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U.S. Day Ahead: David vs. Goliath for Super Tuesday

Monday, March 05, 2012 - 02:04

Mar. 5 - Reuters Campaign Correspondent Sam Jacobs says while Rick Santorum is portraying the GOP presidential race as David vs. Goliath, Mitt Romney is just shrugging his shoulders.

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Here is you're US day ahead can Romney solidified his lead in the race for the Republican presidential nomination we'll find out -- results from the Super Tuesday it would -- ten states up for grabs. A key battleground will be Ohio where Romney has made gains and is now neck and -- closest rival Rick Santorum in the polls. It is campaign correspondent Sam Jacobs says it is turning it into what David vs the -- struggled there rob east team this drug. -- shoulders and I think that they would like to see themselves. As the giant in this race and as the campaign had strong enough big enough to take on Obama in the fall however not if -- in this case is David does being collapsed. You know I have. It's going to be a bigger knock for the Romney campaign. Retail data could give some market direction in the morning seven point five sees the release of chain stores sales from the national council of shopping centers. And Goldman Sachs. As they did I hit the turn of red book which showed gains last week. Out of pandora has something to think about what as a -- come out app that is the Internet radio companies see a lot of two cents a share of fourth quarter. But this comes isn't gains more listeners. 125. Million in total up from eighty million a year ago still writers tech correspondent -- left that says pandora could face tougher times ahead. Welts under pressure from competitors such as seriously Spotify and also music service providers such as Google Amazon and apple. And ironically the more of an audience against them more licensing fees that I paid a record labels and on top of it summarizes the climate now -- sixty dollar didian. And the prices rising at the -- focus will be on the EIA short term energy outlook. -- the agency predicting gassed it at an average of three dollars and 55 cents in 2012. But added it was 25%. Chance it could go over four bucks by -- This is in the wake of heightened tensions in the mentally. I'm Rhonda -- this is riders.

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U.S. Day Ahead: David vs. Goliath for Super Tuesday

Monday, March 05, 2012 - 02:04