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Good morning new record high on Wall Street think Ben Bernanke that that that Wednesday that easy money policies are staying put for now the Dow hitting 15100461.
Of the S&P also closing at -- -- high.
Asked for the NASDAQ -- seeing high level in almost thirteen years.
Well that we can and -- scandal costing you privacy but I'll tell your tax dollars were putting a price tag on government surveillance this morning and it's a big one.
Verizon charging 775.
Dollars for the first month of wiretapping.
And 500 bucks each month after that.
Eighteen -- charges at 325.
Dollar activation me and ten dollars a day to maintain it.
The fees adding up to millions of dollars each year.
As for -- -- it's much cheaper but all this raises the question is surveillance were free with that encourage more of it and should you be aware.
And check this deal out all sprint customers today can get unlimited data for life for eighty dollars a month.
-- wants to keep its customers from leaving for bigger rivals -- T and Verizon.
A new survey says nearly a third of Boston's plan to hire temporary workers in the second half of the year.
Years after the recession they're still hesitant to bring on permanent full time employees.
And finally we're watching mortgage rates as they continue to rise that thirty year now topping four and a half percent the highest level in two years.
That's business for more log on to foxbusiness.com.
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