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Stocks bounce back on Wednesday snapping a sharp five day losing skid the longest losing streak in eight months.
Aluminum giant Alcoa is better than expected profit report helped start -- first quarter reporting season on a bullish note.
Alcoa shares rallied an investor concern -- Europe east Spanish and Italian bonds rose on fresh speculation the European Central Bank may take action to keep borrowing costs low.
Investors today will first focus a weekly jobless claims after last Friday's disappointing monthly labor report.
And later today Google is on -- reported its first quarter earnings analysts predict 819%.
Jump in profit.
Thousands of job seekers may be missing out on positions due to faulty background checks.
A new report claims a boom in background data providers is leading to shoddy reporting to employers.
The National Consumer Law Center says criminal records are being handled sloppily creating errors about criminal records.
Data providers are not registered with the government -- the new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau will have oversight.
And experts say Bubba Watson's masters victory may be worth ten million bucks for him.
But it may not do much to boost the 25 billion dollar sport that's been in the rough.
The national golf foundation says there about 13% fewer golfers now than five years ago and the number of rounds played has slept.
India officials they say even when Tiger Woods is at the height of his popularity it didn't boost interest in playing as much as watching golf.
The upside it's a -- opera's market the -- says the quality of golf at every price point is likely the best in history more bang for your buck.
And for all of your business news log on to foxbusiness.com.
In New York I'm Robert --
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