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ast business. built for speed. built for business. nicole: breaking news this morning donald trump lays out his first hundred day agenda after he meets with more potential cabinet pick. we will take a look. good morning, i'm nicole petallides. lauren: good morning, i'm lauren simonetti. the dow, s&p, nasdaq all closing with all new time high on optimism with president-elect trump will spark economic growth. look at the dow futures surging 62 points. we could see 19,000 today. nicole: nikkei up again, one-third of one percent in china shanghai composite nearly
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1 percentage point. lauren: big gains in oil prices yesterday, more reports that opec may reach a deal to cut production by the end of today. look at that, oil prices up 1.1% of 49 and change. nicole: let's treasury 2.3%. lauren: am stone is leafing no market ub touched. now it wants to jump in the business of streaming live sports, we will tell you the story. nicole: google search results leaned to the left. lauren: in sports nfl heads to méxico where oakland raiders rally houston texans not without controversy from the fans, we will tell you about it. nicole: good morning, 5:01 a.m., tuesday november 22nd, we welcome you to fbn:am, first look at morning markets and latest breaking news. lauren: tragic news this morning, the driver of a school bus involved in the deadly crash
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yesterday in chattanooga tennessee is under ayes. only vehicle involved struck a tree 24 hours before the kids and their families started thanksgiving break. two dozen other children were injured and taken to hospital. the investigation of the driver continues. >> walker is being charged with vehicular homicide, reckless driving to begin. there may be more charges as we proceed in hamilton. lauren: speed may have been a factor in the crash and caused the accident worst nightmare. investigators, they are heading to chattanooga today, the school will be in session with grief counselors available. nicole: donald trump offering a preview of first hundred days. transition team released a video
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where he outlined his plan. >> my agenda will be based on a simple core principful putting america first whether it's producing steel, building cars or curing disease, i want the next generation of production and innovation to happen right here on our great homeland, america. creating wealth and jobs for american workers. nicole: more now on what's ahead for trump's transition team from our own connell. connell: good morning, lauren, good morning, nicole. almost time for the president elect to head to florida, first a few more meetings and then heading south to spend the thanksgiving holiday with the family in palm beach. it's marilogo resorts. will we get more announcements before then, maybe, maybe not.
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>> you have to take your time, it's a serious business. connell: senior adviser kellyanne conway. anchors stopping by at trump tower to meet with president elect. it was according to conway not a meeting to mend fences but hit reset with members of the media. after a busy week at new jersey, trump picked up again by sitting down with some governors who could end up in his cabinet. rick perry, former governor of texas, they were both here, in addition to all of that mr. trump took time to meet with the democratic member of the congress who supported bernie sanders during the primaries, hawaii's stopped by, she and mr. trump spoke about syria among other things.
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so one more day of meeting here before moving down to south florida for thanksgiving. >> thank you. donald trump praising nigel on twitter saying many people would like him representing united kingdom. lauren: looks like there's an international race to cut corporate taxes. british prime minister theresa may to slash to 17% by the year 2020. president-elect trump for lowering u.s. corporate tax rate to 15% from the current 35%. the wall street journal report that is while trump's plan is far from a done deal the rhetoric on both sides of the atlantic is the latest example of countries trying to use their corporate tax codes to boost invest men at home or to attract foreign business.
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nicole: suspect of san antonio detective is under arrest. 21-year-old ottis tyron was taken without incident after 30-hour long manhunt. that was late on sunday morning outside the police headquarters. investigators police that mccain pulled up and walked up to the officer's driver's side window and then open fire. shooting was one of several weekend attacks that authorities say torgted law enforcement in multiple states. lauren: authorities now defending their use of water hoses against people protesting the dakota access pipeline in below freezing weather. the country sheriff's office said it had to use water to repel aggressive protestors.
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one officer was hit in the head, the protestors say police used tear gas, native american tribe who has been fighting for the pipeline for months it's concerned about the safety of water supply and also potential damage to sacred sites. nicole: japan no longer under a tsunami warning. experts say the quake was an after. the earthquake shook buildings as far away as tokyo, only minor damage was reported and officials warn another aftershock could occur. lauren: that's not affecting the asian markets today. take a look at the nikkei in japan, up a third of 14%.
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shanghai in china up almost 14%. kospi tacking on .9%. all right, dow, 44 points away from 19,000 has never seen that milestone right now, futures up 60 points. s&p futures up 7. nasdaq 22. all three major averages plus small cap stocks hit life-time highs. nicole: all right, let's check in on key commodities. we are seeing oil gaining once again tacking to yesterday's gains. we could hear about cuts particularly from iran and iraq. 48.91 for oil. gold is up 8 bucks at 12.18 a troy ounce. lauren: taking a look at the
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dollar. you can see the euro, canadian, mexican peso stronger at the moment. weakness for the pound. nicole: you know, it's been trending higher, pullback a little bit. 2.30%. lauren: first time in four years goldman sachs is bullish, the world economy is set to enter rising inflation and higher growth, that, urn turn prompted bank to say prices will rise. looming production cuts of opec and zinc and natural gas should help commodity prices over the next year. nicole: amazon is shaking up the paid tv market. exploring deals to broadcast rights to professional and college sports reportedly talking with leagues including major league baseball, nfl, the mba, amazon is looking to creating a premium sports
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package. it's leafing no stone ub turn and approached espn and one world sports which carry sports such as russian hockey league matches. >> instagram could be encouraging, instagram live, allows you to brad cast video to followers in real-time but they can only watch the video while streaming it. instagram will delete the video from the story, a feature that makes it more similar to snapchat and sends a message that not post things and not necessarily worry about what we look like all of the time. nicole: we are also going to hear from barns and noble this
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morning. stock is at more than 31% so far this year and the company's turnaround effort companies. there's hewlett-packard enterprise, reporting results after the bell. hewlett-packard has been selling digital technology. lauren: record fall harvest boosting u.s. railroad operators who are still recovering from years of steep decline from coal and oil shipments. google search results can lean liberal. the conditions reopen debate about an influence of handful of internet companies. google denies allegations that it is bias. abigael johnson will succeed her giant, edward or ned johnson is
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retiring after six decades with the company. nicole: coming up. big changes are coming to the border with méxico, if there is a wall it must have doors so guest workers can come in. and not one by two winter weather storms could affect your thanksgiving travel plans, you have to keep it right here. fox meteorologist is all over that. we are checking in on u.s. stock market futures. we are seeing up arrows this morning staff dow, nasdaq and the s&p hit records yesterday and the russell 2000. you're watching fbn:am. keep it here.
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liberty stands with you™ liberty mutual insurance lauren: good morning, 5:15 a.m. in new york. president-elect trump posting a video that allows plans in first hundred days in office. first communication with the public since his election. in it trump vows to withdraw with transpacific partnership deal, investigate immigration visa fraud and cancel restrictions on energy production including coal. terrible news out of tennessee, school bus driver charged with
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vehicular homicide. police say nearly two dozen other children were injured and taken to hospitals, the cause of the accident was not immediately clear but officials say speed may be one of the factors. well, amazon is considering offering live sports to prime members, the wall street journal is reporting with e-commerce giant has been in talk with national basketball association, major league baseball and national football league for the right to carry live games. it's also talked with soccer, lacrosse and surfing leagues. amazon is race to go compete with twitter and facebook who are also looking to enhance sports offerings. it is a holiday-shortened week. markets close thursday and close early on black friday. we might see thousand 19,000 today. dow futures higher and nasdaq up 19. could be another trifecta for another record-setting goal,
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nicole. nicole: close to 19,000. five stocks, united health, home depot. growing number of farmers using guest worker visa, the program has some problems and fox news dan springer has the details. >> lauren and nicole, immigration is obviously going to be a major issue for the trump administration with big changes headed for the border and many who are in the country illegally and farmers seem to be okay with that, but they say if there is a wall it must have doors so guest workers can come in for the jobs americans won't do. tighter border security has forced growers used a program they simply don't like h2a visas. since 2011 they doubled the number of guest workers to 108,000, without them crops will be left in the field, but it is
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expensive, farmers have to bay for background checks, transportation and housing and pay well over minimum wage. they say there's no other way to fill the jobs. >> there's not enough local workforce, you know, there's a sign that says need workers everywhere. >> but there are critics of the h2a workers. it's accused by many growers and drives wages down. they also want to pass the citizenship for the foreign workers. some conservatives worry about a flood of guest works going awal and overstaying their visas. >> this can be a legal back door for people to get into the country. you come in as h2a worker and you disappear knowing that the government is not going to come looking for you, you're not on their priority list. immigration officials can tell us how many guest workers walk into the farm but a department of homeland security report done last week estimate 2% of all foreigners overstay visas.
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nicole: thank you so much, dan. lauren: thanks, dan. the nfl heads to méxico where the oakland raiders rally to top the houston texans but not without controversy from the fans. we will tell you more. and speaking of controversy, kanye west hospitalized after putting a plug on latest tour following this wild ten-minute tirade. let's check in on u.s. stock market futures, dow futures surging 54 points but the level is surging closer to 19,000, we could see it on the thanksgiving week. investors have a lot to be thankful. you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news. five nights in a week [vo] quickbooks introduces jeanette.
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lauren: kanye west is hospitalized reportedly taken to hospital in los angeles yesterday afternoon because of stress and exhaustion. west canceled tour and saturday in sacramento ended concert early with this rant. >> facebook lied to you. obama couldn't make america great because he couldn't let him be who he was. lauren: his wife kim kardashian was expected to make first public appearance in new york since robbed in paris last month. after reports about her husband, she did not show up. nicole: latest from the world of sports, nfl goes south of the border playing in méxico for the first time.
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stadio azteca. maybe high altitude but took raiders quarterback. he dropped back. tied the game to 20. adios, amigo and the raiders win 21 to -- 27 to 20. now, the laser was a distraction. use of laser is common during socker matches in méxico. in hockey what a debut. early in the first period against the new york rangers the game was tied,
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janice: another one behind it that's going to bring travel troubles across the upper midwest and eastern sea board. this is the storm we are watching, snow, rain, freezing rain and/or sleet. eastern sea board looks good. maybe a wet thanksgiving day parade. we will keep you posted, back to you. lauren: wet thanksgiving day parade. nicole: no good. come back with another report. coming up -- forget this one. president-elect donald trump meets more potential cabinet members laying out agenda for the first time in office, we have the video tape of the american people. >> our transition team is working smoothly, efficiently and effectively, truly great and talented men and women are being brought in and many will soon be a part of our government helping
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lauren: breaking news this morning, donald trump lays out first-hundred day agenda after he meets with more potential cabinet picks. good morning to you, i'm lauren simonetti. nicole: good morning, i'm nicole petallides. trifecta of record for the stock market. dow, nasdaq and s&p all close with new all-time highs on optimism that president-elect donald trump will spark economic growth. checking in on u.s. stock market futures this morning. will we see dow 19,000, we are getting pretty darn close, dow futures up 61, s&p up 7. lauren: gains on wall street help them push stocks in asia. nikkei up .3% and shanghai
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composite almost 1%. nicole: now there are report that is opec may reach a deal to cut production by the end of today. right now oil higher one and a half percent. 48.931-barrel.amazon streaming g events. we will have the story to you. in sports the nfl heads to méxico where the oakland raiders rally to top the houston texans but not without some controversy from the fans. we will explain. >> muy bien. tuesday november 22nd, thanksgiving week. welcome to fbn:am, first look at what's moving no today's market and latest breaking news. nicole: driver of a school bus involved in a deadly crash yesterday in chattanooga, tennessee is under arrest. at least five students were killed.
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after the bus, the only vehicle involved struck a tree, 24 hours before the kids and families started thanks giving break. police say nearly two dozen other children were injured and taken to local hospitals. invest of the driver continues. >> walker is being charged with five counts of vehicular homicide and reckless endangerment and reckless driving to begin with. there may be more charges added as proceeds to grand jury here in hamilton county. nicole: just awful. speed may have been a factor and caused the accident the worst nightmare. investigators from the transportation safety board are heading to chattanooga today, the school will be in session with grief counselors available. lauren: donald trump offering a preview of first hundred hundred days of administration. the president elect transition team releasing a video outlining trump's plan. >> my agenda will be based on a
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simple core principle, putting america first, whether it's producing steel, building cars or curing disease, i want the next generation of production and innovation to happen right here on our great homeland america creating wealth and jobs for american workers. lauren: let's get more now on what's ahead for trump's transition team from connell mcshane. connell: good morning, lauren, good morning, nicole. almost time for trump to head to florida. it's maralago resort. will we get major announcements before then in maybe, maybe not. >> we know that we are ahead of schedule where other presidents have been. we are not in a rush. it took carter five weeks, president obama two to three weeks. we know the facebook and twitter
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anxiety, that wasn't always the case. the fact is he has to take his time, it's serious business. connell: kellyanne conway did get a get-together. it was according to conway not a meeting to mend fences but it was great to hit the reset button with some members of the media. now after a busy weekend out in new jersey at golf club trump picked up by meeting with governors, rick perry, mary, current governor of state of oklahoma, they were both here. in addition to all of that, mr. trump took time to meet with the democratic congress who supported bernie sanders, she and mr. trump spoke about syria among other things. so one more day of meeting here before moving down south to florida for thanksgiving.
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with that, nicole -- lauren: many people would like to see represent great britain as embassador to the u.s. he would do a great job. nicole: looks like there's an international race to cut corporate taxes. theresa may is backing a move to slash the tax rate to 17% by 2020 from today's 20%. president-elect donald trump was watching that very closely. wall street journal reports that while trump's plan is far from a done deal, the rhetoric on both sides of the atlantic is the latest example of the countries trying to use tax code to boost investments at home or attract foreign business. lauren: suspect on the murder of san antonio detective, 31-year-old ottis tyron was
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charged with capital murder. he was riding a traffic ticket when he was killed in his squad car late sunday morning outside police headquarters in san antonio, texas. investigators believe mccain pulled up behind marconi's squad car and walked up and open fire. the shooting was one of several weekend attacks that authorities targeted law enforcement in multiple states. nicole: authorities are defending use of water hoes over the weekend in below freezing weather. the county sheriff's office it had to use the water hoeses to repel the aggressive protestors who were throwing rocks, asphalt and water bottles at the officers, one officer was hit in the head. a native american tribe which
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has been fighting the pipeline for months says it's concerned about the safety of its water and potential damage to sacred sites. lauren: japan no longer under tsunami warning. huge awes along the pacific coast were triggered after 7.4 magnitude quake struck off the coast near the fukushima power plant. the quake was aftershock after tsunami. the earthquake shook buildings as far away as tokyo. only minor damage was reported. officials warn, however, that another aftershock could occur. nicole: we are seeing overnight, we are seeing the markets around the globe reacting to the dow, nasdaq and s&p, all hitting record highs together yesterday. so the shanghai composite index in china, that's up 1%, nikkei in japan one-third of 1%. hong kong up one and a half percent.
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nikkei up tenth day in a row at 10-month high. lauren: global stock market rally and here in europe you can see up arrows as well. 1% gains in the ftse and london. in paris up and in germany dax is gaining two-thirds of one percent. nicole: if you're traveling to europe keep an eye on that. we are looking at up arrows again. we might see dow 19,000 today. nasdaq futures up 23, might be three records again. lauren: we are watching oil prices and we are awaiting word of a potential production cut. with that prices surging 4% yesterday. one and a half percent right now. almost $49 a barrel. gold up 7 bucks, 12.17 an ounce. nicole: let's see how the dollar is fairing, most of them are higher against the dollar, euro,
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peso, all higher against u.s. dollar, only pound weaker against the greenback. canada will speed plans to eliminate coal fired electricity by 2030 this is as canada's liberal government tried to do more for the environment, the coal-cutting plan will help it to meet the emissions reduction target of the paris agreement. the country's move contrast with president-elect donald trump's plan to revive that sector. lauren: amazon is shaking up the paid tv market, exploring deals for professional sports and college sports reportedly talking with leagues including mlb, nfl and nba. it's leave nothing stone untouched. it's also approached disney, espn and one world sports, they carry sports like russian hockey league matches an remains to be
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seen if he gets the sports or if it's an add-on for sports. nicole: instagram encouraging citizen journalism. new tool called instagram live that allows you to broadcast video to your followers in real-time. but they can only watch while you're still streaming it. ip -- ib sta gram -- instagram will delete it and you can be like lauren and me right now. lauren: improved performance is expected to fall in higher demand. we are also going to hear from barnes & noble this morning. have you bought a book this morning? narrow slight loss than a year
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lauren: that is one long career. coming up, big changes coming to the border with méxico but farmers say if there is a wall it must have doors so guest workers can come in. >> there's not enough local workforce. you know, there's a sign that says need workers everywhere. lauren: fox news' dan springer has that story and two weather storms affecting, janice dean is coming up with your forecast. not sure that you're going to like it. dow 19,000, we are all so close, futures climbing up. nasdaq futures up 22. you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news.
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nicole: good morning, 5:45 a.m. in new york. let's get you caught up on what's happening now. president-elect donald trump posting a video on youtube that outlines plans for first one hundred days in office and first communication with the public since his election and trump vows to withdraw from the transpacific partnership trade deal, investigating immigration visa fraud and cancel restrictions on energy production including shell and coal. looking very presidential there. tennessee school bus driver is under arrest charged vehicular homicide, at least five children were killed when the bus that he was driving crashed into a tree yesterday. two dozen other children were
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injured taken to hospitals, the cause of the accident is not immediately clear lu officials say speed may have been one factor. amazon considering offering live sports programming to prime members. it's been in talks with major league baseball, national football league for the rights to carry live games and also has had talk with soccer and lacrosse, amazon is racing to compete with twitter. we haven't seen trifecta since 1999. lauren. lauren: thanks, nicole. critics say the program has problems and dan springer has
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details. >> lauren and nicole, immigration is obviously going to be a play juror issue for the trump administration with big changes heading for the border and for many who are in the country illegally and farmers seem to be okay with that but they say if there is a wall it must have doors so guest workers can come in for the jobs americans won't do. tighter border security has forced growers to use program they don't like h2a visas. since 2011 they doubled the number of guest workers to 108,000. without them crops will be left in the field, but it is expensive, farmers have to pay for background checks, transportation and housing and pay well over minimum wage. they say there's no other way to fill the jobs. >> there's not enough local workforce. there's a sign need workers everywhere. >> there critics of the h2a from the right and left. it drives wages down.
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they want to pass a citizenship for the foreign workers. conservatives worry about flood of guest workers going awal and overstaying visas. >> this can be a legal back door for people to get into the country. you come in as h2a worker and you disappear knowing that the government is not going to come looking for you, you're not on the priority list. >> immigration officials can tell us how many walk away from farm but a department of homeland security estimates that less than 2% overstay visas. lauren: dan springer in seattle, thank you. nicole: in sports nfl heads to méxico where the oakland raiders rally to top the houston texans and not without controversies from the fans. we will tell you about it. kanye west been hospitalized after pulling the plug following this ten-minute tirade.
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we will have that story. check u.s. stock market futures. it was a rally yesterday and records across the boardment will we see them again. we had up arrows, s&p futures up 7, nasdaq futures up 22. you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news. seeing is believing, and that's why
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yesterday afternoon because of stress and exhaustion, west also abruptly canceled the 21 remaining dates of his national tour. on saturday in sacramento he ended his concert with a ten-minute rant. >> google lied to you, facebook lied to you. obama couldn't make america great because he couldn't be who he was and sometimes we be playing politics too much and forget who we are. nicole: well his wife kim kardashian was expected to make first public appearance in new york since robbed in paris last month but after reports about west, she did not show up for that. lauren: let's take a look at the latest in sports. nefl goes south of the border playing in méxico, stadio
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azteca, took quarterback time to late up. rallied his team in the fourth quarter. 75-yard touchdown. finds cooper and adios, amigo. 35-yard td. raiders win 27-20. and strange occurrence in this game. a fan pointed a green laser at couple of texan players. it was also pointed at running back miller while carrying the ball. the laser was distraction but the use of laser pointer is common in socker matches in méxico. they didn't like it. in hockey, what a debut for pittsburgh penguins, early in the first period against the new york rangers game tied 0-0, first shot and gets his first goal. look at the family. they can't believe it cheering
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him on. how pumped are they? hi scores on the rebound for second goal of the night. his family will never forget this game even though the penguins lost 5-2. jeremiah jaspon has been fired as coach of the u.s. men's socker team. major league sock e bruce arena is expecting to replace klinsmann. a storm bringing much colder temperatures, tuesday forecast and fox senior meteorologist janice dean. janice, we have warmer temperatures. a little bit warmer across central u.s. this is the storm that we are watching that could bring big
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travel delays across the upper midwest, great lakes and the central u.s. over the next 24 to 48 hours. you have the mixture in the pink where you could see freezing rain and or sleet. heading into today, later today when and thursday, watching area of low pressure bringing that snow and mix and rain and possibility for thunderstorms later today and then eventually moving to the east coast. the eastern sea board looks good. it is the west coast as well as the midwest. minneapolis, chicago, salt lake city, that's where you could see delays and i am working on the fact that we could see rain for macy's thanksgiving parade so i will try to make it where it comes later in the they. nicole: we don't love rain on thanksgiving. lauren: you have that power, janice. nicole: coming up we are going to hand it over to mornings with maria but first let's take a look at the futures. nasdaq and s&p and dow futures
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looking up, big move will move it right over 19,000. you're watching fbn:am here at fox business, we will see you at the break
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nicole: all right, so we are watching dow futures this morning. looking up 50. move of 40 points puts us dow over 19,000. that would be a first.
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we haven't seen a trifecta like that since 1999 and five names actually accounted for the point move from 18,000 to 19,000, united health, mcdonalds, home depot, boeing and goldman sachs. lauren: and oil prices surging too. with that, we will hand it over to maria bartiromo. maria: happy tuesday, everybody, i'm maria bartiromo and it is tuesday november 22nd, your top stories right now, 6:00 a.m. on the east coast. president-elect donald trump lays out priority for first one hundred days. >> truly great and talented men and women, patriots, indeed, are being brought in and many soon be part of our government helping us to make america great again. my agenda will be based on a simple core principful, -- principle, putting america first. maria: we are taking a closer

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