potus on messaging and stop backing away from promises we voted for. be with us tomorrow. nicole: breaking news this morning. house speaker potter and pushes back on the time and for tax reform. our voters as impatience? good morning to you. i am lauren: good morning. i'm training for pure earnings disappointments of suicide at the features pointing higher. california paid nasdaq -- the shanghai composite index up fractionally. lauren: oil prices down three days in a row.
on top of an extension of opec production cuts come as a $50.90 a barrel right now, a gain of 1%. nicole: admitted political crisis, venezuela seizes a general motors plant. we will tell you all about it. lauren: will you from telecom giant verizon after the ceo said he was open to doing deals with media giant including disney and comcast. nicole: in sports, even without their star, kevin durant, golden state warriors crush the trail blazers and hockey the anaheim ducks with the calgary flames. to win their series, will have the highlight. lauren: 5:01 a.m. in new york. the weakest flying by. we welcome you to "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. nicole: upon by insane tax to fund could be pushed back as president says he still wants to
overhaul health care before revamping the tax cut. adam shapiro at the white house with more. reporter: good morning, lauren. good morning, nicole. tax reform and government are two issues that haven't been in the headline today. congress coming back next week to get ready. speaker of the house paul ryan is in london, but he said taxes on the viacom alleged by the end of this year, 2017. within two at the speaker said about the chances of passing tax reform perhaps by the end of the summer, but definitely this year. >> this will be done in 2017. that is our timeline. in mystical or longer longer, we'll do that. reporter: advisors work with the house ways and means committee want the legislation is crafted. the chairman of the committee said hearings on tax reform will begin sometime in may paper
rescheduling next week. one thing they have to address immediately when congress comes back is funding the u.s. government. we have the so-called debt ceiling at the end of next week and while both sides expect there to be a deal, the deal hasn't been completed just yet. here sean spicer talking about the continuing resolution. >> the priorities are very well known in terms of military and homeland security. i think to start negotiate in public is not a very prudent thing to do. >> tax reform and funding the government and the president the slowest congress display. today, the italian prime minister will be coming here to the white house. back to you. nicole: president trump scheduled to hold a joint news conference at the italian prime minister this afternoon. fox business will carry it live at 3:45 p.m. eastern time.
lauren: political analyst kirsten hackley joining us now in studio. good morning. treasury secretary stephen mnuchin recognize this august. it's going to be difficult to get tax reform plan. my question to you is that if a republican holding the white house and congress comic contacts are funded done and when? >> if they do is simply an go for the tax cut. so for the conversation is about total tax reform. corporate taxes with both individual tax return. however, the guys who are the main economic advisers and tax advisors for donald trump, larry kudlow, steve forbes, art laffer, they suggest to go for the tax cut. don't do anything with individual tax refund. -- exactly.
they put out an editorial trying to encourage them to do this and that would be the most simple way to go. but they don't have any plan year. the white house doesn't pay the senate doesn't have the house doesn't. they don't have an actual plan yet. if they don't simply they're not going to get it done. lauren: was the political fallout in the timeline? >> fallout will be 2018. if people don't see jobs and economy get better, a lot of people in swing states are going to give up on donald t his agenda. they want to make sure politically they don't do that. he needs a legislative win this year. simple tax cut to be the best way to go. lauren: what about tying reform into quite a lot of democrats over? >> that is the code. that would be the best version of the bill. that is helping to offset a lot of the cost. republicans would do well not to make this a revenue neutral bill
because the deficits going to go out. there's not going to be a way to pay for this week in agreement. we talked about porter talked about border adjustable tax, vat tax, carbon tax. the method you republicans together on a straight drop the idea of having the as revenue nature bill and focus on the tax cuts in infrastructure spending to get democrats to the table. lauren: thank you so much for joining us. nicole: secretary of state racks tillerson saying during a news conference yesterday and also the same in the u.s. nuclear deal with tehran. >> tehran is the most state sponsor of terrorism and undermining u.s. interests in countries such as syria, yemen, iraq and lebanon and continuing to stage attacks against israel. an unchecked iran has the
potential to travel the same path as north korea. nicole: meanwhile, defense secretary jim mattis isn't saudi arabia isn't saudi arabia saying the destabilizing influence must be overcome to win the conflict in yemen. saudi arabia supporting the government while i read this back in the rubble grow. lauren: russian bombers flew close. two russian jets were well within the area known as the alaskan air defense element tuesday. this comes just a day after the russian bombers flew southwest of the air force base in alaska. the u.s. military said two fighter jets and they flew alongside the russian jets for 12 minutes. officials say the planes reversed course and headed back to their base. nicole: a soyuz space capsule blasted off from kazakhstan just
a few hours ago. the first two-person spaceflight in 14 years because the russian space agency decided to send one cosmonaut instead of two. yet the third seat is being for cargo. astronaut jack fisher and that bush is less than five months on the space station of travel six hours before document the space station at 923 eastern time this morning. lauren: university of california berkeley has cited security concerns. the move comes after far right and far left protesters clashed at a rally supporting president trump in downtown berkeley last saturday. culture responding to this tonight. >> they kept piling on requirements, ruses. you can't speak in the evening. you have to speak in the daytime. where not sure which really is pivotal to you until the last minute. we have to exclude everyone
except students. although the intermediaries kept encouraging me say this is unfair, they never do this with liberals i kept saying i'll do it. okay. lauren: she still plans to go ahead with their talk next thursday even though the event has been called off. nicole: the global market actually been seen overnight. the nikkei in japan done fractionally after experts urge there. the shanghai composite index of fractionally. the hong kong hang seng up 1% increase costs that half of 1%. lauren: european stocks mixed markets picked with the downey, cac quarante ahead of the french elections first-run on sunday by 40 points. dax in germany 14. should the dow has been down 232 points in those two days. today looking at paris. mixed earnings. looking at the dow futures up 30. lauren: oil prices gained steam
this morning at 43 cents, $50.87 a barrel. nicole: a keen eye on the year ahead of the french election right now has been higher as this u.k. pound canadian dollar mexican peso against the u.s. dollar. the japanese yen weaker against the greenback. lauren: does it continue to fall to .24% this morning? nicole: general motors is feeling the effect of venezuela's economic crisis. authorities in the country have illegally seized its plant in the industrial area and promises to quote, take all legal action defend its rights. gm says the move will cause irreparable damage to the come to me, to his workers and suppliers. there's been no response of fire from venezuela's leftist that government. many car plant in venezuela are barely producing at all due in part to a lack of run materials. shares of general motors are down 3% so far this year. meanwhile, at least three people
were reportedly killed in clashes during antigovernment protests in venezuela. lauren: verizon for indications topping a list of stocks. the company to report its fourth straight decline in quarterly revenue reports before the bell today. investors listening for rice's plan for futures. the ceo says it's okay to make it a plane with media giants including walt disney, comcast and cbs. charlie gasparino reported that could lead to mergers. extended trading after the credit card companies latest results. the latest results from american express fell from a year ago her by the end of the company's relationship with costco. qualcomm arrested at 2.5%. earnings from the chipmaker which is in a legal battle with apple topping next to haitians. nicole: coming up, growing
doubts for the timeline without tax reform. >> would like to get it done as soon as possible. we are going to take our time together friday we clearly could get it done at the end of summer. if you need to go longer we'll do that. nicole: are. nicole: our investors is impatience at tax reform plans? i next guest says the failure of the health care bill and tax reform leaves the economy at glass half-empty. we'll explain. it's all coming up right here on "fbn:am." we are watching oil slightly higher this morning. ♪ when you have something you love,
lauren: welcome back. by this today in the new york. house speaker paul via the same tax reform is possible this year. it will happen but not until the end of summer at the earliest that quite possibly later that night. republicans hope to tackle texas in a bit to tackle texas in a bit difficult is replacing obamacare have slowed the process. secretary of state racks ¢-cent-sign talking tough on iran. yesterday criticized the nuclear deal and said the trump administration is conducting a comprehensive review of that agreement. transfixed as the country still supports terrorism around the
world. general motors says authorities have illegally seized its plant in venezuela. the takeover would the economic crisis in the country. the move will cause irreparable damage to the company, workers and suppliers. no response so far from the government of venezuela. after falling to be said about losing 200-point dow futures trying to come back this morning. dollar 42, s&p six. that's a look at what's happening now. nicole: what is holding the stock market that? we turn right to david nelson, chief strategist. good morning to you. tax reform plan, people getting frustrated. an april survey of global fund managers bank of america, merrill lynch, that is the highest ever. the stock market is overvalued. her thoughts. >> yeah, maybe on that front that is true. they look around the world coming to get geopolitical
problems in every corner of the planet. the nuclear threat to the korean peninsula. elections coming up this sunday in france. he talked about it earlier with the russian bombers off the coast of alaska. the real problem for investors right now is friday in washington. the failure of the health care package was sent back the agenda for the trump administration, especially regarding tax reform. paul ryan is talking about an end of summer bill coming out, but it's going to be watered down. we are looking to unwind 77,000 pages of tax code. now we are only talking about a tax cut at the corporate level. that would be good news, but we need border. lauren: is this a lower market? >> i'm not one of those armageddon guys. but i think we switched from havel to have been. nicole: but if the bond market telling you? the guilty go to 1.5%?
>> that's a great point because that's where the problem shows up for equity guys like me. the great low 2.3% was a light in the sand for me. i thought we were going to break out to be upset at 2.6%. that would've confirmed the entire rally. we didn't get back on this in the calculus starts to change. trade to price to earnings ratio soaring higher than expect it in really pricing and tax reform, health care reform is so now what? what is infrastructure paul because he wrote a piece upgrading. >> i like the infrastructure scenario, but it's a marriage between public and private partnerships. the government has to part right business on this. and with repatriation, say there's 2 trillion of short khmer repatriates on-site outcome of the best you raising taxes or a few hundred billion. we need more than that. lauren: going back overseas. elections coming up in france.
how closely are you following that? >> is a concern. i'm not an expert on the eurozone, but i will tell you this. if france pulled out of the e.u., that is the end of the area. in fact, it's the end of the e.u. as we know it and that will be a pretty significant event. i don't think you can have a common currency without a common government. they certainly don't have the good british accent pulled up britain. i'm not sure what will happen. nicole: david nelson, ballpoint chief strategist. thanks for joining us. lauren: is worse, even without there's dark and interbranch, they crash. we will have more highlights for you. are your bose headphones dying on you? maybe. we'll have that and much more. you are watching "fbn:am," your
first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪ with this level of engineering... it's a performance machine. with this degree of intelligence... it's a supercomputer. with this grade of protection... it's a fortress. and with this standard of luxury... it's an oasis. the 2017 e-class. it's everything you need it to be...and more.
path to gather information such as music and not your choices and passes it on to other cub needs. it also says the data collection shows disregard for consumer privacy rights and violates the wiretap act in numerous states as well as federal laws. the headphones can be used without. nicole: time now for sports. an historic day for russell desperate but not enough to stop the rockets. off to a hot start. goes coast-to-coast for the layout. second quarter put up on a tripling clinic. he spends, goes behind the bag. 51 points. 13 assists on the night. westbrook with the six career playoff triple-double. westbrook tired just over eight minutes left. he shot his wad. rockets get the rebound. eric gordon shoes three from the wayne dyer and rockets take their first lead of the game. they combat to blame 115-111 in
the series to-0. seth curry and aware is with the steel makes the layout of 16. up 19 points later in the third. dribbles upcourt. the fans just loving it. the warriors won 10-81. hoping the team. meet thompson on rebound in front of the goal. that proves to be the game-winner in the deaths when it really-1 and sweep the series. huge night. harper says first pitch over the wall for a solo home run. nationals lead one to zero.
the bases-loaded antiques that he began. this time for a grand slam for his second of the game as they go four for four with rbis. another same programs ever made and went 14-4. lauren: president donald trump continues to say tax reform will get done. >> secretary mnuchin is working on a tax-deferred plan to make our industry more competitive and also to provide a level playing field for workers cover text requirement tax plan coming along very well, it will be up very soon. lauren: are investors running out of patience? verizon ceo open to guests and media giants like comcast and disney. the telecom giant's latest profits in here from the ceo. you are watching "fbn:am," your
but rodney knew just what to do...he got quickbooks. it organizes all his accounts, so he knows where he stands in an instant. ahhh...that's a profit. which gave him the idea to spend a little cash on some brilliant marketing! ha, clever. wow, look at all these new students! way to grow, rodney! know where you stand instantly. visit quickbooks.com.
lauren: breaking news this morning. house speaker potter and pushes back at pushes back on the timeline for tax-deferred. can i get done this year? are voters losing their patience? thank you for joining us. i am lauren simonetti. nicole: pressure by oil prices. stock market futures today. duffy said 47, s&p futures nicole petallides, futures nicole petallides, nested features f-18. lauren: japanese stocks ended flat. in china, the shanghai composite fractionally upon% gain in hong kong. nicole: oil prices down three days in a row the rising overnight on talks of an
extension of opec production cut right now of three quarters of 1%. $50.81 a barrel. lauren: amid a political crisis the economy of venezuela illegally seizes the general motors factory. we would tell you more about it. tried to earnings season goes on we'll from telecom giant verizon one day after the ceo says he was open to doing deals with media giants such as comcast business. lauren: in sports, the golden state warriors crush the portland trail blazers and in hockey to anaheim ducks beat the calgary flames to win a series. we will have highlights. nicole: 5:31 a.m. thursday, april 20th. we welcome you to "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. nicole: house speaker paul ryan say the timetable for tax-deferred could be pushed back as president trump says he still wants to overhaul health care before revamping the tax code. adam shapiro at the white house with more. reporter: good morning, lauren.
good morning, nicole. tax reform and funding the government are two big issues that haven't been in the headlines quite a bit. but congress coming back next week, get ready. let's talk about tax reform. speaker of the house paul ryan is invalid and that he says tax reform will be accomplished by the end of this year, 2017. listen to what the speaker said about the chances of passing tax reform perhaps by the end of the summer, but definitely this year. >> this will be done in 2017. that is our timeline. if it needs to go blogger will do that. >> the advisers to president trump are working with the house ways and means committee as the legislation is crafted. kevin brady, chairman of the committee actually said hearings on tax reform will begin sometime in may. they will be scheduling next week. one thing they have to address immediately when congress comes back as funding the u.s. government. we have the so-called debt
ceiling at the end of next week. while both sides expect there to be a deal, the deal hasn't been completed just yet. sean spicer talking about the continuing resolution. >> priorities are well nobody wants to do in terms of military and homeland security. i think to start negotiation is probably not the very per thing to do is to get closer to the deadline. >> tax reform and government of the president as well as congress displayed. the italian prime minister will be coming here to the white house. back to you. nicole: gaseous president should sign the minister this afternoon as fox business will carry it live 3:45 p.m. eastern time. let's talk about the possibility of a government shut down. political analyst kirsten haglund joining us here on .-center-dot about this. what about the possible shutdown? congress returns to work on monday.
nancy pelosi, was she forced it shut down, blame republicans? >> it is very possible there will be a government shut down. there's really not a lot of compromise between republicans and democrats. if there is one it's going to fall back at republicans that look like it is their fault. majorities in both houses and the white house. i matter how they try to spin it, they will see it as a republican problem. there are a few key spending measures where it's hard to find agreement. president trump wants funding for the border wall. possibly he funding federal funds for sanctuary cities, also said a democrat don't want to attach. john mccain is the word for it president trump has filed, but that's going to push back sequestration limits currently on the budget. this isn't the key battles coming up and they've got a week
or so to do it. it will be a nail biter. >> the french election, the first round is on sunday for the presidential election. how closely are you watching? >> markets are watching this intently. you have her read the pen who is fiercely anti-e.u. she's been leading the polls in now we've got this relative unknown who doesn't necessarily have a political party. he's about 30 result, very job. he swung into the lead with her. markets are hoping the certitude and because it's likely the last trip is to frizzle coalesce around someone. >> there is also a four-way race under way here. >> the fire left parties had her surgery and. it's a possibility that friends like the u.k. leaves european union. is that real and how exactly do
you do that you as we know it? >> they won the pole at the e.u. and currency union. that effectively would do it. after he saw the united states election and try to let united states election internal event, you saw elders far right party experienced a fee. alternative for charity, also really gaining steam. i think that you won't necessarily see this far right amount of new and he's got this far right parties and everyone wants merkel. she the market steady. you will see the ship back for the rampant populism that took over earlier. >> kearse said haglund, political analyst in the thank you for joining us this morning. >> takes for having a period lauren? tillerson said the administration is conducted a comprehensive review. the secretary also slamming the u.s. nuclear deal with tehran.
>> iran is the world's leading state sponsor of terrorism as is possible for intensifying the conflict and undermining u.s. interests in countries such as syria, yemen, iraq and lebanon and continuing to support attacks against israel. then uncheck iran has the potential to travel the same path as north korea. lauren: defense secretary james on this visit saudi arabia said iran's destabilizing influence must come when the conflict again in. saudi supported the yemeni government law iran is backing the rebel group. true too close to the alaskan coast again, two russian jets were well within the area known as the alaskan air defense identification zone on tuesday and based a bit international air space of time. this comes a day after two russian bombers flew 300 miles southwest of the air force base in alaska.
the u.s. military said two fighter jets and they flew alongside the russian jets for 12 minutes. officials say the russian planes eventually reversed course and then head back to their base. >> a space capsule carrying an american and russian blasted off from kazakhstan a few hours ago at the first two-person spaceflight in 14 years because the russians-based agency decided to send one of the two. the end it there is used for cargo. jack fisher of the russian will spend five months on the international space station. shuttle six hours before docking the space station.
s&p futures at six. nasdaq was tired yesterday at 18 points this morning. trade to take a militant gold which yesterday was to intend that what the five-day winning streak. dominic and $2 watching oil selling off recently. today up 37 and 50.81 as we talk about more cuts from saudi arabia and kuwait. lauren: general motors still in effect said that auto crisis. they've illegally seize the plants in an industrial area and promises to quote, take all legal actions to defend his rights. she insisted that will cause irreparable damage to the companies, workers and suppliers. the response of fire from the leftist led government. any car plants in venezuela barely venezuela barely
producing about due in part to lack of raw materials following complex security controls. shares of gm down 3% so far this year. meanwhile, we want to tell you these three people reportedly killed in clashes during antigovernment protests in venezuela. verizon communications tops our list this morning. the largest u.s. wireless company asked you to report its fourth straight decline in quarterly revenue before the bell. investors listening for verizon's plan for a future ceo lowell mike adams says he is open to making a deal with comcast, disney, cbs. charlie trained 10 right here reported the regulatory environment could lead to a flood of telecom mergers. american express insurance of america next vice president more than 2% in extended trading after the credit card companies latest quarterly results that beat the forecas the latest results from amex
fell from a year ago, hurt in the end of the company's relationship with costco. lauren: coming up in the growing doubts for the tideland about tax reform. >> would like to get it done as soon as possible. by the end of summer. we will take the time to get it right. if it needs to go longer, we will do that. lauren: investors come to terms with the delay in tax reform are we heading lower. the failure of the health care of the health care bill until a taxi from least to the glass half-empty and he'll explain for us. you are watching transcendent, your first look at morning markets and breaking news.
train to 5:45 a.m. in new york. let's get you caught up on what's happening right now. house speaker paul ryan thinks tax reform is possible this year. he told reporters that will happen but not until the end of summer at the earliest and possibly later. republicans had hoped to tackle taxes sooner to the difficulties and replacing upon a replacing upon the care how slow that process. secretary of state rex tillerson is talking tough on iran. yesterday he criticized the abundant nuclear deal with iran and said the trump administration is conducting a comprehensive review of the agreement. iran is complying with the deal that the country still supports
terrorism around the world. general motors says authorities have illegally seized its plant in venezuela. the takeover comes amid a deepening economic crisis in venezuela and the automaker says the move will cause irreparable damage to the company, workers, suppliers. noticed it tremendously this government. checking out u.s. stock market futures is when it counted is when he cometh dow futures up 44, s&p futures nicole petallides. that is what's happening now. lauren: what is holding the stock market back recently? we asked david nelson and a ballpoint chief strategist. good to see you. you think washington is the most important thing are investors and for you right now. by releasing patients with tax reform in the wake of the postelection gains? >> i don't know if we look about the postelection gains. investors have notice what's going on in washington. we're talking about tax reform, but not the tax reform a lot of
people voted in. to unwind a 77,000 page tax code would take a long time. the last time we did it with the reagan administration, took four years to negotiate. now we step back from the revenue neutral plan. forgot to water it down, get a capital gains cut in the corporate tax rate. train to the feeling of raw that the market is overvalued because they are baking in tax reform and health care. what about another key factor which is a fad and reducing their position on the balance sheet. >> it's an issue. look him in the still has a lot of clout. the fact that they are unwinding are talking about unwinding the balance sheet is weighing on markets as well because we don't know what the timetable is for that. they talk about the end of the year. a lot of welfare from the fed earlier in the year will start walking it back and they already do it because yesterday fisher came up and said we will be in a very slow pace here. i don't think they'll make a very quick move here.
lauren: how is corporate america holding up? are you pessimistic? >> i'm not an armageddon guy. it is novel human clone. i haven't broken up the cyanide capsules yet. we are reporting about 10% growth. that's pretty good. that's not that it unfortunately comes facts are forward-looking mechanisms. they will have to come from the guys because during the course of season. tricky what is the chief strategist told customers calling in for outlook? >> you say the chorus. if you don't have a portfolio constructed today they can weather a storm like this. this is hardly even a storm. still only a couple from all-time highs. you've probably done something wrong and you got to rethink. if he got up in the middle of the night looking at the futures, call your advice there, get it done. lauren: bank of america said the stock market is overvalued.
this is another story. we're so close to all-time highs. our stocks overvalued? >> certainly some are. the alone is not really much are investors look at. what's more important valuation is a forward guidance underestimates going higher. that is by keeping stocks in the game right now. what's the alternative? even though interest rates have come up with that, are you going to put it in cds right now? i would rather own an industrial security. lauren: david nelson, chief strategist at they'll point. thank you so much. nicole: and sports, even without their star, kevin durant, golden state warriors crashed the portland trail blazers. in trail blazers. and hockey the anaheim on tax with the calgary flames to win the series. we'll have all the highlights for you. yesterday, we told you about the release of new music from prints. but prince's estate is saying not so fast. we are going to explain that.
nicole: pile, prince is delivered a-alpha misnomer. the late singer's estate's request for a restraining order of the album's release. the colt word that they have no right to distribute the music to the public in reference to confidentiality agreement signed by box so when recording back in 2006. theater does not address the fact that the outcome had been pre-ordered by millions of
prince fans. deliverance included pics of her tracks recorded from 2,062,000 takes training to decimate and was is due out on friday. lauren: time now for sports. now for sports. an historic night for russell by sprint not enough to stop the rockets paired off to a hot start. coast-to-coast for the layout. second-quarter post on a aaa spins, goes behind the back amazing in. his six career playoff, triple double. by sprint tires in the fourth just over eight minutes left. the rockets get the rebound to aragorn, shoes three from the wing. rockets take their first lead of the game. they come back to win 115-111 and take it to the nothing late. south korea and the words go up to nothing. third quarter now. runs the floor and makes the layout. golden state had 16. curry with 19 points on the
night. finds thompson who knocks down to three. warriors win 110-81. calgary flames fans hoping this team can avoid the sweep against the ducks first period. they thompson jumps on a rebound in front of the goal that knocked the puck past chad johnson. the ducks win 3-1 and sweep the series. huge night for the nationals bryce harper. harper since the first pitch he sees over the wall for a solo home run. his fifth of the year. nationals lead one to nothing. bases loaded shared harper takes it deep again, this time for a grand slam. saget run of the game goes four for four with five rbis. nationals get another cent from ryan zimmerman and would 14-4.
i'm ambitious. i will not hide it. we will not hide it. we embrace ambition. women are made to be ambitious. i will dream big... big, without hesitation. we will take risks, not live in fear. we will rise together, rise above the negativity. no longer will ambition in a woman be seen as a negative. be persistent, don't apologize. never give up on your goals and dreams. we will model ambition for our daughters and our sons. i will help women around the world
-the whole world- to succeed. you have to persevere. women are tough, strong, powerful. we have got to be a part of this conversation. ambition is feminine. ambition is empowering. ambition is not a dirty word. i can think of a lot of dirty words - ambition is not one of them. ambition is sexy - ambition is very sexy. what's your ambition? ... to help women build empires. ... help more women run for office. ... empower women financially. ... help women entrepreneurs. ... create powerful images. ... change people's lives. ... fight gender stereotypes. ... equality for all. ... for all of us to lean in together. ... to transform societies. ... change the world. ... take the stigma out of the word ambition. own your power. own your power. own your drive. own your dreams. own your dreams. no judgments. no judgments. we own it. take the pledge. take the pledge. embrace ambition. will you?
nicole: well, harper's bazaar celebrated its 150th anniversary in a big way. they partnered with tiffany, outshining the likes of times square with the most iconic building right there, the empire state and spinning 42 of that building stars such as audrey hepburn, it kate moss, jay and are just hard against the skyline are at 8:30 p.m. at sunday night. harper's published its first edition in 1867 so people walking around got a pretty great site. lauren: that was awesome. 150 years later. thank you for joining us on "fbn:am." we'll turn it over to maria bartiromo. "mornings with maria" is next.
maria: thinks her being with us. it is thursday, april 20th. 6:00 a.m. on the east coast. president trump's approval rating edging higher intentions around the world investors are shutting off threats anddomestiy hopes. the major averages up 9%. the administration has started the market optimism. >> the stock market is through the roof as you know. $3 trillion worth of values. >> the markets are very strong since trump has become president. you can do the dollar and the stock market and this is a huge vote of confidence in the trump economic plan. maria: futures indicate a higher opening for a broader averages. expected to be at 40 points. nasdaq up 18 and a quarter. investors watching a handful of doubt from out and.