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U.S. Morning Call: Facebook frenzy hits brokerages

Thursday, May 17, 2012 - 02:34

May 17 - Several brokerages have stopped taking Facebook IPO orders as the social network prepares to price tonight.

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Based but preparations who might -- the next FaceBook. And recount results here's your morning call this Thursday. -- mad scramble -- I want advisor describes the process of helping clients quickly complete the extensive paperwork required. Have a chance of receiving FaceBook shares in the -- Sources say well department stopped accepting orders Wednesday were in eastern while Morgan Stanley and others had accused it work cut off more -- cap requested 500 shares as part of an effort to make -- widely available. But not everyone will get 500 shares. According to the sources. FaceBook says it's business as usual at the company had it right things tonight and listing on the NASDAQ Friday. This evening employees will gather here at hackers spyware and some of our California headquarters sport. The 31 act on originally and on the I coding session I'd have its employees the chance. To focus on any project that she is that is separate from their day jobs face that says the like button is one of the ideas that came out of previous Hak5. Maybe I did this time is to get that -- at a staffers this week hearing lots of productivity when it's that starts trading on Friday. Well could pitcher that's become the next big tech IPO. The Wall Street Journal reports online scrapbook and 300 million dollars in financing round. That gives it a one point five billion dollar valuation. The papers that the funding was led by Japanese e-commerce site that owner of I dot com. Finding around late last year -- 15200. Dollars annually. The White House reportedly wants to each story type interpretation of civil rule following the two billion dollar trading lots JPMorgan Chase. The Wall Street Journal says it's intensified talks with the Treasury Department over the and a proprietary trading. Meanwhile a separate orders report indicates a lot that JPM. Could go much higher than two billion dollars Oppenheimer estimating the radical -- could hit nearly six billion dollars. But things it will end up below five. Stocks to watch today include Wal-Mart that -- component reporting quarterly profit and sales -- forecast also said it doesn't believe investigations into allegations of bribery it's Mexican unit. We'll have a negative impact on business. And Sears Holdings which reported a smaller quarterly loss than anticipated on sales that beat expectations. And also said it plans -- us and not part of me and that's the morning on this Thursday Jen Rogers this is why isn't there.

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U.S. Morning Call: Facebook frenzy hits brokerages

Thursday, May 17, 2012 - 02:34