>> thanks to you, we've reached a miles jones. -- milestone. first time in our nations history that a woman will be a major party candidate. [cheers and applause] >> thank you, all. the struggle continues. lauren: breaking news. an historic night for eloquent and ashy claims the for nominee of president.
bernie sanders signed a fight to the very end. it's a big win. i am lauren simonetti. nicole: good morning. i'm nicole petallides. double trouble to nukes conference isaac on the attack against the clintons. nicole: the s&p 500 edging closer to an all-time high check in and it's a market futures ahead of the opening bell. dow futures higher by three, down .3. nicole: actress and positive chinese trade data. the shanghai composite index down one third of 1%. lauren: oil right now $50.63 a barrel. nicole: 5:01 a.m. in new york. when they come at june 8th. we welcome you to "fbn:am," your first look at today's market and what to expect the day ahead. lauren: thank you so much for joining us. egyptian officials say an airplane that made an emergency
landing in his pakistan following a bomb threat the plane with 135 passengers and crew on board was flying from beijing to beijing from cairo. the plane has been evacuated and is being searched. the incident comes a month after egypt air flight 804 crashed into the mediterranean sea. nicole: breaking news this morning. hillary clinton with it than the delegates pitches for new jersey, new mexico, south dakota, while bernie sanders to north dakota and montana. california is too early to call. clinton is leading sanders 56 by 6% to 42.5%. nicole: the end of the primary is only the beginning of the work we are called to do. but if we stand together, we will rise together because we are stronger together.
[cheers and applause] nicole: blake urman has more from brooklyn. reporter: hillary clinton took a big or that tuesday night issue became the first woman to be the presumptive nominee for president of a major political party. they touted this as and historic maintainer primary victory belongs not to her, but several generations. superdelegates still need to carry clinton over the magic number of 2383. they have the overwhelming amount of such delegates which were decided by the voters. they congratulated her opponent bernie sanders while maiming and tearing into donald trump. let's make america great again. that is code for let's take america backwards. [cheers and applause]
back to a time and opportunity and dignity were reserved for some, not all. promising his supporters and economy he cannot re-create. we, however -- we want to write the next chapter in american great ends with a 21st century prosperity. reporter: the general election now begin each in washington d.c. on friday and will go to the battleground states of pennsylvania and ohio next week. back to you. nicole: blake furman county thank you. lauren: bernie sanders making his election night beach in california vowing to continue his fight. >> we are going to fight hard to win the primary in washington d.c. [cheers and applause]
and then we take our fight for social, economic, racial and environmental justice to philadelphia. [cheers and applause] nicole: the white house says president obama and senator sanders will have immediately thursday morning and in the afternoon, will meet with harry reid. in the meantime, the campaign planning to cut more than half of its staff in the next week. hillary clinton will be a special report with that pair. it's at 6:00 p.m. eastern today on the fox news channel. do not miss that one. nicole: all six states in yesterday's primary. and in hillary clinton hard in his election to press conference in new york. connell mcshane has the details. reporter: lorna nicoll, different kind of election it or
donald trump. there is a teleprompter which is simply don't normally see at these types of events. use it to deliver different remarks not so much for what he said tonight, but remarks is going to make next week. >> the president and a corrupt system is totally protecting her. not right. i am going to cave a major speech on probably monday of discplace at the clintons. i think you'll find it very informative and very interesting. reporter: delicate with something to look forward to. donald trump talking about the clintons. come of bill and hillary briefly said. he says probably monday. we don't know that for sure. we don't know at this point what he will say. trump spoke your disc golf club after a long day for him. he was responding to the controversy surrounding remarks
he's made about a judge handed a trump university case and a number of republicans have begun to distance themselves from trump. senators like mark kirk and jeff flake. senate majority leader mitch mcconnell. when trump came to make remarks that he didn't speak about that. instead, focused on normal speech remarks into kansas other specie has planned for next week, donald trump speaking about clintons. for now, look forward to that. lorna nicole back to you guys. nicole: connell mcshane commit thank you very much. >> a three-day visit to the u.s. do in a joint of commerce. president obama debate in the oval office yesterday. the two theaters discussed a range of issues included a product by an american company n india. modi spoke to business and political leaders yesterday and discussed his country's future with united states.
>> a bilateral relationship with the united states is stronger and we both agree the future would be even brighter. nicole: the visit comes as watched it looks to boost india's ruling counterbalancing the rise of china and asia. nicole: the the world bank splash in its global growth forecast for this year from 2.9% to 2.4%. the world bank put them in the commodities prices come the sluggish demand in advance economy. we traded diminishing capital flows below are forecast follows a similar move by the international monetary fund which cut its forecast of months ago. lauren: let's see how a thought of that is the fact that stocks. down 3.3%. the hang seng down fractionally. a nice gain of 1% for the nikkei in japan and the cost be a 0.8%.
treated to write out a mixed. london, ftse higher, dax higher by not even one point. the german dax down half a 1%. cac down half of a percent. this is the european central bank. nicole: checking in on u.s. features did yesterday the dow crossing 18,000 for the first time since april. right now dow futures up by eight points. checking at the broader market, s&p up a point. yesterday at its highest level since july, nasdaq teachers at one point this morning. relatively flat. lauren: we have to bring up energy stocks and we stocks and we see much of the same today. only 35 cents and gold is at 775-1250 4a tryouts. lauren: yahoo! has expanded assets to include 3000 patents. the auction is expected to bring in more than a billion dollars.
sources say godot has been sending out letters to potential buyers. some of these date back to yahoo!'s ipo in 1996 and include his original search technology. preliminary bids are due mid-june. remember, yahoo! is taking bids for its core internet asset. nicole: the fears of lending club tumbled after the company said it would postpone the shareholder meeting. in a meeting supposed to be held yesterday is now scheduled for june 28th. lending club disclosed the regulatory filing that a shareholder has sold off its day. company said last month he was investigated by the justice department over improper bone cells to an institutional. lending club fell 7% on the news, the rose 3% in after-hours trading. expect a lot of volatility. the talk we are watching. the yoga wear company will release its first-quarter results before the opening bell this morning.
and also for lower earnings, but higher revenue. the company founder and shareholder has criticized little time in saint lost his way and has surrendered the activewear market to nike and under armour. also getting earnings from brown-forman, the maker of job roles devils and other revenue. they say segments including a strong u.s. dollar. just base has said the company will invest an additional $3 billion in india boosting the investment in the country to $5 million. nicole: here's a look at the headlines. if only finds no proof for client committed suicide. to let the investigation that could just debate has been nothing to suggest that pioneer committed suicide. sprintpaid to that telephone
pole antenna space is static. an innovative plan by the provider to boost sales service runs into local hurdles. the survey shows this rapid growth in online shopping for the first time consumers say they thought more purchases on the internet and in the stores. coming up, and hosts are hillary clinton. hillary claiming the democratic nomination for president. after i've produced a strong majority of the popular vote. victories in the maturity of the contest and after tonight a majority of pledged delegates. [cheers and applause] nicole: donald trump wrapping up promising a major speech next week. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. but you'll bd to see it here. fidelity -- where smarter investors will always be.
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addresses joint session of congress. let's check at u.s. features ahead of the opening bell. dow futures up nine, s&p futures up 1.5. nasdaq up one as well. that is what is happening now. lauren: from the markets of politics come a big night last night for the primary season which is almost over at this point. fox news live in washington with more on what happened and what we can expect going into the general election. reporter: lauren, this general election could get ugly. donald trump take the night off at trump national club outside of new york city in hot and blistering criticism said hillary clinton in his prepared speech going her after enough scandal as well as the clinton foundation. >> we can't solve our problems by counting on the politicians who created our problems.
the clintons have turned to politics of personal enrichment into an art form for themselves. they've made hundreds of millions of dollars selling access, selling favors, selling government contracts and i made hundreds of millions of dollars. reporter: an hour later in her victory speech camejo clinton did take time to relish the historic moment of becoming the first woman to secure the presidential nomination of a major political party. but she'd been shot right back at trump listing of his controversial statement then saying he goes against everything america stands for. >> it's a simple but powerful idea. we believe that we are stronger together and the stakes in this election are high and the choice is clear. donald trump is temperamentally unfit to be president.
[cheers and applause] reporter: beauchemin secured the nomination, bernie sanders told his supporters he's not going anywhere. >> i am pretty good and i know that the fight in front of us is a very steep fight, but we will continue to fight for every delicate and every vote. trading above sanders is staying in the race until the convention from a fox news learns of her half of his campaign staff will be laid off in the next week. lauren: lots of developments. carrots penny, thank you for joining us. nicole: hillary claims to the title of democratic nominee for president. bernie sanders says it will fight to the end. donald trump is taking aim at the clintons. >> our schools are failing. crime is rising. people are scary.
the last thing we need is hillary clinton in the white house or an extension of the obama disaster. >> in sports, fly in on the baseball field in baltimore last night. we will tell you what it's all about. the new york mets have fallen on hard times, both bands a doubleheader yesterday. highlights coming up in sports. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪
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lauren: breaking news this morning. hillary clinton securing the delegates necessary to clinch the nomination. she's from new jersey, new mexico.cicada while bernie sanders to north dakota and montana. too early to call, but clinton is leading sanders 56.6% to 42.5%. >> links to you, we've reached a milestone. first time in our nations history that a woman will be a major party nominee. on the republican side, it donald trump has won all five states in yesterday's gop primaries.
nicole: but see what's going on. dow futures -- i don't happen the second, but i will tell you what we've been watching over all is the market has been somewhat mixed. >> 18,000 for the first time since april did not close the bugbear. mom is today. there is some uncertainty for the board to commodities. one of the reasons that i was able to go to 18,000 as oil prices drop in a big way and another 2% yesterday at half a percent to 31% closer to $51 right now. old getting $8. nicole:'s let's look at the latest from the world of sports. the bench clearing brawl in the fifth inning of the baltimore oriole skin for the kansas city royals last night. it started in the second inning when kansas city right-hander threw two inside pages and the two exchanged words. when it came out the back, they drilled in the back beauty charged the mound with his sixth
cards. both dugout and bullpen. they were ejected with the score 5-1. both will receive suspension of baltimore once again 9-1. the new york mets lost both doubleheaders with the pittsburgh pirates with a score of three to one yesterday. he got a sack and win in six months. he won the first game friend john needs against his former team. charge the new york yankees. carlos beltran helped the yankees beat the los angeles yankees 6-3 last night. the second solid performance in a row for michael pineda. southwest airlines is out with a 72 hour sale again. the airline has cut rates for three days in june and october
for the past couple years. this year the sale that started yesterday on dozens of southwest shore does not stop rows seems to have more restrictions than ever. the fares are less than 100 bucks round-trip, but they're limited to certain days of travel like just tuesday and just went day. but still a good deal if you are flexible. nicole: democratic nominee hillary clinton still feeling the burn. >> next tuesday we continue to fight in the last primary in washington d.c. >> will have the latest reaction. whoever's in the white house will be dealing with slow economy. the world bank with the latest forecast. we will have the on now. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at money markets and breaking news. dow futures update. ♪
>> thanks to you, we've reached a milestone. the first time in our nations history that a one man will a major party nominee. >> thank you, all. the struggle continues. [cheers and applause] nicole: breaking news this morning. mr. zooplankton claims the title for president. bernie sanders faster fight to the end. good morning. i am nicole petallides. lauren: good morning. i have trained for.
donald trump picking on my delegates in the primary. john took on the attack against bill and hillary clinton. nicole: the s&p 500 edges closer to a new record high. stock market futures with all others across the board. s&p futures up 1.5. nasdaq up two. a solid% after some chinese trade data. the shanghai composite following a third of 1%. nicole: oil prices above $50 a barrel mark. looking at oil $50.71 a barrel. lauren: good morning to you. 5:31 a.m. on the east coast. your first look at today's markets with the latest breaking news on what to make the day ahead. nicole: hillary clinton securing delegates necessary to clinch the democratic nomination. she's a new jersey, new mexico, south dakota and primaries are
senator bernie sanders of north dakota and montana did california on the map is brown because that one is too close to tell. clinton leading sanders 56.3% to 42.7%. >> the end of the primary is only the beginning of the work we are called to do. but we stand together. we will rise together because we are stronger together. nicole: blake burman has more from brooklyn. reporter: hillary clinton to a victory lap as she became the first woman to become the presumptive nominee for a major political party. clinton and her campaign touted this as an historic night saying her primary victory belongs not to her, for several generations. superdelegates still need to carry clinton of the magic
number of 2383. she made the case that the nomination process will end with her having the overwhelming amount of pledged delegates which were decided by the voters. clinton congratulated her opponent bernie sanders bought naming and tearing into double charm. >> 's let's make america great again. that is code for let's take america backwards. [cheers and applause] back to a time when opportunity and dignity were reserved for some, not all. promising his supporters and economy he cannot re-create. we however want to write the next chapter in american greatness with a 21st century of prosperity. >> is that it's in the general election now begins to the kind of speech in washington d.c. on
ride a been good the battleground state of pennsylvania and ohio next week. back to you. nicole: thank you, blake burman. lauren: bernie sanders making his speech vowing to stay in. >> we are going to fight hard to win the primary in washington d.c. [cheers and applause] and then we take our fight for social, economic, racial and environmental justice to philadelphia. [cheers and applause] lauren: the white house the white house says president obama and senator sanders will have been made in the tuesday morning and afternoon sanders is scheduled to meet with harry reid. in the meantime, send his campaign planning to cap more than hospice staff for the next
week. clinton will be on special report with brett air at 6:00 p.m. eastern tonight on fox news channel. don't miss out one. tranter donald trump 29 sixteenths in yesterday's primaries are the presumptive gop nominee hitting hillary clinton hard in his press conference in new york. connell mcshane has the details. >> lauren in a call from a different kind of election night for donald chung. if teleprompter was set up which is something we don't normally see at these types of events. use it to deliver some interesting remarks not so much for what he said tonight, but what he said about remarks is going to make next week. >> the president and a corrupt system is totally protecting her. not red. i am going to give a major speech on monday of next week and we will be discussing all of the things that have taken place at the clintons.
i think you'll find it very informative and very commit very interesting. reporter: they'll give us something to look forward to. the clintons, bill and hillary we presume in a speech at a date he says probably will be monday. we don't know that for sure. we don't know if this part of he will say. trump spoke at his golf club after a long day for him. he was astonished to the controversy surrounding remarks he's made about a chat channel in the trump university case and a number of republicans have begun to distance themselves. senators like mark kirk and jeff flake, even senate majority leader mitch mcconnell. when trump came last night to make remarks, he didn't speak about that. and instead focused on his normal speech remarks and again this other speech he has planned for next week. donald trump speaking about clintons. for now, we look forward to that. back to you guys. nicole: connell mcshane, thank
you very much. lauren: and his prime minister continues up an address to the joint session of congress. modi and obama met in the oval office yesterday to discuss a range of issues including a project by an american company to build six nuclear reactors in india. stuff i spoke to a group of business and political leaders yesterday and discussed his country's future with the united states. >> india's bilateral relationship with the united states is stronger than other and we both agree that the future will be even brighter. >> the visit comes as washington looks to boost india's world and counterbalancing the rise of china and asia. nicole: the world bank has slashes global growth forecast for the year. the forecast was cut from 2.9%
to 2.4%. the world bank landfill commodity prices from a sluggish demand in the advanced economies, we trade in diminishing capital flows. the forecast follows a similar move by the international monetary fund which cut its growth forecast two months ago. lauren: global market action overnight. the shanghai composite down .3%. enchanted the hang seng in hong kong down fractionally. the nikkei in japan up .9% and the cost be in south korea .8%. nicole: gdp was revised here. in europe, let's check out what's going on here. the german dax down half a percent as the 10 year bond yield has sunk to record lows. the cac in france is down one third of 1%. the london ftse up one 10th of 1%. the ecb has now started corporate bond buying. lauren: the levels are high. the s&p 500 had its highest level this year. this morning is up 1.5 points.
the nasdaq is also a 1.5 points and dow jones futures up by 10 points this morning. nicole: oil above $50 a barrel. that is up 37 cents. 1255 the troy ounce. yahoo! has expanded asset sales to include the option of the patent expected to bring in more than a billion dollars in sources say yahoo! has been sending letters to potential buyers had some of these date back to yahoo's initial public offering in 1996 and include original search technology. the preliminary bids are due the middle of this month. you have to remember yahoo! is also taking bids for its core web access. three years after the irs admitted is singled out conservative group for extra scrutiny, the agency is finally replacing the names of the organizations targeted good the list is over 400, much higher than the previous 298 reported in yet there has still been no
punishment. adam shapiro with details. >> good morning, lauren. good morning, nicole. the key question has yet to be answered by the iris. why did the agency placed her groups, mostly conservative groups on the list which wound up dealing their applications, which in some cases were never processed for tax-exempt status. for more hires director of exempt organizations slowest learner to five before congress that the irs to target conservative groups with words tea party, patriot and liberty and the names for inclusion on the list. many of the scripts are part of a class-action lawsuit against the irs. the irs recently disclosed that placed 426 groups on the so-called hit list prior to the 2012 presidential election. most were conservative groups with words like tea party, 60 in all, patriot dirty three, but
birdied 26 or eight constitution. those keywords in their names. roughly 29% of the 426 groups are not as are politically conservative than organizations suing the irs is actually far greater. opponents called the list of 426 bogus and fabricated, claiming the iris added liberal political groups to the list to make it look as if nothing sinister happened. lawyers suing the irs say they had documents which showed the original hit list target conservative and only conservative groups and the liberal groups running added after the treasury department started investigating the irs in 2012. this whole thing could go to trial sometime in 2017. back to you. nicole: shapiro, thank you for the report to lauren: and historic night while
bernie sanders remains defiant as ever. heather graham in democratic nomination for president. >> directories have produced a strong majority of the popular vote. victories in a majority of the contest and after tonight a majority of pledged delegates. [cheers and applause] lauren: donald trump promises a major speech next week. we'll have that story for you. stock market futures ahead of the opening bell. dow futures up 10 points. s&p and nasdaq futures up one point i. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at writing markets and breaking news. see you after this. ♪
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lauren: good morning to you. 5:45 a.m. in new york. but do you conduct. after primaries yesterday, other clinton celebrated becoming the first pre-female presumptive nominee. her rival bernie sanders says he will not quit inside onto the convention. donald trump turning his sights on hillary clinton. trump says he would deliver a speech next week. trump on all six states in yesterday's primary piling up to even my delegates. indian prime minister modi continues his three-day visit to
washington. yesterday he met at the white house. today he addresses a joint session of congress. checking in right now. ahead of the up and about, that after the dow site 18,000 for the first time up seven points. s&p futures and nasdaq futures higher by one each. nicole. nicole: thank you, lauren. a big night for hillary clinton and donald trump and bernie sanders bowing to stick it out till the convention. what is this all mean and for what is more than what comes next, shone trendy. is the senior elections analyst for real clear politics. earlier, this morning bernie sanders said he's staying in this race and taking it all the way to philadelphia. contested convention not even possible. what chance does he have to this off? >> i think it's not particularly possible unless there's some black slime like an indictment. hillary clinton falls further behind donald trump.
i just don't think it's likely he will be the nominee at all. lauren: sean, if ernie kent pull this off, word of voters go? will they switch sides and vote for donald trump? what happens. >> there will be some that go for donald trump. there is some of the all down camp in both campaigns. for the most part they will back secretary clinton. who takes it? what is the clincher, what is the deciding or for all of this? >> i think hillary probably wins. lauren: is it going to be close? >> even the hispanic judge comment i thought the first goal since march has been leading in florida. it's going to be a close race. lauren: gary johnson running as the libertarian candidate. who does he take votes away from? >> i think he's split 50/50 because he gets an obviously a
lot of democrats with foreign policy of hillary clinton for some of her stance on legalization of marijuana, stuff like that. nicole: let's talk about donald trump and his strategy going a little bit to the left leaning states in game changer heading to november. but rhetoric might rehear to scoop up some more of those foes. >> that is what is fascinating. on wall street, foreign policy and a number of other issues, he will be hitting hillary clinton from the left. this is in a left right campaign. donald trump does represent something different in the day. lauren: speaking of the writing is an unpredictable no-space seen so far in the primary season, what does that tell us about what the election season is going to be like? >> i think this is going to be a nasty race.
lauren: point-blank. >> the clintons are the clintons and donald trump is a brawler. this is going to be ugly. nicole: a real male biter. tell me about the independents. >> you know, this is a race that donald trump is doing well. he's not leading by big margins, but he soon enough to keep it close. nicole: is that a rapid death. anything crazy business that should really watch closely? >> i will continue to watch real clear politics. lauren: math fun. i like it. sean trendy friend real clear politics. thank you for getting up early. lauren: thanks, sean. have a good day. kelley clinton claims the title for president. hillary clinton -- donald trump taking him off the clintons. >> our schools are failing. crime is rising. people are scared. the last thing we need is
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dakota in yesterday's primaries while senator bernie sanders of north dakota and montana. california too received a call. clinton laid 56.3% to 42.8%. meanwhile, bernie sanders making his election night speech in the golden state vowing to continue his fight. >> next tuesday we continue to fight in the last primary. nicole: donald trump has won donald trump has won all five states in yesterday's gop primary. tropical storm colin leaving behind a mask of fire fighters walking water up to their ways rescuing babies. we now know as much as 10 inches of rain flooded the streets of tampa, florida. break-in overnight, a tornado in jacksonville on home surveillance cameras. maria molina live in the weather center tracking the latest good morning, rea.
>> unfortunately the sound system has exited yet it has been strengthened very much. that's some welcome news. there is a system associated with what was still producing some showers in areas of rain across parts of central florida. watching that closely for potential for more flash flooding across the region. overall, a much quieter weather day across the eastern u.s. lingering showers across portions of named and outlast a storm system will move a named and could bring risk for isolated severe weather, particularly parts of montana, idaho :-colon-mark, idaho :-colon-mark historic inn. the main concern being damaging than did not really a tornado that throughout the day today. temperatures across the great lakes quite chilly. only in the 50s this morning. this afternoon, areas further west dealing as far north as rapid city. 90 degrees across texas and even
across southwestern texas, you are talking triple digit heat by this afternoon. lauren: maria molina, thank you. nicole: local market action before we hand it over to "mornings with maria." 18,000 yesterday. dow futures slightly higher. dow futures up seven, s&p futures up one. "mornings with maria" is coming up. stay with us. ♪ if you're running a business, legalzoom has your back. over the last 10 years we've helped one million business owners get started. visit legalzoom today for the legal help you need to start and run your business. legalzoom. legal help is here.
maria: london ftse cent higher. it is worth noting that german donyell is actually not be yelled at record lows today. the cac down half a percent. this is the ecb with corporate bond buying and utilities and telecom. dow futures after we had 18,000 yesterday at 10 right now. s&p futures up to at this moment. we did get 18,000 thanks to oil. higher as well. there it is paid $50.82 a barrel. we will toss it over to "mornings with maria" and say
good morning to you, maria bartiromo. maria: good morning good i maria bartiromo. wednesday june 8 through 6:00 a.m. on the east coast right now. primary season for the election almost in the books. and historic night for hillary clinton. bernie sanders vowing to fight on this morning at the center for public and nominate donald trump looking to start fresh for the general election. >> i'm going to take a moment later tonight and the days ahead to fully absorb the history we have made here. >> only getting started and it's going to be beautiful. tonight we close one chapter in history and begin another. >> we are going to fight hard to win the primary and washington d.c. maria: meanwhile, egyptair flight makes emergency landing after a bomb. latest developments ahead. the fight for $15 minimum wage costs and jobs in our nation's