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Europe emerges divided after key elections and stocks around the world are mostly.
Parliament is now split an economically fragile -- the nation is in its fifth year of recession.
An unemployment runs rampant Greece's lack of direction -- can put it bail out in jeopardy.
And election and socialist -- plot lines as the new French president is seen as another rejection of the austerity and budget cutting out by former president Nicholas Sarkozy.
The results in Europe's second largest economy making international investors nervous if Europe can ever solve its debt crisis.
-- uncertainty also pushing down the price of oil crude hovering near 98 dollars a barrel after dropping more than six bucks last week.
Some follow through at the gas pumping good news for drivers triple it puts the national average at three dollars 78 cents a gallon.
That's down from three dollars 98 cents at this time last year from 382.
And the first mega hit of the summer season -- vendors is the first movie ever in the US to grossed 200 million dollars.
In its opening weekend -- Disney produced movie beat out the prior record holder the final installment of Harry Potter.
That's for more on how investors are piecing together Europe's rejection on austerity.
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