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trish: you have got to be able to handle it. >> it doesn't matter if you are republican or democrat. it was so far out of line -- trish: but it had nonononono br morning, president trump, takes the world stage for the it in a -- g-7 summit where expected to have tough talks on trade and climate change, the president met with the japanese prime minister moments ago, and said senator nor will be a major topic of their talks, good friday morning, i am nicole. >> good morning to you i am lea for lauren simonetti. >> upset in montana republican candidate greg gianforte wins special election a blow to democrats who hoped to regain ground after gianforte was charmed with body you slamming a reporter hours before voters
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went to polls, u.s. stock markets futures record closes for the s&p and nasdaq up arrows day after day dow this morning factored down 18 s&p futures down two nasdaq futures down two, gm sued for allegedly rising diesel engines to pass emissions tests, will he proton james carries a cavs to the third straight showdown with the warriors passes jordan on the way, and a thriller in pittsburgh penguins beat senators double ot to reach second straight stanley cup finals will highlights in sports. >> top of the mo wering into memorialized day would weekend 5:01 a.m. in new york may 26 welcome to fbn:am first look at markets and latest. >> breaking news president donald trump attending a g-7 summit, in sicily italy, he is expected to have a tough debate over trade and climate
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change, with other g-7 leaders, this comes a day after the president put pressure on nato members to pay their fair share. >> blake burman live in italy, with this very latest, blake? . reporter: nicole, lea good morning from sicily president trump on the ground in italy as g-7 summit sets get under way within the hour president trump met is meeting right now i should say, with the japanese prime minister abe the president saying, that the topic of north korea will be the focus, of this meeting, president trump saying of north korea a while ago and i quote here, it will be solved at some point, it will be solved. the president also saying north korea is a quote big problem. the official g-7 summit kicks off within the hour here u.s. officials saying, that topics like terrorism and trade will be a major part of the discussions here however, the other world leaders at this event are also likely to push
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the president, on the issue of climate change specifically the paris climate agreement, the white house has said the president will make an fumble decision on whether to stay in that agreement, whether to try to change it or potentially withdraw from it altogether, at the end of the g-7 meetings here which end tomorrow. coming up in heels of g-7 meeting president was in brussels yesterday at nato headquarters, there with dozens of nato member leaders, and the president pushed those leaders to have their countries submit more in the name of defense spending. the president had this demand for those leaders, listen. >> this is not fair to the people in taxpayers of the united states. and many of these nations owe massive alters of money from past years. and not paying. if nato countries made their full and complete contributions then nato would be even stronger than it is today.
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especially from the threat of terrorism. reporter: now even though president is abroad the russia investigation back home continues, to trail this president, according to multiple reports out this morning, fbi scrutiny is now pointing in direction of the president's son-in-law top adviser jared kushner at issue lea and nicole two meetings that kushner had in december during the transition period one, with russian ambassador kislyak another with a russian banker "the wall street journal" is roshth that kushner is not a antarctic at this point, nor is he a focus of investigation and kushner's attorney quoted saying kushner will -- will -- will go forward with speaking with anybody that he needs to he will comply with any and all parts of the investigation. back to you. >> attorney -- sounded as though very open with that investigation i just want to get back to the g-7, and what
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is happening now, you know a lot of g-7 leaders either to promote free trade but seem struggling to convince president trump of the merits of free trade, so what can we expect from their meeting over that issue? >>. reporter: will, the white house yesterday said basically that two things, at least from their vantage point will dominate this, terrorism, of course, already in the first and second sessions on this day the issues, syria libya north korea afghanistan-pakistan cyber kind of he terror related issues at beginning of this also trade. as you know, the president has been pushing more unilateral deals, they say that the president is a free trader but also he is a fair trader, so the issue of trade is something that this white house says will dominate part of the discussions, as relates really to the paris climate agreement, the white house saying, look, you know, they are not committing to this one way or another but one thing
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that this president is certain of is that he doesn't want any agreement to stichel growth that about ebb circles into trade pushing 3 piers growth what we know their target within upcoming year. >> blake burman there, live in italy thanks blake. >> republican -- gianforte winning montana house set a after charged with assaulting a reporter gianforte has won the special election, to replace ryan zinke who is now president trump's interior secretary, gianforte was charged with misdemeanor assault on wednesday after he a reporter for guardian newspaper slammed him to the ground. >> i should not have treated that reporter that way. and for that i'm sorry mr. ben jacobs i also want to apologize for fox news team that was there.
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and i'm sorry each one of you. that we had to go through this. >> in victory speech gianforte saying, his win is seen as endorsement of president trump. >> president trump calling for a justice department investigation into how sensitive information british shared with u.s. onch manchester terror attack ended up he in news reports, this comes after he photos published in "new york times" showed important crime scene evidence, british are prime minister teresa may raised the issue with president there at nato summit in brussels members of the british royal air forces a message to is isis handwritten note on bomb saying love from manchester expected to be dropped on isis forces in middle east military people often do when loading bombs on aircraft as sometimes they like to send a message write on bomb this is is not something unusual. >> trump administration travel
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ban blocked rulings 4th ask it court say the administration cannot limit travel to the u.s., from 6 pronouncemently muslim countries jeff sessions says department of justice strongly disagrees adding they will quote continue to vigorously domestic violence power and duty of the executive branch to preth country from danger we will see you in this case in united states supreme court. >> blake burman touched on jared kushner president trump's son-in-law reportedly under scrutiny by fbi senior adviser in the trump administration looked as as part of the coincident inquiry you into russian interference in 2016 election kushner met last year with russia's ambassador to u.s. a banker from moscow sources tell "washington post" investigation does not mean can you beer in is s asked of r
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said he would share what he knows about meetings fbi is not commenting on this. >> from global market action that we have been seeing we saw nikkei close down sided in japan down over a half 1%, indices to upside hong kong hang seng squeezes out, a minor gairp much like shanghai composite in china kospi up a half 1%, switching over to take a look at your european markets this morning, ftse higher by 7 cac quarante in paris, lower by 40, dax in germany, lower by 50. that check out u.s. stock market futures ahead of friday trading after record closings for the s&p and nasdaq, and names you know hitting all-time highs, let's check it out dow futures down 19, s&p futures down two, all right look at key commodities oil how i i i -- higher 13 cents, below 49.0 to barrel gold higher 9.50 at 12.69 a troy
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ounce, one of harvard's famous dropouts returning to the university yesterday. deliver the commencement speech, speaking of facebook ceo zuckerberg publicly endorsing idea for first time paying everyone a standard salary. >> now it is time for our generation to define a new social contract explore universal income to make sure everyone has a cushion to try new ideas. >> zuckerberg joining other silicon valley executives elon musk facebook co-founder hughes supporting basic in being zuckerberg left harvard to focus on facebook received an honorary degree. >> gm is sued by owners of deez real-time poured trucks accusing automaker of illegal emissions software to ao allow vehicles to bypass government emissions test exceed limits
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for pollutants on question silverado and dur max pickup truck targets more than 700,000 vehicles estimated to be on the road, gm says claims baseless that it will vigorously defend itself. >> costco a stock watching this morning shares rose nearly % extended trading after company reported better-than-expected quality rults by higher membership fees strong sales in united states stocks tumbled nearly 7% providio game trairlz earnings beat illustrate but profit fell from a year ago same-store sales rose more than 2% falling lunch of nintendo switch -- rose nearly 4% beauty products company topped expectations same-store sales soared more than 14%. coming up, an epic fight over hiking the debt limit could
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derail plans by congressional republicans the health care and to complete tax reform. >> we're going to be talking with members and with administration, on how we resolve the debt ceiling issue will bet resolved. >> next guest weigh in those on what needs to be done to stave off market shock, it may have been a soggy week but your weekend may be brighter we will see, fox sr., meteorologist has your forecast usual watching fox, stay with us. ♪ ♪ when you are going -- ♪ ♪ i am totally blind.
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here in new york indicating up on what is happening right now, president trump, has arrived at final stop of his first international trip, he is in sicily to attend g-7 meeting, earlier this morning, he met with japanese prime minister shinzo abe north korea topped talks. >> gianforte won montana special election charged with assaulting a reporter hours before polls opened across the state. gianforte apologized to the reporter he allegedly assaulted on election eve and also fox news team that witnessed that encounter. shares of gm fell sharply after truck owners alleged in
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a lawsuit company cheated on government diesel emissions test gp pickup trucks have three devices rigged to allow more pollution on road than treadmill tests in the laboratory gm said allegations without merit u.s. stock market futures dow futures lower 8 s&p lower by 1 nasdaq higher by 1 that is happening. >> an epic fight over raising debt limit could derail plans by criminal couples this summer to finish health care complete tax reform will lawmakers get the job done of about they leave for the august recess? >> let's ask jonathan good morning. >> great to you with you good morning. >> treasury secretary mnuchin wants a clean debt ceiling increase no controversial ad on these that complikate do you think that is possible? your predictions?
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>> well, it is -- it is likely but not going to be easy just as it wasn't under president obama it was republicans, of course, not making easy that time, now it is what so-called freedom caucus winning of republican party obama asked for it trump asking for it you know, the debt ceiling is an issue but really just the debt that is the bigger issue here, more than double -- under president obama from 10 to 0 trillion dollars i think what has not only many in freedom caucus but simply the markets concerned is the debt ices, that it will continue to climb, even under president trump 24 trillion dollars by 2027 so that is a lot of lawmakers i think a lot of wall street saying wait a minute how much can we afford may be this debt sealing fight is worth having. >> talk about g-7 going on right now president trump is expected to really focus, on the importance of our national economic growth here as you mentioned, so what can president trump hope to
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accomplish, on trade at the summit? >> well i think, that is a big question mark, i think there is one thing, that the markets know and are looking at scratching heads just what is going to be the president's approach in g-7 approach when it comes to trade we know, empirically trade is good a tremendously beneficial for our country, certainly since nafta was passed, but there are questions about that even yesterday, you know, as president trump talked about -- you know the pervasive ne was european cars german cars in america that impact on trade i think it has a lot of imports wondering what is the situation what is the legal sayings when it comes to trade in this country a big question mark we used to be able to count on u.s. number one advocate for free trade doesn't seem to be the case if i looked at one big you know, blank if you will, as to what is going to happen with economy trade unquestionably biggest question mark i think
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most have on minds right now. >> thank you so much for joining >> thank you. >> all right coming up, in sports, lebron james carries the cavs to their third straight showdown with warriors passes michael jordan on the way a thriller in pittsburgh penguins beat senators double ot to reach second straight stanley cup finals all those healths are coming up, are you planning on heading to the beach this memorialized day weekend dry, warmer weather may be on the way we have yourhold weekend forecast you are watching fbn:am first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪ never thought i could act this way, and i've got to say that i just don't get it, i don't know where we went wrong, but the feelings gone and i just can't get it back ♪
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lea: time for sports, cavs doing what everyone expected they dominate the celtics the set up the third straight nba finals, with golden state warriors, what would final be without lebron james his 7th straight appearance, and he seems to be peeking right time inside and throws down the one-handed slam, third quarter, lebron misses the kyrie irving offense rebound pasdz to lebron throws down that is it dishes one-handed jam in third cleveland leads by 29 lebron, 3, with that shot he passes michael jordan ads all time postseason
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scoring leader lebron finances 35 -- >> o hockey no lack of drama in stanley cup penguins senators in game seven, eastern conference finals third period tied at 1, scores on slap shot persons of interest burgh 2-1, later senators, shoots hits post ryan is there, for the goal tied at two into ot -- double ot the pecuniary around passes chris, and buries that one-timer, finished with second of the game, penguins win 3-2, they will face the predators in the stanley cup finals. chicago cubs like two things -- heed to go west coast for road trip madden had players decked out in clothes reminiscent of anchorman, anthony rizzo, the cool wig, and sportscaster coaches into
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the act, perhaps, most of you courageous the charter flight to los angeles. >> they look great before you head out look at holiday weekend forecast with fox he mooefrt cooler grass to go east coast, also cool across the west, so a lot of folks are going to be dealing with cooler temperatures, as we get into the weekend now we have area of low pressure that continues to spin over the northeast, that is going to bring travel delays it did yesterday ongoing through weekend, this next system moves out of the central u.s., not only today, but saturday, watching the mississippi tennessee river valley for potential of hail damaging winds isolated tornados to let through this evening extensive
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risk into saturday from texas all the way towards the mid atlantic with enhanced risk that you see in orange shaded early memorial day forecast eastern third unsettled i don't think -- there will be rain in your forecast, plans especially holiday monday, central uas it, clearing out better drier days ahead as well as the west, west looks good eastern third of the kin unfortunately ladies you got to bring umbrella. >> janice like for you to wipe out any rain in the forecast. >> i wish i could, just like that. >> all right. thank you janice. >> you got it. >> coming up, president trump heads into the final lag of first overseas trip as he takes the world stage, for the nato g-7 summit we have a live report from italy, on the presidents' day ahead. and republicans playing a claim a house set a greg gianforte wins a special election in montana hours after being charged with body
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. lea: breaking news this morning, president donald trump takes the world stage, for the nato g-7 summit, where he is expected to have tough talks on trade and climate change met with the jopz prime minister moments ago, said north korea will be a major topic of their talks, good friday morning i am nicole petallides. lea: good morning to you nicole to all of you i am lea gabrielle for lauren simonetti political upset republican candidate greg gianforte wins special election a blow to democrats hoped to regain ground after gianforte was charged with body slamming reporter hours before voters went to polls we will have
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that story. nicole: u.s. stock markets futures for s&p, nasdaq down arrows dow futures down 10 s&p down 1 1/2 nasdaq futures down a half one point. >> gm sued for allegedly rising diesel engines to pass emissions tests those details, and in sports lebron james carries the cavaliers to third straight showdown with warriors, passes michael jordan on the way thriller in pittsburgh penguins beat senators overtime. >> 5:1 a.m. in new york may 26 heading into maerm welcome to sbnam latest breaking news. >> this morning, president donald trump attending a g-7 summit in sicily italy, he is expected to have a tough debate over trade, in climate change with g-7 leaders, this
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comes a day after the president put pressure on nato members to pay their fair share, blake burman live in italy, with the very latest, blake. . reporter: nicole good morning to you president trump on the grounds here in sicily for the start of g-7 summit will take place today, and tomorrow. already the president having a meeting this morning, with the jopz prime shinzo abe president trump commenting saying the issue of north korea, that those two will discuss. >> we will be discussing many things including, of course, north korea, very much on our minds we will be discussing -- we will really be particularly focus on the north korea problem. the big problem a world problem. and it will be solved. at some point it will be solved.
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reporter: larger g-7 summit to begin momentarily with the president meeting with other world leaders the issues, of trade and retrospectively white house says at forefront, will be at the for front there other world leaders pushing the par is climate agreement white house says president will make final decision on paris climate agreement after the g-7 includes, yesterday, the president was in brussels for a meeting there, with nato leaders, and the president continued to push the leaders of those countries, to commit more to defense spending. >> this is not fair to the people many taxpayers of the united states. and many of these nations owe massive amounts of money from past years. and not paying. if nato kinds made their full and complete contributions then nato would be even stronger than it is today. especially from the threat of
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terrorism. reporter: meantime as president is abroad it be russia investigation back home continues to trail this president multiple outlets reporting this morning that at a president's son-in-law and closest adviser in the white house jared kushner is under scrutiny of fbi investigators at issue here two meetings during the transition, that kushner had with top russians one being russian ambassador to the u.s. kislyak another you a russian banker, those kushner's attorney says that kushner will economy with all investigations, and the "the wall street journal" reporting this morning kushner is not a target, nor is he a focus of the investigation. lauren, lea nickel i send it back to you i know you want to discuss have questions we have a bit of audio trouble this morning so i will have to leave it there i send it back to you from sicily as g-7 is under way. lea: i think everybody would agree blake did a fub lost job covering about vr topic.
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nicole: we heard from president on prime minister abe their meeting and, of course, north korea a huge topic of interest for everyone, as north korea launched a second ballistic missile two weeks sea of japan last weekend a big issue, moving on republican greg gianforte winning montana only u.s. house set a a day after charged with assaulting a reporter, gianforte has won special election to replayoff ryan zinke the president trump interior secretary gianforte charged with misdemeanor assault wednesday after he grabbed a reporter from the guardian newspaper and slammed him to the ground. >> i should not have treated that reporter that way. and for that i'm sorry mr. ben jacobs i also want to apologize to the fox news team that was there, and i'm sorry to each one of you.
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that we had to go through this. >> in his victory speech gianforte also saying his win is seen as an endorsement of president trump. >> president trump calling for a justice department investigation, into how sensitive information british shared with united states on the manchester terror attack ended up in news reports, this comes after photos published in the "new york times" showed important crime scene evidence. british prime minister theresa may, raised the issue with president trump in this yesterday's nato summit in brussels members of the british royal air force sending a message to isis with mapped written note on this bomb saying, love from manchester. bomb is expected to be dropped on isis forces in the middle east. >> the trump administration, controversial travel ban, blocked again, the ruling from the fourth ask it court of appeals in richmond means administration cannot limit travel to the to the u.s. from
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six muslim countries attorney general jeff sessions says didn't strongly greece adding will quote continue to vigorously defend power and duty of the executive branch to protect people of this country from danger will seek review in the united states supreme court. >> jared kushner president trump's son-in-law reportedly under scrutiny by fbi a sr., adviser until the trump administration being looked at as part of the fbi coincident inquiry you into you rufrn interference in 2061 election kushner met with russia's ambassador to the united states banker from moscow sources tell "washington post" the investigation does not mean kushner is suspected of a crime. kushner's lawyer, says he would be willing to share with congress what he knows about the meeting. fbi is not commenting.
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>> let's get you kaunt on global market action asia knee tay lower 6/10 of 1% hang seng hong kong higher fractionally shanghai composite in china higher factionly kospi higher one half of 1%. >> after campaigns suspended in uk they are back on we are waiting for that big june 8 election, london ftse up 1/10 of 1% cac quarante in france down a half 1%, and german dax down one-third of 1%. >> s&p, nasdaq closed record highs yesterday, and gain today more records here is a look at futures ahead have had opening bell dow futures lower 8 s&p futures lower by one nasdaq futures higher fractionally. >> oil and o gold down two sessions in a row decided to turn are a oz around oil right now 25 cents, 49.15 a barrel gold gains 70, 12.68 troy ounce. >> one of harvard famous dropouts rufrng to the university yesterday to
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deliver commencement speech mark zuckerberg endorsing the idea for the first time of paying everyone a standard salary. >> now it is time for our generation to define a new social contract we should explore ideas universal basic income to make sure everyone has a cushion to try new ideas. >> joining silicon valley skvz elon musk facebook cofounder hughes supporting basic incomes zuckerberg lowest harvard 12 years ago to focus on facebook received honorary degree. >> general motors sued by owners of diesel powered trucks kufs automaker you using illegal eejs software to bypass government tests and exceed legal limits for pollutants on road heavy-duty chaef ly sill have aedo, absented pickup truck, the lawsuit comes after volkswagen
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admitted it you'd illegal software to cheat on tests, the gm suit targets more than 700,000 vehicles estimated to be in use, gm says the claims are baseless, and that it will vigorously defend itself. >> former treasury secretary larry summers harshly creativing who is a over proposed budget called for balanced budget in 10 years, speaking to maria bartiromo summers says budget is quote ludicrously optimistic. >> it is the least honest competent budget that has pen put out in 40 years. look. there value judgments about the poor, i don't agree with those value judgments but they were elected they have a right to make their value judgments. there are about optimistic economic forecasts there further away from professional consensus than any administration in more than a generation. that doesn't seem like the best bet, but they are
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entitled to their opinion. but they are not entitled to violate the laws of arithmetic and logic. >> you can hear the entire interview on wall street week 8:00 pm on fox business network. >> costco one of the stocks we are watching this morning, shares rose nearly 2% extended trade after company reported better-than-expected he quarterly results held by higher membership fees and strong sales in u.s.. shares of game stucked tumbled nearly 7% retailer earnings pete illustrate but profit fell from a year ago, same-store sales rose more than 2% following launch of nintendo. also, beauty rose nearly 4% results from the product seller also topped expectations, and same-store sales soared more than 14%. coming up, stock market averages head into today's session all higher for the week we saw records will this
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. lea: we continue with breaking news, president's trip abroad we are now looking at live pictures from italy president donald trump meeting with g-7 summit leaders there in sicily italy we are seeing some of them, arriving right now, the g-7 can i have thes of canada france germany italy japan, the united kingdom and europe states. the president is expected to have a tough debate, over trade, and climate change, with other g-7 leaders. of course, a key issue that they are going to be discussing is whether or not, the u.s. or -- the issue considered is whether or not u.s. may be withdrawing from
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paris climate accords many g-7 leaders hope that that will not happen, there is obviously efforts to clean up the environment, but the president and his advisors and white house leaders have said that, of course, the u.s. economy is going to be number one on the u.s. priority list, clean energy not everyone concerned about among g-7 leaders waiting for president for the g-7, family photo that is what they are setting up for now as looking at, the g-7 leaders arriving now. we just saw angela merkel there she is from germany, coming in for that photo we will be waiting for other leaders as they are arriving. >> all right the s&p 500 nasdaq composite closed at fresh records yesterday, with dow 32 points lower record close in march what is next for the market, and while we
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are taking some video in on g-7 summit let's ask jonathan hoenig, are you back here with us. >> great to be with you yes good morning. >> so where do you he see the market headed right now? >> it is headed up, i mean despite all this -- intrigue world turmoil trend exonerates higher for stocks as i mentioned yesterday all-time highs two of the three major indices and the board of education continues very positive what does that mean in a lot of stocks continue to do well, 300 new 52-week highs yesterday only 100 new loss stocks continue to trend higher until that changes, keep in mind markets tend to move in trends they are not chaotic not crash unexpectedly all one day so trend continues to be higher for stocks, and what is strongest are technology names it used to be you know gms ge's old industrial names it is technology that is leading the ship right now, amazon
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knocking out 1,000 a share the market hire. >> amazon thousand google right there as well you really thinking that this trend continues, here despite the fact within records -- >> yeah and we've seen record last summer in summer even leading up to election we know, of course, the market sleltd not long after president came to power was elected but i think so long as you continue to see companies you mentioned amazon, how much amazon changed forget decade just last 3, 4, 5 years that is driving this -- this record high, i don't believe it is excessive smaiks like 90s evaluation stocks are not terribly expensive and historical basis, it is innovation particularly technology space driving market hire unless completely unexpected shock trade and especially from the president
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-- could call that into question i believe markets tend higher as they have for better part of four or five years. >> what do you like right now which would you avoid. >> i i think you avoid surprisingly oil, that when president trump came to power, a lot of people expected given the instruction in regulation, you would see oil stocks do quite well they have been o opposite laggards now good news awash in oil, oil stocks doing parly stick with what is working technology in will that changes, those will continue to be the markets big number one winners, kind of out with the old, the big smoke deck companies like gms oil companies it is in with new, the high-tech companies, even the biotech not only o revolutionary but revolutionary in world as well -- >> take a look at economy we know the fed meets in june, what do you think they are
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likely to do this year? and do you think they are going to make the right decision? >> well, central planners never make the right decision always make the wrong decision when it comes to federal reserve and interest rates, what has been surprising i think me and many people even as fed talked about, raising interest rates, in fact it just -- >> all right we thank you for joining us we continue to have live pictures from italy keep it right here on fox business. e bp developed new, industry-leading software
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and waiting for trump's arrival. nicole: while waiting for that how about time for sports, kavld doing what expected adopted celtics to set up third straight nba finals golden state warriors, and what would be -- lebron james, it will be a season ofth straight disappearance seems piqueing the right time throws down one-handed slam, third quarter, lebron misses the 3 kyrie irving the offensive rebound passes back to lebron throws it down, watch the vicious one-handed jam! oh, still in third cleveland by 29 lebron buries the three with that shot passes michael jordan all time postseason scoring leader lebron finishes with 35 points, cavs win 135-102. to hockey, stanley skup
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playoffs senators game seven earns conference finals third period 110, slap shot pidz burgh 2-1 -- senators eric carlstone histories post ryan is there for the goal tied at 2 we head to overtime and after a scoreless ot it is on to double overtime. moving the pecuniary around passes chris buries one tooirm, a second of the time if he will face predators stanley top he finals, to baseball, drew pitching a gem for the red sox strikes out seven of first nine batters he faces owned up with 11 in 6 innings, 8 innings -- deep for first homer of season red sox win 6-2. >> before you head out the door a look at your weekend
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forecast fox sr., meteorologist janice standing by. >> let's look at current temperatures cooler than? a across the eastern third of the country, as well as the west look at temperatures, 30s, 40s, we've a new storm system moving out a of the rockies that is going to be a big weather maker into saturday, still looking at this area of low pressure unsettled for northeast and then looking ahead to the potential for stronger severe storms for high plains, and then across the mississippi ohio tennessee river valley saturday widespread potential large hail damaging winds o isolated tornados memorial day not bad for west frontal boundary potential for storms gulf coast as well as parts of the northeast. so unfortunately for the northeast you are going to have to need umbrellas atlantic basin forecast hurricane season begins june 1. >> noaa expecting above average season be prepared
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along the areas that could be impacted by hurricanes this year back to you ladies. >> thank you janice we will be right back, stay with us guys. # at fidelity, trades are now just $4.95. we cut the price of trades to give investors even more value. and at $4.95, you can trade with a clear advantage. fidelity, where smarter investors will always be.
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live pictures italy, president donald trump has just arrived to the g-7 meeting, for the family photo you can call it we have seen angela merkel theresa may emmanuel macron president
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donald trump arrives to meet with other leaders, to discuss terrorism, trade, climate change, among other things. k those cli leaders of japan canada france uk italy germany, of course, the u.s. thank you so much for joining us this morning a great morning so far. it was great to see you lea we are going to keep keep you on on president donald trump that we know that he already met with prime minister abe recently, of japan a short time ago was in brussels yesterday. so keep it right here on fox business we will continue our breaking news, and thank you for watching fbn:am. >> "mornings with maria." >> morning. >> we see you he shortly thank you so much good morning, everybody. to everybody i am dagen mcdowell in for maria bartiromo. it is friday, may 26, top stories at 6:00 a.m. eastern time, president trump capping his first overseas trip at that g-7 meeting, last hour, he held a bilateral meeting
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with japanese prime shinzo abe this comes after the president targeted nato lack of funding for defense yesterday. >> these great security concerns are the same reason that i have been very, very direct with secretary, members of the alliance, in saying that nato members must finally contribute their fair share. >> we will take you to italy to sicily straight ahead plus the growing terror threats authorities in manchester, england believe back to work may have made a second bomb. >> it comes as las vegas police warn resorts hotels about a new isis video we have latest developments there, republican greg gianforte wins montana special election even as he faces an assault charge. his message to the reporter he said to have assaulted

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