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He's up for the live look at the markets -- in Asia they were mostly higher with China Shanghai leading the way South Korea's Central Bank.
Kept interest rates unchanged for a fourth consecutive month as expected the Nikkei was slightly down -- gains across the board elsewhere -- in Europe.
Stocks -- searching for direction today.
Right now they're pointing to the downside London's down almost six points Paris down almost eleven same goes for Frankfurt here in the US -- looking at red arrows.
Not -- huge amounts the Dow futures are down ten the S&P and NASDAQ.
Futures are both down by -- the -- did not a third straight triple digit gain yesterday though rising 136.
Yes and 500 added five points for -- seventh straight winning session.
But the NASDAQ slipped by for.
Computer maker Dell could become a private company after today.
After being postponed three times under pressure from Carl Icahn and other shareholders a vote is expected this morning -- a 25 billion dollar buyout offer from founder Michael Dell.
And silver lake partners -- sweeten the deal by offering and special dividend of thirteen cents a share.
Icon and that his bitter fight.
To block the -- earlier this week after he said it would be almost impossible.
To win that battle last month the Delaware court denied Icahn's request to expedite a lawsuit against the proposed buyout.
The billionaire -- still stands to make seventy million dollars on the deal.
And moved ahead of Securities and Exchange Commission will meet this morning with the top exchange officials following last month so called flash freeze.
Chairman Mary Jo -- wants answers after computer glitch halted trading on the NASDAQ for three hours.
The Wall Street Journal reports the meeting comes as regulators seek tough standards for trading systems that have John objections from the industry but -- this is widely expected to yield new rules.
For exchanges immediately.
This'll be white's first attempt at a string of breakdowns that have raised questions about the -- financial system's integrity.
On today's economic agenda will.
Get some data on the labor and trade markets that you're in the first first related data on jobs since the August employment report 330000.
Are expected to have files for first time jobless benefits last week.
That would be up by 7000 for the prior we also get a look at trade -- -- prices are estimated to have increased.
By four tenths of a percent in August be -- increase over July's two tenths of a percent rise.
And the export side economists are looking for an increase -- just 110 in July export prices fell by a -- and those reports are cross at 8:30 eastern.
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