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Good morning solid retail sales could -- keep the bulls running on Wall Street yesterday the NASDAQ and S&P 500 fell -- the Dow eking out a three point -- Standard chartered reaching a deal with US regulators the British bank will pay 340 million dollars and be subject.
22 years of monitoring and it's New York branch that on accusations made earlier this month -- standard chartered.
Eight -- your money in government and laundering 250 billion dollars through the United States.
-- of the revamped Toyota Camry are up 4% this year that's the word from the top executive who says the new car is attracting a younger buyer than Toyota ever expected.
Might be one of the reasons why US dealerships are going strong.
-- a consultant urban science says auto dealerships are expected to sell a record 805 cars each this year.
My congratulations he'll likely get a 3% pay raise next year day on Hewitt says that's more.
Then this year's average two point 8% pay increase for salaried workers now the most -- going to folks in Denver Dallas.
San Diego and Detroit and the least to those folks in San Francisco but Americans.
May pocket their new riches Rasmussen says that two in five Americans are now dining out less than they were six months ago.
That's business for more a month on foxbusiness.com.
In New York -- line Cincinnati.
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