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Good morning the big question on Wall Street can -- winning streak continue on Friday the S&P closed above 15100 for the first time since 2007.
The Dow Jones is closing in on it's not an all time high hitting thirteen -- 8096.
The rising tide is not lifting all boats -- an app colored down drastically this year reducing the tech -- valued at 413.
Now oil company ExxonMobil is worth about five billion dollars more than that and retaking the crown as the world title company.
And Lyoto is retaking the crown as the world's biggest automaker sold nine point 75 million vehicles around the world last year.
General Motors sold about 500000 fewer vehicles.
In ten years there will be me maybe 500.
Barnes & Noble -- still standing in the United States the bookstore chain reportedly closing at -- stores over the next decade.
According to Wall Street Journal.
But only someone is optimistic or cautiously optimistic -- the -- -- at the national agent for business economists say they expect GDP to grow between two and 4% year.
That's up from 36% -- same -- -- is three months ago.
That's business for more allowed on to foxbusiness.com.
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