>> breaking news this morning. bernie sanders wins big and cold country and donald trump adds just 130 delegates away from clinching the gop nomination. good morning to you. i am lauren simonetti. drenching good morning. i'm nicole petallides. the dow shaken up october 222 points posting his best game since march or. giving some features that 47. s&p futures dropping five. trent director big move, the nikkei index edging slightly higher. stocks in china also moving lightly higher.
nicole: thriving oil price is a big her. or the 2.8% yesterday. right now down 1.1% 4417 a barrel. lauren: shares of disney getting hammered on disappointing quarterly sales and profits could lower espn advertising once again the culprit here. we'll have the story for you. nicole: knocked at staples and office depot strap in their $6 billion deal after a federal judge raises antitrust concerns. lauren: at oklahoma under beat the san antonio spurs and can close out the series thursday. it will inseminate the washington capitals in overtime and move on to the eastern conference finals. we will have the highlights. nicole: 5:01 a.m. eastern time in new york wednesday, may 11. welcome to "fbn:am" come your first look at today's markets, biggest breaking news in what to ask that they had.
lauren: the victory still leaves him behind hillary clinton and the delegate count. sanders of more than 51% of the vote compared to clinton's 36%. clinton has 2200 delegates. sanders has more than 1400. sanders picked up 16 delegates while clinton added 11. clinton needs 144 more delegates to win the democratic nomination with the former secretary of state did when the nebraska primary taking 53% of the vote. sanders 47% picked the wind won't tell clinton clinched the nomination because nebraska allocated 25 of its delegates to sanders back in march at the caucus. nicole: to donald trump's party's presumptive nominee upon west virginia and nebraska when they nearly 77% of the vote in the mountain state in taking out 36 delegates. he also won 60% of the vote in nebraska. more of the road to the white house from our own adam shapiro.
reporter: good morning, boring. good morning, nicole appeared with west virginia and the rare premiere, bernie sanders on the hillary clinton can turn their attention to the next round of primaries trying to solidify and clinched the 1237. the number of delegates he needs to get the nomination at the republican convention in the first-round of voting. the definition still fighting although clinton says a foregone conclusion. she will be the nominee. she still has a chance to pull off a big array. >> i want to take a moment to thank the people of west virginia for the tremendous victory finance at being a double-digit victory. this is where hillary clinton won by over 40-point against
barack obama in 2008. >> it all has to do with delegate count. but democrats there's no winner take all in even the sanders may win primaries, he has to divvy up delegates of clinton. as they head towards california, a fox exit polling west virginia shows 62% consider the process of select any nominee to be their presidential candidate consider the process fair whereas 32% consider it unfair. although west virginia's coal country, bernie sanders once again went on the attack against fossil fuels are in for a tax on carbon and also an end to franking. back to you. nicole: adam shapiro reporting from charleston, west virginia. lauren: donald simon potter and the meat for ways to unify the republican party at the end of the primary season. bill o'reilly is optimistic
about to sit down. >> you will be interesting. i look forward to the meeting and positive results. it's a very good man. he once was good for the party and we will have positive results. >> peter barnes has a preview. >> paul ryan with his upcoming events in washington say that a "wall street journal" "wall street journal" interview on facebook that he wants to have a personal conversation with trumpets conversation with trumpets a poll conversation with trumpet the goal of unifying the gop around core principles. he revealed the decision not to backtrack immediately after his rivals wrapped up last week was a cut call. >> the other point was a lot of us didn't think we would be ending this quickly. i was getting ready for an open convention so we were preparing for the eventuality of an open convention. at the very least we thought this up at june 7 in california. training ryan has said he would step down as the chair should trump asked.
in the meantime, trump continues to pick up congressional support. kevin mccarthy was second in command with brien has one of the delegates to back strong from the primary june 7th. back to you in new york. nicole: peter barnes, thank you. >> the ohio river valley yesterday after series of powerful storms hit the planes killing two people. communities along the ohio river saw strong turns and tornadoes. the reported southern illinois and western can keep you kentucky state police said a tornado touched down into the city of mayfield causing significant damage to homes and businesses pay the damage include this used car lot for the twister touched down and was actually caught a close on video. >> here we go. >> look at it, look at it.
holy -- nicole: that is some scary video could at least 10 people were injured in kentucky. lauren: 28 road men went on a stabbing spree in eastern massachusetts yesterday before he was shot to death at a restaurant. our third day rose crashed a car outside a home in massachusetts and what inside the home and stabbed an 8-year-old victim later died. police say he didn't go to a shopping mall across the car into the mouth interest rate data. they check several other people. enough today's deputy sheriff shot him in the mall restaurant. a witness describes what she thought. >> there was a pregnant lady who came out holding her stomach.
apparently she was stabbed in her abdomen. she was pregnant, crying and screaming same to save her baby. everyone had pressure on it. they were holding him down but he was bleeding right through whatever they were putting on top of him. transit officials say they've not found a motive for the twin attacks. nicole: turning back to the market. the stock to watch, shares of disney. after the company reported earnings and revenue that missed wall street expectations. disney said "star wars" said "star wars" and messieurs performance helped to offset by revenue at its television businesses which include espn. disney also underperformed component. the industrial average down as much as 40 points at the opening today. more than 3% in the past year.
transfer the $6 million merger between staples in office depot is off. the federal judge blocked the merger because of antitrust concerns for the judge sided with the federal trade commission here which would lead to higher prices in bulk. steve also have to pay office depot breakup fee of $250 million to your nicole: less catchy pop in the global market action. the next agony shifted to shanghai composite in japan's nikkei gradually gaining each handset down about 1%. lauren: let's flip it over to europe to see trading in the early going this was the morning. ftse.net port of 1% in the dax down half% and the cac in paris on the full percent at this hour. nicole: rarity told you about disney and dow futures today. opens at 9:30.
down 51. s&p down for. lauren: one reason i one reason athletes are down 45 cents per order for dollars 22 cents a barrel. we get a report on and tory. gold treatment by $8. the other key currencies. the japanese sedan and the euro stronger as weaker as making a call in the bottom of the u.s. dollar with 15% rise. lauren: 1.75%. nicole: macy's is a stock we're watching today. the company takes out the result this morning after a disappointing holiday season, and macy's has been looking at ways to get rid of returns from its real estate holdings. we will also hear from wendy's. the burger chain to post
first-quarter sales against an affected patient thanks to its $4 meal. keep a keen eye on oslo pitchers of u.s. watchmaker plunged extended trading after it got the inner guidance and warned of a weak second order. lauren: taken a look at the headlines, insurers to tiger crisis to the outcomes. the new cholesterol medication to help patients as much as it acted. it seeks to redefine help me on food labels to the decision step in the efforts to catch after changing ideas about what is help the and also our eating habits. and the uber -- there's a boom booming background checks as companies grow, the demand for screening firms and their employees are also expanding. nicole: coming up in a big night
for bernie sanders as bernie sanders has the socialist wins west virginia and bass to hang into the very end. >> let me be as clear as i can be. we are in this campaign to win. nicole, should hillary clinton called miners hurt her? just down in an exit poll. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. we will be right back after the break. ♪
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nicole: good morning to you. 5:15 a.m. in new york trip up to you, but what's happening now. bernie sanders beat hillary clinton in yesterday's west virginia primary but failed in the delegate count. sanders gave 16 delegates yesterday on clinton picked up 11. donald trump continued moving closer to the number of delegates he needs for the republican nomination. trump on yesterday's west virginia and nebraska gained about 40 delegates. shares of walt disney could be a huge dow jones industrial average today. got more than 5% in after-hours trading not to its earnings and revenue missed wall street
expectations. let's check at u.s. stock market futures ahead of the opening bell after a big rally yesterday. dow futures pulling back. down 53. 131%. s&p futures down five. nicole: back to politics. independents and younger voters appealing. jo ling kent has more from the exit polls. reporter: good morning. bernie sanders: terrific during west virginia. here's how he did it. whole households went for bernie sanders, clearly offended by remarks hillary clinton has said previously about putting coal miners out of business. 30% went for hillary clinton. if you look at how people vote, whether they wanted a candidate? democrats want someone who cares about me and the majority of them there for bernie sanders for 27% are looking for someone who's honest and trustworthy. we also want to look at the elderly but in west virginia.
sanders pulling through a surprise victory there. usually demographic hillary clinton wins. she only got 46% of the vote. looking at the policies of democrats and what they want come november, there is an aberration west virginia you should know about. democrats tend to be more conservative and 39% of all policies that are less liberal. in that category, most of them voted for bernie sanders. further to the left than hillary clinton. 27% no surprise went for hillary clinton. a big night overall for bernie sanders and we will see what this means for the road ahead. back to you guys. nicole: jo ling kent, thank you. how to cut the line for security lines. don't charge for checked bags. that's a proposal from two democratic senators. these senators say they are urging airlines to drop checked baggage fees ahead of the summer rush through the senators said
the baggage fees being 27% more carry-on. more stuff to get through security. the lines are long and people are missing the fly. translated bad weather most of the plane stays to the ohio river valley as tornadoes rip through kentucky. >> it is right there. >> the cows are running. nicole: we will have the story for you. lauren: in the nhl the pittsburgh penguins eliminate the washington capitals in overtime and move on to the conference finals. we will have those highlights. checking in on stock index futures. up 1.3% across-the-board. features given by 57. not that giving back 12 points this morning. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. it is 5:00 a.m. on the east
when you find something you love, you can never get enough of it. change the way you experience tv with xfinity x1. lauren: wal-mart has filed suit against visa for its chip card. it allows customers to verify transactions with a signature that of a pin or personal identification number. wal-mart said signature transactions are less secure payment and pay based pigments. womack is also more expensive for them to conduct peace is now part. aol ceo tim armstrong spoke with their own jo ling kent at the tech crunch conference in new york. armstrong commented on the recent group for that facebook has suppressed conservatives said checksum is training topics
section. >> you think it would be highly unlikely that facebook is killing their information for consumers. at the end of the day, all of us have one word with consumers. if the consumers don't trust do you want to service. trade to more from tech crunch confident throughout the day. meanwhile, the committee has sent a letter to mark zuckerberg telling him to make available on these accusations. lauren: developing this morning, the dea and sheriffs deputies raised print as minnesota estate. that's are searching for medical records and prescriptions. the search comes as we learned this man, dr. michael schellenberg prescribed the singer medications and saw him the day before he died. dr. schellenberg was going to his house the morning of his death to deliver those test results. nicole: let's been caught up in
the global market action. shanghai composite index indicate both higher. to the downside, chris kospi down one 10th of 1%, hong kong hang seng down 1%. trade to all bread areas in europe.arter of 1% pay dax down to three quarters of 1% or 71 points. cac in paris on 1% or 44-point. nicole: let's check out u.s. stock market futures are the biggest gain for the dow over 220-point march 1st. that was a nice rally. today getting back. it features some 54, s&p futures down five. trinket was trading lower. 4431. coat a $9. nicole: let's take a look at the latest in the world of sports. in the nba playoffs, the thunder ride in the fourth quarter to beat the san antonio spurs 95-91 and took a teammate in the
finals. 35.11 rebounds and nine assists. buskirk sealed the victory with a three-point play with six seconds remaining. oklahoma city can close out the series in thursday's game six at home. in the nhl playoffs come pittsburgh won the series four games to two. the penguins will pay play tampa bay in the final period the final. based by the new york yankees overcame three home runs by lorenzo came to beat the kansas city royals 10 to seven months to get brett gardner doubled home the tie-breaking run in the eighth inning. pitching nine for its first yankee from 29 games domestic violence suspension on monday. lauren: move over earth company of a new company of planets
nearby. mansour validated the existence of 1284 new planets in our galaxy. this is the largest collection of planets ever find time. the data comes from the domain of the star's light to find these pics of planets as they pass the front of the star. they are a located of our solar system typically hundreds of light-years away. nine of the new planets are and what nasa calls the habitable dome, bringing the total to 21. coming out, a big night for bernie sanders with hillary clinton in coal country. donald trump stacks up more delegates for the gop nomination. bill o'reilly about the upcoming meeting with columbine tomorrow. >> it will be very interesting. i look forward to the meeting with positive results. nicole: out the latest on the campaign trail. lauren: disappointing numbers after hours too late the dow
♪love you nicole: breaking news this morning. bernie sanders wins big in coal country and donald trump heads to his delegate count. 130 delegates away from clinching the gop nomination. i am nicole petallides. liz: lauren: imr and simonetti pippa -- shooting at 222 points yesterday posted its biggest gain since march 1st day but checking to see how stock markets are featuring -- shaping up. dow futures down 39 points. nicole: after a big move yesterday, the nikkei index edged slightly higher paid docs and china move up a bit, too.
nicole: rising prices for a big factor yesterday. oil up almost 3% good right now getting back $44.33 a barrel. nicole: shares of disney getting hammered after posting disappointing sales and profit site in espn advertising once again the culprit. we'll have the story for you. lauren: another multibillion dollars merger to get not done. staples and office depot scrapping a $6 billion deal after a federal judge raises concerns. nicole: in the nba playoffs come under beat the san antonio spurs and can close out the theory thursday in the nhl pittsburgh penguins come to eliminate washington capitals in overtime in the eastern conference finals. it's 5:31 a.m. and east coast bid wednesday, may 11th. emitted halfway through the week. welcome to "fbn:am" come your first look at today's markets can the latest breaking is and what expect if they had.
nicole: bernie sanders wins the west virginia primary but the victory leaves him behind hillary clinton in the all-important delegate count. senators getting 51% of the vote compared to clinton's 36%. clinton has more than 2200 delegates while sanders has 1400. sanders picked up 15 delegates will clinton added 11. printing is 140 for my delegates to win the democratic nomination. former secretary of state did when the nebraska primary taking 53% of the vote to sanders 47% to the wind won't help clinton clinched the nomination. nebraska allocated 25 delegate to sanders and its caucus in march. lauren: donald trump presumptive nominee won both west virginia and nebraska. trampling 77 senate to vote taking off 36 delegates. also more than 61% of the vote and nebraska. more on the road to the white house now from adam shapiro.
reporter: good morning lauren. good morning, nicole. with west virginia in the rearview mirror, bernie sanders, who clinton and donald trump can turn their attention to the next round of primaries very trump trying to solidify and clinched the 1237, number of delegates he needs to get the nomination at the republican convention in the first round of voting. the other situation, the democrats, clinton is sanders fighting because it's a foregone conclusion. she will be the nominee. sanders told supporters on tuesday that he still has a chance to pull off a big hurry. >> i want to take a moment to thank the people of west virginia or the tremendous victory that ends up being a double digit victory tonight. this is a state where hillary clinton won by over 40 points against barack obama in 2008.
[cheers and applause] >> it all has to do his delegate with democrats there's no winner take all of me than the sanders may win primaries, he still has to do the delegates of clinton. same for her. as they had to california to make fox exit polling west virginia democrat shows 62% consider the process of selecting a nominee to be their presidential candidate consider the process fair where is 32% consider it unfair. although west virginia's coal country commit bernie sanders once again went on the attack against also feels kind for a tax on carbon and also an end to frankie. back to you. nicole: adam shapiro from charleston, west virginia. donald trump and paul bynes and paul brown set to meet tomorrow to discuss ways to unify the republican party at the end of a stormy primary season. trump told fox's o'reilly he's optimistic about to sit down.
>> i think he'll be very interesting. i look forward to the immediate and positive results. he's a very good man. he wants what's good for the party and i think we'll have positive results. nicole: cairo and peter barnes has a preview. reporter: paul bramley cromer for for his upcoming meeting with donald trump in washington tomorrow. saying in an interview on facebook that he wants to have a personal conversation with trump with a goal of unifying the gop about core principles. he also revealed his decision not to back up immediately after his brother struck out last week was a gut call. >> the other point was a lot of vested think it would be ending this quickly. i was getting ready for an open convention is the chair of the convention. we were prepared for the eventuality. the very least we thought this would be june 7th in california. reporter: bride has also said he would step down as the chair of the republican convention should
trump asked. in the meantime, picking up congressional support. kevin mccarthy who was second in command to ryan is one of the delegates to backtrack in california's primary june event. back to you in new york. nicole: peter barnes, thank you very much. lauren: series of powerful storms hit the planes, killing two people. communities along the ohio river saw strong storms and tornadoes reported in southern illinois western kentucky. kentucky state police said a tornado touched down to the city of mayfield causing significant damage to homes and businesses. the damage including this used car lot for the twister touched down and was actually caught on camera. >> here we go. but god. >> not wrote. there goes that.
>> holy -- my goodness. lauren: official said at least 10 people were injured in kentucky but the injuries were not fortunately. nicole: a 28-year-old man went on a stabbing spree in eastern massachusetts yesterday before he was shot to death in a restaurant and a mall. police said arthur gave rose crashed a car outside the home and then walked inside, sat the mother and her daughter. an 8-year-old and later died. police say he then drove to a shopping mall crashed the car into the mall entrance. he ran in and attacked several other people. 56-year-old man later died. they roast died when an off-duty deputy -- a victim described bush's thought. >> a pregnant lady came out holding her stomach.
paragraph bush stopped in her abdomen. she was pregnant, screaming and crying to save her baby, help her. right after her, a guy who came out stabbed in the chest. everyone had pressure on it. they were holding him down, but he was bleeding right through whatever they put on top of them. nicole: officials have not done a motive for the attacks. lauren: the switch back to business. the stock we are watching as disney and the shares are down 5%. premarket trading after the company reported to add revenue, both missing wall street expectations. disney said "star wars" and disney resorts performance helped offset revenue which includes espn. disney also underperformed and can timber products. folks are buying frozen twice as much. disney is a dow component in the shares could be down by 40 points at the open today. disney shares are down more than 3% over the past year.
$26 billion merger between staples and office depot is off after a federal judge blocked the merger because of antitrust concerns. the judge sided with the federal trade commission which said the merger would lead to higher prices but each corporation that high office supplies in bulk. staples will have to pay off his depot at $250 million breakup fee. lauren: another big merger, or the justice department. started in a shift from a mixed bag. slight gains in china and the nikkei in japan. the hang seng in hong kong done a full percent of the cost in south korea than a 10th of 1%. nicole: you receive the london ftse down one 10th of 1% future btx 1% and france's cac down 1%. lauren: the broader market is up 20% so far this month. speaking yesterday at christ the
board to be back those gains were made. that site features an 8.5. nicole: we saw all 10 sites is higher but today we see oil pulling back down 37 cents at 4429 escort games tend not be a lauren: macy's picks up the results of the major u.s. departments choice after a disappointing holiday season. macy's has been looking at ways to get greater returns from its real estate holdings. we'll also hear from wendy's. the burger chain to post sales thanks to this effort or dollars mail and revamp stores. and we are watching fossils as shares of the watchmaker plunging in extended trading after the company cut it in your private and one with a weak second quarter. nicole: ensures push drug prices to outcome. extra price discounts from drug
makers do not help patients as much as day. fda seeks to redefine how can food labels that the decision meant the fda staffers to catch up to changing ideas about health and eating habits. in the sub one h., a booming background checks as companies such as someone grow. the commander also asked ending. nicole: a big night for bernie sanders says a bernie sanders has a democratic socialist wins west virginia and has to hang on until the very end. >> let me be as clear as i can be. we are in this campaign to win the democratic nomination. lauren: we will have the winners in coal country. the sole have survived without government subsidies back in it? we'll take a look behind the troubling solar power business model coming out. checking in wednesday morning at
tac index futures. jaffe juice down 46-point. s&p futures down for her. you know that old wall street adage, go away. the markets are up this month. dell three quarters to 1%. s&p up a percent. nasdaq up half of one her son. oil right now $44.25 a barrel, down almost 1%. right now you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at money market and breaking news. ♪
lauren: welcome back. i fortified in the new europe. bernie sanders beat hillary clinton yesterday's west virginia primary but still far behind her. sanders gained 16 delegates yesterday. clinton picked up 11. donald trump continues to closer to the delegates he needs for the republican nomination. trump on primates and west virginia solace brascan and 40 delegates. it could be a huge drag on the dow jones industrial average. down 5%. right now in the free and after earnings and revenue missed wall street expert patients in the quarter.
the head of the bell tower features down 49-point. s&p futures down for with that. over to you, nicole. traded to the administration of democrat made a big push for clean energy to help boost the agenda. the federal government has provided other companies to subsidies. even with the assistance, these companies continue to struggle. jeff flock has the details. >> and standing up the largest urban solar installation of the country. this is a big club to the solar operated by the power company better known for its nuclear power plant. we just flew a drone over this to give a real perspective of what it looks like. 32,000 solar panels on the far south side of chicago. in the urban setting this is the biggest. however despite installations is just not taking any money.
take a look at the cost of the generation of megawatt hour of power comparing natural gas to solar. the government subsidy to solar still costs more. this is why the sox have really been taken on the chin, everything i'm solar to solar city. the etf obviously way down as well. as we said, solar is growing. installations have been a period screen in terms of the amount of generation of 27% while cole was down, natural gas to with the low price of natural gas. you don't have to dig in the ground to get a life long. you know enough to fracture the natural gas. he just said back in the sun do its thing and bring the power
in. at this point still not cost-effective. lauren, nicole, backed to you. nicole: i have a question. have you cut back have you cut back on them on airport security lines? you don't charge for checked bags. massachusetts at marking connecticut's richard rosenthal urging airlines in a letter to drop chargeback fees. the senator same baggage fees and 27% mark area making airport security lines go even slower. nicole: one of the world's biggest retailer's biggest retailer skipped the messiah but be so over the chip cards. we will tell you why wal-mart does not want your signature. in the nba playoffs, the thunder beat the san antonio spurs and close out the series. they move on to the eastern conference final.
payment and pin-based payments. they also are marked as to conduct a release is now part. lauren: aol two months spoke at the new york tech conference. armstrong spoke about reports that facebook has conservative subjects on the training topic. >> it would be highly unlikely for you highly unlikely facebook user information for consumers. at the end of the day all of us have one word with consumers. it stressed. lauren: the commerce committee has sent a letter to facebook ceo mark zuckerberg to make employees available to brief the committee on accusations. drain to the and sheriff deputies investigators were searching for medical records and prescriptions for the singer.
the search comes as we learned this man, dr. michael schellenberg described as a nurse medication since i had the day before he died. dr. schellenberg was going to his house the morning of his staff to deliver test results. lauren: switching to markets. two authors initiative and shanghai composite .1%. the nikkei in japan up about the same. the hang seng in hong kong down and the cost in south korea down 1%. the cac is the worst of the bunch. down a quarter of 1%. lauren:.features some 47, s.b. work on the down 10. nicole: but they would only list doing. down 39 and gold is up about $9.5. a look at the latest from the world of sports. the oklahoma city thunder rallied in the fourth quarter to
beat the san antonio spurs last night. take a three games to two lead in the western conference semifinals. russell westbrook had 35.11 rebounds and nine assists. westbrook's seal the victory with a three-point play with six seconds remaining. oklahoma city can close out the series thursday in game six at home. in the nhl playoffs, the leak would still be the washington capitals 43 overtime. when the series four games to two. played tampa bay in the eastern conference finals. in baseball, chicago cubs beat the san diego padres last night for their eighth straight wind x innings of three run ball. chicago improved to 25 to six for the best start by nature the team since the 1984 detroit tigers 126 of their first 31 games with the cubs haven't eaten a half-game lead over
pittsburgh in the nl central. nicole: move over, earth. nasa announced that it validated the existence of 1284 new planets in our galaxy. this is the largest collection of planets ever found upon your data comes from the space telescope cap alert and uses the dimming to find a go planet as they pass in front of the star. these acts of planets around located outside of our solar system, typically hundreds of light-years away. nine of the new planets are in what nasa calls the habitable zone, bringing the total to 21. lauren: the video is cool to look at. we were gunned down global market action before we hand it over to "mornings with maria," maria bartiromo. stay with us. ♪
>> dow futures point back. s&p futures are to the downside i about four. energy financial did well yesterday. oil has into the downside slightly. we will pass it over to "mornings with maria" and say good morning to you, sandra smith. >> good morning to you and everyone. maria bartiromo has the morning off. today is m 11t.
devotes iran from nebraska and west virginia. coal country giving bernie sanders a decisive victory over hillary clinton and donald trump closer to securing the republican nomination. >> big thing is in the history of the republican party, no one has ever gotten more votes than i've gotten in the primaries. that's a great sign of me are doing well in the polls. >> i want to take a moment to thank the people of west virginia for the tremendous faith jury. do deny. >> i've been concerned about the reckless talk from donald trump. when you are running for serving as president, you better mean what you say. train to drum interrogation room. walking out of her fbi interview, what prompted her exit just ahead.