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U.S. Morning Call: Futures higher after Spain bailout

Sunday, June 10, 2012 - 02:34

June 11 - U.S. stock futures are up after euro zone finance ministers agreed Saturday to lend Spain up to 100 billion euros for its ailing banks.

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Spain see this market space -- surprises cracked bell and GE makes some changes here's your morning call this Monday. It is for stocks -- -- -- finance ministers agreed Saturday the -- -- up to 100 billion euros sports ailing banks Dow NASDAQ S&P 500 stock index futures all moving higher after rising Friday as Reuters reported exclusively. On the expected to you stocks up across the board in Europe with Spain one of the best performers. The NASDAQ CEO reportedly lost touch with the problems affecting the FaceBook IPO during its trading debut. The Wall Street Journal says after celebrating with Mark Zuckerberg and FaceBook headquarters. Robert I got on -- plane back to you are about to -- including the worst troubles were over. The papers as he was stuck on a flight without all that did not work while the problems continued. He also visit call from the SEC -- to his New York office at the end of the trading day has he was still a lot written. FaceBook shares her -- in the premarket. General Electric considering a few moves the Wall Street Journal says it may break off big chunks of its lending business. To appease investors who want to keep shrinking GE capital. Company also planning to invest 900 million dollars in Turkey's infrastructure projects. Over the next three years -- NG up 1% in the premarket. United health -- not waiting for the Supreme Court to rule on president Obama's health care law. The nation's largest insurer by market value saying it will maintain the protections put in place by the law even -- the High Court strikes it down does include providing coverage for dependents up to age 26 under their parents plan and offering some services without requiring a call today company calls -- goods remembers how. And looks like it change of heart every shot. Lawyers for the former Goldman Sachs director told a judge Friday. That it was very likely he will testify it is -- -- now do so will not take this and in the case. He's accused of illegally to bouncing financial information to his one time branded business associate d'alene group's founder Raj -- Iran. That's your morning call this Monday you can follow us on Twitter at Reuters Insider. And please check out our -- writers YouTube channel at Reuters dot com back slash writers TV. I'm Rhonda -- this is writers and --

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U.S. Morning Call: Futures higher after Spain bailout

Sunday, June 10, 2012 - 02:34