>> lou: it is day 97. it is really 150. lauren: breaking news this morning. congress reaches a bill to keep the government funded through soup number. health care reform expert. happy monday. i'm lauren simonetti. nicole: good morning. i'm nicole petallides. military action after the rogue state consciously failed long-range missile on friday. lauren: investors focus on washington as those corporate earnings. apple, facebook apple, facebook and tested to report quarterly profits. stock market futures to the upside of 22. nasdaq up 11.
tree into markets in asia ) labor day holiday. european markets closed for mayday. stocks in japan trading in the nikkei finished up by half a percent. lauren: hacker releases episode from the new season "orange is the new black" and crimson release more from other networks of its ransom request is not met. we will have the story. nicole: utah jazz eliminated in game seven of their series a day after his sister's funeral, isaiah thomas leads the celtics to victory over the washington wizards. new-line of the highlights. lauren: good morning. 5:01 a.m. in new york on monday, may 1st. your first look at today's markets in the latest breaking news. train to republican and democratic negotiators reaching a $1 trillion spending bill to keep the government running through september. republicans have $1.5 billion for border security measures and $15 billion payment to strengthen the military peer
lauren: senate minority leader chuck schumer issued a statement saying there those are not used for an ineffective border wall excludes and increases investments in programs that the middle class relies on like medical research education and infrastructure. additional funding for its medicaid program. nicole: present trend continues his push for a bill to repeal and replace upon the care. >> preexisting conditions are in for bill in a mandated. they said it has to be. we are going to have lower premiums. what is going to happen is the competition is going to drive down the premiums in my opinion much, much more than people understand. nicole: chuck schumer are trying to protect upon the care
>> he ought to realize that they have to back off repealing upon the care. we said over and over it and if he backs off we will sit down or quicken to improve upon the care. nicole: vice president mike pence said republicans are close to get enough votes in the house to pass the revised bill. lauren: white house national security adviser richard mcmaster describing security in north korea. >> we have to do something with partners in the region and globally and that involves enforcement of the u.n. sanctions in place. it may mean ratcheting up tensions even further and it also means being prepared for military operations if necessary. lauren: this comes after north korea tests another ballistic fire on north korea. it appears to have failed. a stray prime minister saying they would not tolerate north
korea's threat to regional peace previous trillion later scheduled to meet with donald trump on thursday right here in new york. >> treasury secretary stephen mnuchin saying he believes the administration's economic or postal will help to boost the economy. >> tax regulation and trade. we believe we can get to 3% sustained economic growth. that will take us some time but after active and what we believe we can get to pick that creates lots of opportunities for americans. nicole: you can hear more treasury secretary stephen mnuchin 7:00 a.m. eastern time "mornings with maria." transfer wild weekend with 13 people killed when a tornado. has several small towns killing four people appeared cutting a path of destruction 35 miles on cover 15 mouselike hit 15 people
taken hospitals. texas governor greg added surveying the damage. >> at the lincoln area that were filled with trees. it looks like they've been ripped down his tinker toys. just completely knocked down. you saw homes and other buildings completely flattened as well as others that were nothing more than rubble. lauren: at least two people died including a woman who drowned after rushing water slipped away a car. flooding in arkansas claimed three lives. nicole: let's get caught up in the global market action overnight. a labor day holiday initiative. most markets closed. hang ching hong son, chris kospi closed. the nikkei opened and not close higher by half of 1%. lauren: in the u.s. open, open, open. 24 points. the index up 2%.
nasdaq futures higher by 11 points. s&p futures at three points. last week the broader market getting 1.5%. nicole: oil down for two months plus a .5% over those two months. the down arrow down 27 cents. 49.06 a barrel and gold so far down $4.5 at 1263 at troy ounce. how do we get out of this growth? we are joined by chief economist anthony chan joining us. thanks for being here. surprisingly, no one expected this. less than 1% gdp growth. president donald trump wants it to be 3%, 4%. what needs to be done and can we actually get there? >> we need to see productivity picking up. the fourth quarter is disappointed for productivity. in the second order the economy
seems to be heading towards 2.5 to 3% growth. if you look at the last five, six years come economic growth has been weak in the first quarter and it bounces back. some people have attributed that to distortion. it's not totally surprising you've got the week number, but you've got all the other stuff such as high, strong consumer confidence and business confidence suggesting you look at that. lauren: mimics a confidence translate into a confidence translate into a tax plan that we've seen a one-page proposal for the administration. "the wall street journal" reported $250 billion overseas. one-time tax holiday for repatriation plus a 15% tax rate. the packet is a gdp of 3%? >> it puts us on track. 3% will take some time because we still have to have perfect tragedy growing stronger.
the good news is in the first calendar quarter even though the economy was weak for the very strong business of the leading indicator for productivity will do later on. nicole: we did see some wages and benefits since 2007 despite the weak gdp number. earnings over the quarter, 60% have reported 12.5% growth roughly and that outpaces 9% from the prior quarter. we are seeing some slow growth. everybody expected more. >> earnings to site at the blended earnings companies are making plus estimated earnings. that's a great number because we went through a period where the last year earnings for the whole year were barely above 1% a year before that of 0.2%. this is the expectation is earnings when all is said and done. something closer to 11%. next are closer to 12%.
global economic growth is picking up good to monetary fund for the first time. given the fact close to 50% above the s&p 500 revenues from overs these is the global economy is better, we would get better. lauren: what message does that send to the federal reserve? >> they have to stay on track. i don't think the height this week. this comes on the back of the soft gdp number and other numbers have been a little bit on the weaker side. june in september they will hike. tumor hikes this year. nicole: chase chief economist, thank you for joining us. tranter hacker has released upcoming seasons of orange is the new black. >> just like the hamptons only horrible. lauren: the hacker who goes by the name of the dark overlord posted the first 10 seasons and
the pirate bay, a popular filesharing site. they were stolen from a post production company late last year trying to ask toward money from netflix. the fbi now investigating. the hacker threatened to post under this tv episodes from other networks including fox, nacchio and abc. netflix shares have been a terrific year of more than 62% in the past 62 weeks. nicole: true via media is that of bidding war. some of the nation's biggest markets and sources say 20th century fox is talking to private equity firm blackstone. fox had 28 television stations, 21st century fox trained to beat an offer by sinclair broadcasting group which has 173 in midsize and small markets.
reportedly also approached tribune. tribune media shares down more than 47% in the past year in the bidding deadline is thursday. lauren: awful one of the stocks we are watching to report his second straight quarter of revenue growth to merit driven by sales of the iphone seven plus. investors will look for an update on the cash pile site to top a stunning $250 billion according to "the wall street journal." 90% of the money is overseas. if it's brought back to the u.s., the government would get a $37 billion tax windfall with $189 to go to work in the u.s. economy. facebook will release its earnings on wednesday. the social media giant to close sharply higher earnings on higher revenue too. nicole: congress passes a plan to fund the government through soup timbre. can they get health care reform
down if the president wants that? >> there will be such competition. right now there is no competition. there will be such competition by insurance companies so they can get health care and the people taking care of health care. nicole: we will look at what is next for congress. futures are higher. you are watching "fbn:am", your first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪ bp developed new, industry-leading software
nicole: good morning. monday, 5:15 a.m. republican and democratic lawmakers retrieved $1 trillion spending package that funds the government through the nimbus timbre. it does not include one of president trump's promises including funding for a border wall or funding cuts to sanctuary cities. the house and senate have until friday to approve the bill to avoid a government shut down. presidenpresiden t child leaves open the possibility of military action against north korea.
only a matter of time before north korea develops nuclear missiles. meanwhile the national security advisor h.r. mcmaster tells "fox news sunday" the u.s. prefers a nonmilitary solution. and they hacker has released target episodes of the upcoming season of oranges and new black after netflix refused the ransom demands. the hacker now threatening to release tv episodes from other networks including fox, abc and isc. fbi investigating. stock market futures at 26 for this new trading day doll features that 26. s&p three, nasdaq 11. lauren, that is what's happening out. lauren: thanks, nicole. what is next? kevin sheridan, senior adviser for the presidential campaign. good to see you. but the government shut down off the table, can we expect to vote on health care this week?
>> they are getting closer. i don't know that it will come this week is skidding to a better place. the temperatures come down since the first failure and moderates and conservatives in the house caucus are talking and getting what they want on both sides. whether they can get to a place where they feel confident they can get two to 16 this week may be a bit ambitious. we are getting closer and they are still talking. this is a huge priority for republicans. they ran on it for eight years. the stanford put up or shut up. traitor power circuit on fleshing out the details of the tax bill. was the priority, taxes, health care? >> they are both priorities and tax reform obviously is something that has got to get us back to growth. growth is going to be the solution to many of the country's problems including our deficit and debt, getting jobs
back to the states that donald trump promised them to really get us back on a footing the country has normally been on. we haven't seen growth in 1% or 2%. we've been seeing it for years and that's not sustainable or acceptable and donald trump needs to push for tax reform. to see a combination of the two bills within very soon if not this week it will come pretty soon and you'll see real action on this. republicans had to take something back in their districts. they've got to run on this next election. lauren: they need a legislative win. have they figured out the issue of health care with preexisting conditions. what are the sticking points? >> conservatives do not like the idea that we be ensuring -- this is a very expensive provision of the bill unlike some others and conservatives have a real problem with it.
it's a very popular issue for the american people. they've got to figure out a different way to do it in high-risk was in subsidies for this people is the solution to bad. in the sticking point for conservatives. nicole: what grade would you give donald trump on the first hundred days? >> is restored leadership in the world. discovery due to reform done. he's putting us on the path to greater prosperity. he's got to get legislative victories but i would give him a very high grade. he's doing quite well. he's got the national security side in alaska to push through the economic side and some side and some of that that the congress. lauren: kevin sheridan, former economic adviser for the romney campaign. train to the box office milestone is the state of the various crosses the $1 billion sales mark it.
and it's still on the top of the weekend box office. we will have the other winners for you as well. utah jazz in the l.a. clippers seized in eliminating them in game seven of their playoff series. a day after his sister's funeral, isaiah thomas please the boston celtics to the jury over the washington wizards. we'll have all the highlights for you. you are watching "fbn:am." dow futures of 25. keep it right here, morning markets and breaking news. ♪
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truth remarks roll. the fate of the figure is correct to another $19 billion while breaking the $1 billion mark in global sales. the comedy that mother took second place. before and some came in at number three with $10 million while the new tom hanks thriller took 9.3 million instead, the boss baby with $9 million. trade to time now for. clippers jazz movie in the first game of the 11 round playoffs. things started off pretty poorly
in the first quarter. joe ingalls gets the layout. jazz tillerson. fourth-quarter utah in control. gordon hayward makes the shot. heyward finishes with 26 points at the jazz advance to the second round to take on the golden state warrior spirit in boston, isaiah thomas turned for game one after flying back home from his sister's funeral. the celtics in an early hold him to make matters worse, thomas goetz's tooth not dried out. he ran into the elbow. goes to the sideline and get that check out. somehow she manages to smile through the whole thing. third-quarter knocks down the three and takes their first lead 73-71.
avery bradley. 123-111. in baseball, washington leads 5-to. walks off the mound, holding his time in manager terry collins removes him from the game after 21 pitches. meanwhile, huge day for anthony rendon. his three home runs, nationals go on to crash 23-5. lauren: dallas bad. president trump laid out his priorities for the next 100 days. >> they will be such competition. right now there's no competition. there'll be such competition by the insurance company so they can get health care in people taking care of. lauren: will take a look her
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for a holiday. the only one trading up half a percent. trading to hack releases episodes from the new season of orange is the new black and claims to release more from other networks of its ransom request is not that. we will have the story. lauren: utah jab in l.a. clippers seized in eliminating them in game seven of their playoff series. a day after his sister's funeral, isaiah thomas please the boston celtics debate trio for the boston wizards. -- wizards. nicole: it is monday, may 1st. we welcome you to "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. lauren: republican and democratic negotiators reach in a $1 trillion spending bill to keep the government running through september. republicans give $1.5 billion for border security measures into $15 billion down payment to strengthen the military.
nicole: democrats fend off potential trusted planned parenthood and sanctuary cities. chuck schumer issuing a statement saying the bill ensures taxpayer dollars are not used to fund an effect a border wall excludes poison filled writers and increases investments in programs that the middle class relying on set just like medical research education and infrastructure. meanwhile, puerto rico would get an emergency ejection of emergency funding for program. lauren: president trump continues his push to repeal and replace obamacare. >> preexisting conditions are in the bill. i mandate. i says it has to be. they will have lower premiums. what will happen is the competition will drive down the premiums. in my opinion, much, much more than people understand.
lauren: chuck schumer and fox news sunday's nicole: protect obamacare. >> yet to realize they have to back off or peeling obamacare. they said over and over again if he backs off repealed the work with them to improve obamacare. lauren: might haven't seen pelicans are close to gaining enough votes in the house to pass the revised bill. nicole: white house national security advisor h.r. mcmaster and the new strategy on north korea. >> we have to do something again with partners in the region and globally and that involves enforcement of the human sanctions in place. it may mean ratcheting up sanctions even further and also means being prepared for military operations if necessary. nicole: this comes after north korea this country and test fired a ballistic missile. the missile launch appeared to have failed.
meanwhile, australia's prime minister saying his country would not tolerate north korea's drag to regional peace previous translator to meet with donald trump on thursday right here in new york. lauren: he is busy meeting with important leaders. steve mnuchin sitting down to discuss how the economic sanctions are a key tool for national security. >> we just came out with 250 new sanctions on. entities. sanctions on north korea, administering iran sanctions in russia's sanctions. these are important programs that we work hard at and that the intelligence community. >> when you want to impact something can you cut off the funding. >> absolutely. lauren: 7:00 eastern this morning on "mornings with maria." nicole: wild weather over the weekend with 13 people killed by tornadoes and flooding in the south and midwest.
turning to set several small towns killing four people. half of the destruction 35 miles long and 15 minus five. nearly 50 people taken to the hospital. texas governor greg pavitt surveys the damage. >> it looks like areas that were filled with trees that were forests, and looked like they had been ripped down his tinker toys. just completely knocked down. he sought other buildings completely flattened as well as others that were nothing more than rubble. nicole: at least two people died across missouri including a woman who drowned after rushing water swept away a car. flooding and wind in arkansas that claimed three lives. lauren: lipsky chacon at the global market action overnight. the nikkei in japan did trade and closed up half of 1%. nicole: in the u.s., a paris continue to watch for earnings.
dow futures at 24. s&p futures at three. we also have the monthly jobs report out on friday and is obviously key to our economy. lauren: oil has been down for two months still under $50 a barrel. gold also lower by $4 to 12.64 troy ounce. the u.s. economy grew at its worst case in three years last quarter. how do we get out of this growth fund? join the masses chased chief economist anthony chan. good to see you. it looks like companies have grown their profits by the most in 60 years to gdp is up 1%. how do you do? >> the first quarter is the weakest quarter. there appears to be a seasonal factor that earnings are strong. 44% of the surge in earnings is basically from two sectors. industrials and financial
sector. keep in mind that the financial sector is strong, credit is disbursed to the rest of the economy so that positions us well for the rest of the year and that's what i think i would not be surprised if you get 3% growth. >> we will hear from the fed this week. all this talk about three or four hikes this year. your thoughts about this week and what he expects. >> the federal reserve would give us to hikes this year because they reason for that is the federal reserve understand economic growth is on track to give you growth in excess of 2% to 2.2% growth this year. 2.5% growth next year. we know the expectation of attacks planned is boosting sentiment out there. >> it will stay on the two hikes this week. >> last month you've got the report. this friday you get around
185,000. nicole: the volatility index has been spiking. would you make of that? >> whenever that's thanks kamikaze people are fearful. lauren: i thought we were confident? >> there is a lot of volatility. i did some research that finds when you get a 20% surge in that index above 5800, 200 moving average, it actually predicts a market correction that the inaccuracy of 7.5% to 9%. even though the index goes up, don't be so fearful because its ability to project a market correction of 10%, less than 20% is quite limited in the fix has recently come down as we saw greater expect patience and attacks planned. nicole: really given us enough domestic outlook. earnings are improving. are there certain sectors you believe in more weather
technology or financial? if somebody wanted to invest money, what would you say? >> our favorite sectors or technology, technology for technology. another performer. with the financials. it is a great opportunity to come back as the health care air. even the biotech sector that has been lacking for recently coming back has a good chance of outperforming this year. lauren: everybody's talking about facebook on amazon, apple. a seizure of their names in the mix. anthony chan, thanks for joining us. nicole: a hacker has released pirated episodes of the upcoming season of oranges new black. -- orange is the new black. >> affect the hamptons only horrible. >> the dark overlord posted the first 10 episodes of on a popular filesharing site.
episodes first till in production late last year. the fbi is now investigating mast and a hacker also will release episodes from other networks including fox independent is chain of command actio at abc. netflix shares up more than 62% in the past year. lauren: tribune media is the deadline for good approaches. turbine has 42 and some of the nation's biggest markets. twenty-first century fox's talking of private equity firm blackstone group. fox has 20 tv stations pick 21st century fox's the parent of the fox business network trying to beat out an offer by sinclair broadcasting group which has 173 stations in small markets. texas-based broadcaster next are reportedly has also opposed tribune.
tribune media shares are down 47% plus in the past year. the bidding deadline thursday. nicole: addition to four ipos this week, apple is one of the stocks we are watching. the company to reporitcond straight quarter of revenue growth tomorrow driven by sales of the iphone seven plus had also not good on the cash pile as it sets to talk to stunning $250 billion according to "the wall street journal" in 90% of the money is overseas with it is thought that to the united states under president trump's tax plan, the government would get a $37 billion tax windfall along with $180 billion that can go to work for the u.s. economy. the one-year chart to the upside. facebook will release its earnings on wednesday. the social media tried to push sharply higher earnings per share on higher revenue.
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lauren: happy monday, everybody. let's get you caught up on what's happening now. republican and democratic lawmakers agreed to a $1 trillion spending package that funds the government through september but does not include president trump's cornerstone promises including funding for a border wall for sanctuary cities. the house and senate have until friday to approve the bill to avoid government shutdown. president trump leaves open the possibility of military action against north korea telling cbs news is only a matter of time before north korea develops nuclear missiles.
national security advisor h.r. mcmaster says the u.s. prefers a nonmilitary solution. he hacker has released pirated episodes of new episodes of "orange is the new black." a hacker threatening to release episodes from other networks including fox, abc and isc. fbi invested eating. trading to the upside more than half of companies reported the s&p 500 up four points right now. half a percentage point the way. that's a look at what's happening now. nicole: a recent fox news poll found 53% of americans support military action to stop the nuclear program. joining us to talk about raising tensions of north korea's kevin shared in common senior editor for the romney ride residential campaign. good morning. the day after president trump warned of a possible major
conflict with north korea, the regime launched a long-range missile. it failed in his clearly provocation. how should the trump administration respond to this? >> for eight years, barack obama began in international relationship initiate taking issues off the table. you see a president not willing to do that in a strong foreign policy team in h.r. mcmaster, james mattis, rex taylor sent and nikki haley uniting not to say this is a real issue. put it on top of an intercontinental ballistic missile, this got a real international problem here and they are in the end violation of all international standard in the community needs to come together and put pressure in every way possible including not taking the option of military force off the table. that's a very unlikely tough thing to say.
>> president trump also says the missile one disrespected china. china says north korea is not their responsibility. what is the exact role of china? >> north korea isn't part of china's responsibility. they supplied them with almost all of their international trade. if we don't have a partner in china here, we don't have a solution. japan and south korea can only do so much. the united states can only do so much. china will be the key to solving this program. they share a border with them. if needed they would have to go in. if there are for crisis they know refugees would come to them. china is the key to this and donald trump will continue using every way he can to put pressure
on north korea to tone it down. nicole: a really needs to happen first and fast? we've tried sanctions of past. we've tried international pressure. they will ratchet up sanctions in the short-term. everything h.r. mcmaster was saying yesterday. nicole: kevin sheridan, thank you for joining us. lauren: coming up, after deadly storms move across the south and the midwest, meteorologist janice dean will give us the spores. utah jazz in the l.a. clippers season eliminated them in game seven of their playoffs areas. the day after his sister's funeral, isaiah thomas as the celtics to a big win. we will have those highlights. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news.
trained to be ready for sports? clippers jazz the overseers to go seven games. chris paul helps the latest team to the second round at the start of in the first quarter. on the other end, joking us get the layout. the jazz's tillerson. they make the shot, and finished with 26 points. the golden state warriors. in boston, isaiah thomas returns for game one against the wizards after flying back home for his sister's funeral. john lott with the jumper. the celtics in the early 16 mapping whole.
actually picked up and goes to the sidelines to get checked out. somehow manages to smile toothless through all of this. then he uses the ball to mount a major combat. now three from the corner, celtics take their first lead at 73-71. avery bradley trails another three and win game one, 123-111. the mets lose more than a game against the nationals. now i send the guard in pain after this page to price harper. he walks off the mound holding his arm. terry collins removes him from the game after 21 pitches. meanwhile, huge day for anthony rendon hits three home runs and knocks and 10 rbis. nationals go on to crash the mets 23-5.
nicole: before you head out the door, literature monday forecast. fox senior meteorologist janice dean is all over it. reporter: good morning. let's take a look at it. severe weather including tornadoes over the last 24 hours portions of louisiana, mississippi with severe weather proved deadly over the weekend with a dozen deaths. it's going to be an ongoing threat today from the southeast up to his the northeast. behind it you can see right there record snowfall over areas like kansas and oklahoma over the weekend and record reciprocation amount with flooding concerns for at least six to eight inches within the last 48 hours. flood advisories will take several days for the water to start to proceed your severe threat as it moves eastward. seat across the mid-atlantic, and even into the north east
where we can see hail coming damaging winds and tornadoes. the thread later this afternoon. know what to do if there's a watch or warning in your area. highs today the 70s and 80s. cooler than average behind it. i next turned system into the west over the next couple of days. lauren and nicole, back to you. have a good monday. lauren: coming outcome of the wildest ride at disney world could be at shuttle. we will tell you why. you are watching "fbn:am" ♪ and i'm free if, freefall and ♪ ♪ to help protect what you've earned and ensure it lasts.
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i like the technology, but watch out. >> passengers for regular visitors administrator for six pairs of the driverless vehicle. thank you for watching fpn aem today. >> "mornings with maria" begins right now. >> live from los angeles, yours maria bartiromo at this special edition of "mornings with maria" maria: good morning, everybody. thanks for being with us. happy may day. monday, may 1st. your top stories right now the 6:00 a.m. on the east coast. lawmakers have reached a deal on a mass in his antidote to keep the government running through september. not included, the name tag for sanctuary cities. from taking on tax reform, treasury secretary steve mnuchin sat down since announcing tax reform