t installed on your schedule. comcast business. built for business. >> breaking news this morning. the stakes are huge in the primary but in wisconsin. hackers looking for a wind that donald trump says not so fast. john kasich back on call for him to quit it good morning. i am lauren simonetti. nicole: i am nicole petallides. hillary clinton for a debate. the latest on the badger state. lauren: your stocks under pressure after downbeat report from the international monetary fund and falling oil prices. much like u.s. stock market futures right now. teachers telling off by 123 points. it's a half of 1%.
nicole: in asia, traders are back to work. taking out the shanghai composite that rose 1.5%. lauren: after another 3% decline yesterday, oil prices fell down 0.4% in trading to the new rule from the government, pfizer and allergan $150 million merger plan. shocking new development. lauren: ceo bob eiger steps down, throwing secession plans into disarray. nicole: and in sports, [cheers and applause] no way. yes, villanova wildcat cut down on the last-second thriller against north carolina. stay tuned for highlight, assign
a second man missing his end. lauren: here in new york, tuesday, march the. welcome to "fbn:am" for the first look at today's markets, latest breaking is and what to expect that they had. nicole: voters in wisconsin heading to the polls for the state pivotal primary. take today's contest reset the gop presidential race. lake irvine has the answer from madison, wisconsin. reporter: collection day in in wisconsin and disbelief the vote will come down to a battle between donald trump and type trees. 42 delegates in play. when wisconsin allocates delegates, it's likely the winner will take most or all of the 42. in importance for trump and cruise tried to get to the 1237 delegates to lock up the nomination before july's convention. monday, trump warranties keeping an eye on it aren't dns leader.
cruz was adamant that a potential convention site would involve just himself and trim. >> if we do well here, folks, it's over. if we don't, but when you like to take the credit in wisconsin? >> at the convention that will parachute men some white knight who will save the washington establishment, it is nothing less than a pipe dream. it may get a happen. reporter: john kasich has been running a very distant third in all the polls had he spent monday campaigning in new york. lauren and nicole, back to you. nicole: thanks, blake appeared be sure to tune into fox business for today's primary coverage started 7:00 p.m. eastern time right here on the
fox is this network. transfer republican white house hopefuls appearing on fox news last night can make in final pitch to voters at front runner donald trump. his wife is that there has been. >> i think it's not fair that they are attacking family, wife or children. it is said there. >> we are headed for a massive recession. the mac if i'm not elected. we are in a massive bubble. we have money yet nobody can borrow to muster very rich. if i want to borrow money i can borrow all the money ought to borrow. if you are really rich come you can't borrow money. >> he respects women. he hires women on the highest position and he trusts them. he's the one that will take care of them. >> donald doesn't have freelancers on those issues that has though his response when they get upset if the yells and
screams and curses and insults people. that's his mattress saves. >> i did all these things that i was there we cut the capital gains tax. same in ohio. i know how to do this. lauren: occurs when all the delegates, trump would need to win 56% of those remaining to get the nomination. lauren: on trade nicole: hillary clinton focusing another day. polls show senator bernie sanders ahead of the former secretaries in wisconsin. jeff flock has the latest. reporter: moran and nicole, we come to you from the uaw local 95 hall. janesville, wisconsin. you think organized labor would be behind hillary clinton. not so much in places like janesville, which in the year 2,007,000 people. of course the plan has been
shattered and the disaffected workers have had a voice they say in this campaign, this unconventional campaign. important to note that just because senator sanders is behind in the delegates, he is not having a problem raising money. in march he raised $44 million. over half of that came from donors giving $200 or less. he hopes that a win here will give him six out of the last seven. that's an all important momentum going into those days was senator kit undersecretary clinton is expected to be strong. should be a good race. moran, nicole, back to you. nicole: thank you am i just thought. clinton and sanders will have a debate and is scheduled for april 14th in brooklyn, five days before the mayor primary. lauren: last night it was villanova versus north carolina.
only one would come out on top. [cheers and applause] drilling. the wildcats won 77 train and 70s were before the final shot with 4.7 seconds remaining. tar heels had a double clutch to tie the game, but kris jenkins became the hero for the wildcats visit males. the buzzer for the victory. this is the first in the national title game since i'm in such back in 1983. nicole: lipsky account of the global market action. i was almost distracted on the video. i'll down arrows. hong kong hang seng down 1.6%. korea down 1%. china's shanghai composite index up 1.5%. lauren: down arrows.
the ftse been 1%. cac down 2%. nicole: there's a damper on the market this morning. i am not talked about concerns about emerging markets in china and that was in the market. the futures are down 116 points. s&p futures down 16 and a takedown 28. transit was down 13 cents. $35.50 a barrel. folks are a little bit nervous right now at 12.34 accounts. nicole: by the way, i am not on the international monetary fund. u.k. pound, weaker against the greenback. japanese yen showing strength today. lauren: the yield on the treasury is trading at 1.73%. a tragic helicopter accident in tennessee. a sightseeing helicopter crash in eastern part of the state killing all five people on
board. the chopper was destroyed by fire after the crash. >> there's not much left. the helicopter was pretty well consumed in the fire. the fire is gone from a crashed at the top of the mountain. nicole: known on the ground was injured. the cost of the the crash is under investigation. lauren: isis is doing some self-promoting. islamic state information office in iraq showed pictures of your print technology. isis also required microscope magnifying glasses. it's in the process of recruiting foreign fighters and français. if you access to the equipment is taking other areas in theory and inadequate equipment and technology already listed. nicole: new york and california workers will be paid market the state's governor signed legislation that will gradually increase the minimum wage to $15 an hour.
i will be the highest in the nation. new york state budget includes gradually raising the current starting in new york city in three years and raising another level of ire. in los angeles on the governor jerry brown signed a bill to lift wages to $15 by the year 2022. he said people are fed up with the low pay. >> there's a lot of anger in the presidential campaign. and they have many sources. one of the services are to me is the way the average american is being treated at this particular economy. today we do something about that in a very significant way. nicole: experts say other states may follow new york and california. lauren: regulations could damage the 150-dollar merger between pfizer and allergan. the deal is on track with the treasury department posts out
there both on corporate archers that allow companies to avoid taxes by moving headquarters saturday night dates. several dealmakers vegetables seem to be aimed at the deal between pfizer and allergan criticized during the election nears initially. visit the regulation sent shares tumbling 19% in after-hours. >> changes of walt disney chief operating officer said he is leaving the company. he was the man widely thought to take over for the big role for the chief executive bob iker. he reportedly decided to quit when he found the company's board had decided to broaden the search for the successor. i agree 65 years old and has said he is to retire in june june 2018. the decision to leave was considered a shot entire company. the >> coming up, world leaders from vladimir putin to david cameron. we will have the latest
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game, you miss one of the best ever. villanova went to the ncaa championship in a thriller. let's check out the stock market futures this morning ahead of the opening bell. we are under pressure this morning. dow futures down 118, s&p 16 and the nasdaq down 23. that's what's happening now. lauren. lauren: thanks, nicole. the rich and famous in panama has urged an investigation by the u.s. justice department. investigators at her evidence of corruption prosecuted right here in the u.s. jo ling kent has the details. reporter: good morning. the justice department investigating the 11.5 million documents released in the dump with the alleged dealings of the rich and powerful. according to the analysis of investigative journalists, documents about 40 years from law firms known for helping people create companies for their money.
they reveal the current and former offshore holding up 140 government officials and politicians around the world. one part of the document details $2 billion in transactions through banks and shadow companies idea says it's in french and president vladimir putin. the government has hit back saying document surrogate gluten in the upcoming election, not offshore activity. chinese president xi jinping to be brother-in-law i set up two british virgin islands companies in 2009. the revelation that isn't going to achieve an anticorruption campaign in china break now. soccer star lionel massey shows he and his father on a shelf come to me to evade taxes. now reporting he is now suing. u.k. prime minister david cameron's late father created a holding company and allegedly a massive urchin in a protected account when asked whether the british prime minister family had not sure money, came a
spokeswoman said it's a private matter. for now, the white house is aware but not commenting on the good of the president commending them saying they are good news because it will help track down all who have aided taxes. back to you guys. nicole: the latest name to surface is the son of former united nations secretary-general kofi annan. documents showed that coach out a nonuse of not sure account arranged by the same panama law firm to buy london apartment for more than $500,000. lawyers denied any wrongdoing. the story is just beginning. nicole: a new study says men to climb faster than what many key functions as they age. a study on asia and baltimore says normal to climb in memory and intellect that comes with aging may occur earlier. and faster and man that women. it also found older women all scored older man on most tests of cognitive function
administered over nearly a decade. this study analyzed data collected at various times between 1979 and 2013 on more than two dozen participants. the subjects range from 50 to 96 years old at the start. lauren: kris jenkins was the hero for villanova last night and the last second as her reader. >> he made a perfect pass. it's definitely going to. >> are the highlights of the wild finish to march madness is all about up next. frigid weather blanket the northeast. a chilly forecast with fox meteorologist maria molina checking out market futures. dow futures down 10109 points, s&p futures than 16. nasdaq down 25. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning market in breaking news.
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wildcats. this is the worst buzzer beater to win the national title game since lorenzo charles n. c. state back in 1983. don't forget the women's final tonight between uconn and syracuse at 8:30 p.m. eastern time. let's take a look at the latest in the baseball diamond. the home opener still in the show at the 4-3 victory in 10 innings. dana murphy made his debut in hit a home run as a go-ahead double in the 10th inning to help lead the new team to victory. grays harbor also homered in his first appearance now has four home runs on opening day in his career. two rain delays aren't enough to stop the orioles in their home opener as they beat the twins 3-2. a tie game in the bottom of the ninth fairmount readers came up clutch with two out singles to score the winning run. >> you might've noticed it is
cold at well below normal temperatures across the northeast. let's get a lecture tuesday forecast with fox meteorologist maria molina was warm in the studio which we don't like to say in april. good morning, maria. reporter: good morning. temperatures are downright cold even for this time of the year. 24 in boston. further north we are currently in the teens and parts of new hampshire, maine in upstate new york. factor in the wind. it feels much colder. right now in new york city the temperature just 17. 12 in boston and further west across as for the great they come in since odds are colder like a market where the temperature is one degree below zero. we will continue to see a arctic air mass intrusion throughout the week. the cold air will come down, retreat a little bit so it just going to be a very chilly pattern throughout this week. the system brought snow across as ignorant but not offshore.
out of the northern rockies and into parts of the northern plains, bringing in areas of rain in winter weather. but head over to you. nicole: coming up, voters head to the polls for a primary that could change the landscape in the race for the white house. donald trump's wife makes the case for the female vote. >> he puts women in the highest position in the trust them. he's the one that will take care of them. >> troubles in the magic kingdom as bob acres that stone. we will have that tori at the checkout out u.s. stock market futures. under a little bit of pressure. the dow right now down one of seven. s&p down 14, nasdaq down 25. you are watching trip up and coming your first look at morning market and breaking
nicole: breaking news this morning. a huge critical primary vote in wisconsin. ted cruz looking for a win. donald trump says nasa has to jump of nine.com call to him to quit. good morning. i am nicole petallides. lauren: ayanna lauren simonetti. hillary clinton and bernie sanders agreed to debate the first big battle for a neck and neck race for the latest on the badger state. the latest after a downbeat report on the global economy from the international monetary fund. falling oil prices, too. let's check out u.s. stock market futures at s&p futures on 15. nasdaq down 27.
lauren: japan's nikkei site in about 2.8% on the back of those falling oil prices and also the strong yen. china shanghai composite to rise 1.5% today. nicole: checking oil once again down 10 cents. dirty 560 a barrel. lauren: new rules from the government may do government may do well to pfizer and allergan $150 billion merger plan. nicole: troubles in the magic kingdom as ceo bob acres steps down, three in succession plans into disarray. lauren: and in sports. >> for the championship. [cheers and applause] it was a villanova wildcats to cut down the last-second thriller against north carolina. stay tuned for highlights of the final second man missing his
name. nicole: 5:31 a.m. in new york. tuesday, march 5th. march 5th? nicole: april 5th. the latest breaking news and what to expect today ahead. voters in wisconsin heading to the polls for the state of about primary. could today's contest reset the gop presidential race? like burma with the latest from madison, wisconsin. >> it is election day in wisconsin and is believed the vote will come down to a battle between donald trump and ted cruz. 42 delegates in play at way wisconsin allocate delegates, it is likely the winner will take most or all of the 42. wisconsin's importance for trump and crew says they still try to get to the 1287 delegates to lock up the nomination before july's convention. monday, trump warned he's
keeping an eye on the pianist leader reince priebus. cruz was adamant a fight would involve just himself and trump. >> if we do well here, folks, it is over. if we don't -- [cheers and applause] if we don't win here at not over, but wouldn't you like to take the credit in wisconsin for ending it? >> this fever in washington but at the convention that will parachute and some white knight who will save the washington establishment is nothing less than a pipe dream. make it happen. >> john kasich has been running a very distant third in all of the polls. he spent the day campaigning in a dark period for another call, back to you. lauren: make sure to tune into fox business for special coverage of today's primary at 7:00 p.m. eastern here in the fox business network.
all three hopefuls appearing on white house making the final page. for armored donald trump's wife was also one with her has been. >> i think it is not fair that they are attacking family, wife, children. it is unfair. >> we are headed for a massive recession if i'm not elect it. we're in a massive bubble. we have the cheapest money we've ever had, yet no one can borrow that much of very rich. if you are really rich, you can't throw money. >> he hires the women in the highest position and he trusts them. he's the one that will take care of them. >> donald doesn't have any real answers for those issues. this response when he gets upset
as he yells and screams and curses and those people. at this mattress saves time. >> i was there. i did all these things. i was there when we balance the federal budget to him in ohio. i know how to do this. nicole: at cruz wins, donald trump would need 57% of those remaining to get the nomination. lauren: in the democratic side, hillary clinton continues to focus on new york spending another day in the empires they picked a recent poll shows senator bernie sanders ahead of the secretary of state in response and primary. jeff flock has the latest. reporter: lorna nicole conway come to you from a tax hall here in janesville, then. you might think organized labor would be staunchly behind hillary clinton did not so much in places like janesville, which in the year 2000 had a plant with 7000 people.
of course the plan has been shuttered and the disaffected workers have found a voice they say in this campaign, this unconventional campaign for bernie sanders is important also to note that just because senator sanders is a hind indelicate, he has not had any problem raising money to it in march he $4 million. over half of that came from donors giving $200 or less. he hopes a win here would give him six out of the last seven contests in the all-important momentum according to the east coast to where secretary clinton is expected to be strong. should be a good race. lauren, nicole, back to you. lauren: jeff flock, thank you. a debate next week in new york is scheduled for april 14th in brooklyn, five days before the critical mayor primary. last night killing of a versus
north carolina. only one with come out on top. [cheers and applause] would have played. i was crazy. the wildcats won 77-74 before the final shot with 4.7 seconds remaining. marcus page of a double clutch to tie the game. but then chris jenkins became the hero for the wildcats. the team nailed ray at the buzzer for the big three. this is the first in the national title game as lorenzo charles and the state in 1983. i think they are still celebrating. global market action overnight. one great air of a nation. chinese investors that were. the shanghai composite resin 1.5%. the nikkei in japan down 2.8%. a strong yen today. falling oil prices.
the hang seng in hong kong down 1.7%. the cost be in south korea -- a 20%. nicole: pressure across the markets based on the international monetary fund's worried about china and emerging markets. ftse in london.1.3%. cac down 2% and dax down 2% in germany. u.s. stock market futures looking down. now down 123 points. s&p futures on text input type is 0.8% and the nasdaq futures down 30-point morning. nicole: oil back down again. we see gold popping up almost $15 at 1234 troy ounce. lauren: a helicopter accident in tennessee, facing helicopter crash in eastern part of the state killing all five people on board. the chopper was destroyed by
fire after the crash. >> there's not much left. the helicopter pretty well consumed in the fire. the buyer has gone from or the helicopter crashed in the top of the mountain. lauren: if there's any good news, no one on the ground was injured. the cause of the crash is under investigation. nicole: isis is doing some self-promoting. islamic states information office in iraq release pictures showcasing their newly acquired anger print technology. isis has also acquired microscopes and magnifying glasses. it's in the process of recruiting foreign fighters six. isis appears to have gained access to the equipment by taking over areas and doing it in a rap where it already existed. lauren: new york and california workers will take more after the legislation that will gradually increase the minimum wage to $15 an hour and i would be the highest in the nation.
new york state budget includes raising the $9 minimum wage district in new york city and isn't then at a lower level elsewhere. los angeles governor jerry brown signed a bill into law that would lift wages to $15 by 2022. new york governor andrew cuomo said the minimum wage in new york is no longer realistic. >> the truth is that $9 an hour you can't afford to raise a family and new york and that's why we will raise it to $15 an hour to restore fairness and decency. lauren: others if my fellow new york and california. nicole: new treasury department could endanger the $150 billion merger between drug company pfizer and allergen. videos on track, but yesterday the treasury department imposed tough new rules on corporate mergers that allow companies to avoid taxes by moving had represented the u.s.
several dealmakers set the rules seem to be aimed at the deal specifically which has been criticized during the election year. news that the regulation sent shares tumbling night 10% in after-hours trading and made the whole deal less favorable. lauren: change the walt disney after thompson said he will will be leaving the company. and then by the thought to take over for ceo bob iker. they decided to quit when he found out the board had decided to broaden the search for the successor. igra 65 and then set it to two retired june 2018. his decision to leave was considered a shot to the company. nicole: a look at the headlines into "the wall street journal." one person, one does dinner. the ruling is a blow to conservative back to those who argue the constitution for immigrants for prisoner.
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lauren: welcome back to fbi man. let's get caught up on what's happening out. wisconsin primary senator ted cruz leads donald trump, the trump is not conceding anything. governor john kasich response to calls to quit the race. tough new rules could get in the way of depending pfizer and allergan merger. a surprise resignation of walt disney co. could impact to a takeover for bob heidegger is ceo when he retires. if you didn't stay up late for the big-game communist one of the best ever. though another when sachin and shaping a real thriller.
checking in on stock market futures in the u.s. added the opening opening bell. dow futures thinking 170-point goodnight to teachers down 33. that's a look at what is happening now. nicole. nicole: thanks, lauren. donald trump going where most presidential front runners have not, claiming he can eliminate $19 trillion national debt in just eight years. can he really do this? gerri willis here with the details. the mac after he promised to get rid of the nations debt in eight years, presidential candidate donald trump in during a raft of criticism. experts say would be impossible to erase the nations might 10.2 trying dollars that cannot. your already, the federal government than $4 trillion a year. if you cut the annual budget in half, and ended with paid and most of the data for eight years, he still would have enough to pay seniors social security spending and the like. former congressional budget
office chief douglas holtz akin is one of those get tix. >> i think this is quintessential. there's no way will been in eight years at the numbers are possible at best. people shrugged it off as a politician talking about what would be great, but not what's going to happen. >> even so, trump deserve some credit for addressing the issue, an issue politicians shy away from. it rises back to $.5 billion a day. if each american had to pay their fair share and eventually, the tab at the $59,000. lauren, nicole, back to you. nicole: we have our favorite airlines. the 26th annual national airline quality rating with four. the best and the worst airlines. i'm for air, frontier in american which got the most passenger complaints. here's the best for last year. virgin america number one for the fourth year in a row being
bought by alaska air for $2.6 billion. lauren: coming up in sports, kris jenkins was the hero last night. the last-second buzzer beater. >> he made the perfect pass and every time it definitely go in a period nicole: frigid weather blanket the northeast. a chilly forecast with her ram only now. checking your top market futures right now seems and down arrows. s&p down 18. nasdaq futures down 32. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning market and breaking news. ♪
>> is it teaching games for the championship. [cheers and applause] ! wildcats walking away with the national championship after a late-night thriller against you and they want 77-74. just before the final shot with your .7 seconds remaining, tar heel senior marcus page at a double clutch three to tie the game. chris jenkins became a hero for the wildcats as they knelt three at the buzzer for the went to this is the first to win the national title games in a row and the charles back in 1983. don't forget women's final is tonight between yukon and they're accused to it all starts
at 8:30 p.m. eastern. a look at the latest in the baseball diamond. the braves home opener at the national soul the show with the fortran at three victory 10 inning. dana murphy made his washington debut and a home run and a go-ahead double in the 10th inning to lead his team to victory. rice harper and his first appearance now has four home runs on opening day in his career. texas rangers didn't do much to beat the mariners. all they needed was one hit. felix hernandez or so in my by a score of 3-two. the one that came from prince fielder onto the left-field good thing sabatier combined with a walk in the air same inning walked away with the win. nicole: baby, it's cold outside. normal temperatures across the northeast had fox meteorologist maria molina. reporter: good morning. i wish i had better nights air
temperatures are going to stay below average for most of the week across parts of the great lakes en masse of the north east. as you make up you can see current temperature is widespread in the 20th in boston and new york city, york city, further west across rice of the midwest. further north, temperatures and markup for six degrees below is a routing or only in the team in new england and single digits. the landfill is much colder than that he teens right now in new york city, often in buffalo. snow yesterday across parts of southern new england. now we have for next-line producing very strong wind across parts of the rockies in the talking about wind gusts up to 60 miles per hour. eventually the sanctions and this is for you and brings accumulating snows across parts of the great lakes. that's something to watch out for as we have in tonight and went day. temperatures are cold out there for most of this week. here's the animation for today
quite cold up there. as we head into wednesday, thursday, friday and the weekend temperatures below average. the seven things about that. temperatures widespread in the 70s at the head over to you. nicole: them are remotely not commit thank you very much. lauren: check this out. a passenger that burst into flames when it collides with another plane across the runway. the boeing 737 preparing for takeoff in indonesia when its wing clipped the smaller planes have hit the pilot aborted the flight and none of the 56 people on board were hurt. look at the left wing. the other plane complete this course was significant damage to its tail. nobody hurt. nicole: coming up, rent on the global market action before we hand it over to morning space-bar rea. david says here that "fbn:am." -- stay with us here on
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nicole: we see in china back to work at the shanghai composite index up 1.5%. japan's nikkei down 2.5%. the hang seng in the past he also lower. all down arrows. the international monetary fund should caution on emerging markets through china in particular. the cac conference down 2.2% and the german dax down 2.5%. u.s. stock market futures have been under pressure as well. dow futures down 133. s&p futures on 18. a keen eye on oil which sold off several days in a row. it is down 20 rec. 3550 a barrel as gold and $14. we are turning it over to morning space-bar rea. good morning, maria. >> happy tuesday, everybody. i maria bartiromo. tuesday march the 86:00 a.m. on
the east coast. decision day has arrived. polls open stewart's dramatic now. high stakes on the republican side of the race. that resulted in a widely and john seven writing for both despite calls to drop out of the race. >> i think we are going to do it. if we can limit concent and we are doing great, we are going to do a pretty easily. >> they are looking at the records and realized donald yells a lot but he has no solution. the people of wisconsin want someone who is a real positive message. >> both of them sat together the race because i'm winning their votes. i agree with them. [applause] nobody is going to bring us go in and if there's an open convention and it's going to be cold. maria: the race is much