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-- -- -- Good morning everyone Delta Airlines and Virgin Atlantic are teaming up with.
Delta is investing 360 million dollars for 49% stake in the carrier which is currently held.
By Singapore Airlines virgin Atlantic and found mr.
Richard Branson will retain the majority 51%.
Along -- its brand and operating certificate.
Delta wants to gain access to corporate passengers at London's lucrative Heathrow airport the deal must still be approved by regulators in the US and Europe.
US small business owners meanwhile grew more pessimistic following the presidential election.
That's according to the National Federation of Independent Businesses optimism index which gauges -- sentiment and outlook the November reading fell to 87 point five down from 93 point one in October.
That's also the lowest reading since march of 2010 the biggest drag on the index was the -- expectation that business conditions will be -- six months from now.
And because the results for states impacted by superstar and sandy were excluded from the computation for comparison the federation says the data makes clear that the election.
Was the primary cause for that decline in confidence.
The trade deficit meanwhile widened by almost 5% in October to 42 point 24 billion dollars as exports had their biggest drop in nearly four years.
Analysts were looking for the trade gap to rise to 42 point six billion dollars to this was lower than expected.
Imports also declined to their lowest level in a year and a half the deficit with China hit a record high of 29 point five billion dollars and September's deficit.
Was revised to forty point 28 billion dollars.
Down from 41 point 55 billion.
-- thirty minutes away from the opening bell on Wall Street now take a look at futures up arrows across the board have been all morning Dow futures are up 26.
-- up about three in the nasdaq's up almost eleven but let's head over to the called -- a -- on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange to see what else the trading day.
As in store for at least six -- Hey good morning -- morning everybody will the US dollar is lower you have that.
Right now I can see that commodities -- to the upside equities have been following for you this morning after we've got an economic news.
I do see that the Dow Jones industrials futures are up about a quarter percent NASDAQ the best of the budget nearly half a percent this morning.
Let's start off -- trip advisor will be a name that I'll be watching your going into the opening bell yesterday we talked about Priceline Expedia trip advisor.
Trip advisor has been halted.
And why it's been halted for news pending so that's something that we'll continue to -- trip advisor has been doing very well a year to date it's up about -- almost 50%.
50% year to date so it is it went about a new spending -- trip advisor halted this is Kate and we'll continue to follow that Bank of America they noted the equity.
Are doing well today and -- BankAmerica was looking slightly higher we'll continue to follow.
AIG as they are selling off assets and secondary that their pricing -- you have many of the analysts now joining in on that secondary.
And of course everybody remembers the big bail out that the taxpayers you and I -- helped AIG out -- Back in 2008 Michael course very popular for -- ladies watches and so much more initiated with a conviction it.
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To watch monster beverage was upgraded to divide over at -- like us and you know monster -- come under scrutiny.
And some investigations as well pertaining to its strengths but today getting some positive analyst comments also Urban Outfitters.
Numbers are looking pretty good and as a result the stock is reflecting those good numbers and so as a result -- seeing stock up over 6%.
Also -- Molly court.
Yesterday that right to the post rights of -- we talked about rare earth and Molly court.
And just the fact that one of there competitors actually may lose their license in Australia this is great news right 11 -- time for one company.
It's good times for another and so we really saw Molly -- taken off of about 20% yesterday.
And today it's extending back gains so that's a that'll be interesting to watch it up about 3% nearly -- I know -- -- delta.
We'll continue to watch that obviously ridiculous Virgin Atlantic so.
-- looking like a winner Morgan Stanley forward all of that back us back to you.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Three people have been arrested in Britain as part of an investigation into Libor manipulation.
Britain's serious fraud office didn't name the three -- that says they range in age from 33.
To 47 and are all British nationals.
The office launched an investigation in July after Barclays was fine 435.
-- American and British agencies for creating false reports on its borrowing costs.
Between 2005 and 2009.
Those rates affect ten trillion dollars in mortgages student loans and credit card debt.
Let's take a look at commodities now oil and gold are mixed in the back where we started oil's up about thirty cents around 85 dollars a barrel goal is back in the red down by about twenty cents.
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