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There's optimism on Wall Street that the eurozone will survive Germany's highest court ruling favorably on the region's new bailout.
Still needs ratification by the chairman president and there are stipulations but the region is hopeful the facility -- -- in nations like Spain and Italy.
Crude oil getting a boost on that trading above 98 dollars a barrel at one point during the session platinum also soaring as the south African miner strike intensifies.
The south African army now on high alert.
The IRS -- 104 million dollars to a banker turned whistle blower at UBS.
Bradley -- and felt gave the government to detailed account of how UBS helped Americans dodge taxes.
He ended up serving three years in prison before being released last.
Research firm shopper track says retail sales in November and December will rise 3.3.
Percent and that's down from last year's holiday sales pace of three point 7% but.
It's still respectable considering -- still conservative consumer.
Targets finance chief says that despite that weak consumer that cheaper but -- retailer.
It's gonna tried to avoid deep discounts and price wars this holiday season and focus instead on items like it's trendy and exclusive collections.
-- and we'll also keep inventory conservative as well.
And investors watching the Fed gathering for two days now to figure out how to boost the US economy.
That's -- for more on the Fed's options log on foxbusiness.com.
In New York on Lawrence amenity.
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