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Good morning stocks gained on Tuesday everything they lost on Monday and then some the Dow surging a 163.
Points yesterday in a broad based rally.
Investors grew hopeful that the Fed would further support the economy with -- stimulus tools.
Well the government's red -- is swelling the federal budget deficit expected to breach the one trillion dollar mark for the fourth year in a row.
This as treasurys says the deficit swelled to nearly a 125 billion dollars last month.
Verizon Wireless wants its customers to connect more devices to its network the carrier has a new plan -- -- share everything that will take effect June 28.
For between fifty and 100 dollars a month customers can get unlimited calling and texting.
Plus a certain amount of data up to ten devices can be hooked up to them monthly plans -- additional fees of course.
While summer job in high school did to babysit lifeguard -- tables well it would be harder to get that job if you were eighteen right now Northeastern University finds that fewer than three in ten teens.
Has a summer job.
Those jobs are being given to older Americans also struggling to find work.
Plus more teens are spending their Summers taking classes.
That hope is they can get into the best college possible and be able to afford it.
The Department of Education is out with a list of least and most expensive colleges.
Where is the least expensive private school -- in Kentucky Berea college at just over 900 dollars a year.
The most expensive -- lot more than that Connecticut college at just under 44000.
Dollars a year.
That's business for more log on foxbusiness.com.
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