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-- -- -- Imus in the morning.
Morning everyone President Obama and Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney will face off in their first debate tonight.
But you have spent the past several days preparing for the event and for Romney.
It could be an opportunity to change recent polls -- have -- -- behind the president in a number of key states.
-- -- -- so they'll have live coverage of the debate from Denver starting at 8 PM tonight checking the rest of the markets now here in the US futures are mixed at the moment.
Fairly flat -- Dow futures are down by one -- S -- -- down.
Almost wanna nasdaq's up by about two in -- investors are being cautious there as well after Spain's prime minister -- a request for a bailout fund is not.
Imminent you can see -- markets there are mixed at the moment as well London's up by about six Paris is down by almost eight Frankfurt's by three let's take a closer look now.
At what's moving those markets with -- HM market analyst and London -- Portugal is braced for details on new austerity measures after making a U turn.
On a hugely unpopular decision to hike Social Security -- is.
But at how do you expect this to play out the money does have -- come from somewhere in of net.
When exactly and -- -- done it's done fairly low rating with a full sex race when you consider Greece and how there's been a protest that -- was take his medicine.
Brought the best -- But because of opportunists that they issues already out of its control it now depend on what happens in Spain Italy and ECB universal sentiment -- -- -- just the minus side check.
And as Spain -- -- -- talked about Spain this morning out its decision to keep resisting a bailout seems to be disappointing investors but we also heard from Germany saying that Spain should hold off on that request let's say you.
Well -- -- into the -- positions on the -- when you consider that there's sort of -- reason behest of about a new -- I think you'll see that the ones buying from most of it but yes Markus would like to see is sort of definite.
Timetable on when and where Spain will offs for -- under what conditions -- the momentum we've been kept waiting.
That's -- -- -- IG index thanks so much Chris.
Thanks and we're getting earnings in now from Family Dollar Stores and discount retailer is recording and it just across this.
-- 75 cents a share that's right in line with the estimates.
Revenue came in at 2.3 six billion dollars also right in line with expectations.
And look at the first of this week's gauge on the labor market from ADP this morning that there are processing firm is expected to report.
Jobs were added in the private sector last month that would be down.
For the 201000.
Added in August but that number could be revised of course the report is set to be released at 8:15 eastern and it comes ahead of Friday's jobs report.
That's expected to show that nonfarm payrolls increased by 113 thousand jobs.
Shares of Best Buy are jumping this morning and reports founder Richard child is pushing -- -- With his possible eleven billion dollar buyout plan for that consumer electronics chain.
According to Reuters -- at least four private equity firms have started examining the company's books sources say Apollo global management.
Everest capital management TBG capital and Leonard green partners are among the firms conducting due diligence on that as our -- of course.
And its financial advisors at Credit Suisse say -- is negotiating individually with the private equity firms to iron out details about a potential plan.
But the process is still in the early stages.
Wall Street will be focusing on Hewlett-Packard today and more specific -- CEO Meg Whitman.
And she holds her first analyst meeting since taking the top spot a year ago.
And that meeting comes amid growing concerns over the company's competitive.
Competitive position in both the corporate.
And consumer world especially with the slowing growth in the PC sector.
Women admitted that HP faces a number of challenges during an earnings call in August but she says the company is in the early stages of a turnaround so far this year shares if you Packard have fallen 30%.
American Airlines and its pilots' union have agreed to resume stalled contract talks union also says it will delay releasing results of the vote to authorize a strike.
The developments could lead to a break through any bitter standoff between the airline and -- 7500.
The pilots rejected American blast offer in August and a bankruptcy judge then gave American's parent AMR.
Permission to throw out the pilots' contract and impose terms for pay benefits and work -- the last week American said some pilots.
We're conducting an in legal work slowdown and it threatened to take the union to court the union says there was no sick out or slowdown.
Speaking of -- the airline says it found improperly secured seats on six of its jets so far and blamed the problem on incorrectly installed -- To the airlines Boeing 750 sevens had to make emergency landings in the past week after rows of seats came loose midair.
The Federal Aviation Administration is investigating -- maintenance lapses.
Here's a look at commodities now oil and gold are -- oil is down by about fifty cents at 91 dollars a barrel well down about five bucks or up about five -- such -- thank.
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