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Morning Briefing: Europe weighs on U.S. stocks; Occupy ports

Monday, December 12, 2011 - 03:15

Dec. 12 - Wall Street stocks are set to fall on lingering concerns over a deal on economic integration in Europe, and Occupy Wall Street looks to block West Coast ports.

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Optimism over Friday European debt deal evaporates. Violence increases in Syria. And he's heard Michael Jackson Hart Chris Pringle will explain. Stocks down behind yelled out across Europe right now let's go to starts Atlantic in London for an update -- a busy weekend and taken up the week busiest well bring -- -- -- the. Plus today AS as saying you have suddenly coming under pressure right now it seems -- -- -- investors unconvinced that the EU. Has done enough to provide immediate relief to the resents that -- is -- -- -- Google's senior leaders agreed to -- cease to -- Budget rules that many -- long in today why that's not a committee source house strategy for long term economic growth and it's good news. It numbers and seat on the German -- and others are folding his evidence stacks found 2.3 percent agenda packed girls in Paris on -- -- percent to one point 81%. Can -- London doesn't see 100 also down nearly a while this and meanwhile the have ratings agency S&P is -- Even more pressure on the U -- and that's -- chief economist at the time was running out of the currency blogs -- resolve that step problems of wolves it might need another. Financial shot to get a meeting social season last week's EU summit agreement. Was a significant step forward but not enough. -- -- fee usually takes around three months to act Austro warning but how does that. That in this case. It may do so bull quickly and in another sign agenda these summit has filed -- reassure investors -- one -- -- -- -- -- -- -- a -- -- I don't know ocean did today at five point 952%. -- heels was not father led the era lifetime record high of six point 087%. -- in the south among the guys. It's an eight faces an even more challenging test -- Wednesday when his -- is -- up to three billion euros of its fight to get that ball both ways today so we yields climb -- -- 7% which is why negate. As unsustainable. Knuckle pad that's. With the dots and goblins which is just hang -- and negative -- To sell one point one billion euros of bills is investors remain. I'm happy it seems enough to all the call quality cool you is that debt. I did the same time and avoid bank -- doesn't have time here in London now back CNN New York. That -- is an ever since last too long have their tax plans and London thanks so much. More clashes between Syrian security forces and protesters in the city up to Iran. This video obtained them. Social media website appears to show security forces backed up by -- bulldozer on the firing tear gas. Residents and activists that he came as hundreds of army defectors in southern Syria -- loyalist forces backed by tanks on Sunday and one of the biggest armed confrontations and nine month uprising against president. But Charlotte side -- can't independently verify this. Tens of thousands of Russians took to the streets this weekend protesting against this month's parliamentary election which they say was tainted with fraud. Anger over the election would not want.

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Morning Briefing: Europe weighs on U.S. stocks; Occupy ports

Monday, December 12, 2011 - 03:15