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Scott picking off the week in a sea of red fresh concerns over Europe's debt crisis are sending stocks here tumbling.
The financials are one of the weaker groups as investors worry about ties to Europe's troubled lenders.
And the economy.
US companies are updating investors on their fiscal health by and -- the biggest firms are doing well in the bottom line.
But revenue numbers have disappointed her -- combination of slower sales and strong dollar.
-- Reported profits -- from last year's second quarter was short of estimates revenue was slightly higher than a year ago but was also shy of expectations.
The fast food giant said it is seeing a global economic.
Maker Hasbro says revenues slid 11%.
And profit dropped by a quarter vs the same time a year ago.
The maker of transformers and monopoly board games reported declines in all of its.
Genesee & Wyoming is buying rival real America for one point four billion dollars in a bid to diversify its customers and commodity cases.
That's an 11% premium over Friday's close -- -- -- shareholders.
The deal merges the two largest short line and regional railroad operators in North America.
For the latest market and financial news log on to foxbusiness.com.
In New York I'm Robert Gray.
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