tom: presen bre peyton and nick, thank you very much. lauren: breaking news this morning, terror strikes paris yet again, this time before presidential election. how would this affect voters? we will have the latest news and analysis. happy friday. anymore anymore i'm nicole petallides. secretary steve mnuchin promising sweeping tax reform this year while donald trump says he expects a healthcare reform will come soon. lauren: tax reform comments sparking comments, this morning u.s. futures unchangedded. nicole: in asia markets built on wall street's gains.
lauren: let's take a look at european stocks, french stocks. dax down 8. nicole: general electric and honeywell, we will see how a stronger u.s. dollar is affecting their bottom line result. lauren: in sports lebron james and cleveland cavaliers with historic comeback. pittsburgh penguins eliminate the blue jackets. nicole: 5:01 a.m. in new york. friday april 21st, welcome to fast with the latest breaking news. lauren: gunman opened fire on police killing one officer and wounding three people before police shot and killed him.
>> i saw three guys coming in in a audi and shoot on the police and killed one of the police and injuring one and then i have to run away. lauren: isis claimed responsibility for the shooting. french police have taken into custody three family members of the gunmen. nibbling nick some of the presidential candidates were taking part of debate when it happened. the latest terror attack could impact sunday's first-round vote. top five candidates. has been immigration a security and core of campaign and today france should reinstate foreign border checks. lauren: both corporate as well
as individual taxes, this comes after some experts called for a new strategy that would focus only on corporate taxes just to keep it simple. treasury secretary steven mnuchin saying the white house wants to get tax reform done well before the end of the year. let's go to adam shapiro at the white house for more. >> good morning, lauren, good morning, nicole. the president's agenda moves front and center. markets rallied on news from treasury secretary steve mnuchin that the administration and congress will deliver tax reform by the end of the year. the president's economic adviser gary cohn says it will include tax breaks for individuals as well as businesses and secretary mnuchin promises the tax reform package will help the u.s. economy grow stronger. >> just to be clear, we hope this won't take till the end of the year. we are very focused on it. big priority for the president.
we will get tax reform done. it'll be sweeping. it'll be significant and it will create a lot of economic growth. >> at a joint press conference with italy's prime minister paolo genotiloni that would allow for a compromise of repeal of obamacare. we have a chance of getting it soon. i would like to say next week but i believe we will get it and whether it's next week or shortly thereafter, as far as keeping the government open, i think we want to keep the government open, don't you agree? i think we will get both. >> but the punish is on. cok has to pass legislation next week to keep the government funded. without a deal, well, hitting what they call the debt ceiling could trump the trump agenda. back to you. lauren: adam shapiro, back to you. president trump expect today sign new executive orderers today to reduce financial as well as tax regulations.
nicole: joining us to talk about carter, partner at maslansky + partners. lee: good morning. nicole: steve mnuchin saying, health care, the no health care doesn't matter, tax reform is coming soon, your thoughts? lee: i think the markets have sigh of relief. the way things have been going, not seeing any big wins happening have made people nervous and hearing that reassurance from the secretary treasury is really important. way he's framing it and talking about reforms and talking about the progrowth reforms that are coming down, i think those are great things that are happening. the question i have is whether or not they're going to say we are going to do the proform reform and break it to bite-size jumps so they can get wins throughout.
if they package it all together -- they should try to do bits and pieces so by the end of the year we can have the whole thing done. lauren: can tax cut wills grow the economy so much that you don't need to figure out ways to bring in more revenue with something like border adjustment tax. lee: fiscal conservatives are saying we need to do something to make that happen. you know what, it can happen with the growth it's going to happen. now, i think that the border adjustment tax is going to be dead on arrival. if i were to advise them and i'm not right now i would say leave that to the side but what we need to do is get individual tax cuts done and corporate tax cuts where nobody should disagree with where this is going to happen. nicole: to your point the bits and the bites, how about this idea that some analysts are suggesting that they do just the
corporate taxes now and put off the individual taxes till later? lee: i have no problem separating things out but what i think they need to be doing is selling the whole thing. one of the mistakes with health care is they didn't sell the pkage, they didn't sell what was going to happen. so i think if they go out there and they're talking about the progrowth tax reform, talk about the benefits of each individuals that they're going to be doing, separate them out, i'm fine with that. i think that the markets would be as well and so would the voter, people want to see progress, they want to see thicks -- things happening. nicole: how optimistic are you? >> i'm pretty optimistic. nicole: thank you for joining us and feeling optimistic about this. lee: thank you. lauren: north korea plans to strike preemptive strike this comes after rex tillerson is
saying the u.s. is looking ways to pressure the north. during joint news conference with the italian prime minister, president trump weighted on the issue. >> as far as north korea is concerned, we are in very good shape and we are building our military rapidly, a lot of things have happened over the short period of time, i have been here approximately 91 days, we are doing a lot of work, we are in very good position, we will see what happens. lauren: the south korean military is on high alert ahead of anniversary in north korea, north korea marks 85th anniversary of the foundation of its army on tuesday. nicole: arkansas has executed first death row mate.
arkansas has plans for the eight executions to be carried out in 11-day period. lee a convicted murderer was pronounced dead at 11:56 p.m. lauren: the university of california berkeley reversing decision to cancel appearance of ann coulter at the schools. officials offering the conservative author an alternative date. saying i'm speaking on april 27th and was contract to do. >> they were stung by all the lefties on the country, no, even though you're a university campus and you seemed to have have abandoned constitutional rights of free speech, you to let people speak, you can't discriminate them on the guess of viewpoint.
lauren: it canceled event because of security reasons but found a safer venue for coulter next month. nicole: we had winning markets yesterday. elections in france, right now the nikkei in japan up 1% today. bank of japan, keeping monetary policy there according to governor and also hong kong hang seng down fractionally, shanghai composite up fractionally, korea's kospi up three quarters of 1%. lauren: investors are looking to the french election. we did get two pieces of economic data. manufacturing jump to go 72-month high. quite a different story than germany. the ftse is down 2 points. cac in pa race after isis attack down 47, the dax in germany down 13. nicole: what will we see for futures, mcdonalds, hit record
all-time highs yesterday. dow jones industrial down 6 and s&p up 1. lauren: oil down fifth day in a row, down 7 sents. gold down fractionally, 12.23 an ounce. nicole: tesla has announced its biggest recall ever. the electric parking brake on cars built between february and october of 2011 may contain a small gear that could have been manufactured improperly, fewer than 5% of the vehicles may have the defect and total production was 84,000 vehicles, tesla shares were down 1% yesterday but are up more than 41% this year, pretty outstanding. lauren: coming up, everybody, terror strikes france yet aagain, this time just days before a presidential election.
>> i saw three guys coming in audi and killed one of the police and injuring one and then i have to run away. lauren: one presidential candidate has call today postpone sunday's election, how could this affect the results and prospects for fans pulling out of the european union? we will take a close look coming up. you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news. hi my name is tom. i'm raph. my name is anne. i'm one of the real live attorneys you can talk to through legalzoom. don't let unanswered legal questions hold you up, because we're here, we're here, and we've got your back. legalzoom. legal help is here.
nicole: tgif, friday morning, let's get you caught up on what's happening now. authorities in paris today are investigating a home believed to be linked to the attacks that left one officer dead on and two other officers were seriously injured when a gunman opened fired. officers shot and killed the assailant. 39-year-old man from the french capital who was widely known to police, islamic state group that is claimed responsibility for these attacks. the trump administration is determine today reform the tax code this year. treasury secretary steven mnuchin says a plan will be released very soon, the deadline
for reform keep slipping because of challenges of repealing obamacare but mnuchin says tax reform will get done regardless of what happens with health care. general electric and honeywell are two of the stocks we will be watching today. they are expected to fall from a year ago, honeywell also on today's calendar, analysts predict the industrial will post higher earnings per share. let's take a look at u.s. stock market futures. dow futures down 5, s&p futures up 1 and nasdaq up 7. the dow has been down two weeks in a row and this week was an up arrow. lauren. lauren: thank you, nicole. france unpredictable election has been plunged with turmoil after attack yesterday. the shooting came as the 11 presidential candidates were participating in a live television program. forcing the hopefuls into spontaneous reactions, joining
us how this affects sunday's first round vote -- >> thank you for having me. lauren: if you look at the top five candidates and we will show you to you, the right and the center right and centrist and far left, those are the main candidates right now, all in a tight race to get into the may seventh runoff. my question to you is, a, who is the strongest candidate when it comes to security and does the terror attack give the candidate a sure win? >> marine le pen has the strongest stance, she has the strongest statement condemning the attack and says this is a product of lack of immigration policies during debate last night.
this attack may, you know n a way benefit her but, i mean, that remains to be seen. nicole: let's talk about the other candidates as well. that would be the easy choice, your thoughts? >> sure. i think definitely, you know, it does seem to indicate that he is positioning himself as an outsider, business guy, a lot of his support, he's able to fill these really stadiums and host really large rallies, i think just -- it's very interesting to see the mirror image of trump in several different fractures. lauren: there's a possibility, bri, that favor leaving the european union going against on may runoff, what does that mean to the future and the future of the eu itself? >> it's possible that several of
the candidates to go forward in the runoff election are going to oppose the eu or be critical of it. at this point it's unlikely that france is going to withdraw from the european union, but that's what the consensus seems to be but also if they end up ultimately do deciding to do that, i think that that would be very interesting and very telling in the state of the european union as we know that charles degal who is instrumental in founding france republic and the european union itself, the history of the entities are linked closely with one another. just the skepticism that we are seeing is telling as a whole. lauren: federalist reporter, thank you for getting up early. have a beautiful weekend. >> you too. nicole: in sports lebron james and cleveland cavaliers with historic comeback against indiana pacers. in hockey, pittsburgh eliminates
columbus blue jackets to advance in playoffs. we have the highlights for you and then there was this, president george h.w. bush in the hospital gets a very special visitor and we will explain that to you, you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news okay let's call his agent i'm coming over right now.
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no father has ever been more bless or proud with that beautiful picture there. bush is under observation after recovering from a mild case of pneumonia, there were no changes in his condition yesterday. he's 92 year's old. nicole: time for sports. lebron james with the cavs with 2-0 series lead, pacers for a desperate win at home, second quarter, paul george with two-handed jam. he gets rebound and drills the corner three. george with 21 first-half points. pacers with 25 at the break. lebron james put the calves on his back, fourth quarter lebron james drives and gets the slam. off the steal, lebron makes slick move and the cavs up 2. cavs come all the way back to take the game three 119-114.
the greatest comeback in nba history and memphis, the grizzlies fans waving the towels to pump up team, 2-0 in the series, misses the 3, watch green, green, elevate and throwdown and grizzlies up 4 at the half. third quarter, 40-year-old vince carter tells the young one to show respect. throws down the dunk and grizzlies go onto win that 105 to 94. to hockey, pittsburgh looking to close out the series against columbus, watch this, one knee from impossible angle and here it is again. go to win it 5-2 and win that series 4 to 1. why the red sox made the trade for him in off season, third inning, then he strikes out
kevin swinging the close it. out and he gets josé batista on the swing. that's 5 in a row. 5 in a row and then ends up with 13 over 8 innings. red sox win that. i know you all stayed up watching the ranger game, rangers took that overtime. 3-2, a win there, now they're up against the canadians 3-2 and the series and the next game at the garden on saturday. lauren: okay, sat, tomorrow. coming up, everybody, north korea is on high alert. >> as far as north korea is concerned, we are in very good shape, we are building our military rapidly. nick. lauren: he promises tax reform by the end of the year but is this a promise that the administration can keep? we will see, you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning
nicole: breaking news this morning, terror strike paris yet again. this time just three days before french presidential election. how will this affect voters? we will have the very latest and analysis good friday morning to you, i'm nicole petallides. lauren: good friday morning, nice to see you, nicole. hi, everybody, i'm lauren simonetti. donald trump says he expects health care reform bill that will come very soon. nicole: spark on rally on wall street yesterday, the dow was up 174 points on the news. this morning stocks are somewhat in a wait and see mode. dow futures down 5, s&p futures
up. lauren: japan's nikkei index up 1% overnight and china the shanghai composite up just a bit. nicole: in europe french stocks opening up against some pressure. cac quarante is up, deutsche bank might be under some pressure today. london ftse down. lauren: this morning we are going the hear from industrial giant general electric as well as honeywell, we will see how a stronger u.s. dollar is affecting their bottom line. nicole: in sports lebron james stage historic comeback against indiana pacers. in hockey the penguins eliminate the blue jackets. lauren: 5:31 a.m. in new york. friday april 21st, good morning, everybody, welcome to fbn:am, first look at morning markets, breaking news and what to expect for the day ahead. nicole: reopens after a deadly shooting just days before francés presidential election. in fact, you are looking at live
pictures there in paris right now as a gunman opened fire on police killing one officer and wounding three people before police shot him. >> i saw three men in audi and shoot on the police and killed one of the police and injuring one. then i have to run away. nicole: isis claimed responsibility for the shooting, meanwhile french police have taken into custody three family members of the gunmen. lauren: some of the presidential candidates were taking part in a debate when the shooting happened, political experts say the latest terror attack could impact sunday's first round vote. let's show you top candidates. there are 11. far right marine la pen, francois, now, la pen has been making immigration a security
core part of campaign. nicole: trump administration confirming as tax reform will include both corporate and individual taxes and this comes after some experts come from a new strategy that would focus on corporate taxes just to keep it simple. treasury secretary steve mnuchin also saying the white house wants to get tax reform done well before the end of the year. adam shapiro at the white house with more. adam: good morning, lauren, good morning, nicole, the president's domestic agenda moves front and center as congress prepares to return from easter recess. markets rallied on news from treasury secretary steve mnuchin that will deliver tax reform by the end of the year. the adviser gary con says it will include tax breaks for individuals as well as businesses and secretary mnuchin
promises the tax reform package will help the u.s. economy grow stronger. >> just to be clear, we hope that this won't take till the end of the year. so we are very focused on it. big priority for the president. we will get tax reform done. it'll be sweeping and it'll be ig -- significant and it will create a lot of economic growth. adam: president trump addressed report that is republicans on ca capitol hill are close to a compromise which would allow for repeal of obamacare. we have a good chance of getting it soon. i would like to say next week but i believe we will get it and whether it's next week or shortly thereafter as far as keeping the government open, i think we want to keep the government open, don't you agree? so, yeah, i think we will get both. adam: but the pressure is on. congress has to pass legislation next week to keep the government funded, without a deal, well,
hiding what they call a debt ceiling could trump the trump agenda. back to you. nicole: very important point there. adam shapiro, thank you. meanwhile president trump is expected to sign new executive orderers today to reduce financial and tax regulations. lauren: joining us to talk about the latest on the trump agenda is the federalist bri payton. good to see you again. >> thanks for having me. lauren: possible government shutdown a week from today, does that happen? >> yeah, i think at this point we really don't know, i think what is clear is that the republican party needs to get better at messaging, right now democrats are claiming that donald trump is holding healthcare hostage because he's threatening to withhold or withdraw payments to insurance companies that are propping up the exchanges. i think that the republicans should be flipping the narrative on its head and saying that democrats are holding health care hostages because they have proven themselves unwilling to negotiate or compromise at all. i think that the republican
party needs to get much better at that and something they historically struggled with particularly with health care and hopefully they get this right this time around. nicole: do you think that will fly with the gop? [laughter] >> i think at this point, you know, the republican party needs to figure out what their priorities are. ic that there are rumors that they are going to shut out the freedom caucus and they're not going to listen to the more conservative members of congress and i think if they decide to do that that will show that they did not learn the mistake earlier this year, the disastrous health care bill that they tried to ran through everyone's throats. i think at this point it's very clear that the more conservative section of congress really need to be listened to because i think that they more than anyone understand the struggles of the american people who are currently living under the health care system that we have and i think it's very clear that
they need to be listened to and that their voices need to be heard and intelg rated in whatever kind of compromising deal is going forward. lauren: white house wants more money for defense, border wall, border enforcement. how does that turn out? >> we will have to wait and see, two things that aren't a surprise. we know that donald trump has we wanted to push for more money and wanting to push for funding for this border wall and i think democrats kind of posturing themselves or acting in the way that they're so surprised by this or so shocked by this that this is new news is complete bunk and i think that they should be willing to show -- work with republicans and work with donald trump and i think a good way to do that would be to, you know, oh him on that issue. lauren: brie payton, thank you so much for your time. >> thank you. nicole: we will see what actually happens first. north korea threatens to launch a preemptive strike that would
reduce south korea and u.s. to, quote, to ashes. the u.s. is exploring ways to pressure the north to the negotiation table. president trump weighing in on that issue. >> as far as north korea is concerned, we are in very good shape. we are building our military rapidly, a lot of things have happened over the short period of time, i have been here approximately 91 days, we are doing a lot of work and in very good position. we will see what happens. nicole: south korean military is on high alert ahead of another important anniversary in north korea and a nuclear test. north korea marks the 85th anniversary of the foundation of its army on tuesday. lauren: north korea continues to flex its muscles, this is how stocks are in asia closed today,
the nikkei in japan following on the u.s. big gains yesterday up over 1%, the shanghai composite in china up slightly, the hang seng down slightly. nicole: so that's something to watch there in the banking sector and, of course, the french election on sunday and you macron leading in the polls. landon ftse down, cac quarante down and the german dax squeezing out gains. lauren: here in the u.s. thanks to huge rallies yesterday sparked by tax reform optimism, the dow is up 125 points this week and the nasdaq sits at record high, slight movements this morning for stocks dow futures down 3. s&p futures up 1, nasdaq futures up 8. nicole: checking out oil for crew. gold on the other hand has been up 11 of 14 trading sessions. right now down a buck, 12.82 a troy ounce.
lauren: corporate earning season continue to go roll on. the company's first quarter results due out before the open. they are due to fall out from a year ago. ge is a dow component and has been under pressure to cut costs and boost profits. we are also going to hear from honeywell, analysts looking for the conglomerate to post slightly lower revenue. keep an eye on visa shares this morning. quarterly-adjusted profit, we will watch it this morning too. nicole: tesla has announced biggest recall ever. 53,000 model s and model x vehicles may have a problem with the parking brake. the lek lick parking braking between february and october 2016 may contain a small gear that could have been manufactured improperly. the parking brake may not release properly and tesla says
fewer than 5% of the vehicles being recalled may have that particular defect. tesla's total production was about 84,000 vehicles, tesla shares down 1% yesterday. don't worry, out more than 41% so far this year. >> that's a story we continue to follow. tesla's unbelievable gain this is year. coming up we will dig into the french election this year as terror strikes in paris once again. >> i saw three guys coming in a audi and shoot on the police and kill one of the police and injuring one, then i have to run away. lauren: one candidate has call today postpone sunday's election, how could this affect the ruilt results and the prospects for fans pulling out of the european union? we are going to take a very close look coming up. let's check on the markets. the nasdaq up 111, that's about 2%. it closed yesterday at record high.
oil prices this morning still holding onto $50 a barrel. 50.69 but down slightly, down 5 days in a row, not a good week for oil and unfortunately. at 5:42 in the morning in the east, you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news. we will be right back. i am totally blind. and for years i've struggled with non-24, a circadian rhythm disorder that can turn my sleep cycles upside down. it kept me from doing the things i truly love to do. sometimes i'd show up early; sometimes i was too late. and sometimes, even though i was there...
lauren: happy friday, authorities in paris investigating a home believed to be linked to the attack that left one officer dead and two officers seriously injured, officers shot and killed the assailant, 39-year-old man who was widely known to police, the islamic state group has claimed responsibility for that attack. the trump administration is determined to reform the tax code this year, treasury secretary steve mnuchin says the plan will be released very soon. the deadline for tax reform keeps slipping because of challenging with replacing
obamacare but mnuchin says tax reform will be l get done regardless of what happens with health care and the markets certainly like that. general electric and honeywell, two of the stocks that we are watching today. first-quarter reports due out shortly. expect to fall from a year ago and might way on the company which is a dow component. honeywell on today's calendar, analysts predicting the conglomerate will pose higher. it's been a winning week for investors, we are seeing slight gains this morning. dow futures up 3 and nasdaq up 10. that's a look at what's happening now. nicole: france's unpredictable election after turmoil. the gunman was detained in february for threatening police and freed. the shooting came as the 11 candidates were participating in live program forcing into spon spontaneous reaction to unfolding security crisis. joining us to tuck about how all of this could affect the first
round vote lee carter is here, pollster, president and partner at maslansky + partners, thank you for joining with us. i wanted to talk, first of all, you had one candidate in particular, francoispillon saying we should suspend, of course, le pen so tough on immigration, your thoughts on the quick reaction they had to do on this attack? lee: i think they showed leadership the way they were able to think quickly and react. a lot of people said he had that reaction in particular because he was losing and in the middle of controversy and said let's put it off and hopefully we can rebound. it's looking like that it is la pen and macron. if you look at where we are right now. it is neck and neck, 23% for la pen and 24% for macron, they are the ones going forward. it is, that is a statistical
dead heat but the thing that's most important is how strong is support is. 85% of folks say that are going to vote for la pen while only 74% of folks that are voting for macron saying they are not certain they are going to vote for him. he has much softer support. very similar to what we saw in the election here where hillary support was not as strong as donald trump's and i think that's going to play out significantly and people may be surprised out. -- lauren: by the end of the year between 10 and 20%, what's the likelihood of that happened specially after the terror attacks? lee: it's still likely that he's going to win and when you put them head to head, 65% for him and 35% for her, however, one in three people are still undecided so anything could happen. now, i also think that part of them -- what the markets are responding to and everybody is saying, like c -- macron gives
us certainty and le pen, exit, i don't think are quite as bad as people were saying. nicole: macron may be a lame duck presidency. the best case scenario for the markets will be macron and fillon worst case on the worst side melenchon and la pen. that would be the biggest selloff. lee carter, president, partner at maslansky + partners, thank you for joining us. lee: great to be here. lauren: coming up in sports historic comeback against the indiana pacers and in the hockey playoffs the pittsburgh penguins eliminate columbus blue jackets to advance, we will have more highlights for you. you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news.
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7 and last year's galaxy s7, after the major recall of galaxy note 7, samsung is playing it safe on the battery with tighter inspections. shares of samsung did jump by 2.4% as the galaxy s8 was unveiled in seoul. lauren: in sports we are going to start with historic comeback with lebron james, pacers desperate for a win at home. paul george, off the miss, he gets the rebound and drills the corner three. george with 21 first-half points. lebron put it is cavs on his back. fourth quarter lebron james drives and get the two-handed slam. cleveland comes all the way back to tie the game. moments later off the steal, lebron makes the slick move and gets another monster jam. cavs up 2. cavs come all the way back to take game three in the greatest comeback in the history of the nba.
in memphis, grizzlies fans waving the towels to pump up their teams. 2-0 in the series. watch michael green, elevate and throw down the foot back, grizzlies up 4 at the half. third quarter, 40--year-old vince carter tells the young ones to show respect. he throws down the dunk. grizzlies go on the win 105-94. its during looking to close out against columbus. watch the goal by sidney crosby. one knee, impossible angle. penguins go on the win 5-2 and win the series 4 to 1. showing why the red sox made trade. he then strikes out kevin swinging and to close it out, he gets josé batista on the check swing, that's 5 in a row.
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lauren: we are going to say happy friday morning to maria bartiromo. maria: hi, there ladies, thanks so much. good morning, everybody, thanks for being here. it is friday april 21st, top stories right now 6:00 a.m. on the east coast. president trump looks to roll back more regulation today. he will be signing three executive actions including one targeting dodd-frank. treasury secretary steven nuif addressing the administration's priorities on financial regulation just yesterday. >> we believe in proper regulation. this isn't about having no regulation but as it relates as reform, making sure that our banks can lend and that this doesn't put our taxpayers at risk. maria: this coming as the house can vote on repealing and replacing obamacare next week. a lot of talk that they are close at this point. we have all the details coming up this morning.