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On the -- Good morning everyone the recent hacking -- apple FaceBook and Twitter reportedly have been linked to one compromised web site.
Sources close of the FaceBook hacking investigation tell all things.
Shares information related to mobile development.
-- said last week that employee laptops were infected after workers recently visited that website.
All things digital reports decide is also likely responsible for hacking apple employee laptops and possibly the recent Twitter attack.
Which compromise the -- of 250000.
Users the -- is different from many familiar ways of attacking individual users.
And companies because it's a centralized popular location which many people visit across multiple industries.
Checking the markets now here in the US -- -- fairly flat this morning we're seeing a mixed market now for the first time the S&P.
Is now in the red down by about a quarter point Dow futures -- still up by two the nasdaq's up half a point.
Over in Europe -- there have been mixed for most of the morning we have London up twenty Paris is down about eight points at Frankfurt's up about eight and this comes.
As we are keeping a close eye on Greek workers there have walked off the job in a nationwide.
Anti austerity strike that's expected to disrupt transport shut public schools and -- hospitals working with emergency staff.
Greece's two biggest labor unions plan to bring most of the near bankrupt country to a standstill during this 24 hour strike.
Over the cuts and now the figure closer look at all of those goings on over in Europe with -- -- how to market analyst at city index in London.
-- this strike in Greece comes just days before international lenders and officials back to Athens to assess the country's progress so does this strike help.
Or hurt the Greek people's costs.
Exactly this is not help paying -- great people's clothes.
They have been something that we -- and another of an -- a lot of -- trial was really month by strikes.
Anger race and site fog this -- -- mean Greece had been ahead in pretty -- that in taking the boxes and then the athletic and fed it pays the price -- that was being my.
And say that this is -- can bring traced back tape though I'm not that happens for the wrong reasons.
A -- can actually speak the markets quite considerably.
Up until now missing -- hasn't been on the agenda perhaps it's been a little bit more Spain that everybody's in -- Kenya but this really will bring them and I spent -- night.
All right and speaking of protest the government of Bulgaria.
Has resigned following weeks of protests there against its austerity programs -- now what.
Is that -- this highlights being the the differences that we have between unit within countries and -- year at.
You've got a gem an EU lagging extremely positive -- -- and yes -- and then you've got.
Greece symbol carry -- hill really quiet the other end of the of the -- and and I'll be seeing this on sentence -- what's going to be happening tied him down seventy of the elections in a Saturday is not going to be biting well.
For Europe as a hollow.
Not exactly what we need more uncertainty there are -- that's the honesty -- at city index thanks in.
And we're getting earnings and now from Garmin and that it's -- a profit of 66 cents a share falling shy of the estimate for 73 cents.
Revenue was also miss that came in at 769.
Million dollars analysts were looking for 833.
Point four million.
We also earnings in from Lumber Liquidators -- companies reporting a profit of fifty cents a share and that topped the estimates for 42 cents revenue was also be at 210.
Point seven million dollars the expectation was for 197.
Point eight million and those earnings will keep coming in today we have results in from told brother's home builder reported a profit of three cents a share that seven cents short.
Of the yes and that while revenue of 424.
Point six million.
Was also miss looking ahead analysts expect the entertainment company Six Flags to report a loss of fifty cents a share on revenue of 136 million.
And Owens Corning is expected to report a profit of sixteen cents a share on revenue of one point 16 billion dollars we'll have those reports.
And so many more as those numbers cross.
Former New Jersey governor Jon Corzine reportedly could be banned from the futures trading industry.
The New York Post reports two newly elected directors of the national futures association.
-- to -- just that at tomorrow's board meeting in Chicago.
The move follows a 2011 collapse of MF global commodities futures brokerage firm that Corzine once -- -- if the motion is approved.
The F they would hold hearings to determine if Corzine should be banned from the industry for life.
Which could hinder his reported plans to launch a hedge fund.
MF global filed for bankruptcy after it improperly tapped one point six billion dollars in customer funds.
The -- a look at commodities now oil and gold -- mixed this morning we have oil up.
About eight cents trading around 97 dollars a barrel gold is down twelve dollars at 5092 announced.
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