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"Still to come the Internal Revenue Service has weighed in on whether refunds will go after tax payers, the government shutdown continues. But first, let's get a check on the markets from Bloomberg's Charlie Pellett like an green green on the screen. Indeed. If you are long in market Bob moved right now, we've got the SNP up sixteen higher by six tenths of one percent. Just want to update you on the situation at Heathrow London Heathrow airport. Flights have resumed after that drone citing the shut down the airport about forty five minutes ago or shutdown departures from east throw, but again Heathrow departures have resumed Sears holdings. Chairman Eddie Lampert will get another shot at saving the bankrupt. One hundred twenty six year old retailer stocks are climbing as investors look past skepticism about technology and the financial sector to focus on the possibility of progress in U S, China trade talks right now, the SNP up seventeen up seven tenths of one percent talent. Israel's. Is up two hundred eleven up nine tenths NASDAQ up fifty one a gain narrow of eight tenths of one percent. The tenured on four thirty seconds yield right now two point seven one percent. Gold down three tenths twelve eighty four. The ons. West Texas intermediate crude up two point one percent, forty nine fifty seven a barrel sentiment among American small businesses weaken for the fourth month in a row and with more on that story. Here's Bloomberg's Vinny Del Giudice data suggest a demo outlook is weighing on small companies. The national federation of independent business is the lowest since October twenty seventeen the Trump effect could be wearing off the net chair firms expecting conditions to improve in six months since the presidential election. Beneath doubt, she'd iceberg radio recapping stocks higher S sixteen again air of six tenths of one percent. I'm Charlie pelletan. Data Bloomberg business flash. Thank."