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What does all this instability mean for your money? And, why are buyers snapping up new cars and trucks at a pace not seen since before the recession? From Cairo, to Istanbul, to Brazil -- turmoil in the streets.
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The world is watching Egypt tonight. Hundreds of thousands of protesters back in Tahrir Square for a third day. They are calling for the resignation of Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi, partly over his handling of the economy.
The army has given him a deadline to strike a deal by tomorrow or be pushed aside. But the president has reportedly asked the army to withdraw its ultimatum via Twitter.
The turmoil there today hit markets here. Stocks dipped in the afternoon as oil prices rose.
Protesters are in the streets of Cairo and across the country for a third night of demonstration, calling on incumbent President Mohamed Morsi to step down after just one year in power.
You can hear the atmosphere behind me. People are saying "Erhal," Arabic for leave. And that is the key concern, there will be clashes and might be an escalation.
As a result, the military is on high alert. They deployed to different parts of the city, tanks, helicopters, you can actually hear one passing by just above me.
Politicians need to figure it out then. If not, then the army would put forward a plan. But also the protests in Brazil, the civil war in Syria, the economies of China, Japan and now, political resignations in Portugal.
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