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Europe take center stage on Wall Street ahead of the European central banks says euros.
Growth is weak and uncertainty is strong that's weighing on confidence in the block Mario Draghi speaking right after the ECB kept interest rates unchanged.
As he spoke stocks fell.
Americans filing new claims for jobless benefits stronger than expected but still influenced by temporary auto plant shutdowns.
A better indicators seen in the four week moving average and that fell to the lowest level in four months.
The government is expected to report on Friday that employers added 100000.
New workers to their payrolls in July.
General Motors said its second quarter profit fell 41% to one and a half billion dollars that was better than expected.
GM also becoming the latest automaker to lose money in your us.
So he lost money to -- electronics giant lowered its full year earnings forecast sales have been down -- -- liquid crystal display TVs.
And it's video game consoles.
US Airways is bringing a little from the front to the back of the airline is offering international flyers to the Middle East South America and Europe sitting in coach first class meals for twenty bucks.
The -- also come with wind -- from us US job market.
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In New York online's amenity.
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