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Slid Imus in the morning -- I'm on the Fox Business Network.
Good morning everyone president Obama's health care love goes before the Supreme Court today as the justices weigh whether or not it violates the constitution.
Fox Business Peter Barnes outside the Supreme Court in Washington DC right now -- Peter.
Before they decide on the constitutionality.
Of this thing happened and whether or not they should be presiding over this just yet that right.
Yeah that's right -- to today's first hearing -- oral arguments starting at ten will be on -- more of a technical.
Matter about whether or not the court.
Can proceed with looking at the big questions here the individual mandate and expanding Medicaid and other provisions it's.
Pretty -- it's on the call the anti injunction act from it's 81867.
And it is expected though that the justices well.
Deal with this technical issue and allow the I think continue their artists they've got the other hearing scheduled for.
Tomorrow and Wednesday of over one got you know that there have our about a hundred people who have been out here -- it.
If someone here since Friday in sleeping bags -- waiting for our chance to get into the court today to hear the arguments -- about fifty.
Or so seats available to the public and they're gonna start given those tickets out around 7:38 o'clock and then the arguments get under way at ten.
-- Right Peter -- black community being but thanks Peter.
Now let's take a look at the markets here in the US futures have been up across the board.
All morning we're -- -- Dow futures up by 37 points yes and he's up by three in the nasdaq's up.
Almost eleven over -- of German business sentiment unexpectedly rose this month and that makes five straight monthly increases.
Stocks over -- -- makes London's up by 22 Paris is down just barely down by about twenty cents.
And Frankfurt's up.
By 38 points now let's take a closer look at what's moving European markets with rabobank international senior currency strategist Jane Foley over London.
-- European markets seem to firmed up a little bit over the past hour or so in Paris down -- -- -- -- much.
They didn't immediately react to the German confidence number is that now driving the gains that we're seeing.
Well physicals a couple of stories CF -- have confidence number which is -- relief after the bad -- and PMI data that we had last week.
But on the other hand -- Spain which is again in the forefront of the news here in -- and the -- elections that at the weekend.
And at the at the sense that.
Right wing governments did not -- and outright Mattel IT.
Mean mean that ultimately it may news some of the -- has been driving through austerity.
As and that is -- is weighing on the Spanish stock market this morning that anyone stay was off -- -- to consensus come back often days.
-- -- needed -- -- the theme which is why not kids markets still consent about the buildup.
Of contagion potentially in Europe.
And I wonder how much of that concern do you think was conceded to by the comments -- Mario Monti made this weekend about contagion from Spain's debt crisis.
Request that you quite rightly Italians were pointing the finger at Spain in the -- suggesting that does Spain was trying to -- out.
Of its deficit reduction targets -- Spain is faced with recessionary conditions.
And it is going to be very difficult day for Spain to hits its -- fiftieth state of -- in the forefront added this it was Portuguese that feels like lot of high that also a consent to invest as.
And it seems that Friday that -- -- that the EC -- was in fact in the markets -- it's moving events some of the consent by buying debt and they would just women's.
But if that was the case it would seem that may be the impact of the LT -- -- is beginning to win thing.
-- that's Jane Foley from rabobank over in London -- staying.
Now let's get the latest on weather for meteorologist Maria Molina in our Fox Business whether senate Amory and.
Hey good morning Dan good to see UN today across the northeast we're expecting a lot of sunshine from Boston down -- Philadelphia.
The only issue as far as travel goes is that it is gonna get windy out there we're talking about -- Sistine between twenty to thirty miles per hour in some gusts over forty at times a once you start to see gusts over forty.
He could start to see some air travel delays on the -- southeast -- that some sunshine -- -- -- I temperature at eighty in for Chicago and its revenue and looking at temperatures -- little bit on the cool side in the upper forties otherwise across -- eastern half of the country.
We did have some heavy downpours across -- portions of the outer banks.
Early this morning most of that article in the way we're gonna see that sunshine return to eastern North Carolina and some moisture across north central that later on today could fire up some stronger showers and thunderstorms and some of those thunderstorms could produce severe weather in the form of large hail damaging wind -- An isolated tornadoes of course we'll keep an eye on that and.
All right don't put your budget -- away just yet.
All right let's take a look at commodities now.
Oil and gold are down -- -- markets oil is now down by 24 cents bullet down almost two dollars at 1660.
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