April 1 - IFR expects auto sales to surge to 15.7 mln for March and feeling the Fed's pulse with a roster of speakers on the economy.
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US auto makers are -- to report sales tomorrow and fifteen million is the magic number I have our critics sales what's hot -- for it straight month. -- Not good news for Detroit but also bring US. Consumers. Tomorrow will be particularly looking at GM and Ford sales at any time how the pickup truck segment is doing so. -- most lucrative segment for the industry. Housing starts and threw it. GM important theme improvements in Afghanistan and are looking at the pac ten. -- The F and spending tapers -- it Mimi the good times could come to went up rocks and for more guidance on its future plans check out tomorrow's roster of speakers. From North Dakota to Virginia and the -- -- will offer their economic outlook. Lee and not many bullets at president -- -- -- Kodak has gone from being an. Because of tighter policy until -- entirely of the opposition in his three years in charge. Actually he said even if the unemployment rate falls below six point 5%. The fact we don't leave interest rate near zero. And how few weeks have been Blackberry. Apple down we'll continue now we'll keep an eye on both those stocks Blackberry shares on terror today up over 6% at one point. Under reading them green on the other hand down 2%. One of the biggest investors fidelity Contra -- trimming its position in the stock. And Tim Cook doling out his second apology an ear and it -- time to Chinese consumers over warranty terms. If you remember the last time when apple now is nice apology maybe ten investors who have -- -- -- all 23%. U 2013. We'll expect to hear more about tomorrow on FaceBook and current event scheduled for Thursday tech blog -- worried policeman and -- an HTC are working on loan could mean admits. Hit an S special FaceBook app that will not be available anywhere else and will I eat ice on your home. All on Twitter and Reuters Insider get warmer green and that Reuters dot com slash writers TV I'm putting on this is every year.
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