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Stocks are -- wobbly on the last trading day of the quarter.
On good news in Spain bad news in France and socio economic data in the US.
-- start of the day well in Asia and Europe where a new plan by the Spanish government would slash the deficit by cutting spending rather than raising taxes.
The French taking the opposite -- and slapping a new 75%.
Tax rate on millionaires.
Europe stocks heading down as new data indicated a deepening recession.
And -- it in the US showing that while household spending rose half percentage point in August from July as expected.
Income rose far less and the savings rate -- Meanwhile FaceBook giving Wall Street the first clues to new revenue sources for the first time it's letting users buy products on line.
From eyeglasses to Starbucks to stereos.
FaceBook used to like to send only virtual gifts a cartoon -- an icon of a teensy martini.
The company went public in May at 38 dollars a share but Wall Street has been saying where's the money.
Over 80% of Facebook's multi billion dollar revenue comes from advertising.
And DISH Network and Viacom.
Enemies bitterly just weeks ago.
Are now for enemies -- -- -- Viacom's MTV and other channels offered satellite service in a pricing dispute.
Now it's in talks with the MTV and other outlets for a new TV service over the Internet that could disrupt the entire TV -- but partners beware.
Did -- is one of the most ornery companies and showbiz.
York I'm Dennis --
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