nicole: breaking news this morning. donald trump goes to washington and meets with house speaker potter had stepped about the future of the republican party. good morning. i'm nicole petallides. lauren. i am lauren simonetti. the data giving up all of its 222-point days from date admit worries about consumers pending check-in on stock market futures ahead of the opening bell. dow futures higher by 56 points. nasdaq futures gaining 21. nicole: japan for the index up half a percent. in china and dean fractionally.
lauren: usually indicating that the stock prices. -- nicole: debate glory from investors comes from the retail sector. macy's stock slump after the veto posted its first thousand years. today we get results from nordstrom and coles bid will tell you what to expect. lauren: zero to 400 miles an hour. the transportation system becomes a reality. we'll tell you about it. train to the golden state warriors eliminate the portland trail blazers beat the toronto raptors deep miami heat to take a three k. to lead in the eastern conference. all the highlights coming up in sports. lauren: and is thursday, may 12. welcome to "fbn:am." the latest breaking news and what to expect that they had.
nicole: presumptive republican nominee donald trump and house speaker paul ryan finally coming face to face. trump is scheduled to meet with speaker ryan at 9:30 a.m. eastern time in the nation's capitol. talking about an interview with greta van faster and last night. >> policy good person. i don't know paul well. that's part of the meeting. he knew everyone else because their governors, senators. i'm a businessman. i think we went to see if we have the same ideas because i'd represented large group of people with strong ideas and foundations. nicole: blake burman has more on this from washington. reporter: polygram doesn't want to pretend republicans are unified right now. it's uncertain if that could change later today. brien and donald trump are set to meet in washington at the republican national committee this morning. the house speaker is yet to endorse trump said wednesday
that goes for republicans to unite and be a full strength by the fall. for ryan, don't have to happen with a presumptive residential nominee he says he barely even knows. >> i don't even know him. i met him once in person in 2012. we had a good conversation in march on the phone. we as a leadership team are enjoying this type we have a chance to meet with him. >> democrats eagerly anticipating trump's arrival as well. nancy pelosi is trying to make nicole: her republican colleagues. >> at the difference between donald trump and the house republicans but they say. attacks on women in the congress are a dime a dozen. nicole: trump will meet with top republican lawmakers and gop leaders today. fox has earned the rank and file members have requested a meeting as well and that opportunity will be extended to the presumptive nominee. back to you in new york.
lauren: some trump opponent put in 2012 gop mitt romney would not release them before november unless an ongoing irs audited completed before election day. he also says his financial statements and much more important. >> you don't learn anything. tax return you the very, very little. the least highly complex detailed financials in line with the federal elections commission. we put them in 9010 pages or close to 100 pages of detailed saying what a great company ipo. lauren: hillary clinton strongly criticizing him them for not close disclosing this tax information. >> my husband and i released 33 years of tax returns. we've got eight years on our website right now.
so you've got to ask yourself ,-com,-com , why doesn't he want to release them? lauren: trumpet be the first major party nominee to release tax returns and strode forward in 1976. president ford on the release this in that year. nicole: larry summers discussed in the 2016th presidential election on fox business wall street week. summers is fast but what a donald trump presidency mean for the u.s. economy. >> it scares me. i don't know the greater threat to our prosperity. policy would be extraordinarily provided. i think this great risks to the global economy that would be manifest. there are great risks even going to the government's credit. domestically, it would put an insurgency and the likes of which we haven't seen before into the market.
nicole: you can watch the full interview with larry summers to barnett on wall street week 8:00 p.m. eastern time right here on the fox network. lauren: malicious government said aircraft earlier this year in south africa is almost certainly came from flight 370. the malaysian airlines plane was 239 people on board and disappeared two years ago while flying to beijing. a total of five pieces of debris from that jet has been recovered in various places around the goshen. an extensive search of a vast part of the indian ocean off the west coast has done nothing so far. nicole: around liz claman is hosting countdown to the bow by from the conference better known assault at the bellagio in las vegas. she kicked things off yesterday with legendary oilman boone tickets and asked him about the future price of oil.
>> oil is declining in the united states for nine points 7 million euros a day down to 9.1 now. >> where is the price going to go ?-que?-que stion-mark >> the price is going. >> how much? >> become the 60 by the end of the year. nicole: interesting. by the end of the day, liz will be joined by the famous twins. lauren: and asia, this is house stocks trade. the shanghai composite in china was downed fractionally. the nikkei in japan up almost half of 1%. there's speculation the bank of japan could expanded stimulus program this summer. the hang seng in hong kong down .7%. nicole: here's a look at europe right now. looking at the financial sector under pressure. the london ftse done fractionally. german dax down one third of 1%.
today's the day we hear from the bank of england. lauren: they call it super thursday. up 64 points looking at dow futures at 23. s&p futures up 9.5. watching oil closely. that is up 1% at 43 cents. gold is down $2.60. lauren: this is how the dollars trade-in against key currencies. strengthen the canadian dollar in the mexican peso versus the u.s. dollar. but it makes for the pound, euro and japanese yen this morning. lauren: 1.73% bond yields. lauren: mesas reporting is worse orderly sales yesterday sparking fears of a slowdown in consumer spending. mrs. stocks fell 15% into destiny. shares down 52% in the past year. in the most recent quarter that at this rate declined.
the designated a selloff across the luxury brands and rival chains they see as the first retailer to announce results for the start of the year. post reports this morning followed a nordstrom after the bell. jcpenney would force tomorrow morning and retail sales on friday. nicole: good to know. nissan motors taking it 34% stake in the controlling shareholder. carlos cohen appearing that the chairman of this to be sheep voters at a news conference in japan to announce the more than $2 billion investment. to be sheep faces falling sales and growing costs after admitting ossified data to inflated mileage for many car models sold in japan. lauren: a company called hyperlipoidemia conducted a test yesterday built in an elon musk saikia that could lead to super
speed travel. it tested a propulsion system essential to the transportation invention. and the task on a sled tipped down the track for two seconds. you've got to watch this. you might miss it. it crashed into a pile of sand. it is one of the startups hoping to commercialize the idea that billionaire inventor new-line musk came up with in 2013. his ideas to transfer people low-pressure tubes at almost 800 miles an hour, nearly the speed of sound. that would allow traveling between san francisco and los angeles in just 30 minutes. super fast. nicole: ralph iran is one of the stocks will wash today. the fourth-quarter profit and sales this morning have been hurt by sasha misses from intense competition from fast fashion of your customers and departments doors. a one-year chart doesn't look good and 8450. who also can't results in the
antivirus software can't meet with disappointing profits last month. investors will look for any update on search with michael brown who plans to leave the company soon. shake shack will release its latest results. the company reported its lowest quarterly sales growth and established restaurants in a year. the ipo at 3430 close yesterday. lauren: "wall street journal" investigators say terror attacks in brussels could have been much more luck, police are in disarray ahead the carnage from the subway in the or bombing. busted deals cost banks $300 million. the journal calling it a nightmare on wall street or 2016 will be a record year for broken deals and most recently, staples scrapping after regulators face antitrust concerns.
rallies at the $242 million art auction, is quickly painting sold for nearly 27 million bucks suggesting collectors are still hunting for new art. once again, lawmakers think they can raise american workers wages about unintended consequences. >> many will see their hours cut to less than 40 hours a week and lose benefits that come with a salaried position. nicole: will have the details of the obama administration's controversial plan for rules. the sportswear offered two months of paid leave for both parents of newborn children. make you the latest to adopt a new policy. you are watching "fbn:am." stay with us right after the break. legalzoom. legal help is here.
lauren: welcome back. the data caught up when it's happening now. a key moment for the republican party today when presumptive republican nominee donald trump and house speaker paul write me at capitol hill. ryan has said is not ready to support trump yet. the meeting scheduled for 9:30 eastern this morning. macy's reports that sales trend than it not bode well. "-close-double-quote a report today. there is certain after the close. jcpenney do tomorrow. the first step in elon musk's mission to transport people at
super speed and a tubeless tested at the nevada desert yesterday. one of the two los angeles companies working on the system conducted the test. a head of the opening bell, you can see out there is a dow futures higher by 55 points after a massive selloff yesterday. s&p futures up almost nine. that is the look at what's happening now. nicole: new overtime regulations proposed that the department of labor would force employers to pay overtime 2 million more employees. craig warren could have a massive impact on employers and their employees as well resulted in less hours, wages and benefits. peter bryant has all the details. >> in coming days the obama administration is likely to release a new role that would raise the salary threshold for workers guaranteed time and half pay for working more than 40 hours a week. david highgate to about $50,000 a year from the current level of 24,000 a year.
the labor department estimates that change of 5 million workers take-home pay. it has not been updated since 2004. the administration says that wage growth and some people working longer hours, to change as a matter of basic fairness. critics say it could hurt some workers come especially small businesses. >> it's likely employers will respond to high overtime costs in several ways that will actually reduce workers opportunity for long-term advancement and increase pay. many employees can see hours cut or limited to less than 40 hours per week. and lose the benefits that come with a salaried position such as flexible work hours and health insurance. >> republicans have introduced legislation to block the rule. employees who perform executive, administrative and professional duties would be exempt. back to you in new york.
lauren: nike is offering eight weeks of paid family leave to its employees. but that comes earth mothers are eligible for a minimum 14 weeks of paid. in the close fathers of the benefit. employees caring for sick relatives are eligible to receive eight weeks of paid leave. expanded to full time nike workers. nicole: coming up in the nba plants, the portland trail blazers advance to the western conference finals. the toronto raptors beat the miami heat with victory gave miami heat with a three candidate to lead in the eastern conference semifinals here in all the highlights coming up. and then, they are back. ♪ that's catchy, right? the sake of not such a crop that
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>> the greatest teacher threat to american security is in the cyberdomain. we need to be really careful weakening cybersecurity even for legitimate immediate security question. reporter: carrots tech crunch it's not about security and privacy. it's also funding the next idea. coming here to find those and carmelo anthony at the new york knicks looking for what is going to come next for his venture capital firm. i asked him if the new york knicks race started, would he invest? >> absolutely. new york's the greatest city in the world. the biggest media market in the world. of course i would invest in that. >> not saying much about the new head coach decision coming to the new york knicks. he's also not sure if he's going to be playing on team u.s.a. when it comes to derail the pics
because of zika and as large concerns fair. to make a decision in the next week in new york, jo ling kent, fox business. nicole: the latest from the world of sports. craig thompson and south korea signed the golden state warriors back to the conference finals wrapping up the stairs with a 125-2121 when over the trail blazers last night. golden state a week the conclusion of the tahoma city san antonio series by game six tonight. toronto raptors read the miami heat 99-91 minus nine. take in a late-night conference series. they scored 34 points. in miami on friday. the nhl playoffs with events to
the first western conference finals 2001. by beating the dallas stars six to one last night. the blues will have advantage in the western conference finals against national san jose. the predators insurance by the deciding game seven tonight. big night tonight. everyone signed up in front of the tv. lauren: donald trump and paul ryan meet to discuss the republican party. >> we want to get to know each other and have the same ideas. lauren: macy's takes the wraps off its first quarterly sales in years yesterday sparking fears of a retail site or some paid to do the good news from calls as well as nordstrom. look at what wall street expected there. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. keep it here.
♪i, i will always love you, i...♪ lauren: donald trump goes to washington and meets with house speaker paul ryan to talk about the future of the republican party. good morning. i am lauren simonetti. nicole: i am nicole petallides. the dallas giving up nearly all of the 222-point tuesday. yesterday dropped to 17. this check out this morning. back and forth because right now it is at 54. dow futures, smb features at bay. lauren: japan's nikkei erased early losses but half of 1%. in china the shanghai come on sit down fractionally.
>> usually a 3.5% gain in crude oil that helpless.prices. crude oil right not taking 37 cents a barrel. a big worry for investors come from the retail tip in macy's stock sword posted is for sale in years. today we give results from nordstrom at coles. we'll tell you what to expect. nicole: zero to 400 miles in just a few seconds. the transportation system becomes a reality. in the nba playoffs, the golden state warriors eliminate trail blazers in the toronto raptors beat the miami heat to take a three games to two they did mr. conference semifinal series coming out. nicole: 5:31 a.m. only one more of i'm last. welcome to "fbn:am" the latest breaking news and what to expect today ahead. nicole: donald trump and house
speaker paul ryan finally coming face-to-face trump is scheduled to meet the speaker brien at 9:30 a.m. eastern in the nation's capitol talking about today's meeting in an interview with greta van festering. >> always a good person. i don't know paul well. don't forget he knew everybody else because their governors, senators and i am a business man. i think we want to get to know each other. i think we want to see if we had the same ideas because i represent a large group of people with strong ideas and foundations. lauren: to be a fly on the wall not getting. blake irving. >> is uncertain if that could change starting later today. brien and donald trump are set to meet in washington at the republican national committee this morning. the house speaker is yet to endorse trump said wednesday that goal is for republicans to unite and be at full strength by the fall.
for ryan, though it have to happen with a presumptive presidential nominee he says he barely even knows. >> i don't really know him. i met them at a person in 2012. we had a good conversation and much of the own. we need to get to know each other and we as a team are enjoying the factory had a chance to meet with him. >> democrats anticipating term survival as well. nancy pelosi is trained to the tribe to her republican colleagues. >> the difference between donald trump and the house republicans but they say, attacks on women and the congress are a fan of anything. >> trample me at the top republican lawmakers and gop leaders later today. fox has signed a rank-and-file members have requested a meeting with trump has filed and the opportunity will be extended to the presumptive nominee. back to you in new york.
nicole: donald trump opponents including that from me, keeping up the pressure to release his tax returns. trump insists he will not release them before november unless the non-going irs audit is completed before election day. he also says financial statement are much more. >> you don't learn anything. a tax return you learn very little. the least highly complex detailed financials in mind with the federal elections commission we put them in 99 pages are close to 100 pages at detail saying what a great company and building. nicole: his democratic rival hillary clinton strongly criticizing him for not disclosing tax information. >> has been i have released 33 years of tax returns. we've got eight years on our website right now. you've got to ask yourself, why
does he want to release them? >> trumpeted the first major nominee to avoid full tax return since gerald ford in 1976. former president ford only released a summary that year. >> are developed in an e-mail scandal. fbi director james komi baffled by hillary clinton who he's referring to the investigation is a security inquiry. we're conducting an investigation. that's the bureau's business. i'm not familiar with the term security inquiry. right now the feds are looking into criminal wrongdoing and clinton's use of his server two can ask state department business. she's not yet been called to testify. nicole: to saturate the bid for election. the candidate announcing his paperwork to run for his senate seat in 2018. clinical experts say the move does not rule out another white house run in 2020. the news comes two days after the texas senator returned to
capitol hill get back to work. the 2013th of a fire. the bureau of alcohol, tobacco and firearms and explosives issued a statement saying no viable accident on natural fire scenarios are tested and hypothesized and eliminated. the buyer killed 15 people, injured 160 in the time they are. most of the victims were emergency personnel. no arrests have been made. the $50,000 for information leading to the arrest of those responsible. nicole: liz claman is hosting countdown to the ballot by better-known assault. at the bellagio in las vegas. kick things off yesterday with the legendary oilman, who taken en masse to do about the future of the price of oil.
>> the oil is declining in the united states or 9.7 million euros a day down to 9.1 now. >> or is the price going to go? >> the price for not. >> 50, 60 by the end of the year. >> after that today, lives will be joined by cameron and tyler winkle vos, the twins made famous by face the period lauren: a nation, stocks at midday thursday. you can see the shanghai composite in china was down just a bit. japan's nikkei at .4%. the hang seng down .1%. nicole: this is the last day we'll hear from the bank of england. ahead of the referendum, whether or not british wants to make on june 23rd. everybody will be keyed in on that today. the london ftse down while the dax and cac both getting one third of 1% in germany and france.
>> the retail sector's thoughts were his insiders yesterday in big consumer names really hit the market. the dow fell 270 points coming back today. dow futures higher by 51. s&p futures a day, nasdaq 20. nicole: oil and gold. moving higher to 4646 a barrel, up half a percent at 22 cents. pulled down seven bucks at 1216 at troy ounce. lauren: macy's with its worst quarterly sales since the recession sparking fears of a big slowdown in hammerstein in. macy's stock fell 15% from the biggest drop since 2008. sales at macy's stores fell nearly 6% in the most recent order, the fifth straight decline. the news ignited a selloff across mall owners, luxury brands and rival chains. this is the first major retailer to announce results for the start of the year. holtz reports later today followed by nordstrom after the
closing bell. jcpenney reports earnings in retail sales friday. nicole: nissan motor taking a 34% stake in mitsubishi motors becoming the controlling shareholder. carlos kona. with the chairman of mitsubishi motors at a hastily called news conference in japan to announce the $2 billion investment, and adela wendland. mitsubishi faces falling sales and growing costs after recently admitting that falsified data to inflate mileage for many car models sold in japan. lauren: a company called hyper would point connected a test of the nevada desert yesterday building on the idea that could lead to super speed travel. and this test is fun agenda track for two seconds and crashed into a pile of sand good but that's what it was intended to do. one of the startups hoping to commercialize the concept of the system would transport people
and low-pressure tubes like that at 760 miles an hour amid nearly the speed of sound. the hyper loop with a lot traveling between san francisco and los angeles in half an hour. the company hopes to create a fully operational system in 2020 and that means you of me could eventually be writing in one of those. nicole: buffer ram is one of the stocks we're watching today. expected to report a drop in fourth-quarter profit this morning. sales have been hurt by fashion misses and intense competition for fast fashion and fewer customers in department stores and malls. we also get results from semantic, the company issued disappointing rocket and guidance last month gave investors let for any update on the search for a successor to ceo michael brown leaving the company. shake shack will release its latest results after the bell today. and arch the company reported its lowest quarterly sales growth of established
restaurants of the year. lauren: investigators said the terror attacks in brussels could've been worse. but come the police are in disarray of reduced the carnage in the airport in subway bombing. busted deals cost banks $300 million calling it nightmare on wall street. 2016 will be a record year for broke and is. most recently stapled scrapping its merger with office depot after regulators post antitrust concerns. prowess of the $242 million option. it's quickly painting sold for nearly $37 million suggesting that collect yours are still hunting for new art. there's the painting. that's really a piece of art. nicole: i'm glad we got to see it. once again, lawmakers raise about unintended consequences. >> employees could be dared
hours cut are limited to 40 hours a week and this benefits that come with a salaried position. nicole: details for the obama administration plan. it will offer these two months of paid leave for both pairings of newborn children. just the latest to adopt a new policy. tell you all about it. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at writing markets and breaking news. ♪
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would produce a good republican nominee donald trump and house speaker paul ryan beat on capitol hill. ryan has said he's not ready to support yet. the meeting is scheduled for 9:30 a.m. eastern time this morning. shares tumbling does not goodwill further retailers about to report polls with its quarterly report before the opening bell. nordstrom after the close pay jcpenney out tomorrow. keep a keen night in retail sales on friday as well the
first step to transfer people at any tube was tested in the nevada desert yesterday. one of the two companies working on the system conduct did. the u.s. stock market futures right now after 217-point months yesterday. cap futures good momentum the last several hours. s&p futures or uncover back to what's happening now. lauren: overtime regulations by the department of labor would force employers to pay overtime to more employers. critics warned the cost could have a massive impact on employers and employees resulting in fewer hours, wages and benefits. peter burns has more. >> in coming days the obama administration will release a new road that would raise the salary threshold for workers guaranteed time and have paid for working more than 40 hours a week. a package of $50,000 a year from the current level of 24,000 a year. the labor department estimates
the change will get 5 million workers higher take-home pay. the income level has not been updated since 2004. the administration says with wage growth since then and some people working longer hours, the change is a matter of basic fairness. critics say it can hurt some workers, especially small businesses. >> employers will respond to higher overtime costs and reduce workers opportunity for long-term advancement and increased pay. many employees will see their hours cut is limited to less than 40 hours per week and lose the benefits that come with a salaried position such as flexible work hours and health insurance. >> republicans introduced legislation to block the rule. the place to perform primarily executive, administrative and professional duties would be exempt. back to you in new york.
nicole: the senate has voted to impeach the current presidente show their place for six month by the vice president pending a trial in the senate. accused of using accounting tricks to hide large budget deficits. lauren: coming up, the golden, the golden state warriors eliminate the portland trail blazers and advance the conference finals and the toronto raptors beat the miami heat to take a three games to two lead in the conference. semifinal series highlights coming up. and they are back. ♪ bass fry. the big and the not so big rock bands of monkeys their of monkeys are hitting the road with a new album. checking in this thursday morning. almost at the end of the week. dow futures up 74 points.
recordings from the 60s and new songs written by a more recent stars like rivers cuomo always there, then get rid of death cab for cutie and the race is no account there. the tour will feature the monkeys original members, mickey dole in performing his i'm a believer and last train plus new songs. the tour kicks off may 18th and runs throughout sober. good times. tranter remembering david jones is on the brady bunch. tech crunch just at the annual conference. unveiling a product and service at the upgrades that concerns about the state of cybersecurity. jo ling kent at this year's event with all the details. reporter: lauren, nicole, good morning. here at tech crunch, the biggest conversation to senator around privacy and security. general michael hayden, former head of the nsa and dia weighed in on the debate and where we stand now as a country.
>> the greatest future threat to american security is in the cyberdomain. we need to be really careful we could and cybersecurity even for the chittenden immediate security questions over here. reporter: of course, here at tech crunch at not all about security and privacy. it's also about the next big idea. venture capitalists coming to find those. carmelo anthony of the new york knicks is looking for what is going to come next for his venture capital firm. i asked him if the new york knicks for a startup, would he invest? >> absolutely, absolutely. new york is the greatest city in the world, biggest media market in the world. some of the greatest opportunities here are in new york in the world. of course i would invest in that. reporter: carmelo anthony not say much about the new head coach decision coming to the new york knicks. he also says he's not sure if he's going to be played on team u.s.a. when it comes to the real olympics because of sub six and
has large concerns they are. you will make a decision in the next week. in new york, jo ling kent, fox business. tranter the latest in the world of sports. craig thompson is curling up with the western conference final. golden state wrapped up the series with 125-121 when in game five last night. thompson scored 33, and 29. st. louis at the first western conference finals since 2001 by beating the dallas stars six to one last night. matching the major league record for a nine inning game as the washington nationals past the detroit tigers last night had a chance to break the mark than james mccann stepped up to the plate with two outs in the ninth inning. mccann grounded to third base with the final out. two no-hitters for washington
last season and struck out 17 in the second one. he joins roger clemens, thierry word and randy johnson is the only big league pictures to have 20 strikeouts in nine innings. an update to our breaking news this morning. does president will be suspended and replaced for up to six month by brazil's vice president. accused of using accounting tricks to hide large budget deficits. lauren: okay, coming up on the global market action before we hand it over to borders with maria. please stay with us. ♪ if you need advice for your business, legalzoom has your back. our trusted network of attorneys has provided guidance to over 100,000 people just like you.
>> with momentum and stats over the last couple hours, dow futures at 80 after 217.5 yesterday. s&p futures at 12. take a look at oil which yesterday had the highest close since november 2015 minutes gaining 40 cents. we are going to turn it over to "mornings with maria" and i say good morning to you. dagen: good to see you.
i'm dagen mcdowell. maria bartiromo has the day off. top stories that almost 6:00 a.m. eastern time. mr. trump goes to washington. later this morning, donald trump pulls his entire meeting with paul ryan, both addressing gold at the meeting and why it's so important. >> i think just the idea and we will see how it goes. >> i want to be a part of the process so we are bolstered this fall to win the election. trend three fbi director james, making a comment on the clinton e-mail probe. clinton has downplayed the investigation. what is the security inquiry you might ask? call me rebuffed her claims. meantime, massive fertilizer plant in 2013 will to be arson. authorities looking for leads, how much they offer as a reward ahead. george zimmerman back in the headlines.