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U.S. Morning Call: Stock futures up, violence grips Greece

Tuesday, February 14, 2012 - 02:24

Feb. 13 - U.S. stock futures are pointing to a higher open on Wall Street as Greece takes steps to secure another bailout, but violence overnight in Athens offers a glimpse into the challenges that lay ahead.

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Here's my confidence Monday US stock index futures point higher open on Wall Street at the EU expressed his confidence Greece has taken the right that's a secure. Another bail out. But not without a battle protesters in Athens torched shops banks and other buildings expressed her opposition new austerity measures passed by the government. -- 100 people including 68 police officers were wounded while 130 were detained -- -- still DL -- further 325. Million euros of spending cuts will be weeks. Before -- -- finance ministers meet Wednesday. Apple is going after Samsung again. This time it's asking a federal court to block the sale of Samsung's new galaxy nexus Smartphones. The -- are the first to use Google's newest version of android software called ice cream sandwich apple says the phones infringe on patents and blocking features like voice activated search Samsung says it continues to assert its intellectual property rights. Apple has already -- Sampson charging it illegally copy iPhone and iPad design features. The Avon lady may receive an unexpected call from federal prosecutors. The Wall Street Journal says prosecutors have presented evidence to agree injury against it on executives. In case examines whether they broke born bribery laws. Then -- policy of -- decision to open its own investigation into the issue in 2008. I need not spokeswoman told the Paper the company was not aware that a federal grand jury was investigating the matter last month a month CFO left after his actions triggered. An SEC investigation. Look out millionaires here -- president Obama's budget election year proposal expected to repeated demand for millionaires pay minimum tax rate. 30%. And -- billions of dollars for job creating infrastructure project. Obama's budget is likely to be declared a nonstarter -- Republicans who warned that tax hikes will kill jobs. And have no impact on the rising level of national. The proposal comes out at 1150. And back to watch today including its Clark I've senior staff members at its Paper -- -- were arrested over the weekend probe into journalists paying police hit. And Medco Health Solutions said in a filing that it believed its merger with Express Scripts remains on track to close in the first half of this year. That's right office Monday I'm Jen Rogers -- his writers and.

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U.S. Morning Call: Stock futures up, violence grips Greece

Tuesday, February 14, 2012 - 02:24