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Good morning the European debt crisis appears to be getting worse before it gets better.
Here's the latest damage the Dutch government collapsing after its failure to agree on budget cuts plus concern about elections in France.
Proving to be anti austerity all that taking downed US stocks yesterday the Dow falling 102 points.
Netflix a big loser this morning shares tumbling more than 15%.
In after hours.
The streaming movie site reported its first quarterly loss in seven years of more than four and a half million dollars.
Some federal assistance programs under pressure it's predicted Social Security will run out of money and 20333.
Years earlier than first thought.
The program's trustees blame a surge of retirees a weak economy.
And lawmakers reluctance to act.
56 million retirees receive average monthly sense -- security checks of about 12100 dollars.
And students may face higher bills the interest rate on subsidized Stafford loans will double this summer if congress doesn't act to stop it.
Stafford loans are taken now by more than seven -- students a year re setting interest rates will put an additional 1000 dollar liability.
On college students the president takes up the issue today.
That's business for more of the day's top stories log on foxbusiness.com.
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