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Good morning stocks retreated on Thursday ahead of today's key monthly jobs report from the government the decline -- most major indexes into the red for the week.
Economists estimate 170000.
Jobs were added to the economy last month.
And a separate household study is expected to show the unemployment rate held at eight point 2%.
Investors will soon be able to friends shares of FaceBook but will they like the terms.
-- -- itself -- nearly 100 billion dollars which would be the most valuable US web company to go public.
The price range for its initial public offering of stock between 28 and 35 bucks a share this would raise as much as eleven point eight billion dollars at the top again.
Rival Google raised just one point nine billion dollars in 2004 the same year FaceBook was founded.
FaceBook is expected to be in trading on NASDAQ two weeks from today.
The horses are getting groomed one last time for tomorrow's 138 running of the Kentucky Derby.
While the sport of kings has lost some of its luster in recent years there's still a number of companies to keep an eye on along with the ponies.
The title sponsors hometown based Yum! Brands the parent of KFC Taco Bell and Pizza Hut.
The -- company has renewed through 2015.
Churchill Downs which owns the track is also publicly traded company last year a record crowd approaching 165000.
Attended the race.
Some fifteen million more people are expected to watch on TV.
This has big time sponsors including what for reserve urban still -- -- beer and Dodge Ram winding up.
And the betting on the run for the roses bring up 120 million bucks for the race alone.
That's business for more of the day's top stories log on to foxbusiness.com.
In New York I'm Robert --
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