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Good morning it's a seesaw on Wall Street one day up another down yesterday was down Monday the Dow fell 77 points at the close.
As investors -- nervous about rising bond deals in both Italy.
As well Spain.
Moody's downgraded Spain to just about junk status last night saying Europe's bailout plan for the nation will add to its debt burden.
Then there's a Greek elections on Sunday already jittery Greeks are taking money out of the banks and stashing it anywhere safe.
The Wall Street Journal reports that billions of euros could lead the system.
As Sunday inches closer.
-- that the gas pump drivers near Myrtle Beach, South Carolina are paying two dollars and 98 cents to fill up.
The national average three dollars 53 cents according to AAA.
The housing market is bracing itself for more foreclosures realty -- -- foreclosure proceedings rose 16% in the past year with nearly a 1101000.
Homes receiving notice last month.
A rising foreclosure activity typically means lower home prices -- your home is in for closure or not.
And -- dad were paid from knowing the law honor killings byters around the house.
He -- just over 20000 dollars a year.
According to a study by insured dot com that's business for more on if Greece will stay -- eurozone log on to foxbusiness.com.
In New York I'm Lawrence immunity.
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