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Prices and Spending Both Rise, Groupon Troubles Grow
Jeff Macke analyzes the morning business headlines.
Jobless Claims Hit 4-Year Low
Morning everyone I'm Dan in New York. And there he goes he is off breaking news at this hour there get to in just a moment weekly jobless claims they've dropped to their lowest level in four years to joining me now to discuss all the business headlines this Thursday morning messed up co A break out
Occupy Wall Street Evicted from Zuccotti Park Following NYPD Overnight Raid
Dow futures were down ahead of the opening bell joining me now to discuss all the business headlines at this hour is from Bloomberg. TV good morning Suzanne so we have lots to talk about let's get straight to Occupy Wall Street and the surprise. Clearing out early early early this morning and
Markets Point Up on Positive Earnings Reports
Futures were up slightly in positive earnings reports and higher than expected numbers on producer prices. Here with more in today's market news is Bloomberg's Britain and more video taped and Jerry I'm doing well how about yourself today. I would well I don't know what we'll get the answers from
Moody's Rating Threat, Debt Deal Impasse Hit Markets
Simon Constable on how Washington, D.C.'s failure to strike deal affects stocks.
Stock Markets Open at 2-Week High
Stocks are pretty stagnant after multiple down days but a couple of crucial economic indicators. And the government attempting to address growing debt concerns should move the markets today. You're worth a look at this and some of the day's other business news Bloomberg reporter Sheila and good
Budget Vote Stirs Market Reaction
Simon Constable explains how investors are responding to the U.S. budget vote.
Stocks Look to Rebound
Stocks took a hit yesterday as a full weight of the disasters in Japan rattled investors around the globe. Here with the latest on this and some of the day's other business news Bloomberg reporter Courtney good morning Courtney. Stephanie says stocks have been fluctuating in the premarket how are
Wholesale price increases stoke inflation fears
Wholesale prices rose broadly in January, spreading worries that higher inflation could seep into retail prices and crimp the intensifying recovery. The producer price index for finished goods, excluding food and energy, jumped 0.5% last month, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported Wednesday.
European Finance Chiefs Reach Deal
European finance chiefs agreed on a new bailout package for the region yesterday. So how is the American economy reacting here with this in some of the day's other business news Bloomberg markets desk reporter Dominic good morning Dominic good morning Stephanie so what is the latest out of Europe