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Good morning European stocks Muster a rebound after that disappointing all talk no action stance for the European Central Bank yesterday.
That -- US traders feeling a little less cranky after their tantrums sent the Dow down almost a hundred points.
But how will they react to the new job numbers out this morning.
Knight capital as fighting.
To survive it lost almost half a billion dollars on Tuesday blaming a software glitch the entire company had been at one billion dollars in value but now is worth about 250 million less than when it lost in a single day -- searching for financing.
For a buyer.
But its future as an independent firm may be doomed.
And Facebook's -- continue its stockpile of the 4% yesterday and traded to a new low below twenty dollars a share down almost 50% from where it went public in May.
Social network site disclosing that some eighty million accounts.
To be fake -- while FaceBook -- to others thrive Lincoln revenue up 9%.
Full year outlook raced stock popped after hours and -- the consumer opinion site had a 67%.
Increase in revenue growth.
And growth in users of mobile where FaceBook has been stumped that's business for more log on to foxbusiness.com.
In New York.
I'm Dennis --
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