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Good morning we start things off with a live look at the markets uncertainty surrounding Greece is hitting the markets again to start off this week European finance ministers delaying a decision.
On that ever so important aid package that we're reading on over there are -- European markets are lower -- the -- attack and the Dax all -- down.
Also weighing on the markets -- Moody's warning -- me cut Italy's credit reading here in the US futures are also lower.
And overnight in Asia markets were mixed Japan registering a small gain there Japanese exports falling for a third straight month following that earthquake and tsunami.
China's Shanghai composite was lower credits was downgrading its rating on China's banking system and -- its projections for Chinese economic growth.
And oil trade is trading lower this morning as well as the dollar strengthens a bit but falling below that 92 dollar barrel mark down about one and a half percent.
Greece is not getting its next installment of bailout funds yet -- European finance ministers say that country must implement a series of austerity measures.
In order to get the -- anger over those measures sparked riots last week.
Greece has until the end of the month -- past new reforms.
And is expected to get the money by mid July according to the Wall Street Journal G-7 finance leaders discussed this Euro crisis and a conference call over the weekend.
But no details have been released.
We have a banking deal this morning worth more than three billion dollars PNC financial buying the US retail banking operations of the Royal Bank of Canada.
The deal gives PNC 426.
Branches in several southeastern states RB c.'s US operations have lost money for -- or quarters.
Another video game system getting -- -- as Sega is now reporting information for more than one million of its customers.
Has been stolen personal information like names birth date email addresses.
Were compromised but say -- it does say that human data like credit card numbers are safe.
Workers on Wall Street need to be more cautious about what they say in the office according to the Wall Street Journal more federal regulators will be going to work.
At the companies they police and by the fall roughly 300 people will be spread across banks and other financial firms overseen by the New York fed.
Some of them include Bank of America and Goldman Sachs well the Paris air show is under Wayne both Airbus and Boeing announcing some big orders.
The European aircraft maker getting an order from GE capital aviation services for.
63 training jets -- 320 jets the price tag a little more than five billion dollars there.
And Boeing getting a pair of orders valued at nearly five and a half billion dollars from unnamed buyers.
By the end of next year you could set up a website with almost any domain that the regulatory group that oversees domains.
Voted to end restricting addresses like dot com and -- gotten the new domains will be categories by subject and we'll also include other -- Like Arabic and Chinese but they -- come at a cost applications cost 185000.
And you have to show a legitimate claim for that don't mean.
-- green lantern take in the top spot at the box office over the weekend the superhero movie starring Ryan Reynolds bringing in over 52 million dollars in ticket sales.
But the film's take it lower than other superhero movies that open this summer the word debuted with 55 million the latest X-Men film opened with 65 million.
Last week's top film -- -- slipped to second place with 21 million.
Well here's a look at the other commodities that we're watching this morning golden oil also falling with a golden silver stay with oil prices on the stronger US dollars.
And coming up later this hour Imus -- guest will be Arizona Senator John McCain.
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