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Retail sales unexpectedly rose in April as households bought cars building materials and a range of other goodness.
The Commerce Department said retail sales edged up a tenth of 1% after -- -- half a percent decline in March.
Consumers spent less money on gas -- liquor and personal care items so Americans are spending less on necessities.
They have more for discretionary -- Retail sales account for about 30% of overall consumer spending us.
Virgin America says it's close to turning around its financial losses and could be ready for an initial public offering as early as next year.
As for last year virgin America said it lost more than a 145.
It has not turned -- annual profit since 2007.
How much of the Smartphone can 99 dollars Friday and Nokia asks -- 501 which offers a full touch screen experience seventeen hours of talk time.
48 days of standby time a three inch screen and runs on that two G network.
He'll be available overseas starting in June and no word on if there will be -- US mosques.
And overseas Japanese stocks continue their march north and -- on Monday jumping to its highest level in more than five years.
Bank to further yen weakness after the group that seven major economies refrained from criticizing.
Japan easing policies shares in exporters Panasonic -- Nissan motor and Nippon Steel surged.
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