U.S. Day Ahead: Some uncertainty about Google earnings
Wednesday, April 11, 2012 - 01:53
April 11 - Google's shareholders won't be over the Moon when the company reports tomorrow. Sri Raman, senior analyst at Thomson Reuters' StarMine, says that they won't be terribly disappointed either.
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Google's earnings producer prices and initial claims of the big things for tomorrow plus yes it's official it is an international day of human space flight. Well Google shareholders may not be over the moon when a company reports after the market closed three Rama and senior analyst at Thomson Reuters are mine has more. There is some uncertainty about Google and endings but expect -- to -- in line and -- will be quite happy fitful night. If you remember last quarter often goo -- reported earnings. Did ditches into it to estimates atrocity. If aloft through since then to crept back up slightly. But you stayed if they make estimates I don't think and this is going to be kind of just disappointed. Google surprised the downside last quarter. Other companies reporting Thursday include industrial supply company -- -- -- Seattle based bank Washington Federal and drugstore chain writing. Drama says there's a high chance right it will miss by a cent. Also on Thursday a number of fed speakers -- present their respective cases. For and against more -- While the weak jobs report last week sent stock markets reeling pox and doesn't mean. Firmly Internet. Atlanta fed president Dennis Lockhart Philly fans Charles Plosser Minneapolis that's not -- a -- Lakota. New York that's William Dudley and fed board governor Sarah bloom raskin will make presentations across the country. And inflation will be in focus Thursday morning as markets assess what it costs to make things. US producer prices come out in the morning and are expected rise three point 1%. Less than the prior month -- -- -- also get weekly initial jobless claims analysts polled by Reuters expect 355000. A tad less than a week -- Also beverage international trade number is expected to rise. I'm Fred Katayama and this is --
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