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U.S. Morning Call: Wall Street set to open higher

Friday, June 15, 2012 - 02:40

June 15 - Stocks around the globe were lifted by news about efforts by several central banks to stabile markets following the Greek elections.

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Markets holding steady at FaceBook preparing for battle here's your boarding call this Friday US stocks look set to open higher they rallied late Thursday when Reuters reported exclusively. It's central bankers we're ready and take coordinated action to stabilize markets. Following a Greek elections right now Dow NASDAQ S&P 500 stock index futures all pointing to a higher open it. Stocks in many markets in Europe higher -- ECB chief Mario Draghi expresses concern. About the risen in the eurozone. That said it was not part to help the necessary. Stocks in Asia ending flat hires the Bank of Japan left policy unchanged. What credit expert -- central bankers need to remain vigilant. Let's and they should learn from the financial crisis of 2000 innings. In today's very complex financial markets we don't necessarily know what all the inner connections are and we have to. Deeper on this side of caution when we talk about saying well we're just gonna have to let. The markets bite the bullet and let. Things gets sorted out as they will. Elections taking place today this series of party is running neck and neck with the mainstream conservatives and -- -- of elections last month. That produces stalemate it was not the pro nor anti bailout camps were able to form a coalition. Stocks taking it in stride right now on the practice and happen. US MarketWatch is also focusing on a few economic reports including Thomson Reuters University of Michigan consumer sentiment index. Forecast is looking for a back to 77 point five in June which would break I'm not -- streak of gains it also would follow that it retails sales reported earlier this week that report out at night. -- FaceBook reportedly planning to put on a plane ports disastrous IPO on an act. The New York Times as the details come out in a motion it will file. To consolidate all shareholder lawsuits against it the document which could be filed in the district court for the southern district of New York as early as Friday. We'll provide some perspective on the nasdaq's prologue -- day and effect exchange's action had -- stock trading activity shares they were trading at twenty dollar range ten bucks below the offer price that's gonna call this Friday you can follow us on Twitter at writers designers -- please check out our writers and TV channel. Reuters dot com slash Reuters TV. I'm Rhonda -- this is Reuters Insider.

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U.S. Morning Call: Wall Street set to open higher

Friday, June 15, 2012 - 02:40