lauren: breaking news this morning. voters head to the states. indiana a battleground. good morning, i'm lauren simonetti. >> nicole: also close race for hillary clinton. confronted by angry coal miners about comments that she wanted to put coal miners and companies out of business. lauren: checking in right now on stock market futures, dow futures down 95 points, nasdaq futures down.
nicole: in asia, closed for holidays. lauren: after losing 2 and a half percent yesterday, 4.35 cents a barrel. down. nicole: another hitter for bank rups cri. expected to file bankruptcy amid losses. two of the world's richest men sat down with liz claman. nicole: nba playoffs, cleveland cavaliers win the series open e against hawks. we will have all the highlights for you. lauren: be sure will. look who is is back, nicole petallides, nice and tan. first look at what's moving in
today's market and what to expect on the day ahead. nicole: the outcome could help determine who will become the presidential nominee. front run e donald trump leads with half of the remaining to capture nomination on the fist ballot at the convention in july. senator ted cruz under pressure to win some of the state's 57gop delegateses. trump has 996 delegates while crews 565, kasich in third place with 153 delegates. trump appearing on hannidy last night, even politicians who hated him, now want to support him. they've been calling me specially over the last week because we had the win in new york, connecticut, maryland, we
had massive wins and everybody is calling me trying to get on and one in particular said horrible things. i said, how can you do that. he said no problem. you know, they're politicians, they can do that. >> what do you like about donald? >> the wall. >> okay. the wall. >> that's the main thing. >> immigration. >> hold on a second. do you know on the wall that donald told that he's not going to build a wall and deporting anyone. >> lying ted. >> more on the final day of campaigning for donald trump and ted cruz from our jeff flock. >> this was the scene at the last rally of the day for donald trump with the century in south
bend, indiana, going inside this rally trump with only two appearances in indiana on the last day of campaigning two big rallies, one in carmel just north of indianapolis and one in south tty significant antitrump group as well. maybe some kind of nasty signs across and a lot of people shouting with bull horns and the rest although fairly calm situation. most of the day, at least as the trump supporters go inside. you know, ted cruz spent the day with ten different stops along the campaign trail in indiana on the last day of campaigning donald trump with these two rallies, in terms of numbers significant for trump and that's what the poll say as well going into this that he has a pretty significant lead.
let's see how it turns out. lauren: thank you, be sure to watch fox business tonight for complete coverage and analysis of the primaries, it all starts at 6:00 p.m. eastern right here on fox buiz. nicole: but he promises to fight as hard as he can for every vote. estimated crowd of nearly 8,000 people turning out for rallying in indianapolis. >> the reason that this campaign is going to win it starts with doing something very unusual and contemporary american politics, we are telling the truth. [cheers and applause] nicole: indiana's democratic delegates are proportionally. clinton has more than 2100 delegates while sanders just over 1350.
lauren: hillary clinton paying attention to connecticut and west virginia. more, now from peter bans. >> on a campaign swing through kentucky and west virginia talked economic plan to help revitalizeed coal communities. >> i think we other a lot of people a lot. the demand for coal may be dropping, the demand for natural gas may be increasing, but that doesn't mean we should walk away from the people who have been at the core. >> not much recent polling in west virginia where 29 delegates will be up for grabs in the democratic next week. one in february shows sanders clobbering clinton thanks in
part for strong support of young voters once again. thank you in new york. lauren: peter barnes, thank you. head of mar irk e energy accused hillary clinton of changing her mind. >> she's a liar, she supports the obama clean power plan which will cost americans $3 billion in 48 states and increased electric rates. she is flip-flopping, she's lying because when she said she would put it us out of business, she was boosting and with a huge smile. lauren: pretty strong words. clinton would continue the destruction of jobs and the economy in america just as president obama has done. >> nicole: let's get you caught up in the global market action
overnight. lauren: flipping the board over the europe. downside in ftse in london down about 50 points. dax down 179 points, biggest decliner in the group. cac 63 points. nicole: more than a half of 1%. same with s&p 500, nasdaq down 32. lauren: checking in on commodities oil and gold for you, oil 44.27-barrel, gold up three bucks, almost 1300 a troy ounce. nicole: apple shares are down for eight days in a row, longest losing streak since 1998, if the stock is down today it would then be the longest losest streak since 19 1991.
iphone sales fell since 2003. apple shares are down 27% in the past year. lauren: it was amazing the market was up with apple being down. an order in missouri has ordered johnson&johnson $21 million. she had to undergo hiyteractomy. $72million to a family of a women who died of ovarian cancer. the verdict contradicts safety. the company says it will appeal this verdict. nicole: former pharmaceutical ceo is famous for hiking up the
price of live-saving drugs, scael irk is expected to appear in u.s. district court in brooklyn to face multiple charge frauds. he said this on mornings with maria that he is innocent. >> we made a statement that, you know, refutes the -- the charges, you know, obviously i think that innocent and not guilty and so forth, to called ponzie scheme and usually in schemes someone loses money. sr. shkreli charged from sief lg money to paying one debt to pay off companies. lauren: prepare to go file for bankrupty this week, plans to close more than 100 stores,
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♪you were my hopes when i couldn't speak♪ ♪because you loved me nicole: it is 5:15 a.m. in new york. indiana primary day today and donald trump is the lead and senator ted cruz desperately needs a win and vows to stay in the race no matter what. hillary clinton was confronted by angry coal miners who challenged her for saying she would put a lot of coal miners and coal companies out of business. and there are reports that teen retailers is preparing for bankruptcy protection, mounting
losses and falling sales to blame. dow futures right now down 95. s&p futures down 12. that's what's happening now, lauren. lauren: thanks, nicole. american apparel, now areropostle. this is what warren buffet predicted about the race for the white house. >> and looks to me like trump is going to get the nomination. bernie sanders is 3% or something like that. and attracted millions and millions of particular young people and i will give him credit for it. liz: would you if you were running the fed today tighten rates in june? >> i probably not. lauren: he's a hillary clinton supporter. future of driverless car.
>> technology won't be the limiting factor. you'll have to figure out the liability and we will have a few cities that will jump in in the next five to ten years and based on how that goes, it could catch on. we are still talking about decades before you get to big numbers. lauren: gates has driven actually in driverless car. nicole: fight broke out of politicians on monday over plans to immunity of persecution. some jumped over tables to join in this big brawl. several people were hurt in the fighting. a meeting last week on the same issue also broke out into violence. lauren: are we alone or not. scientists discover three earthlike planets and they could
have life and water. in nba playoffs cleveland cavaliers wins opening and oklahoma city thunder come off a big loss to tie series at one game a piece. we will have the highlights. checking u.s. stock market futures this morning. it looks like we are going to sell up at the open. down more than half of a percent. you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news. show me movies with romance.
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holiday. in china shanghai up 1.3% and kospi gained a half of a percent. hang seng was down 1.8%. lauren: in europe stocks, ftse is down and dax 179 points and cac is down 59. nicole: big loz, putting pressure on markets overall. u.s. stock market futures down 98 for the dow, s&p futures down 12. lauren: checking in on oil and gold, gold up 3, 12.98. nicole: strong comeback from atlanta hawks. lebron james scored 25 points. irving added 29.
game two is wednesday night. what a difference a game makes coming off a 32-point loss oklahoma city thunder beat san antonio spurs. russell westbrook had 29 points and ten assists, kevin durant added 28 points. tide one game a piece and game three is friday at oklahoma city. it is being called one of the greatest sporting achievements in english history. premier soccer title to become champions of england. just last summer 5,000 to 1 long shot to win the title. top two teams played giving 7-point lead. champion of english for the first time in its 132-year history. you see the video. certainly to make this grown men cry.
lauren: that looked amazing. nearby star could have life and water, a group of international say both sizes and temperatures are similar to earth and venus. the new planets were detected as they were blocking some some of the star's light. it's just 40 light years away from earth or 242 trillion-miles away. 100,000 light years that star is actually pretty close. nicole: extreme weather, strong storms creating mess. fox meteorologist maria molina has been tracking all of it very closely and she is here with us now to give us the very latest, good morning, maria. maria: hi, good morning, nicole and lauren, tracking messy weather across eastern u.s. the main concern is threat for heavy rain specially parts of
northeast, as you head out to work in the morning, extra time on the roadways, likely be dealing with delays, as we head in the afternoon and into tonight we are going to get to sunshine and strong storms in parts of mid atlantic, there's some concern for additional severe, large hail and even isolated tornadoes will be possible, then that threat as we head into tomorrow starts to shift into portions of florida. temperatures right now you could see portions of the plains, 40's and 50's out there. it's quite chilly this morning. as we head in the afternoon, temperatures will be heating up ahead of the front across southern u.s. feeling very much like spring this afternoon. temperatures into the 70's from dallas to kansas city and you'll be at 69-degrees in the city of minneapolis. let's head over to you ladies. nicole: thank you very much. lauren: thanks, maria. presidential candidates make a final push for indiana voters as
they head to the polls today. we will have the latest. hillary clinton campaigns in coal country and gets a chilly reflection. >> she is flip-flopping, she's lying because when she was she would put us out of business she said it and boasting and with a huge smile. lauren: bad news for apple ceo and apple share holdst, the stock down eight in a row. last time that happened they were sending candy-colored, s&p down 12, nasdaq futures 12 and a half, checking oil prices, they're down as well. the latest 44.41 a barrel. you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news.
nicole: breaking news this morning, voters head to the polls in less than an hour. indiana crucial battleground for donald trump and ted cruz. good morning, i'm nicole petallides. lauren: hello, good morning, i'm lauren simonetti. it's also a close race for bernie sanders and hillary clinton. clinton campaigning in coal country confronted by coal miners, angry about her comments that she we wanted to quote, put a lot of coal miners and coal companies out of business. nicole: after triple-digit rebound yesterday, we are checking u.s. stock market futures this morning, also lows to the morning, still with down arrows. dow futures down 90. s&p futures down 11. lauren: in asia trading in japan
closed for holidays, in china rising 1.8%. nicole: after losing 2 and a half percent yesterday, let's check out oil right now. 44.46 the barrel, down 32 cents right now. lauren: another retailer heading to bankruptcy. aeropostle heading to bankruptcy this week. nicole: two of the world east richest men sit down with liz claman to talk about everything from politics to the economy. warren buffet and bill gates. lauren: oklahoma city thunder tied their series with the san antonio spurs. we are going to have the highlights for you. nicole: get your coffee, it's 5:31 a.m. welcome to fbn:am, first look at morning markets, breaking news and what to expect for the day ahead. lauren: primary day.
voters head to polls today. the outcome could help determine who will become the republican nominee. donald trump needs half of the delegates to capture nomination of the first ballot of the convention in july. senator ted cruz under pressure to win 57gop delegates, he hopes a contested convention. here are the numbers for you, trump 996 delegates, cruz has 565, john kasich 153 delegates. trump on hannity last night said even politicians who hated him have now wanted to support him. >> they've been calling me specially over the last week because we had the big win in new york, the big win in pennsylvania and connecticut and all the other places, maryland, we had the massive wins, they were landslides and everybody is calling me wanting to get on. one in particular said horrible
things, donald, i want to endorse you, i want to change, how can you do that after what you said, he said, i have no problem. so, you know, they're politicians, they can do whatever they want. nicole: meanwhile the campaign stopped in indiana, cruz confronted a protestor who plans to vote for trump. >> what do you like about donald? >> everything. >> give me one. >> the wall. >> okay. the wall. >> immigration. >> hold on a sec, do you know on the wall that donald told new york times editorial bored that he will not deport anyone. >> lyin' ted. jeff: this was the scene at center in south bend, indiana, long lines of trump supporters
going inside the rally, trump with only two appearances in indiana on the last day of campaigning. two big rallies one in carmel, north of indianapolis and here in south bend. a pretty significant antitrump as well, maybe some kind of nasty signs across the way there and a lot of people shouting with bull horns and the rest, although fairly calm situation, most of the day at least as the trump supporters two inside, you know, ted cruz spent the day with ten different stops along the campaign trail and indiana on the last day of campaigning donald trump with just these two rallies, in turms of nerms pretty significant for trump and that's what the polls say as well going into this that he has a pretty significant lead. we will see how it all turns out. lauren, nicole, thank you.
nicole: jeff flock, be sure to watch fox business tonight, complete coverage of indiana primaries, all starts at 6:00 p.m. eastern time. lauren: all right switching it over to the democratic side, bernie sanders realizes it will be challenge to catch up with front runner hillary clinton but promises to fight as hard as he can, estimated crowd of 8,000 people turning out for a rally in indianapolis. >> the reason that this campaign is going to win starts with doing something very unusual and contemporary american politics we are telling the truth. [cheers and applause] clinton has more than 2100 delegates, sanders has over 1,350. >> nicole: hillary clinton pay
ing contemporary states. >> secretary for clean energy and fossil fuels, coal in particular has hurt her in coal country. in a swing to kentucky and west virginia to help revitalized devastated coal communities, i think we owe a lot and i don't want us to walk away, the demand for coal may be dropping, the demand for natural gas may be increasing, but that doesn't mean we should walk away from the people who have been at the core. >> not much recent polling in west virginia where 29 delegates will be up for grabs in the democratic primary next week. but one in february showed bernie sanders clobbering clinton, 57% to 29% thanks in part to strong support for sanders among younger voters
once again. back to you in new york. nicole: peter barnes we thank you very much. accusing hillary clinton of changing her mind when it comes to her policies for coal. >> she's a liar, she supports the obama clean power plan which will cost americans $3 billion in 48 states and increase electric rates. she is flip-flopping, she's lying because when she said she would put us out of business, she said it and boasting and with a huge smile. nicole: adding clinton would continue the destruction of jobs and economy in america just as president obama has done. lauren: time for a market check and getting global market action overnight. in asia shanghai composite up, golden week, spring break in japan. the hang seng in hong kong,
however, down 1.8%. nicole: ubs missed quarterly numbers and that's putting pressure on bank stocks we have seen. germany dak down, cac quarante down 1.5% and ftse in london down nearly 1%. lauren: yesterday the stock market had up arrows for the nasdaq, look at this, selloff 102 points, s&p down 12, nasdaq down 29 points this morning. nicole: here is a look at oil and gold, 44.50, barrel down 28 cents, gold is gaining 12.99 a troy ounce. lauren: if you flip over to the board you can only see mexican peso is downing on the value of the euro, the canadian all trading higher versus the dollar.
nicole: here is the yield in ten-year treasury. lauren: apple shares are down in a row, if the stock is down today it would be the longest losing streak and shares are down about one half and 1% in premarket trading. iphone sales fell for the first time ever in a quarter and revenue fell for the first time since 2003, apple shares are down 23% in the past year. nicole: jury in missouri has paid johnson&johnson to pay $21 million. and she had to undergo a hysterectomy. a jury order it had company to pay i'm sorry, $72 million to the family of a women who died from ovarian cancer after years
of using the powder. for verdict contradicts 30 years of research. it will appeal the verdict. lauren: martin shkreli back in court today. expected to appear in u.s. district court in brooklyn to face multiple charges. >> we made a statement that, you know, refutes the -- the charges. you know, obviously i think that i'm innocent and not guilty and so forth. despite that all my investors were very successful and someone loses money. lauren: charged with i legally stief ning stiefenning markets to pay off.
nicole: the retailer retailer plans to close more than 100 stores. colorado court rules local bans on fracking are illegal. studios hope that by drawing from a larger pool they will be able to boost box office earnings. lauren: coming up, liz claman sits down with warren buffet, he talks politics and interest rates. liz: would you if you were running the fed tighten rates in june? >> i probably wouldn't. lauren: we will have more from that interview. rain, cold, we will tell you how long it's going to last. fsm fm, you need your umbrella right here in new york. checking in on u.s. stock market
lauren: quarter to 6:00 in new york. indiana primary day today. donald trump is in the lead and senator ted cruz desperately needs a win, but vows to stay in the race no matter what. hillary clinton is facing a tough challenge from senator bernie sanders in indiana. she also was confronted by angry coal miners who challenged her for saying he would, quote, put a lot of coal miners and coal companies out of business. there are reports that teen retailer aerepostle is filing for bankruptcy protection this week and closing 100 stores amid salling -- falling sales.
nasdaq down 32 this morning. that's a look at what's happening now. nicole: thank you, lauren. any time you wet warren buffet and bill gates sitting together it's an event. buffet gave predictions for the presidential primary outcome. >> hillary is going to get the nomination and looks to me like trump is going the get the nomination, bernie sanders is shy of 3% or something like that and attracted millions and millions of particularly young people and i will give him credit for it. liz: would you tighten the rates in june? >> i probably wouldn't. nicole: interesting, warren buffet is a hillary clinton supporter. >> the technology won't be the limiting factor, you'll have to
figure out the liability and we will have a few cities that'll jump in the next five to ten years and based on how that goes, it could catch on. but we are still talking about decades before you get to big numbers. nicole: gates said he has rid nn a driverless car. lauren: we want you to take a video here a fight that broke out between member's ruling ak party and procurd politicians over stripping immunity. shoving, punching and throwing water bottles and some jumping over tables to join in on the brawl. several people were hurt in the fighting. a meeting last week on the same issue also broke out in violence. terrible. nicole: well n the nba playoffs cleveland cavaliers win the series opener against atlanta hawks and the oklahoma city thunder come off a big loss to tie the series with san antonio
spurs at one game a piece and we will have all the highlights. and one north dakota farmer showed he's a fan of prince. you can see a peek right there. dow futures are down 114. s&p futures down 13. you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news. first look at morning markets and breaking news
composite up, hang seng down. kospi in south korea up half of 1%. nicole: german dax is the worth of the bunch. the ftse in london down .8%. lauren: it looks like losing today. down 30 points and dow futures down more than 100. down .6%. nick if i can we had weak economic numbers at home. we are seeing oil pulling back down 28 cents right now. 44.50 do barrel as gold gains. lauren, we get auto sales. let's take a look at the world of sports. cleveland cavaliers with strong comeback to win 104-93 last
night in opening game of second round. lebron james scoring 25 and irving adding 21. cavs fell behind after leading in game two. what a difference a game makes, oklahoma city started strong in game two and withstood a wild ending. russell westbrook had 29 points and kevin durant added 28 points. the thunder handed the sports just second home loss of the season. western conference tied at one game a piece. game three on friday at oklahoma city. penguins took control with 3-2 win in game three last night.
capitols find themselves in 2-1 deficit. they have beaten just once in eight press playoff meetings. game four tomorrow. nicole: check this out. planets could have life and water, a group said they hope the best promise for life outside the solar system. the new planets were detected as they were blocking some of the star's light while orbiting. 240trillion-miles away. considering our own milky way, that's pretty close. lauren: the video is so cool. once prince found a way to pay tribute. used tractor to plow prince's symbol. image he found on the internet
and just followed the pattern just like that. he couldn't believe it turned out so well. the tribute is only temporary. the field was seeded on monday. nicole: fox meteorologist maria molina has been tracking very closely, here with us now with the very latest, good morning, maria. maria: good morning, it's going to be a mess out there anywhere from the northeast to southeast today. you really have to give yourself some extra time specially early this morning around the new york city area and parts of new england. later on in this afternoon and into tonight we have a threat for some severe threats across parts in southern mid-atlantic, damaging winds and isolated tornadoes possible and the threat to florida, unsettled
weather across eastern u.s. temperatures right now across parts of plains on the chilly side, 40's out there in kansas city, rapid city, midwest and into the northeast, as we head into later on this afternoon, a few warm spots, one across the southern u.s. and as we head further west. that's well above average for that part of the country, so get out and enjoy it while you can. let's head over to you. nicole: maria molina, thank you so much. lauren: coming up we will run more global action before we stand it over to mornings with maria. stay with us
nicole: after gains yesterday, we are seeing stocks under some pressure. s&p futures down 13 and we also note that ubs in europe had weak profit in the latest quarter. looking here also at currency board in particular, japanese yen looking strong and we are seeing the dollar and 18-month low against currency. we are going to send it right over to los angeles special mornings with maria with the conference and we will say good
morning to you, maria bartiromo. maria: hey, there, nicole. thank you so much. good morning, everybody, happy tuesday, it is decision day for indiana. i'm maria bartiromo. coming to you today from the conference in los angeles, you're top stories right now 6:00 a.m. on the east coast. high stakes, donald trump and hillary clinton looking to secure the nomination while ted cruz hopes to make a case for him to stay in this race. >> if we win in indiana, it's over with, folks, and then we focus on hillary clinton. >> millions of americans are lifting the state of indiana up in prayer and i could not be more gratified, i could not be more encouraged that this primary is coming down to the mid western common sense to the good judgment of hoshers. >> i told my husband he has to come out of retirement and be in charge of this because he has more ideas than anybody i know. [laughter] maria: meanwhile more protests