>> nicole: breaking news this morning, nueva york city mayor and police say there's no credible threat to the city from isis threats. >> jo ling: hand hunt continues. we will have a live report from paris coming up. >> nicole: we are keeping a close eye on the markets. let's check u.s. stock market futures. dow up 77 points, s&p more than 8. >> jo ling: president obama threatens to veto, possible collision course with congress. >> nicole: going public at a
price below expectations. let's take a look. >> jo ling: houston rockets fired their coach but apparently not doing any good. welcome to fbn:am, first look at today's markets and what to expect ahead. >> nicole: it's aware of new video released by isis showing images of time square. police commissioner says there's no specific threat to the city. >> there is as we have repeated frequently, no city in the america that's better protect or defend against a terrorist attack. >> nicole: video appears to be produced in an include previously reduced images. the city won't be intimidated. it used a bomb made with soda can killing all 224 people on
board. >> jo ling: breaking this morning, the terrorists behind deadly attacks had a new target in mind. plot was foiled by yesterday's apartment raid. meanwhile the state of the mastermind behind attacks remains unclear as a new round of raids take place overnight in brussels. he was not among the eight people arrested but human remains were found and they still need to be identified. also french lawmakers are due to vote on extending the state of emergency today and in bruseles -- brussels. there were seven raids. >> nicole: looking forward to that. official in honduras have detained with fake fas poarts. police saying there were no
signs to any links of last week's deadly attacks. they were turned away and sent back. they are apparently the first such cased of attempted illegal entry by syrians since central americans started keeping records five years ago. >> house of representatives to take up a bill today and improving screening for refugees seeking the u.s., fbi background checks, but president obama in philippines says there's already enough safe guards in place right now. >> the idea that somehow they pose a more significant threat an all the tourist entering the united states every single day, just doesn't jibe with reality, that's not what our law enforcement things, that's not what anybody who has looked at the problem thinks.
>> jo ling: this should not be about republican issue. >> we are going to do something about it tomorrow. >> jo ling: democrats says that the changes will shut down the refugee program. >> nicole: threatening to go on strike, more than 2,000 workers protesting what they say are poor working conditions and retaliation for unionizing. the union represents cleaners, wheelchair attendants, they plan to walk off, new york, kennedy airport. >> jo ling: out on the campaign trail for 2016 a new fox poll that donald trump continues to lead the race for the republican
nomination. mine while marco rubio at 13% followed by ted cruz at 11%, jeb bush and ben carson have 9%. trump is also releasing new radio ads in new jersey along with iowa and carolina and he's pulling no punches. >> i will also quickly and decisively bomb the hell out of isis, we will rebuild our military and make it so strong, no one, i mean, no one will mess with us. if i win we do not have to listen to politicians that are losing the war on terrorism. we will keep america safe and we will make america great again. >> nicole: that was donald trump's latest video ad. hillary clinton weighs in on isis today. the democratic front runner will describe her plan for defeating
isis e eliminating the threat it poses. >> jo ling: all right, let's get you caught up in the global action overnight. take a look at asia. shanghai up, nice, nikkei also north of 1%. >> nicole: let's take a look at europe in speak. asia and europe quicking again, all are rallying, ftse 1.3%. dax is up 1.7%. >> jo ling: u.s. stock market futures, 75 points going in opening bell. >> nicole: earnings from best buy, just to name a few. begins trading today at a far price lower than it had hoped. according to people familiar with the product, that's about 25% less than expectations. the company had said a price
change of 11 to $13, the weaker price puts square market capitalization at $2.9 billion. that's wayoff the 6 billion-dollar evaluation that it learned from private investors. it shows that public investors are going more skeptical with some of the enormous evaluations . square will begin trading on new york stock exchange, the symbol would be sq. dating operator matched public offering at $12 a share. bottom of proposed range. parent of tender and cupid. >> jo ling: that's right. a person familiar with the matter, pfizer is nearing dealing for as much as $150 billion. $53billion in annual sales with
products like viagra, botox, headquartered in ireland and that could help establish self-abroad. late last night, two companies were, indeed, in preliminary talks. >> nicole: also tomorrow the auto maker expect toddies cus initial recall plans. volkswagen faces a deadline tomorrow of how it plans to bring diesel cars into compliance. volkswagen is expected to announce spending cuts tomorrow with financial cheating emissions crisis. >> jo ling: yahoo and alibaba. investors send a letter to yahoo urging to sell the stake in the internet business and e-commerce
business. the letter reviewed by wall street journal, yahoo spin off $20 billion in share, carries too much risk. 35% this year. you remember just last year, starwood wanted to go through. >> nicole: its shares more than 20% in afterhours trading yesterday. fourth quarter results that beat expectations. 13% increase in dividends. fallen because of plunging sales. bryan kelly, strong earnings from cost and cost generation. >> jo ling: best buy aheading ahead of the opening. thirty-five cents a share.
revenue expected to be $8.8 billion, about half a billion in quarter last year. best buy needs good holiday season. we are also watching gap. earnings are expected to be down about 15% year over year. gap has been dealing with an ongoing decline with top line growth. retail continues to be a huge problem. >> nicole: the only part that's been good is old navy. >> jo ling: that's right. >> nicole: here is a look at the headlines. rising rates pose challenge to law. sharings of deal, regulatory fear, investors worry about completing the deals. workers at two major ford factories reject labor pact.
more than half rejected the deal. the final voting day is actually tomorrow. we will keep an eye on automakers. >> jo ling: coming up sell wireless services for half oh price of rivals but is that actually true. greatest bid to gain new subscribers and in sports. [laughter] >> he's doing a much better job now. >> jo ling: who else won the cy young award. houston rockets firing coach but did it do any good. we are looking at them now. 72 points up in the green and dow futures, we are first look at morning markets, fbn:am and breaking news. ♪ ♪
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>> jo ling: good morning, if you're just waking up. we are watching the markets, dow, s&p, nasdaq, up arrows across the board. >> nicole: 22 victories, houston astros, helped reach the playoffs for the first time since 2005. he was at the rockets game last night with james harden scored 45 points to lead houston team to battle in overtime. 3-point shot at the end of
regulation to force regulation. harden scored points. rockets win just hours after head coach was fired. let's turn it to the 76ers, well they were looking for first win last night. pacers were no pushovers. philadelphia still winless. 76ers are now 0-12 and six losses away from nba record, longest losing streak to start a season. not the record you want. next opponent charlotte hornets and athat would be on friday. >> jo ling: former nfl quarterback lost both of his parents within hour of each other yesterday. his father was ill and died of a heart attack in a florida hospital, then his mother joan
suffered a heart attack and died an hour later. they say you can die of a broken heart and i believe it. his parents had been married for 56 years. >> nicole: gee, isis issues a new threat. mayor of new york says there's not a credible threat. >> the people in nueva york city will not be intimidated. >> nicole: we will have the latest news on the manhunt. big ipo that's selling at a discount. it's going public to a price that's way low expectations. checking out u.s. futures. up arrows once again. s&p futures nearly 8, nasdaq futures up 16. you are watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪ ♪
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collision course with congress. >> jo ling: mobile payment from scare is going public today but a price well below expectations. take a look at that. >> nicole: cy young award winners celebrate. we will have all the highlights just for you. this is fbn:am, first look at what's moving in today's markets, latest breaking news and what to preponderate for your day ahead. >> jo ling: that's right, new york police department says it's aware of video showing images of time square, mayor de blasio says the city won't be intimidated. >> it's important to note that there is no credible and specific threat against new york city. nypd has been working very close with fbi and other federal partners and, i again, there's no specific and credible threat against new york city.
>> jo ling: produced and old images. >> nicole: we have breaking news developing this morning following last week's attack in paris. raids in belgium considering extending the state of emergency. ashley webster joins us now from paris with the latest, good morning to you ashley. >> good morning, nicole and joe, well, yes, the six raids overnight in brussels trying to track down the french suicide bomber that struck paris last friday. no word yet on whether any of the suspects were linked to the suicide bomber. meantime, the question remains what happened to the mastermind of the friday night attack here in paris, abdelhamid abaaoud. we still don't know his fate.
french authorities say dna testing will be done and we are waiting for the results of that. meanwhile there are discussions right now with the french lawmakers as to whether that state of emergency here in paris will be extended for another three months. in making that case, the french prime minister telling lawmakers, look, obviously this is a very real threat and terrorists could, indeed, start looking at chemical and biological warfare. same story in belgium as well where the prime minister there says he wants to amend the constitution to allow the detention of terror suspects and the ability to be able to keep them longer without actually charging them. in the meantime here in paris, word here, authorities are weary of large gatherings of people, that would include school trips
being told not to do that, big climate change congress held in paris at the end of the month, being told those marchs can no longer take place. no doubt, this is a city on inch and the authorities here want to take every step possible whether it's on the law enforcement side and to keep the people safe and they say they need to power to do that. nicole and jo, tbook you. >> nicole: thank you ashley webster giving us the latest on the ground. >> jo ling: officials in honduras have detected six syrians with six passports. there was no sign to any links in paris. the sixth man was turned away friday and, of course, sent back. their apparently the first such cases of attempted illegal industry by syrians into honduras since the central american country started keeping records five years ago.
>> nicole: house republicans to take a bill to improve screening refugees seek to go enter the u.s. president obama who is currently in the philipence -- >> just doesn't jibe with reality. that's not what our law enforcement thinks, that's not what anybody who has looked at this problem thinks. >> nicole: house speaker paul ryan says this should not be a partisan issue. >> this should not be about democrats and republicans. this is about keeping america safe. we are going to do something about it tomorrow.
>> nicole: democrats say the proposed changes would shut down the refugee program. >> jo ling: let's get you caught up in the global action overnight. in europe you see the cac in paris, ftse up 85 points. u.s. stock market futures looking in the green. dow futures up 72 points after the triple-digit close, yesterday in the green, fed indicated it could be time to raise short interest rate. >> nicole: mobile payment square and far price lower than anticipated. according to people familiar with the matter, shares at $9, 25% less than expectations. the company is to set 11 to $13. capitalization at 2.9 million. that is way off it had earned
from private investors. public investors are growing more skeptical of enormous valuations they are putting on private technology companies. square will begin trading on new york stock exchange today and the symbol sq. another note-worthy ipo, match group published offering at $12 a share at bottom of propoised change. >> jo ling: always watching those. it's up in the wireless price war offering to sell wireless service for half of the price of rivals. we will take a closer look at the finer print. encrypted app is closing down isis channels. dow futures up 72 points. you're watching fbn:am, your first look at morning markets and breaking news.
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promises it can't keep. mobile provider says it'll cut your cell phone bill in half in you show them your verizon or at&t bill and make the switch but a closer look at the fine print, consumers looked at it, it ends up being more than 20%. offer comes after t-mobile says it would offer free screen to go low-quality video. >> nicole: now the app said that blocked 78 different isis-related channels across 12 languages, however, this leaves private communication to use. new hot thing among jihadist. the group said the paris attacks would be the first of the storm. law enforcement sources
confirmed encrypted ads on cell phone that were believed to belong to paris attackers. >> jo ling: coming up isis issues a new threat but the major of new york city says it's not credible. >> people in new york city will not be intimidated. >> jo ling: we will have the latest news including live from paris on manhunt for suspects. selling at a discount already, mobile payment firm square is going public but at a price far below expectations and after yesterday's stock rally, let's take a look at u.s. futures. dow futures holding steady up 70 points. you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning marketing and breaking news. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪
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>> nicole: breaking news this morning. new york city mayor and police chief there's no credible threat to the city from isis terrorists. good morning, i'm nicole petallides. dow is up three days in a row. let's see if we can hold up to that rally. s&p futures up 7 as we heard possible rate hike again. >> jo ling: president obama threaten to veto screening to to refugees. >> nicole: mobile payment square is going public. we will take a look. >> jo ling: celebrating this morning and basketball houston rockets fire their coach but we will see if it did any good.
welcome to fbn:am, latest breaking news and what to expect at the day ahead. >> nicole: new york police department is aware of video, there's no current or specific threat to the city. >> there is as we have repeated frequently no city in america that is better prepared to defend and protect against a terrorist attack. >> nicole: adding the video appears to be produced and includes previously released images. the city won't be intimidated. separately isis claims it used a bomb made with a soda can to bring down that russian jet liner over egypt late last night that killed 224 people on board. >> jo ling: breaking developments this morning following last week attacks in paris, raids in belgium, seven of them add french lawmakers
extending the state of emergency. ashley webster joins us now from the very latest from paris. good morning, ashley. >> hey, good morning. critics already calling them but the belgium authorities saying, look, we have to get a handle on the terrorists and to operate within our country and so with that in mind they are proposing a series of steps including that lead to fight for isis if they return to the country. they will be immediately put in jail. they are also calling for the electronic tagging of anyone they believed to be a threat. people who are being radicalized by the islamic religion. they would like to keep terror suspects for 72 hours without any charges right now, that limit is 24 hours so that would laid the constitution to be amended in belgium. just gives you a sense of the
desire by authorities in both belgium and here in paris to try and get a handle on what's been quite a shocking development with regard to isis and its ability to strike fear. here in france as we speak, preñ prime minister telling lawmakers that we need the greatest powers possible to tractor rises. they are asking for an extension of state of emergency for another three months that would give them those powers including wiretapping to try and track the terrorists down. in the meantime, we did have more raids overnight. in brussels six raids trying to find out people that carried out the attacks last friday and, of course, we still don't know if the alleged mastermind behind the attack abdelhamid abaaoud was, in fact, killed in the very bloody raid just yesterday in the northern paris suburb. we still don't know.
french experts trying to determine if he died in the attack. life does go on but there's no doubt there's certainly apprehension in the streets of paris. jo, back to you. >> jo ling: ashley, thank you so much for that. you're on the ground in paris. >> nicole: traveling with fake passports. five of them were heading to the united states. no signs of any links to last week's deadly attacks in papa ris. the sixth man was turned away after arriving from el salvador and sent back. first such cases of attempted i -- illegal entry since it started keeping records five years ago. >> jo ling: enter the united states, measures include fbi background checks and sign-off flights.
there are already enough safe guards in place right now. >> the idea that somehow they pose a more significant threat than all the tourists that pour into the united states every single day, just doesn't jibe with reality. that's not what our law enforcement thinks, that's not what anybody that has looked at this problem thinks. >> jo ling: paul ryan disagrees and said this should not be a partisan issue. >> this should be about keeping america safe and knowing that isis is trying to infiltrate the refugee population. we are going to do something about it tomorrow. >> jo ling: democrats say the proposed changes will shutdown the country's refugee program, nicole. >> nicole: seven of the country's busiest airports on strike with start of buttyiest
holidays. service employees international union representing wheelchair attendants, baggage handlers, chicago and new york's kennedy airports. >> jo ling: on the campaign trail donald trump continues to lead the race for republican nomination in new hampshire. he leads with 27% of likely republican primary voters there. marco rubio coming with 13% and senator ted cruz at 11 pester. jeb bush and ben carson coming in with 9%. if you noticed the drop for ben carson and on the air waves trump is releasing new radio ads also iowa and south carolina. here is what he said. >> i will also quickly and decisively bomb the hell out of isis. we will rebuild our military and make it so strong, no one, and
no one will mess with us. if i win we will -- we will keep america safe and we will make america great again. >> nicole: the democratic front runner will describe her plan for defeating isis and eliminating the immediate threat it poses. the campaign statement also says mrs. clinton will have plan for combating. >> jo ling: hang seng 1.4%. >> nicole: let's take a look at what's going on in europe. don't forget yesterday. they are taking cue abroad here. the dax.
they'll be looking at the job's report on december 4th, that's for sure. mobile payments company square began trading today at a price lower than it had hoped. according to people familiar with the matter, $9 yesterday, 25% less than expectations. the company had set a price range earlier of 11 to $13. weaker price puts at $2.9 billion, that's way off. the ipo results shows that public investors are growing more skeptical of enormous valuations, venture capitalists are putting on private companies. square will begin trading today under the ticker symbol sq. another noteworthy ipo, match group priced initial public offering at $12 a share. that's at the bottom of the
range, proposed range. match.com okkcupid and tender. >> jo ling: pose a challenge to the health law. also shares reflect regular intlatory why discounts of purchased prices have investors worried about getting deals done. workers at two major ford factories reject a new labor pact, more than half of those voting so far have rejected this deal and the final day of voting, nicole is tomorrow. >> nicole: we will watch ford. coming up one of the biggest mystery in music history has been solved. we will tell you who carly says is so vain. we are seeing dow futures up 70, s&p over 7 and that's all coming up and sports. >> they popped a bottle of champagne, but must have been a
first time. he didn't do a very good job. [laughter] >> a much better job now. >> nicole: they are having fun. we will tell you who also won the cy young award. in basketball the houston rockets fired coach but didn't help. you are watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪ ♪ ♪ s of harmful rays will show up on your skin. time may not be on your side. learn how to protect your skin at spotskincancer.org
>> jo ling: finally reveals who she is singing about. she wrote the second verse about an old flame. he still thinks the whole thing is about him. >> nicole: she didn't reveal the other names because those guys would be in shock. lucky guy. let's take a look at u.s. stock index futures. one and a half percent or more gain yesterday. dow, nasdaq, s&p, today we are seeing up arrows. s&p up 7. >> jo ling: let's take a look at sports right now. cy young winners are in. chicago cubs claim the title, finished season at the top with 22 victories after the all-star
break. houston astros helped houston make playoffs for the first time since 2005. not bad. he was at the rockets game last night where harden scored 45 points to lead a houston team. 3 pointer at the end of regulation to force overtime and harden scored all nine points in overtime for houston to win 108 to 103. rockets win that came hours after coach michael was fired. interim head coach, we'll see if that works. david ortiz made video to announce season will be his last won, world series victory, ortiz best known for power hitting, 27
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two of the last three days. oil 40.84. strong across the board. euro, yen, stronger against the u.s. dollar. right here to ten-year bond as well. that's sitting at 2.25%. that's treasury yield as well. now we welcome back here to the states maria bartiromo. >> maria: hello, there nicole. i'm maria bartiromo, it is thursday november 19th, with me dagen mcdowell and recon capital kevin kelly. french police still working to confirm whether the mastermind was killed yesterday. police firing more than 5,000 rounds yesterday. at least two people were killed and eight others retained. this group was planning another attack targeting the financial district in paris. meanwhile in belgium authorities
there launching six raids near brussels linked to suicide bombers. focus on raids were on the antorage. he would veto any legislation requiring additional screening for syrian refugees. >> the overwhelming numbers who have been applying are children, women, families, themselves victims of terrorism. we already have in place the most vigorous bedding process that we have for anybody in this country. >> maria: refugees are already under much more scrutiny and refugee rhetoric will settle down. we will bring you the latest developments. turning to market action. take a look at where we stand. futures indicating higher ip opening, nasdaq higher as s&p 500, strength overseas as well
this morning. square and match groups set to start trading today. problem is they've priced below estimates. nine dollars a share way below expected range 11-13 a share. latest sign of weakening sentiments of offering and company valuations. ipo market has become a little shaky there. we will see how stocks open up. checking actions overseas. gains across the board. dax in germany up, cac almost 1% higher. asia overnight. similar story. major averages rising. december rate increase, looks like the markets are likely to see at this point. the others up one and a third percent. pretty much gains across asia.