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Good morning investors are trying to decide if the economic recovery is still alive allure its its stalled out.
A surprisingly strong report on manufacturing lifted the Dow Industrials to a four year high yesterday up 65 points at thirteen 1279.
But there are concerns that upcoming information on the job front condense the upside momentum.
FaceBook will reportedly started IPO roadshow on Monday the Wall Street Journal expects the social network to debut on the NASDAQ on May eighteenth with the valuation of around 100.
Billion dollars making it the biggest -- -- since Google eight years ago.
Believe not -- -- -- are back and dot com says that manual transmissions were in six and a half percent of new cars sold in the first quarter.
That's the highest level since 2006.
While they're not more fuel efficient -- often cheaper and more fun to drive.
Travel and leisure magazine is out with its first ever survey of the best and worst airports in that country based on delays cleanliness customer.
Service and infrastructure.
The worst LaGuardia right here in New York followed by LAX in Los Angeles.
Minneapolis Saint Paul ranked the highest.
That's business for more of the day's top stories log on foxbusiness.com.
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