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Everyone President Obama and former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney will make their final efforts to secure votes in critical swing states today.
As Americans prepare to head to the polls tomorrow the president.
We'll focus on the midwest making stops in Wisconsin Iowa and I and Ohio before ending his day in his hometown of Chicago where -- will watch the results.
Meanwhile Romney will push his plans for the country in eastern swing states of Florida and Virginia and New Hampshire.
Fox Business will be traveling with both campaigns today as they make their way to that finish line.
Checking the markets now here in the US we are seeing markets fairly flat futures.
Art to the upside now though Dow futures are up by seventeen yes and he's up by about one same goes for the NASDAQ.
In Europe investors are uneasy ahead of a big week for Greece starting today with the government they're presenting -- new austerity package to parliament.
Taking a look at those numbers you can -- European markets are down across the board.
Let's take a closer look at what's moving them with James Hughes senior market analyst -- -- -- in London James.
How much you expect uncertainty over the US elections to affect the markets in Europe for these coming days.
-- of course have much we that we got -- of -- out of here in Europe.
We do -- -- -- every single die on what the US -- what what happens in the US you can just tell that just went.
We sort of markets closed flat for our -- The course of the last week we -- holdings really died down neither here in Europe.
So I think we've we've base going on and of course with the eight.
We've such uncertainty the markets heights and that that's exactly what we can see Idenix -- that -- I think the markets will struggle for any sort of audience.
All attention will be put elsewhere and of course it's that means we we really willing times if if the US trade is not necessarily worried about the markets in a more focused on elections and I think.
You can see that even doubled in the in Europe because we really want to see that much in terms of volume and now I think everyone's.
We don't necessary you know to which -- -- actually getting godly than that acts of the -- -- and it's now they say the market heights of sentencing.
And interesting stuff now looking at everything that Greece has on deck this week.
Well we finally get some answers to all these questions that have been surrounding the country's standing in the eurozone.
I because causes I absolutely not I mean I think sometimes we've said this decide many times that that we said this added a number different meetings -- whatever -- -- -- Will we get any -- -- to any of the problems will we find that happened within the southeast -- -- crisis.
And every time we start to think you -- yes maybe we will do were of course await disappointed said.
It's a big way to grace is Astaire C new austerity package gallons of parliament is is a big step of -- -- G-20 meetings as well going on.
There's a lot coming on aids aids -- -- speak big weekend and we would see.
If -- -- cost of parliament increase and that's not always the biggest step of course it's gonna be approved by a number different people but will we get -- a move that will anything fundamentally be different Diana don't think it will be.
-- not sugar coating anything -- James you that I love talking to you thanks for making the time.
Let's take a look at -- Now we'll be getting -- -- today we already got demand from Humana and the health care companies reporting a profit of two dollars.
62 cents a share the estimate there was for two dollars five cents.
Revenue came in at nine point 65 billion dollars -- a slightly shy.
Of the expectation there for nine point 86 billion we also got earnings in from Time Warner Cable just now that cable companies reporting an adjusted profit.
Of one dollar 41 cents a share -- just under the estimate for a dollar 43.
Revenue though slightly higher coming at five point four billion dollars expectation there was for five point 38 billion.
As people along the East Coast continue to clean up from hurricane -- some experts actually say the repair efforts could give the economy a boost.
Analysts tell the Associated Press that the first few months of the next year.
The construction sector could see some gains as momentum comes along for contractors and local governments.
Hiring people rebuilding and renovating homes buildings roads and bridges that could also lead to hiring and other jobs like architects are real estate agents.
Experts say the destruction could also help the manufacturing sector.
As people replace big ticket items like boats and cars of course there -- others who argue that that money would have gone elsewhere.
Now Toyota meanwhile is boosting its outlook.
Its full year profit after revealing its second quarter profit tripled from a year ago Japan's top auto maker says it earned 3.2 billion dollars compared with one billion last year.
And for the full year through march 2013 Toyota says it now expects to earn nine point eight billion dollars.
-- of the prior forecast of nine and a half billion the optimism comes despite a hit to sales in China due to a boycott.
A Japanese cars triggered by a territorial dispute between yeah.
Here's a look at commodities now receive oil and gold now both to the upside oil's up by about twelve cents on 85 dollars a barrel also up four bucks at 1679.
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