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Good morning talk about a September to remember the Dow surged more than two and a half percent last month it's been higher and eleven of the past twelve months and hopefully this won't be in October to forget the Dow starts the new month and a new quarter.
At thirteen 1437.
Many Asian stock markets are closed today for public holidays but all -- here at home.
On the latest manufacturing report from the institute for supply management.
The election just weeks away and President Obama is expected to move quickly to nominated new Treasury Secretary.
He would likely tap someone with negotiating experience someone from within and according to Wall Street Journal -- to people most often mentioned as likely successors.
To Timothy Geithner are the White House chief of staff Jacob -- And budget expert and spindles.
The journal says Mitt Romney could -- former World Bank president Robert -- -- dean of Columbia Business School.
Glenn Hubbard among others of course now the airlines have a new money -- -- and it's working fewer short haul flights.
To smaller cities over the past five years airlines have cut 3000 flights a day that are less than 500 miles.
According to a new study by the Transportation Department.
Another money saving -- and you're surely familiar with this one.
Packing more passengers into -- bigger planes so is there any consolation for flyers well your flight has a greater chance of being on time.
Not being canceled -- time to celebrate.
Amazon is popping the cork on that wind is once again.
It wants wineries to pay forty bucks a month plus a 15%.
That's business for more -- on foxbusiness.com.
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