>> we have a lot of things and for the most part we agree on a lot of different items and we are getting there. nicole: breaking news this morning, they came, they saw, they spoke, donald trump at the gop leadership worked to iron out their differences. we have all the reaction. good friday morning, i am nicole pedallides. lauren: i am lauren simonetti. after a wild week on the markets we head into the final trading day of the week basically flat. checking on stock market futures dow futures down 82 points, s&p down 9, nasdaq down 22.
nicole: volatility continues in the asian markets, the nikkei sinking 1.4% overnight, the shanghai composite index edging lower. lauren: big lives in oil behind the stock market volatility, oil prices shooting up 8% over the past three days. now they are getting back $4.16 a barrel. nicole: the latest to report disappointing results getting crushed in the free market, down 17%, jcpenney reports later this morning. nicole: apple makes a $1 billion investment in china's version of uber as alphabet passes apple as the most valuable company in the world. nicole: mark sucker berg finally responding to accusations of a liberal bias in facebook's trending topics section. we will have his response. lauren: the oklahoma city thunder eliminates the san antonio spurs and the nhl playoffs the san jose sharks got
past the nashville predators. those highlights coming up in sports. nicole: it is friday the 13th, welcome to "fbn a.m.," your first look at the day's markets, the latest breaking news and what is expected for the day ahead. lauren: breaking news donald trump narrowing the differences between the gop leadership, presumptive republican nominee on sean hannity after his meeting with house speaker paul ryan. >> i don't mind going through a little bit of a slow process. it is a very big subject, we have a lot of things and i think for the most part we agree on a lot of different items and we are getting there. i feel strongly about border security, i feel strongly about trade, i feel strongly about building the military and to a large extent i think paul is there also. lauren: peter barnes is in
washington with more. >> reporter: paul ryan and other republicans described the meeting as a great first step to rebuilding party unity after a bruising primary season that started with 17 major republican candidates. a meeting with paul ryan was called after the speaker declined to endorse trump last week when trump's final rivals dropped out of the race. ryan did not do so at a press conference afterwards. he told reporters it is a process that takes time that does not come together after a 45 minute meeting, he does not want to have a fake unification process. >> we had an encouraging meeting, no secret donald trump and i had our differences, we talked about those differences today. that is common knowledge. the question is what we need to do to unify the republican party and all strains of conservative wings in the party. >> reporter: trump met with
republican leaders of the senate. afterwards trump tweeted great day in dc with paul ryan and republican leadership, things working out really well. one source provided fox news with unvarnished assessment of the ryan meeting, quote, no bs, very helpful. back to you in new york. nicole: john weiner backing donald trump saying he is confident trump can win in november. vice president dan quayle supporting donald trump saying the billionaire businessman is more qualified than hillary clinton. lauren: campaigning in south dakota democratic presidential candidate bernie sanders sharing his views on the trump ryan meeting. >> they have a serious problem. an extreme right-wing party dealing with a guy who has changed his views every day from bad to worse. i will let the republicans worry about their future.
my job right now is to work as hard as we can in the next five weeks to win the democratic nomination. nicole: after holding big rallies yesterday, meeting voters in north dakota today, he has won 1473 delegates so far while clinton has 2240. next primaries will be held in kentucky and oregon on tuesday. nicole: the clinton global initiative gave $2 million to a private company partly owned by close friends of the clintons. the financial commitment for energy pioneer solutions was placed in september 2010 and wall street journal says former president clinton also personally endorsed the company to energy secretary steven chu for federal grant. energy pioneer solutions refused $800,000 from energy department. nicole: a judge handing a major victory to house republicans who challenged president obama's
healthcare law. the judge ruled the administration cannot spend billions of dollars in federal funds to provide subsidies to private insurance companies without the approval of congress. congressman tom rice, chief sponsor of the lawsuit welcoming the court's decision. >> i am happy the congress has access, it gives the congress another tool. this access to the court for particular items of executive overreach is a certain scalpel that can be used in particular instances without collateral damage. nicole: the white house is expected to repeal the ruling. the obama administration said the ruling would lead to a spike in insurance premiums for americans and the federal government to pay more in tax credit to ensure policy. nicole: lauren: the navy has fired the american sailors captured and held by he ran for 15 hours. the navy official says the service lost confidence in commander eric rash who is the executive officer of the
squadron that included the 10 sailors. between 9 men and one woman were detained in january when their boat drifted into iranian waters off farsi island. the incident raised tensions between the united states and iran because of images that are and published of sailors kneeling with their hand on their heads. nicole: the obama administration is jumping into the transgender band firm issue. a letter signed by official that the justice department and department of education reportedly will be sent out to every public school district in the country today. it will tell them to allow transgender students to use bathrooms and locker rooms that match their gender identity, not their birth certificate. the letter obtained by the new york times is not legally binding but does warn the school they may face lawsuits or loss of federal aid if they don't abide by the administration's interpretation of civil rights
law. lauren: mark sucker berg is responding to allegations that facebook's trending topics discriminate against conservative news. zuckerberg says his company is conducting a full investigation to ensure its teams upheld the integrity of the product and he wants to meet with influential conservatives and discuss their concerns. liz claman spoke to cameron winkle voss who along with his twin made famous by -- about those allegations. >> it comes down to the transparency and what you tell your users you are doing. i'm not that close to the story so i don't know what the expectations were but if the expectations were and algorithms that was not pushing a certain thing i can see why people would be disappointed. lauren: they were involved in early stages of facebook. nicole: apple is making an investment in uber.
apple is investing $1 billion with a valuation of $25 billion, dd is one of china's most valuable startups and is involved in a head to head competition with uber china to attract writers and investors and china's rideshare market. lauren: alphabet is the parent company of google overtaking apple is the most valuable company in the world. alphabet's market cap is $494.8 billion edging slightly past apple's market cap of $494.7 billion, shares of both companies fell yesterday with alphabet down a bit and apple up 2% even though investors appear to have soured on apple, it remains a profitable company earning $10.5 billion. nicole: shares of nordstrom plunging 17% in extended trading after the upscale retailer cut its sales and profit outlook.
the disappointing guidance coming is nordstrom's first quarter results came in lower than expected. nordstrom joining so many of the other major retailers including macy's and kohl's with weak results. analysts blaming amazon which made an aggressive push into apparel and fashion. we would hear from jcpenney later this morning. the company is expected to report a smaller than expected loss and higher sales for the first quarter, jcpenney has said it expects to have its first annual profit in five years this year and another piece of retail news, retail sales come out at 8:30 sales are expected to climb 0.8% after falling in march. lauren: let us know where you are shopping on twitter because we are confused. let's get you caught up on global market action overnight. starting in asia stock end this friday session, the shanghai composite down one/3%, many gay down one.4%, hang seng in hong
kong falling 1% and the cosby in south korea giving up 1/2%. lauren: a good gdp number, the german dax is down 1/2%. the london footsie down 1/2% and same with the french cac quarante. lauren: the final session of the us market little change on the week, down arrows, the tao down 87 in premarket, the s&p down 10 points and nasdaq down 22 points in the premarket. nicole: oil moving the highest levels of the year, right now it is at 4616 down $.54 off of 1% and gold is up $5. lauren: breaking news, honda posting a surprise net loss for the fourth quarter, dragged down by the cost of recalls for those terra-cotta airbags. honda also recalling 21 million more vehicles to fix those
potentially faulty and deadly airbags. honda is the biggest customer. nicole: we are two months from the gop convention in cleveland raising the question is cleveland ready? >> no. i don't think we are where we need to be. lauren: that sounded pretty frank. we will look at the preparations. how would you like a sauna to go with your walker? burger king is opening a spa with one of its restaurants. we will tell you about it. you are watching "fbn a.m.," your first look at morning markets, breaking news, it is friday the 13th, futures are looking lower and lower.
nicole: it is 5:15 in new york. no endorsement from paul ryan after his meeting with donald trump but he said they found common agreement on core principles of the gop. apple making a $1 billion investment in the ridesharing company that competes in china with uber on the same day alphabet's parent of google replaced apple as the most valuable company in the world. another retailer having a hard time, shares of nordstrom dropping 17% in after-hours after it missed wall street
estimates and cut its outlook. jcpenney reports its earnings this morning. checking stock market futures in the retail arena, dow futures down 86 points, nasdaq down 22 points. let's look at what is happening now. lauren: police may not be ready for the kind of trouble that might come when the republican convention begins, mike tobin is in cleveland with the details. >> reporter: the president of the patrol and associations is from a public 50 standpoint this town is not on schedule to handle the republican convention in july. republican national convention attracts demonstrators as it did in st. paul in 2008. donald trump events are magnets for passionate demonstrators, and in a few weeks the two will converge in cleveland, a town swelling with ethnic tension. >> is cleveland ready for this
convention? >> no. i don't think we are anywhere near where we need to be. >> reporter: steve loomis complained offices were not measured for riot gear until after the order was placed and it has yet to arrive. in his opinion training has been minimal and has not reached the police who will be working the streets. they have done well handling previous demonstrations in cleveland but there has not been enough communication ahead of the convention. >> i am neither confident nor not confident. i don't have a lot of information. >> city council public safety chairman matt zone says the police union bosses lobbying for more training because that is his job. there has been extensive planning, strategizing and training. >> we have been practicing and exercising since fall of last year, we are prepared for the unknown. at the end of the day, people look back on this convention and
say job well done. >> reporter: an organization called dump trump has applied for permits to march during the republican convention. the spokesman says the permits are denied, they will take to the streets anyway. is one example of the kind of challenges decking up against police here. nicole: all the bad weather that's bond tornadoes across the plains and the midwest now heading east. maria molina will give the latest forecast. in the aba -- nba playoffs, the san antonio spurs were eliminated from the western conference final and in the nhl playoffs the san jose sharks got past the national predators and western conference finals, those highlights coming up in sports. you are watching "fbn a.m.," first look at morning markets and breaking news. [music]
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four games to 2. kevin durant scored 47 points, russell westbrook added 28. oklahoma city will face golden state in the western conference finals starting monday in oakland. nhl the san jose sharks for the first western conference final in five years with a victory over the national predators last night. captain joe pavel ski got san jose off to a fast start tying ninth goal. san jose will open the conference final on the road sunday at against the st. louis blues. jason day got off to a great start in the opening-round of the players championship yesterday. he tied the sawgrass sports record with a 9 under par 63 to take the lead. day has a 9 stroke head start on a number of pretournament favorites including defending champion ricky fowler and jordan spieth and rory mcelroy. cold and rainy in new york and
maria molina is back in storm chasing. she is here with the weekend weather forecast. welcome back, how are you? maria: happy friday. we are excited for the weekend and we are tracking messy weather. we are in the peak of severe weather season. later today into the weekend we will be seeing several rounds of severe weather. this afternoon and evening we are tracking storms across the eastern us including the carolinas into florida. farther west into missouri, illinois, iowa you are looking at not only severe weather that could bring damaging winds and large hail but tornado potential including kansas city so heads up, you have that threat throughout the day and those temperatures are going to be getting a lot cooler across parts of the plains, look at the forecast temperatures well below average for many of you and oklahoma city you might not even make it out of the 50s by sunday afternoon in st. louis, the same goes for detroit where the high temperature saturday and sunday is forecast to be 50 ° and
eventually that cooler air pushing into the northeast as we head into this upcoming sunday so there is much cooler air out there but we have those in the 30s and 40s across rapid city of minneapolis and the eastern us not too bad, 58 in new york, 60s in raleigh and atlanta. nicole: you mentioned the storm shelter. how did you feel when you were doing this? maria: the closest point where the tornado got closest, we were 50 feet or so from the tornado but it was very compact so it was a skinnier tornado. we were able to get a good idea where it was and keeping our distance from it the tornado was moving north. it is exciting. i felt safe at the time. you could feel the wind around
you and see the tornado very well. sometimes there is a lot of rain with these storms and that could be a concern. that is when i felt more scared when there is a lot of rain because it is tough to see where the tornado is but in this case dust was being picked up, you could see the wind field, not too bad, didn't cause much damage, stayed on the north side of town. nicole: we are glad you are back. a real professional. coming up lots of reaction to donald trump's meeting with republican leaders including this from bernie sanders. >> an extreme right wing party, changed his views every day from bad to worse. nicole: we have more reaction for you. nordstrom the latest retailer disaster, stock getting crushed in free markets, jcpenney is next in line to report earnings today. we will tell you what to expect. let's check stock market futures, relatively flat, looking at three down weeks in a row, dow futures down 83, s&p
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in china social shanghai composite. call the amazon affect. nordstrom report disappointing results. down about 17%. jc penny is on deck later this morning to report. nicole: apple makes a billion dollar investment in china's version of uber. passes apple as the most valuable company in the world. lauren: facebook ceo finally responding of a liberal bias. we will have his response for you. nicole: nba playoffs, oklahoma city thunder beat san antonio sports. lauren: right now it's 5:31 on
the east coast. first look at good morning markets and breaking news. today is friday the 13th. nicole: enjoy the day and be careful. presumptive republican nominee on hannity last night after meeting with house speaker paul ryan. >> i think we had a great meeting today and we are going to get rid of common core, bring education locally, we are going to protect our second amendment so important, so, so important. the second amendment is being chipped away. she wants to abolish the second amendment. nicole: peter barnes is in washington with more on this. peter: >> described thursday's meet negotiation washington as a
great first step to rebuilding party unity after a bruising primary season that started out with 17 major republican candidates. the meeting with ryan was called after the speaker declined to endorse trump last week when trump's final rivals dropped out of the race. ryan did not do so yesterday at a press cerches afterwards. it's a process and takes time. it does not come together after a 45-minute meeting. ryan said he does not within the to have a fake unification process. >> look, it's no secret that donald trump and i have had differences. we talked about those differences today. that's common knowledge. the question is what is it that we need to do to unify the republican party and all strings of conservative wings in the republican party. peter: trump met with leader in senate.
trump tweeted great day with ryan. things working out really well. one source provided with fox news of the ryan meeting, quote, no bs very helpful. back to you in new york. nicole: peter barnes thank you very much. he's confident that trump can win in november. and former vice president dan quayle supporting trump, he's more qualified than hillary clinton. lauren: while campaigning campaigning in south dakota democratic presidential candidate bernie sanders shared views on the trump-ryan meeting, listen. >> they've got a serious policemen. dealing with a guy who changes his views from bad to worse, i will let the republicans worry about their future. my job right now is to work as hard as we can in the next five weeks to win the democratic nomination.
lauren: sanders is meeting voters in north dakota today. he has one thousand 363 delegates so far. hillary clinton 2240. the next primaries in kentucky and oregon on tuesday. lauren: judge handing rule, cannot spend billions of dollars in federal fund to provide subsidies without approval of congress. the white house is expected to appeal the ruling. >> this suit represents the first time in our nation's history that congress has been permitted to sue the executive branch over a disagreement about how to interpret a statute. nicole: obama administration said the ruling would leave spike for insurance and pay to
insurance holders. lauren: a letter signed by officials at the justice department and department of education reportedly will be sent to every public school district in the country today. it will tell them to allow transgender students to use bathrooms and locker rooms that match their gender identity and not their birth certificate. the letter obtained by "the new york times" is not legally binding but does warn the schools that they may face lawsuits or loss of federal aid if they do not abide by the administration interpretation of the civil rights law. nicole: facebook ceo mark zuckerberg is responding toat tc section discriminates against conservative news topic. in a facebook post zuckerberg said, the company is conducting full investigation to make sure team up held integrity of policemen and wants to meet with conservative.
this week at conference in las vegas liz claman spoke to katherine which along with breer made famous by facebook. he commented on facebook academyization. >> i think it comes down to users. i don't know exactly what the representations were but the expectation were that it was going to be pushing. nicole: the twins were involved in early stages of facebook. lauren: china's competitor to uber. china is investing one billion dollar in dd, dd is one of china's most valuable start-up, head-to-head with uber china oh oh attract riders in the ride-share market in that country.
nicole: overtaken apple the most valuable company. $494.8billion edging past apple's $494.7 billion according to data from the wall street journal market data group. shares of both companies fell yesterday, apple down more than 2%. investors seemed to have soured on apple. lauren: in nordstrom plunging the disappointing guidance coming as first quarter results came lower than expected. nordstrom joining other major retailers, think macy's and cohls and they are blaming amazon. we are going hear from jc penny later this morning.
that company reported smaller than expected loss plus higher revenue for the first quarter. jc penny said it xps to report profit in five years as they boric on this turn&and now they're selling appliances, right, now a piece of retail news for retail sales for april are released at 8:30 a.m. this morning. sales expect today climb after falling in march. so we have to watch that number. it's been about the retail sector this week and the retail that we are in. nicole: let's get you caught up in the global market action overnight. we saw one-third of 1% lost in shanghai composite in china. lauren: we have a gdp stronger than expected. german dax is down .4% and ftse is down .6 and cac is down half
of a percent. nicole: nasdaq looking of four weeks of losses. we haven't seen that since late 2014. right now relatively flat for the week. s&p futures down 9. you have to note apple was at a two year low. lauren: big deal. up three days in a row giving a little bit back today, down 57 cents. nicole: he was asked what the economy would do and look like if she is the president. >> we know that over the last 60 years when democrats have been in power the economy has grown faster, the stock market has done better, the unemployment rate has been lower, the fiscal performance of the country has
been better and that's a pretty consistent pattern. nicole: you can watch the full interview tonight wall street week 8:00 p.m. eastern time right here on the fox business network. lauren: those shares falling nearly 3 and a half percent in extending trading, said it would cut 10% of its workforce and close some facilities under restructuring plan. also releasing results for final quarter, michael brown would step down as ceo. shares are rallying about 7% right now in the premarket. the chip makers first quarter results beat the streak and does expect sales for the current quarter to come in higher than analysts expect. shares of shack, better than expected quarterly numbers and new store openings, positive
news, raise annual guidance. i like this good news. nicole: is puerto rico too big to fail, what about chicago, new jersey, pennsylvania. we will tell you why puerto rico may be the first to fall in a house of cards. how would you like a sauna to go with your whopper. burger king is opening one of the spa with its restaurants. crazy, you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news.
nicole: come on it's friday. get your coffee. it's 5:45 a.m. in new york. are you ready, here is what's happening now. no endorsement after house speaker paul ryan but ryan did say they found common agreement on core principles of the gop. apple is making a billion dollar investment in the share company that competes in china with uber china and that news came on the same day that alphabet replaced apple as the world's most valuable company. another retailer having a hard time. shares of nordstrom dropped more than 17% in afterhours trading after wall street estimates
slashes profits going forward. today jc penny, we will hear from that company this morning. let's check out market futures. you see down arrows this morning. down futures down 66. that's what's happening, lauren. lauren: clock is kicking for congress, puerto rico is not alone, chicago, philadelphia, cities that may find themselves in the same financial disasters. >> time is running out for congress to do something to save puerto rico, the common wealth is drowning and defaulting on $72 billion of debt, it's waiting for congress to pass legislation allowing puerto rico to restructure that debt and avoid a taxpayer bailout. >> it's absolutely must happen and we have to have it in a bipartisan way for restructuring
that does the job with the board that can follow through and in a way that helps grow the economy at puerto rico and helps the people there. >> but the protests in chicago shows that it's not puerto rico that's drowning, cities like chicago and states like illinois are cutting funding for schools, roads and infrastructure. in illinois' case total debt budden is more than $127 billion and most of it is owed to the state severely underfunded pensions. like puerto rico, illinois and any other state cannot file for bankruptcy and because politicians in illinois never saved the required money for the state's public pensions, illinois now pays its pension obligations from the general fund. roughly 24 cents of every tax dollar. money that used to go to schools, roads and other infrastructure projects now goes to retired public employees.
experts say like puerto rico, time will soon run out for illinois and other states, new jersey, pennsylvania, connecticut. debt bomb between states and cities is estimated to be more than $4 trillion. congress may act to help puerto rico but critics say, it's just a matter of time before it has to do the same thing for debt-ridden states and cities. back to you. lauren: adam shapiro, thank you. nicole: coming up all the bad weather in the midwest now heading east. fox meteorologist maria molina will give us the forecast. nba playoffs, oklahoma city thunder eliminated san antonio spurs who advance in conference finals. all the highlights coming in sports, you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news. first look at morning markets and breaking news.
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national predators. last night san josé off to a fast start in game 7 in franchise record tieing ninth goal at the playoff. san josé will open against st. louis blues. boston red sox pounded the houston astros 11-1 for season high, fifth straight win. david strike out twice. two run shot. jackie bradley, jr., singled twice and extended to 18 games, longest streak in major league this season. nicole: fox meteorologist maria molina is back from storm chasing, thank thankfully she's just fine and here to give you the weekend weather forecast. maria: good morning, we have severe weather on deck today. it's may, it's very active this time of the year. we are seeing play out across the nation even down into florida expecting storms that
could bring damaging winds and large hail. across illinois, missouri, portions of iowa and even into eastern kansas and additional threat out here that we could be looking at isolated tornadoes, something to watch out if you live in kansas city and pioria. temperatures out there are really going to be cooling down. we have a cooler air mass spilling across the nation and dipping temperatures down. detroit you're not going to make it out of the low 50's as we head into saturday and sunday, and for you in st. louis, oklahoma city you're going to stay on the cool side as well. across northeast storms as we head into tomorrow with the cold front that will be moving through. and ladies the cool air mass arrives in new york as we head into sunday. nicole: okay, thank you maria moli lauren: i don't know ant what you but i'm a little hungry right now, burger king has
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nicole: futures pointing to slower opening, s&p down futures down 9. apple at a two-year low. waiting on jc jc penny and right now 4589 pulling back 81 cents. here is a look at the currency board for you. we are seeing all down arrows, the japanese yen is stronger against the u.s. dollar this morning and looking at the ten-year bond, yield at this moment 1.72%. looks like we might have three down weeks in a row for the dow jones industrial average and we haven't seen that in four months . now, we hand it over to maria bartiromo in las vegas for a very special mornings with maria . ♪ ♪
>> live from the velasio hotel, mornings with maria starts right now. ♪ ♪ ♪ maria: good morning, everybody, welcome, i'm maria bartiromo, coming from the salt conference in las vegas. it's friday may 13th, top stories 6:00 a.m. in the east coast. house speaker paul ryan coming out of meeting hopeful that they can bring the party together. >> i don't mind going through a little bit of a slow process. more the most part we agree on a lot of different items and we are getting there. >> i think we had a very encouraging meeting. donald trump and i have had the differences. we talked about those differences today. that's common knowledge. we had a very good and encouraging productive conversation. maria: when isle actor george clooney taking on republicans, the hillary clinton donor standing firm on criticism of donald trump.