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Wall Street is back to work after a day off for President's Day.
The bulls looking to extend this year's games the -- up five of seven weeks and on Friday touched its highest level since may of 2008.
The broader S&P 500 also hit its highest -- since April of last year and it's -- all but one week in 2012.
Investors though are keeping a wary eye on developments in Greece for signs of that bailout is going to take hold.
That would allay some concerns about financial collapse that could spread to US banks.
When -- concern for consumers and investors as the price of gasoline pump prices have spiked by a nickel over the holiday weekend.
Triple -- reports the average price for a gallon is now three dollars 57 cents in many analysts say it's on its way above the record four dollars eleven cents -- back in 2008.
Crude prices have jumped as Iran threatens to cut off the key oil shipping lane at the Strait of Hormuz crude oil is also getting -- -- the US economy picks up steam.
And basketball fans who can't get enough of New York -- sensation Jeremy land can get their -- of -- sanity in the NBA two K12 video game.
The game makers already provided to free updates for the virtual lives players' skills in the two weeks -- -- took the league by storm.
Two K officials say they've never seen anything like the fan feedback clamoring for the game's producer called one of the biggest increases -- in skill levels in the history of the video game.
And New York fans never ones to be Shia -- worked up covers for next year's game with land on the cover of course.
But that's business for more of the day's top stories log on to foxbusiness.com.
In New York I'm Robert --
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