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This is the Imus morning program.
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And good morning everybody from London -- take a look at these European markets we sort of big selloff at the start of the day but now until the early afternoon session perhaps coming back a little bit just slightly down now.
On the footsie in London off about 810s of a percent in Paris on the -- counts.
And also down about eight cents on the Dax index in Frankfurt Germany now for a look at your Fox Business minute.
Markets around the world have been falling this morning on worries the Portugal.
Could be the next Greece -- some paid downgrading Greece's bonds to junk status and -- in Portugal two notches.
Portugal stopped by the way down as much as 6% earlier today coming back just a little bit now.
This morning the EU commission saying it is making progress with the ECB IMF and Greece on a bailout program but says debt restructuring.
It's not an option because all political reasons.
Meantime plenty of earnings to talk about this -- from past the oil company earning.
A dollar 65 a share the estimate was a dollar nine a big lead there total revenue coming in at nine point 22 billion.
General dynamic settings also out just a short time ago the defense contractor owning a dollar 54 a share on an.
And adjusted basis that beats analysts' full costs by three cents.
Revenue though coming in at seven point 75 billion dollars -- -- -- analysts.
We're looking fought and more -- expected at the top of the -- will be waiting to hear from Northrop Grumman.
The street will be looking for a dollar 32 cents per share from.
That defense contractor all right that is -- Fox Business minute taking a quick look at the US futures that it found around a little bit.
Ahead of that Wall Street getting his stay on the way on the days Wednesday and please stay -- Imus in the morning continues right there.
On the Fox Business Network.
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