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-- track -- running -- start job here 6 AM eastern time with a lot business alert on the Friday morning markets over in Europe.
-- lowered down a half percent London Paris and Frankfurt are also declining after.
-- the US session was cut up and down yesterday our futures again this morning.
Some concerns about slowing revenue growth drove the market down at the end of the day yesterday down 47 on Dow futures this morning.
Now we're waiting for a key report 8:30 eastern to show you how strong or maybe how week the economic recovery.
Really it's it'll be our first look at second quarter GDP and it's expected to show growth that it should have percent annual rate that would be slightly slower than the first quarter.
Takes about 3% according to most economists to create enough jobs to keep up with population growth so anything that's below 3%.
This number is expected -- would confirm fears that the economy is not growing fast enough.
To create jobs Disney finally sells off Miramax the group a private investors paying about 660.
Million dollars for.
That is more than a group led by investor Ron Burkle -- the Weinstein Brothers was willing to pay the -- to the deal the value of Miramax's movie library.
Which has about 700 movies -- including Chicago and No Country for Old Men.
But let's look now at some other top stories that we're following for you including President Obama heading today to Detroit to talk with the auto workers.
During a three hour visit to the motor city he'll visit a Chrysler plant.
As well as a GM plant with a Chevy Volt will be assembled.
The president saying the auto bailout was success that saved as so many as a million jobs also resent the taxpayers would get all the money invested in the car companies back all the White -- -- -- -- -- clarify some of those statements saying.
What he meant was that the money spent by his administration sixty billion dollars.
Would be -- back but that does not include the 25 billion spent by President Bush so that actually does -- -- with previous estimates of the losses faced by taxpayers.
There's another effort to get money back from Bernie Madoff Stanley.
Irving Picard is the trustee in the case is now going to after about thirty million dollars he says that Madoff family invested in technology and oil companies.
Follows on in an existing lawsuit which is seeking about 200 million dollars.
For Madoff wife sons and his niece.
And MetLife posting better than expected earnings of dollar 23 a share compared to yesterday which was a dollar even.
-- fell short of the analysts forecast although the stock.
Did rise in after hours trading there's -- life separately met life is part of an investigation by New York's attorney general Andrew Cuomo.
-- most calling it a major fraud investigation into how life insurance companies.
Make payouts to policy beneficiaries.
-- -- of your top stories here on a Friday morning now we look at commodities with oil down 72 cents and gold up by a dollar fifty.
Coming up later this morning the odd -- we'll talk with our good friend Neil Cavuto there.
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