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Good morning it's back to work on Wall Street's summer vacations are over and traders turned their attention to Europe and jobs the European Central Bank meet on Thursday how will they handle their debt crisis.
Meanwhile the US government releases its August employment report on Friday back up to last Friday it was a great day for stocks the Dow rose ninety points after -- Ben Bernanke.
Said the Central Bank stands ready to boost the economy if needed all three major averages now higher for three months straight.
That winning streak not extending to FaceBook shares in the social giant hit an all time low of eighteen dollars and three cents.
Twitter us is doing away with service fees and minimum purchase requirements on -- lay away program starting today.
Rival Wal-Mart said it expanded its popular lately service last month.
Retailers can -- 40% of their business around Christmas and Monica so they're doing everything they can to woo shoppers.
Into their stores.
The Tooth Fairy is feeling more generous the going rate for a loss to an average three dollars that's 15% higher than last year.
According to a survey by visa.
And popcorn lovers brace yourself the midwest drought sending retail pop corn prices soaring.
Farmers are looking to fill the gap with crops from states in the south as well as South America.
That's business for more -- on foxbusiness.com.
In New York -- -- minute.
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