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Luster is back to work after a long holiday weekend traders open never -- September in -- it's the Dow the NASDAQ and the S&P 500 each rose for the third month in a -- But traders and investors are still uncertain about what authorities in the US China and Europe will do if anything.
To help the slowing global economy.
Overseas Moody's rating agency has downgraded its outlook on the European Union citing mounting financial strain of the debt crisis on key countries like Germany and France.
Chrysler says its US sales rose 14% in August as the ram pickup truck.
At its best August and five years the results are a sign that car and truck sales will remain strong despite consumers' worries about the economy.
Those stories are prompting more retailers to increase the holiday promotions already.
Toys 'R' Us is launching a lay away program Tuesday that -- its service fee and minimum purchase requirement until Halloween.
The move is intended to counter tough competition from online retailers.
Some stores can do 40% of their annual business in the fourth quarters of the battle begins.
And -- hate checking your voice now you're not alone.
Data prepared for USA today by Internet phone company Vonage says the number of voicemail messages left in the past year was down 8%.
Retrieve voice now -- even more by 14%.
So checking one voicemail it's considered a bigger tour then leaving a voice message and that's this.
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