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U.S. Morning Call: Markets turn to global policy makers

Monday, July 30, 2012 - 02:48

July 30 - Ahead of meetings this week, global markets looking at the Fed and the ECB for more monetary easing

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Central banks in the limelight and tech titans got a court. He got US morning call this Monday global markets looking for the day and ECB to more monetary easing as they meet this week investors hoping for ECB had Marriott -- to follow through his bold words from last week and put that into action. The -- which starts today meeting on Tuesday is unlikely to act yet. Traders to expect these guys on house in Q3 maybe heading their way. Meanwhile US Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner is traveling to Germany today to meet with jockey and German finance minister -- To discuss the European debt crisis. US stock futures trading slightly today -- -- -- -- there's a thousand points for the first time since today. Europe's biggest bank HSBC. Taking a hit this morning after reporting 3%. On profit. Thanks see you apologizing for embarrassing mistakes the united anti laundering controls in the US Mexico. Which make up the bank as much as two billion dollars in fines in reimbursements. HSBC solves the -- investigated in the live or scandal which has rocked the sector. Shares of HSBC you are trading mostly flat on the London Stock Exchange today. In stocks to watch today shares of -- that are trading slightly in the market. After plunging to an all time low on Friday a day after the company's first earnings report disappoint investors. This morning lows with talent energy reported drop in second quarter. Mainly due to lower earnings at 50%. Diamond Offshore Drilling. Also keep in shares of bank holdings birds CIT group. The firm reported a net loss of 71 million in second quarter results this morning. And now let's turn to Silicon Valley where tech titans apple and Samsung are hate that awkward for 81. Ohio State's -- at this house let it play out. Apple will try to -- -- -- products hardly and copies of its iPhone iPad. And it Samsung isn't expected to fight back saying apple was attempting to competition. -- could potentially be a ban on US sales of its galaxy Smartphones and tablet computers. Threatening its supremacy in the fast growing market. State to the trial is expected to last. Week's. Stop trading down slightly in market that -- morning call this Monday you can follow us on Twitter at lakers insider and check our viewers to -- at Reuters dot com slash Reuters. I'm Lisa -- this is writers.

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U.S. Morning Call: Markets turn to global policy makers

Monday, July 30, 2012 - 02:48