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lauren: breaking news this morning. donald trump names former aide under president george w. bush has decided eisner appeared good morning. i'm trained six. >> good morning. i am training for and for nicole petallides. the nasdaq composite hitting a new record high yesterday. check in u.s. stock market futures ahead of the opening bell. 34-point gain. looks like we might get there today. lauren: today could be the day. and a gentleman to shanghai composite and the nikkei in
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japan down ever so slightly. dagen: investors waiting to see if oil producers will deliver on pledges to cut production. oil right now up 27 cents a barrel. lauren: the 10 year treasury yield now at 2.55%. dagen: japan's prime minister visiting pearl harbor. president obama saying shows the power of reconciliation. lauren: msn: this holiday season it's been seven. what's behind the record-breaking sales? dagen: in minnesota, the golden gophers winning that the touchdown. lauren: 5:01 a.m. in new york. happy wednesday to you. welcome to "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. dagen: president-elect, donald trump everybody cannot seem his appointment. thomas bossert as his assistant for homeland security and
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counterterrorism. a one-time trump organization official who also served under president george w. bush. trump also appointed jason greenblatt, one of his main visors and u.s.-israeli relations during the campaign and transition a special representative for international negotiations. in the meantime from the trump tower lobby have to be evacuated following a report of a suspicious package. video posted on twitter shows people running through the lobby for the exit. the bomb squad checked out the bag which contained children's toys. donald trump is currently at his estate in florida. dagen: israel bracing for more attention with the obama administration of secretary of state john kerry gets a major speech this morning that the u.s. vision for resolving the israeli-palestinian conflict. the o sides continue to grapple with the fallout from the u.n. security council resolution condemning israeli settlements in the west bank. the israeli government insists
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it was the apartment frustration who orchestrated it. the white house denied the accusation that prime minister benjamin netanyahu's spokesperson says he has seen the proof. >> i've seen information with my own eyes that contradicts that. we have ironclad information that we will share through the proper channels. >> can you give us an idea what that book site? can you give us any idea of what the ironclad information is? >> i can say that these resources from the arab world and internationally. lauren: john kerry to a weigh in on the this morning. we will renew his remarks on fpm live coming up at 11:00 a.m. eastern time. lauren: showed western reconciliati between world where foes, president obama and someone made an historic visit to pearl harbor yesterday. the uss arizona memorial. the two leaders also laid to
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rest the animosity between the two nations 75 years after the u.s. base was attacked by the japanese. >> worst command. the less bitter adversaries can become the strongest of allies. the fruits of peace always outweigh the plunder of war. this is the enduring truth of this hollowed harbor. dagen: a offering what he called sincere and everlasting condolences to the 2400 u.s. service members who died that day. lauren: but no apology. and other news, no shirt, no shoes on their trump voters. one café in hawaii is telling customers that he voted for donald trump, jody here. the sign was posted in honolulu. the owner's wife told f news.com ty don't actually plan to ask customers if ty
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voted for instead saying that her husband wanted to express how much he does not like the president-elect. she says just three people so far have called to complain about the sign right there. dagen: fans around the world are remembering kerry fischer committee actress best known for playing princess leia died yesterday. she was hospitalized since friday after becoming ill on a flight to los angeles. her family didn't release details but reports are she had a heart attack. >> every man my age, 43 and above had a childhood crush on kerry fischer. the >> the way she acted, the way she projected herself, the strength was in her and being a role model. come on, the girl has someone to look up to. i didn't just have time to load. dagen: the first feature roles in the 1975 movie with warren
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beatty. she appeared in other movies including the blues brothers, austin powers, but fans loved fischer's work of force in "star wars." >> i should be expect to you to find you holding the leash. i recognized your foul stench when i was brought on board. dagen: carrie fisher dad because his challenges over the fate of our iconic character, princess leia. she had finished filming the 2017 release of "star wars" episode eight. carrie fisher was the daughter ofctress debbie reynolds and singer eddieisher. bring high in a daughter, billie lord. she was a well-known writer among her other talents. carrie fisher, dead at 60. lauren: let's say you caught up on global action overnight. the nikkei in japan down just slightly but toshiba shares down 20%. they had the tokyo exchange
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downward limit. the newspaper is toshiba might have to put billions in churches related to acquisition of a nuclear power construction plan. the shanghai composite down the top 1% today. dagen: makes markets in europe tell you about the the ftse 100 at 131%. we see slight losses in france and germany. lauren: three trading days left. we have time to reach dow 20,000. features at 33 points this morning that the nasdaq closed at a record high yesterday and 5500 for the first time. s&p tacking on five. dagen: let's check on oil and gold. 20 7 cents a barrel gain their uncle moving by $2.7 an ounce. lauren: oil has had a phenomenal year. yesterday was the highest level since last july. fueled by optimism that the economy of opec and non-opec
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nations. and fox business contributor with the latest. >> good morning. good to be here. they will follow through with their promised production costs. >> we got this overnight that venezuela reiterated the fact that they're going to cut production by 90,000 barrels a day. that's impressive considering they are losing money like crazy. for them to cut production company you've got to believe the rest of opec is serious about this production cut. from every major player from iraq, iran, russia, you name it, they are all committed to this production cut. once they start to see the actual oil come off the market, this could have a good start to the new year.
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dagen: do you think the market is getting it wrong in terms of particularly iran and iraq having production? again, a lot of people think that they are not telling nature of the bat actually cutting back. >> ray. you know, even if they cheat a little bit of every time in history we've seen opec cut production when the prices have gone higher. you know what i think were than anything? it's not so much about the actual numbers. it is the perception they can cut production and not lose market share. opec is optimistic about the demand side of the equation and they wouldn't be making production cut unless they could maintain a big part of the market share. if economic optimism not in the u.s. but opec. lauren: where do gas prices go from here? >> they will be edging out.
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you will be telling your kids that i just used a pen or $2 a gallon for gasoline. i don't think that's going to happen in the new year.e a run , but with the refiners come at any price spike will be moderate. prices can go at the gas prices will follow a little slower. trade to dare to think production will pick up in the united states to offset greater demand? lauren: entre >> it will but not overnight. if you talk about opec reduction by 1.8 billion barrels for the u.s. to raise that much production, they won't, they want to, they won't do it next year and they probably won't do it in the new year. it will take time. dagen: on this day, gas prices were $1.99 nationwide. now $2.29. >> the good old days. i remember them well. lauren: great to see you. senior market analyst.
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don't go too far will speak to you again later in the show. >> thank you. tranter of christmas is the a holiday of giving, she ignores them at the returning. boosting returns this year with pete on january 5th. that is national returns day. ups says that x x to spend 1.3 million packages back to retailers that they have found. london 5.8 million packages during the first full week of the new year. that is up from last year's 5 million return, which also had a record. lauren: chances are if you are giving us you are getting messier, you're you're probably using amazon.com. the company had their best year ever this year with sales of the go home assistance topping their list of must-have product so much so that despite their best efforts amazon had trouble keeping them in stock. by their best-sellers for
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mercury cups come in the movie finding doric and limited-edition pokémon role-playing games. amazon shares have risen significantly, trading at almost 800 bucks a pop right now. trade just republicans try to overhaul the lead dark, how president-elect donald is to fix that controversial law. powerful winter storm pounded the pacific northwest. pacific northwest. whereas pacific northwest. where is it heading next? stock index futures are so close to that 20,000 mark. but we have it today? you are watching transcendent, your first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪ yeah, with liberty mutual all i needed to do to get an estimate was snap a photo of the damage and voila! voila! (sigh) i wish my insurance company had that... wait! hold it... hold it boys... there's supposed to be three of you... where's your brother? where's your brother?
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lauren: good morning. 5:15 a.m. in new york. and to defend shared memories of that is carrie fisher who brought her signature wit and great to the role of princess leia in the "star wars" franchise film. fischer died at the a to 64 days are reportedly suffered a heart attack. president obama japanese prime minister shinzo abe made an historic visit to pearl harbor with a tribute to thousands of americans who lost their lives they are 75 years ago. they did not apologize for the attack on the base that offered what he called sincere and everlasting could this to the
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souls of those was december 2nd company to 41. amazon just had its greatest holiday season ever. the online retailer ships more than a billion items around the world this season. 72% of customers on their mobile devices topping the best-sellers list. let's check in right on stock index futures. 60 points away from the 20,000 milestone. today after first hitting 18,000, dow futures higher by 35-point today. today could be the day. nasdaq futures up 16 points to close at an all. >> president-elect donald trump pledged to cut back strangling businesses. starting with the dodd-frank law. peter burns has more on the story. peter. reporter: president-elect tom
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said the president obama and regulations have heard economic growth. >> dodd-frank has been a disaster make it hard for small businesses to get the credit they need. >> the banks are loaning money to people that need it. reporter: republicans in congress want to repeal and replace dodd-frank which president obama signed into law in 2010 after the financial crisis and billions in taxpayer-funded bailout. the limits on mr. bank at cities such as trading in derivatives securities and kind of tough new rules and create a new regulatory bodies including the consumer financial bureau and beefed up powers for federal reserve and other agencies. during the transition the website said the economy does not work for working people. bureaucratic red tape at washington mandates are not the answer. generally, republicans have
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increased bigger cash cushions from mistakes. >> that came into place after the worst financial collapse in decades. one of the reasons and the law was passed is ats x regulation that the banks are getting away scot free in their work rules on the books to protect their savings or mortgages and main street americans suffered. >> they may not suffer regulations and he criticized bill clinton's repeal to break up that her span off the investment bank in operations. supports a 21st century version of classical. back to you. dagen: peter burns in washington. lauren: privet proceedings, were canceled yesterday cardinal
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health have agreed to settle a lawsuit alleging they helped feel west virginia sophia epidemic with their massive shipments of painkillers. the drug wholesaler shipped 780 million oxycodone and hydrocodone pills to west virginia over the course of six years time and 1700 fatal overdoses. the terms of the settlements have not been disclosed. we'll keep you posted as details emerge. dagen: dss indicted three chinese traders who have been to u.s. law firm servers. the traders buy shares of publicly traded companies having stolen information on mergers and acquisitions. before those announcements were made, they are more than $4 million in illegal profits doing this. the traders access the servers more than 100,000 times between 2014 and 15 and many concerned about the cybersecurity thread to personal information.
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we will have details and highlight the massive year and winter storm strengthening of thousands across the great plains continued to dig up this morning. all of this follows the christmas day snowstorm. we will have the latest forecast and the fox weather center. today could be the day we finally seized 20,000 average. dow 33, s&p up by then the free market. you are watching transcendent "fbn:am", your first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪ with the xfinity tv app,
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dagen: let's take a look at the latest from the world of sports at the houston rkets begin the dallas mavericks 123-bonus seven. officials calling eight technical calls them the game. houston now has a chance to tie a record for most victories in a month. the rockets and in 15 games november 1996. in the nba, russell westbrook delivering 29 points, 17 rebounds and 11 assists for the win at ama. the nba high 15th triple-double of the season. college football, minnesota golden gophers winning with this lucky touchdown. minnesota's quarterback rich gannon broke when the washington state player jumped up and try to tip the ball away, it will rain into his hands. i see a right to me and said.
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minnesota beating 17-12 in the deacons be named the rank temple out 34-26. i have to brag about that a little bit. lauren: new year's eve is upon us and the weather might not be a friend in several parts of the nation. janis ian has the latest. reporter: good morning. the temperature has dropped significantly since this time yesterday. 38 in new york, 21 in minneapolis, the colder air we still have warmer air across the gulf coast. a look at the radar. i'll show you the system that brought a lot of rain and wind and snow. take a look at the next map shall we. if we could go to weather it. whether it will show you the radar right now across the northeast. there we go. the magic of television. your future radar. this is the storm system will
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watch over the next 12 to 24 hours if it's going to impact the northeast. let's move the cursor along and i'll show you what will happen thursday into friday. this will be off the coast bringing a lot of snow to new england and rain along the coast here. from new jersey and new york city is going to be maybe a rain event. thursday morning into friday and we think we could have jacked parts don't fall across new england and the interior northeast. move ahead in iowa show show you the winter weather via syria. as you have into saturday, new year's eve coming new year's day things get improved. take a click for me. thank goodness those portions of upstate new york. new year's eve a better scenario for all those who will be doing festivities.
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dagen: president-elect on tribe names in aid as his top counterterrorism in hi hair. good morning. i am dagen mcdowell and for nicole petallides. lauren: i had lauren simonetti. 55 points away at the close for the key thousand milestone. the nasdaq composite that did close at a record high. let's check in this morning. dow futures at 33 points. nasdaq futures at 15. dagen: is a show, a look at how it ended down for a 10th of
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what%. the hang seng in hong kong up a 10th of a percent. investors waiting to see if oil producers will deliver on their pledges to curtail production 5422 a barrel. >> we watched interest rates in particular. the yield on the 10 year treasuries that 2.56% holding about there in recent days means that your mortgage rate won't go out. >> the prime minister visiting pearl harbor saying it shows the power of reconciliation. dagen: &-ampersand calling this holiday season its best ever. was behind the record-breaking sales. winning the holiday bowl with a very lucky touchdown. dagen: 5:31 a.m. welcome to "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news.
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>> president elect announcing the that for his incoming administration. he shows his assistant for homeland security and counterterrorism. ssard is a longtime trump organization official also served under president george w. bush. dagen: putting jason grey and black, one of his main advisers and u.s.-israeli relations during the campaign and transition a special representative for international negotiation. in the meantime, the trump tower had to be evacuated with a suspicious package. these people are running for the lobby. a bomb squad check out the back and it actually contained children's toys. donald trump currently in florida for the holidays. >> israel bracing for attention to the obama administration is secretary of state john kerry prepares to give a major speech this morning on the u.s. vision for resolving the israeli-palestinian conflict.
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the two sides continue to grapple with the fallout from a u.n. security council resolution condemning the settlements in the west bank. the u.s. abstained from the boat but the israeli government insists it was the obama administration who orchestrated that. they denied the accusation that benjamin netanyahu spokesman dan key says he's seen the proof. >> i've seen information with my own eyes that contradicts that. we have ironclad information which we will share through the proper channels. >> give us an idea what that looks like. can you give us any idea of what the iron that information is? >> i can tell you these resources from the arab world and internationally. dagen: john kerry to win on the boat this morning. we morning. we'll bring you the remarks an fbi live at 11:00 a.m. is
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turned. >> in a show of reconciliation between two world war ii foes, president obama and japanese prime minister shinzo abe made an historic visit to pearl harbor yesterday that the uss arizona leaders also agreed to last the animosity. 75 years after the u.s. base was attacked by the japanese. >> words can add. the most bitter of adversaries can become the strongest of allies. the fruits of peace always outweigh the plunder of war. this is the enduring truth of this hallowed harbor. lauren: abe offered what he called sincere and everlasting condolences to the 2400 u.s. service members who died that day. dagen: other news, and no shirts, no shoes, no trump voters.
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one café in hawaii telling customers if you voted for donald trump elsewhere. the sign was posted in honolulu, hawaii recently. the underside telling fox news.com they don't actually plan to ask customers who they cast their ballots were. her husband wanted to express how much he doesn't like the president-elect. just three people have called to complain about the sign. lauren: they could have made a better sign. fans today remembering carrie fisher, the actor is perhaps best known for playing christmas leah and "star wars" died yesterday. she was hospitalized since friday after becoming ill on a flight back home to los angeles. her family did not release details, but media reports say she had a heart attack. >> every man my age 43 and above had a childhood crush on carrie fisher. >> the way she act, the way she projected herself was just the strength within her and being a role model for every
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girl. the process somebody to look up to. i didn't just have hans solo. lauren: to feature role in the hit shampoo opposite warren beatty and austin power, blues brothers in hannah and her sisters feared fans really love her work in "star wars." >> i should suspect to find you holding the leash. i recognized your foul stench when i was brought on board. lauren: subbase unexpected death poses challenges for walt disney over the fate of her character, princess leia. she has finished filming for the 2017th release currently in postproduction. said that was the daughter of actress debbie reynolds and singer eddie fisher. she lives behind aaughter, billie lord. carrie fisher died at the age of 16. dagen: muskeg are caught up on the global market action overnight.
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in asia, the markets closed already any cap marquez one of the fourth of the four that were up about eight tenths of a percent. lauren: a cautious trade in most markets. in london the ftse 100 opened for the first time in four days of 25 points today. the cac in paris at four-point btx on three points. dagen: can we make it to 20,000? at least they're getting an up or get here. 33-point gain on the dow futures. 55 points away from that 20,000 mark. lauren: oil prices up 45% this year. they continue the path of%. gold gaining $2 an ounce. dagen: talking about how much oil has been at this year. fifty-four dollars a barrel now the highest level since july. the economy confidence that opec and non-opec nations will follow
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through with reduction test. phil flynn, senior market analyst at price futures group and fox news contributor joins us live at the very latest. so, what big oil producers are concerned about is they are trying to come of it, but it is, manipulate the markets of the prices don't go so high that people pull back on their consumption of full and permanently change their habits. >> i agree with that. saudi arabia in particular has always been worried about getting prices too high too icy. i think they fthe prices have been so low for so long that they have a lot of upside before they have that problem. everybody thinks inflation is bad that the fed would be dying for a little inflation. forget dow 20,000. how about oil $55 a barrel. you are right about that. i think that opec realizes that
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if they engineered an economic slowdown because they raise prices too high, that is going to hurt them in the long run, but they feel confident they can get through that. look at what happened in the u.s. yesterday that the consumer confidence. i think that's amazing. we see that in gasoline demand good when you consider the highest confidence since the terrorist attacks of 2011, that is pretty amazing about how the u.s. is ceiling about the outlook for the economy. usually when they feel good about the economy, they start to spend money can be a of land and that chandra is a self-fulfilling prophecy. i'm optimistic about oil demand in the new year. dagen: tribe treated about that confidence yesterday. lauren: he congratulated himself to you are feeling great about things you don't think twice about going to the gas station filling up the suv and driving somewhere. that's what you do when you're feeling good. he said $55 for crude oil.
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do you see it going to succeed or even higher and when? >> we could see $60. a scenario in january we could even make it this year if everything were running out of time. we could get into a light volume spike. i think once the market realizes opec is reducing production, $60 is in the cards. as we get in the new year but the economic up to him and said we could edge up to receive in the $70 handle. it could be a big year for oil. dagen: what about the jobs coming back in texas and dakotas? when people see oil prices going up, they think that the gas is going up there particularly in those parts of the country they are thinking it's good for our economy. >> it is good for our economy. the u.s. for the first time in a vault time is an oil exporter.
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they are exporting oil in even more than that for the first time in history we are not exporter of natural gas. when we see the oil prices go up at not all bad. it's good for gdp. dagen: good to see you. phil flynn joining us from chicago. senior market analyst at price futures group. lauren: of christmas is a holiday of getting coming january is the month of returning. record e-commerce sales will peak on thursday. the fifth of january, a.k.a. national returns day. ups says it does expect to send 1.3 million packages back to retailers that they have found them within 5.8 biion ckages during the first full weekf 27 team up from last year's 5 million returns and people go to the store. dagen: chances are if you are giving this year year, you reason amazon. the company high but they are calling at best year ever in
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2016. says that the go home assistant and i put out topping the list of must-have products so much so that despite the best efforts, amazon says they had trouble keeping them in stock. other best sellers this year, cherry cups, the movie finding dori and pokémon role-playing games. shares are up significant knee, trading at almost $800 a share. lauren: that is a pretty chart. as republicans overhauled the landmark dodd-frank legislation, president-elect donald trump to fix the controversial law. it's a powerful winter storm pounding the pacific pacific northwest. where's it headed now does it get in the way of your new year's eve celebration? you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets 5:42 a.m. g wherever i choose. the east and the west are mine.
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dagen: 5:35 a.m. in new york city new york city. but new york city. the fear cabinets happy now. these are bracing for another clash this morning as secretary of state john kerry prepares to lay out the u.s. vision for middle east peace in a speech this morning. we should say the obama administration's vision expected to weigh in on the u.s. decision to abstain from a u.n. vote condemning israeli settlement in the west bank and east jerusalem. president obama japanese prime minister savoie and made an historic visit to pearl harbor
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pay an emotional tribute to the thousands of americans who lost their lives there 75 years ago. it did not apologize for the attack and offered what he called sincere and everlasting condolences to the souls of those lost on december 7th, 1941. amazon just had its greatest holiday season ever. the online retailer saying that shapes more than a billion prime items around the world this season with 72% of customers placing orders on mobile devices. topping the best-seller's list, the amazon echo n. u.s. stock market futures ahead of the opening bell. the dow starts his day. 55 points away from the 20,000 mark indians across the board after the nasdaq yesterday had its own all-time high. that is what is happening now. lauren: in a surprising twist a beloved amazon echo speaker that people are scouring to buy this
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holiday season may be a big help to investigators in a murder case. the echo can recognize human voices and complete commands. the devices i was recording them information is stored on a cloud. that's exactly why investigators are interested in the echo belonged to james andrew bates, a man accused of strangling and driving a friend in his hot tub last year. the device may supply crucial evidence to the investigation, but amazon says it will not release the recording without a warrant. technology versus privacy. dagen: donald trump has pledged a cutback regulations strangling businesses starting with the dodd-frank financial. peter burns has more on the story. >> president-elect trump said the campaign trail the president obama's reform law and regulations have hurt economic growth. >> .frank has been a disaster make it harder for small businesses to get the credit they need. the banks are on the money to
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that need it. regutors a running the banks. >> they want to repeal and replace dodd-frank which president above president obama signed into law in 2010 and after the financial crisis in billions in tax verified a lot. it puts limits on riskier bank at cities such as trading in derivatives series and had a tough rules for mortgages. it created new regulatory bodies including the consumer financial protection bureau and beefed-up powers for the federal reserve and other agencies here in berlin the transition, the website said the dodd-frank economy does not work for working people. bureaucratic red tape in washington mandates are not the answer. generally, republicans have favored increasing bank capital as part of replacing dodd-frank. bigger cash cushions to absorb losses from mistakes. supporters cautioned mr. trump against ruling against the law. >> after the worst financial collapse in decades.
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one of the reasons that the reasons that this is fair that antecedent the law was passed as there was lax regulation that the banks were getting away scott free and there were pros on the books to protect their savings, protect mortgages and regular americans suffered. dagen: mr. trump may not -- >> e. criticize former president bill clinton's repeal of the classic language for state needs to break a by spinning out their investment banking operations. mr. trump supports a 21s century version of lassie go. back to you. dagen: peter burns in washington. thank you, peter. tranter lucky touchdown pass. we'll have details. a massive year-end winter storm the strength name of thousands across the great plains are still digging out after their christmas day snowstorm. we are going to janice dean in the fox weather center. coming up, you are watching "fbn:am." keep it here.
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refund and support. spin master, the company has said it tired extra customer service support and extend its hours at the failure to hatch problem. hatchimals cost about 70 bucks and make business in their hatching that is the most annoying sound on planet earth. i don't know how parents put up with it. lauren: that is a bigot for not making enough of the $70 story. let's take a look at the latest in sports. the houston rockets the houston rockets beat in the mavericks 123-107. officials called a technical fouls in the game. the rockets 13th win this month. houston has a chance to tie its record for most victories in one month. the rockets won 15 games in november 1996. russell westbrook 1129 points, 17 rebounds and 11 assists for oklahoma city win at miami. the nba high 15th triple-double of the season.
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and college football, the minnesota golden gophers winning the holiday bowl with this lucky touchdown. minnesota quarterback various dangerous 13-yard touchdown pass pass commission in brooklyn or washington state player jumped up and tried to tip the ball away. actually what ran into the hands of brooks as he arrives at me and said. minnesota beat washington state 17-12. dagen: 34-26. i didn't even know they were in a bowl game. the regular acc in basketball does start. i was like good luck to the demon deacons. congratulations. before you head out the door, a literature wednesday forecast with fox senior meteorologist janice dean. >> we're watching a quiet day today for the most part. and so crank up tomorrow and into friday as they watch the next-line system of across the
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great lakes and link up with the storm across the south. this my friend is what we call in the research. tuesday morning your commute will be rainy. anterior sections where we get this now. let's move ahead and i'll show you with discernment dances. snowmachine roland and the potential for six to 12, 18 inches plus now for northern new england. this is the one to watch as we head into thursday evening and even friday. it is kicked out on friday and saturday we should have a quieter weather forecast. a look at the winter weather advisory. we still have some snow across the great lakes commended the big event tomorrow and as we look ahead at a show you what the the winter weather advisories are posted. this is where we get a worse now. if now. if you that's anywhere from connecticut to name khomeini to pay close attention toour local forecast because this could bring significant snow. the good news is for new year's eve things clear up nicely. i'm not promising once but at
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least it won't be a big snowstorm. back to you, lauren and bacon. lauren: had the disclaimer. dagen: i am clawing out saturday morning. reporter: i will make sure that happens. dagen: people do that in the halls. they get angry. reporter:@. if i like it was no problem. dagen: we love you. lauren: we do. coming up, we will hand it over to "mornings with maria."
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dagen: thank you for watching fbn:am. lauren: absolutely. mornings with maria begins right now. looking great. sandra: good morning, everyone, i'm sandra smith in for maria bartiromo this morning. it is wednesday december 28th and your top stories at 6:00 a.m. eastern. the trump administration taking shape but possible changes loom as some cabinet members have different views on key issues including trade, whether that helps or hurt it is incoming administration ahead. plus, rising tensions between u.s. and israel, secretary of state john kerry set to lay out the obamadministration's vision to resolve conflict between israel and palestinians but the israeli pushing back after the u.s. abstained from the un resolution vote.

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