>> donald j. trump icacaca complete total shutdown of muslims entering into the united states. >> cheryl: controversial plan to ban all muslims driveing rivals. >> nicole: good morning, i'm nicole petallides. sending dow sharply. >> lou: er. overnight we had disappointing chinese export data and now we check u.s. market futures. dow futures down 1 oh 0, s&p down 12 and a half.
>> cheryl: after sinking 5% oil prices are flat. crude 37.87, barely a gain overnight. >> nicole: suspicious 28,000-dollar deposit to syed farook's account. >> cheryl: life-time deal with sports giant nike. we will have all the details. >> nicole: dallas cowboys keep playoffs hopes alive in monday night football. find out who they are. it is all coming up next, we are just kicking off here. welcome to fbn:am, first look at what's moving in today's markets and what to expect for your day ahead.
>> cheryl: trump is calling for total and complete shutdown of muslims entering the united states. trump explained more about the statement. >> anybody here stays, but we have to be very vigilant, there's a lot of things going on. there's tremendous hatred, there's tremendous animosity and these are taking from people living in our country, muslims taken from muslims living in the country. that's amazing. >> cheryl: violence against is part of global jihad. many other gop contenders criticizing trump's plan.
jeb bush called him unhehinged. >> nicole: large amount of money was deposited to a bank account of one of the suspects of the san bernardino massacre. the shooters participated in target practice before the attack. jeff live in river side california with the latest developments. these developments are very telling, jeff, what are you learning now? >> they go considerably to premeditation, we are outside this morning of the home of enrique márquez. he is not to be believed to be a suspect but a raid at this home over the weekend. mr. márquez has information how
the guns got from him to the shooters in the rampage. more now about that transfer that you mention, indeed, some exclusive reporting from our friends at fox news that two weeks prior to the attack a bank transfer in the amount of $28,500 from webbbank.com. mr. farook made about $53,000 a year. made its way into his account, he took $10,000 out of that and there were three additional transfers of $5,000 apparently to his mother farook and authorities said yesterday that they are looking very closely at mrs. farook. in addition at the press conference they revealed what
you said at the outset there, the two shooters were going through some trouble to make sure that they were going to shoot straight in this attack. take a listen. >> we do have evidence have both of these subjects did some target -- participating in target practice and some ranges within the metro area or los angeles area. that target practice in one occasion was done within days of this event. >> and so it is no word from the fbi today on whether they will brief additionally but, of course, the information about bank transfer too and they have not talked about that openly yet. we will continue to watch it. >> nicole: we thank you very much. >> cheryl: paris flight from san francisco diverted.
the plan landed in canada without incident. the company describes the landing as a precaution. third air france to be diverted. it cost $54 million in november and lost revenue. it was concentrated from the local to and from the city of paris. >> nicole: senior u.s. official telling fox that the test was conducted on november 21st, missile has a range of 1200 miles and capable of carrying a nuclear weapon. all nuclear weapons are ban. >> cheryl: president obama had a lunch meeting with hillary clinton, the white house said
that the two had an informal meal that lasted about 90 minutes. they discussed a variety of topics but the lunch was mostly social. meanwhile clinton's detour companies from leaving the united states, exit tax t proposal requires company to pay u.s. taxes on deferred foreign earnings, clinton to expect to pay about corporate taxes in iowa tomorrow. >> nicole: asia, you have a big story, shanghai composite. fifth month for in a row. not good news. that hits all the commodities as well. >> cheryl: let's see how that's affecting european markets. same story. now spreading into europe. ftse down 35. cac down 26, dax is down as well. >> nicole: let's take a look at u.s. stock futures.
89 to give you perspective, s&p futures down 11. >> cheryl: energy sector was a big story yesterday. one of the things that hit the asian markets. they were up 22 cents right now but oil till well below the 40-dollar mark we hit yesterday. >> nicole: the dollar right, mixed bag, euro and japanese yen stronger against the greenback, pound, mexican peso, the other way around. >> cheryl: down 1.1 basis points. >> nicole: shares of chipotle fell yesterday after students became sick over the weekend. outbreak caused fears of more
food poisonous products. the e. coli outbreak to nine states including right here in new york. chipotle had closed restaurant in boston cleveland circle. the restaurant is very popular on campus. >> almost every night at 6:00 o'clock it was bcc students. >> nicole: no cases connected to be in massachusetts, but we have so many other states and it's affecting the stocks and the company. >> cheryl: stock to watch today certainly. people familiar with the matter say new rubber made are toxic combine. sharpy markers, no words of a possible deal about the combined company.
$14billion in annual sale. >> nicole: let's talk about the senate committee, the senate committee will focus on beer today. members of the judiciary committee will hear about beer prices, sab miller, it would be biggest beverage deal. agreed lación month to buy sab miller for about $108 billion, the purchase will create brewing giant dominating about 30% of the world's beer market. >> cheryl: t-mobile coming under scrutiny for popular ad compian promising to rip up service contracts and fees. ads are misleading. t mobile promises contracts and
fees but more than 90% of customers are lost two two-year loans. >> nicole: he plans to launch a new company by the spring of 2016 for a recent podcast reveal, plans for his return to the industry. he didn't offer any specifics but claims the new company would introduce software to a field in need of modernization. he leaves us hanging with that one. >> cheryl: chinese companies are trapped in ipo log jam. the government tight grip and some market crash, 675 companies sell 63 billion in stocks. investors bets on interest rates.
26.6billion of bets of treasury notes if the fed raises interest rates. taking a look at this one, star wars carries its own marketing weight. disney has decided to spend less on ads because the brand of star wars basically so incredible, so popular, you don't pay for marketing anymore. the movie just pays itself. by the way, no press screenings they announced. no reporters can now see the meeting before released. >> nicole: interesting. coming up the 300-million dollar man. >> i've had for quite a while. >> nicole: basketball star lebron james thrandz deal of a lifetime with nike $300 million and probably much more. we will have that story for you, over in sports tonight, cowboys
>> nicole: taking the stage for the very first time since the massacre in paris at tend of u2 concert. giving an emotional end to the event. u2 second and final show after having rescheduled their original dates in light of last night's attacks. # 5,000 fans were killed in the november 13th attacks tat baticlan venue. >> cheryl: what we are looking at here is sell nawf asia. that was released, that hit the asian markets, you will see with the shanghai, index losing 2%, nikkei more than 1%.
kospi down almost 1%. rough night for asia. >> nicole: cheryl, to your point, the bloomberg commodity is the lowest level since 1999 and the minors are getting hit hard. ftse is down and as the cac and dax as well. >> cheryl: now hitting home here in the u.s. right now we are pointing to a lower open. s&p looking lower by 12&a quarter and nasdaq in the red as well, guys. >> nicole: oil higher by 21-cents, 37.86, gold pulls back. >> cheryl: nike has signed cleveland cavaliers forward lebron james to a life-time deal. it is the largest single athlete guaranty in the history of the company.
a source close to the deal says it surpasses 300 million-dollar deal that nike signed with nba kevin durant last summer. lebron said it was humble by the offer. >> i'm just grateful that they believed in a >> nicole: very sweet. latest from the world of sports. the cowboys kept their playoff hopes alive during the monday night football game as they battled their way 19-16 win against washington redskins. last minute and a half, combined 17 points of scoring by game winning 54-yard field goal. they are tied for first in nfc
east and cowboys are one game behind. >> cheryl: unbelievable. >> nicole: on their way to new york. they are look to go break a five-year winning streak. watson is look to go keep the streak alive. suns took their fate to their own hands last night to pull off a last-second victory against chicago bulls. now phoenix is down 16 points going into the first quarter. that includes a last-second fead away. now that seals it. coming up, gop front runner donald trump coming under heavy fire for his plan to ban muslims for his plan to coming to the united states.
>> he is praying on the fears of the american people, it is called rebel rousing. >> nicole: we will have the latest from the campaign trail and follow the money. we will have the fox news exclusive on suspicious $28,000 that was deposited into syed farook's account. we will have a live report from california. let's check u.s. stock market futures. the minors are weak in europe, dow futures down 94. s&p down almost 12. you are watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪ ♪ sure, tv has evolved over the years.
>> donald j. trump is calling for a total and complete shutdown of muslims entering the united states. >> nicole: donald trump controversial plan to ban all muslims from coming to the united states drawing heavy fire from rivals. jeb bush calling trump, quote, unhinged. we will have the latest reaction. good morning, i'm nicole petallides. >> cheryl: good morning, i'm cheryl casone. collapsing oil prices knocked oil stocks yesterday, dow sharply lower. taking a look at futures right now. because of some data that we got from china a negative open here. dow pointing lower by 85. sibile marcellus pointing down by
>> cheryl: deposit just weeks before he and his wife carried the san bernardino massacre. >> nicole: basketball star lebron james becomes the 300-million dollar man inking a deal with sports giant nike. >> cheryl: yup, the cowboys kept playoff hopes alive. finalists are in, find out who they are. it is a shocking victory. welcoming to fbn:am, first look at what's moving in today's market and latest breaking news and what to expect on your day ahead. >> nicole: republican presidential candidate new proposal drawing swift condemnation, trump is calling for total shutdown of muslims entering into the united states.
trump explained more about the statement, it would not apply to people currently living in the country. >> anybody here stays, but we have to be vigilant, there's a lot of bad things going out. if you look at the polling numbers, there's tremendous amount of hatred and animosity, and these are taken from muslims living in the country, which is amazing. >> nicole: in his statement trump says a poll shows 25% agreed that violence against americans in the u.s. is justified as part of the global jihad. that poll is online survey conducted in june among 600 self-identified muslims and many other gop presidential contenders strongly criticizing donald trump's plan. jeb bush calls him unhinged. it shows more evidence that trump should not be president. >> cheryl: also breaking this
morning, 28,500-dollar deposit before the shooting massacre. the wife of one the shooting victims was on last night. >> i think the shooters was sending on getting my husband. i also think some of the other people that were killed were intended targets because of their religious views and because of discussions that they had had with the shooter as well . >> cheryl: stormed during the holiday party. >> nicole: nikkei and hang seng
drop over 1%. down again for the fifth month in a row and that puts a damper on things. >> cheryl: that carried over to europe. the story continues. ftse is down 30. cac 40 and dax 36. >> nicole: had been down 120 on the dow, dow futures down 77. s&p futures down nearly 10. >> cheryl: today is the plunging price of oil right now, 37.92. oil coming below 40 bucks yesterday. energy and material sector really around the world. >> nicole: before you head out the door, how about we take a look at the forecast with fox meteorologist maria molina. >> maria: i mean, we are talking about mile temperatures, a lot of sunshine, a few isolated areas where we are seeing showers and storms and one of
those areas is across south florida. a bigger system across northwest u.s. the rain continues to push on in and we are going to see several inches of potential rainfall, half a foot of rain and high elevations and even to sierra across california, you're looking 1-2 feet of snow. that's along the higher elevations. let's head over to you, nicole. >> nicole: thank you very much for the forecast. >> cheryl: coming it is official, kim card ash aib and kanye west announced name of baby boy. you want to stand up for this one. 60's rock icon but porsche 6,000 bucks.
we are seeing oil higher, gold pulling back. the truth of the plart is after a weak export out of asia it is affecting global markets, oil the lowest that we've seen since 2009. boom berg commodity lowest since 1989. >> cheryl: after much anticipation kim kardashian revealed the name of the baby boy. saint west. yeah, you heard that right. mom and baby doing well. [laughter] >> nicole: saint north. put down your ipads. porsche to be sold out for a far-out price. looks to break records when it is sold next week.
now the car was initially bought gray before asked to make it more her style. it came back painted from head to toe like images and her band members, joplin bought it for 4,000 bucks, now it could sell for more than 10 # times that. the auction will take place on december 10th, if you're interested. >> cheryl: interesting looking car, that's all i have to say about that one. coming up, gop front runner donald trump coming up under heavy fire to ban muslims from coming into the united states. >> he's mobilizing antimuslim sentiments, he's praying on the fears of the american people. it's called rebel rousing. >> cheryl: 28,000-dollar deposit
to syed farook's account. we are going to have a life report from you from california coming up. as we go to break, look at u.s. stock market futures. dow pointing lower by 78, s&p by 9 and three quarters. of course, continuing oil story. you're watching fbn:am, we've got your first look at morning markets always and breaking news. ♪ ♪ but what if you could see more of what you wanted to know? with fidelity's new active trader pro investing platform,
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we are going to have the latest reaction. good morning, everyone, i'm cheryl casone. >> nicole: good morning, i'm nicole petallides. lowest levels we've seen since 2009. overnight we had disappointing chinese data. let's look at u.s. stock market futures. s&p futures down 10. >> cheryl: after sinking 5% yesterday, oil prices flat and affecting markets around the world this morning. >> nicole: suspicious 28,000-dollar deposit to syed farook's bank account just weeks before he and his wife carried out the san bernardino massacre. we will have a live report from california. >> cheryl: basketball star lebron james becomes the 300 million-dollar man inking a life-time deal with sports giant nike. we will have the details. >> nicole: dallas cowboys keep
playoff hopes alive in monday night football and the highs and if i believists are in. find out who they are and see all the highlights. all coming right here on fbn:am, first look at what's moving in today's markets and the latest breaking news and what to expect on the day ahead. >> cheryl: republican presidential candidate donald trump new proposal brought condemnation, total and complete shutdown of muslims enter the united states. trump explained more about the statement saying the ban would not apply to people currently living in the country. >> anybody here stays, but we have to be very vigilant. when you look at the polling numbers that came out, there's tremendous hatred, animosity and these are taken of people living in the country, from muslims living in the country, which is amazing.
>> cheryl: in his statement that a poll of american muslimss show 25% that violence against americans is justified as par of a global jihad. that poll is an online survey conducted among 600 self-identified muslims. many contenders strongly criticizeing trump's plan. chris christie, shows more evidence that trump should not be president. >> nicole: also breaking this morning. fox has learned a large amount of money was deposited to a bank account of one of the suspects of the san bernardino massacre. meanwhile the fbi saying the shooters participated in target practice before the attack. we have jeff lock in riverside, california with the very latest wha. can you tell us jeff. >> jeff: first the transfer, indeed, some exclusive reporting from the fox news channel that an amount of $28,500 was transferred into the account of
syed farook about two weeks before the attack. this same from an entities called webbbank.com. obviously the first assumption would be if someone financed the attack. it appears though that authorities was investigating whether it was a loan that they took auto. 10,000 of that was used by syed farook. authorities are continuing to investigate mr. farook's mother. we are outside this morning, the home of enrique márquez, the man that authorities openly identified as the purchaser of two assault rifles that were used in the attack, she he is not believed to be subject of -- or least suspect in the attack but that he has more information that could flesh out what happened with mr. farook. in addition pursuant to that
last night on the hannity program on fox news channel, shawn talked to the wife of one of the victims that told him that she believes her husband was targeted because of his religious views. >> because of my husband being jew and because of the discussions, i think, the shooter was intended on getting my husband. i also think that some of the other people that were killed were also intipped intended targets because of their religious views and discussions that they had had with the shooter as well. >> jeff: fbi describing this as massive investigation. they have conducted 400 interviews and, of course, all that continues and we will continue to watch it throughout this day. >> nicole: thank you so much for all the developments in california. thank you, jeff.
>> nicole: iran has tested a medium-range missile. the test was conducted on november 21st, the my sill has range of 1200 miles and capable of carrying a nuclear war head. all ballistic my sill testing are ban by security council resolution. >> nicole: let's get you caught up on the global market action overnight n. europe down arrows in the heels of weaker export numbers. minor dropping 5% commodities down at the lowest civiles. cac and dax as well. >> cheryl: that's all affecting us stock market futures. s&p pointing lower by 10 points. >> nicole: let's check out some of the key commodities, oil higher by 23 cents.
37.88 a barrel. >> cheryl: in market news you want to keep your eyes on the stock today, shares of chipotle fell 6% in after hours trading. the outbreak caused fears of more food poisoning products. it had expanded to nine states. chipotle temporarily closed restaurant in boston. the straupt is very popular on campus. >> almost every night around 6:00 o'clock would run out the door mostly bcc students. >> cheryl: but it's good to note here that it all started out on the west coast with more than 40chipotle's closed there. >> nicole: stock down to
certainly affected with the matter. sharpie and baby strollers and coffee machine under one roof. no word of a possible deal. the company would have around $14 billion in annual sales. 7% and jarden gained nearly 4% yesterday. we will follow up on the the story to get more. >> cheryl: a lot of stocks to watch. we will bring this one. the 300-dollar man. >> i've had a smile on my face for quite a while. >> cheryl: basketball star beb roan james, deal of a lifetime worth $300 million and probably a lot more. in sports, yeah, the cowboys keeping playoff hopes alive on monday night football and the
s&p by 9 and a half, a lot of it is news out of china. 37.87. we lost a lot of ground yesterday. we are up 21 cents right now. >> nicole: nike has signed lebron james to a lifetime deal. it is the largest single athlete guaranty in company history. company spokesman would not say how much nike paid but a source told the espn that it easily surpasses the 10-year 300-million dollar agreement that nba with kevin durant last year. despite signing lifetime endorsement deal with nike, lebron split the bill with friends at the table. lebron james has been with nike since he entered the nba, starting with seven-year, 93 mf million dollar deal and he can't
stop smiling with the nike deal. >> cheryl: did you hear about the cowboys? guess this, they are keeping playoff hopes alive. last minute and a half included combine 17 points of scoring by -- this is something, bailey game-winning 54-yard field goal. that's far if you don't like football. they are tied first in nfc east. all right. let's talk highs man trophy. finalists are in and on way to new york. 5-year winning streak from quarterback. looking to keep the streak alive. announced actually this saturday night. milwaukee bucks came back with
just seconds to go. three-pointer that cut the lead to one. the trail blazers had one last chance but gave it away. >> nicole: coming up we will run global market action before we hand it over to mornings with maria. stay with us fbn:am, we are watching the markets, dow futures down and s&p down 9 and a half. ♪ ♪
>> nicole: we are seeing pressure on global markets, you have commodities under pressure. dow futures down 78, has been down 120. s&p down nearly 10. and looking at oil, don't forget the global oil numbers have actually, the levels have been in the lowest levels since 2009. right now 37.92 and gold pulling
back act four bucks. good morning to you, nebraska. >> maria: hello, i'm maria bartiromo. with me fox business network dagen mcdowell and jon hilsenrath. this time for comments on muslims coming into the united states. listen. >> donald j. trump is calling for a total and complete shutdown of muslims entering the united states. >> maria: most of his rivals quick to take on the proposal. jeb bush calling bush unhinged. this highlights trump's lack of political experience. what this means to the 2016 race, coming up. fox news exclusive. officials are looking at a 28,500-dollar deposit into syed
farook's account. another day of losses as you can see here. that sort of set the tone for global markets. breaking news, latest reading of optimism showing that owners are feeling worse about the economy today and the outlook is weak. we will talk to chief economist bill and get more on that coming up. take a look at oil. that was a move yesterday. setting a negative tone. fractional rebound here but still bellow 38 a barrel. 37.91. checking the action overseas this morning. in europe decline across the board as well. down about half a percent a piece. in asia overnight, following that china economic data and the sharp drop in oil prices, exports were down for the fifth month and shanghai