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Good morning major averages are now positive for the month of July -- to another rally yesterday the Dow gained a 103 points the NASDAQ surging 33 thanks to solid quarterly results front Intel.
An IBM after the bell.
Capital One Financial paying 210 million dollars to settle charges that its call center representatives urge customers to pay for pricey add on services.
Like credit monitoring and payment protection.
By telling them that those services were free when they were not.
The settlement is the first for the new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau most of the money will go back to affected credit card customers.
And we should probably talk about live board not only because it's the most widely used interest rate on the planet.
But also because the scandal of banks accused of -- it is widening dramatically.
Lending banks -- Libor rate by saying what they expect to pay to borrow from one another it works on the honor system many banks now being investigated for purposely.
Deflating that -- three years.
To make customers think they were healthier than it really work.
Just a couple of hours away from the midnight opening of the third and final Batman movie the Dark Knight rises.
Tickets for for screenings are being resold by brokers on eBay Craigslist and other sites for a hundred bucks sometimes more.
And parents get ready for another big bill back to school spending and -- 688.
Dollars this year that's up more than eighty bucks from last year.
According to The National Retail Federation.
That's business for more on alive or scandal lot on foxbusiness.com.
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