lauren: breaking news this morning. new developments from the hillary clinton e-mail scandal in fox exclusive. good morning, i'm lauren simonetti. nicole: good morning, i'm nicole petallides. donald trump reaches out to veterans all over memorial weekend. today trump will hold for veterans. lauren: last day for may, if you went away, you saved. the nasdaq up more than 3% in may checking in on u.s. stock market futures on this final trading day. dow futures higher by 10 points.
s&p down half a point. nicole: shanghai composite ended more than 3% higher on increasing speculation chinese stock will be added to a key global benchmarks. lauren: oil prices up over 7% in may. right now crude continuing the trend. nicole: north korea tries but fails to launch a missile putting on alert. lauren: 7-week strike. nicole: in sports the golden state warriors make history after game seven victory over oklahoma city thunder. in hockey, stanley cup is under way and we will tell you who took the lead. lauren: good morning, it's 5:01 a.m. in new york. even though it feels like monday
state this week. she was originally scheduled to campaign in new jersey. this as the clinton campaign tried to avoid embarrassing defeat to best. >> if you promise not to tell hillary clinton, i don't want to add to her anxiety, if you promise not to tell her we are going to win on june 7th. lawyer our lauren: try today rush the podium. sanders security stop it had protestors before they could reach them. nicole: donald trump set in january. the disposition of proceeds from the fundraiser have been the
subject of controversy. over the weekend, trump met with veterans at an annual biker rally in washington, d.c. >> we have to take care of our vets and in many cases illegal immigrant are taking much care, really are taking much better care by this country taking care than our veterans and that's not going to happen. it's not going to happen. nicole: well, donald trump is scheduled to hold press conference at 11:00 a.m. eastern time at new york's trump's tower. lauren: libertarian party johnson as nominee in convention in orlando. the party's nominee back in 2012 and he had about 1% of the popular vote in that election. a recent fox news poll show johnson getting 10% support in the race against donald trump and hillary clinton. listen.
>> bill was nominated as vice presidential candidates. who governors that have served in heavily blue states and small-government guys but socially liberal and i think that's the makeup of most people in this country. lauren: so that would be the ticket. 63-year-old was governor of new mexico from 1995 to 2003. nicole: another failed missile test for north korea. north -- korea, north korea attempt today fire an intermediate range ballistic missile. south korea says they all failed. lauren: iraqi special forces advancing to felusia yesterday but having a hard time getting into the city that's because islamic state extremists are
gathering to serve as human shields, the u.s. is backing iraqi forces in the operation with air strikes. nicole: largest airline in latin america is suspending tides to venezuela. this comes after germany luthansa said it would suspend to this company. venezuela owes 100 million-dollar in ticket revenues. venezuela is in crisis. this video first aired last week people ambushing and looting the grocery trucks and others fighting for food outside shopping mall. lauren: at least six people have died in flooding across large areas of texas, record-breaking rain since the middle of last
week. the thunderstorms have dropped pockets of bombs, the town of kurville suffered damage. >> we saw widespread inundatons and flooding. nicole: he stands by his decision to kill a gorilla after 3-year-old boy flipped into enclosure. zoo keepers shot and killed rare gorilla on saturday afternoon in cincinnati zoo. the shooting set off an outcry over how the situation was handled. zoo director says there's no doubt that the boy's life was endanger. >> poem who question that or
second guessers don't understand that you can't take a gorilla silverback. this is a dangerous animal. >> the zoo keeper shot the 450-pound gorilla with a rifle rather than tranquilizing him. lauren: that was a tough call and controversial, indeed. in asia second day of trading, check out the shanghai composite in china, this is the biggest daily gain. up 3.3%. goldman raises to about 70% and have them take off like that. by the way, $1.7 trillion track that punch -- bench mark.
hang seng up and kospi up .8% in to the korea. nicole: all down arrows in the european markets. turning things around, two tenths of a percent lost. the cac quarante down and ftse down the same amount lauren: u.s. stock market futures are trading mixed. futures up 14. remind you 99 points this month. s&p down fractionally right in and out and nasdaq up 5 and a half points. >> nicole: let's see where oil is trading right now, up 14 cents and gold is pulling back just over 3 bucks. lauren: with all the speculation about what the fed will do in interest rates, the may job's report on friday takes on significance. analysts are expect today see 161,000 jobs created, that's a
thousand more than the prior month. that's expect today drop to 4.9% from 5%. an average earnings, this is key, expect today rise two tenths of 1%, they rose two tenths of 1% in april. nicole: organization of petroleum countries said to meet in viena. questions about saudi arabia minister are expected to dominate that meeting. long line of opec representatives from saudi arabia and has a full plate of pressing responsibilities as tensions between saudi arabia and iran continue to rise and the country tries to overall the economy. meanwhile widely expect that had members of opec will not agree on any plan to curtail these supplies. lauren: verizon contract agreement with striking employees, nearly 40,000 verizon employees plan to work to work
tomorrow, this deal includes new call center jobs, 1 in raises over four years. it also makes healthcare plan changes to save the company money. this strike began april the 13th, lasted about seven weeks. they'll be headed back to work it appears tomorrow. nicole: here is a look at the headlines in today's edition of the wall street journal. how a big bank makes big money, tracking citigroups aspirations and shortcomings of the banks. rum makers, big money clashes over who gets the havana club brand in the united states, and the viacom board prepares for fight of independent directors. lauren: coming up, attorney general eric holder said edward snowden broke the law when he leaked classified documents.
hard to believe but holder said that what snowden did was actually a good thing. >> snowden did what he did but i think he performed a public service by raising the debate that we engage in. lauren: public service, we will have the story. historic floodings swamp texas, more rain on the way. we are going to have the forecast for you from fox meteorologist maria molina, you're watching fbn:am tuesday morning, welcome back from long weekend. you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news
nicole: we hope you had a wonderful weekend. it's 5:15 a.m. in new york. in an interview with fox news the state department former top watch rejected hillary clinton's repeated claims that her personal e-mail use was in loin with her predecessors and he said he would have immediately opened an investigation if he found out that secretary of state was using such an account. donald trump plans to announce today how much money he has raised for military veterans. trump has claimed that he raised $6 million for veterans. he's -- he was originally going
to make the announcement yesterday. employees are set to return to work tomorrow. nearly 40,000 verizon employees went on strike more than six weeks ago. let's check out u.s. stock market futures now ahead of the opening bell. slightly higher, we are seeing the dow up, 1 tenth of 1% gain and nasdaq lightly higher. that's what's happening now, lauren. lauren: thank you, nicole. iraq holder says that edward snowden should return to the u.s. for leaking classified information for working as a contractor in 2013 but holder told david that he believes some good did come out of snowden's actions. >> snowden did what he did but i think he actually performed a public service by raising the debate we engaged in and by the change that is we made.
doing what he did, the way he did it was inappropriate and illegal. >> snowden has said he would return to the united states if he would receive a fair trial. more wicked weather is said to wreck havoc, winds, hail and possible tornadoes are set to span from texas to north dakota, three twisters already touching down in colorado overnight. fox meteorologist maria molina is here with the very latest for us. good morning, maria, happy tuesday. maria: haup tuesday, a lot of rough weather particularly across texas with days of heavy rain and forecast calls for more possible flooding out here. take a look at the radar right now. we do have a number of flood
warnings in effect out there and the reason for that is that we have ongoing flooding out here in places like houston and surrounding areas and river flooding as well. it's a huge concern because forecast to continue as more heavy rains continue to come in this area. some areas could see as much as 8-inches of rain in addition to what they have seen. flooding continues to be a big threat out there. even across the florida, panhandle with damaging winds, large hail and even some isolated tornadoes possible out there otherwise across parts of eastern u.s., most of the heavy rain across parts of north carolina as bonnie continues to exit the region. lauren: maria molina, thank you very much. nicole: block buster season gets off to a slow start. latest superhero sequel had very little to celebrate.
>> you have all my children and you must because you follow blind leaders, but i am here now . i'm here for you. lauren: it was a rough weekend for two holiday franchises. x men led, the sequel lagged in comparison x men in the past. $34.2million over the four-day weekend. coming in behind x-men, angry birds movie that was third, captain america silver war was fourth with 19.7 million and neighbors rounding up top 5 with 1 # $.4 million over the weekend. >> nicole: lets take a look at u.s. stock market futures, great month of may, looking right now at the futures, nasdaq gaining
8. lauren: checking on commodities. oil prices rising again. gold is giving back $3 to 12.13. nicole: nba champs have made history again. golden state warriors the tenth team to win game series after flling behind 3 to 1. steph curry had seven three pointers to lead the squad to nba finals. they will take cleveland cavaliers where the warriors won the series. game one will begin 9:00 o'clock on thursday night. lauren: speaking of game one, stanley cup finals last night. 3 to 2 victory over the sharks. pittsburgh took two to nothing and the game was late in the
third period when nick scored the go-ahead goal to give the penguins that win. game two in pittsburgh tomorrow night. for the first time french open was rained out. second time in tournaments 115-year history the entire day of play was washed out. 60 matches were postponed yesterday and play resume today. this is the only grand slam venue without a retractable roof. lauren: that's interesting. internet companies like google and facebook rely heavily on advertising but coming under threat from new technology. study finds one and five users, 120 million people worldwide are blocking advertising when browing a web on their cell phones. that's actually a 90% increase in the past year. nicole: coming up donald trump reaches out to veterans over the memorial day weekend.
>> immigrant are taking much care, really, are taking much better care by this country taken care than our veterans and that's not going to happen. nicole: today trump will hold rally. verizon works will return to work this week. we will tell you what each got. let's check out of u.s. stock market futures. last trading day of may, s&p futures a half. nasdaq gaining almost 8. checking on oil this moment, and we see oil in 49-dollar change at 49.49 gaining 16 cents this morning. you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news.
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nicole: breaking news this morning. new developments on the hillary clinton scandal on fox es cluizive. former state watchdog rejects e-mail claim of clinton's. good morning, i'm nicole petallides. lauren: good morning, i'm lauren simonetti. donald trump reaches out to veterans over the mem memorial day weekend and today trump will hold fundraising efforts for veterans. >> in the markets, today is the last trading day for the month of day, well, you just missed out on some of the monthly gains, dow half a percent and the nasdaq up over 3% sent. let's check out u.s. stock market futures this morning. right now dow futures up 24, s&p
futures up 1. nasdaq up 8. lauren: in asia nikkei rising 1 #%. in china, however, the shanghai composite ending more than 3% higher on increasing speculation that chinese stocks will be added to key global benchmark. north korea tried but failed missile launch. nicole: settling a seven-week strike. lauren: in sports golden state warriors make history over victory over oklahoma city thunder and quest for stanley cup is underway. we will tell you who took the lead. nicole: it is 5:31 a.m. in new york, may 31st, we welcome to you to fbn:am, first look at
morning markets and what to expect ahead. lauren: former inspector general of the state department rejecting hillary clinton's claims that her use of personal e-mail was in line with her predecessors. department's top watchdog from april 2005 to january of 2008. listen. >> certainly to my knowledge, secretary rice did not have e-mail server or i certainly didn't receive e-mail to one and received from one, i would had been stun to send an e-mail to her at a personal server or private address, i would have declined to do so on security grounds. lauren: strong comments there. during clinton's four-year term there was no inspector general in place at the state department. nicole: battle for california intensifies, hillary clinton canceling an event in new jersey to spend more time in the golden state this week, she was originally scheduled to campaign
in new jersey on wednesday and on thursday, this is the clinton tries to avoid embarrassing defeat to bernie sanders. vermont senator has been heavily campaigning in california. >> if you promise not to tell secretary clinton, she's getting very nervous lately and i don't want to add to her anxiety, so if you promise not to tell her, we are going to win here in california on june 7th. nicole: a group of animal right activists interrupted a rally sanders in northern california when they jumped barricades and try today rush the podium. sanders security stopped protestors before they could actually reach them. lauren: on the republican side donald trump to hold a press conference to unveil list of groups that have received donations back in january, allocation of proceeds from that fund fundraiser have been controversial.
trump met with veterans over the weekend. >> we have to take care of our vets, in many cases, illegal immigrant are taken much care, really, taken much better care by this country taking care than our veterans and that's not going to happen, okay. it's not going to happen. >> trump is scheduled to hold that press conference at 11:00 a.m. eastern at new york's trump tower. nicole: libertarian party nominating johnson as presidential nominee as it convention in orlando. johnson was also the party's nominee back in 2012 add 1% of popular vote in that election. recent fox news poll johnson getting 10% support in race against trump and clinton. >> bill was also nominated this weekend as my presidential candidate, so we are two governors that have served heavily blue states as
republicans, so we are small government guys but we are also socially liberal. and i think that's the makeup of most people in this country. nicole: 63-year-old was governor of new mexico from 1995 to 2003. >> johnson weld, got it. another failed missile test for north korea. north korea launched a missile from east coast today but appears to have failed. in april north korea attempt today fire ballistic missile three times but south korea says they all failed. nicole: iraqi forces advance to fallujah yesterday. islamic extremists are gathering civilians to serve as human shields. fallujah is second urban stronghold in iraq. u.s. backing iraqi forces with air strikes. lauren: largest airline in latin
america is suspending flights to venezuela because of the economic situation there. this comes a day after luthansa was suspending. venezuela owes it more than 100 million-dollar in ticket revenue. this is a video we first aired and showed you last week. some people ambushing and looting grocery trucks, other eating and then fighting over old food thrown away in the garbage outside of the shopping malls. this is out desperate that situation has become. nicole: record-breaking rain since the middle of last week has swallowed cars and damaged houses and since wednesday the thunderstorms have dropped pockets of intensely heavy rains known as rain bombs. the town of kurville suffered
intensive damage. dropped about four and a half inches of rain in a couple of hours, so we saw widespread inundations and flooding. nicole: we will have more on the texas floods from our moan meteorologist maria molina. that's coming up. lauren: in asia all up arrows, shanghai composite surging 3.3%. nikkei in japan up 1%, the hang seng in hong kong up .9%. nicole: so all up arrows in asia. let's take a look at europe, down arrows there. roughly 1 tenth of 1 percent of all three major averages. lauren: here in the u.s. it's been a great month for stocks, on the final day it's a little bit muted. dow futures up 19 points, s&p futures up half a point and nasdaq up 7 points but it's a
busy week for economic data culminating with may job's report due friday morning. nicole: we have oil higher, the gold pulls back 2.80. lauren: can you believe this would be the first down month getting back to that job's report with all the speculation about when federal reserve will raise interest rates when it meets in a couple of weeks, the may job report is due on friday added significance, analysts expected to takes 61,000 jobs added, that's a thousand more in than the prior month, as for unemployment rate expected to drop 4.9% from 5%. an average earning expected to be two tenths of 1% compare today three tenths in april. nicole: organization of the exporting companies set to meet in viena and question saudi arabia new minister expected to
dominate the meeting. joins a long line of powerful opec representatives from saudi arabia. he has a full plate of responsibilities as tensions between saudi arabia and iran continue to rise and the country tries to overall its economy. meanwhile widely expected that members of opec will not agree on any plans to curtail the supplies. lauren: verizon reaching a contract agreement with striking employees. nearly 40,000 verizon employees plan to work tomorrow. the deals 300 new call center jobs and 11% in raises over four years. it also makes some healthcare plan changes that would favorrize in money, the strike began april 13th, lasted about seven weeks. nicole: 19% in the first quarter as struggle to deal with scandal over cared equipped to cheat emissions test. the company faces plunging sales
in russia and brazil due to troubled economies there. heavy recalls with engine-control software that e vaded emission's test. the stock is lower. lauren: michael kor's leading. company's better than expected holiday. michael kors shares are down. they might dump kors handbags, for instance. bradley also reports tomorrow morning before opening bell. the company stock has held better than rivals thanks the fiscal first-quarter results. shares are up almost 14% in the past year. tv recording service is out after the close today.
wall street is anticipating the company to report earnings about the same as last year. revenue expect today decline year over year. the deal is expect today close in the third quarter, shares are down about 5% in the past year. nicole: here is a look at the headlines of today's edition of wall street. how big bank makes money. tracking citigroup. citigroup's evolution track shortcomings of the bank. banks in spirited battle. big money clash arises over who gets havana club brand here in the united states. prepares for fight with redstone. gearing up for a legal battle to keep their seats. lauren: coming up attorney general eric holder says hard to believe but holder now says what snowden did was actually a good
lauren: good morning to you. happy tuesday. it's 5:45 a.m. in the east coast. the state department's former top watch cl dog rejected hillary clinton's repeated claims that her personal e-mail use was in line with her predecessors, he said he would have immediately opened an investigation if he found out a secretary of state was using such an account. donald trump plans to announce today how much money he has raised for military veterans, trump has claimed that he raised $6 million for vets. verizon and striking unions have reached a four-year contract and employees are set to go back to
work tomorrow nearly 40,000 of them went on strike. element seven weeks ago. checking u.s. stock market futures ahead of the opening bell. dow 20-point pop at the open. nasdaq futures up by 7 points this morning, anything ole. nicole: all right. eric holder says snowden should return to the united states, but holder told david axelrod on the ax files, that he believed some good did come out of snowden's actions. >> snow den did what he did but he actually performed a public service by raising the debate we engaged in and by the changes that we made. i will say that doing what he did and the way he did it was inappropriate and illegal.
nicole: snowden said he would return to the united states if received a fair trial. johnny depp, alice of the looking glass bombs at the box office and the sequel had little to celebrate. >> he always had four followers. >> like the four horsemen from the apocalpse. nicole: golden state warriors continue to make history over oklahoma city thunder to make it back to the nba finals. in the nhl quest for stanley cup is underway and we will tell you who took the lead so far. let's check out u.s. stock market futures after all indices have gained. last trading day. dow futures up 19. s&p futures up a quarter of 1 point. nasdaq six and a half. you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news.
days of future past that opened memorial weekend two years ago. disney alice flopped, that came behind x-men, angry birds movie was third. captain america civil war was fourth with 19.7 million and neighbors 2 with $11.4 million. nicole: first star wars spin-off, star wars story may go expensive over the summer, executives at disney are not satisfied with the first cut. this means the movie may need to have four weeks of reshoot in the month of july. due to released december 16th. lauren: reining nba champs have made history again. tenth team to win series after
falling behind 3 to 1. steph curry has seven three pointers to lead the squad back to nba finals. they will take on cleveland cavaliers in a rematch of last year's finals where the warriors won that series 4-2. game one at 9:00 o'clock on thursday night and speaking of game one, the stanley cup finals began last night. the penguins were the team that came out on top over the sharks. pittsburgh took a 2 to nothing lead. the game would stay tied in late third period when nick scored the go-ahead goal to give the penguins the win. game two in pittsburgh tomorrow night. in baseball bright harper left the game after being hit by a pitch, the reining national league mvp staid on base, harper was seeing walking around with a
slight limp. harper is day-to-day. nicole: winner of indy 500 was rooky alexander rosie from california. his team andrety auto sport. make sure you go to fox foxbusiness.com. you can send us some questions that maybe that i could ask him. lauren: we have flood soaked texas bracing for the worst this morning as more wicked weather said to wreck havoc to the plains today. possible tornadoes are set to expand from texas to north dakota, three twitters touching down overnight. fox meteorologist maria molina, here with the very latest, here, maria. maria: good morning, we are
expecting more severe weather. right now the radar is relatively quiet across parts of texas. some light rain right now, we do have warnings in effect across several areas of texas, we have ongoing river flooding out there. many rivers remain at flood stage and will continue to do so through the day today. that's a big concern. over the next couple of days, several more inches of rain, we are talking as much as 6 to 8-inches of rain out there, that could bring additional flooding, severe storms possible not only from texas but parts of wisconsin, florida and panhandle. relatively low threat today, even isolated torpids will continue to be possible. otherwise across the eastern u.s., dealing with a lot of tropical moisture making things muggy out there. the forecast to continue but most of the heavy rain concentrated across portions of north carolina over the next few
days, several inches of rain in the forecast. temperatures will be heating up across the nation specially out west. lauren: thank you, maria molina. nicole: coming down we will run down morning action before we hand it over to mornings with maria. oil gaining, gold pulls back it's more than a network. it's how you stay connected. with centurylink as your trusted technology partner, you get an industry leading broadband network and cloud and hosting services. centurylink. your link to what's next.
nicole: let's check out what's going on with u.s. stock market futures this morning. right now we have europe is lower, asia is higher, right here at home we have up arrows. dow is up about a half a percent. dow futures up 23 and s&p also gaining. looking here at oil and gold, we've had oil up three weeks in a row. it is continue to go gain here. up 16 cents at 49.49 the barrel as gold is pulling back about two and a half bucks. let's take a look at the currency board here. checking out how the u.s. dollar, strong u.s. dollar lately. everybody is waiting for fed hike as well. we are seeing the euro is stronger against the dollar, japanese yen as well. we have a lot coming up. opec, ecb and jobs just to name a few things and maria bartiromo is going to take us for the next
several hours. maria: i'm maria bartiromo, happy tuesday, it is tuesday may 31st, top stories right now 6:00 a.m. on the east coast. donald trump support for veterans over memorial weekend. he will te dale donations to veteran charities. meanwhile bernie sanders sharpening his attacks on presumptive nominee this weekend. >> let me worry about hillary clinton right now. we worry about donald trump this big macho guy, he said he we wanted to debate bernie sanders and he said he didn't. maria: sanders making time on campaign trial. he went to golden state warriors game sating with actor compared his run for the white house to western conference finals, the warriors coming out baa two-game deficit against the thunder.