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Good morning everyone it's going to be -- very busy day with tons of earnings an economic reports including car sales and retail same store sales let's start things off.
Looking at three labor related reports due out this morning we're set to get.
At 7:30 eastern time figures from outplacement firm challenger gray and Christmas on how many jobs.
Employers plan to cut last month the payroll processing firm ADP.
Is expected to report that 135000.
Jobs were added in the private sector last month and this will be the first report.
Created under a new formula in order to be more accurately in line with the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Under that new formula last month number was reportedly revised to show 88000 jobs -- created in September down from 162000.
That report comes our way at 8:15 eastern and then at 830 look at the weekly initial jobless claims number.
People are expected to have filed for first time benefits last week.
That would be up slightly from the prior week and this all comes ahead of tomorrow's government monthly jobs report.
Nonfarm jobs are expected to have been added to payrolls last.
Checking the markets now here in the US you're seeing futures mixed Dow futures are down by one the S&P down not even wanna nasdaq's up by about two -- fairly flat there.
In Europe stocks but sort of searching for direction after weaker than expected UK manufacturing report.
Offset some positive Chinese manufacturing data -- we are seeing green arrows once again.
London's up by almost thirty Paris is up about twenty in -- up about forty.
We're also getting -- and now.
From size -- the drugmaker is reporting an adjusted profit.
A 53 cents a share matching the estimate dead on revenue came in slightly shy at fourteen billion dollars the expectation there.
Was for fourteen point 63 billion now let's kick it back over to -- European markets and discussed with -- ahead in market trader at IG over London.
Let's of the factors are moving investors today will economists and analysts are warning that Greece is closer than ever running out of cash and that's a new coalition government even under threat how -- is the picture there it -- Greece more or less likely to receive its next eight payment because of it.
Good morning -- yes seems -- to return to the to the agenda once again getting mixed reports as to whether progress is being made on the one side it seems like.
Their components is -- coming out saying yes they are gonna get their money in a month's climate and we're hearing -- sort dissenting views from all the policy here.
It's still pushing perhaps Greek -- New York further down the right but I don't think it -- and it changes the overruled.
Not -- we still expect and then to have to exit at some point I don't know -- we're talking about kind of mass product citations and setting off.
A -- assets just to even remain kind of sell them.
-- will look at even that privatization plan isn't moving along as quickly as expected and when you look at the economic numbers that they release -- disappointed on almost every key metrics -- That -- that meet the targets agreed to for the bail -- are also based on sort of optimistic forecast so will.
-- we have to revise those targets now EU leaders have to take another look at those.
Yeah I mean if they all gonna keep -- -- -- -- and try to keep.
Keep they keep the progress -- they all gonna have to look at those numbers we've seen the same problems for -- I would disappointing numbers from that.
Or seventy drive and the kind of measures that being put in place and really are detrimental to -- economic right.
So I'm really it's going to be a tough -- phone.
Aren't that's well ahead in over at IG and London will we I'd appreciate it thank you.
And taking a look at hurricane -- now the road to recovery is just beginning as homeowners and businesses tally those losses New Jersey got the brunt of this storm.
And our own Jeff Flock is in Hoboken, New Jersey now -- nearly 20000 residents are stranded Jeff Anderson the National Guard -- they're now to help those people out of their homes.
In a big way Diana tell you very would -- Head of I have received here in Hoboken and -- we get across the street perhaps you could see.
Everything is black here except for the National Guard having brought like -- which you see the troops you see a their vehicles here in the city.
Folks out on the street good morning sir -- area and I think everybody trying to get to work not too good this morning and -- area everybody's trying to get into work.
A lot of people come up to say you know the path trains run and no the path trains are run and they don't think it's gonna happen for another week they don't think that they're gonna get power back here -- for another.
Ten days perhaps.
And I'll tell yet everyone here left their cars because they didn't think.
This was gonna happen.
There's going to be a massive problem getting everyone's cars out that have been flooded.
What a situation.
It is a complicated one for sure Jeffrey appreciate you being -- -- -- all that for us we have those people get out of their homes very safely.
Let's take a look at commodities now we are seeing oil and gold to the upside now here's the -- -- on Fox Business giving you the Howard across.
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