lauren: breaking news, a terror plot in advanced stages foiled in france. six people tied to the terror attacks in brussels. i am lawrence amenity. nicole: i am nicole piddly's. john kerry has arrived in brussels to express condolences for the loss of life in the brussels attacks. lauren: us and european stock markets are closed, the dow snapped a five week winning streak, the dow and nasdaq down half mac%. the s&p lower, asian markets
were open overnight. nicole: the shanghai composite index was up half mac% and the nikkei gained half mac% as well. >> war of words heating up between ted cruz and donald trump, we will tell you the latest. nicole: bernie sanders and hillary clinton campaign hard in three states. lauren: playboy may be up for sale but it could cost half $1 billion. we have the details. nicole: stay tuned for the highlights and find out if your team made it to the elite eight. it is march 25th, good friday. welcome to "fbn a.m.," the latest breaking news and what to expect for the day ahead. nicole: police in brussels crackdown on terrorists following tuesday's attacks, six more people have been detained
as the manhunt continues for at least one attacker. counterterror raids were carried was being held in the paris suburb. so far there is no apparent link to the attack in brussels or recent attacks in paris. two law enforcement sources confirming to fox news the two brothers named as suicide bombers in the brussels attacks were listed in the united states database and were known to the fbi. john kerry has arrived in brussels for counterterror meetings with the european union and belgian officials and we will follow any developments from those meetings. nicole: new warnings about traveling to europe, jerry willis has the latest from the newsroom. gerri: the state department issuing a travel alert for europe warning visitors about potential attacks in the coming days and weeks. how the warning will impact
summer travel is yet to be seen but analysts i have spoken to expect short to medium-term impact with airfares dropping in price. >> i expect this to come down over the next couple weeks. >> reporter: tourism after a terror attack takes 13 months to recover according to the world travel and tourism council. that is a shorter recovery time than issues relating from disease, environmental factors or political unrest. 13 months of your european tourists could hit industry like the airlines pretty hard. the largest us air carriers, american airlines, delta, and united continental, make up 12% of their revenue from transatlantic travel. if not to europe this summer, where will people look to vacation? >> it depends how long this days in the news cycle. there is pent-up demand to go to
cuba. some people may decide to turn in word or a little south of the border than going to europe if we see this in the news cycle. gerri: we will keep an eye on the story as people solidify their summer plans. lauren: thank you very much. now for the latest on the brussels terror attacks we bring in john huddy live in brussels covering this minute to minute. latest developments please. >> there were raids in which people arrested six people in connection with what is going on in tuesday's attacks, two of the people arrested in the neighborhood of chad, one of the suburbs in brussels, it is a normal-looking day, nice neighborhood, beautiful apartment buildings and that has been the case, the suspect had been in neighborhoods like this and last night police use the
flash bang to get into one of the apartments at as we have been seeing since tuesday, not only are they are rounding up aspects but finding explosives and chemicals used for explosive materials, six people arrested in raids last night. he is that person, the guy in the white coat. the surveillance video we have seen so much, a major concern among officials is he may try to pull off another attack before they are able to track him down in order to hunt him down. that is something the paris bomber salah abdelslam was trying to do. he was planning a larger terror style attack involving mass shootings and suicide blasts before being arrested on friday.
as the hunt continues for more suspects there are questions how much information belgian officials had about these guys and the possibility of an attack. serious questions are being raised about information that may have been passed on to authorities that could have been ignored. there are concerns about possibility of more attacks to come as the hunt continues. back to you. nicole: the campaign trail is getting awfully personal. between ted cruz and donald trump after trump tweeed this unflattering picture of the texas senator responded while campaigning in wisconsin for the april 5th primary. >> seeing him go deeper and deeper into the gutter, it is not easy to tick me off. i don't get angry often.
you mess with my wife, you mess with my kids, that will do it every time. donald, you are a sniveling coward and leave heidi the hell alone. nicole: when asked if ted cruz would support trump, this is what ted cruz said, quote, i am going to beat him for the nomination, donald trump is not going to be the nominee. lauren: democratic primaries will be held in washington, hawaii and alaska with a total of 142 delegates, most of them in washington. hillary clinton met with muslim american leaders on the campus of the university of southern california yesterday accusing gop candidates of being racist and unfit to serve. >> it is important that we hear these voices, not just the hot rhetoric and demagoguery. not only often -- it is dangerous. nicole: bernie sanders telling a crowd in washington the turnout
will be critical. >> young people. stand up and come out. >> clinton has 467 delegates, 2400 delegates are needed for the democratic party nomination. us financial markets are closed today but since good friday is not a federal holiday the commerce department will release its final revision of gross domestic product. gdp expected to rise 1% which would match the last estimate. one thing to watch for is falling corporate profits, for companies in the s&p 500, they sell for the first time since the recession ended in 2009. the report will be released at 8:30 eastern time. stocks did snap a five week winning streak, shares at the highest level of the year ahead
of the easter holiday weekend. dow jones industrial average up because it just turned positive up half mac%. the s&p 500 down 0.4%, the nasdaq, the biggest loser so far, 4% to the downside. what should investors focus on when trading resumes monday? we will go to rob morgan, we are getting this gdp number this morning, one week of pullback, what do you think monday and tuesday will bring? >> investors will focus on the jobs report next friday and start of earnings season the week after that. in general even though snapped a winning streak, the overall tone has been good. the market is getting back to normal, i am encouraged about
these. lauren: we are in this goldilocks economy. the jobs number, the start of earnings season, if numbers hit the sweet spot, stocks would perform well but what if we get strong reports? >> we are in that sweet spot, and we think stocks are fairly valued and obviously if the jobs and earnings season start in a negative way, that will pull us down a little bit but the recent trends have been good particularly in the job market, we have seen reports recently of 200 plus jobs and the thing about earnings season it is not expected to be a great earnings season. it is supposed to fall 6.9%. those estimates may be low, could be setting us up for problems. nicole: thank you so much. we haven't seen the selloff to
have three days of selling. lauren: tony robbins helps people not only improve portfolios but their lives. he will join anthony scaramucci and maria bartiroma for advice. >> when life doesn't match the blueprint you are upset. when it doesn't match and you feel there is nothing you can do people suffer. there is always something you can do. it is getting rid of the belief that this is a permanent problem. if my finances are messed up my life is messed up. not true. >> tune into wall street week tonight at 8:00 pm eastern time. nicole: here is a look at headlines in the wall street journal. the battle begins for yahoo, and the board of directors, to gain the support of other
shareholders. car makers hungary tech startups. a small artificial intelligence and autonomous vehicle startup is likely to continue and the high cost of keeping chocolate cool temperatures on online sales, the cost of shipping e-commerce orders can exceed the price of the candy. when you include year like ice packs and coolers, that adds up. coming up these atms don't need debit cards. grabbing cash in a flash. >> 30 to 40 seconds, put it in, put your number in. with this, scan the screen very quickly, 10 seconds. >> a terror plot in france in advanced stages was foiled overnight. you are watching "mornings". "fbn a.m.".
nicole: it is 5:15 in new york, let's get you are caught up on what is happening now. a terror plotting, quote, advanced stages foiled in france. authorities in brussels arrest six people tied to the terror attacks. john kerry has arrived to formally express condolences of the united states for the loss of life in brussels attacks and we have reports from brussels shortly. hillary clinton and bernie sanders campaign and of weekend primaries, voters in washington, hawaii and alaska head to the
polls. markets in the us closed today, it is good friday ahead of easter but unlike our competitors, foxbusiness, we are open, ready to bring you the latest news, that is happening right now. lauren: you might be saying goodbye to your debit card. a new technology at thousands of atms across the country will allow you to use your smartphone to take your money. the senior vice president, to see how this all works. >> to get money from an atm. lauren: talking about the ability to get cash out of your own account with your own smart phone. you use that to make me feel safer. >> there is a lot of vulnerability, your card could be compromised in skimming, someone else gets the number and uses it without your
authorization. lauren: what happens if someone steals your card? >> they would have to steal your fingers and punch your id into use it. >> i am eager to see how this works. >> press the banking apps, 2 $15, order up a $20 withdrawal. press this menu button says mobile cash. it will say do you want to take $20? i will say yes, please do. lauren: i go to the atm, take out my debit card and get my cash, doesn't seem that difficult. >> it takes 30 to 40 seconds, put it in, put your number in, with this you will scan the screen quickly, 10 seconds. lauren: i do not believe you can take money out in 10 seconds so i am timing you. ready, set, go. >> $20 request is in, processing. lauren: 5, 4, 3, 2. it is coming out. that was pretty close to 10
seconds. >> your mileage may vary. lauren: they want it in 80 atms. nicole: ready, set, go. apple has announced its first original show for example tv box, working, executive ben silverman and howard owens on an unscripted program about apps. they did not say when the show will air. it has been rumored that apple would get into the original programming arena where netflix created the model. the empire created by hugh hefner might be sold. playboy enterprises is exploring a sale, the investment bank advising playboy is expected to run in auction for playboy. the company could be worth $500
million. hugh hefner owns a third of the company. not long ago playboy magazine stopped printing photos and revamped itself for the digital age. >> he looked like he was having a terrible time. denver digs out of a snowstorm, take the brunt of the storm, the forecast from maria molina coming up in sports. stay tuned, we will show you all the highlights and show you if your team made it. you are watching "mornings". all the morning markets after a short break.
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lauren: the caped crusader taking on the man of steel in batman versus superman:don of justice. my kid went at 8:20 p.m.. reviews have been mixed. it is projected to be a big hit at the box office, ben affleck and henry cavill starr in the film. the characters fight their enemies and each other to once again protect gotham city and wonder woman is in it too. let's look at the latest from the world of sports. the defending champs were
knocked out, the blue devils lost 82-68. the ducks are on the verge of making their first final four. in order to do so they have to get past oklahoma tomorrow night, kansas struggled with a strong second half, 79-63. kansas started with six buckets behind terry ellis who led the way by tying his season-high was 27 points for the number one overall seed. they take on the winner of the villanova and miami came. villanova proved why they were ranked higher by blowing away the hurricanes 92-69. the best tournament shooting performance yet with 62% shooting percentage with a win, villanova makes the elite eight and takes on kansas tomorrow night. let's look at the remainder of the sweet 16 game in the east region, 16 notre dame, taking on
wisconsin, one of the early games, in one of the two night caps in the midwest, syracuse facing off against the 11 seed as the early game, virginia taking on iowa state in the second spot. lauren: strong winds across the midwest, leaving a foot of snow. before you head out the door let's get a look at your friday forecast, meteorologist maria molina. maria: we are tracking all kinds of weather that keeps moving eastward. we have to deal with it yet again today. this time we are dealing with areas like new england and along the east coast towards parts of florida and you can see heavy rain across parts of florida and winter weather we are dealing with as we head farther north where we have the winter weather
advisory that affects winter storm warnings and freezing rain. it will be a wintery mix and a tough commute as you head to work early this morning and behind the storm system temperatures are chillier. in chicago 30 °, ahead of it relatively mild, new york city you are at 50, and in the middle 60s in raleigh, north carolina, a quick look at forecast high temperatures, pleasant day across the plains and a warm one across parts of florida, tampa, 84 ° the forecast high today. lauren: thank you very much. nicole: comedian gary shandling is dead at 66. the actor writer producer and director most famous for the gary shandling show and larry sanders show died of a heart attack. he was nominated for 19 emmy awards, hosted the grannies on multiple occasions. in 1993 nbc offered him late-night to produce david
nicole: a terror plot in, quote, advanced stages foiled overnight in france. authorities in brussels arrest six people tied to the terror attacks. lauren: john kerry has arrived in brussels to express condolences for the loss of life in the brussels attack. nicole: us and european stock markets are closed. we snapped a five week winning streak, the dow finished down halfback%. the nasdaq down halfback% for
this week. nicole: asian markets, the nikkei in japan rose 6.5%. lauren: the war of words between ted cruz and donald trump. on the democratic side hillary clinton and bernie sanders campaign ahead of weekend primaries. nicole: playboy may be up for sale. it may cost half $1 billion. lauren: stay tuned to see the highlights and find out if your team made it to the elite eight. lauren: it is good friday ahead of easter sunday, march 25th, "fbn a.m.," the latest breaking news and what to expect for the day ahead. police in brussels crackdown on
the one he will impact summer travel is yet to be seen but analysts expect a short to medium-term impact with airfares dropping in price. >> i expect prices at this stage in the news cycle to come down over the next couple weeks. gerri: some may snap up these deals, it takes 13 months to recover according to the world travel and tourism council. that is a far shorter recovery time than issues relating from disease, environmental factors or political unrest. 13 months of fewer european tourists could hit industries like the airlines pretty hard. the largest us air carriers, american airlines, delta and united continental make up 12% of their revenue from transatlantic travel. if not to europe this summer, where will people look to vacation? >> it depends how long this stays in the news cycle. there is a lot of pent-up demand
to go to cuba so some people may turn in word or south of the border than going to europe as this happens in the news cycle. gerri: we will keep an eye on the story of people solidify their summer plans. nicole: we bring in john huddy with fox news live on the ground in brussels. good morning, thanks for following this for us. >> reporter: last night there were several anti-terror raids in brussels including one, one of the suburbs of brussels where several, two were rounded up, the fallout from tuesday's attack, and today we are getting new reports of a possible new suspect, a syrian national
police are hunting for at this point. yesterday there were reports about a possible second bomber in the metro attack. there was the subway attack, we are hearing investigators may be looking for a syrian national who may have been involved in the metro bombing. one of the attackers, khalid el-bakraoui, carried out the bombing and his brother ibrahim was one of the suicide airport attackers. we are learning information that both brothers were on an fbi terror watch list and us officials may have passed that information to belgian officials. ibrahim was detained by turkish officials in june and deported to holland and turkish
authorities red flagged him, these guys were already on a police radar in belgium but they were not rounded up before they carried out these horrific attacks. lauren: thank you for that update. nicole: the campaign trail is getting more and more personal between ted cruz and donald trump. it started when the ted cruz campaign tweeted a racy picture of donald trump's wife from her modeling days, trump tweeted a picture of mrs. cruz, the texas senators responded while campaigning in washington for the april 5th primary. >> seeing him go deeper and deeper into the gutter, it is not easy to tick me off. i don't get angry often. but you mess with my wife, you mess with my kids, that will do it every time. donald, you are sniveling coward and leave heidi the hell alone.
nicole: ted cruz was asked if he would support trump if he wins the nomination he said i will beat him for the nomination, donald trump is not going to be the nominee. democratic primaries will be held tomorrow in washington, hawaii and alaska with a total of 142 delegates at stake, most of them in washington. hillary clinton met with muslim american leaders at the university of southern california accusing the gop candidates of being racist and unfit to serve our country. >> it is important that we hear these voices, not just the hot rhetoric and demagoguery, not only -- it is dangerous. nicole: bernie sanders telling an enthusiastic routing washington that turn out will be critical. >> people who have not often been involved in the political
process, when they come out we do well. nicole: clinton has 1700 delegates so far, sanders 946 was nearly 2400 i needed for the democratic party nomination. politico has tweeted it will cost 3 $53,000 if you want to sit with clinton along with george clooney and his wife at a fundraiser next month in san francisco. lauren: us financial markets are closed today but it is good friday, federal holiday. the commerce department is releasing its final revision to fourth-quarter gross domestic product. gdp is expected to rise 1% matching the latest estimate. one thing to watch for his following corporate profits. they declined last year for the first time in the recession ended in 2009. the report will be released at
8:30 a.m. eastern time. nicole: stocks snapping a five week winning streak as a rally that lifted shares to their highest levels of the year lost steam ahead of easter. the dow industrials are up halfback%, the s&p is down 0.4%. nasdaq is down 4.5%. what should investors focus on when trading resumes monday after easter? good morning to you. you said earlier expectations for corporate earnings are very low. if we beat this low bar, stocks rally? >> i think so. when it comes to earnings everything is relative, predicting earnings should be down 6%. and the low hurdle for companies, a lot of them go over
easily. >> we saw five weeks of gains, pulled back and thought three consecutive days of selling. some experts are looking at the february 11th low and saying is this the turn? have we lost steam? >> we certainly had an overbought situation which is one of the reasons we have seen the selling but longer-term the rally continues. a lot of it will depend on the jobs report next friday and the start of earnings. lauren: they indicated two hikes this year, what if they go off course? >> they are very important. the trend, they were seeing hikes, investors have called them a little bit by that.
nicole: thank you very much. lauren: tony robbins has america's leaders, he will join anthony scaramucci and maria bartiroma with his take on the 2016 election. >> he has harnessed the level of anger as bernie has that we have not seen in a long time. he is an amazing businessman, great salesman. i don't think his rivals took him seriously soon enough. nicole: tune into wall street week 2 nights at 8:00 pm eastern time. anthony scaramucci and maria bartiroma in the same sentence, the atms don't need debit cards, we will show you the new smart phone technology. >> 30 to 40 seconds, put your
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lauren: let's get you caught up on what is happening now. terror plot in advanced stages foiled overnight in france. authorities in brussels arrest six people tied to the terror attacks. us secretary of state john kerry has arrived in brussels to express condolences of the united states for the loss of life in the brussels attack. hillary clinton and bernie sanders campaign hard in the weekend primaries, voters in washington, hawaii and alaska head to the polls. market in the united states and europe are closed today.
it is good friday, ahead of easter this weekend. our competitors may be close but foxbusiness is open and bringing the very latest. that is what is happening now. nicole: you may be saying goodbye to your debit card. at thousands of atms, they will allow you to use your phone to take out money. i met with the vice president to show you how it works. >> without putting a card into the machine. >> getting cash out of your account with just your smart phone and you say that. >> your car can be compromised and you use it and use it without your authorization. he would have to steal your fingers and touch id.
simply press the mobile banking apps. go ahead and order up $20. it will generate a qr code. take $20. >> how much faster? i go to the atm and seconds later get my cash. >> reach in your purse, pin your number and the like. and scan the screen. nicole: i don't believe he can do that in 10 seconds so i am timing him. >> processing, the machine is coming to life. >> reporter: 5, 4, 3, 2. i think that was ten seconds. that was pretty close. >> your mileage may vary.
lauren: you are saving half a minute. most think that is not a big deal but imagine you are in a casino and there is a long line, it is all about technology. the empire created by hugh hefner may be sold. playboy enterprises is exploring a sale. they are advising playboy on this in playboy. $500 million it is believed that you have dinner, and playboy magazine printing nude photos and revamped for the digital age, all about the articles. lauren: artificial intelligence not always so intelligence. it was capable of auto responses to see if it could learn from discussions, natural discussions
with other twitter users. it had to be pooled by microsoft within the first 24 hours it was up because it learned how to be obscene, offensive and racist. it was described as a social and cultural experiment and a failed one. nicole: denver digs out of a huge snowstorm, michigan take the brunt of the storm. fox meteorologist maria molina coming up next. the first half of the sweet 16 game decided. stay tuned to see the highlights and find out if your team made it to the elite eight. you are watching "fbn a.m.," first look at morning markets and breaking news.
lauren: the rolling stones will play before an expected audience of hundreds of thousands was the band led by mick jagger flew in for the free of charge concert. >> great to be here and i am sure it will be great. lauren: the concert is a great event, listening to rock and roll. the easter holiday is not free. americans could spend a record $17 billion, roughly 146 $46 per person. some of the favorite in the
easter basket are the marshmallow and vice president of corporate affairs says everybody has their own way. >> most people eat the head first. pop the whole thing in their mouth. consumers have an emotional connection, grew up at easter time in the basket. lauren: 28 cal. let's take a look at the latest in the world of sports. in the first half of the sweet 16 game cancer struggled early on against maryland with a strong second half, the jayhawks won 7963. they started their second half with six straight buckets, led the way by tying the season-high 27 points.
kansas will take on villanova tomorrow night. they couldn't keep up with oregon, 82-68. the ducks are on the verge of making their first final four in 77 years. in order to do so they will have to get past oklahoma tomorrow night. nicole: heavy snow, hail and strong wind leaving as much as a foot of snow as the storm headed east. let's look at your friday forecast. maria molina is with us. >> reporter: the storm system is bringing more winter weather across parts of new england and also going to bring showers and storms across the east coast but in florida we have the concern that some of the storms could produce isolated severe weather. large hail and damaging winds,
across new england advisories because of winter weather because of freezing rain, that should be in place throughout the morning so it will be a tough commute as you head to work. westward we expect winter weather this weekend across parts of the rockies as another storm system moves in. temperatures chili behind the storm, you are only at 31 in chicago, 28 in minneapolis. this afternoon it will stay cool with 60s and 70s in the forecast, new york city relatively warm, 70 °, cooler this weekend as the front pushes through and is using cooler air. nicole: thank you. coming up, markets are closed in europe and the us but we will run down on how we fared ahead of the weekend and head it over with tnext, we are live on foxbusiness.
this weekend. maria: a blessed good friday to you. dagen: i am dagan mcdowell, maria bartiroma has the morning off, it is march 25th, good friday to everyone. top stories at 6 am eastern. 6 arrests in the wake of the brussels terror attack, police carrying out more raids as they search for at least one other man in the bombing. john kerry arriving in brussels, he will meet with belgian's prime minister and we will bring you many developments as they coming. war of words between donald trump and ted cruz getting hotter, the two going back and forth over comments about their wives. ted cruz got downright angry. >> i don't get angry often. but you mess with my wife or my kids, that will do it every time. donald, you are a sniveling coward and leave heidi the hell alone. dagen: democratic front-runner hillary clinton using celebrities to raise money for the campaign. you will not believe how much she