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Good morning stocks tumbled Wednesday on heightened concerns that Europe's debt crisis will deepen and embroil the US.
Investors also got disappointing news on pending home sales in the US and they sold stocks -- fled to the safety of US treasuries.
It was as prices went up the yields went down.
The yield on the ten year -- touching record lows.
Elsewhere today market watchers will keep -- -- overseas but also a key jobs data right here in the US.
The challenger layoff report payroll processor ADP's private jobs report for May and weekly jobless claims -- all hit the tape.
Before the opening bell plus we'll get an updated -- -- first quarter GDP the growth of all goods and services in the economy.
It's expected to be revised lower to just one point 9% growth from last month's initial estimate.
And then a measure of Chicago area manufacturing is expected to have risen slightly this month from April.
It's viewed as a good harbinger for the national manufacturing -- that's due out this week.
The Hunger Games was a box office smash raking in more than 600 million bucks but it didn't help us the bottom line -- studio Lionsgate.
As much as investors were hoping.
In -- the company -- -- 23 million dollar loss due to its acquisition of summit entertainment.
Lionsgate -- the maker of the twilight film series or 412 million bucks during the quarter the -- was also due to marketing calls for films yet to be released.
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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