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Good morning it's the last day of the trading week in NASDAQ and the S&P 500 are higher this week but the Dow will struggle to close out in the Green.
Stocks were up yesterday across the board driven by jobless claims falling to a four year low and stronger than expected retail sales.
February sales at Macy's target Limited Brands Saks and gap all coming in better than expected -- to warmer weather and pent up demand.
Auto makers posted solid numbers to Chrysler sales rose 40% in February from the year before.
Ford sells advanced 14%.
And General Motors grew by 1%.
This as gas prices are also up nearly fifty cents so far this year.
Crude oil surging at one point late yesterday.
-- -- TV reporting a fire out of Saudi Arabian refinery.
That report was later tonight by -- Saudi official but all it took to move the oil -- -- right now right near 108 dollars narrow.
AT&T is clamping down on big data users in an unlimited data plans.
If you go through more than three gigabytes of data each month on the three G network -- T we'll send them text message.
And then slow down their data speeds for the rest of that billing cycle AT&T is working aggressively to increase its wireless spectrum.
As more people watch video and surf the web on their Smartphones.
And an upcoming article on a financial trade magazine finds that one in ten workers on Wall Street is a clinical cycle path.
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That's business for more of the day's top stories log on foxbusiness.com.
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