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Time now for my most important business -- -- -- We start things off with a lot of business alert on your markets in the United States features have been flat all morning and the Dow futures are off by eight points right now.
Over to Europe expectations are that policy makers might resolve their differences and work more closely together.
To tackle the debt crisis there.
And stocks are mostly higher although -- take a look in France the stocks there -- slipped lower just a bit.
Now let's take a closer look at what is moving as European markets with IHS global and sites director of sovereign risk.
Beyond Randolph and over in London -- what -- you expecting in terms of trading the rest of this month again -- Then very low volume here and over there.
The I think I thrown Europe I think it was -- -- -- particularly important when she came out.
-- endorsed the approach the European Central Bank has which is it is -- support.
Two Oracle -- Italy along with these governments applied for condition of conditionality and aid from the the bailout fund.
Malcolm has completely agreed -- approach so we have the the makings over although lifeline if you like to periphery.
The beginning of -- and perhaps ultimately to the crisis.
A number of things will help born into place over the next few weeks.
The German constitutional -- a -- -- -- -- -- Boston good it.
Has to -- -- didn't just say that added you have a pet do you want to go to the awesome predict that if one of those long double compound about weapons and with no balance that it.
You've been -- -- -- around he'd go right ahead is that that's they're more than.
More than just that hurdle ahead now.
Yeah there -- number of -- -- I think in Europe -- Obama who is the most powerful politician.
In Europe sitting on the largest financially strongest economy.
How well its uptick in important.
And if she agrees to be encouraged that -- -- -- set up in town vote.
What the ECB can do which is essentially become a -- Financing -- home to the -- satin.
That we have the makings all -- of our armed with a resolution to the crisis.
It means that Italy and Spain will reform.
They'll get the full support from that and northern neighbors.
Whitman tonight goes from the ESM and the ECB will look more like affect and more like about giving them providing liquidity support.
To the debt markets it's we have the makings of all all from improvement hit by a number of things -- -- deported to place.
I'm John great to see thank you so much have a terrific weekend as always John Randolph for.
And overseas shares of foot locker -- jumping in premarket trading after the company's latest quarterly earnings and revenue.
Topped street expectation.
The footwear retailer reporting a net profit of 39 cents a share.
Excluding onetime items the company made 38 cents a share -- -- and nickel above expectations.
Revenue climbing 7% from a year ago to one point 37 billion dollars.
Also beating the estimate.
One point 35 billion.
But shares of -- book well there are slightly higher in premarket trading -- expiration of the stocks first post IPO lock up.
Shares yesterday closed at nineteen dollars and 87 cents a piece.
After falling to a record intraday low of 1960.
More than 271.
Million FaceBook shares held by early investors became eligible for sale following the lock up.
And that just prevents certain shares from being sold on the open market until a specific date.
After the trading debut.
More than a 150.
Million shares traded hands yesterday.
That was more than five times the stock's average volume -- the past month.
Scandal surrounding big banks could take a bite out of bonuses on Wall Street this year.
According to Reuters citing a report from the compensation consulting firm Johnson associates.
Bonuses will be flat to -- possibly up as much as 5%.
But that is down from the firms may forecast which solve the extra pay jumping five to 15%.
In addition to -- scandals weaker than expected revenue also to blame for the lowered outlook.
Traders are expected to see the biggest -- bombs this year of investment bankers however could see bonus cuts after facing a very tough year.
For that business here's a look at commodities both.
Oil and gold you know what we care more about oil than we do gold because we don't run our cars.
On the glittery gold stop oil is down 35 cents a barrel but is still trading above that 95 dollar a barrel mark.
And guess is coming up later this hour.
Neil Cavuto a Fox Business he's -- man's guess.
It's so much more is ahead as Imus in the morning continues right now on the Fox Business Network giving -- How to prosper.
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