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Good morning stocks rose on Thursday as traders and investors continued trying to read between the lines study body language.
And divine tea -- to figure out of lawmakers are going to avoid taking the country over the so called.
-- -- That of course is the huge tax hikes and deep spending cuts -- we'll start in the new year if no action is taken to address the nation's mounting debt problems.
The Dow the S&P 500 and the NASDAQ all head into today's session on track for their second straight week of games.
Well what do you find do chocolate and skiing glacial -- in the Alps have in common.
Their way of life for those living in the nation dubbed as the best to be born in during 2013.
That of course is Switzerland and is according to economist intelligence unit.
Sister to The Economist Magazine.
The criteria were based on eleven factors including well crime quality of life trust in government and the stability of the economy.
Those last couple of factors plus the nation's mounting debt load of -- the US all the way down to number sixteen -- -- tied with Germany.
Meanwhile investors in Groupon are dealing with a big losses after the company's board elected -- Andrew Mason.
-- CEO of the struggling social DO company.
The stock slid after hours giving back gains that -- from Wednesday when Mason said he would fire himself at the board decided he should go.
The stock has lost three quarters of its value over the past year.
That's business for more log onto foxbusiness.com.
In New York I'm Robert --
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