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"Here's Tracy jonky. Bloomberg business with an update looks like the Dow is much stronger. Now trae say it is Tina it has had more success in holding its gains of late endless games are going. The Dow's up seventy six points about a third of one percent at twenty five thousand four sixteen. The NASDAQ is still lower by twenty points. That's a major improvements. The s&p is up to and the Bloomberg WBZ. New England index is now higher by one tenth of one percent. Bank of America says it's evaluating whether it will take part in a Saudi investment conference later this month that's been referred to as Dabo's in the desert the J P Morgan Chase. Viacom Ford and Uber are among those dropping out over the disappearance of a dissident Saudi journalist, and I said to be part of overnight jitters in global financial markets Saudi. Money is everywhere and the US is considering sanctions Asian markets tumbled. But European markets. Recovered early losses. Just like Wall Street has business reports. Eight and thirty eight past the hour, I'm Tracy jonky. Bloomberg business on WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty Tracy. Thank you very much. WBZ news time eleven thirty nine. Do you have an Amazon echo? Well. Good to hear the latest news, traffic, weather and a whole lot. More just say Alexa, please play WBZ NewsRadio on iheartradio, easy Assad across the pond. Now Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are expecting their first child with the official announcement coming from Kensington Palace. ABC's James Longman tells us a real couple told their inner circle at a family wedding over the weekend Queen William Kate. And Prince Charles all able to congratulate them in person before they flew off to Australia for the start of their first overseas tour Megan's mother Doria, adding her congratulations said to be delighted and excited to welcome her first grandchild, by the way, that tour will also include. Fiji Tonga and New Zealand the baby is due next spring eight the start of a trial in federal court involving Harvard University as we hear from WBZ's. Ben Parker it all stems from a lawsuit accusing the school of bias against Asian applicants the group. Students for fair admissions brought the suit accusing Harvard of holding Asian American applicants to a higher standard Ben students of other races. Edward blonde is the group's president Harvard."