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U.S. Day Ahead: Amazon has to amaze soon

Wednesday, April 25, 2012 - 02:11

April 25 - If Amazon wants to continue trading at such high levels, it will have to wow Wall Street when it reports after Thursday's close, according to Reuters Breakingviews Columnist Rob Cyran

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Wall Street wanna know how long Amazon can keep sacrificing its bottom line for a long term growth what -- reports after the close. The online shopping giant is expected to see a severe slowdown and its profits thanks to new investments in areas like movie content distribution centers and Reuters breaking news columnist rob -- says investors are hungry for any future guy. Wall Street is giving Amazon a tremendous benefit of the doubt -- -- -- hundred times earnings. With a multiple like that in other words with their value so highly Amazon has had good returns not just tomorrow but privileged. The day after that the year after that and the next decade. We'll get a critical gauge of the economy when -- PS reports before the bell. World's largest package delivery company is set to see higher earnings from a year ago thanks partly to milder weather. Reuters correspondent -- Adler says analyst wanna hear its latest deal on global growth especially eurozone had -- FedEx last month warned that Europe could be an amount -- session. And that could be a risk for UPS because it's about to make its biggest investment ever. It's about to night for seven million dollars in TNT express switches and -- company. It's the busiest day of the week for results dominated by industrial consumer and -- A note Chrysler ExxonMobil Kellogg's Lockheed Martin Haskell and whirlpool all before the open. After the close it's -- turn of Starbucks and saying whirlpool as a stand out starlight said the company is a high chance of beating by three cents. As a fed says it's ready to do more for the economy because he employment and housing data to crunch. On the radar initial jobless claims and pending home sales in the morning -- -- sales should rise by 1% in March. Forecasters as credit availability still remains a big obstacle for growth in this sector. And we get some clues in the US is China policy when Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner speaks at four. He recently said a stronger UN would be China's own interest. -- you'll take part of the US China strategic economic dialogue in Beijing in early today. I'm Fred Katayama and this is Reuters.

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U.S. Day Ahead: Amazon has to amaze soon

Wednesday, April 25, 2012 - 02:11