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>> breaking news this morning. the world gets ready to bring in the new year against titan can dirty concerns canceling plans for fireworks. latest on security preparations. i am cheryl casone. jo: i am transfixed that the town is over 200 points today to end flat for the year while the s&p is up fractionally for 2015. the nasdaq debate winner of 7% for this year so far. >> u.s. stock market futures ahead of the final day of trading for the year. the dow corning higher for 11 points, s&p at a fraction, nasdaq up by three. jo: to victory in the market this year is that just
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fractionally this morning. crude oil down 31% this year and also taking a look at oil as well. cheryl: in the midwest preparing for a record flood crest for the mississippi river. the latest development there. jo: bill cosby free after being charged a 2000 for sexual assault case. cheryl: gop front runner donald trump continued to take aim at bill clinton and wayman. we will have that story. jo: the wisconsin badgers hang onto their ballgame anytime to the wire finish in the gordon's day warriors don't they make themselves. details on that coming up. welcome to "fbn:am," your first look at what's living in today's markets, the latest breaking news and what to expect today, the last day of 2015. cheryl: happy new year, everyone. belgian officials said today that a man was arrested during a
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search of a house in brussels, making him the 10th person to be held in belgian over the militant attacks in paris which killed 130 people last month. the man was named only as 22-year-old iu v. he was charged with terrorist murder and participation a terrorist organization. belgium has been at the heart of investigations into the attacks that happened in paris. jo: you are looking at a live shot of times square right now as the clock ticks down to 2016. new zealand will be the first to usher in the new year with fireworks at 6:00 a.m. eastern time followed by sydney, australia at 8:00 eastern. police are on high alert amid new terror threats. 60,000 police and troops will be deployed across france which is still recovering from the november terror attacks in paris. the city has canceled its usual fireworks display. belgian officials have canceled their fireworks display in brussels because of a threat of terrorism to members of the belgian motorcycle group charged
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with plotting an attack in brussels to do appear in court today. around a million people here in new york city are acted to gather in new york city's times square for extraordinary security is planned for new year's eve according to the mayor. expressed in new york city police officers will be in the crowds including members of a new specialist counterterrorism unit. >> the n.y.p.d. will use radiation or spirit bill of undercover folks in the crowd. the last 16 sheets in which they funnel people in and they want them with magnetometers. i think times square will be a safe place. if you are a terrorist he will look at target that are much softer. jo: security being ramped up in washington in spite of the rose bowl parade near los angeles. senior officials say president obama has been briefed on possible terror attacks in the three cities before he left on his family vacation. after i was from a single source
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and has not been concerned. cheryl: wall street getting ready to wrapup 2016. ahead of the final opening just over 219 points in order to post and theme for the year. if they don't win the day the double post its first down year since 2008. so far the dow was down just over one point. the s&p 500 up a fraction of a percent. today a key day to watch. nasdaq the big winner for 2015 up nearly 7%. thank you, technology. a look at the top honors for the year the s&p 500 hit the big names as you can see chesapeake from southwestern energy and foster group are the losers. those are the energy names tied to oil prices and will bring the winners later on. jo: bill cosby free after being arraigned on a felony assault
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charge resulted in a encounter with a woman 12 years ago. kospi walked into a courthouse in pennsylvania posting 10% of his $1 million bail in cash and he was released. the house he told the judge she understood the charges against him. he surrendered their passports and was ordered not to make any contacts with the alleged victims. attorney gloria allred represents 29 women accused of assault. she told on the record on fox news that many of them will testify if they are called. >> many of them have indicated to me that they will be willing to testify when the prosecutor in the case in pennsylvania wishes to call them as witnesses and they are going to be courageous as they have done and they will testify. cheryl: farmer temple university said no kospi drugged and
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violated her out his home back in 2004. cheryl: mother of 13 fugitives has apparently been deported back to the united states. mexico's migration institute said she left yesterday on a flight from bodily harm new mexico to los angeles and she was sent home because authorities said numbers even injunction like the one that block the deportation of her son, ethan. he remains in custody in mexico. couch or use affluence as a defense in a drunken driving wreck in texas in 2013 has been in the hot seat as far as media coverage goes. prosecutors say tony couch will be charged with hindering the apprehension of the juvenile. jo: president obama says the federal government will help to a severe flooding. nine minutes in the st. louis area have been taught by water forcing evacuation. >> i don't have much but what i have felt like a key.
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taken me a long time to get what i got and it might all go. jo: 20 people have died over the last several days in illinois and all has been blamed on flooding. an aggressive stand back in operation is underway to keep open the lanes of interstate 55 at the merrimack river in new jersey due to start flooding. cheryl: and ricky marquez was indicted by a federal grand jury with san bernardino shooters farouq to provide support to terrorists. marquez was arrested two weeks ago. he suspected of buying rifles and a december 2nd mass shooting. they left 14 people dead in the southern california city. farouk in the lake were killed a few hours later. jo: the united states to impose sanctions that would be the first time since the past summer's agreement on the nuclear program. "the wall street journal" citing
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u.s. officials saying sanctions would be in that companies and individuals in iran communicated arab emirate in hong kong for developing ballistic missile programs. as for big u.s. or foreign nationals from conducting business with the blacklisted firms as well as any asset the individuals holding that the u.s. financial system. cheryl: doll trunk launching an attack against bill and hillary clinton as the war of words between both campaigns heats up. trump told a rally he was forced to fight back after the front runner accused him of displaying a penchant for sexism. >> review this is for. don't we view review this is for? the husband wants to be one of the great abusers of the world. give me a break. give me a break. cheryl: there is not much donald trump hasn't talked about on the campaign trail. yesterday in hilton head prepared for an attack about
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environmentalists hairspray. >> they say don't use hairspray. it's bad for the o zone. so in this concealed apartment. i do live in a very nice apartment. but it is sealed. it's beautiful. i don't think anything gets out. i'm not supposed to be using hairspray. cheryl: he went on to say that i want to use hairspray. jo: apparently he needs it. jeb bush changing up his campaign playbook. his campaign is drastically searching resources from the airways to the ground. the campaign can't find advertising by and hopes of reviving his bid for the presidency. the campaign will use money to deploy as many as 16 or campaign staffers from his miami headquarters for the first for voting states. iowa, new hampshire, south carolina and nevada. be sure to tune in for an xbox
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business republican debate thursday june the 14th right here on the fox business network out of charleston, south carolina. the state department is going to release almost 9000 pages of hillary clinton's private e-mails today. expect to be the largest batch of e-mails released today. this is the eighth time to department has published a -- it will force the agency to post all the e-mails online by the end of january. hundreds of e-mails mark foley or partially classified in the latest release. jo: lifted chicago global market action overnight to shanghai trading down almost 1%. the hang seng in hong kong up fractionally. here's a look at how the asian markets did for the year. watching the shanghai composite at 10% and 2015 despite a rough summer. the hang seng down 7% committed japan at 10% and the cost being career 2.4% and the green.
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cheryl: going over to europe. it is midday trading. the middle of the session with the first 13 in the cac down to 13 in the cac 40 out by 17. jo: u.s. stock market futures right now trading green just barely. dow futures had 15 points, s&p futures up 1.5. cheryl: oil and gold for the year down about 31%. gold is down about 10% for the year. right now oil at 3671. gold is the 1061 an ounce. jo: let's look at the basket of currencies around the world trading down just slightly down just slightly against the u.s. dollar. the u.k. passed fractionally and overall the canadian dollar goes down just about even in the japanese yen up slightly. trading to the yield on the 10 year treasury rate now is 2.3%. that is again a .50 basis points again for the year .13%.
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jo: of puerto rico will default to 174 principals in interest payments on bonds and new year's day. the governor porter reiko says the increases the likelihood the island will face lawsuits from a number of creditors. secretary-treasurer jack lew told maria bartiromo the porter reiko is already in default. >> they party been taking money out of pension funds to pay current bills. they've been shifting money to pay another creditor. that is effectively the fault. >> the u.s. has been helping to give porter records will continue to do so. cheryl: here's a look at the headline from "the wall street journal." the first one suffered their first u.s. crude exports. the companies plan to finish loading the first tanker and 40 years today. next-line bluebells response to
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the listeria contamination. the government looking into at the ice cream maker knew about contamination and how it responded. finally microsoft to alert users of this snooping. informing users of the online e-mail and file storage services if it suspects attackers associated with government agencies have tried to break into their accounts. probably a good thing. jo: gets out jerry seinfeld kicked off a season of comedians and cars getting coffee. >> i do really -- partly because i think writers are big so i look a little like a cartoon tour. >> the car didn't make it very far from the white house. we'll bring you more from "seinfeld" and the president coming out. wisconsin hanging onto it went in a ballgame in a down to the wire finish. the warriors don't they make themselves about their mvp.
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>> that's unbelievable. i knew that wouldn't work. >> you didn't sell it. trade to president obama kicking up a seventh season of "seinfeld" had comedians riding in cars and getting coffee. they weren't allowed to leave the white house premises. they are in white house 1960 sting ray group. the president talked about his succession about his up session
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with notches, cursing and of course obamacare. cheryl: let's get you caught up on global action overnight. asian stocks right now trading. the shanghai composite down 94%. fractional ms. finish up this morning. jo: the stocks down about 11 points in the cac in paris on 14.7. cheryl: u.s. stock market futures looking like this. slightly higher open for every index pointing up by 16 and by one and three quarters. jo: about psychic key commodities. oil trading up about a third of a percent. cheryl: let's take a look at the latest in the world of sports. the holiday bowl came down. wisconsin held on in the final seconds 23-21. the badgers had a go-ahead field
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goal with two and half minutes to go when their final drive the trojans got involved in the 50 year bond before casler threw four straight and completions. this also marks the first time wisconsin is beaten usc in seven tries. the golden state warriors had a hard time with stephen curry. they got blown away by the mavericks losing 114-91. the bursting of the season curry missed due to a left leg bruise and he bruise and he may be out again tonight against houston. with a 29-to come at the warriors still have the best 31 games start in nba history. omar jackson came up big for louisville in their 27-21 victory over texas a&m. jackson became the third player to rush. the freshman's first start since october 30th finishing with a bold record of 453 total yards. don't forget that both college football national games take place later today.
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clemson will face oklahoma in the orange bowl. michigan state will take on alabama in the cotton bowl. good football coming out. jo: the world is getting ready to ring in the new year with heightened security concerns. >> we have to use intelligence and technology and had to use good old-fashioned police work to keep these events save. jo: traders getting ready for the final day of market action for 2015. i doubt needs to gain about 220 points to breakeven for the year. check in with the stock index futures ahead of the final trading day up slightly 16 points. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning market and breaking news. ♪
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investors get ready to ring in the new year. the doubt is over 200 points to an flat for the year while the s&p is up fractionally. nasdaq big winner up 7% for the year so far. jo: checking u.s. stock market futures trading for the year. features of 60 points come s&p up 1.5 and nasdaq up 5.3. cheryl: oil prices story of the year for the markets could rebuild down 31% for the year. right now oil 3669. jo: in the midwest on new year's eve, people preparing for a record flood cracks in the mississippi river. we will bring you the latest from there. cheryl: will cause the free in a million dollars bail after being charged with the 2004 sexual assault case. jo: gop front runner donald trump way man on hairspray. we will bring about story. the wisconsin badgers hold on to
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win their home game. the golden state warriors something like themselves about their 2015 mvp. details coming up. welcome to "fbn:am" come your first look at today's markets, the latest breaking news in the day ahead. jo: the clocks ticks down to 2016. visit on the first country to usher in the new york fireworks at 6:00 a.m. eastern time followed by sydney, australia at 8:00 eastern. police on high alert around the world amid terror threats. 60,000 police and troops were deployed across brain still recovering from its november terror attacks in paris in the city has canceled its usual fireworks display. belgian officials have also canceled the new year's eve display in brussels because of a threat of terrorism. two members of a group charged with plotting an attack in brussels are due to appear in court today. around a million people, maybe
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more expected to gather in new york city's times square where extraordinary securities planned for new year's eve. 76,000 new york city police officers will be in the crowd watching to make sure people are safe including members of the news daschle s. counterterrorism unit. >> the n.y.p.d. will use radiation areas. they will have undercover folks in the crowd. they will have 16 shoots in which they funnel people in and want them with magnetometers. i think times square will be a very safe place. if you are a terrorist, you are looking at targets that are much softer. jo: aside from new york city, security also beefed up in washington and the rose bowl parade near los angeles. president obama has been briefed on terror attacks in the three cities before he left for hawaii on his family's vacation. the threat was from a single source and has not yet been come armed. cheryl: ball straight getting ready to wrap up 2015 checking index futures ahead of the opening bell.
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pointing by one and three quarters. nasdaq pointing out. they need to close up over 219 points today at order to post a gain for the year. the dow is going to post its first down year since 2008. the dow down just over 1%. s&p 500 up a fraction of a percent. the nasdaq state winner for the year. thank you, technology companies. 7% gain for the year. netflix, amazon, video, big losers not a surprise. energy names for the big energy. southwestern, not iran, foster group, all these things losing ground this year. jo: meanwhile, bill caused the free after being arraigned on felony assault charge resulting from an encounter with a woman 12 years ago. kospi walked out -- walked into
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the courthouse in pennsylvania. he posted 1% of the bill in cash and was then released. kospi told the judge she understood the charges against him. he surrendered his passport to the prosecutor was ordered not to make contact with the alleged that done. gloria allred represents 29 women who accused bill cosby of the report. many will testify if called. >> many of them have indicated to me that they will be willing to testify if and when the prosecutor in that case in pennsylvania wishes to call them as witnesses and they are going to be courageous as they have been and they will testify. jo: she told police bill cosby drugged and violator at his home in philadelphia in 2004. >> donald trump wants attacks as
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a war waged between both campaigns continues to heat up. he said he was forced to fight back after the democratic front-runner accused him of displaying a pension or sexism. >> i consider them enemies. we view this is war. the husband wants to come and she wants to accuse me of things in the husband is one of the great abusers of the world? give me a break. true to not much since donald trump on the campaign when he talked about environmentalists and hairspray. >> they say don't use hairspray. at that radio's son. i really do live in a nice apartment, but it is sealed. it's beautiful. i'm not supposed to be using hairspray. cheryl: trump then says i want to use hairspray.
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if you're in your own apartment, you do what you want. jo: meanwhile, let's get you caught up in the action overnight. stocks trading in the cac in london. cac in germany and paris down 15 points in the foot in london done 14.3. cheryl: u.s. stock market futures looking like this on your final day of trading of 2015. the nasdaq up by four. let's look at gold and oil right now. gold trading up fractionally. oiled up for the year done about 31% with gold down about 10% for 2015. cheryl: asian markets lower as the year ends. let's get a closer look with business reporter tracey you live in beijing. a reporter for chinese state television. good morning, tracey. reporter: good morning, ladies. happy new year to you both. we just finished our last
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trading day of 2015. the nikkei composite lost about 1%. all led by tech companies despite it for a volatile year actually ended 2015 up about 9.4%. predicting a strong year in 2016 as well. today trading volumes between the shanghai exchanges with less than 700 billion. in hong kong in hong kong they only had half the trading day. the hang seng finished the new year in the green up two tenths of 1%. they're like its counterparts actually ended 2015 down about 7% in the south korean japanese markets were closed for the new year celebration and trading will resume january 4th. back to you. cheryl: thank you, tracey. so you had to issue while at the store and you hear your smartphone buzz with a deal just for you. we will tell you about beacon
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technology. while the crystal ball instructed in times square, another tradition under way in north carolina. we will tell you about the great possum drop. that is right. you are watching "fbn:am," your first morning markets and breaking news. ♪
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>> three, two, one, happy new year. cheryl: thallus plasters possum drop in north carolina which uses possums to in a box good this year a live possum is ready to be placed in plexiglas on a draw. they then clashed with animal rights groups for three or so for this. the people of ada say that lowering opossum with loud music and fireworks is cruel. virginia law excludes possums for wildlife protection between december 29 january 2nd. this will allow a live possum to be in the drop this year. peter plant to challenge the law in the future. jo: shopping just got more personal for the new year. the shop advisor applying gps mobile-based technology with
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geo-fencing beacons which create a perimeter around the store to send alerts and coupons to potential nearby customers to the smartphones. i'll have connected with shop advisor to give raiders alerts and suggestions for different items that gene searches based on the customer's preferences. as a part of the shop now campaign, ellis partnered with ghassan levi bush adviser has placed beacons to tell where you are in over 1600 of those hours. cheryl: lutz at the u.s. stock futures ahead of the opening bell point higher by 15, s&p higher by 1.5. jo: let's look at key commodities as well. oiled up slightly in gold as well. cheryl: coming outcome of the world gets ready to bring in the new year with heightened security concerns. >> we have to use intelligence and technology and we have to use good old fashioned police
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work to keep these events save. cheryl: meanwhile, investors get ready for the final day of trading pivot of trading pivot down at the gain of 220 points to break even for the year. we will look at the winners and losers for you. ♪
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cheryl: breaking this is sworn in as the world gets ready to bring in the news here amid heightened security concerns. belgian canceling plans for fireworks. latest on the preparations. good morning, everyone. i'm cheryl casone. jo: good news to you. investors can infect to ring in the new year. the database 220.2 in flat for the year. the s&p up fractionally for 2015. do not type winner up almost 7% for this year so far. cheryl: thank you, technology. futures ahead of the final day of trading for the year. the dow, s&p, nasdaq point is tightly higher. jo: oil prices the big story this year. crude oil down 31 points but it is pointing upward on the last day of the year. cheryl: in the midwest they are preparing for a record flood on the mississippi river. the latest in the region.
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jo: bill cosby free after being charged may 2004 assault case. the front runner donald trump continuing to taking that bill clinton and hairspray. we will have a story for you. in sports wisconsin badgers hang on to win their game in a down. the golden state warrior does seem like the 2015. details are not coming up. welcome to "fbn:am" from your first look at the latest breaking news in what to expect the year ahead. cheryl: right now lash out at times chorus clock ticks down to 2016. also let you know new zealand will be the first country to usher in the new year with fireworks at 6:00 a.m. eastern time 20 minutes from now followed by sydney australia at 8:00 eastern time. police are on high alert amid terror threats. 50,000 police and troops will be
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deployed across france to recovering from the november terror attacks to the city is canceled its usual fireworks is late. elgin officials also canceled the new year's eve fireworks but in brussels because of a threat of terrorism. two members of a belgian motorcycle group charged with potting an attacker due to appear in court today. around a million people expected to gather in new york city's times square were extraordinary. securities plans for new year's eve from 6000 new york city police officers will be in the crowds including members of a new specialized counterterrorism unit. >> the n.y.p.d. will be used in radiation is in having undercover folks in the crowd. they will have 16 shoes in which they funnel people would then want them with magnetometers. times square will be a very safe place but if you are a terrorist you will be looking at target that are much softer.
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cheryl: besides new york on the security ramped up in washington and the side of bowl parade near los angeles. senior officials say president obama was briefed on possible terror attacks in three cities before he left for hawaii in a family vacation. however the threat was from a single source and has not been confirmed. cheryl: and it is a big year for wall street getting ready to wrap up 2015. looking at the stock index futures ahead of the opening bell. up 11-point and nasdaq futures at three. the dow industrials actually need to close up just over 219-point today in order to post a gain for the entire year. if the to pull out a win today the dow posted its first down year since 2008. so far the dow was down just over 1%, kind of flat for the year. s&p 500 up a fraction of a percent and nasdaq the big winner of near 7% thanks to the tech stocks. also looking at winters for the year.
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no surprise here, amazon, not? , verifying just doing very well this year. the losers not so much. a lot of energy stocks here. chesapeake, console, southwestern. cheryl: bill cosby is free after being arraigned on assault on assault charge. he was walked into the courthouse and had loving it. he posted 10% of his $1 million bill in cash and was released. bill cosby told the judge she understood charges against them and surrendered his passport to the prosecutor and was ordered not to make contact with the alleged that dems. attorney gloria allred represents 29 women who've accused caused human soul. many of them will testify if called. >> many of them have indicated to me that they will be willing to testify if and when the
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prosecutor in that case in pennsylvania wishes to call them as witnesses and they are going to be courageous as they have been and they will testify. cheryl: former temple university employee told bill cosby drugged and violated her at his home at in philadelphia in 2004. cheryl: and massive flood fight -- they will continue to help do a severe flooding. my mothers in that area have been top over by water forcing evacuations. >> i don't have much, but what i do have a little like to keep. it's taken me a long time to get what a guy. it might all go. jo: scary thought there. at least 20 deaths of the past several days have been blamed on this flooding. an aggressive sandbagging operation is now underway to keep open the length of interstate 55 at the merrimack
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due to this historic flooding. cheryl: in politics, dumbed trump launched new attacks against bill and hillary clinton as the war. he was worse to fight back against the clinton camp as the democratic front-runner accused him of displaying a sexism. >> review this is war. don't review this is war. the husband wants to be one of the great abusers of the world. give me a break. give me a break. cheryl: well, there is not much donald trump hasn't talked about. he talked about environmentalists and hairspray. >> they say don't is hairspray. it's bad for the ozone. so why are sitting here in this concealed apartment. i do live in a very nice apartment, but it is sealed. it is beautiful.
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i don't think anything gets out. and i'm not supposed to be used in hairspray. cheryl: i think he is used to being asked about his hair. jo: why not. the state department meanwhile going to release almost 9000 pages of secretary hillary clinton's private e-mails come expected to be the largest today. this would be the eighth 10 the state department the state department has published another batch of records under the freedom of information act lawsuit that will force the agency to post all clinton's e-mails online by the end of next month. hundreds of e-mails expected to be marked fully or partially classified in this latest release. jo: let's say a pod appeared over the nine over the nine to look at a shed. the markets there, shanghai done in hang seng 1.5%. other indexes were closed. jo: in europe, let's look at how the markets if they are and how they are trading right now.
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you've got the footsie down eight points in the cac down about 13 points. cheryl: taken a look at europe. trading no-space-off. let's talk about the u.s. features because we care about the u.s. today. the final trading day of 2015. s&p pointed out that three quarters of a point. nasdaq up at three, almost four. key numbers to watch. jo: oil and gold date for the 2015 year period grew to set the parent of a percent right now. gold is also up, that gold closing out the year down about 10%. cheryl: puerto rico will default on nearly 174 million in principal and interest payments on bonds. do you say the governor of puerto rico says that increases the likelihood the island will face lawsuits from a number of creditors. treasury secretary jack wu told maria bartiromo last week that
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puerto rico is effectively already in default. >> a party been taking money out of pension funds to pay current bills. they've been shifting money dedicated from one creditor to pay another creditor. that is effectively default. cheryl: the u.s. has been helping to give puerto rico advice and will continue to do so. jo: coming up, guess who helped jerry seinfeld kick off its new season of the web series comedians in cars getting coffee. >> i do really well with the 028 democratic. the above me. partly because i think my ears are big and i look a little bit like a cartoon character. jo: we will have more from "seinfeld" and the president in a very fancy car. meanwhile in sports, wisconsin hanging onto their wind in a bowl game in a nailbiting finish. the warriors don't see much with their mvp.
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>> just sand the president and i want to get coffee. >> hey, darrell, can you open this up. that's unbelievable. i knew that wouldn't work. >> you didn't sell it. cheryl: president obama kicking off the seventh season of jerry seinfeld's comedians riding in cars getting coffee. they weren't allowed to leave the premises. they opted for a joy ride around the white house. stingray split window coupe cool car was probably jerry seinfeld. to grab some coffee in the white house for the president talk about his up session with notches, cursing and of course obamacare.
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jo: let's take a look at u.s. stock market futures. taking note of the dow jones futures up 13 points can s&p up slightly one point and nasdaq futures up 4.5. cheryl: oil right now, story of the year. we're at 3669, a gain of 10. six years in a row, michael jordan is considered the best athlete of all-time. according to a new poll, jordan remained at the top followed by babe ruth and mohamed alvey who reach moved up one spot from 2009. serena williams came in fourth was made at with david wright six years ago. quarterback hate manny brown's at the top five moving up from the eight spot. other notable moves, tiger woods from number two to number a period jo: let's take another look at the world of sports.
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down to the wire last night but wisconsin held on in the final seconds to win 23-21. a 29-yard go-ahead with two and a half minutes to go. the trojans dropped the ball to the 50-yard line before kassar threw four straight and completions. this also marks the first time wisconsin has the usc in seven attempts. the golden state warriors had a hard time last night without their star, stephen curry. they got blown away by the mavericks losing 100 for teen to mac 91. the first in the sewer to a lower left leg bruise. but they still have the best 31 games start in nba history. not bad. many packing a full return to the boxing ring to fight timothy bradley. this'll be the rubber match of a three-phase series between the two. the face-off will be on april 9th. don't forget both college football national semi final
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against it is later today. clemson facing oklahoma while michigan's date is taken on alabama in the cotton bowl. cheryl: a quick programming note, lauren simonetti will be back on "fbn:am" after giving birth to her baby boy. and we want to say thank you for doing such a great job for filling in for lauren while she's been away. you've done a thousand% great job. cheryl: great producers, great for crew that are actually pretty happy in the morning when it's 4:00. a runtime global market action before we hand it over to "mornings with maria." stay with us. ♪
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jo: it is the last trading day of 2015. dow futures up 12 points can s&p futures up 1.5 and the nasdaq up 4.5 points. let's see how we are year-to-date in the final trading day of the year. dow industrials down about 1.23%. we need 219.2 trade positive for the entire year. s&p 500 up fractionally for the year but did not document the real performer up 7% overall. a very strong year for tech news. the question is can they hold onto this for 2016?
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>> happy new year. we will see later. i know where you are going tonight. n. ia m. i. have fun. im dagen mcdowell it in for maria bartiromo. it's a little early, but happy new year. joining me this morning, capital on jo: con l. kevin mccauley. gentlemen, welcome and happy new year. 2016 almost here, but cities around the world on high alert ahead is new year celebrations. here in new york city where roughly 1 million people will ring in the new year just in time square. they will be fixed dozens police officers patrolling the area. in brussels, traditional new year's fireworks celebrations canceled due to terror threats there. moments ago we learned several people who have been detained in connection to a plotted attack have been detained there.
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also break in this, officials in brussels arrested in attempt suspect in last month's terrorist attack in paris. following the latest out of the midwest for the death toll from historic flooding is now a used 21 people dead. the mississippi river likely to see a record crest later today. turning to markets on the final trading day of the year, a full trading day here in the united states. we see some gains on the future is here, but dowd needs to be up 219 points and change to end the year in the green. the s&p and the nasdaq 100 are already way up this year. it is 2016 has arty arrived in new zealand. the first country we will show u.s. the day moves on to celebrate the new year. happy new year. i'm not going to build to do that all day. so new zealand celebrated the new year right now. we will take you around the

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