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Morning everyone Federal Reserve policy makers wrap up -- closely plus two day meeting today as investors wait for clues.
Related to the Fed's plans for its stimulus program chairman Ben Bernanke is expected to announce -- we'll continue that effort.
But they trim back on purchases later this year if the labor market continues to improve.
Stay with fox business for live coverage of the Fed announcement at 2 PM eastern and chairman Ben Bernanke's news conference thirty minutes later.
Now let's take a closer look at the European markets of Jane Foley senior currency strategist at rabobank.
Well relented and gave -- Bernanke keeps things -- today.
What happens to the markets house -- -- -- -- here in order to come the volatility that we've seen over the past few weeks.
When he's used to the uniqueness he said he specific in cartoonist questions -- ever since he mentioned to make it twenty seconds that can we could be taken back in the next -- -- -- the market we have been waiting for more details and he needs to.
To be quite specific.
He probably wouldn't contradict himself but what we really need to know is that is gonna happen in the next few -- -- Or is it that we have many other commentators believe is it going to be donates some eight to India when the market does seem that the signs of improvement in the economic takes him right.
As Jane Foleo are rabobank we appreciate Jane thanks.
-- And Fox Business is taking you inside United Parcel Service the world's largest package delivery company.
UPS is an American icon and are Adam Shapiro is live.
Several reports from the UPS world -- in Louisville, Kentucky good morning Adam.
Good morning Diane we're going to give you an unprecedented look at this great American company throughout the day on Fox Business a company involved in health -- a company involved in programming your cell phone.
A company that refurbish his computers did you know that about UPS -- hear from that CEO this CFO.
Everybody involved in this company but to understand the modern company you have to go back to its roots.
And realize this is the company that started out delivering packages.
Anybody can deliver packages the one thing we can have to -- and others will not always have these qualities.
Jim Casey learned early that quality was a key to success because when he first entered the messenger business reliability and quality.
Did not exist.
Casey was just eleven years old and 1899.
When he got his first job as a messenger in Seattle.
Night where Casey said.
Was more interest being in glamorous than they -- his job required him to sometimes deliver beer or opium to -- again.
Delivering packages and it was just a minor part of it.
Then in 1905 PC NFL messengers -- golden Nevada but hit upon a gold mine.
When they realized that their new town sorely needed a messenger service.
He was an early example of Casey's ability to look and think beyond the present.
He wants it.
The business is based upon just a few simple principles and policies.
A sincere desire to do the right thing and he.
Casey moved back to Seattle in 1907.
Where he and another partner founded the American messenger company.
The company we know today.
Casey believed in all honesty and integrity -- customers and in.
It remains -- core value.
Explained best by Casey -- years ago said.
We have a business that offers -- Only two lives but to people still unknown.
And UPS is delivered so many things not only you and me through packages but the 400000.
Now this is one of the flight simulators here world court I'm actually going to fly this contraption a little bit later on.
But what you'll learn about UPS as we take you through the day is that this is now a technology.
Company that delivers packages.
54 billion dollars in revenue of global reach that is unprecedented.
This is them.
-- this system of global commerce and you'll learn all about it when we interview that CEO at 1:30 PM.
This CFO this CIO because this is a company that truly use an American icon.
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