breaking news this morning president-elect donald trump sits down with top intelligence officials for briefing on their report that russia hacked the e-mails. good friday morning. in the markets all eyes today are on the first jobs report released this year. will the number be strong enough to push the dow over the 20,000 mark. they are down by 20 points. the nasdaq futures are down just one point. chinese currency backed up its biggest gain. they stepped in to push it
higher. that finished it down one third of 1%. in japan the ek down one third of 1%. today it looks like they are doing the same. fifty-four dollars per barrel. the hope is that the country sticks to those production cuts. the good news if you want a mortgage. 2.36 percent for the tenure. donald trump takes aim at toyota. and reportedly now wants u.s. taxpayers to foot the bill for the border wall. well have the latest comments on its $4.8 billion deal for yahoo. a matchup of two nba and giants. we will tell you who came out on top.
and in hockey it was a cinderella story that came to an end. friday, january 6, we welcome you. your first look at what's moving in today's market and the latest breaking news. we do had breaking news this morning. president-elect donald trump will be briefed today by senior intelligence officials which found that russia hacked democrats e-mail to influence the election. trump expresses doubt yet again. how and why are they so sure about hacking if they never requested an examination of the computer servers. what is going on. trump has picked former senator dan coats to be the director of national intelligence. he is a conservative from indiana. he is also a critic of russia. the former cia director announcing he will no longer
be an advisor to the trumpet team following the report that he was being excluded from intelligence discussions. he commented on trump's plan last night. i think at the direction that the reforms have taken is not good one. there are a lot of weaknesses into problems. see make all of this coming after top u.s. intelligence officials appear before the senate panel yesterday on their findings into russia's role in the presidential election. we get more details on that from peter barnes. see mac the director is standing by conclusions from u.s. intelligent services that the russian government try to influence the election by hacking the democratic e-mails. james clapper told congress yesterday he is seen by the finance more resolutely than ever ahead of a detailed report on the meter that was presented to president obama
yesterday and to congress next week. there has been a lot of focus on the hacking this is actually part of a multifaceted campaign that the russians mounted with the use of social media fake news, they exercised all of those capabilities in addition to the hacking. clapper said he could not determine if the russian efforts changed the outcome of the election. a lot of the material was posted by wikileaks they told foxnews this week that russia was not the source of it. th ced that comment in a tweet earlier this week after appearing to question u.s. intelligence services. esther trump waiting again. the media likes to say i'm in agreement with julian's a saws.
it is for the people to make up their minds for their truth. in fact i am a big fan. peter barnes, thank you so much. >> as president in november. the joint session of congress will be convened to count the votes and vice president joe biden will declare trump the winter. they met in their states last month to cast their vote for president and certify it before mailing their tallies to washington. a small handful reportedly may file a protest to challenge the victory but that is not expected to draw the required support. the president-elect is asking congress not mexico to provide the funds for his promise while. the transition team reached out to gop members of congress in an effort to have them add
funding for the massive project in the bill within the next few months. >> donald trump using twitter to send a strong message. threatening to hit toyota in the wallet if one of its cars is made in mexico. they will build a new plant in baja mexico to build corolla cars for the u.s. toyota responded with a statement in part they had been part of the c fabric in the u.s. for nearly 60 years. production volume or employment in the u.s. well not decrease as a result of our new plant in mexico which was announced in april of 2015. congressional republicans are moving ahead. they now had the replacement plan will come later this year but they won't say whether that plan would allow those covered through obama care to stay insured.
we have all we've all the latest from capitol hill. >> repealing and replacing the affordable care act will be an item in 2017. that will happen legislatively that calendar year. the house speaker would not put a timeline on when obama care would eventually be phased out and its replacement phased in. >> how long will it take for markets to put in place and the markets to adjust. the legislating on legislative on obama care will happen this year. democrats are picking a new fight. they're calling for an ethics investigation into the health and human services nominee. a wall street journal report which contends that price traded stocks that could of been influenced by legislation he pushed. ey call that a quote stunt.
president obama is likely to touch on obama care when he gets his vital address in chicago this tuesday. for african-americans expected in the chicago court today. in connection with the video you have probably seen or heard about that racially charged anti- trump video broadcast on facebook live. life. according to authorities all for admitted to their roles in the assault of an 18-year-old mentally disabled white man who they tied up with a beat in torture. we are also were also learning the victim knew one of the assailants in the assault went on for up to five hours before the police found him wandering in the streets. they addressed the video yesterday. >> for the most part race relations have gotten better. i think we've seen over the last several years when it comes between tensions and
policing communities the hate crimes that we've seen it's terrible. back in chicago authorities are at a loss to explain why anyone would a live stream such a crime. >> i can't understand why anybody puts anything on facebook. still refusing to comment on how may people if any reported the content before it was taken down. >> the new year is already off to a very chilly start as winter weather seeps across the nation. in new york heavy snow left some driver stuck for more than five hours. i've been at the exit since bere 5:00.
it takes a lot of patience. hopefully they all get out safely. 80million people could be at risk. we will get the latest and that's just ahead. we also get the latest on the job number. investors will be watching to see if it strong enough to do the trick to take the dow industrial to the key $20,000 level. with the unemployment rate take a nap. this is the first full month since donald trump was elected president so it will be interesting to see which sectors are hiring. we will have complete coverage at mornings with maria.
stay clot -- stay caught up on the global market. you see both of those down one third of 1%. flip it over to europe and you can see it's down for the first time in nine days. the dax in germany down 27. we are seen in the pressure to the downside. the nasdaq tried to out a gain here. and it could have another record close. verizon has some doubts about its billion-dollar yahoo deal. one admitting it's unsure whether it's okay to go through with that. and affected over a billion
customers. they ask aol ceo for his thoughts for the consumer electronic show. walt was also bought by verizon. >> i think anytime you are buying an asset we will get the rest of that in a moment. liz is also good to be talking to some of the biggest names in the auto industry be sure to turn in -- tune in. the marriage of cars in technology. she will have she'll have the first business interview. and also a partnership with the nasa. >> the knowledge for a thomas cars. we will be right back. customer care, technology,
>> tgif. let's get you caught up on what's happening right now. senior intelligence officials will be in trump tower to brief president-elect donald trump on what they know about russian interference in the u.s. presidential election. the meeting could be tense as trump continues to trump continues to express his doubts about their findings. the director of national intelligence told congress yesterday he was convinced that russia engaged in cyber
espionage. trump also challenging another automaker at this time this time threatening to impose a hefty tax on toyota if it builds its corolla for the u.s. market and a new plant in mexico. toyota says no jobs in the u.s. will be lost. in the final employment report is released in just a few hours. the december jobs numbers will wrap up the performance under eight years of president obama. for the month of common economist forecast to 4.7%. while those will those numbers do the trick. and take the dow industrial to 20,000. down futures are down 11. they are eyeing another record close up one and a half points. lord, after day one of the consumer electronics show in vegas here are five gadgets that may make you say wow. how may people do you know with a cracked smart phone screen. this is just for them. the invisible shield screen is
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driving cars. liz claman talks with nissan ceo about his new high test partnership with nasa. it's day two of the consumer electronics show. this is all cars. they have exploded for the consumer. all kinds of concept ideas. truly there is a lot of news breaking here that matters to the driver on the road. nissan is making that news. cognitive learning by cars. they're making a very big announcement. they will be working with nasa. it is a game changer for future technology. it's going to be available for
many other carmakers. we are showing the a solution for this kind of problem except by going with nasa we probably got faster. we see the change from the other side. thank you so much. we will have more from liz claman later in the show. coming up in stores a matchup of two nba giants. he may be pretty funny.
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he makes those free throws and the rackets when it. his columbus blue jackets trying to tie the record with a 17th straight win. they put it in for six goals a season. the second they fire the slapper. and then for the first goal of the year. all good things come to an end. that's it for the blue jackets streak. the capitals when that 15-zero. powerful winter storms now moving to the east and 80 million people could be at risk.
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after chinese officials step in. the shanghai composite down a third of 1%. it's also done a third of 1%. they watched whether opec will stick to the production cuts. they continue to fall. if you want to mortgage the 30 year fixed rate mortgage falling 4.2 percent. the aim the sites at toyota. they've foot the bill. we will have the latest comments on verizon's concern about its $4.8 billion deal. and in sports a matchup of two nba giants. we will tell you who came out on top.
it's 5:31 a.m. in new york. your first week of what's moving with the latest breaking news. breaking this morning. president-elect donald trump will be briefed today. on the report which said they influence the presidential election. how and why are they so sure about hacking. they have picked the former senator to be senator to be his director of national intelligence. a conservative from indiana. the former cia director announced he will no longer be an advisor with the trump team.
now they said the reported plan to read vamp in the intelligence community. i think the direction is not a good one. there are a lot of weaknesses into problems. >> all of this coming after top u.s. intelligence officials appear before the panel yesterday we get more now from her own peter barnes. the director of national intelligence is standing by the russian government tried to influence the russian government. james clapper told congress yesterday. he is standing by the findings more resolutely than ever. it was presented to president obama yesterday.
it's been presented to president-elect trump today. into congress next week. it was part of a multifaceted campaign that the russians mounted. whether it's the use of social media fake news they exercised all of those capabilities in addition to the hacking. but clapper said he could not determine if the efforts changed the outcome of the election. a lot of the material was posted by wikileaks is founder told foxnews this week that russia was not the source of it. the president-elect cited that comment in a tweet earlier this week after a. to again question u.s. intelligence services. mister trump waited again tweeting the dishonest media likes saying i'm in agreement with julian massage. it's for the people to make up their own minds as a truth.
back to you in new york. they meet today to sign off on donald trump election in november. they will be convened to count the vote and vice president joe biden will declare trump the winter. to cast their vote f president into certify it before mailing their tallies to washington for the event today. a small handful of house democrats may file a protest. the president-elect is reportedly asking congress not mexico to provide the funds for his promised wall the trump transition team reached out to members of congress in an effort to have them for the massive project in a bill within the next few months. donald trump using twitter to
send a strong message. the president-elect threatening to hit toyota in the wallet. trump tweeted they will build a new plant in baja mexico to build toyota cars. they issued a statement saying toyota has been part of the fabric. it will not decrease as a result of our new plant in mexico. >> for african-americans expected in that chicago courtroom today. it was an attack that was broadcast on facebook lie. these four admitted to their roles in the assault of an 18-year-old mentally disabled a white man who they tied up, beat and torred. where learning that the victims knew one of the assailants.
president obama addressed the video listen. >> for the most part race relations have gotten better and i think what we've seen over the last several years when it comes to tensions between police and communities horrific hate crimes is terrible. they're trying to decide what anyone would live stream a crime. facebook is still refusing to comment on how many reported the content before it was taken off the site and it was a viewed viewed thousands of times before that. the new year is already offered to a very chilly start.
heavy snow left some drivers stuck for more than five hours. i have a guy that will go ahead of me and help plow me through. it just takes a lot of patience. see mac 80 million people could be at risk. will get the latest just ahead. let's get you caught up on global market -- market under night. china move to defend their currency after rising and the most since 2005. it was down a third of 1%. hong kong up a third of 1%. simpson reported a nice profit. that also higher. you can see all hours across
the board. nearly half of 1%. it was down just fractionally and it was down one quarter of 1%. right here in the u.s. the futures are down 11 points. 20,000 is entirely possible today. nasdaq up not even a point. oil was hovering around 18 month highs. up to 50 cents. after two massive data breaches they have some doubts about billion-dollar yahoo deal. one admitting it's unsure if it's able to go through that. they ask apple ceo.
you will remember that it was bought by verizon. that was back in 2015. anytime you are buying the asset generally it will change. i think it will --dash -- it is ely right now. and liz claman will be talking to some of the biggest names in the auto industry be sure to tune in for that. a merger with sprint is still a possibility. the fortunes and that meant teaming up with t-mobile. back in 2014. it was reportedly killed because of opposition from the government. the popular messaging service snap is being accused of lying about its growth numbers. he claimed he was a fired
because he questioned management. he was led away from facebook in part by the false numbers. the lawsuit comes at a bad time. it is preparing an ipo later this year. >> gap is one of the stocks we're watching today. 2% during the holiday season from one year ago. reversing that. they raise the earnings guidance. federal judge has ordered the pharmaceuticals to stop selling its complete -- competing cholesterol. they move to challenge smart phones. it plans to open its first retail store in south korea. their best profit and of the
>> it's 5:45 let's get you caught up on what's happening now. senior intelligence officials will be there about what they know about russian interference. the director of national intelligence told congress yesterday he was convinced that russia engaged in cyber espionage. trump is also challenging another automaker. at this this time he's threatening to impose as hefty tariff. toyota says no jobs in the
u.s. will be lost. in the final employment report will be released in just a few hours. the december jobs numbers will wrap up the economy's performance. a net gain of 100 jobs. let's check in on stock market futures this morning. the nasdaq closed at a record high yesterday a is looking down one. >> the champagne is being chilled. we have three gadgets from the consumer electronics show that you may want or absolutely need the invisible shield screen protector is so tough it can withstand been smashed by a hammer. one -- do you want to actually experience what is happening with your drum. they connect to the drones to
show you what to do the the drone is seen they also had a pair for augmented reality. the virtual reality gets even better with these shoes that promise more realistic gameplay. the cost of these they will look kind of funky. switching gears now. let's go right over the liz claman. about his new high-tech partnership with nasa. >> everybody jumps in the car and says my car is a rocketship. that actually the way they sat reality carless scone nasa you are working with the nasa to nasa to do what for cars.
they have a lot of knowledge which is very importanfor autonomous cars in drirless cars. into the robot cars. what you're using we have installed into this car and this means that for cars to drive by itself or for the driver to be in the car you will need additional intelligence in the car but there is always things that are unpredictable. in this case there is always a human backup. this is very rare. there the link to connected services and this is something that we are putting in place.
>> i will ask you very pointed question. do the cars have ability to learn they learn within certain roles. if you break your role. you are in a black history and then you have a straight line that you can't cross. a car in a decision like this cannot make that. after you tell me what you see. as any car coming from the other side there's some specifics where we still need human interaction. coming up and sports. a matchup of two nba giants we will tell you who came out on top.
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westbrook leading the fast break. the time is running out now. the game is tied at 116. he makes both free throws and the rockets when 118-116. the pistons versus the hornets. there up 13 at halftime. in the fourth quarter kimball walker drives inside for the bucket in the towel goes down seven. the bottom of the three-pointer. it tied at 113. only half a second remaining last chance for the hornets.
they are trying to tie the record with the 17th straight win. it's the first no score. they put it in for the sixth of the season. they get their own rebound. for his first goal of the year. in all good things come to an end. the capitals when five-zero. heavy rain and snow. it's now moving to the east. 80million people could be at risk and to states issuing a state of emergency. let's get right to it. a lot of folks are going to be expecting winter weather. nineteen and south texas.
the cold air has set its sights on the southeast and the next storm system that is going to move through is going to move snow and ice. the is good news. but the big event that is exactly what is on the way this afternoon. upwards of a foot of snow. yes it's possible. big problems here. a possibility here and then ice here. this is can be a situation that could be very dangerous. people need to be taking their precautions now. ladies, back to you. the late princess diana wrote lots of letters.
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thank you for watching dagen mcdowell happy friday jobs friday perhaps records on wall street dagen: we will see ladies thank you so much good morning, everybody. i am dagen mcdowell in for maria bartiromo. it is friday, january 6, jobs at a, your top stories at 6:00 a.m. eastern time. >> russia in focus president-elect donald trump gearing up for intelligence briefing on the alleged hacking comes after the director of national intelligence james clapper issues a warning to lawmakers, during the senate hearing yesterday over the validity of the reports. >> i think there is an important distinction here between healthy skepticism, which policy makers number one should always ask for