nicole: candidates get ready to rumble in new york, the jungle. republicans argue about new york values. i am nicole pedallides, happy friday. lauren: i am lauren simonetti. facing off with blblack lives matter defending his wife as temperatures rise and rhetoric between hillary clinton and bernie sanders, the latest developments. nico: us stocks treat for investments, the dow tumbled 174 points yesterday, check stock market futures ahead of "the opening bell".
nasdaq up 28. lauren: all lies on the japanese yen but the nikkei managing a half% in, the shanghai composite falllling 0.8%. lauren: crude oil prices getting a liffrom new positives on the us and german economy, $38.53 a barrel, that is a move of 3.5%. nicole: john williams looking for possibly two more interest rate hikes this year. nicole: gas is the stock to watch after reporting lower sales at the banana republic and old navy stores. lauren: jordan's piece leads the tournament after the first day. nicole: it is 5:0 numb one, , t if. let's look at what is moving in the markets, the latest breaking news and what to expect for the
day ahead. lauren: the primary on april l 19th many polls find donald trump with a a big lead his home state, ted cruz struggling, ted cruzuz has draw anger for his new york values comments and blake berman has more. >> reporter: new york values front and center in the primary. in his first campaign stop in new yorkrk wednesday night dona trump blasted ted cruz for comments ted cruz made in the lead up to the iowa caucuses about new york values. they released this video. >> everyone understands the values in new york city focus around money and the media. >> no place on earth could have handled more beautifully, more humanely than new york. >> reporter: ted cruz has not back off of the comments, thursday he campaigned outside
albany and labeled trump a new york liberal. >> our friends in the media tell us that donald trump is unstoppable in new york city. oddly enough our friends in the media are very comfortable with a new york liberal who has supported andrew cuomo and hillary clinton and chuck schumer for decades. >> reporter: rudy giuliani told the new york post he will vote for donald trump, he said ted cruz's new york values, and was part of the reason why, quote, i know he was attacking liberal democraticalues, he goes on to say there was a better way to say it. back to you. lauren: ohio governor john kasich releasing this new ad attacking ted cruz and hillary clinton. trump not mentioned in that ad. on the democratic side the race is getting more negative, hillary clinton and bernie
sanders clashing over who is qualified for president and while campaigning in philadelphia sanders hitting the former secretary of state hard. >> maybe the american people might wonder about your qualalificions, madam secretary, when you voted for t the war in iriraq, the most disastrous foreign policy blunder i in the modern history of america. people might wonder about your qualifications when you supported virtually every trara agreement. nicole: clinton fires right back at t vermont senator. >> kind of silly thing to say but the people of new york know me and voted for me three times, once in the presidential primary. i don't know why he is saying that but i will take bernie sanders over donald trump or ted cruz any time. lauren: today clinton will be campaigning in buffalo, new york as sanders meets voters in
brooklyn. nicole: bill clinton engaging in a heated exchangwith black lives matter protesters while campaigning for his wife in philadelphia, the protesters claiming the 1994 crinal justice reform bill he signed to law as president hurt african-americans. here is his s response. >> i don't know how you would characterize the gang leaders who got 13-year-old it hopped up ocrack and send them to the street to murder african-american children. maybe you thought they were good citizens, shshe didn't. she didn't. you are defending the peoplwho kill the lives you say matter. tell the truth. >> reporter: the law increase prison sentences for a number of gang-related offenses, the former president said it led to a decrease in gun violence. in a new exclusive interview with peter barnes, john williams says the us economy could soon
be ready for higher r interest rates. >> the us economy isis doing we, we are adding g lots of jobs, w are on pace to add another 2 billion jobs this year. i see the economy having a good trajectory. in terms of inflation there has been some good news, we had inflation below our 2% target, we are seeing signs that inflation is picking up and that is a good thing. i hope that will ntinue. >> that outlook for policy and particicularly everyone wants t know when the fed will start to make its n next move to raise interest rates? >> the policy decisions are data dependent. let the data flow very carefully and what it means for the outlook. i am optimistic about achieving our goals, i think we are very close, inflation is the one thing we need to see more progress on.
with this improvement, getting near our goals it is appropriate to gradually raise interest rates and get back to more normal levels. thexact decision what will do that will depend on the data, the analysis and the committee meeting and seeing all the aspects around the economic outlook. >> projections my colleagues and i put out, the number, two, four rate increases, depending on the data, the economy continues at the pace we are seeing, if inflation coinues to improve we should be raising rates gradually in a way people have written out the projections. there are a lotf uncertainties out there, globally economic growth is slowing and that has potential for the us. >> is it fair to say when you talk to reporters a couple weeks ago you foresaw two or more rate increases? >> thais my personal view of
what i expect to see as appropriate policy but we will see how the data comes in. nicole: the fed kept res on hold at the january and march meetings, the next meeting is scheduled later this month, traders are not anticipating a hike. lauren: let's look at asia. you have the yen finally weakening which gives a bounce to the nikkei composite in japan up have mac%, down almost 1.5% on the week. the hang sengng and hong kong pt 1%, shanghai in china, the cosby down fractionally. nicole: let's begin with the german dax, gogood news out of germany, trade data favorable, the dax index up 3/4%, the cac quarante same thing, the ftse in london up have mac%. lauren: us futures following the
lead down hire by 90 points, have mac%, seeing have mac% gain for the s&p 500 and a little more than that for the nasdaq futures. all three major averages are down numb one.4%. nicole: it is down numb $1.26, $38.52, gold down numb one dollar. >> here is how the dollars trading ainst key currencies, let's pay attention to the japanese yen, it is weaker vers t the us dollar and you have strength in the euro and the canadian dollar and the mexican peso versus the greenback. >> let's check out the ten your bond yields, 1.72% this morning. >> another drop in sales down 9% in after-hours trading. this after same-store sales fell 6% in march, worse than expected, sales declined at the banana republic, old navy and gas stores, the 12th st. monthly
drop for sales, entering april with more inventory expected and that could squeeze its profits. nicole: uber has reached a deal about background checks, agreed to pay up to $25 million to end the 2014 lawsuit, san francisco and los angeles accused them of misleading consumers about the strength of those background checks. prosecutors allege the company misled customers into believing it screened out drivers who committed criminal offenses. uber says it already made many changes the prosecutors wanted. >> some belt-tightening at victoria avenue secret includidg the iconic catalog that comes in the mail. the parent company says the will be streamlining through the elimination of 200 corporate jobs and focusus on online shopping, the one that focuses on teenagers.
the company plans greater emphasis on loyalty programs and will move away from its traditional catalogs. some will be discontinued but no word on which one. lauren: you don't want to miss wall street week. this week's show feures the founding partner who talked about implications of a massive leak of offshore accounts known as the panama papers. >> scared everybody at government levels because it was illegal use of information but for the broader public people look at it and say this is bringing transparency, slight is the best disinfectant. nicole: bre richards joins anthony scaramuc tonight on wall street week at 8: pm eastern time on the foxbusiness nenetwork. lauren: predent obama looking
for cash to pay for a democratic congress and gets ready to unleash a flurry of new regulations to burden businesses. we will tell you more. day 2 of the masters golf tournament is about to get underway. we have the highlights. jordan spieth on top and here is a look at the leader board. there you go. you are watctching your first lk at morning markets and breaking news, "fbn a.m.".
nicole: it is 5:15, let's get you caught up on what is happening now, presidential candidatesontinue campaigning in new york as the primary gets closer. polls show donald trump leading hirivals, ted cruz stding by his critique of new york values hillary clinton and bernie sanders contue their back and forth, bill clinton had heating exange with black lives matter protesters at the hillary clinton campaign eve in philadelphia. belgian authorities have released these new pictures of the suspect from the airport
bombinings known as the man in white or the man in the hat right there. san francisco federal rerve president john wiiams tells peter barnes in an exclusive interview that the us economy could be ready f higher interest rates. let's checin on stock market futures ahead of "the enin bell" this friday morning, down week for the market, dow futures up by 77 points. nicole: the russell numb 2000 worse than the tao. president obama was the star attraction at a hollywood fundraiser yesterday where he aid to raise money for democrathoping to win back the house and senate this fall. jeff flock has the details. jeff: president obama spending the night onon the west coast after a big fundraiser in hollywood last night for the democratic senatorial campai committee. in attendance at that one, barbra streisand and her husband james brolin, jj abrams, director of star wars and alan
rn, chairman of disney studios, that one with a $15,000 a ticket dinr, if you wanted to cohost that dinnener it cost $33,000, if you wanted a vip reception, $66,000 plus. it was to raise money to elect democrats to the s senate, democrats making the pch. if donald trump is the nominee not only will he lose in a landslide but it will translate down ballot. latest polls show donald trump in a 5 to head contest with hillary clinton losing by 11 points, one pole has him down by 18 points. if bernie sanders is the nominee he would win by 16 points over donald trump is one pole has him leading by 24 points. a lot of people think that will translate to the senate races and republicans are defending 25 seats this fall.
that means they potentially could take back the senate. that is the latest from chicago where the president made a brief stopover before his trip to hollywood. nicole: president obama is preparing to use more of his executive power, new bususiness regulations, these rules reportedly range from overtime pay for white-llar worrs to requiring foodmakers to disclose the added sugar on flavored milk cartons. and targeting corporate taxes d influence new rules on brokers. nicolele: the end of an era as america crowns its final winner and says farewell to americica. >> the winner o of american ido season 15 is -- threat harvin.
nicole: crazy for american idol. sports after one round, jordan spieth lead the masters shooting the only bogey free round at augusta. >> i can straighten things o ou with the iron playay, hopefullye will be in business it felt we stole a few. nicole: we have the leader board for you. checking stock market futures dow futures up 73, s&p up 10, nasdaq up 25, you are watching "fbn a.m.," your first look at breaking news. show me movies with romance.
nicole: a show the changed the landscape of reality television. after 15 seasons amecan idol is sayg goodbye. adam housley has finale highlights and a look at the sinking compitio that stted the tremendous careers of so many. >> reporter: american idol takes its final bow aer crowning its final idol ever during a two our epic star-studded finale. trend harvin became the last amican idol champ ever at the end of an epic event >> they wanted to go out with the bank and they have. >> reporter: out of 1 people who auditioned over the 15 years of best of ththe best performed in the finale, the diva the country stars. ♪
>> reporter: and the rockers. ♪ >> reporter: we heard from the show's biggest superstars. ♪ >> reporter: and several former winners joined in on a david bowiwie tribute. ♪ >> reporter: many former contestants say the show change their lives. >> a musical platform gives s ua chance toake music every day. >> we want to say thank yoto american idol. >> reporter: watching it end is bittersweet. >> like a community that brought people together. >> reporter: tonight is an emotional goodbye but the show's creator and many formal idols believe it could be back. in a bit different format.
nicole: that was adam housley. now let's look at the latest from the world of sports. the masters got underway and jordan spieth defended his title. here are the leadeders of the reader board, under windy conditions at augusta national, the only bogey free round, avoided a bogey with a 15 foot cut on the 16th hole and dirty on the final hole, spieth shut 6 under 66 for a two shot lead, jason bay dropped five shots and had to settle for 72. rory mcelrlroy pulled within tw shots and made two bogeys s ove the last three holes. the golden state warriors still on track to break the gold record for most wins in the season, steph curry sced 27 as the warriors became the second team to win 70 games in a season, and break the season
record o72 wins by sweeping the final three games. the masters is over for ernie els. he lined up a two foot putt on the first hole, unbelievably tough attempt to get the ball in the hole, quite agonizing to watch and resulted in a quintuple bogey, tween 9 on the whole, went on to shoot eight under 480. he later said it is unexplainable. nicole: the campaign in new york focuses on new york values as tensions rise between hillary clinton and bernie sanders. >> people might wonder about your qualifications when you supported virtually every trade agreement. >> a silly thing to y but i trust the voters of new york. >> reporter: peter barnes interview with john williams makes headlines. we will tell you about his latest forecast for interestst rates and the economy.
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nicole: candidates ready to rumble in the new york jungle is republicans argue about new york values. good morning, i am lauren simonetti. nicole: i am nicole pedallides. bill clinton faces off with black lives matter defending his wife as temperatures rise in the rhetoric between hillary clinton and bernie sanders. we have the latest developnt. lauren: the dow tumbled 174 points but it is gaining back those losses, dow futures looking good ahead of "the opening bell" hopefully ending on a positive note, n nasdaq
futures by 21. nico: all lies on japanese currency, the yen pulled back a little bit, japan's nikkei managed have a% gain, , in chin the shanghaiomposite fell 3/4 of 1%. lauren: the german economy, oil is up 3.4%, $38.51 a barrel. nicole: a foxbusiness exclusive with john williams that is making headlines, looking for two more interest rate hikes. we have that exclusive story. lauren: lower sales at the republic and old navy. nicole: jordan spieth leads the masters golf tournament after the first day. we have all the highlights and the leaderboard for you as well. lauren: it is april 8th. hope you have a good weekend planned ahead.
welcome to "fbn a.m.," the latest breaking news and what to expect. nicole: an i intense battle for new york aheadf the state's primary, april 19th. ny polls find d donald trump has a big lead in his home state as ted cruz is struggling. ted cruz has drawn anger in the empire state for h new york values comments. blake berman has the latest. >> reporter: new york values front and center in the battle for the new york primary. in his first campaign stop in new york wednesday night donald trump blasted ted cruz for comments he made in the lead up to the iowa caucuses about, quote, new york values. trump followed that up thursday releasing thisunderstands the values in new york state focus around money and the media. >> i saw something no place in america could have handled more beautifully or humanely than new
york. >> reporter: ted cruz has not backed off of the comments. he campaigned outside albany and labeled donald trump a new york liberal. >> our friends in the media tell us donald trump is unstoppable in new york state. oddly enough our friends in the media are very comfortable with a new york liberal who has supported andrew cuomo and hillary clinton and chuck schumer for decades. >> reporter: rudy giuliani told the new york post he will vote for donald trump. he said ted cruz's new yk values commentas part of the reason why, quote, i know he was attacking liberal democratic values. he went on to say there was a better way to say it. lalauren: ohio g governor john
kasich releasing this new ad attacking ted cruz andnd hillar clinton. guess who is not mentioned in the ad? donald trump not mentioned. nicole: on the democratic side the race is getting more negative. hillary clinton and bernie sanders clashing over who is qualified to be president. campaigning in philadelphia bernie sanders hit the secretary of state pretty hard. >> iraq, the most disastrous foreign policy blunder in the modern history of america. people might wonder about your qualificications when you agrer to virtually every trade agreement. nicole: hillary clinton firing back at the vermont senator. >> kind of a silly thing to say but i am going to trust the voters of new york who know me and have voted for me three times, twice for senate, once in the presidential primary. i don't know why he is saying that but i will take bernie sanders over donald trump or ted
cruz anytime. nicole: clinton will campaign in buffalo, new york, sanders meets voters in brooklyn, his hometown. lauren: bill clinton in a heated exchange with black lives matter protesters while campanining for his wife in philadelphia. the protesters claiming the 1990 for criminal justice reform bill that he signed into law as president hurt africacan-americans. and also hillary clinton's 1994 commenents. she defended the bill by calling young people in gangs superpredators. here is the former esident's response. >> i don't knohow you would characterize the gang leaders who got 13-year-old kids pumped up on crack and d sent them int the streets to murder other african-american children. maybe you thought they were good citizens. she didn't. she didn't. you are defending the people who kill the lives you say matter.
tell the truth. nicole: the law increase sentences for gang-related offenses the former president saying it led to a decrease in gun violence. lauren: new developed in the brusselserror investigation, belgian authorities have released new pictures of the suspect known as the man in a hat seen at the brussels airport with two suicide bombers before they died in the attack that killed 32 2 people. he is seen leaving the airport on foot walking to a nearby town and into brussels. prosecutors are asking for help from anyone who knows anything about him. in germany pice arrested two men, and iraqi and a n nigerian and linked to isis and planning an attack, no evidence of a concrete threat has been foun state tv in syria reporting isis has kidnapped 300 workers at a cement company in syria. lauren: an exclusive interview with peter barnes, john williams saying the us
economy could be ready for higher rates. >> i am optimistic about achieving our goals of maximum employment. we are very close or at the goal. inflation is the one thing we need more progress on. my own view is with a solid improvent it is appropriate to gradually raise interest rates over the next few years and get to more normal levels. lauren: the fed kept rates on hold at its january and march meetings. the next fed meeting is scheduled for later this month. lauren: in aa, the nikkei and japan up half mac%, tto for the hang seng and hong kong but the shanghaiai in china down 0., the cosby in south korea down fractionally. laen: stock tire all day, good news in germany that was favorable off of the highs of have met% and the for the higher, the cac quarante in
france the same. nicole: tough week for us investors seeking safe havens but loing like it will be a good friday morning, dow futures indicator 72 point pop, s&p by 10 points. nicole: we have not had the correlation between oil and stks lately but 3855, will that bring the market up today? gold up. lauren: gas reporting another drop in sales, the retailer shares stumbling 9% in extended trading, same-store sales fell 6% in march, worse than expected, sales declined at old navy and gap s stores, the 12 straight monthly decline in sales. it is entering april with more inventory than expected and that squeeze profits. nicole: uber reached a settlement with retailers agreeing to pay $25 million to end at 2014 lawsuit over
background checks. san n francisco and los angele accused uber of misleading the consumers about the strength of those background checks and prosecutors allege the company misled customers into believing it screened out drivers who committed offenses, it says it has already made many of the anges prosecutors wanted. lauren: some belt tightening at victoria avenue secret including changes that could affect the iconic catalog you probably get in the mail, the company says they are streamlining their organization through elimination of 200 corporate jobs also focusing on online shoppers and their teen bra called pink. the company says it plans a greater emphasis on loyalty progms and moving away from traditional catalogs. i know you like toook through them. some of them will be discontinuedut right but we don't know yet which oneses. shifng in the housing market,
new research shows the vacancy rate was at 4% in the first three months of the year that was up from a recent low of 2% in the second quarter of lt year. average rent was up 4% in the first quarter compared to 5% in the first quarter last year. the demand for new apartment in the first quarter was half its usual level. one reason for falling demanis developers are building more artment buildings. lauren: the sure to watch th second part of john stossel a libertarian presidential forum tonight. joining him the former new meco governor gary johnson, tech entrepreneur john mcafee and austin peterson. one topic up for discussion, the job market. >> what would you do to create jobs? >> i didn't create a single job.
government doesn't create job,b the prate sector does. government can create a level playing field and i think i i contributed to that. lauren: that is the seco part of the libertarian presidential forum tonight at 9:00 eastern on foxbusiness. nicole: let's look at headlines in today's edition of the wall street journal. the 711 ceo resigned, the development is a milestone for the growowing activist shareholr movement in japan. ceo pay shrank the most since the finanancial crisis, compensation for bosses fell to $10.8 million from $11.2 million. valiant stepping back from the abyss, the troubled company has some breathing room after reaching an agreement to amend terms with i its loans. lauren: president obama cozies up for the hollywood elite lookining for cash to pay for a democratic congress. we havthat story. day 2 of the masters golf
nicole: it is 5:45, let's get t yocaught up on what is happening now. presidential candidates continue their frantic campaigning in new york is april 19th primary gets closer. polls show donald trump leading his rival, ted cruz says he is standing by his criticism of new york values. hillary clinton and bernie sanders continue their heated back and forth, former president bill clinton had a heated exchange with black lives matter protester that hillary clinton campaign event in philadelphia. the federal reserve president john williams tells peter barnes
this was an exclusive interview, the us economy could soon be ready for higher rates. let's check us stock market futures after stocks fell l yesterday, we are down for the week, dow futures showing up arrows up 84, s&p up 11.5, sdaq up 27. that is happening now.w. laurenpresident obama was the star attraction at a hollywood fufundraiser where he aimed to raise money for democrats hoping to win back the house and senate. jeff flock has the details. jeff: president obama spending the night on the west coast after a big fundraiser in hollywood last night, democratic senatorial campaign committee. in attendance at that one barbra streisand and her husband james brolin and jj abrams, director of star wars and alan horn, that one was a $15,000 ticket dinner. if you wanted to cohost that
dinner, it costs $33,000. if you want to vip reception, $66,000 plus. to raise money to elect democrats to the senate, if donald trump is the nominee in the fall for president, not only does he lose in n a landslide b it will translate down ballot, latest polls showing dond trump in a head to head contest with hillary clinton losing by 11 points, down by 18. if bernie sanders is e nominee, polls say sanders would win by 16 points over donald trump, one paul has senator sanders leading by 24 points. a lot of people think that would translate to senate races and the republicans are defending 24 seats this fall. that means they potentially could take back the senate. that is news from chicago where the president made a brief stopover before his trip to hollywood. nicole: thank you so much.
lauren: after one round jordan spieth lead the masters shooting the only bogey free round on a windy day in augusta. >> i can straighten things out with theron play. hopefully we will be in business but i am pleased with that round today. we stole a few. nicole: we will have all t the leaders on the leaderboard. fast and furious, the burglars who fled the cops in a convertible, doing donuts and posing for selfys. and let's check us stock futures, the dow is down, the s&p down, right now we have up arrows, dow futures up 84, you are watching "fbn a.m.," your first look at morning markets and breaking news.
nicole: let's look at the latest from the world of sports, masters getting underway yesterday, jordan spieth got off to a great start defending his title. shanane wery under winter conditions, only bogey free round by making a 15 foot putt on the 16th hole and a birdie on ththe final hole. 666 were two shot lead, jason day dropped five shots and had to settle for 72. rory mcelroy pulled within two shotots of the lead until he ma two okies.
mark tiexiera helped the new york yankees 8-5 yesterday. 2 out of 3 for the astros. he kept his start with a solo home run and a single off-the-wall. look at that. he is 7 for 12 with eight runs batted in. nicole: john kasich was campaigning in the bronx but his mind may have been in augusta. he is an avid golfer and told connell mcshane he has fond memories of playing at augusta. >> i played at augusta years ago and i found out when i first got there that the caddies bet on you. i forgot about it until i got to e 18-hole, i said to the caddy a seven iron, yohave to get a 6 iron and we were arguing, he
is betting on me, i got a 6 iron and knocked it in the holele fo two with the first two recorded in augusta in 50 years. should be really shocked. lauren: he is such a great golfer. the golf channel, sometimes. nicole: snow my hea your weekend in the northeast. what is going on? maria molina hereith the details. maria: good to see you, i hope you will have a great friday, end to the work week, we are tracking storms, brought heavy rain yesterday aoss the northeast and severe weather across the mid-atlantic. colder temperatures, some snow to thereat lakes out there but as we head into this weekekend,
swinging through the great les and across the mid-atlantic and it will bring in accumulating snowfall, three to six inches of snow possible in some areas, blue shading, a little uncertain in tms of the exact track and where this snow is setting up over the weekend but tracking the storm system, temperatures behind the front mh colder, only in the 30s from cleveland to minneapolis. nicole: have a great weekend. raging bull, the wild west on a texas highway, a trailer, it is all caught on tape. you can see that go out of its trailer and take off towards traffic, and trampled six people, the highway d to be shut down when police worked to corral, he doesn't know where to go. lauren: in texas a bizarre show,
a couple burglary suspects eating d donuts on rain slicks roads as police chase them for two hours, they were weaving dangerously through traffic only to stop at a south la neighborhood. and it is on live tv, and even snapped selfys with them. that is one crazy story. lauren: i love doing donuts. rundown global market action before handing it over to "mornings with maria," stay with us. what does it look like? is it becoming a better professor by being a more adventurous student? is it one day giving your daughte the opportunity she deserves?
you know you told me you wanted mustard. get outta here! time's up! back of the line! hey. excuse me. what! great sandwich. thanks. ♪you didn't have to be so nice♪ get outta herere. ♪i would have liked you anywayay♪ lauren: dow futures, we are done 1.5% this week but we have up arrows, you can see dow futures up 82, s&p futures up 11 and the nasdaq up 27. we have seen up arrows in europe and mixed bag in asia. crude gaining $1 and $.30, a volatile week but up 3.5% anand with gold down just over $2. we turn it over for the next several hoururs to "mornings wi maria". the currency, the yen has been the story, strength in the yen,
going back today. now it is time for "mornings with maria". good morning to you. maria: happy friday, i am maria bartiroma, it is friday, april 8th, top stories at 6 am on the east coast, donald trump shaking up his campaign preparing for the possibility of a contested convention. teted cruz and john kasich goin on the offensiveve taking on trump's new york values. the war of words escalating on the democratic side of the race, bernie sanders and hillary clinton going back and f forth over their qualifications for the white house but former president bill clinton making headlines yesterday after a heated exchange with black lives matter protesters. >> you are defending the people who kill the lives you say matt. tell the truth. maria: the grouprotesting the criminal justice reform bill and a statement hillary clinton made in t 1990s when she referred to young kids in gan as, quote, superpredators was aild