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Good morning investors watching Boeing shares today after the first fatal crash of a Boeing 777.
Over the weekend in San Francisco Boeing shares up 38%.
Making accompanied its second best performer in the Dow little action in early trading Monday morning and that's a good -- experts say so far.
No indications of mechanical failure.
Leading to Saturday's deadly crash but the accident adds to a long list of setbacks for Boeing.
In January its entire dreamliner fleet was grounded around the world.
Then in February and in May two inflight engine -- happened on the same sentence sentence Evans.
-- more fallout from sequestration the national employment law project -- and it's now hitting the unemployed federal long term benefit checks will be cut.
By an average 43 dollars -- -- 289.
Per week per recipient that amounts to a 15% cut.
While the job market was the headliner back on Friday the government -- a 195000.
Jobs were added to the economy in the news pushed the Dow up -- 147.
And more good news for the housing market soaring home prices are leaving fewer homeowners underwater.
Real estate data firm core logic says nearly a fifth -- the nation's mortgaged homes were underwater at the end of march and that's down from nearly 24%.
A year ago.
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