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And uncertain labor market is grabbing the spotlight today jobless claims last we jumped to a two month high 380000.
More than economists expected.
The prior week's numbers were also revised higher in all this comes after last Friday's monthly employment report from the government showed less job growth than expected.
Inflation at the wholesale level was unchanged in the month of march economists had expected it to rise.
But excluding volatile food and energy prices the so called core inflation rate did rise more than expect this.
The US trade deficit narrowed more than expected in February the 12% drop from the prior month was the biggest since may of 2009.
The decline was paced by a slowdown in Chinese imports.
More homes are going into foreclosure.
Realty track says the number of first time foreclosure notices -- 7%.
In March it's the third straight month of increases.
Foreclosure activity had slowed last fall on the claims that banks -- processing foreclosures without verifying documents and some analysts say -- -- pick up and foreclosures may help the housing market by clearing out -- inventory and accounting for bad loans.
The government is suing apple and five of the nation's biggest publishers for fixing e-book prices.
The Justice Department claims the six companies met and made a plan to keep Amazon.com.
From selling titles at discounted rates.
Three publishers have settled with the government so far.
A similar investigation is underway in Europe.
That's business for the latest on the economy and the markets be -- a logon to foxbusiness.com.
In New York I'm Robert --
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