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Good morning -- stay for stocks yesterday the Dow rallied 71 points but the NASDAQ and the S&P 500 each lost ground.
Investors' concerns that the European debt crisis could take down Spain and their report showing US home builder sentiment declining.
The new head of the World Bank is Jim Young Kim president of Dartmouth college at a public health expert.
He'll leave the organization that lends money to the developing world.
-- at -- spirit the senate last night blocked the Buffett rule that would have required millionaires to pay at least 30% taxes.
Recent polls show the Buffett rule gaining popular attraction especially among Democrats in low income workers but consider this information.
From the Congressional Budget Office 46% of taxpayers.
Don't pay any federal income tax at all.
While the top 20% of earners out there pay the lion's share or 70% -- taxes.
It's not the best form of advertising but Starbucks CEO Howard -- says the best cup of coffee.
Comes from a boat on French press it's still to use his own means to press the copy at home it would cost him just 46 cents a cup.
And -- where the iPad -- -- Chinese news site reports that apple is -- six million iPad -- for a summer launched.
The tablets would reportedly sell for under 300 dollars.
That's business from what the day's top stories log -- foxbusiness.com.
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