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November 4th, 2011
08:38 AM ET

AM Minding Your Business for Nov. 4, 2011

Today on American Morning, Christine Romans reports on the morning business news headlines.

Today we're watching:

* As of this writing, U.S. futures are trading slightly lower ahead of the opening bell. The U.S. markets saw solid gains yesterday after Greece decided to scrap the vote on a critical bailout fund.
* Groupon is upping the price for its IPO. How much? 20 dollars per share, valuing the online coupon company at $13 billion.
* The FTC is settling it's two-year-old case against the makers of "Hoodia" weight loss products, costing two companies $27 million dollars.
* If you're fed up with fees, you can vent your frustration tomorrow. It's being called 'bank transfer day.' A Facebook group encouraging people to ditch the big banks. A new survey says more than 650,000 people have switched to credit unions since Bank of America announced its new debit card fee.
* Thanksgiving is just around the corner. And a trade group says it's looking like there are going to be 37,000 fewer fliers per day around the holiday this year.

Tune in to American Morning at 6am Eastern every day for the latest in business news.

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