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It was all economy and 111.
You don't get fat to tell -- it's still weak unemployment stubbornly high and housing market can't seem to bill.
Plus now we have to worry not only about our own rising reading but -- -- -- overseas in Europe.
So -- behind the headlines in twenty laps.
Occupy Wall Street demonstrations.
Protests against social inequality taking hold first in New York City.
Then in about 900 cities across the globe.
Unemployment rate did drop slightly to eight point 6% but it was -- 9% for several months and millions remain unemployed.
For the first time in history a credit rating agency downgraded the US credit rating from -- Blaming the political -- year at a high deficit.
But you with the consumers about the Bank of America and -- its planned a five dollar monthly.
Hard eat after a major backlash from customers yeah let's admitting it dropped the ball to him.
That's after 800000.
Drop there membership after a price increase.
Shoppers about their cash and credit cards out after Turkey day -- with a record Black Friday spending.
The first -- that started not on Friday but on Thanksgiving.
In the tech world.
Apple's suffering a huge loss with the deficit co-founder Steve Jobs the company still seeing strong sales of I phone and -- cat.
Amazon eating -- the tablet wars with its Kindle fire and Barnes & Noble with it's not.
In big bankruptcy news borders bookstore went belly out American Airlines to.
Jersey governor and senator Jon Corzine filed for Chapter Eleven after they had disastrous.
Bet -- -- at the -- decades.
And that's just keeping an eye on the debt fancy European Union says all but one of its member countries are open to a new deal.
Tighten controls on spending.
Hold that it's.
Europe's debt crisis is far from over as markets still await a solid solution to the problem.
Looking to 2012.
Moody's Investors Service says it's not convinced and is reconsidering the credit rating of all European nations.
That -- we entered the election year.
When the economy will surely take center stage.
In New York Brenda Buttner Fox News.
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