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I just feel like this is -- word on the markets watching about a Monday morning over in Europe where we -- down for the most part again Germany's -- Slightly higher but the ongoing concerns over in Europe about debt problems particularly in Ireland.
That story still unresolved we'll keep following its for you in the features in the US however and the open on Wall Street after a down week.
Maybe the signs of votes like turn around the openness were up by sixteen on the Dow futures.
The five week winning streak for the S&P in the -- was snapped -- that drop on Friday the Dow was down ninety points on Friday it's a rough week.
For the markets wrapped up with that down day on product -- your Fox Business minutes.
Chinese company SAICs and talk to take up to a billion dollar stake in General Motors.
If that deal were to go through the alliance between the two companies would become even deeper still needs approval from Chinese regulators and would have to happen.
Before Wednesday so it would be -- part of GM's IPO.
BHP Billiton withdrawing its bid to takeover potash yesterday.
BHP says it's unable to get the Canadian government to approve that 38 point six billion dollar deal.
The government blocked the deal earlier this month saying there was no net benefit to Canada.
BHP will reactivate the last portion of the share buyback program.
And mega mind holding onto the top spot weekend box office second week in a row it's been there DreamWorks animated comedy making just over thirty million dollars this past weekend.
Bringing its total ticket sales to ninety million dollars.
Unstoppable Denzel Washington's action thriller opening its second place 23 and a half million for that movie.
Now -- commodities this morning with the oil and the gold price have both sub going up a little bit this morning up.
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