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U.S. Day Ahead: Fed Chair to be hit by housing questions

Monday, February 06, 2012 - 02:20

Feb. 6 - Reuters Correspondent Pedro Da Costa says Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke could face Republican opposition over his housing policies when he testifies before a Senate panel.

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Parents your US stay ahead of Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke might be in a more upbeat news when he testifies before a senate panel at 10 AM. -- talk about the economic outlook and the federal budget situation. This after a report showing jobs grew at their fastest pace in nine and January. -- unemployment rate also falling. Reuters correspondent -- Costas says expect Bernanke to face strong opposition over the banks housing policy. The Fed recently released the white Paper on the sector that was very controversial among Republicans they accuse them of. Crossing the line in the fiscal policy and essentially telling lawmakers what to do. Now this could leave the Fed and a different goals but if it decides to ease monetary policy again later in the year. Shine on the magic kingdom -- -- reports its results after the close the Bellwether for consumers. Should see earnings growth is 71 cents a share in the first quarter. Reuters correspondent these lines as Disney is benefiting from a possible Oxley and the recovery. Revenue should be on the cable networks especially ESP and their big sports network. Attendance is likely -- this theme parks and the movie studio also had a surprise hit last year with the mountain. And there's a wide range of companies reporting that could give some direction -- the market on the radar for the opening Coca-Cola and Emerson Electric after the close expect results from Hartford services western union. Hartford financial's that stand out though according to start my insurance company as a high chance of beating in estimates by the time San. Key piece of data to -- consumer credit out of 3 PM I have ours says expect that to grow by nearly eight billion dollars in December after an -- debt -- surged in the previous month. Forecasters says all credit including credit cards is likely to -- address. -- Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney is looking to extend his back to back victories in three hours. According to polls Romney is leading Colorado over extend -- in Minnesota's and it has the slight edge over Romney in misery which -- -- on my primary that doesn't ward. Newt Gingrich is not even on the balance. I've got out there this writers.

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U.S. Day Ahead: Fed Chair to be hit by housing questions

Monday, February 06, 2012 - 02:20