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Well let's start things off with a live look at the markets and over in Asia stocks did tumble as concern spread.
Over reduction in the Federal Reserve's bond purchases and that that would hurt demand for emerging market that's assets.
Japan's Nikkei and Hong Kong's Hang Seng were both down more than 2% over in Europe.
Markets there opened lower on the heels.
Of those losses in Asia you've got London down 26 Paris -- -- about fifty Frankfurt's down.
Little more than eighty points in here in the US futures are also pointing to a lower open Dow futures are down fourteen -- down half a point.
The NASDAQ -- little more than one and stocks also fell yesterday for a fourth trading session as investors were president.
To make new bets ahead of tomorrow's release of minutes from the list fed meeting which could show.
A shift in policy.
The Justice Department reportedly is investigating whether JPMorgan Chase manipulated energy markets after the bank settled civil charges last month.
But -- separate federal energy agency.
The Wall Street Journal reports the inquiry is being handled by US attorney -- -- -- who recently.
Brought criminal charges against two former JPMorgan traders for their role in the -- six billion dollar trading loss from last year.
The journal says a new investigation includes some of the same issues that -- involved.
In the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission case that JPMorgan spokesman declined to comment but CEO Jamie Dimon has publicly vowed to resolve.
The company's regulatory issues.
The Securities and Exchange Commission says it has reached a settlement with Phillip Falcone over charges that include the improper use of money from his hedge fund.
Falcone has agreed to a band of at least five years from the securities industry and to admit wrongdoing.
He and advisory firm harbinger capital partners will also pay more than eighteen million dollars.
The new agreement appears to be the first to require a defendant to admit wrongdoing since new SEC chairman Mary Jo White.
Announced a much tougher policy requiring such admissions more often the agreement must still be approved by a federal judge.
Any earnings keep coming today best -- is expected to report a profit of twelve cents a share on revenue of nine point 13 billion dollars.
Analysts estimate JC Penney will report a loss of one dollar six cents a share on two point 75 billion dollars in revenue and Barnes & Noble.
Is expected to report a loss of 89 cents a share.
And revenue of one point 32 billion.
-- numbers for you as soon as they cross.
Here's a look at commodities now like the markets island gold -- the downside this morning -- -- almost a dollar trading down 16 of.
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