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"The national institutes of health, which provided the grant. French police are using tear-gas as anti-government protests continued to riot in Paris for a fourth week. The Eiffel tower Paris, museums and stores are all closed today because of the yellow vest protests against gasoline tax increase and declining living standards last week's demonstrations were some of the most violent in Paris since nineteen sixty eight it's nine it's six. Oh six and normally we would bring you the weekly presidential address. But it has not arrived. If it does arrive will bring it to you later in the day and the democratic weekly address will be played at seven oh six. It's time. Now for a Bloomberg business minute and ugly Friday session closed out Wall Street's worst week since March the key index has had losses ranging from two and a quarter to three percent. The Dow Jones industrials fell five hundred fifty nine points to twenty four thousand three eighty eight. The NASDAQ lost two hundred nineteen points the s&p five hundred. Close sixty three points. Lower job creation fell short of estimates. Last month. The Labor Department reported one hundred fifty five thousand workers were added to payrolls. The unemployment rate held at three point seven percent. A trade group says hiring by retailers accounted for twelve percent of the jobs. That were added in November the national retail federation says the retail industry created eighteen thousand six hundred jobs, but total employment was down from November of last year reflecting the difficulty of filling positions Americans views of the housing sector. Improves slightly in November. Fannie Maes home purchase sentiment index rose half a point. I'm Jeff Bellinger. Bloomberg business on WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty. It's twenty two degrees in cloudy in Boston at six oh seven and remember when you're away from your radio. Do you can listen to WBZ on the iheartradio app?."