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Close up as it's time for stocks as we do every fifteen minutes local families on the -- and you're not seeing.
The probably guess that's -- session lows and again any concern about Greek debt.
That's right and that's really -- pushing us lower the dollar really jumping now the dollar next moving to the highest levels.
Since -- 2010.
And there's concerns once again mad that Greece will have to do some debt restructuring that may be necessary and you start to hear about fat.
The dollar takes off the market sell and sell off.
And so here's the Dow down a full percentage point much like the S&P 500 so.
The Dow down -- 134 points last Thursday before the selling began last Thursday -- clone the thirteen thousand we close at 121000.
But we've had three straight days of selling let's signal appeared AT&T name making out with their quarterly numbers and good news and -- -- and less cancellations.
And their earnings per share were.
-- -- and so you do see the stock down two point 7% stake in Verizon down along with it mostly red on the screen for the most part I have to say -- it from every sector.
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