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Good morning Wall Street's attention turns toward the Fed policy makers meeting today and we'll tell us what they decide to do about interest rates and economic stimulus tomorrow.
In a new report Goldman Sachs seems convinced that the Fed will do something.
While Microsoft did something it announced a surface -- tablet computer manufactured by Microsoft.
That will run on windows eight -- we'll try to do everything Apple's iPad doesn't it will have a cover that snaps into a full keyboard.
And attached pen and a building -- stands to name just a few of the perks the -- souped up version may sell.
In the ballpark of around 1000 dollars.
A lot of money for Americans who are worth less and less the Census Bureau finds the average households net worth declined 35%.
From 2005 to 2010.
To around 67000.
Dollars at the same time a worker with a bachelor's degree.
Now -- at least three times more than someone with a high school diploma.
Any new government web site launches today that lets users browse through credit card complaints made against the nation's banks it's kind of like a Yelp.
For the banking industry.
On Wall Street a split decision Monday the Dow fell 25 points the NASDAQ and the S&P 500 rose.
That's business for more -- on foxbusiness.com.
In New York on -- amenity.
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