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lauren: breaking news this morning. six days left for for the historic vote of the next president of the made it to america. hillary clinton gets past the scandal while donald trump calls early voters to change their vote for him. the latest as this rate tightens. good morning i'm lauren simonetti appeared nicole: good morning. i am nicole petallides. the dow sinking 105 points yesterday as investors await the outcome of today's meeting on interest rates. the change is not expect it. hints of a december rate hike. let's check in on u.s. stock
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market futures after a selloff yesterday. s&p futures on six. lauren: asian markets not to have hard data typing u.s. presidential race. in japan the nikkei falling 1.7%. in china shanghai composite down two thirds of 1%. nicole: oil prices retreat on oversupply concern. check it out. 46 cylinder barrel down 58 cents. lauren: the deadly explosion a pipeline that delivers a third of the gas used in the northeast is pushing gas prices higher. nicole: a big day of the earnings news. facebook reported after the bell stocks like 21st century fox and time warner also reporting today. lauren: the world series game seven is on. the chicago cubs crushed the cleveland indians forcing a final game tonight. we will have the highlights.
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nicole: one more night to stretch it out. five of 1:00 a.m. in new york.o. we welcome you to "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. lauren: six days left until election day. the battle intensifies. donald trump urging early voting. clinton supporters to switch their vote. >> wisconsin is one of several states where you can change your early ballot if you think you've made a mistake. a lot of stuff has come out since you both. if you live here or michigan or pennsylvania or minnesota you can change your vote to donald trump will make america great again. lauren: 24 million voters cast their votes early in this adds google searches for change early voter also searching.
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google google search for voting hit an all-time high. hillary clinton raging against a protester after he shouted bill clinton is a. >> i'm sick and tired of the negative staff and behavior of people who support donald trump. it is time for us to say now, we are not going backwards. we are going forward. >> this is recent. more now from washington. >> to real clear politics has clinton up over donald trump. that is part of a larger theme we've seen over the last week 10 days or so, that number appears to be tightening. the "washington post" showed
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trumped up one point national lead over clinton 46-45. a look inside the god of my show why. 53% of supporters say of supporters said they are very enthusiastic about their candidate for clinton supporters say the same. since the fbi news on friday, clinton's number has dropped by eight points. while loosing a tightening artist and sherry shows expanding his lead to 14 points. 52-38-foot by five points in that very same poll only a couple weeks ago. back to you in new york. lauren: today hillary clinton campaigning in nevada and arizona. >> just days any e-mail possibly possibly related to hillary clinton peer-to-peer releasing
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information about a controversial pardon bill clinton made almost 16 years ago. a former hedge fund manager on tax evasion, wire fraud and racketeering. questioning the fbi's decision to make these files public so close to the election. the agency says the documents were part of a routine release of information requested multiple times under the freedom of information act. lauren: cnn: for surrogates to be removed by space contributors for networks on the kelley filed last night. >> i don't think it's surprising when you've got a partisan surrogates in your midst is a paid contributor. >> that's cheating when she did. >> for surrogates that is
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employed. lauren: even asked show and trim dnc chair donna brazil while she was a contributor to the clinton campaign that would be primary town hall back in march. the clinton campaign chairman john podesta. documents show the clinton campaign tried to handle the scandal over her use of a private e-mail server. peter burns has the details from washington. reporter: new e-mails offered up some interesting comments on hillary clinton's use of private e-mail on march 2nd and 3rd last year john podesta and cheryl mills were e-mailing each other on another matter. we have to dump e-mails. didn't you just got your new nickname.
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on the substance, what does that mean? the campaign official told fox news two days before "the new york times" broke a story about clinton's use of private e-mail, her team is discussing releasing all of them and dumping refers to that, not in not too destroying them. it is a bit curious because the next day they subpoenaed the times story. back to you in new york. lauren: iraqi troops enter muscle for the first time in two years taking the special forces with islamic state militants u.s. military puts the number of fighters 2500 mark. i believe to be on the outskirts. there's no question about that. if they run there will be
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recaptured or killed. reporter: expected to take weeks if not months and will likely involve house to house fighting. nicole: there are concerns about gas shortages and price hikes after pipeline explosion and fire in alabama shut down shipments to millions of costs the south. shelby county killed one person and injured several others. the colonial pipeline section accident involving the same pipeline in just two months. >> this is a tragic accident. excavating over the top of the pipeline. this contractor has done this many times before. what happened, how it happened, whether there, whether they're a step stubbornness. >> the pipeline carried more than 100 million gallons of fuel from houston to new jersey. colonial pipeline hopes to
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restart this much is this weekend. nicole: gas prices bubbling up your kicked are caught up on global market action overnight. a global selloff on the possibility of donald trump as president at the polls in the u.s. certainly tightened. in japan the nikkei fell one and three quarters%. in china two thirds of 1%. kospi and south korea down 1.5% today. nicole: all down arrows. london ftse down 1.5%. cac done within 1.5% and the german dax down to quarters of 1%. we see the fear index up six days in a row. >> the broader market is down and make a seven because 18,000 now in jeopardy for the blue chips.
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dow futures down 48 points have not closed since july 7th. s&p futures down five points. nasdaq futures down for the seventh day about 10 points today. >> we look at oil which has been to the downside 54 cents a 463rd team down three days and were losing 66% over those three days. 1298 approaching 1300 or troy ounce. lauren: facebook will report it latest earnings and analysts are looking for blog results. revenue for the social media giant expected to jump by than 50% from a year ago for the fourth straight quarter. that's also look for rapid growth in the mobile ad revenue at its user base. wall street forecasting a profit of 97 cents a share on revenue of $6.9 billion. shares of facebook up this year
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about 24%. looking a little bit weaker right now in the premarket. to close to $129.50. nicole: today's edition of "the wall street journal." accepting video from the usage cap stone is your thinking is rambling competitors. it could also be a major issue for regulators saying the proposed purchase of time warner. valium pharmaceuticals has been advanced have to sell a business to japan cicada and could be a $10 million deal. the move could ease pressure to reduce debt. and scrambled rollout a new feature next week that will allow you to buy what they see in the photo without ever having to the cfo now. mr. grams partners in the united states include kate spade, macy's and target. good shopping. lauren: that's so helpful. i see things i like mr. graham
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and trained by them. coming up the national debt continues to swell. about a $20 trillion because neither presidential candidate have a plan to stop the bleeding. >> a problem where both parties are unwilling to acknowledge the problem or take serious steps necessary to deal with the problem. >> put away the pumpkins. black friday retail deals are here already. a little secret about what all of these deals will look awfully familiar. last year, the year before. we will tell you. you are watching "fbn:am." come on back. ♪
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nicole: good morning. 5:15 a.m. the race for the white house is tightening. real clear politics average of presidential polls shows hillary clinton with the lead of two percentage points over donald trump. today donald trump will be in the battleground state of florida while hillary clinton's campaign in nevada in arizona. higher gasoline prices underway for many people on the east coast. gasoline futures shot up as much as 15% on tuesday after the death accident in the colonial pipeline in alabama. colonial shut down after the incident sunday afternoon. expectations rising for other
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earnings by face the period facebook has delivered sales growth of more than 50% year-over-year for three straight quarters. analysts say the street could continue thanks to growing video on sales. we've seen stocks under pressure. they continue to do so to the downside. got down 50 can s&p futures on five, nasdaq futures down time. lauren, that's happening now. lauren: it's about a $20 trillion. has a plan to cut it. shannon bream has details. >> both hillary clinton and donald trump have to do about it in his announcement speech is one of his top goal should he become president. >> $18 trillion in debt.
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we are in a bubble. be careful if a bubble because what you've seen in the past might be small potatoes compared to what happens. so be very, very careful. >> for clinton and for clinton as part of her final argument about why she's the right one to tackle the nearly $20 trillion peace. >> i pay for everything am proposing. i do not add a penny to the national debt. i take that very seriously because i do think it's one of the issues we've got to come to grips with. >> neither has been very specific about reducing up the deficit is the difference between what the government takes them and what it spends. we've always been in the red nearly $150 billion. julie deficit climbed to $413 billion began to taper off to bed.
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in 2008 to $459 billion in 20,922,012 we had deficits well over a trillion dollars every single year. by 2015, the number had slowed gibson and the neocon administration touts but still if the federal government $438 billion in the hole for that care. repeated deficits combined to push the overall national debt to more than $1,920,000,000,000,000. that equates to taxpayer $167,000. it's gone since 2001 and shows no signs of slowing down. while it is a very real the consequences does seem to be. >> for the base each year are refinanced with imaginary money but the federal reserve. we are all sitting in a gigantic
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disneyland of fake money. >> hard to get presidential candidates to get out the plans with federal spending when no one is feeling the effects of the dead. >> the $20 trillion in debt is just the tip of the iceberg. if we factor in the debt obligations into the future the figures closer to 100. lauren nicole, back to you. nicole: thanks, shannon. the chicago cubs and the cleveland indians. we'll tell you what the final pitching matchup looks like and then take a listen to this has been uptown funk. ♪
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the cats are foreign now for the first time in 16 years. that's curry scored 28 points with the trail blazers 127-104. >> amazon and dell computers posted the first of their holiday deals yesterday. 24 days before thanksgiving. analysts say a 50% of retail sales will occur this month. but there's little secret everywhere. they find that black friday a major chain the maverick ties many items and prices that don't vary much year to year. nicole: we will be right back. yeah, with liberty mutual all i
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nicole: six days left before historic vote for hillary clinton trying to get past the fbi e-mail scandal. donald trump calls the early vote for him. delays in the campaign trail. good morning. i am nicole petallides. nicole: good morning. i'm lauren simonetti. the dow sinking 105 points yesterday as they await the outcome today on the fed meeting on interest rates. look for hints of a december raid type are thus checking on futures ahead of the opening bell. dow futures down 58. s&p futures down six. nicole: 1.7% in the china pressure is felt on half of 1%. nicole: oil prices down on oversupply concerns. boiled down three straight days. $45.93 a barrel.
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>> a deadly explosion delivers one third of the gas used in the northeast pushing up gasoline prices. nicole: a big day of earnings news. expectations are high. twenty-first century fox and time warner also reporting today. nicole: game seven is on. early search crush the cleveland indians. all the highlights. welcome to "fbn:am" come your first look at come your first circuit was living in today's markets in the latest breaking news. six days to go until the election day. switch your vote. >> you can change your early ballot if you think you've made a mistake. a lot of stuff has come out since you vote. so if you live here in
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pennsylvania or minnesota. you can change your vote to donald trump will make america great again. nicole: google searches for change early vote now search. google searches for early voting also a mover and hitting an all-time high. meanwhile, hillary quit rages against a protester after he shouted bill clinton is a rapist. >> i am sick and tired of the negative dark divisive behavior of donald chung. it is time for us to say now, we are not going backwards. we are going forward. nicole: recent posts find the race is tightening. but berman has more from
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washington. >> were clear politics of silicon to knock a couple points nationally over donald trump. as part of a larger theme over the last week, 10 days, the number appears to be tightening. from the "washington post" daily tracking poll shows trumped up one point nationally over creighton 46-45. the data may show why. 50% of likely trump supporters say they are. tuesday i think about their candidate while only 43% of likely clinton supporters say the same thing. since the fbi news on friday, put number has dropped by eight points. while we have largely seen a tightening in this race out of missouri shows trumped expanding his lead there to 14 points. 52-38. trump led by five points in the very same poll over a couple weeks ago. back to you in new york.
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clinton is campaigning in nevada while holds rallies in order. >> the president cnn calling for surrogates to be removed from their positions as paid contributors. >> i don't think it's surprising when you've got a partisan surrogates as a paid contributor. at the end of the day i hope this can be the death knell for the surrogates that all the news networks employed. nicole: this comes after e-mail show donna brazil while she was a cnn contributor gives a quick campaign questions would be asked during a primary town hall back in march. nicole: wikileaks of the clinton campaign chairman john podesta. documents show how the campaign tried to handle the scandal over
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her use of a private e-mail server. peter barnes has the details from washington. reporter: new wikileaks e-mails offered up interesting private e-mail on march 2nd and 3rd, john podesta and quit nature of those were e-mailing each other and wrote on another matter and not to sound like lanny, we are going to have to dump all those e-mails. better to do so sooner than later. did you just got your new nickname. talking about campaign surrogate lanny davis. on the substance, what does dump aim. campaign officials told fox news that two days before "the new york times" broke the story about the private e-mail, her team is discussing releasing all of them and so dumping refers to that not to do strain on but it is a bit curious because the
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next day after learning about use of private e-mail from that time story. back to you in new york. nicole: thanks, peter barnes. lauren: gas shortages once again and a pipeline explosion and fire in alabama with millions of people across the south. shelby county, alabama killed one person and injured several others. this is colonial pipeline second accident involving the same pipeline in just six months. >> this is a tragic accident. we've had a contract reviews for many years at the top of the pipeline. this contractor has done this many times before. exactly what happened, how it happens, whether these are things we are investigating. nicole: the pipeline carries
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seal from texas to the state of new jersey and hopes to restart the pipeline as early as this weekend. in the main time the national average up a penny overnight. nicole: breaking news, to hire police officers have been shot and killed in an apparent ambush in iowa. a manhunt underway for the shooters. officers responded to a report of shots fired at 1:06 a.m. the officer who had been shot. we will bring you the updates as this develops. lauren: in the meantime, global market action overnight. in asia, this is a market that was selling off on concerns that donald chung could be the next president of the united states. the cost in south korea giving 1.5 and the shanghai composite down two thirds of 1%. stocks are under professor hill. the london foot deep down -- the
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london ftse down half of 1%. taking stocks down 58 in the premarket. the nasdaq down 13 points. nicole: oil and gold, right now oil down 71 cents a 4590. continues to do so. the earnings after the closing bell looking for blog results. revenue for the social media giant expected to jump than 50% from a year ago for the fourth straight quarter. looking down at 12865. looking lower. also the rapid growth in facebook's mobile ad revenue and user base. the street is forecasting a profit of 97 cents a share on revenue of $6.99.
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shares of face up to 24% so far this year. lauren: investors. they posted the results from $1.37 a share. revenue $6.98 billion. shares at 36%. twenty-first century fox will also report its latest numbers after the close today. earnings per share expected to rise from a year ago to 44 cents on revenue of $6.5 billion. shares are down about 3.6%. you're part of the same company until mid-2013. nicole: the federal reserve expected to end its two-day meeting by leaving interest rates unchanged. the fed is unlikely to do anything that may seem political
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ahead of the election. it's possible the central bank will signal i will signal a rate hike in mid-december. markets are increasingly betting on a december move especially after last week stronger-than-expected reading. pull back a little bit this morning. fox business will have live coverage and analysis of the announcement that all starts right here at 2:00 p.m. eastern time on fox business. train through the software giant says the five the windows also attacked the democratic national committee. the hiking group is linked to the russian government. the flawless first attempted by google researchers. microsoft is now testing a new patch will be released on tuesday the eighth of november. russian government offices and state-controlled companies have reportedly started replacing microsoft products with russian products.
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trade to today's edition of "the wall street journal" "wall street journal." exempting the streaming video services for data usage cap .biz zero rating. it could also be a major issue for regulators when the proposed purchase of time warner. valiant pharmaceuticals is in advanced talks to sell a big stomach of business to japan pharmaceutical that could be a $10 billion deal. the move could ease pressure. and mr. graham about their feature next week to value what they see in the photo. mr. graham's partners in the united states include kate spade, macy's and target. lauren: the national debt continues to sell about $20 trillion. it's either candidate have a plan to stop the bleeding? >> this is a problem where both parties are either unwilling to acknowledge the problem or take the steps necessary to deal with the problem. lauren: will have the story. put away those pumpkins.
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lauren: laughter you caught up on what's happening right now. the race for the white house is tightening. the real clear politics of presidential polls show so equipped with a lead of just two percentage point. today trump will be in the battleground state of florida while clinton campaigns in nevada and arizona. higher gas prices coming among the east coast. gasoline futures shot up as much as 15% yesterday. after the deadly accident on the colonial pipeline. and diesel pipelines after the incident happened on monday. expectations rising for another
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blowout. facebook has delivered sales growth of more than 50% year-over-year for three quarters in a row. analysts say the street should continue thanks to growing video ads fails. let's check in ahead of the opening bell. dow futures down 50 points. s&p futures down five. nasdaq down time. nicole: barend, thanks for the national debt continues to grow about to hit $20 trillion. does either candidate have a plan to cut it. shannon bream has the details. >> i don't think either candidate gives much of a about the debt. >> illiquid donald trump had talked about it. by the gestapo top foe should he become president. >> believe me, we are in a bubble. we have artificially low interest rates be careful of a bubble because what you've seen in the past might be small
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potatoes compared to what happened. be very careful. and to tackle the $20 trillion peace. >> i paid for everything am proposing. i do not add a penny to the national debt. i take that very seriously because they do think it's one of the issues we've got to come to grips with. reporter: and there has been specific about reducing it to the federal deficit is the difference between what the government takes in and what his fans. since 2002, we've been in the event started with a shortfall of nearly $158 billion. by 2000 for the deficit had climbed to $413 began to taper off a bit. the number jumped to 2008 to 459 billion from 2009-2012 we had deficits well over a trillion dollars every single
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year. by 2015, the number has slowed, something the obama administration touts that still left the federal government $438 billion in the hole for that year. repeated deficits have combined to push back to more than $19.8 trillion. that equates to a burden on other taxpayers nearly $167,000. it's going to whopping 240% since 2001 and shows no signs of slowing down. while the problem is a very real one, the consequences don't seem to be at least not yet. >> their refinance with imaginary money created by the federal reserve. it is not real money. we allow living in a jake and take disneyland of money. reporter: it's hard to get
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candidates developing concrete plans that involve curtailing federal spending to know most no one is feeling the effects of the data. >> one expert said the $20 trillion in debt is just the tip of the iceberg. if we factored in debt obligation made into the future the figures actually closer to 100 trillion. were identical, back to you. nicole: shannon bream, thank you. the world series game seven is on. the chicago cubs crush the cleveland indian force in the final game tonight on fox. we will have highlights and tell you what the final matchup looks like. and then you'll take a listen to this. i want you to think of townsfolk. here you go. we will tell you about a lawsuit against bruno marrs and mark ronson over uptown funk. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news.
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nicole: bruno marrs said mark ronson's monster hit uptown funk is under fire from being a ripoff of the 1980s sound. they filed a lawsuit for
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allegedly copying parts of their 1983 song that was called young girls. they claim a uptown funk is a dead on copying rhythm, harmony, melody and structure. take a listen for yourself. first uptown funk followed by young girls. ♪ uptown funk is bruno marrs figgis on today sold more than 6.1 million copies. the second longest number one hit single in billboard history and makes the label of all reported $100,000 a week. history may not spot a five-foot unspecified damages and profits on this one.
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let's take a look at the latest in sports after all that talk it comes down to game seven with their backs against the wall the chicago cubs smash the cleveland indians. mattis and russell had a grand plan and world series record with six rbis. the cubs are trying to become the 17 to rally from a three to one deficit in the first to do it on the road since 1979. indians corey glover against cho hendrix. it wasn't a total loss for cleveland. the reigning nba champ and remained undefeated leading the houston rockets. tyree irving for 32 points and lebron james added 19 points and 13 rebounds. in 16 years. the golden state warriors clearly have rebounded from an opening night.
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says curry scored 20 points as the court portland trail blazers 107 trent named 104. black friday listed saturday under way. amazon posted the first of the holiday deals yesterday. a full 24 days before thanksgiving analysts say 50% of the retail sales will actually occur in november. there is little secret about those deals. they are the same every single year. "wall street journal" such as target, best buy, macy's advertised many items and prices they didn't very much year-over-year. lauren: apple is introducing a new am a just in time for the presidential election. many iphone users may find this useful to express your feelings about the election.
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it's not officially release just yet, but apple did make a beta version of its iowa software data available to developers. sometimes feel like that. maybe right now. nicole: coming up, we will hand it over to more names with maria. -- more names with maria or a sales event? the season of audi sales event is here. audi will cover your first month's lease payment on select models during the season of audi sales event.
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lauren: thank you so much for joining us on fbn:am. nicole: good morning to you, maria bartiromo. maria: thank you so much. we are on countdown mode this morning. good morning, everybody, i'm
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maria bartiromo. six days to go until election day. it is wednesday november 2nd, here your top stories 6:00 a.m. on the east coast. donald trump and hillary clinton going on the attack as they make their very final pitch to voters. >> john podesta, i tell you what, if he worked for me i would fire him so fast, he's such a nasty guy. like the apprentice, john, you're fired. >> if you know -- thinking about donald trump, first of all, stage an intervention. maria: trump is telling americans that they can change their votes after clinton shouting down a heckler. she lost it. a state in emergency in alabama after deadly pipeline exposures, now shortage of

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