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Good morning and stocks ended yesterday right where they started the modest moves disguising a pretty eventful day.
The Fed said it would extend its program of lowering long term interest rates to help the economy.
Investors were hoping for an even bigger stimulus -- it Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke said he is ready to do more.
If things get worse.
Tens of millions of Americans have dealt with the recession by doubling up the Census Bureau finds that from 2007 to 2010.
There was an 11% increase in adults living together that's 69 million Americans.
But the ongoing trend of the young adults moving back in with their parents is more likely what's hurting the housing market.
Nearly sixteen million have moved back home.
Which means they're not buying homes at all the furnishings that go with them.
Don't call Starbucks coffee giant its opening its first -- as a T store later this year.
Adding team to the -- of its recent evolution fruit juices and loud lunch bakery acquisitions.
I -- anywhere this summer kayak dot com says average domestic airfare is up 5% from last summer.
And if your luggage doesn't make the trip with you you may be a month in new congressional report says airlines to consider reimbursing you.
Not only if your bags are lost but also if -- delay.
And JD power & Associates says overall vehicle quality has improved Lexus jaguar Porsche and Cadillac received best scores.
Mercedes Smart Car and Fiat had the most customer complaints in the first three months of new car ownership.
That's business for more -- -- on foxbusiness.com.
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