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On the -- Morning everyone President Obama is -- 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 -- -- -- German Chancellor Angela Merkel.
And Japanese prime minister -- they are just some other world leaders -- will also be in attendance.
The president has already addressed a gathering and young people praising the work that the region has done to bring about peace while the economy.
And tax evasion are expected to be front and center the group is expected to push for more aggressive stance against the regime of Syrian president -- And discuss the NSA's data gathering.
Checking the markets now we -- looking at a rally this morning in the US and in Europe Dow futures -- -- 136 -- of fifteen the nasdaq's up about thirty.
Looking at Europe -- there are also moving higher we've got London up 53 Paris is up 64.
Frankfurt's 113 and now for closer look at why.
Let's go over to Jane Foley senior currency strategist at rabobank.
Over in London Jane as these world leaders meet in Belfast what will markets be looking for to come out of the summit.
But -- good as you mentioned this and we need -- -- in the GA says some of its association of Texas where it is as you mentioned doesn't Syria remember of course Russia taking a very different styles to some other.
At -- to say -- still very much backing the government.
Added an addition to that as host of the EU US trade talks or daisy she's very important for the -- for the global stability for the global economy.
But none of them have a really short term effects if not going to be was born of these tools we watched closely.
It's not you've -- this couldn't be any market moving things coming to these -- teens.
And why don't rally in the European and US markets this morning is his hopes for good news from Ben Bernanke -- -- -- to implement.
Well that Ben Bernanke to -- -- the big cash app market leaving event for the week but it -- perhaps a little bit more to that may be at the G-7 summit we will get a little bit more detail.
From the Japanese at prime minister -- what his plans that the Japan and set -- -- lift the moccasins -- at noon to.
At the risk appetite said this week now as you said we have about a -- in the markets today.
At that stem from an overnight in an Asian I was -- majority of the Asian stock markets happen overnight.
But China is still -- and -- -- -- about the prospects of Chinese growth going -- that's still a big market being.
And then a bit more relief coming through within a -- still holding -- Nicklaus that we had at the end of last week.
At that we will potentially here at more at stimulus from the Japanese have been stay in New -- to.
Off today's upper house elections in Japan they -- into tonight.
As Jane Foley over rob -- bank in London we appreciate -- Jane thanks.
And apple is releasing details of the government's request for customer data.
The company says it 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 published similar data last week after reaching a deal about disclosures.
With national security officials.
Apple says it has always placed a priority on protecting its customers' personal data and it doesn't give any government agency direct access to its servers.
As a couple of deals in paper to tell you about this morning Brookfield asset management.
It's selling its long -- timber holdings to -- -- for two point 65 billion dollars including assumed debt.
Brookfield is also selling its Longview -- paper and packaging operations to KapStone paper and packaging for just over one billion dollars.
Warehouse are also says board member Doyle Simons has been named to succeed Dan Fulton as president and Chief Executive Officer effective on August 1 Fulton.
Had already announced plans to retire.
Man of steel had the best opening any Superman film has ever had winning weekend box office with 113 million dollars in ticket sales.
That exceeds the 85 million dollar estimate the retelling of Superman's our engines argues that it is.
Also had the second best opening weekend of the year behind only Iron Man three.
Comedy this is the end with Seth Rogen and James Franco opened in second with twenty point five million dollars in ticket sales.
Third place went to night you see me taking in ten point three million dollars in ticket sales fast and -- six and a hard film the perch round out the top five.
Here's a look at commodities now watching oil and goals orient this morning at -- a mixed market today -- up.
More than seventy cents trading around 99 dollars a barrel gold is down almost three dollars at thirteen eighty for an -- Coming -- this hour Imus is guests will be Fox News contributor Bo diddle and now here's DI NN live on fox this.
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