will propose legislation to carry out the executive order. >> the court should decide whether the executive order of the president issued his ballot or not and we all follow a court order. the administration is calling on trend following a court order and will determine the validity of it. lauren: house minority leader nancy pelosi called president trump's executive actions diversion type x is that there
may be areas where republicans and democrats can work together. >> if we can talk about job creation and infrastructure legislation at the rail infrastructure bill and not a tax break for rich friends. then they're sent and we can talk about. nicole: "the los angeles times" reported tuesday to challenge the ban was due about an hour ago and the administration's response is due at 3:00 p.m. today. experts say a ruling from a federal appeals court could come anytime after that. nicole: bastide mrs. b's. the russian technology firm after bessie published a dossier containing unsubstantiated allegation between president trump and the government. the company x pt was involved in the hacking of the democratic party during the presidential election. they called us feed decision to publish one of the most reckless
in a responsible moment for journalism. they have the match had and apologize for including it. lauren: let's get caught up in global market action overnight. the hang seng in hong kong up 1%. the shanghai up half a percent. kospi and south korea getting two tenths of 1%. nicole: in europe what is happening now, we are also going to be hearing today on a news conference. london ftse up 1%. cac in. cac and principe quarter of 1%. german dax up fractionally. lauren: the dow up after a monster rally on friday where he gained 186 points. the best is the relatively short year. future 20 points this morning. s&p futures up three points. nasdaq up three blowout but not high today. lauren: oil import gold this
morning. corp. gained $3.5 at 1224 troy ounce. the company called disappointing financial goals. ceo since april 2015. michael kowalski follows a late holiday season that sent stock of tiffany tumbling. business at its flagship store was hurt by heavy security next-door trump tower. tiffany shares higher by 26% in the past year. train to today's edition of "the wall street journal" printed out frank brobeck said that $100 billion windfall for investors, the u.s. banks could return more than $100 billion in capital to investors if e administraonoes his bank
regulation. general motors faces a rough road to profit gm -- gm but the fallout from british accent for 2017. michael jackson's estate is his demand for a big tax payment. executors of the state are facing off with internal revenue service here in the united states tax quarter. over the valuation of the likeness at the time of his death. the estate could be on the hook for more than $800 million in taxes than $200 million in penalties. lauren: the white house admission to his rallies because the regulations for the banks. >> they are forced toward money and capital and they can't take any risk. we need to get banks back in the lending business. lauren: at genistein back from houston and she has her monday forecast across the country.
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>> good morning. 545 a clock in new york. let's get caught up on what's happening right now. super bowl 51. certainly celebrating in new england. patriots pulling off an amazing comeback to win their record fifth super bowl. it was the first time a super bowl one into overtime. tom brady was named super bowl mvp. also a backer and of course he has a super bowl ring forever single finger. republican lawmakers defend themselves from comments about russia in a pre-super bowl interview with ella bradley. trump reiterated his first diaper russian president
vladimir putin one of riley said putin is a killer, trump replied the united states was not innocent either. a management shakeup by tiffany. the ceo has stepped down after what the company called disappointing financial results. he had been the eo since 2015. michael pawlowski will serve as his replacement on the interim basis. the move follows weak holiday sales that sent tiffany stock prices tumbling. the descent shape up for the first in the trading week. s&p up three. nasdaq up for the premarket. nicole: stocks ride with the dow industrial with their biggest one-day advance in two months. joining us from london. good morning, craig.
>> good morning. how are you? nicole: i am great. what are they going to focus on? >> still some follow on from what happened on friday. the deregulation story with respect to donald trump and banks donald trump and banks and financials as you pointed out. the u.s. jobs report was a bit mixed. broadly speaking, the jobs creating was positive and far exceeded expectations. what the fed really want to continue, a sustainable and reliance on high wages. a bit of a mixed report. the market decide in the job creation and to drive it home.
aside from the standard or answer park permit going to be what donald trump will do next. we goes after i guess. lauren: entry monitor donald trumps twitter feed. you talked about the headlines on regulations that make space. policies towards trade and immigration? how does that cast a spell over global markets? >> donald trump does polarize the market. the market from the aspects. the lack of the lower regulations, and fiscal stimulus tax reform, et cetera. there is the immigration. of course we saw a start last week they really way on the early stages. the trade aspect. there is concern lately that the
trade manipulation, et cetera will continue to depend on which way it's going to go going forward. tree into a headline driven market. thank you. lauren: and assert victory for the new england patriots in an overtime win over the atlanta falcons. >> exactly the way we didn't plan it. everything we didn't want to do in the first half and better in the second half. so it was a great, you know, of a football game. lauren: will show you the best moments. you are watching trans men -- "fbn:am," your first look at morning market and breaking news.
why is the radical left so full of rage and hate? they still can't accept that trump won and they lost. now extreme liberals like elizabeth warren artrying to stop betsy devos from becoming secretary of education. why? devos angers the extreme left because she exposes their hypocrisy. devos wants low-income kids to have the same choices that liberal elitists have for their families. devos wants equal opportunity in education for all kids, and that makes angry liberals... even angrier.
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lauren: time for sports. talking about super bowl li. either the greatest comeback in history or the greatest collapse. what a great game. second quarter, dante freeman takes a handoff, makes a great cut and he dives into the end zone. up seven nothing. brady trying to get something going and puts on the burners. they had to 21 nothing. feeling good. matt ryan takes the snap. the front of the end zone. brady says they take a direct snap and go in. down 28-20. check this out.
brady fires julian edelman. somehow his focused pity juggles the ball, makes a third catch. unbelievable. that is where you can feel the momentum of the game shape. a minute left. my cousin for the one yard tv. tied at 28 for the first time ever pick a super bowl one into overtime. a touchdown while bennett. brady quickly marked down the field. following the two-yard line. dwight takes that and barreled his way to the goal line for his third touchdown and the game-winner, patriots win their fifth record super bowl 34-28. it was such an incredible game. look at them celebrating. nicole: big comeback. i hope everyone did well in their pools. look at the monday forecast but fox meteorologist janice dean.
reporter: good morning, born in a cold. it's been an expert in for a lot of folks. the real cold air is still in canada. it is still a little bit chilly across the northern plains and great lakes. we will feel warm up all the way towards the northeast this week. the past 24 hours a little bit of lake effect now moving in. another big storm system with inches of rainfall in feet of snow. look at that. flash flooding will be concerned as well. a quick ligature forecast. the west is going to remain a title. travel plans could be disrupted but we will see a warm-up across the mid-atlantic. 10 to 20 degrees above average. he did the was wrong. back to you. lauren: queen elizabeth has done something no other british monarch has done.
>> we want to bring you this. queen elizabeth today is commemorating the 66th anniversary of the throne. she is 96 result. the other british monarch ever to celebrate a sapphire jubilee. spending the day quietly north of london. today is also the anniversary of her father's death. queen elizabeth surpassed queen victoria as britain's longest-serving monarch back in 2015. >> thank you for watching. a special day with highlights in the big game. >> and exciting monday. i'm sure you were a little bummed and definitely a little bit tired this morning. you are rooting for the falcons and changed your pick. maria: uri. thanks, ladies. a great game. hi, everybody. thanks for joining us. i am maria bartiromo. monday, february 6. 6:00 a.m. on the east coast. history made in houston.
>>atriots won the super bowl. train to new england patriots coming back from behind to beat the atlanta falcons is the first time under going into overtime. tom brady named mvp, that is game jersey briefly went missing. the trump administration ramps up its fight over immigration. a big week on that front. an appeals court denied a request from the justice department to restore his executive order on the travel ban. the administration not backing down this morning. >> while the court did not impose a stay of the order at the order at this point, we will move quickly to the argument. the president said we win this argument because we will take