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It's a new week new month and you quarter on Wall Street investors have a lot to sink their teeth and manufacturing -- auto sales and culminating on Friday with the release and the September jobs report.
Economists expect around a 113 thousand jobs have been created last -- But there are increasing signs that the economy is headed for a sharp slowdown.
Case in point manufacturing activity around the world is drying up last month China's manufacturing sector coming in with the reading below fifty that signals contraction now for the second month in a row.
In the UK manufacturing shrinking for the fifth month in a row.
In the eurozone contracting for fourteen months and the real cause for concern is in France where its manufacturing index registered a level of 42 point seven.
On par with Greece.
Well the airline they're flying high in the industry is expected to book a four point one billion dollar profit this year says the International Air Transport Association.
That's down from nearly a half billion last year.
This time -- European economic crisis -- business confidence then high oil prices.
Sony films winning the weekend box office after an unlikely and needed -- became the biggest September debut in history.
Hotel Pennsylvania took in 43 million dollars over the weekend.
Add that to that 21 million debut -- -- side by moving looper and Sony accounted for more than half of the overall box office gross.
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