reliably fast internet starts at $59.95 a month. comcast business. built for business. dream to breaking news this morning. both set to open an hour from now to wrap delegates in new york. donald trump looking to save about 95 delegates on the democratic side. kelley clinton takes a cautious tone despite a big lead over her rival, bernie sanders. good morning. i'm nicole petallides. lauren good morning. i am lauren simonetti. the power to close above 18,000. let's check out u.s. stock market futures. s&p futures at nine.
the index closing 3.7% in china. the shanghai composite at the third of 1%. nicole: volatility up after we'll about $40.4. output than half of 1%. lauren: keeping our eye and shares of netflix and ibm. we will hit growth in ibm posting this for sales in 14 years. both stocks set to open sharply lower this morning. nicole: could more years handle the rockets about their star, south korea. down to the wire and a last-second play. we let you know who won. lauren: wisher will pick five of 1:00 a.m. welcome to "fbn:am." thanks for getting your day started. the latest breaking news and what to expect the day ahead. true to do it is decision day in new york as voters head to the
polls to choose a presidential nominee. 95 delicate at stake for the republican. 247 for democrats. front runner donald trump looking for support in a massive rally yesterday. here's more from our own peter barnes. >> despite his lead in the polls today, donald trump is not taking any votes for granted. he went to buffalo to hold a campaign rally. we also heard them talking again like the presumptive nominee going after hillary clinton. >> bill clinton was married to cricket hillary clinton. you know that, right? [cheers and applause] you know that. and that is a total disaster. reporter: trump will be a trump tower in manhattan for his expected it to party tonight. back to you. trend to make sure to tune in sniper special coverage of the year primaries at 7:00 p.m. eastern time right here in the
fox is this network. lauren: hillary clinton opened a lot of the victory were bernie sanders for the democratic presidential nomination. an average of polls from real clear politics, clinton holds a 13-point lead. adam shapiro has the latest. reporter: good morning to you. bernie sanders says the only poll that matters is the one at the end of voting on tuesday which determines the winner of the democratic primary nature. sanders spent most of his day rallying supporters on picket lines and at a rally monday night in london city. >> we have won eight out of the last nine caucuses and primaries. and if we get a large voter turnout tomorrow, we are going to win here in new york. [cheers and applause] reporter: hillary clinton rallied supporters monday and
made into double-digit lead over sanders. she promised a group of women voters on monday to fight for reproductive rights and equal pay. >> people who work into this job should get equal pay. that should not even be debatable. >> even going into the primerica double-digit lead according to most polls, clinton knows this is critical and she's lost primaries where she was supposed to win according to the polls. more in common, back to you. lauren: adam shapiro, thank you. trained to fight the above data flooding due to heavy rainfall. more storms and rain expected today. the area hard hit with 10 to 20 inches of rain. greg abbott says there have been more than 1000 water rescues in the rain and flooding is to continue. >> parts of texas will receive
rain over the coming day. arts of texas may not get any rain. however, they will still be subject to higher pricing monitor and still ongoing flood. nicole: added has declared a state of disaster in nine counties. the latest details from fox meteorologist maria molina just ahead. lauren: very tragic that the supreme court evenly divided on the president on his immigration plan. justices of waning support in 4 million undocumented immigrant whose children are u.s. citizens. the court has eight members and the death of conservative justice antonin scalia after extended arguments yesterday as possible the panel could be deadlocked florida for and would effectively kill the immigration plan for the rest of president obama's remaining time in office. tree into earnings beat wall street expectations but investors focused on easter growth predictions in shares
fell about 8% in after-hours trading after netflix said it expects to have less than half as many subscribers as it did during the first quarter. it expects about one fifth of those from the u.s. and the rest globally. ibm reported its 16th straight drop of quarterly revenue despite a double-digit gain in sales in the cloud services division. ibm earnings better than expected revenues down a percent a year ago when the company is moving from the hardware services businesses to cloud computing and data analytics. make sure to watch "mornings with maria" today at 7:00 a.m. eastern time. maria has been due with the ibm ceo. cfo. lauren: investors look over earnings from goldman sachs wrote this morning that the bank expected to posted disappointing result. analysts looking for a profit of two dollars 45 cents per share revenue $6.7 billion. minneapolis fed president neil
fish curry speaking about the big things going on the government to break them out. he told liz claman told liz claman i count on to the closing bell that he does not want a repeat of 2008. >> we are running out of time. if we don't map well to still remember how that the crisis is common i'm afraid we will turn the chapter on this, tell ourselves the problem can happen again in 20, 30, 50 years from now in, 50 years from now we may face a terrible crisis. >> lashkar-e-taiba for increasing capital requirements for banks. nicole: time to get too caught up in the global action. one star in asia, japan kf 3.7%. though the other teams to china shanghai composite up shanghai composite at the third represented south korea's cost me one 10th of 1% and hong kong's hang seng 1.3% to the upside. lauren: investors in asia and half a percent in london for the cp at 1.2% gain for the cac in
paris and the dax and germany the star of the show. about 2%. >> u.s. stock market futures tacking on yesterday gave. here's a look right now up 484 for dow futures, s&p up nine and nasdaq up 30. >> oil for the first time in five days. back above 40 of 42 cents pickled up $9. >> let's take a look at the currency board here at the u.k. pound canadian dollar mexican peso stronger against the dollar but again is weaker against the greenback. trend to bless check out the yield on the ten-year treasury. 1.79%. treacher nordstrom's is cutting jobs. the detailed brochure retailers is to eliminate jobs of eliminate jobs as it faces headwinds from rivals such as amazon.com. the job cuts represent less than
the employees and most of the cuts will occur at the corporate center and regional support team. lauren: target is raising wages. the discount retailer increasing minimum wage to $10 an hour. it all starts next month. the increase follows the lead of competitors including wal-mart. also facing pressure from labor groups to make higher pay. wages for employees making more than $10 an hour and will include benefits based on workers at periods. tree into retail may be hurting but the gun industry added 25,000 jobs last to think to an unprecedented surge in gun sales. national shooting sports foundation so that is an increase of 10% jobs average about $50,000 a year in wages and benefits. the gun stocks like smith & wesson are generally great. lauren: gun sales up 70% since 2008. the headlines in today's edition
of "the wall street journal." the subject of a criminal by the u.s., federal prosecutors investigate whether the blood testing company misled investors about the state of the technology and operations. ups pilot union says the two sides are near an impasse. federal mediators expected to decide whether the two parties have reached an agreement or if it's a stalemate. americans keeping their cell phones longer. the demise of the two-year cell phone contract is preventing many consumers from the 13 device upgrades. they hold onto deal funds longer. nicole: our families getting killed on data. just like you do now. earnings are made for stocks to watch. johnson & johnson, the health product company expected to report higher earnings and revenue. the staff of more than 13% over the last three months and it's been hitting all-time highs. here's a look at united health group's expected to report approved earnings and revenue
from a year ago. they assure us of disclosing the exchange business late last year. investors want to know how many states the united states health plan next year. results do today from harley davidson. the key things to watch sales and shipments come and shipments come in the book or article maker periods. coming up, floods from 20 inches of rain slamming texas. more rain expected today. the governor had this warning for drivers. >> please remember the easy phrase, turn around, don't drown. stay out of the rising water. >> meteorologist maria molina will be here at the latest on this torrential rains. the big push for new york delegates is on. donald trump looking to sweep up all the entire state delegates for hillary clinton and bernie sanders make the closing argument to new york voters.
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nicole: 5:15 a.m. in new york it's okay to caught up on what's happening now. this is the day new yorkers vote in the primary election. donald and hillary clinton looking for big victories to add to the delegate count. a lot of safer tankers, john kasich and bernie sanders. 95 delegates up for grabs for republicans paid 247 for democrats. at a rally in buffalo, trump talked about the world trade center. >> i saw the bravest people i've ever seen including the construction workers and every person down there. that is what new york values. lauren: hillary clinton played
to her new york audience as well. >> new york had my back and i always tried to have your back. and i will again if i'm so fortunate enough to be elected your president. nicole: time for the budding 45 minutes from now. our people as died in the houston area. more storms and heavy rain expected today as well. the houston area particularly hard hit with 10 to 20 inches of rain. governor greg abbott said there have been more than month as the water rescues in the rain and flooding is expected to continue. shares of netflix and ibm today. this sales but both stocks expected to open sharply lower. as for u.s. stock market futures overall, looking pretty good. the dow 18,000 today with a stick acted to after breaching the mark for the first time
since july. dow futures higher by 45 points. s&p and nasdaq futures update to. nicole: let's turn right to amazon. amazon hoping to broaden its market with a contract for the new york city school system. the company and not to be awarded a contract to sell e.u. backs to new york city schools for $64.5 million over five years. the department of education will vote today on the initial three years of the contract valued at about $30 million. schools are a potentially lucrative target for tech companies because of the opportunity to update their classroom. cbs is adding a twist to the tractor industry. the drugstore chain planned to announce today that will let you order through cvs volvo ab have your order delivered to you in your car. all you need to do his part in the parking lot so they can deliver to your car.
it is called cvs express and will be immediately available in california, north carolina and georgia. most of the retailers will get it of the year. >> you can't get it in new york city. it's not easy to park here. according to earnings today. analysts expect 12% drop in quarterly revenue om a year ago. yahoo! expects it is told potential bidders that it anticipates revenue from search display another advertising to drop around 11% this year. nicole: could the golden state warriors handled the houston rockets. without their star seth currie. again came into the liar wire in the last-second play. all of the highlights for you. >> it's what parents do. delighted their kids for their own good. the mac of their parents are
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died. died in her sleep on sunday of natural causes. the actress turned for ms were rolled as raper road -- with raper road on everybody loves raymond. she got her start on broadway in the 19 get these most recently starred in nature radios that didn't air during the 2016th super bowl. doris roberts was 90 years old and will be fondly remembered. >> devastating houston is more storms are underway this morning paid maria molina tracking the latest for us. >> good morning. tracking more storms throughout the day today and even into tomorrow across portions of texas. will he have going on is an area of low pressure that is a very slow mover pulling in a lot of moisture northward producing heavy rain at the lower mississippi river valley and extending north across parts of the plane. the forecast out here with the
heavy concentration of varices diffused in part of louisiana with areas anticipating six inches of rain. the other concern across parts of texas is a dresser for severe weather. damaging winds, large hail and isolated tornadoes will all be concerned across western texas. temperatures across several parts of the nation are very toasty. for its across parts of the southeastern u.s., one degree shy of 90 degrees out there. feeling like summer. very warm for this particular region of the u.s. 82 degrees for the forecast high seattle. over to you. >> did you hear her say temperatures are going to be toasty? >> now let's take a look at the latest in the world of sports. the warriors still able to beat the rocket. clay thompson picked up the golden state with 34 points.
warriors have beaten the rocket six straight times and are now up to a no. curry has two get healthy for the next game. oklahoma city were dallas came up on top 85 to 84. mavericks up i want with seven seconds remaining when he missed two free throws after tuna shots comes david adams that he clinched it for the center with his last-second push back. the shop was declared no good. the boston marathon yesterday with ethiopian santa can you just hear their first-ever sweep of the event. the 120th edition of the men's race after finishing in two hours 12 minutes 45 seconds. they came back from it or to seven seconds to win and finish in two hours 29 minutes and 19 seconds.
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lauren: breaking news this morning. all set to welcome us for an hour from now could the final push on to grad delegates in your great donald trump to sweep up on 95 delegates. on the democratic side, hillary clinton takes a cautious tone despite a big lead over bernie sanders. i am lauren simonetti. nicole: i am nicole petallides. the power to close about the 18,000 mark the very first time since july. lauren: this check i had at the opening bout the day after we regained 18,000. dow futures higher by 52.5.3% to the upside. nasdaq futures higher.
.7% to the upside. nicole: acacia follows wall street's late could make a make a looking up 3.5%. shanghai composite index up fractionally. >> after opec said it took for his production right now, oil holding $40 a barrel of more than 1%. >> keeping their adventures of netflix and ibm. the price hike in its subscriber growth and ibm posting is where sales than 14 years. both stocks to open sharp lower this morning. in sports, could sports, could the worst kind of rockets without their star, seth currie and the mavericks came down to the wire on a last-second play. we will let you know who won. 5:30 a.m. tuesday, april 19th. big news and sports amounts of earnings to watch. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at the market, and what to expect the day ahead.
>> voters head to the polls to choose a presidential nominee. 95 delegates at stake for republicans and 247 for democrats. donald trump looking for support at a massive rally yesterday. more now from peter barnes. >> despite his big lead in the polls going into today, donald trump has not taken any of us for granted. he went to buffalo last night told a campaign rally. we also heard him talking again like a presumptive nominee going after hillary clinton. >> bill clinton was married to cricket hillary clinton. you know that, right? and that is a total disaster. >> trump will be a trump tower in manhattan for is expected that three party tonight. back to you. >> make sure to tune in for special coverage to start the 7:00 p.m. eastern right here on the fox business network. nicole: hillary clinton to lock
up victory for the democratic presidential nomination. according to an average of polls from rocks or politics, hillary clinton holds a 13-point lead. here is added shapiro at the latest. >> good morning to you. bernie sanders says the only poll that sanders is the one at the end of voting on tuesday which determines the winner of the democratic primary in new york as xander spent most of his day monday rally of supporters on the picket line and at a rally monday night in long island city. >> we have won eight out of the last nine caucuses and primaries. and if we get a large voter turnout tomorrow, we are going to win here in new york. >> hillary clinton rally supporters monday and heads into the primary, maintaining a
double-digit lead over sanders as she promised a group of women voters on monday to fight for reproductive rights and equal pay. >> people who work and do the job should get equal pay and that should not even be debatable. reporter: even go into the primaries a double-digit lead according to most polls, clinton knows this is critical and she's lost primaries for she was supposed to win according to the poll. lauren, nicole. back to you. >> five people have died and thousands out of their homes after flooding in the houston area and even worse, more storms and heavy rain affected today. houston particularly hit hard but that to 20 inches of rain. governor craig chavez says more than 1000 water rescues and flooding all expected to continue. >> there'll be parts of texas that continue to receive rain.
there'll be parts of texas that may not get any rain. however there will still be subject to higher rising water and still ongoing floods. >> as he saw them in cement me from his car submerged, abbott has declared a state of disaster in nine counties. the latest details from meteorologist maria molina just ahead. >> evenly divided on immigration plan, justices consider 26 a challenge to the administration plans for avoiding deportation for a million undocumented immigrants whose children are u.s. citizens. the court has had eight members since the death of conservative justice antonin scalia in february. after arguments yesterday it appeared possible the panel could deadlock for before. that would effectively kill the immigration plan for the rest of president obama's time in office.
>> earnings news that got netflix for you. beating the street's expectations but investors are focused on user growth prediction going forward. look at this bid ask. eight dollars in premarket trading expects to have less than half as many did compared to the first quarter of last year. it expects to fit the dust in the u.s. the rest globally. talk of saturation. shares of ibm off 4% right now after the company reported 16 straight drop in quarterly revenue. that was despite a double-digit gain in status of its cloud services unit. ibm earnings are better than expected but revenue was down 5% a year ago. ibm in the process of a transition from hardware to cloud computing as well as data analytics and software security. make sure to watch "mornings with maria" 7:00 a.m. eastern time at the ibm cfo martin schroeder.
>> investors look over another big bank this morning. altman sets to post disappointing result like big banks that have reported that further earnings season due to choppy markets. analysts looking for a profit of $2.45 per share on revenue of $6.79. will they beat the lowered expectation? minneapolis fed president is calling on the government to break up the big banks and he told our own liz claman on countdown to the closing bell that she does not want a repeat of 2008. >> we are running out of time. if we don't ask why we still remember out that the crisis was, i'm afraid we'll turn the chapter on this. we will tell ourselves the problem can happen again in 20, 30, 50 years to now we may face another terrible crisis like we did in 2008. nicole: also calling for an increase in capital requirement for the banks.
lauren: landscape out of a global market action overnight. the shanghai composite in china .3%. the nikkei in japan from the star of the show. yesterday's decline after the earthquakes in the country might've been too severe that the nikkei up 3.7%. hang seng in hong kong up 1.3%. kospi and south korea fractionally. nicole: a real good will that make a division of the america. all that there is across the board. cac up. london up more than half of 1%. >> there might be little fear of missing out on this day games we've been seeing for stocks to maybe a little skittish because volume has been low. in the premarket, dow futures climbing higher. s&p futures of the lebanon nasdaq futures at 35. nicole: the commodity story has been wild. chesapeake done 9%.
wild yesterday after opec did not freeze out, but oil this moment at 49 cents. $40.27 a barrel up over 1% and gold is at $9. lauren: the yen in japan is weaker but the hero from the u.k. pound from the canadian dollar and mexican peso are higher versus u.s. dollar. nicole: here's the yield of 1.79%. lauren: first term is cutting jobs. it will eliminate between 350 and 400 jobs as it is his headwinds from rivals like amazon.com. represents less than 1% of the 72,000 workers. most of the job cuts will occur at the corporate that are as well as the regional support team. nicole: target is raising wages for the second time in the growth of the discount retailer increased the minimum wage to $10 an hour starting next month. the increase follows to
competitors including wal-mart, facing pressure from labor groups demanding higher pay. would also raise wages already making more than $10 will include benefits based on workers experience. transfer the gun industry added 25,000 jobs last year it links to an unprecedented surge in gun sales. the national shooting sports foundation says jobs in the gun industry did rise by 10% last year in the group said the jobs pay about $50,000 on average. that's a big deal because most of the jobs were in world areas for $50,000 goes a long way. here's a look at the headlines in today's edition of "the wall street journal." the subject of a criminal. prosecutors investigate whether the company misled investors about the state of its technology in operation. ups says they are near an impasse. the mediators expected to decide whether the two parties have reached a stalemate.
americans keep their cell phones longer. the demise of the two-year cell phone contract stopped many consumers for merging device upgrades. earnings remain in the spotlight today. these are three stocks to watch. investors look over results from job to johnson when the company reports it for the opening bell look for higher earnings, higher revenue. the stock of over 13% in the last three months. then you have the united health group expected to report improved earnings from a year ago. the insurer already disclosed addicts at the boss is its affordable care exchange as of late last year. investors want to know how many states the united health plans will leave next year. results also due from harley davidson. key things to watch year to watch year. sales and shipments. the motorcycle company has seen sales decline in recent periods. nicole: they're working on a cruiser for ladies doing better.
floods from as much as 20 inches of rain and more rain expected today. the governor has wanted for motorists. >> please remember the easy phrase turn around, don't drown. stay out of the rising water. trade chief meteorologist maria molina will be here momentarily with the latest controversial grants. a good push for nader delegates. donald trump this donald trump this week that the state delegates. hillary clinton and bernie sanders making their argument today. you are watching the fbm a.m., your first look at money markets and breaking news. ♪
nicole: it is right now 5:35 a.m. at the team caught up on what's happening out there this is the day new yorkers go to the poll to the poll to vote in the primary election. donald trump and hillary clinton looking for big victories to have to delegate counts. also a lot of stick for ted cruz, john sabra and bernie sanders. 95 delegates up for grabs in 247 for the democrats. both the world trade center. >> i saw the greatest people i've ever seen including construction workers. including every person down there.
that's if the value is about. >> eloquent in played to the new york audience. >> new york had my back and i always try to have your back. i will again if i'm so fortunate enough to be a lack of your president. >> now it is time for the voting. at least five people have died in flooding caused by heavy rainfall in the houston area. morse is in heavy rain at today. 10 to 20 inches of rain. maria molina will have one now. shares of netflix and ibm. it is worried about subscriber growth and we see that done about $8. ibm said sales were the lowest in 14 years. also to the downside by $8 as well. both stocks expected sharp as i read this morning. looking at u.s..market futures. market futures this morning looking higher.
at 18,000 yesterday. up 63. s&p futures up 11. that is what is happening now. lauren: ensign hoping to broaden its market even more with a contract from the new york city school system. amazon a mind to be awarded a contract to set up x to new york city schools. a contract worth $64.5 million over five years. the department of education will vote on initial three years of the contract valued at about $30 million. schools are pretentious overly lucrative target because of the opportunity to upgrade the classroom. cbs is adding a tourist to the drive through. it will bite you order items through a small bow out and deliver them straight to your car. they will chop off the purchase at your vehicle. the service will be called cbs express immediately available in california, georgia and the carolinas.
about 8000 stand-alone stores would get up by the end of that year. the ones not getting the service or in big cities or those without parking lots. nicole: that's nice if you have a baby in a car, but it's okay to walk into the store for the exercise, too. a 12% drop in revenue a year ago. yahoo! apparently expects potential bidders for the company said it anticipates revenue for search display another advertising to drop as much as 11% in 2016. lauren: for the golden state warriors handled the houston rockets without their star, seth currie? the game came down to the wire and the last second delay. the >> that the parents do. they landed their kids for their own good. >> other parents parents are blind, mom. they believe in their children. the >> no they don't.
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loves raymond and she appeared in many tv shows and movies during her more than six decades in show business. robert scott are sent abroad were in the 1950s most recently starred in a doritos commercial that aired during the super bowl. doris roberts is 90 years old and she looked amazing. nicole: i really love her and she will be remembered fondly. to circumvent late flooding as more storms are on the way. i run maria molina and the weather center tracking the latest. >> good morning. and area of low pressure very slow-moving in part responsible for the heavy rain coming down across portions of the plane and now across parts of the mississippi river valley. a lot of that today crossed the center of the nation and moisture from the gulf of texaco streaming northward were anticipating more heavy rain throughout the day today into tomorrow potentially more than six inches of rain across southeastern texas and parts of louisiana.
the threat for flooding continues across parts of the south and also looking at the risk for severe weather today across western portions of texas. even isolated tornadoes will be a concern out there. the risk is still in place to make sure you have a way to get warnings. other temperatures across the southeastern u.s. heating up across the carolinas. post a 90 degrees today. i'd across parts of the west, particularly this time of year it is going to be very warm out there. 82 degrees for the forecast high in seattle. let's head over to you. lauren: maria molina, thank you very much. lauren: look at the world of sports. they were still able to beat the rockets. clay thompson picked up the slack or gold in saber 34-point shooting behind the three-point line. they are now up in the series as it shifts to houston. curry has until thursday night to get healthy for the next
game. >> allowed finish in oklahoma where dallas came out on top. 8584. seven seconds remaining raymond felt he missed two free throws. stephen not ends by being punched in for that vendor with a 52nd put out. after review, the shop is declared no good. this series is now tied one apiece. in the nhl playoffs last night, the kings took their first win after an overtime that drinking three. the game is tied at one half way through the first period and neither team could make a putt for too long. such included seven penalties. tenor person scored four minutes into overtime taking back again month san jose. game four tomorrow night. >> coming up, 18,000 yesterday. paris this morning. maria bartiromo and also right
>> let's take a look at how tough futures are looking. yesterday 18,000 for the first time since last july. but there is come s&p to be absent at the battle absent at about 11. netflix an ibm under pressure. watch for goldman sachs earnings. keeping an eye and commodities for a volatile over the last 24 hours to the toilet 56 cents at four to 34-barrel. gold gaining $10. here's a look at the current dispute began weaker of the japanese nikkei move higher. stronger against the u.s. dollar. we will turn it over to "mornings with maria" special edition sitting outside this morning. maria good morning, maria bartiromo. maria: thank you very much.
good morning, everybody. i maria bartiromo. coming to you live from the roof of our thoughts are studios overlooking new york city where it is primary day tuesday, april 19th. 6:00 a.m. on the east coast or the battle for new york front and center this morning. the polls are open at the polls are open at the spymaster reeks of crisscrossing the state from the candidates of their last bid for those of you fight to the finish line. donald trump hoping to sweep all of the 95 delegates on the republican side. hillary clinton taken a more cautious approach. >> when we do, we are going to get a little bit of the race. they all say traficant all say trump against clinton is going to be the greatest voter turnout in the history of our country and i think that's true. that's why there is a good thing. it good for us. the more people that come the better. historically, our country has done very, very poorly in voter turnout. >> we also have to get ready for