>> cheryl: breaking this morning, black friday maddens is well underway. the turkey has been cleared from the table and it's time to shop. we will have the busy day of the year. >> nicole: not everyone is in the shopping spirit. [shouting] >> nicole: protests are expected in chicago today after the release of a video of a white police officer shooting a black teenager, protesters vowing to shut down if they don't meet
with the mayor, rahm emanuel. live report from the windy city. >> cheryl: short and trading day in the united states. futures slightly down. nasdaq up a point in the premarket. >> nicole: german police arrest two men in berlin after suspect attack and this after country diedzs -- decides to beef up security. >> cheryl: american draped in the american flag jumped over the fence, all this happening while the obama family was inside for thanksgiving, we will have all the latest details for you, the panthers stay undefeated and tony romo may be out for the rest of the season. we will have all of the thanksgiving day highlights for
you, we welcome you to fbn:am, first look at what's moving in today's market, latest breaking news and what to expect for the day ahead. >> cheryl: here is what you can expect. black friday, unofficial start of the holiday shopping season. the national retail federation says about 100 million people across the country are expected to shop today. but some people are getting ahead start on thanks thanksgiving, macy's has 15,000 shoppers in manhattan yesterday. california, hundreds of people waited outside the best buy store to get the best deals. >> i never get a chance to buy something luxury like this, so now i've got it. [laughter] >> nicole: we have a section of
calling for an investigation into that, calling for resignation of the police superintendent as well as state coroner in cooke county. they want to meet with the mayor. yes,jesse jackson asking that they come out here. magnificent mile today. like we said at 11:00 o'clock and shut it down. i don't know what stomach people will have for shotting with that going on. >> nicole: jeff in chicago, thanks, jeff. >> cheryl: more and more shoppers are avoiding the in-store block friday crowds and shopping online instead. a record of number of consumers using mobile devices for shopping thanksgiving black friday sales are out there. 4500 websites.
adobe says between midnight about $1 billion worth on online sales. 22% from the previous thanksgiving. adobe projects mobile sells up. >> nicole: target taking a new approach for black friday this year, looking for the big bargains, employees looked inside to send orders to customers who ordered online. target is hope to go cut into tradition such as amazon and target assembled a small team of workers to pack up some of the orders placed through target.com earlier in the day. >> cheryl: let's get you caught up on global action right now. here is what's happening over now. shanghai taking a big hit this morning, down 5 and a half as
they approach their close and hang seng almost down 2%. >> nicole: big probes into financial institution and that's why you see the big more. dax squeezing out a gain and the cac and the ftse are to the downside. ftse down one quarter of 1% now. >> cheryl: let's look at u.s. stock market futures, shortened day by all of us here, s&p lower by just one and a quarter and nasdaq looking higher by 2. >> nicole: german special forces unit search an islamic cultural center thursday and found a, quote, suspected dangerous object in one of the suspect's vehicle, they'll now support the military campaign against isis militants in syria to stay out of the conflict.
germany does not plan to conduct air strikes in syria. which i >> cheryl: well the north lawn of the white house was on lockdown after a man jumped the fence while the first family was celebrating thanksgiving. joseph scaling the fence while draped in the american flag and clinching a binder in his mouth. he was immediately arrested and will likely face criminal charges. second layer of spikes after a previous jumper. >> nicole: imposing sanctions and canceling investment projects. the move in response to video. turkey shooting down plane. russia insists it never strayed from syrian airspace.
russia suspending military operation including closing down the emergency hotline to share information on air strikes. turkey's president has requested a meeting with president putin in paris on monday. >> cheryl: french president gets one step closer to form a coalition to fight isis after paris attack. president françois hollande met with vladimir putin in moscow where they agreed and coordinate strikes in syria. however, remains at odds, russia supports assad who western country's blame for syria's civil war and they want him removed from power. >> nicole: authorities have stepped up their man hasn't for suspects in daily terrorist attacks. mohamed is wanted for allegedly
driving the to paris, salem is said to cross. >> cheryl: malian government said arrest would shed on motivation on the attack. two gun men storm it had hotel killing 19 people including an american aid worker. an american islamist group has claimed responsibility for that attack. >> nicole: well, 2016 candidates took a break from talking turkey on the campaign trail to actually eat some turkey. hillary clinton spent time in miami. respectively and ted cruz played cuban dominoes and watched the hunger games in his home state
of texas. in miami jeb bush broke his diet to eat stuffing. bernie sanders family men view included ben and jerry's vanilla ice cream and who could forget gop winter donald trump, he spent the holiday inn breezy palm beach florida. >> cheryl: of course, he did. a new federal election commission report reveals that the dnc ended can 100,000 net loss for october. rnc chairman said that in a statement that impressive fund raising from the party's
ambitious efforts on the ground. >> nicole: e. coli outbreak that made 19 people ill has been traced to a celery and onion mix. no deaths have been reported. california farm has recalled 154,000 lots of products from various grocery store chains. outbreaks after chipotle was linked to case of infection. >> cheryl: coming up. >> the force according to you. >> cheryl: star wars releases trailer and this time on the dark side. the season's most anticipated movie. coming up in sports.
>> you are chancing it when you come back. tony romo, here is the question, is he out for the rest of the season? we are going to have the latest on mr. romo's injury. there's a lot of them. check into u.s. stock futures, take a look at dow, s&p and nasdaq. s&p lower by a point. nasdaq up by 1.7. short market day today. you are watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪ ♪ ♪
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>> cheryl: kind of scary right. a new incident -- extended trailer, launch released on facebook. a deeper look at the movie's villan. harrison ford makes another appearance, lucky for me. there was no sign of sky can have walker. it was viewed a 100 million times. the force awakens hit theaters december 18. expected to shatter all box office record. >> nicole: shooting to the top of the uk charts. the dance track by an unanimous target by dj inappropriate is number one on the viral chart. ♪ ♪ ♪ >> nicole: islamic phrase
meaning god is great. terrorists have been known to shout exact words but music industry and analyst say that is the song is event after the recent terror attacks. >> cheryl: for the first time yesterday an ad for the film about football-relateed brain trauma appeared during game. opens in theaters on christmas day, it's been described as the film the nfl doesn't want you to see. the film stars will smith as the american immigrant who made the first discovery or the football-related brain trauma ste in a professional player t doctors struggle for the truth to be known. sony pictures said that quite a few spots for ran during thanksgiving games. >> nicole: from that, we are going to take it right now to the latest. kick it off with brett favre, return to green bay as he had the number retired at half time
with the lights of farve. bears to be down the packers 17-13. rogers injured his nonthrowing fist. they beat cowboys on first appearance on thanksgiving by 33-14. carolina scored twice from interceptions from on the ri romo. he injured the left collarbone. >> cheryl: again. >> nicole: exactly. he's done for the year. we will see. however the cowboys jason garrett won't rule romo out just yet. the lions had a field day against the eagles by 45-14. threw five touchdowns on the
day. five in a game in his career. this is the eagles third straight loss and second in a row where they have given 45 points to opponent. things don't look to get any easier as philadelphia play it is patriots and that will be next week. >> cheryl: wow, well, before you head out the door let's take a look at the forecast with fox meteorologist maria molina. >> maria: we are tracking the massive storm system across the center of the nation, we are going to be dealing with it for days, some areas started dealing with it as early as yesterday morning, texas, panhandle and even ice that has been accumulating out here, that's really been the big concerns across from texas, oklahoma and even into kansas and even in new mexico we have been seeing accumulate out there. a half of inch of ice in some of
the areas. so, of course, we will keep a close watch on it. the other problem with the storm system as well is that we are dealing with a lot of heavy rain and forecast as heavy as 6-inches of rain accumulation across texas and even parts of eastern oklahoma, arkansas and southern missouri, so we have a number of flood watches in effect because of that concern. and temperature wise to the east of that storm system, take a look at some the morning, mild in the 50's in places like boston and in new york city as we head farther south temperatures in the 60's across gulf coast. >> nicole: millions taking advantage of this year's black friday deals. >> i waited six days for five tvs. my total saving is $1,400, $1,400. >> cheryl: that's pretty great
1,400-dollar savings. all you need to know about the shopping day. protesters planning to shut down one of chicago's biggest protest o. check u.s. stock futures here. they see a mix bag. s&p just turned positive, not even 1 point. dow futures are down 19 and nasdaq up about 7. shanghai dropped. you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪
>> nicole: black friday maddens is well underway. turkey has been cleared from the table and it's time to shop, maybe, we will see. all you need to know for the busiest shopping day of the year. good morning, i'm nicole petallides. >> cheryl: good morning, i'm cheryl casone. not everyone is in the shopping spirit. [shouting] >> cheryl: protests are expected in chicago today after the release of a video of a white police officer shooting a black teenager. protestors to shut down the magnificent mile shopping area if they don't meet with rahm emanuel. we are will bring you the latest details coming up from the windy city. >> nicole: dow futures down 12 while s&p just turned positive and nasdaq which really has been the best of the bunch here for the month nasdaq up 9 for the futures right now.
>> cheryl: german police arrest two men in berlin after being tipped off from a suspected attack. the country beefs up campaign on syria. >> nicole: another security breech at the white house. jumps over the fence, all this happening while the obama family was inside for thanksgiving. we will have all the details. >> cheryl: i like the hands up gesture on that one. the panthers undefeated and tony romo may be out for the rest of the season and bears beat the packers. good morning, you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and what to expect on your day ahead. >> nicole: about 100 million people across the country are
expected to shop today. some people getting a head start on thanksgiving. macy's says about 15,000 shoppers were at the 6:00 p.m. opening in manhattan yesterday. in california hundreds of people waited outside this best buy store to get the best deals. >> i don't get a chance to buy luxurious things like this and now this is my opportunity, and i got it. >> nicole: he's so happy. [laughter] >> nicole: national retail federation 3.7 increase in sales this year to more than $630 billion for this holiday shopping season. >> cheryl: that's a lot. a section of chicago michigan avenue is well known for upscale shops but angry protestors with the death of black teen may shut down the popular districts on one of the busiest shopping days of the year. what are they expecting today?
>> i may not be the busiest shopping day of the year f we walk out in the rain perhaps you get a perspective of what the magnificent mile looks like, a line with lights but chicago has, of course, been the subject of protests over the course of the past several days now since the release of that video. protests i would say have been largely nonviolent although some protestors did tear the lights of the chicago tree and a lot of damage that perhaps can be done in michigan avenue. we don't want to hope that happens but it may have a chilling effect out today. the protests to begin at 11:00 o'clock local time, noon eastern time and we will be here throughout the morning and throughout the day, check out black friday in chicago and see
what it turns out to be, cheryl. >> cheryl: jeff out in chicago, thank you. >> nicole: more and more shoppers are avoiding the in-store black friday crowds and shopping online instead. a record number of consumers using mobile devices for shopping sales. adobe at 4500 websites between midnight and 5:30 about $1 billion worth of online sales have been generated. that's 22% from the previous thanksgiving. adobe projects mobile sales, that is record. >> cheryl: target is taking a new approach to black friday this year even before shoppers pushed through the door of target stores looking for those bargains, target employees worked inside the store and target is hope to go cut into traditional online retailers like am disown and assembled a
small team of workers and one quarter of 1800 u.s. stores to pack up some of the order that is were placed through target.com earlier in the day. bricks and mortar fighting back. >> nicole: we will have the latest on the pocket-size gadget. who is all that shopping for? >> cheryl: me. >> nicole: we will tell you how much people are spending on themselves this holiday season. let's check out u.s. stock index future. dow futures down 18, s&p and nasdaq futures to the upside, fractional moves here and that's what you would like to hear, mix bag here, you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪
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>> cheryl: breaking news this morning, black friday maddens well underway. turkey has been cleared from the table and it is time to shop. we are going to have all you need to know for the busiest shopping holiday of the year. good morning. >> nicole: not everyone is in the shopping spirit. [shouting] protests in chicago after release of a video. black police officer shooting a -- white police officer shooting a black teenager. live rrt -- report from the
windy city. >> cheryl: s&p, nasdaq barely pointing higher. >> nicole: german police arrest two men in berlin after being tipped off after attack. we will have the latest developments just ahead. >> cheryl: yet another security breech at the white house. a man draped in the american flag jumps over the fence and all of this is happening while the obama family was inside for thanksgiving w we will have the latest details for you. >> nicole: in sports panners in stay undefeated and on tony romo may be out for the rest of the season. brett favre is honored. we will have all the game highlights for you. welcome to fbn:am, first look at what's moving in today's markets, latest breaking news and what to expect for your day ahead. >> cheryl: well, as you can see
by that fun little graphic, yup, it's black friday. the national retail federation is about 100 million people across the country are expect today shop today but some people getting a head start. in california hundreds of people waited outside of the best buy stores to get the best deals. >> i don't get an opportunity to buy luxurious things and i got it. >> cheryl: 3.7% increase in sales this year to more than $630 billion for this holiday season. wow. >> nicole: i hope everybody is as happy when they get the purchases. upscale shops but angry protestors over the death of a black teen may shut down the popular shopping district on one
of the busiest shopping days of the year. jeff is with more on that. good morning, jeff. >> good morning to you, the magnificent mile blazing behind me, i tell you, a combination of both this weather which right now is featuring a lot of wind, a lot of rain as well as protestors expected later in the day may have a real chilling affect on this year's black friday shopping along this magnificent mile. may not be so magnificent. protest at 11:00 o'clock local time. noon eastern time. this may be the largest as we battle the wind out here and the rain. this may be the largest protest that takes place since the release of that dash cam video that depicted a white chicago police officer shooting a teenager black -- a black teenager in chicago. people very upset about the fact that it took a year to bring charges against that officer
when a tape existed that was so dramatic and a lot of people asking questions about why it took so long for the tape to be released as well. so perhaps some valid questions being asked in chicago all come to go a head here perhaps today along the magnificent mile on black friday, jesse jackson putting out a call to chicago resident asking the people to come down to the magnificent mile and, quote, shut it down on black friday. we'll see if that happens. we will be back throughout the morning and throughout the day, cheryl, nicole, thank you. >> nicole: we look forward for the updates throughout the day on the protest. >> cheryl: more and more shoppers are avoiding crowds and shopping online instead. early reports indicate that a record number of consumers using mobile devices were shopping for thanksgiving black friday sales. track sales at 4500 websites. adobe says between midnight and
5:30 p.m. about $1 billion of online sales had been generated. up 22%. 22%. adope protects total mobile sales. all of it is going to be a new record so watch out. >> nicole: coincides with the latest spending numbers but whatever, let's see what you do. target taking a new approach for black friday this year even before shoppers push through the doors of target stores looking for the bargains, employees worked inside the store to send orders to customers who ordered online. target assembled mall teams of workers about one quarter in 1800 stores to pack up some of the orders placed through target.com earlier in the day. >> cheryl: let's get you caught up on global action overnight. kind of a rough market in
shanghai in particular as nicole mentioned earlier in the show. the government is starting to investigate big banks there. shanghai down 5 and a half percent. kospi fractionally down. >> nicole: ftse is to the downside while the cac and dax gained roughly two tenths of one percent. u.s. market futures looking like this, we may have a greenbay opening for all three markets based on these numbers. >> nicole: german police arrested two men of suspecting of planning an attack in berlin raid on thursday. german special forces found quote suspected dangerous object in one of the suspect's vehicles. after direct appeal from france, germany will now support the military campaign against isis militants in syria. germany has stayed out it have the conflict but will commit military personnel and hardware
to the campaign. germany still does not plan to conduct air strikes in syria. >> cheryl: well, the north lawn of the white house was on lockdown for three hours after a man jumped the fence while the first family was inside celebrating thanksgiving, a series of strikes images showing joseph with flag and binder in his mouth. >> he hopped over the bigger ones. i was like, it's about to go down. we started kicking it and we ran and police was like move, move, move. >> cheryl: okay, so he was immediately arrested. likely to face criminal charges. he was able to climb the fence. >> nicole: russia retaliates against turkey imposing
sanctions on import and canceling major investment projects, the move in response to shocking video where turkey shooting down a russian war plane and killing pilot after it claimed it disregarded orders from leaving airspace. russia is also suspending all military cooperation with turkey including closing down emergency hotline to share information on those air strikes. turkey's president has requested a meeting with russian president putin in paris on monday. there will be plenty of tension there, i'm sure. >> cheryl: absolutely. coming up. >> we all need to run. >> cheryl: star wars releases the latest trailer for force awakens. this time the focus on the dark side. the season's most anticipated
movie. coming up in sports. you're always chancing it when you come back. >> cheryl: yeah, when you come back too early, maybe. ontony romo, full report on his injury. game highlights and we have a bunch of them for you. we want to check futures, dow, s&p and nasdaq pretty flat for the open on this friday, dow may come up with a little bit with a green number. we will see. you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪ ♪
>> has to be felted. >> nicole: that is the new extended trailer for the highly anticipated and harrison ford makes another appearance. there's no sign of the familiar hero luke skywalker. 1.5million times since it was posted on thanksgiving morning. the force awakens hits theaters on december 18 already expected to shatter box office records. [laughter] >> cheryl: wait for the second week. let's take a look at the latest from the world of sports. return to green bay to see the number retired at half time to congratulate him, however, the
bears took down the packers 17-13, rogers injured his nonthrowing wrist. he would come back to finish the game but they could not turn final two drives into point. panthers are still undefeated. 11-0 on the season, they beat the cowboys in first appearance on thanksgiving by score 33-14. carolina defense scored twice and two intercemcións from on tony romo, speaking of romo, he has injured left collarbone. happened towards the end to have third quarter, reports say he's done for the year and jason garrett won't rule romo just out yet. 70-68. 22 points including the final free throws. hot start at 3-1 and also beat ucla for the first time in the season. the win against the irish in
>> nicole: let's take a look here. big selloff in shanghai that was down 5 and a half percent. we've seen all up arrows now. all up arrows now. we will see if they make it in three days in a row. oil and crude, oil crude is down 2.2%. it's down about 7% for the month and gold also losing about 6 bucks and currencies, we've seen a very strong u.s. dollar, we are seeing across the board. the euro weaker against the dollar, the yen higher against the u.s. dollar this morning. we are turning it right over to mornings with the maria and we will say good morning to dagen mcdowell. >> dagen: it was uneventful. i didn't get in a car accident, so there's always that.
thank you -- i'm thankful for that. thank you so much, nickel. maria bartiromo has the morning off. it's friday, black friday november 27th, with me cheryl casone and dominic and none of them look like they have a turkey hangover. [laughter] >> dagen: biggest shopping day of the year black friday and maddens well underway. many people didn't even wait to finish thanksgiving dinner before starting to shop. in chicago, protestors look to go disrupt the magnificent mile today, they continue to demonstrate days following the release of a black teenager being shot and killed by a white police officer. we have a live report lathe this hour. tensions remain higher between russia and turkey. his country will cooperate on
war on isis for now that warned that there's a risk if there's another ib kiddent like the russian fighter jet being shot down by turkey. turning to markets, a couple of brokerage firms there are being investigated. here in the united states markets are open until 1:00 p.m. this afternoon. futures are up across the board after a slight gain on the dow on wednesday. it was a big day for football. green bay continue to struggle fail to go score on last-midnight drive. the chicago bears taking the 17-13 victory. the carolina panthers remained undefeated beating the dallas cowboys 33-14. panthers defense return twog interceptions for touchdowns and as cheryl casone predicted this loss -- >> cheryl: i did.