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Good morning as traders headed back to work yesterday volume ticked higher handing mixed averages mixed performance the Dow fell fifty points as the nation's manufacturing sector contracted.
For the past three months in a row but the NASDAQ gained eight points with help from apple the tech giant handed out invitations to a -- event in California September 12.
The invite had a shadow that looks like -- number five which many interpreted as a clue it will announce iPhone 5.
Apple's not the only tech giant in the spotlight Nokia Microsoft and Motorola holds an event today.
Amazon has -- for tomorrow.
FaceBook shares fell below eighteen dollars now the social giant is looking to reassure investors.
In a regulatory filing FaceBook says CEO Mark Zuckerberg will not sell his stock for at least the next year.
Some other notable FaceBook investors have been unloading shares in recent weeks and that has rattled Wall Street and FaceBook stock.
Well -- Americans on food stamps is at a record high more than 46 million.
Receiving government assistance and nearly half of them are children.
Spending on the program costs more than six billion dollars a month.
And -- lenders are once again targeting sub prime borrowers just like they did before the financial crisis Experian research finds that a quarter.
Of all loans for new cars went to subprime borrowers in the second quarter.
That's more than back in 2000 and -- That's business for more -- not foxbusiness.com.
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