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Good morning it's back to business for Wall Street after the Martin Luther King holiday investors will be looking overseas.
In the wake of Standard and Poor's downgraded nine eurozone nations the ratings agency has slashed their credit worthiness of the fund.
That guarantees Europe's -- there's also concern that Greece won't get its next round of bailout money.
Also in Europe that devastating years thinking.
And an Italian cruise ship that took seven lives and injured dozens others Carnival Cruise Lines -- the cost -- Korea.
That hit rocks off the coast of Tuscany Friday Carnival shares lost -- -- of their value yesterday.
In trading and lending and her down better than 15%.
In premarket trading here in the US the episode is putting added pressure on the cruise industry already facing -- demand from Europe.
Many cruise lines slashed fares for cruises this year and Burger King is bringing -- -- -- your front door of the burger giant is testing home delivery in parts of the Washington DC area before expanding.
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Burger King as a new technology to -- burgers Fries and sandwiches from getting -- That's business where the latest on Europe's debt -- allowed on foxbusiness.com.
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