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Wariness if you will after that big plunge on the Nikkei more than -- percent the previous day still up almost 1% would like that.
Thanks saying just slightly lower over Europe.
Mixed markets bear attack her on France is the only of the three maggert is barely hanging on to a game.
At the moment here in the US let's check on futures after the durable goods orders rose more than expected still with significantly lowered down 5049 points.
On the Dow futures all three major market gauges had -- south.
Where half an hour away from the opening bell -- unchanged thereabouts oil slightly lower but stubbornly high at 93 dollars a barrel.
Now let's go to -- say -- who has more business headlines right now -- Diane.
-- -- -- so orders for durable goods rose more than expected 3.3 percent last month.
That's -- much higher than the increase of one point 5% economists were expecting.
March's number was also revised once again to down five point 9% from six point nine keep in mind and that.
Our products but the last three years or more like -- washing cars but if you take out that transportation component orders were up one point 3% again topping the expectation.
For a -- -- just half a percent.
That march number was also revised down one point 7%.
From down two point nine.
Meanwhile Google could be facing an antitrust investigation this time focusing on the company's display ad business.
According to reports sources say the FTC is following up on complaints by rivals that the Internet giant abused its power in the market.
For selling online graphic and video -- The examination is an early stages and may not result in a formal probe but this comes just months.
After the agency completed an unrelated investigation.
Of allegations that Google was using its power in the lucrative search business in ways that violated antitrust -- as spokespeople for Google and the FDC have declined to comment.
On those reports.
Procter & Gamble is making some changes at the top in a surprise move the company's bringing back former CEO AG Lafley to -- the consumer products giant.
Replacing Bob McDonald effective immediately.
Lastly who led PNG from 2000 to 2009.
Also is taking the president and chairman roles on McDonnell is retiring come June 30.
After a thirty year career there.
The shake -- comes as Procter & Gamble tries to boost growth in the face of stiff global competition.
P&G has already cut thousands of jobs as part of a ten billion dollar restructuring program.
Tune in on Monday for a one hour Fox Business special called at risk the cyber threat an in depth look at the threat to our critical infrastructure financial markets.
And emerging technology.
Again that's Monday at one and 4 PM only on FB -- now back today.
Thank you so much Diane and now for a preview of the trading day would take you downtown in the corner of wall and broad in the New York Stock Exchange where we always find the golf had a lady -- -- -- -- sleeps.
Police at least I think -- hot in the movie you know I -- at least upgrade me a little.
A -- -- but you're right right like to watch the markets closely day it does like you we keep on that and let's talk about what we're seeing here this morning.
Futures are pointing to a slightly lower open the dollar is to the downside.
Rob -- some excitement to the downside for banks -- watch some of the other names.
Bank of America for example is lowered dollar coming up off of its recent lows but still a lot I can -- down -- for commodities as well.
Let's just -- as we've had four straight weeks.
Of gains the Dow Jones industrials but that these levels here it looks like a losing week so we may snap that four week winning streak on the Dow.
Some names to watch pandora the numbers came out.
-- looking good beats the street and the view the view that outlook is above the estimate that up almost 12% this morning Abercrombie & Fitch terrible numbers.
Their loss was worse than estimated and their -- not good Abercrombie Fitch down 8%.
US steel to the downside.
Also Ford eBay apple Deutsche Bank GameStop and gap all lower and keep an eye on feared as well -- they came -- you.
Thank you so much you called there's been some good news on home sales and autos sales just this week here with more is Lawrence -- and adding a line I gave in at 9 o'clock -- -- bad news so fortunately I have some good news.
You know -- home prices hitting a record high in the month of April.
Average price about 272000.
Dollars and sales rose as well -- 2.3 percent month over month.
Still -- running at about half the pace considered normal but.
If those -- brings us to a level that is the best second best since 2008.
So well take it on and just like.
The -- housing industries doing a lot better so is the auto industry analysts are coming out with their predictions -- man it's looking like.
They're expecting auto sales to increase between six and 8% that put -- on track.
-- fifteen million plus sales for the year 2013.
I'd definitely a very strong spot.
-- auto makers because they're not giving as many incentives car prices are up the average age of a car on the road is at a record high at more than eleven years and it's a little bit easier.
-- access to credit so that's why Detroit.
Is a lot healthier these days one of the reasons why those summer vacation plans those two week breaks at bat the out of makers are not entirely happening.
And also in part the home new home construction is drive and -- it out of our sails because of the pick -- trucks which yet.
The top five yet Ford F 150 trucks and then number two it was a Silverado and then -- -- think the Dodge -- was still in the top which is unusual.
Let's -- his big truck sales really quickly those are going to be between eleven and 12% of total -- styles this year.
And they're big money -- -- -- margin on for the auto makers let's talk about the weekend box office.
Some guy films opening this weekend that you cannot pay immediacy hang over 32.
One was so Iraq's.
His mom was bad but the expectations for the third one are worse than the expectations for the second wind.
-- have fasting period six coming out against paying over three this weekend fast and furious is expected.
To grows over the Fauria we get a hundred million dollars paying over 380.
Million dollars and hangover -- already out.
Opening night I'm reading that they got three million.
In ticket sales so that really was disappointing.
Nonetheless some competition at the box office this weekend consulate.
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