Claman on Call: Fed Minutes Marginally Rattle Markets


U.S. stocks ended the day marginally lower in the wake of the Fed's minutes. Jon Hilsenrath, chief economic correspondent for the Wall Street Journal, joined FBN to discuss the minutes. Head to to see what this "Fed whisperer" thinks is the most important person in the Fed right now and who investors should be paying attention to next year.

Keurig Green Mountain reported fourth quarter results after the bell, beating analyst estimates for both revenue and earnings per share. Still, the stock traded lower in after hours trade.

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The holiday season is rapidly approaching, but the bitter standoff between West Coast dock workers and their port employees is anything but jolly. National Retail Federation VP of Supply Chain Jonathan Gold joined FBN to discuss the potential impact a port shutdown could have on retailers.

Now, here's what's coming up tomorrow: We'll get initial jobless claims at 8:30 a.m. ET, at 10 a.m. ET we'll get existing home sales for the month of October. Plus, executives from Honda and Chrysler will joint the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's David Friedman at a U.S. Senate hearing investigating Takata's faulty air bags.

Be sure to check out all of today's interviews on and tune into Countdown to the Closing Bell every week day at 3 p.m. ET.

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