from being down for the count. david majure, "nightly business report," phoenix. >> susie: here's what we're watching for tomorrow: jason pride is our "market monitor" guest. he's director of investment strategy at glenmede. we'll also get an updated snapshot on consumer activity from last month's retail sales report, and consumer sentiment numbers from this month. also tomorrow, j.c. penney's quarterly results. regional airline american eagle may take off from its parent company amr. american eagle would become an independent company serving american airlines and other carriers, according to today's regulatory filing. if it's spun off, amr stockholders will hold all the shares of eagle common stock, and amr would retain all of eagle's debt. amr also said an outright sale of the regional carrier is possible but not likely. leaders in jefferson county, alabama, are working to avoid the largest municipal bankruptcy filing in u.s. history. tomorrow, county politicians would decide to move ahead with that filing or announce a settlement with its creditors, which include j.p. morgan chase.
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