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On the -- Well let's start things off the live look at the markets in Asia they close mix to start the week off Japan's Nikkei gained nearly 3%.
Hong Kong's Hang Seng added 1% but Shanghai and South Korea.
Were both lower in Europe stocks they're moving higher as investors looked ahead to this week's fed meeting.
London's up almost 42 points -- -- of about fifty Frankfurt's up almost 100 and here in the US were also looking.
At green arrows Dow futures are up more than 100 points is a piece of thirteen the -- up almost thirty US stocks slumped on Friday though a sluggish economic readings.
And some jitters ahead of the Fed meeting kept buyers at -- the Dow.
That's down 106 points overall it was a down week for stocks with a major indexes falling for the third time in four weeks.
The Dow lost one point 2% -- S&P lost 1% the NASDAQ declined by one point three.
President Obama the NORTHERN IRELAND this morning for the start of this week's G-8 summit.
The event is being hosted by UK prime minister David Cameron and French president Francois Hollande.
-- -- -- Angela Merkel and Japanese prime minister since they are just some other world leaders.
That will also be in attendance.
The economy and tax invasion are expected to be -- center.
The groups also expected to push for more aggressive stance against the regime of Syrian president aside and discuss the -- data gathering.
Investors will be focused on the Federal Reserve's policy making meeting this week looking for clues.
About when and how the Central Bank may start to scale back its bond buying program.
Fed watchers don't expect any major announcements from the two day meeting ends on Wednesday but.
It will be listening carefully -- -- chairman Ben Bernanke speaks at a news conference after the meeting.
During congressional testimony last month Bernanke did say that the Fed might consider tapering -- bond purchases over the next several months.
That remark triggered weeks of volatile trading and speculation.
Over the -- direction so investors will be listen closely there.
Meanwhile apple is releasing details of the government's request per customer data.
The company says -- received between 4005000.
Requests for data from US law enforcement officials.
Over the last six months relating to criminal investigations and national security matters.
Microsoft and FaceBook publish similar data last week after reaching a deal about disclosures with national security officials.
Apple says it's always placed a priority on protecting its customers' personal data and it doesn't give any government agency direct access to its servers.
Here's a look at commodities now oil and -- -- next you've got oil up and eighteen cents trading around 98 dollars a barrel and gold is down a little more than a dollar at thirteen 86 announced.
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