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U.S. Day Ahead: Fed to be grilled on housing white paper

Monday, February 27, 2012 - 02:35

Feb. 27 - Reuters Correspondent Pedro Da Costa says Fed Governor Elizabeth Duke is expected to face a critical crowd when she testifies on the housing sector before a Senate panel.

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Here is your US stay ahead should the Federal Reserve to keep its hands -- housing. That's likely to be the main point of contention wins that governor Elizabeth you. But secretary Shaun Donovan and other top officials appear before a senate panel -- tanning -- Testifying on the state of the sector and Reuters correspondent -- it passes as duke is expected to face eight hop crowd. She was the leading force behind this housing white Paper that Republicans have gotten very angry about. She was arguing that the Paper was merely a set of guidelines meant to get discussion going about the potential policy options available to deal with housing. Republicans argue that they've essentially. The Fed has crossed the line into fiscal policy and -- trading on lawmakers house. We'll also get more inside into the -- when Cleveland president Sandra can also speak at 7:15 PM double. It hurts take on the outlook for the recovery -- recently -- to the house debate at the market was holding back overall growth. Now that's for clusters had become a quote national crisis. Street key indicators out this morning that adds some market -- 8:30 AMC's the release -- durable goods that's followed by the S&P Case Shiller Index at night and consumer confidence at 10 AM. Focus will be on durable goods I have Bartz says expected to tick down I want 10% in January. To -- a drop quarters where civilian aircraft. Retail healthcare and Hollywood likely to dominate earnings results. On the radar AutoZone Office Depot -- Tenet Healthcare all the market open. After the close at DreamWorks Animation. Op is deep -- that stand out start -- as the company has a high chance of seeing lofts. Missing mean estimates -- heading. -- Mitt Romney witness statements -- governs. According to Les Paul the Republican presidential hopeful is neck -- neck -- Rick stand -- in Michigan. It looks like he may have halted the slide in support that began after report debate performance last week Reuters campaign correspondent Sam Jacobs says it's make or break for Romney. If they can't -- can't win here. There's going to be tons of questions about his future viability is the native son who grew up in Michigan us out of Detroit loves cars and we can't pull it through. In his own state I think a lot of you wondering if you pull it through all the way to the commencement. Apple also get results from the Arizona primary where Romney has a comfortable Lee I'm Rhonda -- this is Reuters Insider.

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U.S. Day Ahead: Fed to be grilled on housing white paper

Monday, February 27, 2012 - 02:35