rnet. only from xfinity. .. dream to breaking news this morning. donald trump is closer to clinching the gop nomination with a win in washington. meanwhile, protesters throw rocks at police in albuquerque, new mexico. lauren: good morning. i am going simon that he did nicole: i am nicole petallides. to tell a big unstrung housing numbers in a rally and financials that he stuck market futures of the opening bell. dow futures higher by 16 points. nasdaq futures in a 22.
nicole: stocks in japan following wall street leap into shanghai composite index in china down one quarter of 1%. lauren: oil prices closing in on $50 a barrel just sat at the peak summer driving season. right now $49.23 up one and a quarter%. the transportation administration heads to capitol hill today to explain what the agency is doing about long airport security lines. lauren: in a $.5 billion deal in the text there as well as computer sciences corp. store in. nicole: golden state warriors have their back against the wall after being peak again. tampa bay lightning into a deciding game seven. lauren: 5:01 a.m. we are halfway through the week they thank you for joining us good welcome to "fbn:am" from
your first look at today's markets, latest breaking news and what to expect the day ahead. nicole: donald trump getting closer to securing the gop nomination. getting at least 27 delegates. trump now only needs 41 delegates to reach that magic number of 1237. >> were going to have a very interesting race. we are winning. i'd love to win. we are going to win for the country. forget about me. we are waiting for her country. we can't have four more years of obama. if it's hillary, it is obama late. believe me. nicole: telling lawmakers that house speaker paul ryan is expected to announce his endorsement this week. aides to the speakers say nothing has been decided yet.
lauren: on the democratic side, hillary clinton is when the primary in washington state but it won't give her any delegates. washington democrats awarded based on the party caucus in late march. bernie sanders got 74 delegates. hillary clinton has 27. clinton right now is 70 delegates short of clinching the nomination. bernie sanders shows no signs of getting a pair >> there is going to be a very important democratic primary here in california. if we win here in california, if we win the other sides gave better up on june 7th, we are going to go into the democratic convention with enormous momentum. lauren: sanders is is requesting every campus in kentucky's primary where he trails clinton by less than half of a percentage point. the campaign is asking a lot
soon officials to review machines that to review machines as well as absentee ballots in the primary last week. nicole: a violent anti-trump protests in albuquerque, new mexico. angry demonstrademonstra tors outside the trump brother clashing with police in riot gear. protesters throw rocks, burning t-shirts, other items that officers. police responded with pepper spray and smoke grenades. it was trump's first visit to new mexico. republican governor susanna martinez did not attend the rally and has yet to make an endorsement. lauren: democratic lawmakers discuss whether congresswoman debbie wasserman schultz should step down as dnc chair woman before the party's convention in july. this has some democrats worried that debbie wasserman schultz has become a divisive figure to
unify the party. the congresswoman has had an increasingly rocky relationship with bernie sanders as well as supporters. if he were president, the wasserman schultz would lose her position. president obama selected her as the dnc chair woman in 2011. trade to the transportation security administration will be on the hot seat today. peter messenger will testify before the house committee about how he plans to reduce massive delays for travelers waiting to get through security, causing people to miss their flight. fox has learned this week that kelley hogan, the man in charge of security is on administrative leave pending reassignment. peter king says a solution is necessary whenever that may be. >> listen, we can't afford to waste 1 dollar. whatever money is needed to be spent should be spent. nicole: king says the tsa needs to hire more agents, offer more
training, use private security firms. something being done at san francisco airport. lauren: virginia governor terry mccullough insists this new federal investigation into donations to his 2013 gubernatorial campaign has nothing to do with the clinton foundation or hillary clinton. maccoll is getting peppered with the media about the inquiry which centers around $120,000 donation. from a chinese is this man through his u.s. businesses. >> there is no allegations of wrongdoing. it relates to this donor, à la donor. in a green card owner since 2007. fully vetted him. >> mcauliffe is a one-time malleability hillary clinton and both he and wang have ties to the clinton foundation. nicole: the airplane that crashed in the military and see -- mediterranean sea
according to sources within the egyptian investigation committee. he also said the plane did not make contact with air traffic control that the controllers were able to see the aircraft on radar. meanwhile the egyptian government dismisses some reports suggesting human remains indicate that there was an explosion on board. the country's forensic agency calls those reports baseless. lauren: attorney general to read ... the justice department intends to seek the death penalty against dylan wrote, the man charged with killing nine black parishioners last year and a church in charleston, south carolina. in a brief statement, the nature of the alleged crime and the resulting harm compelled this decision. roots is currently awaiting trial in federal hate crime charges in connection with the june 17 shooting. also charged in state corporate nine counts of murder.
nicole: mostly operas in asia as we see japan's nikkei up 1.5%. hong kong hang thing of 2.1%. korea's kospi upon .1%. the only index that did not participate with china's shanghai composite index down one quarter of 1%. lauren: after putting in a great day yesterday, europe is continuing. the dax after hitting its highest level in more than five weeks at the rally yesterday up another 117 points. cac in paris up 40 points this morning, almost 1%. nicole: let's check out u.s. stock market futures. june, july much front and center at 67. s&p futures that they. lauren: in oil imagery report this morning. we'll see how much supply we have at the thought as he might not have much. that's putting the price of crude oil up closer to $50. gold done sixpacks.
$12.25 an ounce. trade to the fed has indicated it is open to raising interest rates as soon as its next meeting. maria bartiromo asked jim grant, if he thinks the fed will raise rates. the mac i suspect the federal reserve will not act. that said i think wants to. i think it would love to normalize things. but i think it has missed his chance. >> this year no great height. the >> i don't think so. lauren: hewlett-packard enterprises changing with the climate. there will now spin off most of the technology services operations along with nearly 100,000 employees. build commercial similar operations at computer sciences corporation's in a deal worth $8.5 billion. investors of both companies like
an indiscriminate hp underpriced shows cherries rising 12% in computer science shares of 28% in extended trading. nicole: monsanto says the $60 billion offer is too low but it also says boston is more money. monsanto's rejection now shows the ball back into buyers to sweeten its offer. buyers says it is pleased that monsanto is willing to keep talking. the deal could create one of the world's largest agrochemical businesses. those stocks are up. monsanto closed 3% yesterday. lauren: other stocks include tiffany. the luxury jeweler expected to report lower sales results to a year ago. tiffany has instructed with customers who prefer to spend more on their homes are not traveling. the company has earned us to pick up in the second half of this year. cosco reports after the bell today.
analysts to report high results from a year ago. weaker than did same-store sales last month due to lower customer traffic. it's also phasing out tobacco sales. finally we'll hear from hewlett-packard after the close today. the maker of pcs and printers to post lower results compared to last year. nicole: a look at the headlines in today's edition of "the wall street journal." fannie and freddie need another bailout. a mix of accounting factors in politics could cause one or both mortgage finance companies to need more help from taxpayers. the arizona imf strike a deal on greek data. the agreement clears the way for fresh loans for greece but the most important debt relief measures will be enacted until 2018. terror attacks in air crashes weekend appetite. strong dollar boosts bookings by american tourists, but brussels and istanbul suffered major declines. lauren: coming up on apple's
digital systems theory may be going up against amazon's activated echo device. but is apple once again too late to the game? we will have that game for you. multiple ternate is causing trouble in the heartland yet again. fox meteorologist, maria molina, has the latest extreme weather in oklahoma cain says. to be open about looking like another update. futures rising 67 after putting in 213-point rally yesterday. s&p futures up 8.5. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets in break a news. -- and breaking news. ♪
nicole: good morning to you. 5:15 a.m. in new york get a fair compromise happening now. donald trump is zeroing in on the number of delegates he needs to win the republican nomination. trump on washington's 27 delegates yesterday, putting him 41 away from the target number. hillary clinton and senator sanders focusing offers a head of virginia senate primary. sanders is hoping for an upset and airing a new ad in the state. hewlett-packard enterprises made $8.5 billion deal. the computer sciences corporation.
hewlett packard enterprise will spin off operations and news of a deal that shares about those companies trading. but check out u.s. stock market futures after yesterday. stocks up over 200 points. all 10 sectors higher throughout the day. dow futures at 71, s&p futures up nine. that is what's happening now. lauren: things, nicole. apple might find another reason to use siri. the information says apple is working on linking siri to the vast menu of apps into a device at the speaker and microphone to compete with amazon's popular at go as well as google home. apple has not had a new category product since the release of the apple watch more than a year ago. apple late to the game when it comes to mp3s and the smart watches are now maybe days. maybe now they can dominate
here, too. lauren: millennial society is better to stay at home with mom and dad according to a study by the pew research center. more millennial to live in a home where the never before. 32% of millennial star crashing rather than living with a partner. in 1960, an all-time high of 62% of 18 to 34 euros bid with a part of roommate. just one of five are living with their parents at that time. factors such as did that come the high cost of first time since i've been expected wage growth are expected to play a role in this trend. tonsager make sense of the shack up with mom and dad, you don't have to do laundry put dinner. golden state warriors have their backs to the ball after being beaten again by the oklahoma city thunder. the nhl playoffs pittsburgh penguins versus tampa bay lightning into a deciding game seven of the eastern conference final. and then there is this.
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trigger that they did put on that chewbacca mask and read the world lasted another mom mom is making facebook history. this figure has been viewed 143 million times come and make it the most-watched facebook led video ever. she was invited to spend the day at his headquarters in california with none other than chewbacca. the two sipped coffee and rubber bikes together. no word on who made the better bulky sound. that's not all. he purchased the now sold-out mask from cole's. the video from the close park and not receive $2500 worth of merchandise from the departments toward to thank her for the free publicity. good luck trying to find that task. nicole: let's take a look at u.s. stock market futures. a brass tack it onto gains yesterday. dow futures at 72, s. and d. features a nine. lauren: checking key commodities. oil and gold to be outside $49.10 a barrel.
up 48 cents looking closer to fit your thoughts. go to start $8 or $12.23 an ounce. nicole: the latest from the world of sports pretty oklahoma city thunder beat the golden state warriors last night. to take a three games to one lead in the finals and posts the defending champ dance on the brink of elimination. golden state must win game five on thursday in oakland. pittsburgh penguins have tied their best-of-seven playoff series with the tampa bay lightning. the penguins won 5-to last night and i headed home for the deciding game seven of the eastern conference final thursday. serena williams needed only 42 minutes to get 77th ranked marina cove of slovakia. serena is tried for her second grand slam title which is open era record.
on the men's side, top seeds, novak chopra 90th ranked taiwan. lauren: and no-space. new york's finest and new york's bravest face up to a charity for about a month on the island, new york good in the end it looked pretty serious. the game is called the funds in a bowl. the team got together for the traditional postgame handshake that tempers flared as someone as were apparently exchanged. the end result was some bloody faces and bruised knuckles had lots of shoving and shouting. and the actual game, the n.y.p.d. beat the fire fighters 29-13. nicole: large and powerful tornadoes ripping through parts of america's heartland living to people fighting for their lives. 24 twisters in kansas just a line yesterday.
in oklahoma, half a dozen structures near total site and the thread is not over. fox meteorologist mario molina has been tracking it all and is here with the very latest. >> good morning. that's right. we expect the storm system to produce more severe weather across portions of the planes from texas to places like minnesota, iowa and across parts of south dakota. another widespread area of the country that could be looking at more activity just like this, like what you see in her screen with not only china does the large hail and damaging winds from a lot of storms forecast rule through. the threat of them continued throughout the day today are cast to continue the following day and also into friday. several days of continuous severe weather. another big concern with the storm system that we could be looking at heavy rain and thunderstorms through the same area day after day. flash flooding will be another thread. make sure they stay safe anywhere from price of texas to
portions of minnesota looking at severe weather today. lauren: i heard about lightning striking price of texans as well. >> lately been a threat, damaging winds. we really get mesmerized by images of tornadoes that there are many other threats with these storms that could cause a lot of damage and really could cause serious injury. make sure to stay home and have a way to get those weather warnings. lauren: thank you. donald trump is closer to clinching the republican nomination, taking more delegates in washington. >> we are winning. i love to win. we are going to win for the country did forget about me. we are planning for our country. trade with the latest delegate count. hp enterprise is getting smaller by selling a service is business to computer science. we will have that joy in the huge stock reaction to the news. you are watching trained ovens, your first look at money market
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nicole: breaking news this morning. donald trump closer to clinching the nomination at the one in washington. meanwhile, antitrust protesters smashed windows in albuquerque, new mexico. good morning. i am nicole petallides. lauren: good morning. i'm lauren simonetti. hillary clinton within striking distance of an inter partes nomination. bernie sanders not going quietly. we will have the for you. nicole: the taliban strong housing numbers in the rally and financials docs as well as u.s. market futures this moment. dow futures at 69. s&p futures up nine.
lauren: the nikkei jumped to number 1.5%. but in china to shanghai composite down a quarter of 1%. nicole: oil prices closing in on $50 a barrel at 49.09, up 47 cents. lauren: the head of the embattled transportation security administration has too explained that the agency is doing about the long airport security lines. nicole: at a $.5 billion in the tech thursday shares of hewlett-packard enterprises soaring. lauren: golden state warriors have their backs against the wall after being beat again by the oklahoma city tender. the pittsburgh penguins for is the tampa bay lightning to deciding game seven. 5:30 a.m. here in new york, maye welcome you to "fbn:am," your first look at today's markets, the latest breaking news on what to expect that they had. lauren: breaking news this
morning. donald trump getting closer to securing the gop nomination ahead of the convention. he has won the republican primary washington state, getting 27 delegates there. track nine is 41 delegates to reach the magic number of 1237. >> were going to have a very interesting race. opposed to coming out all over the place. we are winning. i love winning. we are going to win for the country. forget about me. we can't have four more years of obama and i think it's going to be obama lie. if it is hillary, it is obama light, believe me. lauren: a top adviser telling paul ryan is expected to announce his endorsement as early as this week, but a student speakers say nothing has been decided yet. nicole: on the democratic side, hillary clinton has won the primary washington state but it won't ever need delegates. democrats awarded delegates based on party caucuses in march
and sanders got 74 delegates. clinton had 27. clinton currently has 2293 delegate. she is 78 delegates short of clinching the nomination. without superdelegate, clinton is a 1768. b-bravo bernie sanders shows no signs of giving up. >> on june 7th, there is going to be a very important democratic primary here in california. if we win here, big in california. if we win the other finds dave on june 7th, we are going to go into the democratic convention with enormous momentum. lauren: bernie sanders requesting a week in a week canvassing kentucky's primary where he trails clinton by less than half a percentage point. the sanders campaign asking election officials to review electronic voting machines and
absentee ballots from last week's grammy. lauren: of violent anti-of violent anti-term process and on the perky, new mexico. there you see it. angry demonstrators outside the trump rallied -- they were burdening items you police responded with pepper spray and smoke bombs. the republican governor, susanna martinez, did not attend the rally and has yet to make an endorsement. nicole: hillary clinton bashing donald trump during appearance on the ellen degeneres show today. yesterday. clinton says she is concerned -- today. i'm sorry to clarify that. presumptive republican nominee has said against women. feedback he has been very
derogatory towards all kinds of women. he has specifically called out with him by name, in both of them. he has said that equal pay is an equal issue. he doesn't seem to think we need to do anything to create more jobs and raise incomes. nicole: hillary clinton added she did not think she would face in the general election. he's going to have to be held accountable for what he has said. lauren: democratic lawmakers discuss whether it congresswoman debbie wasserman schultz should step down as dnc chair woman before the convention in july. this has some democrats are courting hillary clinton, were dead to be wasserman schultz has become a divisive figure. the congresswoman has had an increasingly rocky relationship with her new sanders as well as supporters. sanders said if he were president, wasserman schultz of this or position. president obama selected her as dnc chair woman in 2011. nicole: the transportation
security administration on the hot day today. peter neffenger will testify and how he plans to reduce massive delays for travelers waiting to get through security causing people to miss their flights.oge of tsa security some administrative leave pending reassignment. congressman peter king says the solution is necessary whatever that may be. >> it has to be done at all costs. we can afford to waste 1 dollar. whatever money is needed to be spent should be spent. nicole: the tsa needs to hire more agents and use outside firms, some redundant fabrics is this airport. lauren: virginia governor terry mcauliffe put a new federal investigation into donations into his 2013 gubernatorial campaign has nothing to do with the clinton foundation. he's getting peppered which centers on a $120,000 donation
from the chinese businessman through u.s. businesses. >> there's no allegations of wrongdoing. it relates to the donor, valid donor since 2007. we fully vetted them. lauren: mcauliffe is a longtime ally of doing hillary clinton -- bill and hillary clinton. nicole: they exchange commission scrutinizing dockworkers personal finances. he failed to report signs of dollars in assets and income on his annual financial disclosure until "wall street journal" revealed the discrepancy last fall. the chairman of the committee on foreign relations now the presumptive republican nominee donald trump on monday. there have been speculations that he might be considered a trump running mate. lauren: let's get the latest of the egypt air crash did the plane crash in the to the
mediterranean sea did not show any technical problems before takeoff according to sources within the egyptian investigation committee. they say that wayne did not make contact with egyptian air traffic control, the controllers were able to see the aircraft on radar. the egyptian government suggesting human remains indicate there was an explosion on board. the country's forensic agency caused those reports baseless. nicole: the taliban finally acknowledge their former leader was killed in an american road strike at the taliban selected one of his deputies at the next leader. president obama said he had bonds soar had been killed in a drone strike on saturday in pakistan. lauren: let's get you caught a global market action overnight. mostly i powers to the nikkei in japan up 1.8% had the hong kong hang seng at .2%.
it was the shanghai in china that has been down a quarter of 1% today. nicole: in europe, greece gets $10 billion in financial aid -- 10 billion euros to help them along. right now looking on european markets or three quarters of 1%. the dax up 1.3%. lauren: ahead of the dallas federal reserve speaking today. the international trade numbers that the trade gap or march of this is a futures look-alike ahead of that. another 73 points the number 213-point came yesterday. s&p futures up nine. percentagewise it is up half a percent after a 2% drop yesterday. up about 25.6 morning. nicole: oil 4910, up 40 cents closer to 50. go donate dollars. lauren: the fed has indicated is interested to opening interest rates. the founder of grants interest
rate observer if he thinks the fed will raise rates. >> i expect the federal reserve will not act. the fed wants to. i think you would love to normalize things. i think it has missed its chance. >> said this year, no great type >> i don't think so. nicole: hewlett-packard enterprise is changing the evolving tech climate or the company resulted from the rake of hewlett-packard last fall is now going to spin off most of its technology service operations along with his 100,000 employees merged with similar operations of consumer sciences corporation. investors of both companies do like the newest hp enterprise shares rose about 12% after hours. computer sciences is a in extended trading.
$62 billion offer from germany's buyers to love, but it also says it's open to further offers did not tend to sweeten the offer. it is pleased that monsanto is going to keep talking. the deal could create the world's largest agrochemical businesses out there. nicole: here's a look at the headlines in today's edition of "the wall street journal." while fannie mae and freddie mac beat another bailout. politics could cause one or go to need more help from taxpayers. euro zone on the imf strike deals. the agreement clears the way for the most important debt relief measures won't be an act in until 2018. terror attacks in air crashes we can appetite for european travel. the strong dollar whose proteins of brussels and istanbul suffered major declines. lauren: apples digital assistant
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lauren: 5:45 a.m. in new york. donald trump doing in on the number of delegates he needs to win the republican nomination. trump 127 delegates yesterday putting them 41 away from the target number. hillary clinton and bernie sanders folks in #-number-sign california a head of the seventh primary. sanders hoping for an absent and is airing a new ad in the day. hewlett-packard enterprise has made $8.5 million deal with computer science corporation. hp enterprises cannot service operation. he said the deal sent shares of both companies soared in after-hours trading. checking a stock market futures.
dow futures higher by 82 points. s&p futures higher by 10, nasdaq gaining 26. nicole: apple may be planning to find another use for turn 11. the information is apple is working on linking siri to the vast menu of apps. the report says apple is working on ;-) and siri as divisive as speaker and microphone that would compete with amazon at go as well as google's recently announced google home. apple has not had a new category product since the release of the apple watch more than a year ago. lauren: many millennial society is better to stay home with mom and dad. more millennial so that home than ever before. 32% are passionate their parents place rather than living with a partner brittany. in 1960 an all-time high, 52% of 18 to 34 euros for the part of
her roommate. just one of five are living with their parents at that time. factors such as debt, the high cost of first-time home and slower than expected wage growth are believed to play a role in the trend. nicole: coming up in sports, the golden state orders have their backs to the wall by beating pete dye the western conference finals. in the nhl playoffs, the pittsburgh penguins for the tampa bay late inning into game seven of the eastern conference final. and then there is this. [laughter] 141 million views for this chewbacca lady mom made video on face the peer google has the story, what she's doing now in this video. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets
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ever. she was invited to spend the day at the facebook headquarters in california with another big chewbacca. the two set some coffee, road bikes. that is not all. a new purchase this now sold out chewbacca mask from coles received over $2500 worth of merchandise from the department store. lauren: u.s. stock market futures iraq. dow futures up 80 points. s&p futures higher by 10. nicole: looking closely at commodities. up this morning at 49 and change. $49.17. call down $8.1223 turnouts. lauren: the oklahoma city thunder beat the warriors 118 and 94 of the western conference finals with the defending nba
champions on the brink of a new nation. westbrook had a triple double with 11 rebounds and assists. golden state thursday note could keep their season alive. the pittsburgh penguins have tied their best-of-seven playoff series with the team. they went five to two last night and are headed home for the game seven of the eastern conference final thursday. washington finals and struggling matt harvey seven before last night. strassburg struck out 11 in washington, history of the season five home runs and higher pay. the mets dropped a game and a half behind the nationals in first place in the national league used. trade to new york's finest and new york's bravest face sunday in a charity football game at coney island. in the end, looked pretty serious. the game is called the fund had a ball but ended up in an all-out brawl.
the team got together for the traditional postgame handshake that tempers flared and some words were were apparently exchanged at the end result with bloody faces and bruised knuckles. lots of shoving and shouting as well. and the actual game, the n.y.p.d. beat the firefighters 29 to 13. lauren: large and powerful tremendous burping through america's heartland in the two people for the cause. in oklahoma, leveled by tulsa and the thread is not over. maria melinda tracking it all for us. good morning. reporter: good morning. expecting to see more storms throughout the day today. a lot of extreme weather across eastern colorado.
large hail at an event turn made us. the problem is the word man in places even after they had been with states like oklahoma and it continues as well as a halt into friday. isolated tornadoes will be possible that she appeared on the radar, relatively quiet we have heavy storms and rain pushing through portions of missouri and otherwise will continue to see service firing up throughout the afternoon hours across as the defender of the nation. over to you. nicole: we will run over the global market action. stay with us right here on trend seven.
chinatown at quarter of 1%. you could see across the board for japan up 1.5%. and the cost being korea gained over 1%. he's a look at how we see europe to the upside as well as the cac in france of over 1% from the dax five as greece gets over 10 billion euros at the financial lifeline they are. dow futures after the game yesterday at 77. almost half a percent. the s&p right now up on the standpoint. here's a look at commodities. we've been watching the oil above $49. gold pulls back about half of 1%. everybody's focused on the fed and will continue to be a topic on wall street. to take you through the next several hours, maria bartiromo. >> hey, nicole. good morning, everybody. i maria bartiromo.
top stories right now at 6:00 a.m. on the east coast. chaos in new mexico. new mexico. about directing outside donald trump's rally. protesters clashing with holy spirit come closer to securing the nomination outright with the win in the primary yesterday. for another big win, the endorsement of house speaker paul ryan. this has trump and hillary clinton ramp up attacks especially on the economy. >> he actually said he was hoping for the crash that caused hard-working families in california and across america to lose their homes. all because he thought he could take advantage of it to make some money. >> i see this lowlife. she puts on an ad that says you know donald trump was rooting against housing because he wants housing to go down because he wanted to buy it. if it goes down a finance