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MarketWatch for Tuesday, November 26, 2013

If you're keeping on top of the stock markets this morning, Tuesday, November 26, 2013...
If you're keeping on top of the stock markets this morning,  Tuesday, November 26, 2013...

The Nikkei is down 104 points today in Japan.
On Wall Street, the Dow closed up 7 points Monday.
The Nasdaq gained 3.

Stocks climbed Monday on word that the United States and its allies have reached a deal to curb nuclear proliferation in Iran. The Nasdaq hit 4,000 - a level it hasn't seen since the dot.com bubble thirteen years ago.

The FAA says will put out a bulletin this week to address a potential problem with Boeing's 747 and 787 aircraft. The U.S. agency says  pilots should avoid icing conditions that could hurt engine power and damage the planes,

Troubled french carmaker PSA Peugot Citroen says a former executive at rival Renault will lead the company when it's current CEO steps down. Carlos Tavares - who was chief operating officer at Renault - is expected to join Peugot in January.

And it might be time to toss the sweatpants...work-out clothes for women are now a $30+ billion a year business - that's up 7 percent over last year. Yoga pants, and sports bras have replaced sweats and spandex as part of a growing "active lifestyle" category. Top designers like Calvin Klein, are releasing their own lines of work-out wear to compete with popular chains like Lululemon, and Athleta.

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