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Good morning investors were disappointed that Federal Reserve policy makers did not announce new steps to aid the economy but the Central Bank left the door open for stimulus when it meets again next month.
All eyes turned today to Europe's Central Bank.
ECB president Mario Draghi has vowed to do what ever it takes to save the Euro.
And we'll see how he makes good on his promise later today.
Meanwhile investors Parse through a mixed bag of economic reports here in the US manufacturing activity contracted for the second month.
Private employment and home construction rose and in the end stocks bell the Dow gave up 33 points after wild swings throughout the session.
There's a cost to being an Olympic medalist the US Olympic Committee awards gold medalist 25000 dollars but they have to pay tax is on that money.
Roughly 8800 dollars went taxed at a 35%.
-- silver and bronze medalist don't get to escape Uncle Sam there and LB liable to pay thousands of dollars on their prize money as well and you can now feel like a winner in coats US Airways offering coach passengers a premium -- choice on international flights that price twenty bucks you've got to ordered the meal at least 24 hours before the flight and it does include wine.
That's business for more on the European central bank's decision on on foxbusiness.com.
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