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U.S. Morning Call: G7 emergency call on EU debt woes

Tuesday, June 05, 2012 - 02:36

June 5 - Finance chiefs from the G7 nations hold a call to discuss the euro zone woes, with focus on Spain's debt problems.

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US markets looked opened lower G-7 emergency call and yes. -- FaceBook windows here's your morning call it's Tuesday. US stock index futures down as G-7 finance chiefs hold politics average -- down NASDAQ and the SP look at red arrows there. Across the board and on flat to slightly higher with the yield on the ten year note above one point 9%. Finance chiefs from the G-7 nations holding call to discuss the eurozone woes with -- focus on Spain's debt problems. President Obama's administration concerned about the impact that troubles could have. His reelection. A source says Germany is pushing -- sector rescue from the European bailout fund. We've seen in resisting. Spain's finance chief saying earlier in the bond markets were closing to that because of high heels. Spanish ten year north of 6%. And other mixed day for stocks in Europe with Germany lower well France Spain -- higher. And Britain still closed for the queen's jubilee celebration. After Friday's weak jobs report and Monday's disappointing factory orders attention turns. The service sector behind -- non manufacturing index added 10 AM Thomson Reuters IFR markets looking for a slight gains and -- court. -- consensus -- -- and I are economists expect improvement in the business activity in new orders components of the report. But CD economy overall and treating -- a year of growth -- Well this looks troubled stock market debut has gotten all the attention lately it's business may need some help you. Of -- at this poll indicates four out of five users of social network have. Never body product or service as a result of advertising. For comments on the site. The online survey also finding 34% of respondents are spending less time on FaceBook and six months ago while only 20% for spending more. Shares hit another low yesterday 2644. -- closing a bit higher and the data -- in the premarket. And MF global facing billions of dollars in claims that trustee overseeing the wind down -- the parent company in the collapsed firms that claims against former affiliates. The top three billion dollars. -- -- making the comments in his first status report on the investigation. Earlier the trustee liquidating and that global broker dealer unit said he may bring some of claims against former chief executive John Corzine and other top and a level executives negligence. And regional duties to customers. That's -- -- Tuesday I'm Ken Rogers this is where Anderson.

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U.S. Morning Call: G7 emergency call on EU debt woes

Tuesday, June 05, 2012 - 02:36