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Good morning stocks tumbled on Friday after the US created far fewer jobs than expected last month the Dow fell a 168 points and -- -- 100 in ninety on the week.
It was the nasdaq's worst week since November.
The main question facing global investors today is can -- -- solve its debt crisis after Sunday's election results in both France and Greece.
Approved anti establishment an anti austerity.
In France Francois Hollande beating comments Nicholas Sarkozy LaMont will be the first socialist in office since 9095.
International investors are concerned he'll cut back on austerity and ramp up -- spending pushing France Europe's number two economy deeper into the debt whole.
And in -- it could take weeks for political parties to form a governing coalition.
Putting the nation's bailout in jeopardy -- expected to swallow more austerity measures next month.
And graduates are taking a lesson from brides to be an expectant parents.
High school -- using online registries like dorm -- and my registry dot com to help friends and family pick out gifts that match their lifestyles.
But not everyone.
A prince of this growing trend.
That's business for more of the day's top stories log on foxbusiness.com.
In New York -- lines -- minute.
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