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They are getting the latest read on the labor market this morning 343000.
People filed for.
First time jobless benefits last week that is up 7000 from the prior week the estimate for 340000.
The prior week was -- high here.
We are also getting durable goods orders for June Europe four point.
2% from the prior month the estimate was for an increase of one point 3% remember durable goods are products built -- last three years or more.
-- dishwashers and cars.
Taking out the transportation component.
And orders were unchanged.
Yes and it was for them to rise by five tents.
Checking the market reaction here in the US features have been pointing to a mostly lower opening.
All morning the NASDAQ creeping up a little bit there shares of General Motors.
Are higher in premarket trading after the automaker's second quarter results topped expectations on strong demand in North America.
And cost cutting and it's struggling European business.
GM says it made an adjusted profit of 84 cents a share.
Nine cents above the estimate revenue rose 4% from last year to 39 point one billion dollars also beating expectations.
And shares that -- -- are higher in premarket trading after the company's second quarter results easily beat analysts' estimates.
They -- earned an adjusted nineteen cents a share.
A nickel more than expected revenue soared 53%.
From last year to one point 81 billion dollars.
Also topping forecasts.
The results showed Facebook's aggressive push into mobile advertising continued to pay off with mobile ads accounted for 41% of the company's total ad revenue.
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