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Good morning investors weighed the good with the bad yesterday they cheered a better picture of the job market with a reduction in weekly unemployment filings and a surprise interest rate cut in China but -- -- Spanish debt downgrade.
And comments by Ben Bernanke that poured cold water on the rally the Fed chief offered investors little hope that that would use its tools to stimulate economic growth.
The weakening job market has consumers keeping their credit cards tucked away.
Data from the Federal Reserve showed consumers increased their borrowing by six and a half billion dollars in April but that was half the gain in March.
Well every spenders when it comes to fine dining research from the NPD group.
Finds that visits to pricey restaurants rose 6% this frank.
The biggest increase and five years.
Americans spent more than fifty billion dollars to -- fancy foods and sit fine -- some time Hannity don't feel so bad thinking collapse there.
And the -- On Wall Street the Dow gained 46 points rising for the third day in a row on Thursday.
That's while the NASDAQ and the S&P 500 fell regardless this week is shaping up to be the best week of the year.
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