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Stocks in the mood to rise on the last trading day of the corner on a tough new plan unveiled by Spain to have its annual deficit in two years.
By imposing more in -- spending cuts -- tax increases.
France will be out -- its own budget today and it will take the opposite bent.
Forgoing big cuts to slap a 75% tax on earnings over one million euros a year FaceBook got almost a billion people into its online -- Now wants this -- stuff the company for the first time began letting customers by real products online from eyeglasses and -- to Starbucks and stereos.
It's a -- roll out only a hundred vendors at first and random members.
But -- give -- doubting Wall Street a clue.
At the extra revenue possible -- FaceBook.
Which gets 80% of sales from -- -- -- starting out letting users and each other virtual gifts like cartoons sheep and teensy icon Martinis.
And a merger going to the mattresses the slumbering mattress giant -- agreeing to -- to bed with -- higher class rival Tempur-Pedic.
-- -- by buyout firm KKR.
Under fire from dissident holders who say that 229 million dollar take no offers to low.
Wall Street likes it Tempur-Pedic shares soared 14%.
Yesterday that's business for more log on to foxbusiness.com.
In New York.
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