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This is -- Imus in the morning.
I'm on the fox -- Morning everyone let's start things off the live look at the markets in Asia stocks were mostly lower as worries spread that -- cash squeeze.
Could threaten China's economic growth and take the shine off the US recovery but the -- -- turn positive in the Shanghai did pared earlier losses after spokesman for the Chinese Central Bank.
So the financial markets are stable with ample liquidity.
And that volatility in the money markets is only temporary.
Red arrows across the board there but not to kind of amounts -- -- been seen leaving Europe stocks coming back.
After five days of losses ahead of several US economic reports including durable goods home prices and consumer confidence stocks.
Are in the green across the board London Paris both in the fifties.
Frankfurt's up more than 100 points.
And that looking -- that's in Europe of course here in the US we have Dow futures have 77 yes a piece of nine and a half and the nasdaq's up.
Eighteen stocks did close yesterday.
Broadly lower but they escaped the worst of the day's decline -- -- one point was down 248 points but they've -- the decline by the end of the session and off.
Federal regulators reportedly plan to -- Jon Corzine over the collapse of MF global holdings and a brokerage firms misuse of customer money.
In its final days that's according to the New York Times -- says -- Commodity Futures Trading Commission which regulated MF global plans to approve the lawsuit as soon as this week.
-- F global went into bankruptcy protection 2011 after investors grew concerned.
Over its exposure to European sovereign debt the time says regulators -- probably blame Corzine for failing to prevent the breach.
At a lower rung of the firm without directly linking him to the disappearance of more than one billion dollars in customer funds.
Corzine has denied any round.
Samsung has -- around in the ongoing legal battle with apple over a patent infringement a Tokyo High Court has upheld a lower court's ruling that Samsung did not infringe.
On Apple's patent for synchronizing music and data across services.
Apple is seeking one million dollars in damages in the case which one of many legal battles between the two tech giants.
And Casey didn't -- up for -- there was a wild -- to the hockey season last night the Chicago Blackhawks.
Scored two goals in seventeen seconds to go from -- 21 deficit.
-- -- to lead in the final one minute and sixteen seconds of the game.
Dave -- and scored the game winning goal as the hawks beat the Boston Bruins to win their second Stanley Cup.
In the last four years.
Here's a look at commodities on -- to the upside this morning we have oil up not.
Seventy cents they're trading at 96 dollars a barrel -- up almost nine bucks -- 1285 announced -- -- them.
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