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Good morning marriages two weeks left in the trading year and stocks are going to try to end 2011.
In the plus column.
The market tried to rally on Friday but all to the Dow lost two points and was down 317.
Points last week.
This week -- the daily data starting with the report on housing sentiment today.
The final reading on the US economy's growth over the summer is due out Thursday GDP is expected to remain at 2%.
Asian markets got rattled on news that North Korea's -- leader Kim Jong-Il died of cardiac address over the weekend -- -- 69 years old.
His death -- this Specter of uncertainty over global markets.
South Korean and Japanese shares fell the most on the news at one point South Korean market slipped 5%.
But ended the session Monday down three and a half percent Japan's Nikkei lost more than 1%.
And is yen currency fell for the US dollar.
Point and click shopping is more robust than thought research firm comScore.
Online holiday shopping rose 15% to thirty point nine billion dollars.
From November -- through last week that's five billion dollars more than last year.
At least half of holiday purchases are made with free shipping and sales are expected to slow this week.
For more on business making news log -- foxbusiness.com.
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