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Morning Briefing: Occupy Wall Street heats up

Friday, November 18, 2011 - 05:38

Nov. 17 - Hundreds of Occupy Wall Street protesters are marching to the New York Stock Exchange today as police keep a close watch.

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Ahead at different kind of market debut at the New York Stock Exchange the energy secretary faces the heat regarding solar company Solyndra. MacWorld -- like any shadow. And you can't say college -- -- -- here's my reading this Wednesday several hundred Occupy Wall Street protesters had for the nation's financial at the center. They are staging a demonstration outside New York Stock Exchange organizers hope to attract tens of thousands through -- bet against economic inequality today. We are keeping a close eye on that and it locked up Apple's street near the exchange. The march comes two days after police -- protesters from their camp. In New York -- Activity it continuing in that -- that -- is trading -- under way there on the electronic networks around the world. Right now we're seeing stocks get a little bit of a boost following a decline in weekly jobless claims and continuing claims. Which indicates an improvement in the labor market. In Europe market declines after a round of underwhelming on optioned back -- Africa in Mondays at all. France is becoming more concerned forget that this be a heat there high. Actually there I can you hear me -- fantastic that he got and air and that's final -- with France yet -- on spin rate things to him. US energy secretary Steven -- getting ready for -- railing on Capitol Hill today Republicans want to know just why he -- -- department gave up 535. Million dollar loan guarantee to Solyndra the California solar panel company that went bankrupt in September. And is now being investigated by the FBI. And it prepared remarks you also when Novell when he cried when he visits at. And the agency's work in that I did not make any decision based on political -- A new judge with no apparent conflict of interests are -- dependency has been named. To preside over hearing for accused child molester and former assistant football coach Jerry sandusky. Judge Robert Scott steps into the fray after it emerged that the first judge on the case. Had donated. -- ahead different kind of market debut at the New York Stock Exchange. The energy secretary because the heat regarding solar companies the -- up. -- -- And you could say it that Colin beauty -- let's play. Here's your morning briefing for this Wednesday several hundred Occupy Wall Street protesters head of the nation's financial center they are staging a demonstration outside the New York Stock Exchange organizers hope to attract tens of thousands there and against economic inequality today. Police are keeping a close eye on them and blocked off several streets here in the exchange the march comes two days after we -- -- -- protesters from that -- In New York. We'll activity is continuing in by the NYSE is trading -- underway there and on the electronic networks around the world. Checking in on -- -- Nat -- human activity we're basically. Flat a few little news there we did get a decline in weekly jobless claims fell in continuing claims which indicates some improvement in the labor market. We'll see how that plays out today well in Europe more market declines after a round of underwhelming bond auctions let's go to -- apple in London. France act of becoming more of a concern again bring us up to speed there. Yeah Jack and another very difficult day for European markets -- explain and bronze in fact struggling. I would bond auctions this morning as you mentioned Madrid was forced to pay the highest borrowing costs since 1997. Had its sale of ten years. Paris fed little bets are paid a hefty price to ship and 87 billion euros of Paper of course what this means -- what what is your sons is the big boys. The logic eurozone economies are getting dragged him now as well and of course the market didn't like that the -- well. Equities fell all the -- saw -- down drag well once again. Have by the banks which by the way -- -- some studies point to -- so far this year. The U.

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Morning Briefing: Occupy Wall Street heats up

Friday, November 18, 2011 - 05:38