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-- every fifteen minutes the cold heavily he's at the floor of the New York Stock Exchange at home we got a rebound.
We do indeed Dennis and Lauren we're seeing obviously the markets getting closer and closer to the end -- on our lowest point today.
With -- nine of the thirty Dow stocks.
Lower we've obviously since seen improvement there though you do still see the real retail and next on the next bank index.
Went down arrows but as I'm speaking we are getting closer to that unchanged -- at the moment the mark it was certainly -- this morning when we came in and heard that the Nikkei was down seven point 3% that obviously is a huge move in an unusual move -- that.
-- for an index that really has risen significantly this here about 40% this year.
There were some concerns that.
In particular area about some numbers out of China.
Pertaining to PMI manufacturing numbers that we're below fifty that -- that contraction level to have anything below that.
I've -- news shows a weaker economy and that really brings a -- Asian markets and we in turn.
React is that I think Ben Bernanke historian said about them pulling back as early as June it really is going by the wayside -- at this point.
Because you are seeing the markets bouncing back here and the dollar is lower and that could help things along here as well -- -- -- Think he's -- much -- all.
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