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Good morning a little pessimism hitting Wall Street starting in Germany a measure of business optimism there fell for the fifth month in a row.
Here in the US the major averages are struggling they fell across the board last week -- oust sitting at its highest level in just about five years.
But down seventeen points on Friday.
Wal-Mart is hiring the nation's biggest private employer is looking to add 50000 workers for the holidays.
These are temporary but they come at a time when unemployment is pretty high.
General Motors is cutting its Chevy Volt price by 101000 dollars a monthly lease can run -- as low as 249.
Bucks a month.
-- of the -- shot higher as GM moved its price lower and that shows Americans are only willing to pay so much for fuel economy.
But gas prices they're moving -- to the national average just over three dollars eighty cents a gallon today.
Most analysts will tell you pump prices we'll head south for the rest of the year.
And that's because cheaper winter gasoline is now at your local gas station.
The effects of hurricane -- had made their way through the market and a weakening global economy is dampening demand for crude oil as well as gasoline and that he's got pretty nicely.
For more savings expected at the gas pump that's business for more -- on Fox Business outcome.
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