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This is -- Imus morning program on the fox goes -- Good morning everyone let's start things off the live look at the markets and we -- seeing a very different picture.
Then we did 24 hours ago -- US equity futures are up across the board this morning metal prices have also rally this Chinese money market rates.
Tumbled from records here in the US you can see futures are in the green Dow futures at 67.
-- to be debate to have to nasdaq's up about thirteen this follows the biggest one day slide of the year as anxiety mounted.
Over the potential for the Federal Reserve to pull back its stimulus efforts and investor concerns about a slowdown in the Chinese economy.
The Dow fell 2.3 percent for a loss of more than 350 points.
The S&P 500 and NASDAQ each lost more than 2% in an Asian stocks there were mostly lower to close out the -- the Japanese stocks.
-- -- higher on the back of a weakened yen China's benchmark money market rates tumbled as I mentioned following reports the People's Bank of China.
Made funds available to lenders to ease a credit squeeze mainland Chinese and Hong Kong shares pared their sharp initial declines.
As a drop in Interbank rates from record highs aided banks -- in Europe banks there were among the biggest decliners yesterday but they are on the rise today.
It got green arrows with London up 27 Paris is up almost thirty -- up about twentieth.
Meanwhile apple has scored another victory in its back and forth patent infringement battle with Samsung.
A Japanese court.
Issued a partial verdict today that Samsung infringed on patents held by apple for bounce back technology used to display emails and documents on phones and tablets.
That feature isn't in Samsung's more recent models damages were not announced in the final verdict is expected later today.
Samsung said it will study the ruling before deciding.
Whether to appeal.
Shares of oracle though tumbled nearly 9% in extended trading after its fourth quarter revenue missed the estimate.
-- adjusted profit of 87 cents a share matched expectations but revenue came in flat from last year.
At ten point 96 billion dollars Oracle's also doubling its quarterly dividend -- twelve cents a share.
And will buy back an additional twelve billion dollars of its stock the company also announced plans to move from the NASDAQ to the -- -- next month.
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