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Good morning Wall Street and the White House faced the verdict of American voters that cut -- presidential race keeping big stock market moves in -- The Dow rose less than two tenths of 1% yesterday -- -- -- -- point 6% gain for the NASDAQ.
Thanks apple shares many voters heading to the polls today with the economy on their minds.
Here are some differences between now in four years ago.
It cost roughly three dollars fifty cents per gallon gas what President Obama took office it cost not even a dollar ninety.
Now 47 million Americans are on food stamps -- at fifteen million over the past four years.
More than triple the number of banks have failed the foreclosure rate has shot up and consumer confidence.
Has shot down.
The unemployment rate still stubbornly high and even holiday hiring that's stalled out.
Challenger gray and Christmas says retailers added a 130000.
Seasonal workers last month virtually the same number as last year.
And General Motors says it received eleven million dollars in credit lines from 35 financial institutions boosting its indelible cashing -- more than 42 billion dollars.
GM isn't saying exactly what plans to do with the money but some experts say it might be used to buy -- -- from the government.
And that's business for more on Election Day log on to foxbusiness.com.
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