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Good morning stock closed in the red on Monday after secretary of state John Kerry -- pressure on Syria indicating US could launch a military response after finding undeniable -- -- That chemical weapons were used against rebel -- -- the Dow fell 64 points the S&P 500 lost six points and the NASDAQ dipped fractionally.
Also putting pressure on the market concerns about the Fed rolling back its stimulus and poor economic data the department of congress reported that durable goods orders.
Plunged by seven point three per cent last month its steepest drop in nearly a year.
Another debt ceiling deadline is quickly approaching secretary of the treasury.
Jack -- -- in a letter to speaker of the house John Boehner Monday that the US would hit -- -- around October 15.
And be unable to borrow money to pay its bills unless congress votes to increase -- the revised timeline narrows the window during which congress.
And the White House can find a way to increase of sixteen point seven trillion dollar debt ceiling.
Secretary who urged congress to act quickly when members return to Washington on September 9.
And McDonald is getting into the wind is the nation's biggest fast food chain will want to mighty wings in select cities on September 9.
Just in time for football season the golden arches will complete a national roll out by September 24.
Winds currently rank among the fastest growing category for food on the go with sales topping eight billion dollars and 2012.
Which is up 11% year on year it has the latest effort by McDonald's despite lagging sales in the US.
The wings will be available with nine different dipping -- until the end of November.
That's business for -- log on -- foxbusiness.com.
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