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Good morning a country this size of Alabama keeping the global markets on edge for months now Greece has investors breathing a sigh of relief.
Greece's conservative pro -- new Democracy Party wins in the country's second election in just six weeks raising hopes that Greece stays in the Euro zone.
Stock markets around the world rise in response but that relief rally just temporary Spanish bond yields surging this morning through.
The worries some 7% level.
FaceBook agreeing to pay ten million dollars to settle a lawsuit.
Accusing it of violating users' privacy it did that by making public their lakes.
And using them on its sponsored stories that was a form an advertisement for companies that showed -- user which brands a friend that there's light.
Facebook's top brass -- friends endorsements carry up to three times and value of -- standard advertisement.
Everyone -- junk now right but it seems we hated most when it's personal.
A Temple University study finds that 95% of users surveyed responded negatively.
When their name was used in an advertisement that fear of privacy invasion.
Outweighing the personal touch.
And get ready for a major Microsoft announcement later today it's presumed to Microsoft we'll announce a tablet computer to rival Amazon and apple.
On Wall Street the Dow and a 115 points higher on Friday the blue chips are up nearly 650.
Over the past few weeks.
That's business for more -- on foxbusiness.com.
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