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-- -- We have some breaking news.
For you Libyan officials say.
US ambassador to Libya was killed in a rocket attack in the Libyan city of bank Gaza either the State Department.
Has yet to confirm that at the Pentagon says there were no marine casualties we'll continue to keep you updated on -- as we get more information in the meantime.
Let's take a look at the markets -- in the US futures are higher after the German Constitutional Court.
Approve Germany's participation the emergency bailout plan with conditions -- -- markets here up across the board saying goes.
For Europe among other things a German court want to cap on the country's liability.
Still the approval -- is the way for the creation of a permanent bailout fund that will be able to provide financial assistance.
To eurozone economies and Europe is currently up on that as well London's up by one Paris by nineteen in -- up by 53 -- a closer look now.
How what's moving those markets with Mike Ingram analysts and with BGC partners over and landed.
My guess is decision by the German court impact of principal national sovereignty within the eurozone -- this strengthening or weakening.
-- interest in question I think it's probably.
Strengthens that -- many respects them as he stated Jim constitutional court given the green light.
But -- conditions on that 190 billion number mentioned.
Is is the same as June's Jimmy says share -- the subscribes fashion capital of the ESM to -- saying ESM as currently drafted and -- by parliament.
Following if you go any further -- to go back to parliament.
And the other thing which isn't generally -- -- I think by market commentators this holding the German Constitutional Court.
Although it disallowed an injunction on Mario Draghi is unlimited bond buying announced last week they said they will consider it -- that's important because.
In principle with some limited bond buying that's unlimited.
Liability for the German taxpayer so you know that might be much bigger story at some point down the road from the lawyers in Karlsruhe.
Very interest thing on the flip side perhaps EU commission head Jose Manuel Barroso has called -- the you do -- into a federation.
Of nation states you think that -- gain any traction.
-- -- here in Britain but I guess of what we're pretty years scat six generally speaking.
And yet -- devil's always in the politics are the yours and if anything it's becoming more national I guess that's becoming quite so you.
So that this difference -- Spain where this of the saying well you know -- actually possible sovereignty to Brussels and you run our budgets.
I think it's it's it's -- the Euro zone pipe dream I think we're certainly years and decades later I don't think it's it's I think I would -- -- serious who took quite frankly.
Liking him at BBC -- London thanks Mike -- be talking to you.
-- -- -- And the Federal Reserve is set to kick off its two day policy meeting later today the -- -- watching to see if the Central Bank issues a third round of quantitative easing.
Some expect the Fed to conduct a new round of bond purchases in an effort to ease long term interest rates.
And promote borrowing and spending others think the bank will extend its timeline for any rise in record low short term rates beyond late 2014.
No matter what the Fed decides to do though most feel that it must act now because the economy's growing too slowly to reduce unemployment.
FaceBook shares are up more than 3% in the pre market after CEO Mark Zuckerberg weighed in on the stock's performance publicly.
For the first time since the company's IPO.
At the techcrunch conference in San Francisco Zuckerberg admitted to stocks fall was disappointing.
But -- -- people may be underestimating his company right now.
He's okay with that.
I think you would rather be in the cycle where people underestimate us because I just personally would rather be underestimated.
And I think it gives us good latitude to use to go out in and take some big -- and -- -- things that really excite an enemy is.
People Zuckerberg also argue that his company is set to make a lot more money and it's mobile division and it does on its core desktop advertising business.
-- the company's recently released mobile ads are already delivering better results.
In -- traditional display ads on the sites PCs investors have been concern that's a big comment there.
From Zuckerberg let's take a look now at speaking of San Francisco apple is they are preparing to hold an event where it's expected to unveil the newest version.
Of the iPhone a device is expected to offer forgy wireless technology for the first time in feature a bigger four inch display among had -- thinks.
The anticipated launch comes as apple faces increasing and intense competition in the Smartphone market.
Samsung took the top spot an overall global Smartphone shipments during the second quarter of Google's Android operating system has become the most used in the world.
Here's a look at commodities now island -- to the upside -- up on 97 dollars a barrel gold at 1746 announced.
Imus in the morning continues right now on Fox Business.
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