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Morning everybody -- -- like this alert this hour on the markets in November kicking off -- gains in Asia following a stronger than expected manufacturing report.
-- came out of China so with the exception Japan's top -- -- pretty strong gains the Asian markets some of that momentum following.
-- to -- Europe this morning and where the -- 100 is up by four tenths of 1% the cac forty in Paris is also higher.
That's worth pointing out that all of these markets were much more than this when they opened -- up about 1% across the board.
Depth features up 53 after being up close to 80 points earlier this morning the Dow -- just five points on Friday and finished October though up by 3%.
The second straight month of gains and the best October for the Dow since 2006.
Now here's a look at some other top stories we're following for you -- apple is -- suing Motorola.
Since the Droid and other phones violate its patents relating to the touch screen with Motorola to stop using the patents -- it wants to be paid.
Although it's not saying it this much at this point how much it wants to be paid Motorola sued apple earlier in October for patent infringement.
Former Enron CEO Jeff Skilling last best chance to get out of prison comes today his lawyers say the Justice Department has missed applying law rather trying to get -- a new trial.
Three judge panel will hear that argument today in Houston skilling convicted on nineteen counts back in 2006.
And going after Bernie Madoff money turns out to be an expensive job the trustee seeking to recover funds for the victims.
Spending 27 million dollars in the second and third quarters.
The only recovered 849000.
Dollars during that time.
Most of the spending done on legal fees so far that trustee Irving Picard.
Has recovered one and a half billion dollars to be paid back to the victims have -- -- fraud.
And Chinese financial institutions continue -- rise in the global economy.
-- it is and at China's largest lender Industrial & Commercial Bank of China.
Taking over a unit of Fortis securities.
-- dealer services unit controlled by the French bank BNP Paribas.
The deal setting the stage for the bank to expand its underwriting business here in the United States.
And Pontiac it's officially dead GM's 84 year old brand went out of business for good on Sunday.
All of GM's dealer agreements have now expired General Motors announcing its plan to kill the brand last -- went into bankruptcy.
Prior to the announcement Pontiac and -- one of GM's lowest performing -- it's.
Now it's more numbers for his take quick look at -- sea -- oil and gold trading this morning -- around 82.
And gold up by five bucks a thirteen 63 and outs.
Later this hour the Ivins guest will be bode deal and as usual on a Monday morning to stay tuned for that as Imus in the morning get started right now here on the Fox Business Network.
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