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train to breaking news this morning and president-elect donald trump lays out his defense strategy and named his defense secretary and his thank you tourist beach in north carolina. ion u.s.have the highlights of investment announced by trump and the cto. good morning. i am nicole petallides. cheryl: good morning. i'm cheryl casone in for lauren simonetti. the dow within 35.5 and financials. u.s. stock market futures ahead of their opening bell this wednesday. dial-up by 23. s&p up by 1.5, nasdaq up by
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three. nicole: european central bank later this week to stimulate the economy. japan's nikkei up three quarters of 1%. the shanghai composite index as well. cheryl: after falling 1.6% yesterday, look at all afraid now. 5114 the last trade on oil. >> the yield on the 10 year treasury holding at two-point 3a . cheryl: the chairman of at&t heading to the hot seat to defend his 85-dollar plan to buy time warner. he plans to explain how customers will benefit from the combination. >> the problems of batteries is larger than the company first thought. the faulty batteries causing the sponsor abruptly shut down. nicole: cheryl: the san antonio spurs star meant to keep their winning streak alive. the highlights coming up for you in just a bit.
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nicole: 5:01 a.m. the 75th anniversary of the horrific attack on pearl harbor, a day that les in infamy. >> would like to welcome you to "fbn:am." we've got a lot of breaking news for you today. president-elect donald trump taking his tutor to north carolina. one of the states repeating his promise to buildup the nation's military saying it will lead to peace through strength. the u.s. must reject the failed approaches of the past. >> we must move past the conventional thinking of washington d.c. as abraham lincoln said, as our cases do so much, active new, my plan begins with old structural reform to create millions of good paying jobs and even great paying jobs.
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nicole: announced he will nominate james mattis to be his defense secretary. >> and grateful for the opportunity to return to the troops, department of defense because i know how committed they are and devoted they are to the defense of our country, defense of our constitution. >> will need a waiver because he's not been out of uniform for the required seven years. more and donald stay from her and put her name. >> two different businesses front and center before the president-elect mr. taking two different approaches. after meeting with mr., saying his company will invest $50 million in the u.s. with the goal of creating 50,000 jobs i spoke with the cto in the lobby of trump tower.
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>> a lot of excitement in today's united states. i said i make a commitment. >> this is something you have not done with donald the next president of the united states. reporter: the president-elect to eating the latest on a 747 for future presidents but costs e out of control. more than $4 billion cancel order. mr. spoke briefly with reporters. >> the plan is totally out of control. over $4 billion for air force one program and i think it's ridiculous. boeing is doing a little bit of a number. we were going to make a lot of money, but not that much money. >> coincidence and looks forward to continuing to work on the project. i'll send it back to you.
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nicole: fox news confirmed the post of u.s. ambassador to china to iowa governor terry branstad. branstad who was an early supporter of trump met with him at trump tower yesterday. donald chomps campaign manager waved in on stopped in north carolina last night. here's what he told fox news sean hannity. >> this is no smart matches going on and see the people and imagine the power from washington the same thank you for the suppt they gave donald trump in this election. weill unite everybody but the speech is powerful. they will have the tools necessary to be the best fighting force this country has ever seen imus general mattis tonight, this is a homerun. >> lewandowski outn the presidential campaign was fatally flawed. the democratic nominee never
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connected with the american people. >> donald trump sold off all of this.idea back in june according to a transition spokesman who initially was asked about shares that had all been bubbling after claimed the company was trying to charge more. according to a filing had to brokerage account with 100 bond investments. the corporate names including amazon.com, apple, these are bowling. trump plans to hold a summit next week right here in new york. many of them supported hillary clinton. president obama the strategy has relied on rebel groups instead of putting a large-scale number of u.s. boots on the ground. the president taking just about
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naming him. >> rather than offer false promises that we can eliminate terrorism by chopping more and more bombs are true or fancied ourselves off from the rest of the world, we have to take a long view of the terrorist threat and pursue a smart strategy that can be sustained. breaking the bask of isis. before leaving. >> john costin in the house voted 342 to 722 referred the impeachment. hard-liners have wanted to remove cost an insane day and into his agency's mistreatment of tea party groups. many oppose the efforts saying it would slow the agenda.
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a powerful earthquake overnight rocking and danish are killing at least 97 people. authorities say hundreds of others were injured after the six-foot a magnitude quake struck 300 buildings have been damaged or destroyed. officials expect the death toll to rise. back in 2004 a monster synonymy with 100,000 people killed. nicole: new developments into the deadly warehouse fire in oakland. investigators say a refrigerator may have caused the fire last friday. city officials say a building inspector went to the warehouse last month after receiving a good thing to have a legal interior construction but he couldn't get inside and sent a request to gain entry. 36 people were killed in the fire work out during a dance party. cheryl: fescue caught up on global market action. all of the markets in the green as you can see shanghai up
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almost 1%. japan more than half a percent. crossed the upper fraction. cheryl: the german dax up 1.3%. the cac upon%. vat is the european central bank leaves tomorrow but anticipation is mario draghi will extend financial thinking. cheryl: another positive start for the dow. s&p up one, nasdaq up 2.5. cheryl: yesterday's 20th record of the year for the dow. oil 14 cents. gold up almost four bucks. 1173 troy ounce. cheryl: of corporate news, the ceo of at&t and time warner headed to capitol hill.
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randall stephenson of at&t in check rebuke of at&t and jeffrey dukas of time warner full text the proposed merger of the communications giant. senate antitrust handle $85.4 billion deal will be one of the biggest media mergers today. donald trump promised on the campaign trail that he killed the deal saying that concentrates too much power in the hands of too few. nicole: recalled adapters after reports of overheating. adapters that are sometimes used to charge in the vehicle from the clothes dryer. no injuries or damages have been reported. warners out to the 14 to 30 adapters have received it for a replacement within the next couple of weeks. the company sold about 2000 of those adapters. cheryl: tesla has been struggling with a lot of issues. apple problem may be bigger than first thought.
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a consumer group in china has received a reports from users claiming a device that has spontaneously caught fire. this marks the third complaint against the apple just in the last month. apple says it will issue a fix and investigate the problem. you all remember since i went calling millions of seven i'm the fact error catching fire but they were charging. >> cosco with our list of stocks. quarterly sales rose 3%. looking for comments about the key holiday quarter. starbucks told its investors stay. the plans for the upmarket resort brand which will include stories that exclusively sell exotic coffees at starbucks recently announced the clr will succeed longtime ceo howard schultz. their names from both move on
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and this morning and the results are due to rise from a year ago. the company has been the more competition for nike and under armour. cheryl: coming up, another record for stocks that yesterday. and the relic keep going? bill gross says yes. >> it depends on growth and earning in the repatriation of money from overseas at the last perhaps 200, $300 billion in the stock market next year. space-bar positives there, but certainly the bond side, even high-yield bond. nicole: we discussed when we come back. stay with us.
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trade two good morng to you. 5:15 a.m. president-elect donald trump, his thank you toward making a stop in north carolina last night. it is the occasion to promote his national security agenda and officially introduce general james madison's choice for defense secretary. mattis will never waver from congress. he retired in 23rd team and federal blog requires the secretary of defense to beat of active duty for at least seven years. at least 97 people are dead and dozens missing after a powerful earthquake shook indonesia
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today. the earthquake measured 6.5. search and rescue teams struggling to find trap under the debris. the death toll to rise. back in 2004, 100,000 people were killed in the same region after an earthquake triggered a month through synonymy. at&t chairman randall stephenson will defend his company's deal with time warner to senators today. stevenson will tell lawmakers the deal will disrupt the long-established cable tv model and with that will benefit consumers. at&t has agreed to buy time warner for $85 billion. we've seen optimism in europe trending over here to the states. the 20th record close to the top getting closer to 20,000. this morning that there is once again at 27. s&p futures up on. cheryl, that is what is happening now.
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the supreme court cementing the ability of prosecutors to pursue insider trading cases based on tapes passed along to family and friends. the $10 billion for closure by non-after by buying 50,000 homes. and we'll find out if the gamble paid off with the invitation homes preparing to go public. ceos enjoy richard parks. trips on corporate jets and security services account are the fastest-growing segment of executive pay packages at the world's biggest companies according to new data. ceo compensation jumping 15%. the value of perks over 21%. a record run for stocks again yesterday. can the rally continue at the fed raises rates next week? grab market chief investment officer and wishes they assume
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that 75th anniversary pearl harbor, you were a navy veteran. good to see you this morning. >> nice seeing you. thanks for remembering the men and women of pearl harbor. >> such a somber day 75 years ago. let's talk about what's happening today. we look at an incredible rally of the markets. most of it fueled by the election. is there a fear that is going to begin to wear off if the fed raises rates is expected next week. >> sheriff, we've got to keep in the fact earnings had been there for stocks and said the p.e. ratios even though we hit all-time highs are broadly in line with historic gardens and do agree this rally has been fueled by the election results, but also analysts are starting to look at what earnings growth will look like in 27 games and i
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believe double-digit growth for the s&p 500 earnings. since stock prices follow earnings growth, i think we will have a good chance of seeing double digit stock market returns as well. >> is i'm optimistic that the financials in particular has been unbelievable. up about 8% abroad. the whole group soaring since donald trump is elected. your thoughts on that route especially with the rate hike coming up. >> well, yes. i do believe rates will go up next week. i actually think that would rise more than the market thinks next year, nicole. paradoxically that tends to be a pretty good thing for banks. as the yie curve steep income that is presumably what will happen if rates are growing up, that is a good thing for banks. i think that's probably the main aim traded banks, but also talk with more deregulation and that's also positive.
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>> did you say for interest rate hikes? is that your expectation? >> i think so. i know that i'm an outlier there. i know most people are projecting maybe one or two. you've got to factor in reduced at this double-digit earnings growth next year. i think it's going to force events and. >> that is through 2017. >> absolutely. chief investment officer at the financial group it could to see you, thank you. coming up in sports, san antonio spurs star back again to keep their winning streak on the road of life. we will have all the highlights. an extra provider and nfl draft pick found dead in a park in boulder, colorado. we will have the latest on that. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news.
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cheryl: the bizarre fight over actors sophia vergara's embryos continues. filing a right to live lawsuit on behalf of the fertilized eggs. and you post claims that iraq had been drafted a trust that nothing lord and should be allowed to live so they can receive the inheritance. already suited to free the embryos they created back in 2013. when they were still together. nicole: a look at the latest in the world of sports that the boston red sox have an early christmas present and i bought a
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strict trade require from the chicago white sox in exchange the white sox the white sox with the highly touted cuban infield prospect and three other prospects. they join the rotation with two award winners stated price than what reseller. the sailors on the 27 and is coming off his fifth straight all-star season. he finished 2016 with 233 strikes out in 26 innings pitched. to basketball. leonard then the spurs play the timberwolves early in the game anthony towns manifold three. giving the temblor rose the early lead. when it comes off a pick and has the jumper. spurs up for. later in the fourth leonard triples to the basket the reverse is the three. the spurs win 105-91. they're the second team in nba history to win its first 13 road games. the former heisman trophy winner
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was found dead monday night in boulder, colorado. he was 42 years old. police said the body was found in a parking lot and a park. there were no signs of foul play. so i'm rushed for 2055 yards, 24 touchdowns in 1994 for the university of colorado. he was drafted in the first round by the chicago bears. he will be missed in our heart goes out to his family. cheryl: sad story. a lot more coming up. donald trump continued to north carolina where he named defense secretary and laid out his defense strategy. >> we've got to start nning on ourselves and we've got to be so strong militarily like we've never, ever been before. cheryl: will have more highlights of the speech. at&t and the hot seat defending its $85 billion deal to buy time warner.
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cheryl: president-elect donald trump is that his defense strategy enhances defense secretary in his latest thank you tourist beach in north carolina. we will have the highlight of the $50 billion u.s. investment announced by trump and ceo softbank. good morning, everybody. i'm cheryl casone. nicole: article titled the piece. the dow rising 35 points was enough to make a record set by financls and telecom stocks. any kids tayould be the 21st record of this year. dow futures at 26. s&p futures up one.
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cheryl: stocks in asia up on hopes the european bank will step in to stimulate the economy. japan's nikkei index of .74%. shame as you can see .71 game. >> here's a look at how oil is faring. 51 or two a barrel. >> the other the tenor treasury holdings steady right now. a pretty steady week for the ten-year period and lost on the basis points. chairman of at&t hats to the hot seat to defend his $85 billion deal to buy time warner. he plans to explain how customers will benefit from this deal. >> apple says the problems of batteries in the iphone six as larger than the company first thought. the faulty batteries cause the phone to abruptly shut down. nicole: sports commends san antonio keep their winning streak on the road allies. we will have the highlights.
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cheryl: it is 531 and in new york and went taken the december 7th in 75th anniversary of the devastating attack on pearl harbor. they led the united states into world war ii. welcome to "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. cheryl: a lot of breaking news to bring you. we started this. president-elect donald trump taking a thank you georgia and north carolina. last night won neawon the presidential election was fair and he repeated his promise to builduthe nation's military say that will lead to peace through strength. trump also said the u.s. must reject the failed approaches of the past. >> we must move past the parrot conventional thinking of washington d.c. as abraham lincoln said as our case is no, so must we acted. my plan begins with both structural reform to create millions of good paying jobs and
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even great paying jobs. cheryl: trump announced he would nominate general james mad dog mattis dubious defense secretary. >> i'm grateful for the opportunity to return to our troops, families from the department of defense because they know how committed they are and devoted that arch of the defense of our country can the defense of our constitution. cheryl: mattis almeida waiver because he's not been on it uniform for the required seven years. around the urban now. reporter: two different businesses come in front and center before the president-elect with mr. trump taking two different approaches. after many of mr. trump, saying his company will invest $50 billion here in the u.s. with the goal of creating 50,000 jobs.
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i spoke in the lobby of trump tower. >> you must bring a lot of excitement to the united states. i said okay i make a commitment. >> this is something you would not have done enough donald chen for the next president of the united states. taking a different sense of knowing. so they made brand-new 747 air force one for future presidents but costs are out of control. more than $4 billion canceled order. mr. trump spoke briefly with reporters in the trump tower lobby. >> the plan is totally out of control. $4 billion for air force one and i think it's ridiculous. boeing is doing a little bit of a number. we were going to make a lot of money, but not that much money. >> boeing said it looks forward to continuing to work on the project. i'll send it back to you.
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>> fox news concerning the post of u.s. ambassador to china to governor terry branstad gave branstad was an early supporter of truck that within the trump tower yesterday. nicole: donald trump sold off all of the stock he owned back in june according to a transition spokesman who initially was asked about shares a trump had owned in berlin after the company was trying to charge more for the next air force one. according to a filing with the government but trump had two brokerage account that held about 150 corporate stock and bond investments. trump ventures in a wide range of familiar corporate names including amazon, apple, visa and boeing. trump plans to hold a summit with tech industry leaders next week right here in new york. many of them supported hillary clinton. cheryl: must've been amazon stock. president obama delivering a passionate defense of his counterterrorism strategy during a stop at mcdill air force base in florida. the strategy has resided in
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trinidad and u.s. special forces instead of putting a large-scale number of u.s. boots on the ground. the president taking some jabs. donald trump was not directly naming him. >> rather than offer false promises that we can eliminate terrorism by dropping more bombs were deploying more troops or fancied ourselves off from the rest of the world, we have to take a long view and a smart strategy that can be sustained. >> the president said the u.s. is breaking the back of cases did this is mr. obama's last major speech before leaving office next month. cheryl: a powerful earthquake in indonesia. hundreds of others were injured after the six-foot is not to quake struck nearly 300 buildings have been damaged or destroyed. officials expect the death toll to continue to rise you may remember in 2004 an earthquake
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triggered a monster tsunami. 100,000 people were killed. we've got new developments this morning in the investigation into the deadly warehouse fire in oakland. investigators say a refrigerator may have caused the fire last friday night. officials say a building and her went to the warehouse last month after receiving complaints of illegal interior construction but couldn't get inside and sent a request to gain entry. 36 people killed when the fire broke out during a dance party. including teenagers. do you caught up in the global market action overnight in a shed. optimism about what will happen tomorrow. european central bank and the nikkei up three quarters of 1% in southbank with a $50 billion investment is also higher in helping the nikkei. shanghai composite of three quarters of 1%. hong kong hang seng up half of 1% and the kospi at the 10th of 1%.
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nicole: stocks that are substantially higher. the ftse 100 in london of 87. caci 47. dax of 169. some records that we might be another one today for dow closes higher. at 23 for dow futures. nasdaq futures that too. cheryl: commodities right now higher as well. oil up 11 cents )-right-paren pulled the skin every $3.30. nicole: the ceo of at&t and time warner heading to capitol hill today. at&t and jeffrey bucher said time warner will try to sell the proposed merger of the communication giants to the senate panel. the $85.4 billion deal would be one of the biggest media mergers today. president of the donald trump
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promised that he would kill this would kill the seals and it concentrates too much power and the handset to few. cheryl: 85 billion, incredible. tesla recalling charging adapters after two reports of overheating. the case involves adapters sometimes used to charge tesla vehicles. no injuries or damages reported, but owners of the adapter will receive a free workplace that within the next couple weeks. the company sold 2000 of those vehicles. battery problems for the iphone access may be bigger than originally thought. "the wall street journal" says the consumer group has received a report claiming the iphone six devices have spontaneously caught fire. and marks the third battery related complaint against apple from chinese consumer groups over the past month. apple will issue a software fix to investigate the problem. apple rival samsung recalled nine of devices because of user
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reports the funds are catching on fire, exploding while charging. apple closed up 10995. the bid is higher and that's overlooked in the premarket action. >> the company that makes the apple may be expanding into the united states. the technology groups is the size and scope of u.s. investment has yet to be determined. the company confirmed talks to the expanded u.s. operations. the tablet is electronic makers some of iphone from apple's biggest customer. nicole: cost on the list of the top stocks to watch. the warehouse club retailer report higher first-quarter earnings. cost on the defense fails first 3%. the key holiday quarter. starbucks holds this semester day today. the plans for the upmarket reserve which will include stores exclusively tout exotic
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coffee. starbucks recently announced the chief operating officer kevin johnson will succeed longtime chief executive officer howard schultz in april. we will also be getting earnings from google that meant logic of this morning. results are expected to rise. the guilty gear maker has benefited from the trend. the company has been seen more competition from the likes of nike and under armour. >> at length in this edition of "the wall street journal." supreme court has submitted insider trading cases based on kids pass along their families and friends. the ruling could lead to more insider trading cases. blackstone going public on its $10 billion for a sure bet. the firm went on a spree after the foreclosure crisis but 50,000 homes. and they find out if the gamble paid off big the company has
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rent those homes preparing to go puic. finally this tennessee has enjoyed richard parks, general reporting trips to incorporate security services account for the fastest growing site and the pay packages in the world largest companies. >> coming up, another record for stocks. keep it right here on "fbn:am." we will be right back.
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cheryl: 5:45 a.m. in new york did this get y caught up on what's happening now. president like donald's thank you sewer and a caravan appeared the occasion to promote his national security agenda and officially introduced general james mann dog mattis as is his choice for defense secretary. 97 people dead, dozens missing after powerful earthquake overnight shift indonesia. the earthquake measured 6.5. it should rescue teams scrambling to find victims trapped under debris. and the nation officials say the death toll expected to rise. if you remember to thank them
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for more than hundred thousand people were killed after an earthquake triggered a monster tsunami. well, you had to at&t brand of stephenson's going to his deal with time warner. lawmakers deal will disrupt the long-established cable tv model in ways that will benefit because of her. at&t has agreed to buy time warner for $85 billion. checking your stats market for the opening bell. take a look at margaret mary's on wednesday. the ballot by 25, s&p when the quarter, not take up by three. the call, that is what has happened now. over to you. nicole: boosting the future without there is a record run for stocks yesterday. can this rally continue? so much going on in interest rate hikes. rob morgan chief investment not thursday to financial group. also marking the 75th anniversary of pearl harbor and
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we are noting you a navy veteran and a thank you for your service and good morning. >> things are recognizing that and remembered them and the women of pearl harbor. >> now is to go into the holiday season but think of the men and women of service. let's talk about your optimism. he takes them further records. >> it sounds paradoxical. the rate hikes are coming as a result of the strong economy and i mentioned in the fastball up and see an earnings for the s&p 500, next year being double digit. i think the earnings are there currently to support current p.e. ratios. i think we will see double-digit growth on the s&p 500. >> are you worried that growth is at risk when we do have interest rates? four through next year. that could hurt american homebuyers and the housing market has been one of the benefits of low interest rates. are you worried that will go
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away and have a negative impact? >> it could absolutely have a negative impact. the old saw about interest rate hikes as the fed takes away the punch bowl before the party gets started yet that is the risk but at the same time the economy has built up so much momentum. last friday we got the lowest unemployment rate in nine years that i believe we are so going to d. positive earnings growth, positive stock market growth and historically stocks typically do well even after the fed rate hike campaign. nicole: everybody loves records. great for 401(k)s and iras. there must be a couple things that worry you. what are they? >> well, you know, i mentioned double-digit growth on the s&p 500, nicole.
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historically analysts going into a year they set their expectations on this or model and they will trim them back a little bit. so this year 2017 probably will be no different. i am hopeful about trimming still result. but that's a bad word about. >> start a not derailing a market rally. he sat up in the state. rob morgan, thanks for getting up at us and giving us insight on the record rally. >> hey, thanks nicole. cheryl: thank you, rob. the san antonio spurs back against the timberwolves to keep their winning streak on. we'll have the highlights for you. the first arctic blast of the season with colder weather coast to coast. janice dean will have the cold weather forecast for you. u.s. stock index futures. the dow, nasdaq and s&p to another higher up anonymous wins day.
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trained to do interestingly enough, joe biden is backing up his comments running for president. he told reporters he was leading towards a 20 tony ran. yesterday in cbs late night with stephen colbert, he changed course. >> i can't see the circumstance in which i've ran, but what i learned a long, long time ago, stephen, is to never say never. you don't know what's going to happen. nicole: biden considered by ministers election is decided against it after his son died.
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cheryl: we've got a lot going on in the world of sports bit askew caught up this morning. boston red sox have given their fans early christmas presents in a blog a strict trade they acquired from the chicago white sox. in exchange the white sox received highly touted to bed -- and three other prospects. they join the rotation with two award winners gave david price. the sale is only 27. coming up the fifth straight season finish in 201617-10 with 233 strikeouts. the spurs in minnesota playe the timberwolves early in the game. bills the three given early lead. the spurs makeup and finally for good later in the fourth, blundered against god. leonard drove to the basket and
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drains their first win. 105-91. the second team to win the first 13 road games. this story. former heisman trophy winner found dead monday night in boas 42. police say the body was found in a parking lot and a part. no signs of foul play. he rushed for 2055 yards, 24 touchdowns in 1994 for the university of colorado. he distracted in the first round of the 1995 draft by the chicago bears. trade to blizzard conditions in parts of northern plains. no warnings are in effect for portions of western new york. senior meteorologist janice dean is live and the weather center. we are ready, go ahead. reporter: absolutely. the first baked arctic blast of the season and then the u.s. fargo 27 in kansas city office
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cold air is going to stick itself out. they're your current temperatures across the northern thing than a permit last where we have the cold air in place and the windchill making up windchill making a very dangerous, minus 25 in parts of montana. minus 13 and you get the picture. lizard commissions across the northern plains. colorado come as no moving into the central u.s. and another storm nonetheless that is their next weather maker. blizzard conditions, blizzard warnings are set to expire at 6:00 a.m. central time. conditions improving. across the northeast, a little snow across new england the conditions improve which is great news, but the colder as i've mentioned have named this week. another one coming as we head into the weekend. winter is here, my friends. back to you. cheryl: a lot of blue i'm not green, janice.
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cheryl: thank you for joining us on fbn:am. nicole: thanks, cheryl. we turn it right over to maria bartiromo. mornings with maria begins right now. maria: hi, everybody, happy wednesday. it is wednesday december december seventh, top stories 6:00 a.m. on the east coast. he has reportedly offered iowa governor em embassador to china. this comes after announcement of general james mattis. we knew that was coming. >> ladies and gentlemen, he's

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