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Good morning early gains gave way to big losses on Wall Street Monday optimism faded as investors ultimately decided Spain's 125.
Billion dollar EU bailout would not solve the nation's problems.
Stocks rallied overseas overnight that the Dow couldn't hold -- nearly 100 point gain close a 143 points lower.
That's more today investors will find out a small business optimism rose from a four and a half year high.
And whether inflation remained subdued vis -- -- the prices of imported goods.
Apple did its annual show and -- on its developers conference to some fanfare and much investor disappointment.
The company unveiled a new mobile operating system improved voice search using the -- technology.
More powerful MacBook Pro laptops with the same crisp display as a new iPad and it's -- mobile mapping service aimed squarely at rival Google.
But there was as much buzz about what was missing namely an apple branded television and a prototype for the next generation iPhone.
Their absence of this shares tumbling at the close after seeing early games.
In Facebook's growth is slowing in the US unique US visitors to the social network rose 5% in April to 158.
That's the slowest growth rate since comScore started tracking the data in 2008.
Users spend more time on the side and April than a year ago but again the rate of growth slowed down and that's slowdown is part of the overhang on the stock which -- lost about a quarter of its value.
Since its IPO last month.
For the latest financial news log on to foxbusiness.com.
In New York I'm Robert --
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