U.S. Day Ahead: Obama meets with state leaders on "cliff"
Tuesday, December 04, 2012 - 02:23
In round #2 of this week's ''fiscal cliff'' talks, President Obama meets at the White House with a bipartisan group of governors, including Delaware’s Jack Markell and Wisconsin’s Scott Walker.
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Today with corporate leaders tomorrow state leaders lending their ears to President Obama as he -- to push for fiscal -- solutions. A bipartisan group of governors will meet with the president at the White House to hear his proposal for averting jarring tax hikes and spending cuts. As planets that Republicans with this one point six trillion dollars in revenue increases and limited spending cuts. Today John Boehner unveiled a counteroffer 2.2 trillion dollars and you deficit reduction over ten years. Expects -- pour it over the two competing proposals from the likes of Delaware as Jack Martel and Wisconsin's Scott Walker. JPMorgan may offer a sneak preview of Q4 results tomorrow at a conference in New York. CFO Doug bronze dean will speak before institutional investors after Goldman Sachs financial services conference. Cheers and Angie Morgan executives updated outlook sport its broad range of banking businesses. JPMorgan shares have seen a list this year -- over 30%. Operating analyst from Thomson Reuters -- -- see the find the time it's next profit report come -- above the consensus estimate. Investors will likely be most interested in here about the banks play on housing. Last quarter profits grew by over 30% mostly from its booming mortgage lending business. Was staying on the topic of housing will get even more clues on how the recovery in that sector is faring when told brother's reports. Analysts are expecting high earnings from the largest US luxury home builder and the fourth quarter. In August the company said the sharp jump in order that's all last quarter here to stay. The stock has seen -- to -- out this year up over 50%. Fans in January. And onto either earnings I was on big lots and pandora releasing earnings results we've. Eye on the online radio service to investors are hoping to earnings reflect its growing band mates. Recently pandora has been lobbying congress to cut music royalties while more artists joined a growing chorus -- protesters. Against the company's suggested policy. And should follow us on Twitter at -- is insider is a Twitter what are the social media guru Anthony to -- now offer his advice. For the post new Twitter account numbers TV I'm -- mom this is -- yours.
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