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Good morning close but no cigar the S&P 500 again flirting with record territory ending just a point lower on Wednesday.
The Dow lost 33 points but then stack rose four.
Today at the last trading day of the week of the month -- the first quarter.
Banks are open and snipers for the first time in nearly two weeks -- -- severe restrictions on getting money out cypriots -- really make it out.
As you can see the -- -- the banks aren't very long capital controls include an AT and daily cap of 300 euros.
And limiting payments abroad to 5000 euros.
-- imposing austerity that was necessary for their bail out.
A federal bankruptcy judge signing off on eleven billion dollar merger of American Airlines and US Airways to form the biggest airline in the world.
The deal was announced on Valentine's Day and is expected to close by fall pending approval from antitrust regulators.
And Forbes magazine says the New York Yankees valued at 2.3 billion dollars aren't being valuable franchise.
In American sports -- business for -- allowed on to foxbusiness.com.
In New York online minute.
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