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-- Imus in the morning.
-- on the fox.
-- -- -- a live look at the markets in -- is that there rallied following.
Some encouraging economic -- from Japan and more proof that the US economy is on the upswing Japan's industrial production rose 2% in May from April the fourth straight monthly increase.
While core consumer prices were unchanged from a year ago the -- led to gains rising three and a half percent.
In you're out -- there have been fairly flat today we have.
London just a fraction of a point Paris down about fourteen Frankfurt down about seven.
And here in the US for as usual watching -- futures are trading glorious morning have green arrows Eric Dow futures up 35 yes -- -- of for the NASDAQ up nine.
And the buying continued -- wants a Wall Street yesterday thanks some upbeat economic news.
And Federal Reserve officials echoing that the Central Bank is likely keep.
Easy money policies in place until the economies back on its feet.
The Dow Industrials notched their first three session streak of gains in nearly two months closing up 114.
Shares of Nike fell more than 2% in extended trading after the athletic shoe and clothing company warned sales in China would drop in the first half -- the new fiscal year.
The outlook came after Nike said its fourth quarter profit jumped 22% from a year ago.
To 76 cents a share beating the estimate by two cents revenue rose 7% to six point seven billion dollars also topping expectations.
And shares of Pfizer rose 1% in extended trading after the drug maker's board authorized a new ten billion dollar -- purchase plan.
Pfizer also has clearance to -- three point nine billion dollars worth of shares from an earlier buy back.
The company's been on an upswing over the much of the past year as it works to bounce back.
From the 2011 loss of its US patent and its blockbuster drug Lipitor by cutting costs and bringing new drugs to market.
Shares of -- -- on the other hand tumbled nearly 7% in extended trading after the provider of outsourcing and consulting services.
Cut its outlook for the year as its clients pull back on spending disappointing third quarter revenue also weighed on the stock.
-- reported an adjusted profit of one dollar fourteen cents a share a penny above the estimate.
But revenue of seven point two billion dollars fell short of expectations.
-- center's clients include London's Heathrow airport.
Nokia Baker Hughes and AstraZeneca.
The Justice Department is investigating the plan American Airlines and US Airways merger -- reports authorities are concerned the merger could cause antitrust issues.
And are taking sworn statements as part of a probe into the deal.
The DOJ is apparently concerned about the -- airlines possible dominance at Washington's Reagan national airport.
And whether the merged airline would agree to -- slots takeoff and landing rights at Reagan national.
Both American and US Airways declined comments Imus in the morning starts right now on fox is.
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