– ‘Although the French vote was now not as a threat, $ 3,050 remains a major concern and is probably be a source of volatility through the week, ‘Stan Shamu of IG Markets said in Melbourne.. The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 65 points to 12,944 shortly after trading began. S S & P 500 by 7 1Markets were thrown into a tailspin Monday after the weekend elections in France and Greece led to a sharp change in the political landscape with the focus from austerity. In France, President Nicolas Sarkozy was out of office by the voters, as opposed to his belt thrown close range and by Socialist Francois Hollande, who wants to grow a central pillar of the European debt crisis resolution has become.
Obesity costs the U.S. As much as $ 147,000 annually in health care. Not only that, but the Americans are getting fatter.. In currencies, the euro fell to $ 1.3001 from 1, $ 3,050 late Monday in New York, the dollar fell to 79.82 yen from 79 yen.Pamela Sampson in Bangkok contributed to the article.Copyright 2015 the Associated Press All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.Current Market Maker NewsFertilizer Mosaic Cuts GuidanceCisco Sails past estimates24/7 Wall St. Closing Bell? November 2015: Markets Bounce Higher, Lower Close AMD evaluating strategic alternativesFed Vice Chair Yellen Telegraphs inflation / employment targets and long-term communicationTagged: Alexis Tsipras, Bangkok, the coalition radical Left, Finance, Francois Hollande, French elections FrenchElections, FTSE 100 Index, Greek elections GreekElections, Melbourne,Lap-Band broad FDA approval for Weight Loss Implantyou information on stocks mentioned in this article are:AGN ARNA VVUS Manage Your PortfolioAllergan , the maker of wrinkle smoother Botox and Eyelash Grower Lattise now wants to help you lose more overweight people, weight.The company already sells a gastric band – down a permanent implant around the upper part of the stomach to reduce the amount of food that that can be ingested – to to the U.S. Continue reading