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Good morning it's back to the races on Wall Street with investors trying to decide whether to continue Friday's selloff on the heels of the bad jobs report.
-- start buying the Dow fell 124 points on Friday second quarter earnings season will kick off tonight with aluminum giant Alcoa.
Overall analysts expect earnings for the S&P 500 to fall 1%.
That breaks the streak at ten quarters of gains.
Because of more problems in Europe and slowdown in China.
How about sending a political -- with text message it sounds like a great way that anyone can make a donation even -- small sizes plus it's extra money in the pockets.
And US carriers but sprint Verizon and AT&T and T-Mobile say not so fast.
And they're asking the federal election commission for more guidance it's uncertain if -- -- can be ironed out.
In time for this year's election.
It in the morning picking out and don't like coffee try soda fast food giants are looking to promote -- -- I am.
-- -- proposed limits on sugary drinks that could flatten their profits stay in shape.
And selects -- balance sonic locations are offering so big deals is up their morning.
Like now -- -- mixed with orange days.
And another airline -- USA today reports that air fare tracker airfare watchdog dot com finds that 16% of people asked.
Say they're willing to pay day.
To get off the plane first that's business for more a lot on Fox Business outcome in New York -- lines and --
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