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U.S. Day Ahead: Investors say yippee for new Yahoo! CEO

Monday, July 16, 2012 - 03:35

July 16 - Keep an eye on Yahoo! stock in the morning as investors digest news that former Google exec Marissa Mayer is now the company's new boss. The company is up in after hours.

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It was the jobless -- Robinson's name written all over it I got things former Google exec Marissa Mayer will be a better fit parent takes the reins of the company beginning Tuesday which will meet her one of the most prominent women in Silicon Valley and industry largely dominated by men. Yahoo!'s stock will be closely watched by investors before it opens no word yet on whether she will be on the analysts call went Yahoo! reports after the close. It's amazing what and you -- can do Yahoo! is up over 3% in after hours. Citi and JPMorgan and managed to dodge bullets with their results now Steve Goldman Sachs and dial. Wall Street's biggest investment bank is expected to see its bottom line hit -- yup you guessed it the year in debt crisis. Ongoing problem is putting the squeeze on revenue for deal making treaty. We could even hear news of more layoffs and cost cutting your prayers breaking news columnist and -- on what. He is looking for I'm looking at two things first -- just how well as -- -- -- pretty bad second quarter of a -- reporting investment banking and trading down anything up 40%. Secondly I'll go when shareholders ranks second fiddles for employees again Goldman's compensation ratio is always quite high compared pays. It's I don't JPMorgan for example in the first quarter that would have meant an extra 25 cents of earnings during direct ownership almost. Don't get obsessed about financials though as big names are reporting. But forty and Johnson & Johnson Coca-Cola and -- tell tell us how they did in the last quarter after the close it's Intel's turn. Intel is the first of the tech giants out of the gate like its competitor at its stock has been beaten down by -- And business spending is crumbling faster than expected. O'Bannon was the head of the Fed meant to do. As a recovery looks like it's grinding to a halt there's more pressure on Ben Bernanke and fed to come to the rescue. Investors are clamoring to know what it'll take for the Federal Reserve to start pumping more cash into the system. Also weak they hear something about its involvement in that widening -- were probe. British correspondent mark all the -- says that we might see bond. -- Bernanke is likely to acknowledge that the economy has slowed and they're concerned about it. He may say they need to see a little bit more information before they decide to launch another round of bond buying. Even though most analysts do expect the Fed to launch QE3. By September or later in the year. Global banking drugs and terrorist financing and may be like the latest Tom Clancy novel but it's what we might hear from HSBC exacts. When he testified before a senate panel. They want explain how it just BC has cleanup its act after a money laundering scandal. A murder investigation has found persistent and troubling lapses in the bank's compliance. Since 2010. Investigation is expected to be a roadmap for the government and could lead to fines or settlement of up to one billion dollars with other things. Financial regulators will also be talking at the hearing. -- got to focus on that ahead is the Consumer Price Index in the morning CI looks like it will flat line according to Reuters poll. That's mainly due to prices dropping at the pump which means more cash for consumers. Also a lower inflation rate if the Fed more room to wield its policy powers. For more insider. You can follow us on Twitter at Richard and tighter and check out our -- YouTube channel at record dot com slash players TV. I'm Heidi mom this is writers.

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U.S. Day Ahead: Investors say yippee for new Yahoo! CEO

Monday, July 16, 2012 - 03:35