lauren: breaking news this morning. house speaker paul francis count me out of any presidential campaign. donald trump repeats the system is rigged in tankers all because the campaign in new york. good morning to you. thank you for joining us. i am lauren simonetti. nicole: good morning. i am nicole petallides. 40,000 verizon workers consent to walk off the job in an hour from now. peabody energy, the largest privately held coal company filed for bankruptcy. lauren: a big surge in oil prices after the -- a 164 points yesterday.
another rally on her hands. dow futures gain 77 monastic features gaining 29 points. nicole: asia, japan's nikkei at 2.8%. and china shanghai composite composite up 1.4%. lauren: after shooting up another 4.5%, oil prices are down one and three quarters% today, $41.43 a barrel. nicole: jamie dimon and jpmorgan are in focus as the bank releases the latest profit amid the turbulent quarter of trading. we'll tell you what to expect. lauren: will also have the sports highlights including ads sports highlights including ads on nba players jerseys. how much money will separate in. nicole: 5:01 a.m. right here in new york. welcome to "fbn:am" can be a first look at what is that in today's markets, the latest breaking news and what to expect a day ahead.
lauren: cable workers walking off the job nearly 40,000 verizon employees included in dollars and repairman and nine eastern states as well as washington d.c. plan to begin a strike at 6:00 a.m. this morning. there has been little progress in negotiations since their contract expired eight months ago. the strike is expected to affect verizon's wireline business which provides internet services. verizon has trained thousands of nonunion workers to fill in for those employees to keep business as usual is best they can. train to the war on call -- peabody energy taken this step following a sharp fall and increased regulation from the obama administration that left it unable to pay for recent expansion in a stray pit the company with assets and liabilities in the range of $10 million to $50 billion
following stricter environmental controls and an abundant supply of gas that pushed big vendors including the second-largest coal producer into bankruptcy protection over the past year. lauren: house speaker paul ryan berlin on the 2016 white house run. let's listen. >> let me be clear. i do not want, nor will i accept the nomination for our party. let me speak directly to the delegates on this. if no candidate has a majority of the first ballot, i believe you should only choose from it person who is actually participated in the primary. count me out. lauren: there is speculation the gop establishment wants a last-minute candidate if there is a contested convention in july. the 2012 republican vice presidential nominee became house speaker last october. nicole: senator ted cruz can think is facing tough fight for
new york and other east coast cities. donald trump is very popular in the region and cruz is now heavily focusing on the west, including california which has 172 delegates. trent continues to lash out at a gop delegate system. peter barnes has the latest from rome, new york. reporter: in a rally in new york yesterday, donald trump continued to rage against the republican delegate election process. not the primary or caucus, but the actual picking and naming of delicate themselves in seven states with the strong organizational skills, ted cruz has been dominated in the process. >> as millions of votes but also hundreds of delegates more. that is not the same thing to me. the vote is within the account. [cheers and applause] you look at some of the systems were the people that device than
an decide to to do with ron paul. it had to do with keeping people out. these are dirty trickster spirit i will tell you what. the rnc, the republican national committee should be ashamed of themselves for allowing this kind of to happen. reporter: this is all important because in some cases he wants to get his people, his supporters appointed as delegates to the republican convention in cleveland, even if they are required to vote for donald trump on the first ballot. the strategy would be if trump has to get the nomination on the first ballot that cruz would have his people in place to win the nomination on a second or later ballot. back to you in new york. nicole: thank you peter barnes. mark your special coverage for primary tuesday, april 19th at
7:00 p.m. eastern time on the fox business network. lauren: let's turn it over to the democratic side pitch of the clinton and bernie sanders targeting female voters had adam shapiro brings us the details. >> good morning. hillary clinton and bernie sanders are trying to generate not only support their cash. the latest "wall street journal" shows clinton maintains a 14-point lead over cinders among your democrats. 55% favored clinton over the 41% who favor sanders. clinton spent to save plain to her face, women, taking on the pay gap between men and women in a campaign event to highlight the disparity. she then flew to florida for a fundraiser. sanders hit his face, too. college students brawling in syracuse and rochester on the same issue, pay inequality. >> the campaign is listening to
women. women are telling me they are sick and tired of going to work and finding out they are making 79 cents on the dollar compared to men. trim it printed and sanders to be in new york city. clinton new york city. quintanilla. al sharpton national love work annual convention. sanders in the afternoon will hold a rally at washington square park with celebrity site tim robbins and spike lee. back to you, lauren and nicole. lauren: m. shapiro, thank you. nicole: expectations are low because all the market turmoil in the first quarter. global growth fears and a slump in commodity prices as well. earnings and revenue are expected to fall. to post profit of $1.26 and share and revenue of $23.4 billion. among the things to watch prison break expected to increase reserves for potential energy
losses. trading revenue expected to fall 17% from one year ago. lauren: some of the country's biggest banks could see living wills or plans to wind down operations without the help of public money should another crisis occur. those plans rejected by regulators as soon as this week at "the wall street journal" reporting half of the eight u.s. banks considered systemically important are expected to hear plans are flawed. the banks include jpmorgan chase bank of new york mellon state street and bank of america. the living wills were required under rules the top didn't after the financial crisis aimed at preventing another bank bailout. let's say you cut up on the action overnight. the first start in a nation at the shanghai composite index up 1.4% in china. better exports for the month of march of 18% from last march. it's a little clouded, but the overall is good news. japan's nikkei to .84% and hong
kong hang seng at 3% increase cost me half of 1%. lauren: sets of open to the outside. nice skin cemented up 1.4%. the cac in paris that 2.25% and the dax up 2.2%. nicole: dow futures up 84. s&p futures up about futures up as batman and the nasdaq is the best of the bunch of 32.1 that represents a gain of three quarters of 1%. lauren: stocks are up at oil is going back today. $41.58 a barrel. the 4.5% surge yesterday. the highest level for crude since november. the reason that reports a production category free second meeting this weekend. train to take a look at the key currencies today. the dollar is strong because the euro, pound, japanese yen on weaker against the greenback.
transfer the treasures standing up 1.78% this morning. nicole: more problems for value pharmaceuticals. one of the largest bondholders as college fought because of the drugmaker's failure to file it in a report this year. "the wall street journal" said center bridge partners sent a notice of default. it remains on schedule to file the report by april 29th. valiant chase and 88% from august. largely in reaction to its pricing of drugs. lauren: kyl passes to migrate to recession it on the upcoming show, maria bartiromo asset founder about the chance of recession. >> asia has a giant credit bubble they have been building the last 10 years or longer that this kind of reached its catastrophe level and it is going to happen over the next two or three years. whether that causes the u.s. to have a brief, minor recession,
it is 40%, 50% chance in the next year personally. lauren: bass has been credited with predicting the subprime crisis and to designate before destroying the financial system. you can see him on wall street week friday 8:00 p.m. eastern time. nicole: here's a look at talks to watch in today's trading. shares of starbucks sell more than 2% yesterday. deutsche bank downgraded to hold from buy as the coffee chain launched its new loyalty program. the program making many reports customers angry because there were issues in u.k. rewards based on how much money you spend. csx rising nearly 2%. the railroad company's first-quarter earnings would expect patience of the revenue fell from a year ago. juniper networks tumbled more than 7% after the network maker projected lower than expected orderly profit and revenue.
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nicole: it is 5:15 a.m. here in new york let's get you caught up on what's happening now. paul ryan wants to put an end to any speculation he would accept his party's nomination if there is a contested convention in july. in ryan's words, count me out. to verizon unions representing 40,000 landline and cable workers say they are ready to strike this morning because they don't have a new contract. the members of two unions on the east coast. the world's largest coal miner is a big time of the war and cold. peabody energys filed for
bankruptcy because of a sharp drop in prices in an priest regulation. let's check that u.s. stock market futures after a surge in stocks. dow futures up on a two this morning. s&p futures up 12. nasdaq up 37. that is what is happening now. lauren: thank you, nicole. as you drive around come you might notice more and more homes have more homes have the things on the roof from the solar panels did the industry may be in trouble as they are headed for bankruptcy despite help from the u.s. government. gerri willis is here with the details. >> despite generous tax credits, the solar panel industry is struggling. case in point, company stock has taken a dive in the debt has grown to $11 billion in the securities exchange commission has launched a probe into the public disclosures of financial results. talk of bankruptcy is spoiling the company. troubles are felt throughout the site. solar city in time and have seen
price are struggling as players grew too much too fast. revenue growth rates spiked even as the losses mounted. an extension of the federal government tax credit which pay 30% of the cost of installation to the year 2022 has failed to turn around the industry's fortune. they may be more trouble ahead. china continues to expand production of solar panels and that may swamp the markets with more products, further hurting u.s. players. lauren and nicole, back to you. lauren: gerri willis, thank you. nicole: breaking news from the world of superheroes. >> he has the power to break out the entire human race. we have to take it as an absolute certainty. nicole: ben affleck with double duty as the actor and the star in the next batman movie. the latest story for you plus team owners may be set to
approve@nba player jerseys. we will take a look at that. check-in at u.s. stock market futures after stocks surge yesterday. dow futures up 98. half of 1%. s&p up 12. the nasdaq up 35 points, more than three quarters of 1%. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning market in breaking news. ♪
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there wouldn't be a thing we could do to stop it. nicole: batman taking his talents behind the camera. not only starred in a batman film, but also he will be directed will be directing it. the news was confirmed by warner bros. ceo who also confirmed that no-space to the year 2020. burt batman fits in the timeline. the superman has made almost $800 million worldwide despite a thrashing from the critics. nicole: you might see at this nba players already ready. this year's all-star game featured a small key logo on the shoulder. the deeply jerseys have ads on them. espn says the nba owners are expected to approve@jerseys for
the 2017-2018 season. teams would keep half of their revenue and the other half would go into a revenue-sharing pool for all of the teams. nicole: let's look at the latest in the world of sports that the baltimore orioles 9-5 last night to win seven straight games to begin the season. jj hardy had a pair of two-run home runs and mark trumbo added another. the orioles are the only remaining undefeated team. this is the best start since moving to baltimore in the year 1954. san antonio spurs had rallied oklahoma city founder wanted to-98 in overtime last night. leonard has 26-point. the first finished -- the spurs finished matching an nba record. the celtics at the same record and 85-86. the spurs wrap up the season at dallas tonight.
miami marlins edged the new york mets last night in a dual. no ascender guard struck out 12. he left with the score tied at one after seven innings. josé fernandez recovered from a shaky start and what i've innings but the decisive rally with a single on the 16th pitch at his out bad and that was the longest major league appearance in nearly two years. tonight is the big night in the nba. kobe bryant plays his last game and the warriors need to win their last game to break the bowls all-time win record. the seats in the front row co. for about $30,000. lauren: unbelievable. cbs intern about march madness so much so they have an eight-year extension of the current yield for the men's basketbalbasketbal l tourney. the extension is worth $8.8 billion goes until the year 2032. the announcement says cbs sports
will provide live coverage of all games on many platforms they choose including anything created during the life of the agreement. the original deal was for 14 years and $11 that went through the year 2024. nicole: before you head before you had the director may or look at the wednesday morni forecast. maria molina no-space going on. >> at morning past several different areas across the nation. decode fight yesterday now some dry air in cooler conditions across the great lakes. assist in bringing in some light snow across parts of wisconsin and into michigan. across parts of the gold coast this because in the showers and storms that have been around in the forecast continue out here as much as six inches of rainfall. that will be bringing in concerns for localized flash flooding. i mention temperatures are much cooler across the eastern u.s. look at numbers right now only
in the 50s in atlanta, 40s and rally in new york city. meanwhile across parts of the midwest, temperatures this morning all in the 30s. quite chilly. this afternoon temperatures will be springlike ranging from the upper 50s in new york city to 60s across the southeast and warm temperatures across the plains which in seven days. let's head over to you. nicole: maria molina, thank you very much. lauren: coming up, house speaker paul ryan said thanks, but no thanks. >> i do not want or will accept the nomination for our party. lauren: pretty clear about that. union workers set to walk off their jobs for half an hour from now. we will tell you how it will affect verizon customers. check it in stock market futures. dow futures up half of 1%. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning market and breaking news.
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punched. nobody's ever tried to help me. nicole: breaking news this morning. paul ryan says count me out of any presidential campaign. donald trump repeats the delegate system is rigged. good morning. i am nicole petallides. the latest on the campaign trail. lauren: i have lauren simonetti. 40,000 verizon workers set to lock up the job in less than an hour from now. peabody energy the largest local bankruptcy. nicole: big surge in oil prices after the dow shot up 164 points yesterday. let's check out u.s. stock market futures looking pretty good. half of 1%.
the s&p up more than 1%. the nasdaq up more than three quarters of 1%. japan's nikkei up 8%. after shooting up another 4.5% yesterday, and oil search the highest levels of the year. today: down one and a quarter of a percent. lauren: jamie dimon and jpmorgan and focus as the latest profit this morning amid a turbulent story. we'll tell you what to expect. lauren: look at a plan to put advertisements on the nba players jersey. how much money will that bring in? we will tell you. lauren: it is wednesday, april 13th. your first look at today's markets, the latest breaking news and what to expect that they had. he made it halfway through the week. nicole: verizon landline cable workers walking off the job. for thousand verizon employees
and putting installers and repairmen and nine eastern states and washington d.c. is well planned to begin a strike at 6:00 a.m. this morning. they say there's been little progress in negotiations since their contract expired a month ago. the strike is expected to affect the wireline business which has fixed line phone and internet services. verizon says has trained thousands of nonunion workers to fill in to those employees. >> a warm call has another casualty. the largest coal miner has filed for bankruptcy. peabody taking a sharp step and increased regulation from the obama administration left it unable to pay for recent expansion in australia. the company invested assets and liabilities nine to 10 billion to $50 billion. stricter environmental controls and an abundance of natural gas has pushed big miners and put in arch coal into bankruptcy protection the past year.
nicole: house speaker paul ryan will and not a potential 16 white house run. >> let me be clear. i do not want, nor will i accept the nomination for our party. i may speak directly to delegates on this. if no candidate has a majority in the first ballot, i believe you should only choose from a person who is actually participated in the primary. count me out. lauren: there has been speculation the gop establishment once to nominate speaker brien is a last-minute candidate if there is a contested convention in july. the 20 top republican vice presidential nominee became house speaker last october. nicole: senator ted cruz conceived his facing tough fights. many polls show donald trump is very popular in the region.
cruz is now heavily focusing out west instead of putting california debates 172 delegates. meanwhile, trump lashes out at the system and peter barnes has the latest from rome, new york for us. >> a rally in rome, new york yesterday. donald trump continued to rage against the republican delegate selection process. not the primary caucus process, but the actual picking the naming of delicate and seven states with the strong organizational skills ted cruz has been dominating the process. >> i have millions of votes more, but i also have hundreds of delegates more. but that's not the same thing to me. the boat is the thing you cannot. the vote. and you look at some of these systems were the people that divides them and this have to do with ron paul. it had to do to keep people out.
these are dirty tricksters. this is a dirty trick cannot tell you why. the rnc, the republican national committee should be ashamed of themselves for allowing this to happen. >> this is all-important for cruise because in some cases he wants to get his supporters appointed as delegates to the republican mention in cleveland, even if they were required to vote for donald trump on the first ballot. the strategy would be a trump fails to get the nomination on the first ballot that cruz would have his people in place to try to win the nomination on a second or later ballot. back to you in new york. lauren: peter burns, thank you. mark your calendar for the coverage of the primary tuesday, april 19th at 7:00 p.m. eastern here on the fox business network. nicole: hillary clinton and bernie sanders targeting female voters and equal payday. adam shapiro has the details.
>> good morning. hillary clinton and bernie sanders are trying to generate support the cash. the latest "wall street journal" shows clinton maintains a 14-point lead over sanders among new york democrats. 55% favored clinton over the 41% who favor sanders. clinton spent tuesday played to a base, women, taking them to pay gap between men and women at a campaign event to highlight the disparity. she then flew to florida for a fundraiser. sanders hit his base, too. college students rallied in syracuse and rochester on the same issue, pay inequality. >> the campaign is listening to women. women are telling me they are sick and tired of going to work and finding out they are making 79 cents on the dollar.
reporter: clinton and sanders will vote in new york city. quintanilla. al sharpton's national action network annual convention. sanders in the afternoon will hold a rally at washington square park with celebrities like tim robbins and spike lee. back to you, lauren and nicole. nicole: adam shapiro and then new york city newsroom. lauren: expectations are low because of market turmoil in the first quarter. global growth prices. earnings and revenue expected to fall for jpmorgan chase looking for a profit of $1.26 per share on revenue of $23.4 billion. among them is to watch, the bank expected to increase reserves for energy losses in trading revenue expected to fall 17% a year ago. nicole: more regulatory problems for the banking industry. the largest banks could see their living wills are plans to wind down operations without the help of public money should
another crisis occur. rejected by regulators as soon as this week at "the wall street journal" reports have said the eight us-backed systemically important are expected to hear their plans are flawed. the bank simply jpmorgan chase, anchored near cleland, state street, bank of america. the living wills were required after the financial crisis and that preventing another bank bailout. lauren: we will start in asia. as you can see here comes back then green. the nikkei in japan at 2.8%. look at the hang seng in hong kong. 3.2% gains 2% gain from the coffee and south korea added half a percent. trade to china had a great export numbered year over year in march but it is clouded because the comps are pretty easy. paris as well. oil helps everything over the last 24 hours.
the ftse up 1.5% in london. the cac in france at 2.5%. the german dax up 2.2% in germany. lauren: the ballot 164 points yesterday adding another 94 this morning looking at features. s&p futures higher by 12 points. not that teachers can her decide. train to a big surge in oil yesterday pulling back down 50% to 4163. gold done 13 bucks. lauren: kyl bass says its impact on the u.s. navy to a recession on the upcoming wall street week. maria bartiromo asked about the chance of recession. >> a credit bubble they've been building the last 10 years or longer has reached dispatchers available and it is going to happen the next two or three years. whether that causes the u.s. to have a brief, minor recession
night inc. is kind of 40%, 50% chance the next year personally. the subprime crisis before nearly destroyed the u.s. financial system. you can see him friday at 8:00 p.m. eastern time. >> more problems for one of the large bondholders has called a default because of the drugmaker's failure to file its annual report this year. centerburg partner sent a notice of default. 250 million invested in the bond. i have said they remain some scheduled to file the report by april 29th. largely in reaction to its pricing of drugs. >> textual changes were pulled widely. new rules from the treasury department will force firms to change their internal fighting strategy. the ceo fights to get much or
customers. the fashion brand focusing on stores in japan, especially a sales slump in china and the u.s. cinema come 2016. more tickets than any other age group last year. nicole: here's a look at docks we're watching right now. shares of starbucks fell more than 2% yesterday. deutsche bank downgraded on that stock as the coffee chain to launch a loyalty program in the program making many of its rewards customers and greek because there were issues in nuclear wars based on how much money you spend, not how many times you go to starbucks. the stock is really run-up. csx rising nearly 2%. the river come his first earnings match expectations although revenue fell year ago. then juniper networks tumbled
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lauren: 5:45 in the air. house speaker potter and months of financial speculation to accept his party's nomination if there is a contested convention. in lazarus, count me out. two verizon units representing 40,000 landline and cable workers say they are ready to strike this morning because they do not have a new contract. the workers are members of two units on the east coast. the world's largest coal miners a victim of the war and coal. p. party energy has five because of a sharp drop on prices and also increased regulation. chicken and that stock market
futures this would save money, dow futures added to yesterday's game tired by 11. nasdaq futures getting dirty three points this morning. nicole: everybody likes green arrows. the way people buy and sell homes is quickly changing thanks to the internet and traditional real estate agents in a race to just keep a good elysée acuna has all the details. >> consumers are saving tens of thousands of dollars. >> is a 24 to 48 hours. >> and denver come a flat fee of $2500 of no commission. ceo joshua hunt says the tech knowledge he allows them to simplify the process. >> how on earth do we justify that%? >> traditional real estate needs to change. he says 13 grand or not paying commission on its own.
>> they are still using the sales model and they have a pass on bidding for the tech illogical that evolution. >> more than 90% of consumers use the internet for home buying. they come on the market. sadsack redfin and calc free allow customers to do simple legwork themselves. >> the announcement of the demise of the real terrorists overestimated. we have over 1.1 million members across the united states. >> agents don't go into the field to work with buyers and sellers throughout the process. photographers go to the homes and quickly post details online. >> at the end of the day you've earned it. why on earth are you giving it away to the buyers agent who unlocked the door and drafted a contract. >> the driving force demand simplicity and thieving and make up the largest age group in homes right now. warren, nicole.
nicole: thank you very much. huber is handing over data to law enforcement and other regulators. they are calling it a transparency report that they had info requested non-trip request from a drop-off locations, gps coordinates have also received. nicole: coming up, breaking news from the world of superheroes. >> she has the power to wipe out the entire human race. if we believe there's a 1% chance they have to believe that with absolute certainty. nicole: ben affleck pulling double duty as star in the next batman movie. nba owners may be set to approve advertisement on nba player jerseys. we'll take a look at that. posted at u.s. stock market futures after the dow gained 150 futures up 86.
>> the daily plan is criticizing those who think they are paused en masse. >> considering a return ureter assays account under a tree you read it tough these editorial about an alien that they wanted to could run the whole place down. there wouldn't be a thing we could do to stop it. lauren: batman taken as tom's behind the camera. ben camera.
ben affleck will not only starred in a batman film produced and directed. the news was confirmed by ceo who also confirmed 10 movies through 2020 will come from the d.c. comics universe. no further explanation as to where batman fits in the timeline. affleck's first outing has made almost $800 million worldwide despite a thrashing from the critics. >> you may soon see advertisements on the jerseys of the nba players. in fact combat uniforms at this year's all-star game featured a small keeled logo on the left shoulder. wnba and nba of the jerseys or give advertisements in es pm says nba owners are expected to provide them the jerseys for the season 27 and 222 this week. teams that keep 50% of the money and the other 50% would go into revenue-sharing pool for all teams.
lauren: the baltimore orioles pounded the boston red sox 9-fire last night to win their seventh game to begin the season. jj hardy had a pair of two-run homer and said mark trumbo added another. the orioles are the only undefeated team in the majors. this is the best start since moving to baltimore in 1954. san antonio spurs had to leave oklahoma vendor. leonard had 26 points. the spurs finished 40 and one at home this season notching an nba record. boston celtics at the same record in 1985-1986. spurs wrap up the season tonight. yankees beat the toronto blue jays last night. jacoby ellsbury with the tie-breaking run in the seventh inning. tonight is the big night in an ba. mla, kobe bryant plays his last
game in the last game in the warriors need to win their last game to break the bowls all-time win record. nicole: cbs intern about march madness. you agree to an eight-year extension of their current deal with the ncaa for the men's basketball tourney. the extension with $8.8 billion goes to the year 2032. you're all set to watch that. the announcement that cbs sports and turner will provide live coverage of the games on any platforms they choose including anything created during the life of the agreement. the original deal was 14 years $11 billion through the years 2024. lauren: let's get a check every wednesday forecast. fox meteorologist or remotely know what this right now. reporter: you will need snow boots if you live across the great lakes and an umbrella across parts of the gulf coast. a lot of active weather.
the snow system across places like dan and michigan. across parts of the gulf coast commended that concern will be we are going to continue to see bands of showers and thunderstorms and potentially as much as six inches of rain. there is threat for local as flash flooding. we had a front push through the region yesterday bringing cooler temperatures. only 40 in new york city and only in the low 30s in cleveland. later this afternoon i will feel like spring for many areas including parts of the southeastern u.s. and also across western areas like denver where high temperature of 73 degrees is forecasted. over to you. lauren: thank you. have a good day. nicole: global market action before we hand it over to mornings at the rio. commodities are lower. the dow up 83, nasdaq up 43. you are watching "fbn:am." stay with us.
maria: high come everybody. good morning. it is wednesday, april 1813. the rnc over the nomination process. ted cruz colin not tmp for his lack of organization. >> the republican national committee should be ashamed of themselves for allowing this kind of to happen. >> donald needs to stop threatening the voters. he needs to stop threatening delegates. he is not a monster. >> all of this is house speaker is house speaker is house speaker palmer and try shutting down any speculation he could be a unity choice for the republican party. plus the latest polls with god. the white house could declassify secret 9/11 report. somewhat the document could reveal links between attackers and saudi arabia. the developments in the nfl player will smith with a loaded handgun in his car. details coming up. 40,000 veriz