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Good morning while the September jobs report released on Friday painted a mixed picture of the job market stocks rose last week the Dow Industrials open today's session.
At their highest level in almost five years now the US stock market is open for business today but bond markets are closed in observance of Columbus Day.
The other quarter earnings season kicks off tomorrow night with Alcoa.
Analysts warn that this can be the weakest earning season since late 2009.
FactSet says earnings per share are set to fall two point 7%.
For companies in the S&P 500 compared to a year ago.
California gas prices rising to a record high not once but twice over the weekend.
The average there four dollars 66 cents a gallon with some -- -- stations charging five bucks.
Even six bucks to fuel up.
Why well there's a shortage of supply with some refineries and pipelines temporarily down.
Plus there are regulations on which blends of fuel drivers can use and when they can use them.
Are you fed up with being -- up Federal Reserve rules that took that two years ago to protect consumers from bank -- regarding overdraft protection.
Are having some unintended consequences economic research -- -- says that ironically the overdraft fees charged by banks.
-- let them more than 2% to 31 and a half billion dollars in June.
From last year.
The higher fees are actually pushing some Americans out of the banking system all together.
That's business for -- -- on Fox Business -- -- in New York online Cincinnati.
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