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Morning stocks pulled back from five year highs on Monday the Dow fell 51 points as investors shifted their focus to fourth quarter earnings season kicking up tonight.
With the aluminum giant Alcoa.
As companies they're giving their ended the year performances expect to hear a lot of think uses for weaker growth from.
Superstar Andy to fiscal cliff worries but Alan Alan Thompson -- Expects fourth quarter earnings to rise 1940%.
On revenue growth of one point 9%.
More banking -- -- and a half billion dollars to homeowners JPMorgan chase Bank of America.
Wells Fargo and seven other banks agreeing to pay up.
That after -- -- of foreclosure -- found shoddy -- or causing some wrongful foreclosures.
As a result more than three million folks in foreclosure in 2009 and ten.
An extra money in their bank accounts.
Hospitals are bracing for another big jump in unpaid hospital bills.
Those uncompensated care car is working out to a whopping 41 billion dollars in 2011.
According to the American Hospital Association.
And expected to get worse before they get better in 2014.
That's because lawmakers are still mauling cut sent entitlement spending.
And got up Anheuser-Busch and that may have a new beard just in time for Super Bowl Sunday the -- crown.
-- stronger darker and attack more expensive.
And your traditional locker.
As businessmen while out on foxbusiness.com.
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