Today on American Morning, Christine Romans reports on the morning business news headlines.
Today we're watching:
* The cue today, again, comes from Europe. Right now U.S. stock futures are trading slightly lower. Overseas, markets in Europe and Asia are also down.
* The sell-off coming as the Greek Prime Minister announces he'll step down if it means getting Europe's international bailout approved.
* Investor focus is also shifting to Italy and whether it will be a domino to fall in Europe's crisis, where the political future of Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi hangs in the balance ahead of a key parliamentary vote.
* It's estimated thousands of Americans pulled their money from the nation's biggest banks over the weekend as part of "bank transfer day." The grass-roots movement really caught fire after Bank of America announced its new debit card fee – a fee they eventually scrapped under pressure from customers.
* There's no need to wait until Black Friday if you're in the market for a new television. Retailers have already started slashing the prices for big screen tvs by as much as 40%.
* The wealth gap between young and old is wider than ever. According to new Census data, households headed by a person 65 years or older have a net worth 47 times greater than a household headed by someone who's 35 years old or younger. That's because younger Americans are taking on more debt in order to go back to school.
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