dreamed to breaking news this morning. yahoo! hit by the world's biggest hack attack ever. a billion user accounts are compromised with questions about marissa mayer's plans to be bought by verizon. good morning. i am nicole petallides. lauren: good morning. i am learned simonetti. promising at least three rate hikes next year. the dow sinking 118 points after the first rate hike in a year. let's check in right now to see how start market futures. s&p futures on change.
the fed announcement ended flat and enchanted the shanghai composite ended down three quarters of 1%. lauren: oil prices falling 4% yesterday stabilizing half a percent $51.40 a barrel. train to the yield in a ten-year treasury spikes to the highest level in two years. right now 2.60%. lauren: the fed raising interest rates, donald trump getting with leaders in the tech industry. we will tell you what he had to say. nicole: speaking of technology. the future may be here. msi makes its first road delivery effort. lauren: the boston celtics come up short in the overtime goal with the pittsburgh penguins over the boston bruins. good morning, everybody. thursday, december 15th.
we welcome you to "fbn:am," your first look at today's markets and the latest breaking news. lauren: break this morning from the its big impact. yahoo! has been breached. expose personal information of 1 billion user accounts. this is the biggest hack after the yahoo! announced three months ago. when internet security expert says the problem is far from over. >> i think that this is the tip of the sphere of what we're going to see. 2017 more clout data is aggregated there will be just as many good percentage of their business getting head. lauren: donaldson adding a different password for each user account you have peered the latest that could jeopardize
arises for brittany billion dollars deal. yahoo! shares about 2.5% after hours. tree into another busy day for donald trump as he meets with leaders in technology industry. connell mcshane has the details and a preview of trump's schedule today. reporter: loretta nicole, today was the day we were asked in donald trump questions that he was delayed until january so there will be no answers today a potential business contacts. thank you tour event that will take place this evening. it all comes a day after the biggest names in silicon valley rolled in for a tech roundtable. a look inside, maybe more right singular thing around. the president-elect sitting next to billionaire supporter peter teal. next ahead of tim cook from apple. the other side make an sitting next to facebook's sheryl
sandberg. a group of people who did not always see eye to eye with mr. trump during the campaign, but the president-elect seemed willing to put some of that behind him. >> this is a truly amazing group of people. anything we can do to help us come along and we will be there for you. it doesn't make any difference. we have no formal chain of command around here. reporter: for the rest of the day we look forward to reporting to you here from fifth avenue s. of wind chills will be moving below 10 degrees. mr. trump will be leaving new york later on first thank you to repent. he won't be warming up very much either. having to hershey pennsylvania, a city he last visited friday before the election days before he scored such an important that three of the state of pennsylvania. that's coming up later on. lauren and nicole, back to you
guys in the studio. treated to lou dobbs will have live coverage of trump's rally in pennsylvania tonight starting at 7:00 p.m. eastern time. lauren: a new fox poll shows most americans are feeling hopeful but so have low expectations for donald trump. the poll found 25% expect him to be a above average president. 11% say he'll be one of the greatest presidents. 31% say he will be one of the worse while 12% say below average. 16% say trampled beaches that come average. most americans think russian cyberattacks had no real effect on the presidential election. 32% think it did hope it will present did hope you'd want presents a cyberattack bill clinton. cia believes russian hackers interfered in the election to help trump a clinton. that's a conclusion trumpets: ridiculous. nicole: peter king salmon
intelligence community after horse cancellation at today's house intelligence committee briefing on alleged presidential election. megyn kelly on the calle file that the move is disgraceful. >> g-golf we've heard over the last several months is that they could not say that there is any attempt to undermine hillary clinton to help donald trump. the consensus was that was an attempt by the russians to put the cloud over the election to create disunity. that is what's happening right now. the intelligence community doing it. true to king a member of the house intelligence committee adding somebody has the time to link to the washington post in "the new york times" that they don't have the time to come to congress. it is their job to come and they don't have any choice. lauren: this is a group of
electors nancy pelosi's daughter demanded an intelligence briefing on allegations rush it interfered with the u.s. presidential election. this comes ahead of an electoral college vote. christine pelosi was on "cavuto: coast-to-coast" yesterday. >> they woke up and talked about -- absolutely. >> it wasn't her message that didn't reach voters subject of high unemployment states like wisconsin and michigan that that wasn't what did her in. this daydream? >> is 80,000 evil had voted differently. >> she lost. >> no, i don't know that you can say that. but if donald trump has lost the election. would you say it was one single factor? lauren: that conversation getting heated. electors cast their votes for president on monday. nicole: the muslim team who claimed a trio of trump
supporters called her a terrorist and attacked her on a new york city subway lied. at least that is that the n.y.p.d. is taking. not arresting her and charging her for this on a rapport. the made-up attack was detailed in taste the same three drunk man shouted anti-muslim insults before taking her hit job and blames the president-elect for prompting and promoting islam phobia. when confronted she said she made up for attention. lauren: defectors are wrenching for the first time many are suggesting three rate hikes coming in 2017. what's behind the decision and what does it mean for you and me? peter burns explains. >> the fed raised its key benchmark by a quarter-point wednesday is expected. it ended higher for the first time in a year saying the increase was warranted by an improving jobs market is
slightly higher inflation. the fed wants to make sure the economy does not overheat the president-elect trump delivers on tax cuts and infrastructure spending to stimulate the economy. >> the committee judged it a modest raise as appropriate in light of the solid progress we've seen towards our goals of maximum employment and 2% inflation. we continue to expect the evolution and the economy will warrant on the gradual increases in the federal funds rate over time to achieve and maintain our active spirit >> the rate increase means higher borrowing costs on car loans, business loans and home of the credit card. in part because the prospects for mr. trump's possible stimulus spending and stronger economy expects to raise interest rates through my times in 27 teen another quarter point each time and his previous economic forecasts expect they'd do rate hikes.
nicole: peter burns in washington, senior mac. james sears, chief analyst at gk affects. nicole: the global market action overnight after the fed raised rates for the se time in a decade. that put some pressure on stocks. a mixed bag and asia and the shanghai composite index in chinatown three quarters of 1%. hong kong hang seng down fractionally and the upside is japan's make upside is japan sneaking up on 10 to 1%. lauren: bank stocks are near put in a nice steak to see a cf. 1% from idx and germany past 1%. this is the giving up two tenths of 1%. nicole: the thing that spooked the market was three interest rate at 22017 rather than to originally anticipated for 2017. we sold off yesterday.
we had our biggest seller sent the cobra. the dow dropped 119 points. dow futures at 21 points. s&p futures up on. nasdaq futures down one. lauren: oil prices come at the quarter. $51.29 a barrel. that is 2.2%. $1138 an ounce. nicole: amazon taking another step into the future. it's made it's first successful delivery using a drum, dropping a bag of popcorn and a fire tv state to amanda cambridge in england. the deliveries took 13 minutes to complete and marks the start of prime air service draws part of a transportation network amazon hopes to create to compete with ups. >> general motors says it will make an important announcement today at 3:30 eastern time. the company will not say what it will be but it will be delivered by gm chairman and ceo mary
barrett. jeff flock will cover the story and i'm delta mr. whatever whatever it is and then as the lady ms. lauren: that feels like an awful moment making us wonder. nicole: janet gallant plan to trigger an interest rate hike. should she also called the punch bowl from the stock market party in that rally? who attacked the changes come as chief market analyst at gk sf. if you run a piece of music history, check this out. bruce springsteen was the bosses first car. it is for sale. we will tell you how much. you are watching "fbn:am." keep it right here. ♪
>> good morning. 5:15 a.m. yahoo! has revealed another massive data breach of useracco. back in 2013, hackers access private information of more than a billion customers. that one is separate and twice as large as the 2014th hack exposed earlier this year. verizon struck a deal to the core business but says it is reviewing the impact of the two breaches. president-elect donald trump will be in hershey pennsylvania. the latest stop on his thank you to her. the right comes a day after tech
leaders yesterday and assured them that is the demonstration would help them despite critical comments he's made about the tech companies during the campaign. a major milestone for amazon made its first customer delivery by drugs carrying a package several miles to a farmhouse near cambridge in england. the delivery took 13 minutes to complete. the program is called private air and aims to get packages to customers within 30 minutes. u.s. stock market futures yesterday the dow down 120 points. the selloff after the fed raised rates. second time in a decade saying they'll do it three times next year. lauren, that's what's happening now. lauren: today's headlines to establish a china has installed weapons in the south china sea. anti-aircraft guns and other weapons or on all seven artificial island in a disputed
part of the sea despite beijing's pledge not to militarize the islands. yesterday, huber wrote a self driving cars with the california department of motor vehicles said the cars are illegal in threatening to sue over. the self driving cars are manned by a driver and an engineer in the front seat at the cars are not fully autonomous. will save. good news for shoppers. retailers discounts running deeper this holiday season. stories got their inventories in a bid to boost prices. shoppers are holding out for bigger deals. data shows that sales including promotions jumped 79% last month from a year ago. the federal reserve raising interest rates for the first time in a year that didn't defend rates by a quarter percentage points. services mean for the markets coming about 20,000 in your pocket the period we asked james
at gk fs. good to see you. were you surprised by the fed suggestion they would be three interest rate hikes next year? >> well, yes. we were surprised janet yellen said they would do three rate hikes next year. with the low situation of the forecast, we need to take it with a pinch of salt because she told us this time last year that before in 2016 and of course we've only seen one. when you look towards it from that point of view and how much -- how much janet yellen put some market turmoil. but the forecast for 2017 for such huge market events happening is that elections throughout europe, brexit and potential for huge market in us. if there's turmoil, janet yellen
is well-versed in coming away from making the decisions throughout the year. will it be three? >> we will not sell it happens. what do you think was behind the idea of the fed raised rates yesterday unlikely to raise three times in 2017. do you think it's because the economy is picking out the definitions on the rise? president-elect donald trump in the idea of a booming economy? what was behind the idea to suggest rate hikes? >> i don't think we can get away from the fact that the numbers are good. throughout 2016 has shown consistently that the economy could withstand higher rates. there is no doubt about the numbers are strong. the group members getting better. there better. there's no doubt inflation globally is living to the upside. the hints yesterday janet yellen
came out with hinting towards a change in fiscal policy. she doesn't have to say the word donald trump for us to think it has a donald trump effect of the new regime effect on fiscal policy. it could also have an effect going forward. nicole: james hughes, we would get back to you later in the show. thank you does fire. coming up in sports, boston celtics come up short losing to the san antonio spurs and an overtime goal list of pittsburgh penguins over the boston bruins. keep it right here on "fbn:am." and then, listen not. ♪ it's all right if you're rocking at home. bruce springsteen broke born to
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he's been a big night for sacramento kings first quarter. step up and drains the three. later in the first, hard and doesn't forget. rockefeller by man. third-quarter throws it down hard on the other end. finishes with this bit triple-double for the season. the rockets went 132-98. nick crosby in the penguins hosting the bruins. bruins up 1-pharaoh. tied at one, leaving the third, the pack wrapped around scores the goal. we had over time. scores the winning game winner and the peds take it for-3. lauren: most of them voted for
donald trump. -- hillary clinton. >> anything we can do to help this go, we will do this for you. lauren: we will have that story pizza feature might be you right now. amazon and its first ever drug delivery. you are watching "fbn:am." you'll even get the samsung galaxy s7, the pixel phone by google, or the motoz droid for only $10 per month. hurry, these offers end soon. get the best deals and the best network, only on verizon.
nicole: yahoo! had led the world's hack attack ever. a million user accounts compromised marissa mayer's plans to be bought by verizon. good morning. i am lauren simonetti. >> i'm missing at least three rate hikes next year. 118 points after the first rate hike in a year. shrugging it off a little bit. dow futures of 42.
s&p futures yellen. >> ignatius touts are mostly lower following the announcement yesterday. in japan then they can imply. and china's shanghai composite down three quarters of 1%. after falling 4% yesterday, oil prices stabilizing. 5128 a barrel. lauren: the yield on the 10 year treasuries back into the highest level in over two years. 2.61%. >> while the fed is raising interest rates, donald trump is meeting with leaders in the technology industry. we will tell you what he has to say. lauren: the feature might be you right now because amazon made its first-ever delivery. we will tell you how it went. >> the boston celtics at the san antonio spurs. in hockey overtime goal list the pittsburgh penguins over the boston bruins. all the highlights for you. i 31:00 a.m. a major december 15th.
10 days until christmas. welcome to "fbn:am," your first look at today's market than the latest breaking news. nicole: job who has been hacked once again. the data breach which happened three years ago exposed the personal information of more than 1 billion user accounts. this is the biggest hack attack ever in policy separate data breach that yahoo! announced three months ago that affected 500 million users had one security expert says the problem is far from over. >> this is the tip of the spear of what we are going to see and in 2017, more cloud data aggregated, just as many maybe not user accounts but just as large percentage of these dividers getting head. >> , but not in there should be a different password for each user account that you have. the latest package package jeopardized verizon's
$4.8 billion deal. more than 2% after hours. connell mcshane has those details and a preview of trump scheduled for today. >> florina nicole, good morning to you. today was supposed to be the day he had the chance to rest on long-term questions but is delayed until january. the ohio business conflicts. we separate bag and a thk you tour to take play this evening. it comes a day after the biggest names in silicon valley rolled in for a tech roundtable. us a inside, maybe more rectangular than round but the president that sitting next to peter teal. vice president-elect mike pence sitting next to sheryl sandberg.
there is a group of people who did not always see eye to eye with mr. trump during the campaign but the present indexing to be putting some of that behind him. >> truly amazing group of people. anything we can do and we are going to be there for you. it doesn't make a name form of chain of command. >> the rest of the day today but very much look forward to reporting to you as the wind chills will be moving below 10 degrees. mr. trump will be leaving new york later on. he won't be warming up either. heading to hershey pennsylvania, he said he last visited friday before the election just days before he scored such an important victory in the state of pennsylvania. coming up later on. moore and nicole, back to you
guys. lauren: lou dobbs love live coverage tonight it starts at 7:00 p.m. eastern. trade to a new fox poll overnight shows most americans still hope of but still have looks at patients are president-elect donald trump. you will be one of the country's greatest 31%. while 12% say below average. 16% say trampled the average. the number varies the above-average number. most americans think russian cyberattack had no real effect on the presidential race. russia did help trump in the election by 1% says cyberattacks helped clinton. the cia believes russian hackers interfered in the election to help trump beat clinton.
>> congressman peter king's lynn and the intelligence community after a forced the cancellation of the house intelligence committee briefing to an russian interference in the election to make in calais on the kelley filed that this move is disgraceful. >> always heard from the intelligence community the last several days that they could not say there is anyttempt to undermine hillary clinton to help donald trump. the consensus was that it was an attempt by the russian to put a cloud over the election to create disunity. that is what is happening right now. the intelligence community doing it. lauren: king added that somebody has time to make this to the washing post and "the new york times." king says it's their job economy do not have a choice. train to a group of electors led
by nancy pelosi's daughter demanded the intelligence briefing on allegations that russian interfered with the u.s. presidential election ahead of the other drove college vote next week. christine pelosi was on komodo coast to coast yesterday. >> you think russian hacking influence the election. >> absolutely. >> you think it wasn't her message that didn't reach voters and high unemployment states that was the wisconsin and michigan. desiderata? spam i get 80,000 people have voted differently -- >> she lasts. >> now, i don't know that you can say that. but if donald trump had lost the election. would you say it was one single factor? nicole: electors had to cast votes in their state for president next monday. transfer the federal reserve raising a key interest rate and suggesting real rate hikes in
2017. what is behind this vision? what does it mean for you in it? peter barnes explains. >> raised by a quarter-point wednesday is it. if that is short-term fed funds rate higher for the first time in a year singing the increase was warranted by an improving jobs are getting slightly higher inflation. the fed wants to make sure the economy does not overheat if president-elect trump delivers tax cuts in infrastructure spending to stimulate the economy. >> the federal funds rate is at procreate in light of the solid progress we've seen towards our goals of maximum employment and 2% inflation. we continue to expect the evolution of economy and the federal funds rate over time to maintain object is.
train that higher borrowing costs on business loans and home loans and credit cards. in part because of the prospects for mr. trump's possible stimulus pending and a stronger economy extra raise interest rates through my times in 2017 another quarter point each time. his previous economic forecast had expected to hikes. back to you in new york. >> nebraska might thank you did james hughes, chief market analyst in just a couple minutes. nicole: overnight but that's not the recent run in straight after fed hike yesterday. mixed bag in china you see to the downside by making in japan is higher slightly. hong kong hang seng down 1.7% done fractionally. >> european stocks are doing the ftse monday and done six lines. cac at 37. dax and jim at 74. nicole: so much action in the
market. back in the green after selling 120 points yesterday. the u.s. dollar index that the highest in 14 years. treasury yields jumped into 2.6% for the tenure. dow jones futures 42 points to the absent that s&p futures up for. lauren: the dollar is at a 14 year high because that had oil and gold of $51.29 a barrel of big quarter. gold is down 30 bucks to $1133 an ounce. nicole: at amazon taking another step into the future. it made its first successful delivery using a drone, dropping a bag of popcorn to a man near cambridge in england. the delivery took the 10 minute to complete and marks start of primary service. the transportation network hopes to create and plan on competing with ups and fedex.
>> general motors so they could important announcement today at 3:30 eastern time but did not say with the announcement will be. it will be delivered by chairman and ceo mary bear out. what do you think it is? nicole: oracle one of the stocks we're watching today. the company to report a slight increase revenue thanks to growing clout of business. first for oracle since his purchase of the class software company. adobe systems after developing the maker of photoshop with higher quarterly earnings from one year ago. analysts looking for improved results from cbs and the company reports after the bell redstone and his daughter sherry recently dropped plans to merge the company with viacom. to be as close as 63.64 a share.
lauren: shoemakers pulling the trigger on an interest rate hike but did she pull the punch bowl from the stock market parties? what investors should expect when we check in with the chief market answer list. if you want a piece of music history, check this out. bruce springsteen's 57 chevy. the one who wrote warren to run. it is up for sale. we will tell you how much it could cost you. let's check in on stock index futures after the dow fell 120 points yesterday. nasdaq futures of four, s&p also love before. you are watching trends seven -- "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪
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lauren: you almost made it to friday. 5:45 in new york. yahoo! rebuilt another massive data breach of user accounts. back in 2013 hackers assess the private information of 1 billion customers. this hack separate and twice as large as the 24 and that yahoo! disclosed earlier this year. verizon has struck a deal to buy business says it is reviewing the impact of these two breaches. president-elect donald trump will be in hershey, pennsylvania today. the rally comes a day after top
tech leaders and assured them his administration would help them despite critical comments made about some of the tech companies during the campaigning gave meanwhile, a major milestone for amazon. last week in its first customer delivery date drugs rate they're carrying the package 13 miles to a farmhouse near cambridge in england, a rural area. the delivery took 13 minutes to complete. the program is called prime air and it aims to get packages to customers within a half-hour. let's check in on stock market futures ahead of the opening bell. dow up 40 points, s&p announced that each of three after we had a retreat yesterday after the fed decision on interest rates and their comments about future hikes the more aggressive than we thought. nicole: here's a look at the headlines in today's edition of "the wall street journal." silent so china has in some weapons in the south china sea.
other like them on all seven artificial islands china builds in a disputed part of this date despite beijing's pledge not to militarize the site is. yesterday over rolled out as driving cars in san francisco but the california department of motor vehicles says the economist cars are they: threatening to sue the right having company. uber says the cars are manned by drag and trade are not fully autonomous. finally, good news for shoppers. retailers discounts ran deeper this holiday season. the journal said the stores cut inventories in a bid to boost prices for shoppers are holding out for a big deals. data shows sales that include promotions to job 79%. last month from a year ago. look for the deal. the federal reserve raising interest rates for the first time in a year and the second time in 10. a quarter percentage point in
the central bank also purchase infinitely faster increases the next two years. what is aiming for the markets marketing your money? james hughes chief analyst joins us this morning. we got the rate hike yesterday. mabry hit a three instead of two next year. what does this mean for consumers and investors? why does the fed rate hike matter to them? >> the one thing that we hear is of course debt payments, mortgage payments. whenever we've got the payroll figure, there's not been the payroll figure for the real unemployment rate itself. but the key thing they are looking not just waiting to get the rate hike in place if we want to see the average earning numbers continue to rise. they've been rising but not as steady as that would like to see.
from a consumer point of view, that is the key point of doing it to see that average earnings number continue to move to the upside. at the pace janet suntory thing she wants them to. average earnings over the same direction. >> if you look at the 30 year mortgage rates in the u.s. at a two-year high, the average loan i'm not if you get a full percentage increase of $50,000 being added to the life of your mortgage. real money coming out of people's pockets. do you feel there is confidence based on the people you talk to that donald trump will grow the u.s. economy and the economy will handle three interest rate increases in 2017? >> yeah. i think especially from over here we are more worried about our own brexit mess we have it in terms of donald trump, there's definitely a focus and
trying to make sure this sort of rally weakening market translate into fiscal policy which is going to be beneficial going forward. there are of course fears of continued spending and aggressive spending in the economy to boost it. and the long-term we know know that causes a lot of problems. nicole: does the idea to fiscal policy and monetary policy working together. thank you so much. lauren: in sports, boston celtics come up short this up short losing to the san antonio spurs. hockey in overtime goal will have the highlight and that we will. ♪
nicole: orange orangutan with bruce springsteen wrote this in his 1957 chevrolet bel air after he bought his first car for $2000. but in the chevy convertible is up for grabs on ebay. debates have topped $150,000 after 40 bits by far. starting price 99 cents paid the original registration and insurance card issued in springsteen's name and address are booted with this car. the authorities like to get it. lauren: san antonio spurs have once had straight games against the boston celtics. first quarter. a nice layout had 14 points in the first half. third-quarter spurs up nine. leonard steals the past and i'm set the other run. the game's high scorer with 26 pints. and until you went that one awake-no one. james harden after the
sacramento kings first quarter look at how i set up injuries and does it again. rockets a nine man. third-quarter open sam decker who throws it down hard on the other end. hardin finishes with his first triple double of the season winning 132-98. cries he had up one mapping. crosby makes a great pass to justin schulz to blast through the shastri became tried at one paper penguin wrapped it around so the whole is 19. we now had to overtime. scores game-winner. they won it for-3. nicole: coming up, we'll hand it to mornings with her rip. a selloff yesterday back in the green this morning.
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yesterday. president-elect trump sitting down with the country's leaders in technology. the high-profile summit focused on key issues including jobs. >> i just want to thank everybody. this is a truly amazing group of people. i won't tell you the hundreds of calls we've had asking to come to this meeting. i will say, no, that company is too small and he's amongst the companies. maria: a closer how president elect will work with business. dangerously cold temperatures affecting one hundred million americans from the pacific northwest all the way to new england. freezing rain and snow causing chaos in portland, oregon. we have the forecast for you. another data breach in yahoo. new hack affecting one billion accounts, what you need to know if you have a yahoo account coming up