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Good morning stocks are hot but will the jobs report -- give up or -- down.
The Dow closed up 120 points at 15100628.
It's 29 closing high this year the broader S&P 500 index closed above 17100.
For the first time ever -- it's 24 record high this year.
At 8:30 AM eastern the government releases the unemployment rate for July and stocks could gyrate in response expectations are for a rate of seven point 5%.
Down from seven point six in June.
A separate survey is expected to show -- 184000.
New jobs in the month.
Apple stores once were thought to be perhaps the best retail chain in the world but suddenly they're -- cool.
Wall Street Journal says apple stores haven't had a -- and nine months and the second quarter they had their first sales decline for years.
Other stores have caught up to Apple's -- glossy design an apple has been between hot new products not to worry though.
Apple -- still -- sales of more than 4500 dollars per square foot Tiffany and diamonds must make do sales of less than 3500 dollars per square foot.
And a top TV executive complaints that the Nielsen rating system is missing the big picture.
Kevin Reilly the entertainment chief of our sibling the fox broadcasting network.
Telling TV critics one fox show the Kevin Bacon drama the following.
Would get a 65%.
Ratings lift -- Nielsen counted on demand on -- and seven debuting.
Nielsen now -- only three debuting as introducing a new system to gauge on line.
That's business for more log on to foxbusiness.com.
In New York I'm Dennis --
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