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U.S. Day Ahead: Consumer sentiment seen rising

Friday, December 09, 2011 - 01:33

Investors will be focusing on the Thomson Reuters/University of Michigan consumer sentiment survey. The preliminary reading for December is expected to clock in at 65.5.

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Here's your US day ahead. Investors will be focusing on the Thomson Reuters University of Michigan consumer sentiment survey. The preliminary reading for December is expected o'clock at 65 point five. That's slightly higher than the prior month indicating that some of the global economic outlook as -- Also due out tomorrow morning -- that international trade figures. Cops expect the trade deficit to a slightly widened in October to 43 point five billion from 43 point one billion dollars a month before. Financial markets will be driven by the eurozone on Friday as leaders of the region Europe for a crucial summit in Brussels. The meeting will take place in the backdrop of ratings warning for you countries by Standard and Poor's. And a quarter percentage point interest rate cut by the ECB. December ninth is the key deadline for Jefferson County Alabama. The date was set by the bankruptcy court judge for filing objections to the -- petition for relief under chapter nine of the US bankruptcy code. The key file for bankruptcy last month. After falling short of a negotiated deal of creditors -- three point 14 billion dollars of sewer system. Now for some political action Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney will hold a town hall meeting in Iowa to boost his profile and -- nominating states. Rival Newt Gingrich is surging Romney's campaign said he would discuss jobs and the economy at the tendency to run its. That's all for US stay ahead I'm Fred Katayama this is what.

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U.S. Day Ahead: Consumer sentiment seen rising

Friday, December 09, 2011 - 01:33