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Good morning taking a look at the markets stocks and -- last week on a positive note.
After a tumultuous several days the Dow closed in the green up 46 points but it was still the Dow's third straight weekly -- is the longest losing -- since November when he twelve.
The S&P 500 rose six points on Friday and the NASDAQ closed nineteen points higher.
FaceBook stock closed above forty dollars for the first time since its IPO and the announcement that -- -- CEO.
Steve Ballmer will be meeting within the next twelve months.
Rally back stop by seven point three per sex.
And Donald Trump is being sued by the New York State attorney general for forty million dollars.
AG -- -- says the real estate mobile held.
Run a phony trump university.
That promise to make students rich but instead -- misled consumers into paying for expensive courses that did not deliver.
Including no apprenticeships.
The AG said many of the 5000 students who paid up to 35000.
Dollars each thought they would end up getting to meet front.
Only got a photo without -- photo of truck he responded saying that the lawsuit false and politically motivate.
And Wal-Mart is trying to polish up its image by pushing for more made in America products.
The retailing giant posted today summit last week to increase investment in American manufacturing.
This comes just after Wal-Mart pledged by fifteen billion dollars more in US made goods over the next decade.
The campaign is the latest attempt to -- wal mart's image which has long been criticized by labor groups that say -- American jobs.
With its low prices.
After it could work better this time around its production costs in Asia -- and shipping costs and a lot.
That's business for more a lot on foxbusiness.com.
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