Twitter asks what happened to 2015. Is users get locked out of the new year and Sony's PlayStation is ready to play in this morning's business report. Sony says its PlayStation network is back on line after hackers hit it Christmas Day. A group called lizard squad took credit for disruptions that
It's an Asian markets start of the week mixed for the details we go to business reporter Christy Chang in Beijing Tracy is a reporter for. Chinese state television good morning Tracy. Good morning to tell my Asian markets are showing a mixed picture but the greater China markets those land that is
Thank you Tracy and for more on the European markets we go to London where you on Randolph. Director of sovereign risk at IA just global inside joint Jeanne what are you looking. At that will move the markets this week. While it market if you break course as we've just the the Greek government's
Jeanne thank you. Well now let's take a look at had to look closer look at what's movie the European markets with Craig. Heading to early general elections after parliament failed to elect a new president in the countries. You think is well the question is that the country's bailout in question
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