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Good morning everyone the president of the World Bank says the US will not fall back into recession.
But Robert Zoellick said Tuesday He does expect the economy will continue to face high unemployment and slow growth.
He added the bigger issues remain in Europe where the challenges are more imminent.
And suggested that bond buying by the European Central Bank can -- sometime -- fundamental changes are needed to get eurozone countries back on firm financial footing.
Meanwhile the president's nominee to lead to consumer financial protection bureau may be known as an aggressive litigator.
But He says He plans to use tools other than lawsuits to do his job.
-- -- -- For marks for Tuesday's confirmation Richard -- -- a former state attorney general.
Says lawsuits can be a slow and wasteful way to resolve a problem portrays garnered some support to the hearing will likely focus on the structure of the agency.
Which was created last year as part of the Dodd-Frank financial overhaul.
Here's a look at futures now that -- beaches are currently dancing around 200 points right now they're down about 197.
-- -- he's down 24 in the NASDAQ down 34 Imus in the morning continues right now on Fox Business giving you the power to cross.