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>> nicole: breaking news this morning as world leaders gather in paris, protestors there turn violent. we'll have the latest on the situation. good morning, i'm nicole petallides. >> cheryl: good morning, i'm cheryl casone. that city bracing for another day of possible protests over the fatal shooting of a police officer. >> nicole: stock market futures. have been down, we have a mixbag. the nasdaq of four points and the s&p negative, 1 point. >> cheryl: deadly storms with 14 people at least dead from
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flooding and ice storms. we'll have the latest from there. >> nicole: more people are shopping online than in stores. we'll have the big expectations for cyber monday. >> cheryl: in sports the denver broncos put on end to per sect season and in basketball kobe bryant finally throws in the towel. welcome to fbn:am, first look at what's moving, breaking news and what to expect for your day ahead. >> nicole: we begin with a fox news alert, eminent, attack, emergency right now warning for u.s. citizens in the afghanistan capital of cobel. the u.s. embassy received report that an attack will happen in the next 48 hours. the time targetter, use extreme
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caution. >> cheryl: shortly after arriving at france, president obama visits bataclan. they've expected to discuss global efforts to combat isis. there's no formal plan for mr. obama and blahed mitt putin to meet but the white house has nod ruled a meeting on the sidelines potentially. 100 protestors in paris after clashing with police. those are unaffiliated with the climate movement. microsoft bill gates is said to launch a multibillion dollar nibtive to accelerate clean development to fight climate change. >> nicole: there could be more demonstrations in that city today. possibly targeting the popular shopping district on michigan
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avenue and great protestors erupted last week after police released video after showing death of a black teenager by police officer. >> nobody should be killed 16 shots. that's excessive. >> nicole: city announcing expanding the program to provide police officers with body cameras. the officer who fatally shot was not wearing a body camera. >> cheryl: massive powerful storms hitting states in the southern states. heavy rain and mass flooding. the victims include a 33-year-old woman who is vehicle was hilt by high waters. she panicked and she was only
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about five minutes from home. by the time he got there, the car was gone. >> cheryl: since thursday the weather system is moving east ward right now. >> nicole: let's turn to politics. donald trump insisting he saw celebrations following 9/11 attacks. republican candidate in meet the press. >> i saw it at the time. >> this didn't happen in new jersey. >> it did happen in new jersey. i have hundreds of people that agree with me. i saw it, so many people saw it, chuck. and so why would i take it back. i'm not going to take it back. >> nicole: strongly criticizing donald trump in interview. >> he knows what he is saying,
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he's playing you guys like a fiddle by saying outrageous things and garnering attention. that's his strategy to dominate the news. >> nicole: canceling a press conference, he would be endorse by more than 100 evangelical pastors, many saying they have no intention of supporting him. >> cheryl: another gop white house contender ben carson visiting syrian refugee camps in jordan. in an interview with abc, retired neurosurgeon saying they should serve as long-term solution while others taken by surrounding region. for for us to bring 25,000 people over here -- >> cheryl: okay, well, carson also saying that many people there would rather stay or return home to syria than come
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to the united states. he took that trip, nicole, there was no press allowed on the visit, he had a lot of security around him, obviously. >> nicole: we have republican presidential candidate chris christie won key endorsement the union leader, political analyst say the endorse meant puts christy in a position to win the new hampshire primary. on meet the press yesterday, he only considered candidates with experience as a governor. >> we were really looking at the governors, i think after the afternoon -- after the experience of years. punishment is a hard word. [laughter] >> things of that nature. >> nicole: jeb bush does not look like he wants it and the
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public senses that. >> cheryl: wow, some powerful comments. well n boston yesterday democratic presidential candidate hillary clinton invialed 275 billion-dollar plan to rebuild and modernize the nation's infrastructure. she said that it will be a down payment on our future. >> thank you all so much. investing in infrastructure makes our economy more productive and competitive across the board. it cuts costs for familieses and businesses and spurs more privates investments, boosts wages up and down the supply chain and throughout the economy. >> cheryl: creation of infrastructure, bank, paid for by a business tax reform, shocker. >> nicole: man will face a judge
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this afternoon, robert lewis has not yet been charged and search warrantses and other court records have been sealed. colorado governor commenting over rampage this weekend. >> as a state but as a country we have more to think about on how to make sure we keep hands away from people that are unstable. >> nicole: law enforcement officer says he made a comment about no more baby parts after his arrest. >> cheryl: breaking this morning, the university of chicago canceling classes on the main campus following threat. faculty students, nonessential staff are being asked to stay away from south side, students and college on campus have been told to stay in doors, they're still working on determining who made the threats.
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threat after two months after a killing of nine people. >> nicole: that's .261. a quarter of 1%. nikkei to the downside. >> cheryl: many role leaders in europe. cac in paris, more than 9. in germany the dax up 70 points. >> nicole: ya net -- janet yellen, report on friday. >> cheryl: gold is down buck 30. so pretty much flat for u.s.
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markets and for commodities this morning. >> nicole: we are watching cyber monday sales today closely, that's after online sales did jump over the black friday weekend as more people did their holiday shopping on their mobile phones. consumers spent an estimated $4.4 billion on friday, that's according to adbe systems, black friday sales rising 14% setting stage for one busy day today. >> it is a great time to shop because deals are very deep. it's spread across four days now. >> nicole: they look for bargain on the stores and online and take the best from both and now that everybody has good internet. everybody has it from tablets to
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smartphone. >> cheryl: that's what's happening, i bet. checking economic calendar. nicole mentioned this, we are going to get one more job's report on friday before the federal reserve meet next month in considering to raising interest rates. she said janet yellen expect interest rates to rise this year. she's going to deliver a speech on wednesday and congressional testimony coming up thursday. the rates, ebb, have been at near zero since the 2008 financial crisis. that might be changing soon. >> nicole: let's take a look at the headlines of wall street journal. plans to sell beer brands. also streaming battle over tv rights, and ims move would
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pressure china on management and widely expected to say that it would add onto currencies. >> cheryl: coming up we have a -- had a big weekend from the box office. >> one shot. let's make it count. >> cheryl: hunger games came out on top. we are going to have the numbers. plus, in sports -- >> finally i just had to accept the fact that i don't want to do this anymore. [laughter] >> you know, and i'm okay with that. >> cheryl: pretty honest there. the end of an era, kobe bryant announces retirement and in football the new england patriots finally fall to the denver broncos. we will have the highlights. checking index stocks, kind of a flat opening on this monday.
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that's all right, though, taking a look at the dow, s&p down by one and three quarters, you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ o finding more insight is easier. it's your idea powered by active trader pro. another way fidelity gives you a more powerful investing experience. call our specialists today to get up and running.
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>> tonight turn your weapons to the capital. turn your weapons. >> cheryl: wide releases as hunger games lead the thanksgiving box office ranking in $51.6 million. pixar's good dinosaur bringing
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39 million. >> nicole: all right, now let's take a look at the latest from the world of sports. new england patriots are no longer undefeated. they lost in overtime to san diego chargers in sunday night game, 30-24. cj anderson on 48-yard run in overtime to win it. patriots tied with field goal. 10-1 on the season. carolina panthers are the nfl's only remaining unbeaten team in 11-0. kobe bryant announcing yesterday that he will retire from professional basketball after
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the end of this season. this is his 20th season in the nba and 37-year-old kobe bryant made announcement, dear basketball. bryant wrote, my heart can take the pounding, my mind with handle the grind but my mine knows it's time to say good-bye. nfc west leading 19-13 last night. fifth straight win for arizona. and the cardinals improved to a 9-2. 49ers fell to 3-8. big news of kobe bryant there. >> cheryl: i'm done, i'm out of here. good for him. knows when to call it quits. donald trump sticking to the guns and getting in a shouting
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match on meet the press. >> i saw it, so many people saw it, chuck, and so why would i take it back, i'm not going to take it back. >> cheryl: we are going to have the latest from the campaign trail including a surprise endorsement for chris christie and here is weather hammer texas, with flooding and ice storms, whether he have the latest on that situation. checking u.s. stock index futures on this monday postholiday weekend. pretty flat opening, dow pointing lower by 10 entire points, you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪ ♪ sure, tv has evolved over the years.
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>> cheryl: breaking news this morning as role leaders gather in paris, protesters turn violent. good morning, i'm cheryl casone. >> nicole: good morning, i'm nicole petallides. after last week's black friday protest on that city for another possible day of protest of a chicago teenager by a police officer. >> cheryl: pretty flat opening it's looking like. s&p by one and a half in the premarket. >> nicole: deadly storms rip through the plain states. we will have the latest there. >> cheryl: more people are shopping online than in stores, that's according to the data that we've gotten. >> nicole: in sports, denver broncos put an end to new england's perfect season.
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in basketball, kobe bryant finally throws in the towel. we will the details on that with a poem as well. welcome to fbn:am, latest breaking news and what to expect on your day ahead. >> cheryl: well, breaking news this morning about 150 role leaders in paris for conference, shortly after arriving to france, president obama visiting baticlan, leaders are there to attend to summit and expect to discuss global efforts to combat isis. there's no formal plan for mr. obama and russian vladimir putin to meet, but the white house has not ruled out a meeting on the sidelines. meanwhile about protestors arrested in paris after clashing with riot police but a well known group says that those protestors are unaffiliated with the climb mate movement. meantime bill gates is set to
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launch a multibillion dollar initiative today to accelerate clean energy to fight climate change. >> nicole: after a mass point of view test in chicago on black friday, there could be more demonstrations in that city today. possibly targeting the popular shopping district on michigan avenue again. angry protestors erupted last week after the police released a video showing the death of a black teenager shot by a white police officer. >> to hear, you know, nobody at 17 should be killed 16 shots, that's excessive. >> nicole: mean while the city announcing expanding a program to provide police officers with body cameras, the offer who fatally shot mcdonald was not wearing a camera. >> cheryl: donald trump insisting he saw celebrations in new jersey following the 9/11 attacks. the republican presidential
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candidate on nbc's meet the press. >> i saw it at the time. i stick by it, hundreds of people have confirmed it. >> this didn't happen in nfnlg. there's plenty of reports. >> it did happen in new jersey. i have hundreds of people that agree with me. i saw it and so many people saw it, chuck, and so why would i take it back? i'm not going to take it back. >> cheryl: things getting heated with chuck todd. >> look, i just think east uninformed. he knows what he's saying, he's playing you guys like a fiddle by saying things. that's his strategy to dominate the news. >> cheryl: meanwhile trump canceling a press conference in which sampan said he would be endorsed by more than 100 black envan gel call pastors, they
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have no intention of supporting him. >> nicole: after china stock sanked on friday, let's take a closer look at the asian markets with tracy chang in beijing. good morning torques you tracy. >> good morning, ladies in new york, asian markets lower today. in the green up about three tenths in 1%. widely down after investigation and hong kong, hang sang failed to hold onto gains. sang seng ended down about 3 tenths of 1%. decision on whether to include the chinese into a special basket. move to go tokyo, japanese stocks to the downside, nikkei down about 7 tenths and 1% mostly on profit taking and to
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the korea, kospi down about 1.9%. tech companies lower than expected. back to you. >> nicole: all right, trasy chang, thank you so much. >> cheryl: let's get you caught up in global market action, europe right now, climate talks kicking off in paris. that's the markets are trading right now london, ftse cac is up. >> nicole: they have been down up and down throughout this morning. right now s&p down nearly 2. nasdaq up 2 and trying to hold up to some gain that is we have acquired for the month of november. >> cheryl: we don't mind those numbers on monday. we are watching cybermonday sales today, that's after online sales jumped over the black friday weekend as more people did their holiday shopping on mobile phones.
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4 hnt $5 billion on thursday and friday, wow, and tech crunch, black friday sales rising 14% from a year ago. this is setting stage for another busy day today. one smart shopping expert says consumers can take advantage of deals that started on thanksgiving. >> it is a grate time to shop because the deals are very deep but there are spread across those five days now instead of being centered just on cybermonday. >> cheryl: some shoppers saying that they look for bargains in the stores and online and they take the best from both, the deals kept going from thursday till today. >> nicole: nice, the wild weather over the weekend. before you head out the door, let's take a look at monday forecast with our fox meteorologist maria molina. >> maria: good morning, michelle and nicole, hello everybody at
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home. over the weekend we had to deal with a lot of icing across places like texas and also in oklahoma and this time around our next storm system is going to be targeting areas farther north, kansas, iowa and minnesota, 6-12-inches of snow and we have winter storm warnings, the other concern is icing where you have the wormer air overreturning the colder air at the surface and that's going to be happening across the plains. watch out for vairnlings conditions. the stuff is going to stick around not only throughout the day today but tomorrow. a very unsettled weather conditions as the storm continues to roll through. coming up in 20 minutes or so because heavy rain across the eastern u.s. cheryl and nicole. >> nicole: maria molina.
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♪ ♪ ♪ >> hello from the other side. i must have called a thousand times. ♪ ♪ ♪ >> to tell you i'm sorry for everything that i've done, when i call you, you never seem to be home. >> nicole: you heard that. that's adele's new album. smash record in the united states through its first week. 25 is the first album to sell more than 3 million copies in one week in history which has been tracking the first week purchases since 1991. the previous record by the boy
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band insync, no strings attached. 25 has also become the best selling album of this year. flying past the 1.8 million copies sold of taylor swift. apple music and forcing the listeners to buy it or digitaly or at the stores. >> cheryl: amazon has delivered the latest drone prototype. devices that will deliver packages in under 30 minutes. they will use sense-and-avoid technologies. this drones weighs about 55 pounds, can carry packages up to 5 pounds and will fly under 400 feet in the air. hope all of the testing will
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help the vehicles evolved over time. check out what is going on in amazon, be sure to stay at box business network. live reports from fulfillment centers. >> nicole: good luck. coming up donald trump stuck to guns and gets in a shouting match on meet the press. >> i saw it, so many people saw it, chuck. and so why would i take it back? i'm not going to take it back. >> nicole: we will have the latest from the campaign trail include -- including a surprise endorsement for chris christie. sounds dangerous. looking at u.s. stock futures. dow futures gone back and forth, just unchanged. s&p down 1. nasdaq up 3 and a half. you are watching fbn:am, your first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪ ♪ ♪
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>> nicole: breaking news this morning, as world leaders gather in paris pro tests there turn violent. we will have the latest on the situation. good morning, i'm nicole petallides. >> cheryl: good morning, i'm cheryl casone. that cities bracing for another day of possible protests over the fatal shooting of a black teenager by a police officer. >> nicole: s&p down just over 1. nasdaq futures to the upside by 3 and it's been a winning month of november. >> cheryl: deadly storms ripped through the southern plain states, at least 14 people dead from flooding and ice storms. >> nicole: more people are shopping online than in stores according to latest data.
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big expectations for cybermonday. >> cheryl: in sports, denver broncos put an end to new england's perfect season. kobe bryant finally throws the towel. welcome to fbn:am, latest breaking news and what to expect in the day ahead. >> nicole: 150 world leaders gathering in paris for un climate conference shortly after arriving in the french capital president obama visiting the baticlan to honor victims of the paris attacks. now, there's no formal plan for president obama and russian vladimir putin to meet but the white house has not ruled a meeting on the sidelines. those protestors are unaffiliated with the climate
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movement. meantime, microsoft cofounder bill gates is set to launch a multimillion dollar initiate toif accelerate clean energy to fight climate change. >> cheryl: after a massive protest in chicago on friday, possibly targeting shopping district on the michigan avenue again. angry protests erupted last week after police released video showing death of a black teen by a white police officer. >> the city in uproar right now. to hear, you know, nobody at 17 year's old should be killed with 16 shots, that's excessive. >> cheryl: city announcing expanding a program to provide police officers with body cameras, the officer who fatally shot mcdonald wasn't wearing a
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camera. >> nicole: dumping heavy rain, at least 14 people dead. six in kansas and eight in texas. >> panicked and basically wanting him to come get her. she was about five minutes from home. by the time he got there, the car was gone. >> nicole: deadly storm has been pounding part of the plains and the midwest since thursday. the weather system is moving east ward right now. >> cheryl: republican presidential candidate chris christie won a key endorsement yesterday from new jersey's paper, union leader, endorsement puts christy in a position to win the new hampshire primary. he only considered candidates with experience as a governor. >> we were really looking at the
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governors. i think after the experience in the past eight years, freshmen senators without a lot of experience are not good. >> you punish cruz and rubio as having the resume of barack obama? >> yes, punishment is a harsh word. disparaged, things of that nature. >> cheryl: good word. jeb bush doesn't look like he wants and that the public actually senses that. >> nicole: we will watch for that. let's get caught up in the global market. that closed up 1 quarter of 1%. nikkei and hang seng to the downside. kospi the worst of the bunch. >> cheryl: in europe it is midday at lunchtime. cac up 15 and dax up 69. >> nicole: only four stocks. we are looking at u.s. stock
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futures right now. mixed bag. s&p down by one. >> cheryl: the couple she mentioned are going to be participating in cybermonday sales today. that is after online sales jumped over the black friday weekend as more people did their holiday shopping on their mobile phone, consumers spent an estimated 4 hnt $45 billion on thursday and friday according to adobe systems and crunch. setting the stage for another busy day today. consumers can take advantage for deals that started back on thanksgiving. >> it is a great time to shop because the deals are deep but they are spread across five daysed in of being centered on just cybermonday.
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>> nicole: smart shopper, i guess. big day for the box office. >> this is the end. >> we've got one shot. >> let's make it count. >> nicole: final installment of hunger games came out on top but facing stiff competition from the good dinosaur and creed, whether he have all the numbers. plus in sports. >> finally,i just had to accept the fact that i don't want to do this anymore. [laughter] >> and i'm okay with that. >> nicole: an end of an era as kobe bryant announces his retirement. in football, new england patriots fall to the denver broncos. dow futures right now unchanged. s&p down 1. you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪
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>> tonight turn your weapons cot -- capital, turn your weapons to snow. >> nicole: trio a wide releases not enough to take hunger games. ranking in $51.6 million. pixar's led to 39.1 million, but
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one of the biggest successes was creed t rocky follow-up expectation. james bond bringing in 12.8 million and charley brown another 9.7 million over the three-day weekend. >> cheryl: let's take a look at the world of sports. they lost in overtime to the denver broncos in is sunday night game. 30-24. cj anderson scored in overtime. patriot had tied with a field goal. patriots are 10-1 on the season. carolina panthers, nfl's only remaining unbeaten team. kobe bryant announced yesterday that he will retire from professional basketball after the end of this season. this is the 20th season in the
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nba, 37-year-old made announcement in short poem. my heart can take the pounding, my mind can handle the grind but my mind knows it's time to set good-bye. new york jets saved the reason. 277 yards and season high of four touchdown passes, victory over miami dolphins. must win for the jets who began on verge of falling out of the afc wild card chase. now they're up nor the hunt. >> nicole: go new york! let's take a look right now how they are fairing. the dow right around the unchanged line, now it's down 4. s&p down one and a half and nasdaq up 3. >> cheryl: wild weather over the weekend, before you head out the door let's take a look at your
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monday forecast with fox meteorologist maria molina. >> maria: we are tracking another one across. this time we are going to be seeing heavy snows in upper midwest and portions of northern plains. 6-12-inches of snow in places like iowa, minnesota and also eastern parts of south dakota. the timing is for it to stick around throughout the day today and into tomorrow. we have winter storms in effect and advisories. another look at snow totals 6-12 across south dakota and even into ie ie. -- iowa. farther east, we are tracking storm, northern alabama and mississippi you have the risk as
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well for flash flooding 3-4-inches of rain are in the forecast. let's head over to you. >> nicole: maria molina, thank you. >> cheryl: coming down, we are going to run the market action before we hand it over to mornings with maria. stay with us
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>> nicole: all right, take a look. the ftse down one quart er of 1%. u.s. dollars surges to highs. hold onto that .75% gain for the month of november. s&p down one point. we are watching that as well as we are watching for janet yellen and, of course, jobs friday. we will turn it over to mornings with maria and good morning to you maria bartiromo. >> maria: good morning, i'm maria bartiromo. it's monday november 30th. with me fox business network sandra smith and michael. top stories at 6:00 a.m. in the east coast.
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shopping season in full swing. most americans choosing clicks over bricks. wepresident obama meanwhile arriving in paris for the climate summit and paying respect for the victims of the terrorist attacks. climate change talks now underway, many are questioning if that's what leaders should be focusing on right now. u.s. embassy in afghanistan is warning, u.s. citizens there, it has received credible report of attack within the next 48 hours. no other details of the threat are known at this time. we will go live and find out the latest out of afghanistan this morning. futures look like this. we are looking at a flat opening for the broader averages.
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of course, we are coming off a big shopping weekend and we will be looking at retail and that may very well drive the action on the upside or downside. in europe the major averages await meeting this week. we are likely going to hear talk about more stimulus, right now we have the cac about a third of% and dax in germany three quarters of 1%. ftse down a quarter percent. change high -- shanghai composite with a slight gain. kospi all under selling pressure. subject to name reserve currency, putting putting in as dollar, euro, yen and british pound. this will raise the pressure on china's government to change how it manages currency. amazon releasing video, check it out

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