demonstrates it time and time again. pastor robert jeffers, always good to talk to you, i feel inspired. >> thank you, lou. lou: that is it for us tonight, tomorrow lauren: for easy news this morning. a chechen wife puts up a roadblock to the temporary travel ban. good morning. i am lauren simonetti. >> i am then forward nicole petallides. it would cost the state $3.8 billion lawmakers to repeal a controversial bathroom bill. lauren: and americans, investors might or another leg up or down is now a good time to rebalance your portfolio. we will ask rob morgan coming out. valid on night team. nasdaq down four. lea: stocks in japan fell as the
currency failed to give exporters a boost in china come to shanghai composite fell amid worries in real estate prices. lauren: shares getting hammered down 17% here here's the question. ours ring leggings really that boring? could be. we'll take a look. lea: biased amazon cto jeff bezos. lauren: the oklahoma thunder to an overtime win over the event of magic. blues clinch a playoff spot with a win with a winner for the arizona coyotes. lewis highlights. lea: is 5:01 a.m. here in new york. welcome to "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. good morning. lauren: good morning, everybody. a federal judge in hawaii decides to extend his order blocking president trumps revise
spin. the temporary order is extended until the state lawsuit is resolved. hawaii's attorney general says the judges decision affirms affirms values of religious freedom. >> the point that is making on the core premise that you could be looking at the document. lauren: to revise travel ban for six muslim countries mentoring the u.s. for 90 days. the next step for the administration would be an appeal to the ninth circuit court of appeals in san francisco. lea: north carolina's democratic governor and lawmakers reaching an agreement to end the controversial bathroom bill. the gop leaders say a new measure will be debated and voted on today. the bathroom bill requires transgender people to use public restrooms based on a per certificate. the bathroom bill could cost the state about $3.8 billion by 2028. north carolina had lost many
sports events and business expansion and that enacted the last year. >> fbi director james comey. he did not write it because officials from the administration blocked him. the alliance leadership dinner last night, he said his agency makes his decisions on a nonpartisan basis. >> we confuse people because a lot of people can't imagine people who aren't considering guys. i know them to make our decision is term it's going to follow. but honestly i don't care. if i thought about it carefully and in doing the right thing, making the right judgment, it doesn't matter was going to follow because it's not about that. lauren: candidate mark says leaders of the senate committee
will avoid politics improving russia's interference in the election. click vermin at the white house with those details. reporter: both leaders saying the investigation to russian interference in the election is the biggest investigation of their senate careers. mark warner and richard burr were unwilling at this time to say if they've seen any evidence linking the trump campaign to russia. the committee will start public hearings later today. the senators hope to come to a bipartisan collusion matches for the best interest of the u.s., but democracies worldwide as they believe russia is trying to manipulate other elections. >> we feel part of our responsibilities to educate the rest of the world about what's going on because it's now to character assassination of candidates. >> we cannot allow this to happen again. not in america's interest. >> to news conferences start from finger-pointing taking
place in the house intelligence committee. democrats are calling for the leader devin nunes to themselves. he would work with this counterpart, adam schiff and local concern. >> we are always concerned about this. who would keep a bipartisan. at the end of the day will do an investigation with or without them. they want. they wouldn't participate that's fine. reporter: the white house press secretary sean spicer saying he has not been anything problematic devin nunes has done. lauren: blake irving have a thank you. the senate intelligence committee will hold its first hearing today. lauren: meeting between president company president china has been confirmed. china's foreign minister said today president x i will meet at a subtype retreat april 7th. there'll be a number difficult issues to discuss including
north korea, south china sea and of course trade disputes. lauren: and a play has been charged with aiding china could the justice department include candice marie claiborne of making false statements about if she received from chinese intelligence agents. she was arrested on tuesday. claiborne allegedly concealed her contacts with the intelligence agents and to rert the gifts which iluded an iphone from the lab top of international travel and vacation. pleaded not guilty in a court appearance. >> and horrific crash killed at least 13 people. the crash involved a church bus and pick up truck. returning from the retrieved. the only survivors with officials determining the cause of the crash. >> a bus operated by the first
church was traveling south bound on u.s. 83. at the same time, and a white dodge pickup was traveling north on. for reasons unknown, the truck veered into the southbound lane and struck the bus head-on. lauren: first baptist new frontal church said counselors would be on hand today and asked for prayers for the church family. we'll be thinking of them. lauren: let's get you caught up end quote wired connection overnight. the japanese nikkei down .8%. the shanghai composite and china don't want%. the cost in south korea 10 to 1%. the hang seng in hong kong down a third. trade to the cac quarante higher just fractionally. lauren: stocks ipads and usb than a stick up for up four days and wrote another 6.5 points away from a record high. it's down four-point this
morning looking at the futures. don't futures and 21 come s&p futures down two and a quarter. >> whistler by 13 cents. gold by $4 to 12.52 at troy ounce. lauren: markets in a holding pattern on taxes and health care. it's now a good time for investors to rebound their portfolios? with rob morgan can achieve investment officer at. good morning. >> good morning, lauren. lauren: if you look at the sectors, typed by far the number one performer of 12% this quarter. energy is the worst performer down 7%. my question is now time to sell some of the winners and bias in the now stocks? >> certainly that is a form every ballot being. we certainly encourage clients. every client has an allocation
that matches up with risk and return preferences. rebalancing is a way to make sure the allocation is matt. >> and still underway energy. you've got you can't buy indiscriminately beaten down stocks. train to the end of the new quarter comes a new season. but she said the new earnings season will drive markets more by washington policy in which will you looking closer? >> well, i thought before the presidential election was a good earnings growth. double-digit earnings growth. stocks in the long-run father earning growth. i did think the markets got a little bit out of what to the high side based on enthusiasm about president trends policies and now at the health health cal following through last friday, maybe some of that shine will come off of the stocks.
a good earnings growth is going to drive stocks will have a pretty good earnings season coming up. trade to iraq, i want to drill into the investor enthusiasm you're talking about. are we losing stocks untranslated to this market. more fire against brokerage accounts. is this an unbridled sense of lushness? >> certainly, lauren. i have predicted the market come s&p with the 10% and is the host of 5% after one quarter. in my mind, that is unsustainable. the natural question to ask is a recording of a pullback correction of their market? warren buffett a few weeks ago said he still domestic about stocks and i would agree with him the reason he said interest rates are so low. so where is the competition for stocks? if interest rates go up dramatically and i don't perceive that, people could or have some thoughts. lauren: where do we go next?
>> i think we are going to see summer doldrums. the old go away. we are only coming up to april. lauren: summer doldrums that is. rob morgan, chief investment officer, thank you. trade to separate some of the stocks they are watching. fourth-quarter earnings frenzy your maker missed history estimate. lululemon also predicted sales to drop this quarter so the corporate is close, just don't shop online. said through a large colorful items next week. a different story for conoco phillips of the stock rallied 5.5%. oil company is selling its interest in the oil sands should enter for more than $17 billion in cash and stock. shares of legg mason hired next to the trading after the cub and he says it is laying off 3%
because of disruption in a money management industry. lauren: coming upcoming roadblock to donald trumps temporary travel ban as a judge in hawaii doubles down. here's a look at the national weather radar. severe storms continue to threaten this out. downed power lines. we will have the latest. a bit of a pullback yesterday for the dow up 42 points. dow futures down another 17. nasdaq futures down about three points this morning but the nasdaq up four days in a row. 6.5 points away from a record high. that is a good you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news.
lea: edified 15:00 a.m. in new york. let's say you caught up on what's happening now. another road lock for donald trump's travel ban. the order to freeze the band. the trump administration and asked the judge to reconsider the reader that this data could have been discriminated against muslims and hurt the state dependent economy. north carolina's controversial bathroom bill appear short-lived. republican lawmakers nonplussed not in agreement with roy cooper on legislation to repeal the law. the law requires transgender people to use public restrooms corresponding to the sex on
their birth certificate. keep an eye on shares of lululemon. or than 17% in extended trading after fourth-quarter earnings miss the street's estimate. lululemon warning of a sales job this quarter. u.s. stock market futures ahead of the opening bell pillow run the dow by 18. s&p futures lower by two and nasdaq futures lower by three. that's what's happening now. lauren: the pause that refreshes. a federal judge to extend his order blocking president lauren: buys travel ban. sanctuary cities take out a new strategy to stop defining threats. jenkins live in washington with the latest. >> a lot of immigration needs. to sanctuary cities in the low-cost day. the federal judge in who i temporary black president trends travel ban before it was set to take effect has extended his order. the u.s. district judge derek watson or restrict the
non-muslim travelers from maturity countries. in seattle, the mayor there cannot use it in the trump administration over threats to withhold with funds from century city to refuse to cooperate with federal immigration officials. the issue brought several century city mayors in police chiefs to washington yesterday for a meeting with dhs secretary john kelley trying to find common ground between the two. i headed over to get some answers. >> it is absolutely untrue that our priority is anything other than keeping our communities safe. >> we don't have the resources to be the haitian police, nor for jurisdictions that have allegedly rigged population would that be prudent. >> we cooperate with i.c.e. and make sure they're aware of who's in our custody. but we do not change the way we prosecute based on immigration status.
>> her first priorities get back as sophistry. cutting homeland security grants, cops funding, take resources away and threatening to take other resources away makes the problem worse not better. >> it's important to note that they are not sanctuary cities. what is all this mean? we are headed for a clear definion of what the sanctuary jurisdiction is. that could end up in the supreme court. at the end of the day, all about safety. >> thank you. lea: in sports, russell westbrook scores 57 points and leave the oklahoma diner to an overtime win over the magic. in hockey, st. louis blues conscious about what they're one over the arizona coyotes. we will have those highlights. why is amazon ceo jeff bezos smiling? a stock is a new record that is helping him beat warren buffett. we'll explain. dow futures lower by 17.
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shut down. 263 employees are being laid off and it's good it will be sold on amazon now. tr great amazon founder is the second richest person in the world it is a network of $75.6 billion according to bloomberg's billionaires index. a passmore and buffett of berkshire hathaway. no doubt thanks to a huge rally, hitting a record high yesterday, make another $1.5 billion. amazon shares at 50% in the past year. bezos is $7 billion richer since trump on the election. if you run to the richest men in the road from the bill gates net worth of $86 million. ortega, 74 billion launched the clothing line. mark stucker burke, founder and ceo of facebook comes in at number five. lea: time now for sports. the golden state warriors taken on the san antonio spurs with
kevin durand sidelined with a knee injury. lawyers looking for their first win of the season against the spurs. the spurs come out firing. danny green putting on a show with outline, not to, but very the 15th round. nothing going right for the warriors. the game assets. golden state on 22 of one point. here they come. matt byron sidestepped for three. next, clay thompson comes up the screen and has lululemon in the corner. warriors down three at the half. third order, bill three. he scores a game-high 29. golden state consult the way way back to win. 110-98. in orlando, russell westbrook with a huge night. westbrook with one hand. let's watch that again. westbrook jumpstarted the chin. down 13.
vendor down three. westbrook from the wing as the clutch three and we are going into overtime. westbrook ... way to the basket. 110-106. score 67 points and get it 38 triple double. you may remember last month we told you about area at duquesne. the 11-year-old cancer survivor and thanks to her hero, the blues took her on their road trip to phoenix. she and her mom traveled on the plane. they say that the hotel at the hotel at 15 minute tickets to the game. there she is fair. scored an impressive goal. the team now move on to colorado for another game. what a sweet story. >> i hope she sobers the colorful jacket. those adorable. to get it for free you have to drink it with an enemy. there's a promotion called high from the other side.
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lauren: breaking news this morning. a judge and a wife puts up a roadblock to donald trump's temporary avel ban. good morng. i am lauren simonetti. lea: good morning. i am lea gabrielle and for nicole petallides. $3.8 billion, north carolina lawmaker's are going to vote to repeal a controversial bathroom bill. lauren: in the market, perhaps the pause that refreshes as investors wait for another leg up or down it is now a good time to rebalance your portfolio? rod morgan came in at. dow futures down 21. nasdaq down four.
tranter in a circumstance in japan fell as the currency failed to give exporters say this. the shanghai composite fell 1% amid worries about real estate prices. lauren: lululemon is the stock to watch. shares getting hammered 17%. our spring break is really that boring? trying to buy amazon ceo jeff bezos smiling? and that's helping him beat warren buffett. we will explain. lauren: and sports, 57-point families the oklahoma diner to an overtime win over the land of magic. st. louis blues clinch a playoff spot with a win over the arizona coyotes. we love highlights. >> 5:31 a.m. in new york. welcome to "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. lauren: decay rate at the weekend. one more alarm clock. federal judge in hawaii deciding to extend his order blocking president trumps revise travel ban. the judge says the temporary borders extended until the
state's lawsuit is resolved. hawaii's attorney general praising the judge's decision. >> i think freedom of religion is very import. it's a very important principle, not just for the country, but also an important print over the state of hawaii. every state constitution as well. tranter the fires citizens for 90 days. the next ninth circuit court of appeals in san francisco. lea: north carolina democratic governor reaching an agreement to end a controversial bathroom bill. the gop leaders say a new be debated and voted today. the bathroom bill requires transgender people to use public restrooms based on their per certificate or. this comes as a new study say in the bathroom bill could cost the state $3.8 billion by 2028. north carolina has lost any of
its sports events and business expansion since it enacted the bill last year. lauren: fbi director james comey was apparently ready to read an op-ed. "newsweek" magazine reporting he did not write the op-ed because officials from the administration blocked him from doing so. meanwhile, the alliance leadership dinner last night, comey says that the agency made decisions on a nonpartisan basis. >> we confuse people because a lot of people can't imagine people who aren't considering sites. i know when i make our decision is is firm is going to follow. but honestly i don't care. if i thought about it carefully and in doing the right thing, making the right judgment, it doesn't matter what it's going to follow because it is not about that. tranter this comes as leaders of the senate intelligence committee will avoid politics and probing russia's interference in the election.
but durbin at the white house with details. >> both leaders of the senate intelligence committee say the investigation into russian interference in the election is the biggest investigation of their senate careers. mark warner and richard burr were unwilling at this time to say if they had seen any evidence linking the term campaign to russia. their committee will start public hearings later today. both senators say they hope to come to a bipartisan conclusion matches for the best interest of the u.s., that democracies worldwide. they believe russia is trying to manipulate other elections. >> we feel part of our responsibility is to educate the rest of the world about what is going on. it's now into characters fascination of candidates. >> we cannot allow this to happen again. it can favor one party. russia will have to act in self-interest, not america's. >> the finger-pointing taking place on the house intelligence committee, democrats call for
devin nunes to recuse himself. he asked if he could work with this counterpart, adam schiff and spoke of concerns. >> are you worried about being able to work with mr. schiff? >> we're always concerned and want to keep it bipartisan. at the end of the day, we will do an investigation, with or without them and if they want to participate, that's fine. >> the white house press secretary sean space or have not seen anything problematic done. back to you in new york. tranter the senate intelligence committee will hurt its first 10 of 10:00 a. eastern time. tranter meeting betwee president trump and the president of china has been confirmed by china. president xi jinping will meet at trump added mar-a-lago retreat april 6 and 7. that will be their first meeting with the number of difficult issues to discuss including north korea and the south china
sea and of course trade disputes. >> depended from health care to taxpayers could be welcome news to many americans. according to the fox news poll, 73% one estate tax refund this year but an overwhelming surety of republicans, independents as well as majority democrats. we want tax reform. three quarters of the saints. take a 5% their taxes are too high. down from 63% in march of 2015. we want to point out this poll was taken trade march 12th and 14th goodfellas before house republicans pulled the health care replacement bill. train to escape out of the global market action overnight. stocks in asia right now. the key japan done that a 10 to 1%. hang seng in hong kong at 31%. shanghai composite in china fallen back 1% and the cost be one 10th of 1%. tranter european stocks hanging on as work is underway.
the ftse 100 has slipped. down seven points. cac down three committee asked down eight. lea: dow futures lower by 17. nasdaq futures lower by three. lauren: a pullback in the u.s. oil is down at 49.41. go 41 people done for bucks at 12.52 announced. lea: markets appear to be in a holding pattern as investors wait for news from washington on taxes and health care. it's now a good time for investors to rebalance your portfolio? let's ask about morgan. good morning, rob. >> good morning, leon. lea: what sectors do like right now? >> my favorite set pairs are financials, technology and consumer staples. financials really should do well because as rates rise in the yield curve steep, that will help their profits. technology seems to be
regardless of what the president does it policies on a good track right now. consumer staples a little more defensive. after the president health care bill fell through on friday, had at least some defensive exposure makes some sense. lauren: what is your take on energy, rob? a great performer. down by 7%. what's your take on the rest of the year? opec will extend cuts and the like. when you think? >> lauren, i'm underweight the energy space right now for a number of reasons. there doesn't seem to be a lot of visible earnings growth in the states. also, commodities in general if some of the shine comes off a truck policies. commodities in general including the energy space would probably suffer. lea: let's talk about should market a dsp should overweight small-cap stocks versus large. do you think small-cap stocks have more room to run?
>> well, i think the theme here is the dollar is going to continue to rise. when that happens, that really hurts the big cap u.s. multinationals. it hurts their earnings. conversely, that favors small cap stocks. i would say they certainly have some room to run here. lauren: the final look at gdp for the fourth quarter. i know this is during president obama said for the most part. we are expecting 2% growth. how do you get the economy to grow to 3% 4% sustained pace? i know there's no answer to the question that's easy. >> hopefully they're still optimism that deregulation and tax reform is going to help provide a foundation for that to happen. 4% may be unrealistic. yeah, we need to start getting closer to three.
that's for sure. hopefully policy changes will move us in that direction. trade to facebook on amazon, netflix and google, those all had record margin up sharply year to date. you mentioned you like a stocks. do you expect them to continue to perform? >> well, those in particular -- some of them are starting to reach no-space as far as their ratios go. ceainly it don't mean that in a diversified purple it would make sense. in general, i feel pretty positive about technology space. lauren: tack on a financials and staples. why do i keep feeling this is a market that only want to go up? >> we are up 5% already this year in my project would be up only 10. i think we are going to see a kind of a sideways market here before too long. >> will see how those
administrative policies come in place. nice to see you. we'll see you soon. lauren: the headlines in today's edition of "the wall street journal." the u.s. often gets called for a shift in the north american free trade agreement. the trump administration signaling to congress it will seek mostly modest changes in upcoming negotiations with mexico and canada despite president trump have been called the trade deal a disaster during the campaign. margin debt at an all-time high in february. the amount investors borrow against brokerage accounts claimed her record high in february. a fresh sign the bullishness on the stock market, but can also signal a warning that investors are losing sight of market risk than i did not can only go up. the federal communications commission teaser that will change that could spark more tv industry mergers. if approved by the sec, that isn the national cap in national cap in the audience said for station owners. i could touch off a new wave of mergers and acquisitions.
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their birth certificate. keep an eye on shares of lululemon. the site getting hammered. down 18% in premarket trading. after fourth-quarter earnings, also warning to the sales drop this quarter. apparently there's not enough color so next week they are added or to their line. for markets overall, a flat open this morning. dow futures down 13 points. s&p and nasdaq down to. lea: but most things, there's a right winner on way wrong way to tap into your retirement savings. gerri willis takes a look at what you need to know. reporter: thinking that tapping into your 401(k) for the first time? listen up because if they don't follow the governments incredibly complicated rules requiring minimum distributions for retirees committee could end up owing a big tax bill. april 1 is the deadline for first-timers to take money for retirement savings. the iris ruiz is.
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lauren: amazon.com pulling the plug on a company about for $5 million. he now says that first to remake the company behind diapers.com from efforts to make it profitable has so it is being shut down 263 employees being laid off and its goods will then be sold on amazon.com. lauren: amazon founder jeff sabonis a second richest person in the world.
an outbreak of $75.6 billion according to the billionaire's index. bezos moved out of things to a rally in amazon shares her record high yesterday, making $1.5 billion. amazon shares at 50% in the past year. by the way, and bezos is $7 billion richer since donald trump on the election. if you're wondering who the richest man in the road is connected is bill gates at the network of $86 billion. i mean at the top that number for comment ortega at number four and facebook corp. founder mark tran 11 at number five. trend for the golden state warriors taken on the san antonio spurs with kevin durand still sidelined with a knee injury. warriors looking for their first win of the season. the spurs come out firing. first-quarter committee and a green putting on a show with not
one, not two, but three triples. open with the 15 that they ran. nothing going right for the warriors. mce misses the easy death. golden state on 22 at one point. if they can't. not bright spots up for three. craig thompson comes up the screen and history in the corner. warriors down three at the half in the third quarter cd that nails this right here. he scores a game-high 29 points. golden state comes all the way back to win it once had-98. in orlando, russell westbrook leads his own comeback against the magic. third-quarter but the huge one-handed job. watch it again. westbrook nearly jumped out. down 13, final seconds. the thunder down three. we are going into overtime, people.
definitely not 1114-minus six. 67 points and gets his 38th triple-double. you might remember last month we told you that area to do again, the 11-year-old cancer survivor. thanks to her hero, the blues took her on a road trip to phoenix. she and her mom traveled on the team plane come in state at the hotel and had tickets to the game. in true storybook fashion, scored an impressive goal in the blues 3-wide win. the team and arianne team and airy and i now move on to colorado for another team. lea: starbucks wants to be people of different political opinions together. i've printed this is between business school. the goal is match up liberals and conservatives to create healthy discussion in politics. there was another starbucks customer nearby from the opposite political party. each user gets half of a
starbucks gift card that can be unlocked when the two worked together. the payoff is a free cup of coffee and maybe some tolerance for the other side. lauren: say goodbye to these risky tv ads for carlos -- carl's junior. they are very risqué. the ones that featured paris hilton and kate upton in bikinis. the chain wants to grow. the restaurant setting up ad campaign that openly mocks the attitude of the kidnap. these actually work or they lead to higher sales for the company for years to the parent company ck the restaurant is redesigning atl. it's bringing out a new ceo to replace andy pazner who is stepping down. we will hear more about the plan for the future when he joined stuart varney this morning on guardian company. lea: coming up, we'll tell you
i would imagine don't do it while you're driving. >> i wonder if he actually drew that unicorn while driving. thanks for joining us here this morning it nictoee you. >> "mornings with maria" starts right now. maria: hey there, ladies. lauren comest you in a few minutes. happy thursday to you. i am maria bartiromo. it is thursday, march 30th. 6:00 a.m. on the east coast. top priority for president trump. brittany fox news polls this morning show american voters want two things this year and we know what they are. job creation and lower taxes. new details on russia's alleged meddling. james comey reportedly tried exposing the tampering before election day, that he was blocked from doing so. meanwhile, tragedy in texas. a pickup truck crashes into a church bus killing 13 seniors returning from a retreat. the senior pastor thanked the community for coming