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August 30 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Betty Liu reports on today's "Top Headlines." She speaks on Bloomberg Television's "In The Loop." (Source: Bloomberg)

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Good morning.

I am betty liu.

It is 26 minutes after the hour, which means bloomberg television is on the market.

Equity futures are slightly higher ahead of some economic data coming out at 8:30 a.m., including personal income and spending.

Indicators of where consumers are going.

That means where the economy is going.

You are on the market again in 30 minutes.

Here's a look at our bloomberg top headline --vodafone poised to sell its stake in verizon wireless for $130 billion.

It is the biggest deal the carriers have entered into in a decade and investors count on it.

Verizon has jumped the most in four years and new york trade yesterday, and vodafone searched 9.6% to its highest price since 2002. the fund has taken a page from tesla's playbook.

Tesla motors was the first automaker to do so, but having sold 75,000 electric models among nissan sees sheer volume putting it first in line to collect those carbon credits revenues.

Nasdaq in defensive mode as it tries to assuage irregulars what exactly caused one of the biggest u.s. market outages in decades.

So far, a flood of inaccurate data flooded its backup computer system, causing the three-our stock freeze that we saw last week.

And we're standing by for the latest economic data, including personal income numbers.

Let's head to washington during that is where -- washington.

That is where government -- new jersey governor chris christie atlanta maven a bigger office.

That is one of the issues as we wait for these numbers.

Chief washington correspondent peter cook joins us now with more.

Peter, christie has reasons to be confident this is far from election day.

He has got a comfortable lead in his race for reelection in new jersey.

He was up more than 20% over state senator barbara brown appeared --. he looks and sounds pretty confident.

That is where his regular guy blood they deal.

Behind the scenes, his team actively working to produce not just a victory in november in new jersey but a big victory that could potentially show that he is capable of winning on the national stage in 2016. again, new jersey, very blue state, 700,000 more registered democrats than republicans right now.

The difference showing that christie is winning the support of 81% of republicans, but he has the backing of 53% of independents, 29% of democrats.

Those are numbers that if they hold up between now and election day in november that christie

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