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Let's talk about jobs seems like good news the Labor Department says the number of people seeking unemployment benefits.
-- last week to the lowest level in four years of 350000.
The improvement was due to temporary factors like some auto plants staying open longer.
Banks are increasingly placing homes with unpaid mortgages.
On a path to foreclosure realty track says the number of US homes entering the foreclosure process for the first time.
Increase for the second month in a row in June as banks deal with the backlog of delinquent mortgages the good news is -- data does not suggest more homeowners.
Our fallen behind on payments just that the banks.
A plane catch.
Delta is flying to eleven new cities from New York's LaGuardia Airport -- that completes the final phase in its massive expansion.
Delta wants to capture more business travelers and New York as a key market to do that.
Delta also faces nearly a million dollars in fines from the Federal Aviation Administration after the agency said delta flew planes with -- and -- nose cone.
And a cockpit light.
The proposed fine is indicative of stricter regulations overall from 2008 until last year total airline finds.
Went from just over a million dollars to just over six million dollars.
Speculation that China may say it's gross domestic product slowdown in the second quarter.
Is also keeping investors on edge and -- -- isn't looking any better either -- unemployment rate topped 22%.
As of April.
And in Portugal doctors are staging a two day strike.
To protest austerity measures.
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