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Good morning from New York where investors will start the trading day on a strong note the S&P 500 closed at a five year high Thursday on news that Chinese exports.
We're far stronger in December -- analysts on now the surge in exports from China in the signal the global economy may be stronger than first thought and investors.
Are hoping the rally continues when markets open at 930 in New York City.
Delta leaves the nation's largest airlines and on time arrivals roughly 86 point 6% of delta flights -- within fifteen minutes of their scheduled rot of time.
According to data from the bureau of transportation.
Crunching flight data from January through November 2012 showed US Airways in a close second place.
The 86% of flights arriving on time followed by southwest.
-- united and American.
They were the most -- with 77% of their flights arriving on time the united also has the dubious honor of mishandling the most number of bags.
-- the last time you remember any analyst predicting gas prices to be lower this year than last.
Well the chief analyst at the Oil Price Information Service the department energy essentially.
As ample supply increase US production and a drop in demand for gasoline in the United States.
We'll keep prices 5% lower this year than last year now before you pop the champagne.
The predicted three dollars and 44 cents a gallon -- still be the third highest average price ever in the US.
But the prediction if it's accurate could save the typical US -- 205 bucks this year.
That's business for more log on to foxbusiness.com.
In New York.
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