U.S. Day Ahead: Herbalife aims to calm concerns in call
Tuesday, February 19, 2013 - 03:15
Feb. 19 - Herbalife will hold an earnings conference call tomorrow morning after the nutritional supplement-maker reported record fourth-quarter results and raised its guidance for 2013.
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The controversial nutritional supplement maker Herbalife closed up over to -- percent ahead of its earnings release. More important will be the company conference call tomorrow morning at 11 AM eastern. Pay attention to any talks of a new buyback program on the believes its shares are undervalued. Carl I constant buyer well it'll act and think you know why billion dollar short position in the company stock. But the third point Dan Logue who -- and his investment in Herbalife early last month announced he had trimmed his state in recent weeks. That's according to an SEC filing. What tomorrow will sift through the minutes of the Federal Reserve's January policy meeting. Any hint of growing dissent among the Fed officials over buying 85 billion in treasuries. Per month could hit the bond and stock market minutes of the Fed's December meeting showed that several policy makers wanted to slow or halt the buying. Well before the end of 2013. Coincidentally. Five billion dollars also represents a total of across the board spending cuts that could take back on -- the first. Investor interests -- US treasuries has written and on fear is that sequestration and it could do you -- the economic recovery. Following the release that officials will hit the podiums and media outlets around the country including Dallas fed president Richard Fisher. -- our exclusive area with the well known -- hop on insider at 11 AM eastern on Thursday. Told brother is the largest luxury home builder in the US post results tomorrow. Analysts polled by -- my feeling bullish forecasting at 6% -- on earnings per share eleven cents. The company sought orders rise sharply in the last quarter and home builder may have even more room to run higher. Investing blog Motley Fool notes that hold high and clientele cameras were unharmed from modest tax increases and may continue their buying spree. Looking at stock it has soared 56%. Since the same time last year. We'll keep being with real estate we've got some housing data out tomorrow. Surge are expected to drop its hat in January after jumping over 12% in December. That was the highest level since June 2008. Also on the docket a report on producer prices. That's expected to show a -- -- point 4% in January after leveling off for three street and also out tomorrow it's something that may interest for kids. Investors the light Sony is expected to unveil the successor of the PlayStation 3 video game console at first major PlayStation meeting -- -- years. It had more than six years since Sony launched the PS3 home console and the video games market has changed quite a bit. And -- an expert at Harvard opportunity expect tablets and other more about devices to match the graphics quality up to date at home games this -- 2014. Advancements that could potentially render home consoles obsolete. That's it for now you can catch us on Twitter later than -- and catch more of our great videos at Reuters dot com slash writers TV I'm ready mom and it is greater.
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