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U.S. Day Ahead: What's hot and what's not in Q4

Friday, September 28, 2012 - 02:30

Sep 27 - Investors are getting ready to tweak their portfolios as the third-quarter ends. Find out what deals exist and what pitfalls to avoid.

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The bad restart in the printing presses Europe and chaos and apple launched and you I found. Those -- the highlights of the third quarter investors are getting ready for the next one. Action point in me -- exclusive start -- -- and three of the hottest companies to focus on what apple Boeing and GAAP. Stars are aligned for them to be better profits than what Wall Street is expecting. -- of course the global economy will be huge headwind for at next year's writers' shop. Festival but the US elections and once they're out of the way attention will focus initially on how much congress and dismantle the fiscal cliff. In Europe. We very much wants to see what's going does when it by phone at age from Davis that you and IMAP and -- easy beats by its phones it looks like it will in China -- signs of slowdown obviously in the economy. People thought and thought about the need most and -- that. And its earnings report on the calendar comes from Walgreen. Investors want to know how it plans to woo back its disgruntled customers. The drugstore chain reports before the -- and -- expected to see its profits shrink. This after -- contract if he left it unable to fill prescriptions for Express Scripts agent. They headed -- to rival the F and writing. Earlier wandering that it sales fell 5% to seventeen billion dollars and I'm here and had to make sure you check out personal incomes got in the morning I have arts and income should -- All right two tenths of percent because of stagnant earnings and a shaky job market. Feel it should be an -- to keep the economy chugging along barring any surprised. Obama has already lost about forty punitive measures against various Chinese imports and now he's doing and kitchen sink. The Commerce Department is that -- impose anti dumping duties on Chinese stainless steel things. The US imported 118. Million dollars I think from China in 2011. Up from 98 million dollars in 2010. Hopefully US China relations walked down -- And an insider and -- TV more and more expert now is on the big market movers and Friday it will explore whether Mitt Romney uphill bid for the White House might have parallels. To Ronald Reagan come from behind victory over President Carter and teeny. I'm -- on this is for.

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U.S. Day Ahead: What's hot and what's not in Q4

Friday, September 28, 2012 - 02:30