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Good morning after the best day of the year on Wall Street the Dow is back in the black for two -- -- twelve the blue -- surging 287.
Points all three indices skyrocketing.
At least two and a 3% yesterday the reason Europe and hope that central banks would do more.
To fix the ailing economy.
The NASDAQ has an unusual and controversial way of saying I'm sorry.
For that botched FaceBook IPO last month the exchange nonstop for trading firms forty million dollars in cash.
And reduced trading fees many brokers say it's not enough.
And the New York Stock Exchange says nasdaq's discounts set that precedent FaceBook shares -- nearly a -- yesterday closing at 26 dollars 81 cents.
Samsung's new galaxy S three phone insulated to hate US store shelves June 21 but not apple gets its way.
Apple is asking a court to block Samsung from selling the phone here.
It says Samsung infringed on two of its patents Samsung says Apple's request is without merit.
And while France's unemployment rate hit 10% in first quarter the nation is moving to lower the retirement age to sixty from 62 years old.
The -- is ironic France has one of the highest life expectancies in the world and most other nations are raising retirement ages to deal with rising debt.
That's business for what Ben Bernanke has to say on the US economy and log onto foxbusiness.com.
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