lauren: breaking news this morning. a thin outcome with the outsiders win. they now had to a runoff election in two weeks. a global rally in stocks today. good morning. i am lauren simonetti. nicole: good morning. i am nicole petalllides. president trout get the health h care bill to replace my care. lauren: after racing half of a percent in the a percent retail features a 200 points. nasdaq futures at 60. during japan's nikkei jumping
1.5%. china's shanghai composite index fell on regulatory crackdown. the dex jumped 1.4%. lauren: stocks open higher in the french election results that just ran my stay in the european union after all. but the tip 132 points in london. german dax up 130 points. the lauren simonetti in paris -- cac quarante in paris 4.5%. tragedy are up sharply on the french results as well up almost 2% now. tranter and this merger monday $24 billion merger in the medical supply business. true endurance sports nba playoffs get high. isaiah thomas leads the boston celtics to victory over the chicago bulls and the houston rockets fight their way to a three to one lead over the oklahoma city thunder. lauren: happy when they come everyone. i for 1:00 a.m. in new york.
welcome to "fbn:am," your first look at what is that in today's markets in the latest breaking news. nicole: to political outsiders. celebrating his fate jury. the 39-year-old former economy minister and investment minister. sad they will face 79 who has 20.4%. lauren: protesters crashing right police showed them advancing to the second frame. meanwhile after his campaign was surrounded by corruption allegations. the runoff election is scheduled for may 7. everyone thought that it would
take that one. a closer look at how france and the other european markets are reacting to the presidential election. michael used in chief market analyst at cmc markets in london. good morning to you, michael. >> good morning, ladies. trade to write away the financial markets in particular cheering south champion bmt perry about, of between 7% and 10%. now you have macron inside man in the runoff election. >> yeah, absolutely. this is a collect a sigh of relief because ultimately they expect a shame is that mr. macron will win in a runoff on may 7th by some considerable margin. but this rally in stock markets does not tell you is the significant pressure in french politics ultimately an outsider is likely to become french president in two weeks time. the two main parties, their protests collapsed quite
considerably. getting a bit of a relief rally at this point in time. they still remain significant amount of uncertainty because emanuel macron. as he seen as the best option is policy is unknown. lauren: that would if you look at the numbers to cac quarante get close to a two-year high. mrs. overdone. >> i think to a certain extent it is. what has happened here is re-denomination risk, the risk that madam le pen could become french president has been taken off the table. in a binary outcome always a bit cautious about putting all my money on one particular challenger. it would take a seismic shift in french politics for a frexit to
happen. nicole: chief market analyst at cmc markets. thank you for joining us. lauren: now we are joined by andrew p. comment by seeking to trump presidential transition. good to see you, andrew. >> great to hear your peer lauren: last week we saw police in a series. >> she didn't actually. >> up until the election yesterday losing support over the year just let me to be high in macron to one. she came in about where she was supposed to which suggests to me that voters had already integrated concerns about terrorism and understanding of her anti-terrorism. nicole: you're bucking the trend. most people think the attack that help for little pay. we have the runoff now. set for may 7th. what are your expectations for
the french people will react, how global markets reacted the best outcome. >> ultimately she's going to lose the second round on may may 7th. what happens in france traditionally if there's an outsider candidate i is, particularly the national front, the other parties gang up on her. projections they've seen is they will lose by a two to one margin of the proposal were held today. i don't see any event in the near term that's going to change that significantly before the bout. nicole: how does that affect the future of the country? >> absolutely. france is a famously fractured parliament and famously fractured political system if this is why it's the fifth republic. for in the past have failed you
have the last two or three years. >> in the upcoming months as well. >> my friends were treating support for anita vogel in the past few days. the irony is macron is more supportive. in addition to being anti-e.u., she's made a pact against nato and said they will continue french national security policies. lauren: interpeak, former intelligence officer currently in effect for joining us. nicole: negotiated over the democrat funding bill. including funding. a midnight friday deadline to opera to shut down.
>> we are asking for his democrats as well. but the posh introduction says about my care. we don't like this much but with opera choke in discussions to give democrat something they want in order to get something we want. nicole: house minority leader nancy pelosi explaining why her party does not support the border wall. >> the wall is a moral, unwise. fully private soldier in a campaign i don't think he said he was going to pass billions of dollars of cost of the world onto the taxpayer. nicole: president trump is set to unveil a statue for plane on wednesday. the announcement to give some indication of his proposed tax rate and other details that i speak the plan would include sweeping tax cuts for
individuals as well as corporations. republicans set to resume their efforts to revive the health care bill to repeal it in her place about my care. white house chief of staff reince priebus on "meet the press." >> i like to have a vote thi ek. monday was cpu working for the american people. whether health care repeal and replace comes on friday or saturday or monday come in the grand scheme of things at the marathon, not a sprint. nicole: paul ryan told over the weekend while health health cars still a priority, the spending bill is the prime focus for this week. lauren: president trend expected to sign executive orders. two of them would make it easy for them to develop energy on an offshore. one of the calls on the interior department review federal areas of land and water designated as national monuments.
travesty to sign in order to review available offshore oil and gas exploration as well as rules for offshore drilling. another executive order to be signed with great and office of accountability and the veterans affairs department. nicole: a third american held in north korea. swedish embassy official said tony kim was prevented from leaving pyongyang on saturday. kim who was in his 50s accounting of science and technology. >> his detention comes the type of pipe. james langford, senate intelligence committee lehman on "fox news sunday." >> north korea tried to have some bargaining chip is a show with an international player they are. lauren: senator legg or has been talking about the need for a new policy on how to deal with
americans. president trump had made separate phone calls to the leaders of japan and china to discuss his concerns about how to deal with north kea. nicole: let's get you caught up in the global market action would've been seen overnight. this is all in the hills of the french election where we see stocks soaring there. then you can japan up 1.4%. hong kong hang seng up half of 1%. korea scots be a 1% pay attention to north korea per domain. lauren: on the result. in the runoff election in two weeks. the cac quarante at 4.3%. that is over two years. nicole: seven ipos. dow futures up 191 points this morning. french banks up more than 5%, some of which are 10%. s&p up 1.1%.
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nicole: 515 and many are good french better shut up the countries put up a mainstream from the presidency for the first time in the country's modern history. populist marine le pen and centrist emanuel macron will face off on may 7th. le pen do with slight cushion over 22%. trump approaching a symbolic 100 day mark. his putting pressure on congress to find a way to pay for walloped u.s.-mexico border. at the same time he plans to announce a major attack plan on
wednesday. congress returns to work today and will t to pass a spending bill to avert a government shutdown onatday. a major merger of two medical supply makers this morning. i see are barred for $24 billion. the combined company will have $1 billion in annual sales in china. supply makers have been using acquisitions to boost profit margins. u.s. stock market futures this morning. dow futures up 100%. 196 points. nasdaq features up 57 after the french election. that is attacking now. lauren. lauren: thanks, nicole. a budget showdown that could shut down for tax reform announcement in a possible new health care bill. joining us now to talk about how all this could affect the markets is heather sue moraga. good morning, heather. good to see you.
>> i haven't been at this early since i was 22 coming in and it before. lauren: you never get used to it. thank you for coming in. the end of the week marks the president's first 100 days in office. he wants to get a tax cut plan in. that would send the stock market soaring. what else does america want to get this week? >> we are seeing a rest today on the backs the case in arab results on the french election with le pen and macron heading into the second round on may may 7th. that is clear in a political concern and risks america has. allies around the possibility of health care reform as well as the tax reform details coming out on wednesday released an outline proposed a mac. markets are not just on earnings this year so far, but we also want to see tax reform have been. i'm also looking ahead to
thursday. the european central bank is coming out with their interest rate decision and on friday the gdp number will be important as well. nicole: episode economic reports. steve mnuchi talking about result. really trying to put out a lot of optimism which everybody loved. is it too optimistic? >> is it warranted? that's a good question. step six is telling the guard 2.7 is a conservative estimate. it would be closer to the historical norm. that would be great. most analysts expect around 1.3% to 1.5% gdp. we've been treading water in terms of our growth are getting some sense of productivity killing. two thirds of the economy gross domestic product comes from the consumer. when he deceived them optimistic
optimistic signs clearer that is the right to help loosen gdp. the first testaments coming out this friday. trade are looking for about 1.4% or unfortunately. >> was maybe very anemic and couple that with the fact we have this looming debt ceiling shut down again on saturday if we do not increase the debt ceiling. the last time this happened in 2013 that government was just shut down for 16 days which helps my morning commute in the morning here in d.c. markets reacted favorably. we were up 3.1% on the s&p so it might shrug our shoulders until they come up with the deal, but hopefully republicans have controlled the house and senate should be a little bit easier to get them started debt ceiling spending compromise passed. lauren: jampacked week. thank you for waking up with us this morning. get another cup of coffee. we'll see you in a bit.
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losses. everything jumping on the heels of the french election right now.futures up 196 points. s&p futures up 26. lauren: meanwhile at the box office. >> london, abu dhabi, cuba, our paths have crossed before. we just didn't know it. i think i need to remind you why you chose to be here. >> i've got no choice. >> pedal to the metal for this state as is also number one spot with her dear billion dollars over the weekend. boss baby has a type grip on the number two spot. bouillabaisse returns to third place at taking her edit document reported china. japan is narrowly beating the fifth place winner, going in style, bringing in around $5 million. the new thriller unforgettable turn out to be just the opposite
in seventh place in taking just $4.8 million in its debut weekend. nicole: timeout for sports that the boston celtics defeated against the bulls. they look more like number one seed again. game four was a little personal second quarter off a turnover. as they can get the land. jamie butler then exchan the words there. it had to be separated. first he drives into the lane to lay up later and butler shot and keeps it all the way to the bucket in a score 33 points. go on to win now one to win now 1104-952 games apiece. russell westbrook. third order, westbrook signed steve adams and the file. fourth-quarter patrick rarely hits the corner three and the
game is tied at 79 under a minute left in the game. has this setback jumper there and went up one third team-109. trade show for it exit against the senator. this went to overtime. but are they spent almost a full season helped the senators on the first playoff series in four years with a power-play goal. moves onto the next round on saturday night. they thought nationals looking for this week. top of the first, daniel murphy continues to old team. take some deep center for the grand slam. watching up or-0 and they went out 16-3. lauren: a big week for donald trump is a faith staff with
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s&p futures up 27. lauren: japan's nikkei jumping 1.5%. the shanghai composite. nicole: sharply to the upset on the front of the suggest to a bill. the lauren cac quarante with 2%. lauren: to your chart election results. over the monday, $24 billion merger of the medical supply business. lauren: in sports, nba playoffs get hot. isaiah thomas leads the boston celtics to the chicago bulls tie in that series are the houston rockets fight their way to a three to one lead over the oklahoma city thunder. trade two good morning. 5:31 a.m. in new york trade monday, april 24th and we
welcome you to "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. lauren: breaking news this morning. two political insiders whining the president's boat in france. in the peasant centralist emanuel macron celebrating his victory has first-round presidential election. 39 former economy minister and investment banker. also pro union. sadly prompting to make friends by business friendly. they will face far right nationalist marine le pen with 97% of the vote now counted. macron has 23.9%, le pen 21.4%. le pen supports an anti-e.u. and anti-immigration policy. nicole: protesters clashing with police. former prime minister came in third after his campaign was developed by corruption allegations. the runoff election is scheduled for may 7th with the
bestseller that macron will win thoughts right now are 68% to 7932%. nicole: looking that france and that the others are react to them, michael houston, chief market analyst joining us. good to see you, michael. lauren: was famous relief rally across the globe. you think the election is shaping up in the european union itself. >> yeah, good morning. i don'think it waser about that. you actually look at the way they've been broken down. 40% of the votes went to du canada, but ultimately very little likelihood we were going to get a frexit. even if marine le pen had won the presidency, should struggle to get a boat to the parliament. that's enough of what will be seen of the next two months. emanuel macron is likely to win the presidency, but ultimately i think what will happen in the next few months as he would also
find it very difficult to implement the economic reforms he talked about in the lead up to this though. ultimately why you see significant relief rally now on the back of the fact mr. macron is likely to end. once the dust has settled, mr. said they will find it just is difficult to implement his own reform program over the course of the next few marine le pen would've done if she'd won the presidency. nicole: the markets in particular. a global rally for stocks and currency. the euro and the election is preview expect that trend to continue? 2% has pulled back then. >> yeah, that will continue as well. the fact that the trump administration is uncomfortable with a stronger dollar and he will start to dial in their battery. the federal reserve will find it very difficult much more than a dirty house.
the row should gain support. lauren: thank you for your time this morning. >> thank you. nicole: for the french election results, we are joined right and repeat, former intelligence officer and adviser to the presidential trend mission that good morning good >> great to be here. they had a love and candidates. your thoughts on who the next french president will actually be and will they be able to get anything done with the security of france and the economy? my gosh, as your previous guest said it's almost certainly le pen will lose the next round. in france, the institution or assistance to winning the premiership is so high that all other parties can i make in a national candidate if they make it through to the runoff. i expect that to happen. i don't see any change in french policy toward security reforms
such as immigration or terrorism. lauren: when voters went to the polls, what were the top issues they had in mind? security, economy, what else? >> certainly terrorism in prep for my face. the e.u. relationship is a big one. very rarely do fringe candidates give us by promising to get frantic fiscal house in order which is something macron explicitly said. more in social payments and bring in france pour into line with the policy proposals laid out by germany and other e.u. states that one of the france than a month. >> do work closely with the trump administration. what is on trump's mind mine pertaining to europe at this point? >> two things. one is he's looking for u.s. allies. just like with nigel farage, certainly theresa may, we are
looking for partners. they take turns concerns seriously and don't demonize him for some kind of pc end. le pen would be one of those people. overall policies that benefit america just as much. nicole: andrew peek, former intelligence officer, thank you for joining us. >> thanks for having me appeared lauren: the government funding bill this week. they want the bill to include the u.s. border. a midnight friday deadline to avert a shutdown. white house office management director mick mulvaney said this on monday. >> we are offering to give democrats another priorities as well. they said they want these as part of obamacare. we don't like this much do we have been in discussions to give democrats something they want in
order to get something we want. nicole: house minority leader nancy pelosi explaining why her party does not support the border wall. nicole: meanwhile, president travis said to entail. >> what the president said i don't think he said he was going to pass billions of dollars of cost to the wall into the taxpayer. true to present a trend set to unveil his tax reform plan on wednesday. the announcement to give some indication of his proposed tax rates and other details benefit the president said his plan would include tax cuts for individuals and corporations. government funding, tax cuts, public can set to resume their efforts to revise the help ergo to repeal at my place obamacare. white house chief of staff reince priebus. >> go there to have a vote this
week, but on monday we are still going to be here working for the american people. whether health care repeal and replace comes on friday or saturday or monday, and the grand scheme of things, it's a marathon not a sprint. lauren: house speaker paul ryan told over the weekend while health care is a priority, the spending bill is the primary focus of this week. nicole: certainly leaves and stalks up around the globe. the nikkei in japan up 1.4%. hong kong's hang seng atop the 1%. korea kospi kids have a 1%. shanghai composite pulling back and you do have trump working closely with japan and china as pensions remained pretty high with north korea. >> major rally in europe a positive economic news in germany a business sentiment is rising. german dax of 340 points this morning. but the imam and eight.
check out the cac quarante in france. after the eltion suny 215 points. nicole: durable goods come in gdp, seven ips in a market that kicks off with a pair is up 190 points. s&p futures at 26 and nasdaq futures up >> oil falls back dropping 7.5% comes up $50.12 a barrel. gold down 12.73 announced. nicole: two big makers of medical supplies are merging. it will buy us bars for $24 billion. the product including syringes and needles to house the supposition. with implantable heart devices. a strong international presence which will help expand overseas. the combined company will have $100 billion in sales.
supply makers use and acquisitions in order to boost those profit margins. shares at 22% in the past year. up 16% in the past year. lauren: t-mobile, busy week for earnings per the third largest u.s. wireless companies to report higher revenue as its data plants attract new subscribers. also going to hear from halliburton. the oil services provider said last month its profit would miss the estimate due to higher costs and hasbro will report its latest numbers this morning. the toymaker facing a tough comparison from a year ago when results got a nice boost from demand for "star wars," action figures and disney princess dolls. tech earnings, twitter, microsoft coming up. nicole: the trump administration looking for funding for the border wall in a budget showdown with congress. >> we are asking for our priorities and importantly
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trigger happy monday. at 45:00 a.m. in new york. let's get you caught up on what's happening right now. french voters said the mainstream. for the presidency for the first time in the country's modern history, populist marine le pen and centris emanuel macron will face off may 7. when nearly 24% of the boat with a site cushion over 22%. here at home, donald trump approaching his symbolic 100 day mark and putting pressure on congress to find a way to pay for a border wall on the u.s.-mexico border. at the same time he plans to announce a major tax plan on wednesday trying to get a login.
congress returns to work today and will pass a spending bill to avert a government shutdown on saturday. a major merger this monday morning routine medical supply makers. $24 billion for the combined company will have a billion dollars in annual sales in china. medical supply makers have been using acquisitions to boost profit margin. the major global stock market rally this morning translating to 193-point gain for dow futures this monday morning to s&p futures up 100%. nasdaq futures higher by 1% gave us a look at what's happening now. nicole: a busy week for donald trump in the budget showdown that could shut down the government. tax reform announcement, possible health care bill. joining us now to take a closer look at how the markets would react to this, sunamerica funds vice president. good morning, heather. we saw the markets gained last week he dow futures at 2%.
there is some optimism on tax cuts. how is the market gotten ahead of this plan? >> brands have justified the run misfire. so far 76% of current mesa beat earnings expectations. these may have been at very low. the question is what is the next catalyst. perhaps ife don't give some details of president trump's proposed tax plan that's when they and i know that we have the debt ceiling looming this saturday, they must come up with a compromise before friday if we are going to increase the debt ceiling yet again. here we go again. it's a nightmare that we had in 2013 family may see that happen trademark is to shrug their
shoulders over the past 18 times we've shut down the government and in 1876. the markets have said modestly okay. nicole: can you explain how corporate earnings are so strong that we asked if the gdp print for the first quarter of 1%? how do you negotiate that? >> it's all about expectation. the bar has been set very low and although the economy has arrived and done better since the recession, we've picked up some steam. we are still lacking imported dignity. the consumer is still weak is still week which accounts for two thirds of gdp and although president trump and steve mnuchin have given optimistic results seem gdp must be about 3%, growth is anemic, chugging along less than 2% growth. some expectations below one for fourth-quarter gdp on friday.
we need to see an uptick in growth. he also had the ten-year treasury at 2.3%. that's back below two before you get about three. when it's an uptick in consumer confidence. >> that's a good point right there. heather zammaraga, sunrise vice president. thanks for joining us. >> in sports, nba playoffs get high. victory over the chicago bulls tie in that series and the houston rockets fight their way to a three to one lead over the oklahoma city thunder. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪ give it up, baby give it up ♪
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lauren: timeout for sports. boston celtics put pitted against the bulls a few days ago. and look more like the number one feet again. camphor was a little personal. second quarter gets the latest. jimmy butler exchanged words. they have to be separated. third-quarter tie it at 65. isaiah thomas takes over. first he drives into the lands for layups. all the way for the bacteria. he scored 33 points. 104-95 and ties the series at two games apiece. russell westbrook trying to win against the rockets. of 14. fourth-quarter patrick beverley at 79 with under a minute left in the game. james guarded as the jumper
could rockets when 113-109. trying to avoid an accident as the senators. the same goes into overtime. clarke macarthur spent almost two full seasons recovering from a concussion helps the is one of first playoff with a power-play goal. move onto the next round to face the new york rangers. in baseball the nationals looking for the top of the first. daniel murphy continues to own thing. his third homer of the season. washington for nothing. they win it 6-3. nicole: before you head out the door, a look at monday forecast. senior meteorologist janice dean. reporter: best of the ladies i' never been more excited to be back to work.
you do nature of rubble across portions of the last in the knees. other features are intense temperatures. 30s, 40s and 50s across the central u.s. scenic and 76. satellite radar imagery that could have the potential for more unsettled weather. rain and mountain snow for the last. stylus well for the northern tier across the great eggs and watching the upper-level low double great potential for heavy rain of, flooding concerns, isolated thunderstorm towards the mid-atlantic did this to grid system with us through midweek bringing heavy rain and cooler than average temperatures into the northeast tuesday and wednesday. travel delay certainly. forecast rainfall 46 inches and isolated amounts against the carolinas and towards the coast we can receive upwards of an inch to two inches per part to megalopolis. your forecast today. rain for the mid-atlantic and
the northeast across the west as well. warm and sunny forecast for the central u.s. back to you ladies. nicole: forecasting rain, but your beautiful renaissance shined. lauren: good to see you, janice. coming up, hash brown recall. you cannot believe why some of them are being called. you are watching and "fbn:am." crazy story comi up. ♪eck. , and a to work for you. the ultrasound that can see inside patients, can also detect early signs of corrosion at our refineries. high-tech military cameras that see through walls, can inspect our pipelines to prevent leaks. remote-controlled aircraft, can help us identify potential problems and stop them in their tracks. at bp, safety is never being satisfied. and always working to be better.
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nicole: dogcatcher golf on my hash browns. recalling frozen hash browns are the stories in nine states because the potatoes and pieces of golf balls than them. the golf balls were inadvertently harvested with the potatoes and chopped up if the company were calling to pound bags of frozen southern style hashbrowns enron days. brand frozen southern style hashbrowns. so far there's been no reports of injury, but they don't go together. dagen: one of the craziest stories the craziest stories i've seen in a monday morning. look at the futures pit 198-point jump for the dow this morning he dow, nasdaq, s&p and over 1% today. we like it. thank you are watching "fbn:am." >> will send it over to dagen mcdowell. dagen: good to see you, ladies.
what happened with the mkets rallying. good morning, everybody. i'm dagen mcdowell and for maria bartiromo. monday, april 24th at top stories at 6:00 a.m. eastern time. congress back in session as the president approaches its 100 day in office. he is ramping up efforts on health care, tax reform and a void in a government shutdown. >> will have an agreement at the end of the day today. if the house can get its ducks in a row to vote this week on health care they could do that as well. >> i would like to have a vote this week that the leadership knows that they got a vote this week. >> a closer look straight ahead. second round of the french election is set. marine le pen is going head-to-head with emanuel macron and the next vote. radical leftist taking to the street to use tear gas.