Trading at Noon: Apple lifts Nasdaq in cautious market
Wednesday, January 25, 2012 - 02:10
Jan. 25 - The Dow and S&P 500 fell on concerns over Greek debt talks, stalling a strong rally from last year, but the Nasdaq rose on Apple's forecast-beating results.
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Taking it on trading at news and US stocks mixed with apple high flyer after its results blew past Wall Street expectations. We all thought I iPad and iPhone that an unprecedented rate last quarter shares of apple are searching close to 7%. -- on the 500 is the energy sector it is down all the nine tenths of -- percent. And now -- thinks that HSBC is under investigation by a high profile senate panel. In -- money laundering inquiry that could lead to a congressional hearing this spring. This this focus of the pro is not known but the bank has been the target of numerous inquiries from the past. Including a case of West Virginia where doctor accused of Medicare fraud is moving hundreds of thousands of dollars through HSBC. -- US treasury prices edging higher today as investors keep an eye on the head it is a big day for all talk and no action. First there's the statement from epilepsy and that -- and Bernanke holds a news conference the Fed may now. -- change in interest rates until at least early 2014. A couple of stocks to watch for you here is an aluminum that's gene sequencing company are currently surging 43%. That after a hostile bid from Swiss drugmaker Roche is a five point seven billion dollar cash offer. Shares US Airways and delta are taking -- after those airlines reported much stronger than expected quarterly results. Thanks to charging us more for airfare. So are you sick of all those political ads already brace yourself there is a lot more comic -- 2012 presidential election. Could be one of the most expensive in history Wells Fargo says political advertising for state and national campaign. Is expected to reach four point nine billion dollars that's 17% increase from 2008 which at that time it was a record year. Most of the money will be used by TB. That's all for trading at news I've got up there this is Reuters.
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