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The business alert in the markets -- you following yesterday's late day sell off on Wall Street to -- stocks down in Europe this morning.
It would take teenager -- exhibit there you can see that they are trading lower but here in the US are soc features happen positive -- the morning.
As seems to be -- you put that screen over.
We'll show you that they continued to beat and positive territory President Obama and British prime minister David Cameron will discuss BP this weekend.
Chairman's office says he will press the president for a clear picture BP's final cost for the oil spill.
Obama -- said he won't put a cap of the company's liabilities the camera and says the company can operate without some degree of cost certainty.
Some in the UK are accusing Obama beating up on a British company to score points here in the US.
And the meantime the Obama administration will try again to institute an oil drilling moratorium.
Interior secretary Ken Salazar says he will issue a new order a judge yesterday striking down the ban.
Salazar says -- include more information this time around -- -- the six month ban on deep water drilling.
And here's a look at our top stories today the Federal Reserve will be out with its interest rate decision no rate change is expected now.
Or in the foreseeable future but what can be carefully filing with the Fed says about the economy.
-- -- coming out at around 2:15 eastern time as it normally does chairman Ben Bernanke seems confident the US will fall into a double dip recession.
And a message from the White House economic team worry about growth now and don't worry about debt later that's -- word from Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner.
And White House economic advisor Larry Summers in -- Wall Street Journal op -- this morning.
Laying out the agenda for the upcoming G-20 meeting they say quote.
We must demonstrate a commitment to reducing long term deficits but not at the price of short term growth.
They want to continue with stimulus efforts that this could be -- difficult issue because many European nations are pretty cutting back to avoid sinking into debt problems.
Demand for home loans falling from a six month high despite record low interest rates mortgage applications for the latest week down five point 9%.
The housing market is struggling to attract more buyers after federal tax credits expired in April.
And interest rates still remain at very low at the lowest point they've been since last name.
Now in about an hour we get a check on new home sales in the meantime Disney is getting into the luxury home market in Florida apparently with an announcement today.
Florida there was a state where the foreclosure rate remains among the highest in the nation.
These vacation homes will be located in Disney's Orlando theme parks and will cost upwards of eight million dollars.
-- here's a check -- commodities now oil and gold this morning both headed lower -- doesn't fox business for Barney companies to -- epic night when -- eastern time.
I was the morning continues right now on our business network.
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