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What's old is new again at Boeing and getting ready for the unemployment report top this morning's business news.
Unemployment rates fell in almost 90% of the largest US cities in March.
But not because people are going back to work.
The Labor Department says the rate fell because more Americans.
Stop looking for work instead of finding jobs.
The April jobs report will be released Friday and the official unemployment rate is expected to hold -- seven point 6%.
Boeing say it is discussing prices and delivery schedules with potential customers -- updated version.
Of the 777.
The new triple seven -- long haul twin engine wide body will carry more than 400 passengers.
And will compete against Airbus's a 350 which goes into service next year the triple seven -- -- still several years away from delivering.
The US Department of Agriculture says it can cost anywhere from 140 dollars a week to 289.
Dollars a week to feed a family of four.
That budget assumes you cook everything at home and eat a healthy diet that includes fruits and vegetables.
Another US TA study released this morning indicates most of us -- The dietary guidelines were first released in 1980.
But USDA says most of us ignore those guidelines and spend the majority of our food budget and refined grains.
Dairy products like butter.
That's business for more log -- -- foxbusiness.com.
In New York I'm Adam Shapiro.
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