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The markets look on course for a good update sparked by the Greece debt deal.
Greek lawmakers approving 3.3 billion dollars in budget cuts to call file for a 170 billion dollar loan rescue package.
And avoid defaulting on bond payments.
Up fourteen and a half billion euros next month.
Pretty good earnings also cheering investors 70%.
Of the 350 giant companies reporting earnings thus far have beaten Wall Street estimates average earnings growth is at a healthy 8% over year ago results.
Fifty more firms reporting this week including MetLife and Goodyear.
And President Obama unveiling a 3.5 trillion dollar budget for the fiscal year starting next October.
Forecasting a deficit of 901 billion dollars next year after four straight years of deficits over that trillion dollar mark.
Just one problem.
The deficit for the current fiscal year will be one point 33 trillion dollars.
And that is 376 billion dollars more in red -- that the White House had first forecast last September.
For more the day's top stories including the snagged a Greek debt deal log on to foxbusiness.com.
In New York I'm Dennis --
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