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"We are also. Oh, asking people to bring their own blankets to help homeless in Portland. Mccarthur says the size of the blanket fort will be measured and sent into the Guinness Book. Folks, he says it'll double the old record Cooper banks for CBS news Portland at the broadcast center. Partly cloudy skies going to twenty four overnight now money news on KYW. Here's Bloomberg's Jeff Bellinger 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 closed sixty three points. Lowered 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 a 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's. 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 with money news from Bloomberg on KYW. I'm Jeff challenge when it comes to taking care of your family."