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U.S. Day Ahead: Get ready for more manufacturing gloom

Friday, 14 Dec, 2012 - 02:05

Dec 13 - If you are betting on the manufacturing sector creating jobs, you might want to wait till the Markit PMI figures come out Friday - they are not expected to be pretty.

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Six days of gains come to an end to blame political jousting at Washington's looking investors once again. And negative news with market PMI data I see update of the manufacturing sector I apart as the bigger should come in add 51 point nine. -- still growing but at a slower rate compared to last month. An industry has been stuck in neutral because of the global slowdown I -- -- says don't count on it to generate significant amount of jobs. Until the middle of next year. Healthcare companies is another important test UST have to decide whether they will set up their own insurance exchanges -- even up to the federal government. If changes aren't important part of President Obama helped her a lot. Only fifteen -- that it will -- up their own systems. Mean the government will have the daunting task of creating online marketplaces. -- to partner of the country. You're stuck to watch is solar city solar panel installer back -- -- -- -- on mosque. Investors want to see whether it was still -- -- to go further after soaring about 50% and NASDAQ debut. That would -- I -- because investors thought shares were priced too high. I'm not a time to. Tech over ten years to actors and one lawsuit but finally -- it out in -- as. That sixty years before The Lord of the Rings trilogy analysts see the movie could make 475. Million dollars in sales while in theaters. Importantly though it could help push North American ticket sales for the film industry -- 2009 record of ten point six billion dollars and here's the facts. Besides that -- -- economy and and make sure to follow us on Twitter at -- insider and catch our interviews with top market movers on Reuters TV. We talked to the outgoing and incoming CEO of Lockheed Martin Bob Stevens and -- Houston. Their message to lawmakers passed all physical plant to unleash the economy. I'm -- -- this for years.

U.S. Day Ahead: Get ready for more manufacturing gloom

Friday, 14 Dec, 2012 - 02:05

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