Here are the 10 most important stories for investors Thursday morning

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A daily morning look at the financial stories you need to know to start the day.


-Stock futures are little changed after Wednesday's strong rally which brought another record close for the Dow and S&P 500.


-After the Carrier union local president Chuck Jones went on national TV to accuse President-elect Donald Trump of exaggerating the number of Carrier jobs he saved, Trump lashed out on Twitter and bashed Jones as an ineffective leader who should lower dues.

-Trump's news conference about what he'll do to divest from his businesses is still set for December 15, but reports are surfacing that he still intends on keeping some personal stakes. Meanwhile, a new Wall Street Journal report confirms what has been obvious from the beginning: Trump has so many assets in so many different forms like LLC's, that it's impossible to even list the number of his potential conflicts.