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Good morning Friday the thirteenth spooking the markets a little that US stock futures looking soft after the second best rally of the year yesterday with the Dow up 181.
Points back to back gains on Wall Street trying to make up for the big losses.
Seen earlier in the week Google in the spotlight Internet giant posting giant numbers profits in the first quarter of two point nine billion dollars.
On revenue of ten point 65 billion dollars -- better than expected Google announcing -- two for one stock split doubling the number of shares outstanding.
And you shares will trade as a new class of stock but shareholders.
Have new voting rights and that gives -- senior leaders control of the company years down the road.
Let's talk about inflation in your cable -- market researcher NPD group says cable bills will also -- From the average 86 bucks a month now to 200 dollars by the year 20/20.
Many TV watchers -- -- -- paying for channels is worth it the average viewer only watching seventeen channels now.
Let's talk more inflation -- spending -- the average family forking over -- get one out in 78 dollars to send junior to prop.
That's up drastically from 807.
Dollars the year before according to the survey.
Families in the lower income brackets were more likely to spend double the national average to send that child to prop.
That business for more on financial earnings log onto foxbusiness.com.
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