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lauren: no deal after months of speculation after opec production freeze. leaders fail to reach an agreement. the new sending global stock prices stumble. oil coming back a bit after comments of russia's prime minister after a deal could happen. good morning, i'm lauren simonetti. nicole: i good too excited. good morning, i'm nicole petallides. checking on u.s. stock market futures, right now dow futures down 43, s&p futures down 5. lauren: lower oil prices as well as manufacturing prices.
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japan's nikkei average sinking 3.4%. china's shanghai sliding. nicole: donald trump expected to be the big winner, but ted cruz takes all 14 delegates in wyoming over the weekend. lauren: on the democratic side hillary clinton and bernie sanders argue about who plans to raise minimum wage will do to the economy. in sports, playoffs underway with both nba and nhl last night, we will tell you who came out on top including an overtime thriller right here in new york. nicole: 5:01 a.m. monday morning, april 18th, welcome to fbn:am, first look at morning markets, breaking news and what to expect for the day ahead. lauren: oil prices tumbling right now of yesterday's meeting
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collapsed without an agreement to freeze production. phil flynn joining us with the latest. phil, what messages did the producers send to the market, how low can prices go? phil: this is a disaster right now for the cartel, if they can't get their act together we can see $35 a barrel, lauren. this also created a lot of anger within the oil-producing countries specially russia. we heard some pointed comments from the russian oil minister earlier that you can't play my ran for this lack of agreement. it was saudi arabia that changed their mind at the last minute and wasted everybody's time, he didn't put it exactly that way, but that was a moment. i will say this, we are hearing comments overnight from the
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russian oil minister that says, listen, this isn't done yet, there's still a possibility for a deal. there's still going to be talking in the next couple of months. nicole: good morning, it's nicole. that's the question i had from you. we are hearing from the russian minister and nothing comes out of dohan this week. he's alluding to the fact that a freeze could occur, what's the time frame? what are we looking at? >> april or may, june 6th is the next opec meeting when we will seesawed saud -- saudi arabia and we have been seeing signs that prices have been imbalance. we have seen a lot of production disinstruction here in the united states. without a production freeze we
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could see the market imbalance, with the freeze it would happen a lot faster and prices a lot stronger. lauren: phil flynn, 35 can be a new level. nicole: one day before new york voters make the choice for the next president of the united states. according to real politics average republican front runner donald trump has a 20-point lead from his rival kasich. donald trump continued to criticize the process. >> i've sent less money than practically anybody and i'm in number one position by a lot. don't you want that for your president. nicole: as for the democrats hillary clinton and senator bernie sanders debating view on
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increasing minimum wage to 15 dloors an hour. >> i just have to under score i think their campaign is trying to make something where is there's nothing. the people that are behind 15 support me and not him. >> we need to raise the minimum wage to 15 bucks an hour, that is kind of the difference between the way we do politics. i'm trying to set a high bar. i'm trying to be a leader, let's go america, let's move in the direction we have to go. nicole: clinton has doubled-digit lead. tomorrow right here fox business network. lauren: senator ted cruz won all 14 delegates up for grab at the wyoming gop convention, it's enough for the texas senator to declare victory.
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cruz calling for unity at a campaign in casper over the weekend. >> we come together and unit, we will win the nomination, if we come and unit we will beat the general election, we will beat hillary clinton and we will turn this country around, we will get the federal government off of our backseat and we will bring freedom and opportunity for every american. lauren: cruz's campaign has been lining up wyoming and was expected to do well there. third time in three weeks while ted cruz has maneuvered to collect all the delegates. he's gaining momentum. nicole: house of congress in brazil voted to impeach the president delma rosa. accused of false accounting and the impeachment goes to the senate.
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lauren: death toll in ecuador continued strive, many 2400 injured along the coast. aid is begin to go reach the area. the disaster will have a impact on opec nation's economy. it's a small country and dependent and has been hit by low oil prices. nicole: japan was rocked by two powerful earthquakes and at least 41 people were killed. landslides following saturday's quake blocked roads and destroyed bridges making it difficult to reach the area. nikkei stock index down more than 3%. toyota, sony, honda, they temporarily closed their factory.
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lauren: second time a u.s. ship has came too close to u.s. aircraft. this incident was not caught on tv like last tuesday. now officials say a russian fighter jet flew close on thursday, it came so close their williams were just 50 feet apart. the u.s. is not doing enough to prevent these incidents. >> you've got to create a deattorneys that will stop this kind of behavior, the deattorneys -- troops and airport on the ground making certain that putin know that eastern europe is hands off and if he moves on it, the united states and nato is going to respond. lauren: operating an international air space at no time crossed into russian territory.
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nicole: nikkei worst of the bunch. hong kong hang seng down 1% and south korea kospi down one quarter and 1%. lauren: the ftse in london is down ten points. the dax in germany is down 21 points. nicole: netflix, morgan stanley, flew of earnings, all the things that could affect the markets. the oil minister's meeting, right now dow futures down h 3, s&p futures down 5. lauren: all right, let's check oil prices after no big deal from russia, down 3%, they were down 6.8% earlier this morning. 39.13 is the quote. gold 12.37 an ounce.
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nicole: today only bids for yahoo and only potential buyers are left. reports say many of the big players decided not to leave bid after all. that leaves verizon, verizon bought aol last year and hopes to use it to federal government from video service and online advertising. lauren: there's this analyst that says apple plans to completely revarve the iphone 8, not this apple will replace the traditional aluminum case with all glass. that's apparently better for wireless charging and reception. apple reportedly plans a new cutting-inch display. if you're thinking to upgrading to i7 this year, maybe, you should wait till next. nicole: once again, all right, move onto earning season. shift shift to high-gear.
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we started off with morgan stanley expect today post a lower profit due to market's choppy start in the beginning of the year. disappointing results are expected from ibm when it reports after the closing bell today, analyst says he believes a large part of ibm business is being affected by the cloud which represents more than 40% of the overall business. earnings for netflix are expected to fall. while revenue is expect today rise. the streaming service is expecting concerns that it can continue to grew in u.s. subscribeer than last year. lauren: we will tell you why you need to keep an eye on california. >> in california cruz has a real chance to grab enough congressional districts to stop trump from getting the overall majority even if trump wins in
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california. lauren: a little more later it might actually feel more like summer than spring. fox meteorologist maria molina will have your monday forecast. you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news. it's 5:11 a.m. on the east coast. keep it here.
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nicole: good monday morning, it is 5:15 a.m. new york time. lets get you caught up on what's happening right now. price of oil taking hit after opec deciding not having production freeze. had been down over 6%. coming off the lows after comments from the russian minister. drop in oil prices has u.s. stock market futures under pressure as well. dow futures right now down 41. s&p down 5. welshing this is the last day before tomorrow's new york primary and donald trump expected to be the big winner but ted cruz won all 14 delegates in weigh -- wyoming
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over the weekend. we will see if that's enough to pass trump. lauren, that's the latest of what's happening right now. lauren: thank you so much. california can play role with 172 delegates up for grabs on june 7th, california could be the final decider as to whether gop will head to an uncontested convention. >> california ridged with delegates could play gop king maker for the first time. >> california is going to decide the republican nomination. [cheers and applause] >> that's why texas senator ted cruz spent crucial time in west coast 3,000 miles away from new
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york, next primary state in the map. the reason even after donald trump wins big in new york, it would nearly impossible to secure 337 delegates before june 7th, when californians head to the polls. expects a historic turnout. >> i think you will see even more a spike in turnout here because normally by the time californians get to vote, the nominations have already been decided. >> 13 of california 172 delegates go to the state wide winner, after that is head-to-head combat after battling three combats in each of the congressional districts regardless of how many few republicans actually live there. >> the most republican leaning districts count more than nancy pelosi's district in san
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francisco. >> cruz has enough to grab enough to stop trump even if trump wins statewide in california. >> independentses can vote on the gop that could play well for cruz but still has work to do, donald trump is up almost seven points in averages of polls. lauren, nicole. lauren: thank you. thousands of people register for the wrong party because system confusing wording. some might have mistakenly registered as the members of the american independent party instead of registering with no party affiliation. nicole: coming up wall street jungle book roars to the top box office. >> how do you know that? >> kid, i've got ears, my ears got ears.
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lauren: topped the box office with second-highest april opening ever. $103.6million. opened with 147.2 million. barbershop opened in second place. the boss came in third. another $10.1 million. batman versus superman $9 million. >> let's take a look at the latest from the world of sports n. the nhl playoffs irelanders came from 2.1 deficit to win overtime against the panthers. tied game three on late period but it was thomas with the first postseason goal in 12 minutes into the extra period to give new york 2-1 lead in the best of seven series. game four is in brooklyn wednesday night. and the nba playoffs clippers took down the blazers, blake
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griffin and jordan had double-doubles. clippers are now 6-0 since griffin's return two weeks ago and continues that trend on wednesday night. spurs took down memphis grizzlies in conference theory and lane adder lead the way for the spurs of 20 points, on the drri parker 17 and 15 points. san antonio outscored memphis in the third qairt and went ahead to rest starters in the fourth for games two and that will be on tuesday night. lauren: boston marathon is today and heavy security is in place with more than 5,000 police expected along with 26.5-mile route. three years after bombings rocked the finished line of the race, security remains enhanced.
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nicole: before you head out the door we will get monday forecast. nobody knows it better than fox meteorologist maria molina. maria: good morning. foothills picked 3 to 4 feet of snow. the storm system is on the move and bringing other concerns across parts of the plains which is ongoing in portions of eastern texas, some of the areas have picked up more than 6-inches of rain and the forecast for the rain to continue throughout the rain today. we are expecting additional possibly eight inches of rain in texas, the threat flash flooding will continue in place. risk of severe damage out here and even tornadoes in places like houston, also in corpus christy. heads up, have a way to get the weather warnings throughout the day. take a look at how warm it is to the east of the storm system,
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it's pulling in the very warm humid air mass farther off towards the north and temperatures climbing into the 80's anywhere from tampa, florida, to atlanta and even chicago, raeligh north carolina. the other part not so much dealing with the flooding. nicole: maria molina, thank you so much. lauren: to win new york delegates is on final stages as campaign reaches a fever pitch. donald trump taking aim at hillary clinton. >> the one person hillary clinton and bill do not want to run against this trump, believe me that, believe me. [cheers and applause] lauren: we will have the latest in the battle of new york. verdon is top bidder for yahoo, deadline is today. we will have the latest on the bidding for you. you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news. mom!
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side effects with pradaxa can include indigestion, stomach pain, upset or burning. ask your doctor about pradaxa. and its specific reversal treatment. nicole: breaking news this morning after months of speculation of an opec-production freeze, leaders gather in doha and fail to reach an agreement. news sending oil and global stock prices tumbling. right now this second we are seeing oil at 38.99, had been down 6%. good morning, i'm nicole petallides. lauren: good morning, i'm lauren simonetti. sinking oil prices pushing u.s. stock market futures lower. a third of 1%. we are seeing third percent decline for nasdaq as well. nicole: big earthquakes in japan hitting asia stocks, japan
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nikkei average hitting 3 and a half percent. shanghai composite index sliding 1.4%. lauren: final push for new york ahead of tomorrow's primary. ted cruz takes all 14 delegates in wyoming over the weekend. nicole: on the democratic side hillary clinton and bernie sanders fight over whose plan will do the least amount of damaging to the economy. lauren: verizon looks to be the front runner. to add yahoo to purchase earlier of aol. nicole: with the playoffs underway we will tell you who came out on top including an overtime thriller right here in new york. lauren: it's 5:31 right here on the east coast. it's monday april 18th, welcome to fbn:am, first look at morning markets, breaking news and what to expect for the day welcome for joining us.
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nicole: meeting of exporters collapsed without an agreement to freeze production. phil flynn senior market analysts, fox business contributor, expert on oil, all the oil ministers get together to potentially freeze oil put but iran doesn't show up so no deal, phil. phil: there is no deal. the russian oil minister says he can't blame iran, you can't blame for somebody not being there and the russians are blaming saudi arabia. listen with saudi arabia and russia that had the temporary deal in place, it was under that guide that the russian oil minister and the members from 18 or 19 other producing countries that showed up at this meeting and to walk away without an agreement is a big imbaa rasment. but it shows you how deeply the tensions between saudi arabia and iran are running right now because they can't get together
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on any type of an agreement and competition is really boiled over to the global market. lauren: you called this a cha raid earlier, phil, this is good word to describe back and forth of the countries, yes, we might have a deal, no, we don't have a deal. when does this deal? phil: i agree. look at opec and look at the damaging they are doing to the global market. the uncertainty, uncertainty that they play. they have put the interest above the global economy. they don't care it falls apart as long as they're making their money. this is another example where the selfishness of producers. nicole: russia is blaming saudi arabia but the truth of the matter had whieran -- iran maybe
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a deal had been reached phil, yes or no? phil: good point. it's possible. lauren: love having him on. one day before new york choice's their next president of the united states. donald trump has a 20-point lead over riffle john kasich. at a rally yesterday trump continued to criticize the way the republican party awards delegates which he says rely too much on the party bosses. >> ic we are going to make it without having to, you know, rely on the bosses. i've spent less money just about than practically anybody and i'm in number one position by a lot. don't you want that for your president? don't you want that. lauren: as for the democrats debating on increasing minimum
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wage to $15 an hour. >> i think their campaign is trying to make something where there is nothing. the people who are behind the fight for 15 support me and not him. >> i have said at the very beginning we need to raise the minimum wage to 15 bucks an hour and that is kind of the difference between the way we do politics. i'm trying to set a high bar. i'm trying to be a leader which is let's go america, let's move in the direction we have to go. lauren: clinton has a double-digit lead over sanders in new york. tune in for our very special coverage of new york primaries tomorrow at 7:00 p.m. eastern time right here on fox business. nicole: senator ted cruz won all 14 delegates up for grabs in wyoming gop convention on saturday and cruz calling for unity at campaign stop in casper over the weekend. >> we come together and unit, we will win the nomination, and if we come together and unit, we will win the general election,
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we will beat hillary clinton and we will turn this country around, we will get the federal government off of our backseat and we will bring freedom and opportunity for every american. nicole: cruz was expected to do well. lauren: lower house of congress voted late last night to impeach presidential dilma rosa. false accounting to manage the federal counting, the itch -- impeachment goes and vice president will take over. nicole: death toll in ecuador continues to rise. officials say at least 272 people are dead, more than 2500 injured along ecuador's coast.
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rescue to dig for survivors and disaster will likely have a big impact on the opec nation's economy, the small oil-dependent country has already been hurt by the lower oil prices. lauren: southern japan was rocked by two powerful earthquakes, at least 41 people were killed. sland slides following saturday's quakes, blocking roads, destroying bridges making it difficult to reach the area. nikkei was down more than 3% as investors weighed in. toyota, sony and honda all temporarily closing factories in the area. nicole: second time in a week a russian jet has come too close to a u.s. ship or aircraft. last tuesday jet bussed and now dangerously it was close on
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thursday over the baltic sea and it came to close that the wings were just 50 feet apart. fox military analysts say u.s. is not doing enough to prevent these incidents. >> you've got to create a detuirns -- deterrence that will stop this kind of behavior. we are not doing. it has to be in europe with aircraft on the ground making certain that putin knows that eastern europe is hands off and if he moves on it, the united states and nato are going to respond. nicole: the u.s. jet was operationing in air space and at no time crossed into russian territory. lauren: another showdown for president obama before the supreme court. the high court considers whether obama overstepped authority when he took unilateral action to allow millions of people in the country illegally from being deported.
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26 days by led texas to block 2014 immigration plan that decision could end up in a split since there's an empty seat. that would leave in place a 2015 lower court ruling that threw out the president's executive action. nicole: well, a drone apparently crashing into british airways flight at london airport. the plane's pilot report it had incident yesterday. the jet was landing from geneva, switzerland, if it actually if your turns out a drone, first incident, the plane was clear today leave for the next flight. anyone flying a drean near airport faces up to five years in prison. police have not made an arrest in this case. you're not allowed to fly a drone near the u.s. either. lauren: it's dangerous and the pilots are angry too.
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the nikkei in japan after those oath quakes down 3.4%. heaviest seller in the bunch, shanghai in china, and cosby giving up a quarter of 1%. nicole: we are seeing all down arrows, we are seeing the dax in germany and london ftse each down a quarter of 1%. there's france the cac quarante. lauren: right now dow futures 45. it might not be today for 18k, s&p down 5 points and nasdaq down 13 points. nicole: did so great last week. we are under pressure today. looking at oil right now, down 3%. had been down 6% following no deal where the oil ministers met. today we are seeing gold gain almost four bucks. lauren: today is the deadline
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for preliminary bid for yahoo. only a handful remains. many of the big players decided they weren't going to make a bid. that leaves verizon as one of the top companies expected to bid today. verizon bought aol last year and hopes to use it and yahoo to profit from video services as well as online advertising. nicole: earning season shifts into high gear with results with big names due today. morgan stanley expected to post a lower profit due to choppy start of the year. they can beat the lowered expectations, that'll be good news. that's what we saw last week. disappointing results expected from ibm after reports after closing bell. he believes a large part of ibm's business is being affected by the cloud which represents 40% of the overall business. revenue is expect today rise,
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the video-streaming services facing surgeons that it can contain u.s. subscriber base after blockbuster last year. lauren: but they are raising prices. all eyes on new york, but next we will tell you why you need to keep on eye california and politics. >> in california, cruz has a real chance to grab enough congressional districts to stop trump from getting the overall majority even if trump wins statewide in california. lauren: a little later, it might feel like summer than spring in parts of the northeast. keep it right here in fbn:am, first look in news and morning s it's intelligent enough to warn of danger
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lauren: good morning, welcome to fbn:am, it's 5:45 a.m. in new york. oil taking big impact. that's down just about 3%. that drop in oil prices has u.s. stock market futures lower, checking in on stock market futures ahead of the opening bell. dow is down 36-point, s&p four and a half, nasdaq giving about 10. last day before new york primary, donald trump expected to be a big winner here but ted cruz won all delegates in
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wyoming over the weekend. as new york primary hours away, hillary clinton and bernie sanders square off over who has the best plan to raise minimum wage hurting the economy the least, that's a look, nicole, at what's happening now. nicole: thank you, lauren. fox news will carr has all the details. california with delegates could play -- >> california is going to decide the republican nomination. [cheers and applause] >> that's why sex tensor ted cruz spent crucial time on the west coast this week. 3,000 miles away from new york, the next big primary state on the map. ♪ ♪ >> the reason even if donald trump wins big in new york, it'l to secure 1237 delegates before
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june 7 when californians head to the polls. with so much at stake dan, u.s. director of politics expects a historic turnout. >> i think you will see even more a spike in turnout here because normally by the time californians get to vote, the nominations have already been decided. >> on the gop side, 13 of californias 172 delegates go to statewide winner. after that it's hand-to-hand combat with candidates battling for delegates regardless of how many or how few republicans actually live there. >> so in other words, the most republican leading district in the state count to more than nancy pelosi's district in san francisco. >> in california cruz has a real chance to grab enough congressional districts to stop trump from getting the overall majority even if trump wins statewide in california. >> california is the close primary which closed
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independents can vote on the gop side that could play will for cruz, but still has work to do. donald trump is up almost 7 points in the latest clear averages in polls. nicole: thank you so much. california is having voter registration issues as thousands of people registered for the wrong party because of some confusing wording and some mistakenly registered as member of the american independent party instead of registering with no party affiliation. lauren: coming up, wallet disney the jungle book roars to the top of the box office. >> you're a man who wants to live in the jungle. >> how do you know that? >> i've got ears and my earses got ears. only i can protect you. lauren: with the layoffs underway in both nba and nhl, we will tell you who came out on top including an overtime thriller right here in new york. checking in on u.s. stock market
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>> come on, let's be on our way. >> but i'm helping baloo getting ready for hibernation. >> there's no hibernation in the jungle. >> not full hibernation but i nap a lot. nicole: tops the box office with highest opening ever.
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that is last year's furious 7. barbershop opened in second place. the boss came in third with another 10 million. i'm die to go see that one. top five batman versus superman, zootopia with 8.2 million. lauren: in nhl playoffs, 2 to nothing deficit. power play goal but it was thomas with first-season goal. 2-1 lead in the best of seven series. game four in block -- brooklyn. booming shot in second period. nashville would hang onto second
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win. first time they have taken a 2-0 lead. in nba play tawfs clippers took down the blazers 115-95. clippers are 6-0 since griffin's return and look to continue the trend on wednesday night. john kasich was in my town. boston marathon is today. heavy security is in place with more than 5,000 police expected along can 26.2-mile route. massachusetts state police say three years after bombings rocked that finished line of that race, security remains enhanced. officials increased it after the bombings killed 3 people and
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injured more than 260 in 2013. lauren: before you head out the door this morning, let's take a look at fox meteorologist maria molina, maria molina, snow in colorado, summer time temperatures in the ayes. maria: it's busy this morning anywhere from texas all the way to parts of kansas and even parts of nebraska. we are talking about a bullseye in terms of how much rain we are expecting. the other concern is severe weather. isolated tornadoes will be possible across southern parts of texas. severe risk and threat for florida and watches effect out there specially across eastern texas. temperatures for today as we head into this afternoon east of the storm system, they're going to be very warm.
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85-degrees for forecast high in raleigh, north carolina. so feeling very springlike out there with warm timents, behind the front a loot cooler. in rockies up to the 40's, denver and rapid city as well and 70's for you in kansas city and dallas. nicole: coming up we will run global market action before we hand it over the mornings with maria. dow futures down 37 and s&p down 5. you're watching fbn:am.
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nicole: let's take a u.s. stock market futures this moment. dow futures down 37 after 320-point gain last week. we are watching for morgan stanley for earnings. s&p down 5. turning ight right now over the commodities, oil down about 3%. had been down over 6% at the meeting, actually meant no deal. gold is gaining about 5 bucks. we are seeing money going into the yen today this after oil-producing nations the yield has gone down some. now, we turn it over to mornings with maria, we say good morning to you, maria bartiromo. maria: happy monday, everybody.
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it is monday april 18th. top stories right now. 6:00 a.m. on the east coast. final push for votes in new york. donald trump holding strong lead in the polls heading to primary tomorrow. trump fought back against the system. >> you're allowed essentially to pay off these people. you're allow today pay off these delegates and, again, we want to be smart, we want to be fair and it shouldn't be allowed, so they go out and they're wining and dining, you have no idea what's going on with those delegates. it's a crocked process. maria: on the democratic side both hillary clinton and bernie sanders holding events in new york city, two hitting all five in the weekend, hillary took on trump while on campaign trail. >> if i am the democratic nominee, what i'm concerned is how he goes after everybody else.

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