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Morning Briefing: Egypt turmoil instensifies; Obama regroups

Tuesday, November 22, 2011 - 03:51

Nov. 22 - Egyptians battle police again, expressing their frustration with military rule, and President Obama travels to the first primary state of New Hampshire.

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Straight ahead dozens killed more than 1000 wounded as violence continues in Egypt. Republican presidential candidates prepared address Egypt in their latest debate and the Christmas trees that really one big ornaments. You won't believe how much it's worth. Here's your morning briefing this Tuesday egyptians are battling police again expressed her frustration with military rule. And. 36 people died so far more than 12150 have been wounded and classes. General scrambled cope with a capital proper resignation. Amnesty International -- a ruling council brutality sometimes exceeding that of former president Haas car. These -- -- is one topic of conversation during a face off among Republican presidential candidates this evening. The debate focused on national security foreign policy takes place in Washington. It's the first internationally being matchup for the candidates. Becomes a slew of polls have put former house speaker Newt Gingrich in first place. This includes a quinnipiac poll out today that hasn't four points ahead of Mitt Romney. President Obama meanwhile travels to the first primary state of New Hampshire today he'll push congress to preserve the payroll tax cut that's set to expire at the end of the year. His trip comes one day after the bipartisan super committee said it would not be able to reach a compromise on cutting the nation's debt. President Obama may have to answer questions about the nation's economic output after this second reported third quarter GDP showed. A growth rate of 2%. Well below the 2.5 percent expected which is reported in the first reading. We've got stocks opened lower following the gloomier economic news the Dow down a quarter of percent as well as the S&P 500. Stocks were higher in Europe across the board but -- lost some ground let's go to -- drop on London for an -- -- Yeah that's right except fret about pretty mixed session today we are for the stopping hit the ground with a -- I'm off to Spain was forced to -- the highest rate high in fourteen years on the sale of government debt clearly that landslide victory after the conservative people's party is done next to nothing to ease market fresh from Spain. Remember distortion was seen as the first test. But whether the prime minister elect our hallway. Could reassure the markets. Executive pay is back in the headlines in the UK and independent commission has come out with its proposals. On overhauling pay the bracing message it needs to be radically simplify it and companies need to set up internal committees and what -- told. Corrosive runaway awards the inquiry by the -- from the pay for some talk executive roles. Has risen more than forty fold in the past thirty years while average wages are up just three times. And Tampa Middleton is stresses back in the news for whatever reason we all remember -- systems from the royal wedding. Well the only available questioned by the actual design that can now be yours for just over 3000 dollars. Are on so many corners I could make right now -- wanna be a different bullets and tomorrow so I'm gonna hand it back. I would ask any questions at this point just a lot of guys are also an accident. That's excellent excellent. And finally Santa's -- must've spent a long time on this one it's a golden Christmas tree native 26 pounds of pure gold. Tokyo's -- up kind of a jewelry store unveiled a sparkling piece Tuesday and based on gold's current price by weight. The trees worth about 700000 dollars. But the marketing manager for the sources based on the work involved he put the price tag about two million dollars the store has no plans to sell the tree. Two decades two lost decades and two million dollar tree of well that's your morning briefing this Tuesday I'm Fred Katayama and this is what it.

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Morning Briefing: Egypt turmoil instensifies; Obama regroups

Tuesday, November 22, 2011 - 03:51