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U.S. Day Ahead: Zuckerberg could be a no show on FB's call

Wednesday, July 25, 2012 - 02:58

July 25 - Investors will hone in on Mark Zuckerberg's performance if he actually appears on Facebook's earnings call. But the socially awkward Zuckerberg might give it a miss.

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So apple left its marks on the market after it shock earnings -- now let's see what FaceBook does. -- giant reports results after the close its debut as a public company. Investors want now how it's going to actually make more money out of mobile you're concerned about weaknesses in that area before its may IPO. Whatever happens we could be and for a wild ride what the stock. The -- says it could rise to 32 dollars or fall to 24. Depending on what happens. -- correspondent Jerry sheet that wants for what boss Mark Zuckerberg says that yes he appears on the call. So far other top executives like the F David -- and if you Sheryl -- -- in the public. Face of the company's. While the sometimes socially awkward Zuckerberg has been a little bit more behind the curtains. In the past. He has sometimes stumbled in these uncontrollable unscripted situations. Will be really interesting if you out there. Let's check and on how much Zuckerberg is worth with hours calculator. That's year old is down four point four billion dollars from the launch. -- fourteen point seven billion dollars. Not doing so back. Well you gotta spend money to make money Amazon Abbas -- these are just as likely to defend that strategy when he online retail -- releases earnings Amazon has been going through a massive investment. -- which -- -- bottom line in the past year Wall Street has gained some comfort from steps to regain profitability like. And is on increasing prices for third party merchants but investors want to see warm moves and direction. And Thursday will be -- busiest paper in this week on the radar fifty companies from the S&P 500 so the number of firms topping estimates is just below the average of the last four quarters. You can blame year up for that. Highlights include Dow Chemical Dunkin' brands Exxon -- International Paper three and sprint and not attack after the close -- Starbucks. And X media. If the return of Timothy Geithner the Treasury Secretary gets another chance to defend his role in the Libor rate fixing scandal. When he appears before a senate panel Wednesday he told a house committee he was aware of a problem in 2008 and alerted the appropriate authorities. Hey got ahead down in the dumps about manufacturing. We don't expect the cost to list and many times and I have parts of durable goods are set to only show a slight rise in June the sector is being beaten down by slow global growth. And uncertainties. And stay with insider and writers TV throughout the week for more expert analysis. Stories light. That means you can catch insider on Twitter at Reuters Insider. Check out our -- YouTube channel had -- dot com writers TV. Mom this is very.

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U.S. Day Ahead: Zuckerberg could be a no show on FB's call

Wednesday, July 25, 2012 - 02:58