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Gapping Up and Down This Morning

Gapping up 

SANM +11.4%, BIDU +6.4%, JAX +5.1%, SOHU +2.3%, SINA +2.3%, ZION +1.2%,

GT +2.2%, PCS +1.0%,  EGO +2.6%, SRPT +98.8% , DANG +3.9%, SOHU +2.3%,  RENN +0.5%,

R +8%,  UA +3.8%, RF +3%, NXPI +2.8%, DPZ +1.6%, SAP +1.3%, ZION +1.2%,

Gapping down 

DV -22.4%, ELN -16.4%, VLTR -12.8%, ZGNX -12.7%, APOL -7.4%, ESI -5.8%,

STRA -5.1%, CMLP -3.9%, NOK -3.8%, BBVA -3.7%, VMW -3.7%, SAN -2.9%,

CE -2%, COCO -1.6%, TOT -1.4%, AMTG -1.3%, DB -1.3%,  ELN -16.4%,

ZGNX -12.7%,  LLY -3%,  AMTG -1.3% , PFE -0.8%, CECO-4.1%,

PT -4.3%, TEF -3.0%, ALU -2.7%, VOD -1.5%,

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Yields Continue to Climb for Spain and Now Germany After Moody’s Downgrade

Germany’s bunds sank, pushing up yields from near all-time lows, after Moody’s Investors Service cut the outlook on the nation’s top rating citing concern it will have to support weaker euro-region members.

Spain’s five- and 10-year bond yields climbed to euro-era records as the nation’s borrowing costs rose at an auction of 3.05 billion euros ($3.69 billion) of bills. Italy’s 10-year bonds fell for a third day after a report showed services and manufacturing in the euro region shrank in July. Government debt from the Netherlands fell as its outlook was also lowered by Moody’s, along with Luxembourg.”

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8,753,935: Workers on Disability Set Another Record in July; Exceed Population of 39 States

CNSNews.com) – The number of workers taking federal disability insurance payments hit yet another record in July, increasing to 8,753,935 during the month from the previous record of 8,733,461 set in June, according to newly released data from the Social Security Administration.

The 8,753,935 workers who took federal disability insurance payments in July exceeded the population of 39 of the 50 states. Only 11 states—California, Texas, New York, Florida, Illinois, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Michigan, Georgia, North Carolina and New Jersey—had more people in them than the number of workers on the federal disability insurance rolls in July.

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