Mar. 1 - Gold prices are on the mend after suffering their biggest daily decline in three years, and the WSJ reports that checking account users at BofA may face a new set of fees.
Here's a -- call this Thursday gold on the man after Wednesday's big fall. We've got prices rising more than 1% after suffering their biggest daily decline in three years that chairman Ben Bernanke speaking markets after indicating that. -- wants another round of quantitative easing. Stocks fell as well though they have had a strong start to the year and futures -- so far this morning. Well at first you don't succeed try again Brian whining Hana Bank of America want customers to pay a new set that he is. The Wall Street Journal says this time the planets -- aren't any users of basic checking accounts to pay monthly charges unless they agree. To make online -- -- products or maintain certain balances. Last year that they try to its -- I doubt that he for debit card users but back down after causing a forum on customers and the general public. The Department of Justice is looking into criminal violations at Chesapeake Energy. An actual gas company says investigation deals with possible breaches of the Clean Water Act at three. Twelve sites in West Virginia. Chesapeake says it has already responded to a subpoena requests for documents related to other sites that are already subject -- Compliant orders from the Environmental Protection Agency is also cooperating with this. The latest probe. Well played economic reports out today should provide more clues about the financial health of the US and that includes weekly jobless claims. Thomson Reuters IFR markets looking for a decline to 347000. While the consensus predicts. And you change the IR point that the federal holiday on the twentieth the president a could have limited the number of new claims. That report at 830 along with personal income and spending BI SM report on manufacturing out of ten along with instructions. And several retailers reporting monthly comparable store sales today so far wet seal out with a smaller decline than predicted. Overall -- Thomson Reuters February same -- estimate calling for a gain of 3.4 percent. That's -- call this Thursday I'm Jen Rodgers it's his writers and.