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nicole: breaking news this morning, trump protestors turn violent and police say angry rioters in portland were smashing windows and throwing rocks at officers. good morning, i'm nicole petallides. lauren: protests coming after historic meeting after president elect donald trump and president obama to discuss the peaceful transition of power. nicole: let's check out the futures today. trump record breaking led by stocks, 215 points, the dow on track for a 5% gain of the weeks, best in five years. check out the u.s. stock market
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futures. hold it, we do see down arrows. has to go down some time. >> down 14. s&p futures down 6. lauren: modest kleins down. overseas in asia after soring 7% yesterday stocks in japan and higher, tech out nikkei and china shanghai composite up .8%. lauren: 44.38 the bar real. lauren: we have to talk about disney. earnings disappoint as revenues town at espn. nicole: 25 unanswered points to roll over cleveland browns, traditionally rivalry heads up to the football field as duke upsets unc. lauren: 5:01 a.m. in the new york. good morning, november 11th, veterans day. we honor veterans today and
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fallen heros, welcome to fbn:am. we do want to remind you stock market is open, the banks and bond markets are closed. nicole: breaking this morning, protestors taking to the street across president elect donald trump for a second night. this time the protests turned violent. estimated 4,000 people marching portland, oregon, police calling the protests there riot after store windows were smashed and dumpster was set on fire downtown. demonstrators shut down freeway and a number of people were arrested. lauren: donald trump just tweeted just had a successful election now professional protesters incited by the media protesting, very unfair. other protests taking place in cities like new york, denver and
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chicago. nicole: president obama and president elect donald trump meeting at the white house following trump's election, with more on that we go over to blake berman. blake: what a few dairches a few days and a few weeks can make. president obama and president elect trump sitting with each other for what the president described a, quote, excellent conversation, the first time the two had ever met each other. the goal to ensure a smooth transition. >> i want to emphasize to you mr. elect, that that we now are going to want to do everything we can to help you succeed because if you succeed then the country succeeds. >> we discussed a lot of different situations, some wonderful and some difficulties. i very much look forward dealing with the president in the future
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including counsel. blake: future first lady who was shown by the white house by the first lady and the vice president elect met with the vice president as well. back to you in new york. nicole: thank you, blake berman. lauren: donald trump talking to gop congressional leaders. >> president elect went to capitol hill to met with republican leaders, speaker paul ryan and mitch mcconnell on the senate. of course, there is tax reform and tax relief with fewer tax bract -- brackets. 2 and a half trillion dollars.
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tax receipts could help the trillion dollar plan, many democrats favor a big infrastructure program. of course, republicans want to repeal and replace obamacare and mr. trump has proposed an immigration security plan that includes building the wall on the border with méxico. after his meeting with mcconnell, the president elect told reporters his top priorities were healthcare reform, immigration and jobs. big league jobs. back to you in new york. lauren: was that big league or bigly? ryan telling fox bret baier on special report that the republican party is now unified. >> donald trump heard something out there in america that no one us heard. he heard and saw a movement out there and this -- he pulled off, like i said yesterday, one of the most political feats i have
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seen in my lifetime. it is an amazing thing. lauren: ryan added that he will do spectacular things for the american people and now we just wait and see. nicole: record run for stocks after the election of donald trump, bank stocks charging higher on hopes of decreased regulation. what will happen to this trump rally? can it continue? we two over to gary, fox news contributor, gary, first of all, we saw the initial gee-network reaction where stock futures were down 800, we open slightly lower and we have taken off. we are at 45%, gary, does this continue? >> it's going to go a little bit more and what it tells you how bad the regulations are, when you have banks 10% because of dismantling of a certain regulation, that tells you how repressive they were and this is all god news but let me make a very important statement before
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everybody goes crazy, the nasdaq is acting terrible, the big techs are acting terrible, futures are down whopping 45 after rough day yesterday. it's not everything being brought. it's just the economic stocks being bought, there's a lot of areas being left so i think this continues a little bit more and then i think we probably stop dead for a little while. lauren: speaking of the positives, though, i want to discuss some of the biotechs and drug stocks, ibb, up 14 and a half percent in two days. what do you make of that one in. >> it tells you that government regulation, government tamping on the head of capitalism hurts and that's why these things have been down. what you have now is the potential, not 100% definite but the potential these companies not to have to worry about pricing and every little thing they. do you to realize that for the
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last eight years, government's big hand has been all over business. they destroyed the coal industry. guess coal stocks, they had a monstrous move. let's hope trump follows through with it but all bets that he's going to do it and quickly. are you bullish or bearish the market? thank you. >> thank you. lauren: i guess it wasn't as bad as we thought. we had a nice week for stocks. a united nations that iran nuclear dea. iran is exceeding the limit on heavy water stockpile. heavy water is a potential concern because it is used in retors that produce substantial amounts of plutonium. a potential path to nuclear weapons. this marks the second time iran stepped over the limit. the report came out shortly after iran demanded the u.s.
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stick to the deal following the election of donald trump. nicole: let's get you caught up in the global market action overnight, we had a volatile week. let's see what happened in asia. the nikkei dropped 5% and then up. let's see overnight trading last night this comes on the heel of record day on wall street. right now here is the close. nikkei relatively flat. that was 3 quarters of wasn't percent. korea kospi 1%. lauren: let's flip it to europe. ftse in london down 1.1%. lawmakers there are proprepare today vote against negotiations when it comes up to parliament. the cac in paris is down and however the dax in germany gaining two tenths of 1% this friday. nicole: this has been a great week for 401(k)'s and tow over 5%, haven't seen a gain like
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that for the week in five years, look at this, pulling back a little bit. dow futures down 21, s&p down 6, we saw sector by sector reacting to donald trump. not everything was higher. lauren: let's check out commodities, oil to the downside. downside. nicole: i should say president elect donald trump. the euro mexican peso and canadian dollar weaker against the u.s. dollar. uk pound and japanese yen are stronger against the greenback. lauren: the yield down the ten-year treasury standing at 2.1%. nicole: that's huge. lauren: yes. nicole: wallet disney with lower ad sales and describers at espn, shares are slightly higher in premarket trading following gains after the closing bell. there's a look at the bid, close
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at 494.96.ibers have been cuttig the code. lauren: world's biggest sale is underway. singles day in china, 11-11. single's day. not to be bad that your single, you go shopping, the goal for this year $20 billion in sales. nicole: they make a lot o. no
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saddens there. tim cook, facebook ceo mark zuckerberg are weighing in with political messages for employees and. if you voted for donald trump you may not feel too welcome at grub hub, you won't believe what that ceo had to say. it is veterans day. banks are closed, bond market closed, stock market open. check out u.s. stock market futures, down 24, down 7 for the s&p. you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news.
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lauren: good morning, and happy friday, 5:15 in new york. antitrump protests breaking out for the second straight night following the election. portland police calling the protests there awry yacht. several people arrested after demonstrators broke windows and started a dumpster fire. mean while donald trump met with president obama for the first time yesterday. two put aside differences in a 90-minute sit-down in the oval office. trump called the president a good man and said the meeting was quote, a great honor. trump later met with republican congressional leaders paul ryan and mitch mcconnell. in the markets we are keeping eyes on disney.
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shares fell after the company's profit and revenue both missed wall street expectations, get this, shares rebounding after ceo bob reassured investors that he was bullish on the cable giant espn, he said deals with hulu and at&t direct tv could help the company attract millennial consumers for opting out of traditional cable. let's check on overall market. see how stock market futures adoing. mind you this week dow is up 919 points, of course, it's giving a little bit of that back today. s&p futures down 7 points and nasdaq which is up 162 points this week is giving 45 back this morning, nicole. nicole: holding on. good day, here is a look at some of the headlines of today's edition of the wall street journal. donald trump's win is fueling bets on inflation and rising prices, bond markets highest level since summer of 2015. ten-year inflation rate is
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suggesting prices will rise nearly 2% for the next ten years. china and donald trump may copper a red hot bet, winning streak is the longest on record, a sign that investors believe economic growth improving for the united states. tighter inventories are sparking retail holiday optimism. with just two weeks until black friday executives at the nation's biggest department stores say they are seeing sign that is consumers are turning their attention from voting over to shopping. lauren: nicole, yours trul eye will be camped out on a store, say a prayer for me. peter teal could be joining donald trump's transition team. sources are telling that investor has agreed to go on board and he spoke at the republican national convention when mr. colleagues did not. teal suggested in the past that he would informally advise
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donald trump and now the billionaire who drove controversy in silicon valley because he was the only person in tech sector to publicly support donald trump. nicole: mark zuckerberg facing charges ha he -- that it influenced the election. mark zuckerberg said big news was a small amount of the content and there was misinformation posted about both candidates. he also said that there was plenty of real news on that site and it's up to users to assess that. lauren: tim cook is calling for unity and asking employees to move forward in a memo obtained by buzz feed, cook acknowledge that had the election produced strong feelings but he said the company will not change its policies or its commitments, he did acknowledge there will be uncertainties going forward.
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trump has cede he would force appear toll manufacturer products in the u.s. but positive for apple will be repatrioting profits, right, nicole in. nicole: in sports baltimore ravens scored 25 unanswered points to roll over cleveland browns in a traditionally rivalry, well, that now heads to the football field. we have all the highlights and then there is this. ♪ ♪ ♪ nicole: song writer dies at the age of 82, we will have that story. ♪
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they are pretty related. nicole: latest from the world of sports. while there were fireworks in baltimore, cleveland coach feels like he's on the firing line, nfl team without one win. baltimore ravens added to misery beating the browns 28-7, joe flacco lead ravens. worst start in team history. browns at 6 games last to avoid a winless season. victory bell back at duke university. blue devils won game this season and upset over rival north carolina, duke fans stormed the field and quarterback daniel jones ran for two scores and through for another and duke is now one win away from claiming.
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and reunion in miami returns to south beach for the first time since leaving miami heat to join chicago bulls. no hard feelings among the fans, once it got started it was like old times. 13 points, 7 rebounds, 4 assists and 98-95 win. dewayne wade walked out with some loud cheer. lauren: check this one out. one of the supporters got her spirited lifts when they ran into hillary and bill clinton walking walking the dog. look at the picture after margo said that one of her proudest moments was taking her daughter to vote and poised picture on facebook and with the #i'm still with her.
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nicole: happy to see her smiling. cofounder of online delivery service sent an e-mail to employees suggesting any one who agrees with president elect's donald trump's behavior and campaign rhetoric should resign. what? he wrote, quote, if you do not agree with the statement, please reply with this e-mail with your resignation, because you have no place here, we do not tolerate hateful attitudes on our team. well, he did add that trump should be given a chance to lead. lauren: wow. president obama hosts president elect donald trump at the white house to talk about how to chador a peaceful transition of power. >> we discussed a lot of different situations, some wonderful and some difficulties. lauren: you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news.
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lauren: once peaceful antitrust protests have turned violent. angry rioters were throwing rocks at police officers. nicole: i'm nicole petallides. protests coming after an historic meeting between president elect donald trump and president obama to discuss a peaceful transition to power. lauren: trump record-breaking bounce continues in the stock market led by soaring bank stocks after jumping 215 points. best in five years, let's check in right now and you can see the
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stock index futures are giving back big gains, nasdaq futures down 48. nicole: in asia after soaring 7%, stocks in japan did edge higher, nikkei up two tenths of 1 percent. lauren: oil prices snapping three days of gains. still down today. 44.17-barrel. nicole: disney earnings disappoint as revenues and subscriptions at espn continue to slide with the stock actually on the rise. we will explain. lauren: in sports baltimore ravens scored 25 unanswered points to roll over the cleveland browns and traditionally basketball rivalry now heads to the football field as duke upsets unc. we will have the highlights. nicole: 5:31 a.m. in new york, friday november 11, veterans day, we honor veterans day and we welcome you for your service. welcome to fbn:am, first look at morning markets, breaking news and what to expect for the day ahead.
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lauren: protestors taking to the streets across the country against president elect donald trump for a second night. this time their protests turn violent. >> we reject president elect! lauren: 4,000 people marched in portland, oregon, look at that. police calling this protest awry yacht after store windows were smashed and a dumpster was set on fire. the demonstrators shut down freeways and a number of them were arrested. police fired rubber bullets into a small crowd of protestors who refuse today leave. nicole: donald trump responded with the tweet, just had successful presidential election, now protestors incited by the media are protesting, very unfair. other protests in cities like new york, denver and chicago.
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lauren: president obama and president elect donald trump meeting aat -- at the white house. we get more now with blake berman. blake: what a difference a few dais and a few weeks can make. president obama and president elect trump sitting down with each other at the white house for what the president described as an excellent conversation. the meeting lasting 90 minutes, the president saying his goal is to ensure a smooth transition. >> i want to emphasize to you, mr. president elect, that that we now are going to want to do everything we can to help you succeed because if you succeed then the country succeeds. >> we discussed a lot of different situations, some wonderful and some difficulties. i very much look forward to dealing with the president in the future including counsel.
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blake: future first lady who was shown around the white house by the first lady. also the vice president elect met with the vice president as well. back to you in new york. lauren: blake berman, thank you. nicole: donald trump spoking with gop congressional leaders. peter barnes has that story. peter: president elect went to meet with leaders, here are some of the items for mr. trump contract to america that have a good chance of passing in some cases with some democratic support or even a lot of democratic support. of course, tax reform and tax relief, 345% cut in taxes for a typical family and business tax cuts including a one-time 10% tax for u.s. companies that repatriot foreign profits which are estimated 2 and a half
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trillion dollars, those tax receipts could help fund trillion dollar infrastructure for invest rent. many democrats favor infrastructure program. mr. trump has proposed immigration security plan that includes building the wall on the border with méxico. after his meeting with mcconnell, the president elect told reporters his top priorities were healthcare reform and jobs. big league jobs. nicole: he had a quote, fantastic, productive meeting with donald trump. ryan telling bret baier is republican party is now unified. >> donald trump heard something out there in america that no one in us heard, he heard and he saw a movement out there and -- and this -- he pulled like i said said yesterday one of the most political feats in my lifetime.
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it is an amazing thing. nicole: we are going to do spectacular things for the american people. lauren: make america great again, i believe he said that too. we are running a run of stocks, bank stocks charges higher of hopes of decreased regulation. banks are looking at best week in 7 and a half years but this trump rally, will it continue and what sectors of the economy is it not hitting? we are going to ask gary. >> you too, thank you. lauren: so president elect donald trump not so bad for the markets, huh? >> this is what i call and best phrase i can come up, the drowning in red tape rally. everything that's been overregulated. rallying strong and rightfully so specially the banks which have basically been told you
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can't tbrow, you can't do this, you can't do that and now that they can start i think to all of these things and start growing, you see the banks up the biggest this week. on top of that, you have everything economic rallying hard because of unleash of the economy but there are casualties, the bond markets are getting hit and everything sensitive getting hit, consumers staples are being crushed. i think this theme is going to continue for a while, so i think you have to be very, very sector specific or you will lose a lot of money, belief it or not. nicole: solar gets hit. breaking down one by one. you mentioned bonds, we saw bond yield 2 and a half percent today. what do you think about the fed in december and people certainly like high yields, your thoughts? >> well, i've been saying for two years that the fed is never
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going raise rates and they only raised once. i'm actually not sure about the december because a lot change it is playing field. if businesses start spending, they will have no choice but to raise rates because they are behind the curve and that's when inflations comes out and that's big trouble. i think they are watching that very closely. just realize this, the game has completely changed. we go from allow-growth environment to a strong-growth environment potentially investors need to recognize that. lauren: gary, have a wonderful weekend. >> you too. lauren: president of kaltbaum capital management. nicole: iran is exceeding the limit on heavy water stockpile. heavy water is a potential concern because it is used in reactors that produce substantial amounts of plutonium. potential pass to nuclear weapons. this mark it is second time iran stepped over that limit. the report came out shortly
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after iran demanded the united states stick to the deal following the election of donald trump. lauren: let's talk more about the market right now. see how stocks are doing overseas. in asia mixed bag. back in bull market. nikkei in japan up .2%. decline of a one and a third for hang seng in hong kong. nicole: check out what's going on in europe. leaders ready to work with donald trump. ftse down and cac down 1% in france, german dax down one-third to 1%. lauren: we are seeing losses this morning. s&p down 12. nasdaq futures down 55. nicole: down 64 cents, focus on opec once again. 44.02 the barrel and gold is down $10 at 12.57 a troy ounce. lauren: trading currencies today.
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the dollar is weaker versus the -- i should say the pound and yen are stronger versus u.s. dollar today. nicole: this has been front and center all week long. look at it right now. 2.15%. moving up to january levels, continues to rise there all week long. lauren: that caught us off guard this moment to see it so high. wallet disney investors appear to be clueing lower sales and look at there. sports network grew this year and expect that is growth to continue over the long-term. wall street has been concerned about espn as more subscribers cut the cord. that hurts advertising revenue and fees from cable companies for carrying its sports. nicole: investors will look over earnings from a major retailer. that's jc penny expect today
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post slightly better. investors will also be listening for penny sales and profit forecast ahead of the crucial holiday quarter. lauren: world's event underway, singles day in china and alibaba is smashing sales records. the company says it posted a billion dollars in sales in the first five minutes. got that, record-breaking, singles day held every year on 11-11 a date to remember china single population, it turned into a shopping bananza back in 2009. nicole: no doubt. coming up two years after the scandal was exposed, where does the state of veterans affairs stand now and what does president elect donald trump need to do to fix that? we are going to ask fox news contributor and veteran. because it is veterans day,
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nicole: good morning, 5:45 a.m. in new york, antitrust protests broke out for the second straight night following the election, portland police are calling the protestors there awry yacht. several people were arrested after demonstrators broke windows and started a dumpster fire. meanwhile for elect donald trump met with president obama for the first time. the two put aside their differences in a 90-minute sit down in the oval office. trump calls the president a good man and the meeting was a great honor. trump met with congressional leaders paul ryan and mitch mcconnell as well. keeping an eye of shares on
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disney today, the stock fell after company missed expectations but the shares rebounded after ceo reassured investors that he was bullish on cable giant espn, deals with hul and at&t direct tv could help the company attract millennial customers for opting out of traditional cable packages. let's check a lock at stock dow, what a great week for stocks overall. right now pulling back a little bit. dow down 64, s&p down 13. lauren, that's what's happening now. lauren: two years after the va deadly wait time scandal was exposed what was the state of veterans affairs right now and what does president elect donald trump need to do to fix it? will, who best to weigh in on this one pete, hey, pete, good morning. >> good morning, thank you for both for having me. lauren: where exactly to any reform sta right now? >> well, there's a lot of pause right now and i'm standing this
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morning outside the phoenix va medical center which was the epicenter of where the scandal started over two years ago where secret wait lists were exposed and veterans died while waiting for care. unfortunately the culture at the va since then has changed very little at the very facility, the office of inspector general continued wait times that it was still with cover-ups despite billions of dollars more spent. the reaction of washington was to spend more money when what is actually needed at va is accountability for employees that are failing, a culture change and choice for veterans. if they can't get into a facility, they need to go to private provider. nicole: thoughts on the wait times and we know that some of them are actually been fatal in
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the end? >> yeah, wait times -- the reports released just last month exposes that wait times here have continued to lead to a loss of life. daytimes are reflection of bureaucracy. so when you have a limited number of choices and there is no transparency on the number of appointments, appointments can be canceled or shuffled and veterans become a number. when a veteran doesn't have a choice, there's no incentive for competition so they treat veterans like numbers instead of customers. so it's not just a matter of hiring more doctors and nurses, in some case that is can be the case, in reality it's about creating a culture where the veteran is at the center as op es today va bureaucracy. lauren: robert mcdonald the secretary of veterans affairs said something interesting. we still have a long way to go but trust in the va has now hit 460%.
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what you make of that? >> well, you know, there's numbers and then -- he can say what he wants. a lot of what the va does polls selectively certain veterans so they have numbers they feel about. lauren: 60%, though. >> 60% of those who get an appointment or 60% -- the problem is there's a lot of improvement. nice guy -- nicole: pete, i want to thank you for your service and veterans out there and there's a veteran parade later today, are you there for that as well? >> that's right, i will be the grand marshal going down the center in a humpv. i'm proud to be here. i honor every single veteran out there that has done so much to give us the freedoms we enjoy. special day for me and so many across america. lauren: thank you, have fun
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today and our stage manager bryan dempsey is a veteran as well, so we we wanted to thank him. >> love it. thank you, bryan as well. nicole: in sports baltimore ravens scored 25 unanswered points. roll over cleveland browns and traditional rivalry in football field. we will have all the highlights for you and then there is this. ♪ ♪ ♪ nicole: the singer-song writer dies at the analysis of 82. we will have that story. ♪ ♪ ♪
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you want it darker had just been released last month. no cause of his death has been given. leonard cohen said he decided to make music because he never made it as a poet, born in 1934, dead this year, 2016, leonard cohen to be remembered. lauren: let's take a look at the latest in sports. there were fireworks in baltimore but cleveland browns feel like they are on the firing line, baltimore ra vents added to misery, joe flacco led the ravens and browns tenth consecutive lost, worst start in team history. browns have six games left to avoid a winless season. ouch. blue devils win first acc win over tobacco rival north
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carolina, quarterback daniel jones ran for two scores and threw for another. duke is one week away from claiming a birth. there was no hard feeling among fans there but once the game started, it was like old times, wade had 13 points and the bulls 98 to 95 victory. wade walked off the court to loud cheers. nicole: i'm sure they were happy to see them but they didn't like the heat lost. coming up we will hand it over to mornings with maria. first look at u.s. stock market futures, great week, 5% for the dow, right now dow futures looking down, came off a record yesterday. 67 points for dow futures, s&p futures down 12. you're watching fbn:am [music]
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narrator: find free adult education classes near you at finishyourdiploma.org. do you know what hunger in america looks like? well, it has many faces, and 15 million of those belong to children. yet billions of pounds of food go to waste each year, and this is unacceptable. you can be a part of the solution. join us in supporting the feeding america nationwide network of food banks which rescues our surplus foods and provides meals to many families in need. visit feedingamerica.org today. together, we can solve hunger. together, we're feeding america. lauren: historic week on wall street. thank you so much for joining us on fbn:am. nicole: we will turn it right over to mornings with maria and we say good morning to you, maria bartiromo. maria: hey, there ladies, good morning to you, happy friday, thanks for being us. it is friday november 11th, veterans day, big shot out to
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veterans that keep us safe. top stories 6:00 a.m. on the east coast. president obama welcomes president elect trump to the white house. both sides reiterating commitment to smooth transition of power. >> i had been very encouraged by the, i think, interest in president elect trump's wanting to work with my team around many of the issues that this great country faces. >> the meeting lasted for almost an hour and a half and it could have as far as i'm concerned could have gone on for a lot longer. i look very much dealing with the president in the future including counsel. maria: meeting come as antitrust protests turn violent and

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