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U.S. Day Ahead: How scary can rates get Jamie Dimon?

Monday, June 10, 2013 - 02:11

June 10 - JPM investors will focus on anything CEO Jamie Dimon says about rising interest rates after he warned of more volatility to come.

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JPMorgan -- Jamie Dimon faces investors and what's likely to be his last public appearance before earnings in mid July. Our Reuters finance team says expect him to be upbeat on housing and the economy. -- attention to what he says on rising interest rates at a fortune form in China earlier this month. Keep that as rates go back up to normal levels things -- gets scary and volatile. Not a science he could be right to the ten year yield is close to a fourteen month high as traders fret over that stimulus. And the FIP 500 closed 3% below its all time record and only me. Investors wanna know how CEO Mark Zuckerberg can get the market to light FaceBook war at its first ever shareholder meeting. Its shares are still 40% below its IPO price they did get a boost on Monday after Stiefel Nicolaus raised its rating on the social networking site to apply. Analysts said that companies making more money out of its users. Mobile revenue made up 30% of Facebook's ad sales in the first quarter compared to roughly 23%. In the previous quarter. For more check out tech. Expect Yum! Brands sales in China to rebound after being hit by food safety scares and bird flu. Analysts at Bank of America and -- links say the sales could only fall by 10% in May after taking nearly 30% in the previous month. Investors are betting on a turnaround -- has soared nearly 30%. In the last year. And keep an eye out all Lulu lemon shares they tumbled nearly 8% in after hours trading after -- CEO Christine day said she was leaving the company. The yoga gear maker reported slightly better than expected earnings but also announced it was delisting from the Toronto Stock Exchange. And how wide giving cash to strangers online could actually be a good idea writers Fred Katayama explains how you can play thinker lending money to people and getting much fatter returned and the interest that banks offer. Follow us on Twitter at Reuters Insider and get more of our video that Reuters dot com slash Reuters TV I hope that you mom passes --

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U.S. Day Ahead: How scary can rates get Jamie Dimon?

Monday, June 10, 2013 - 02:11