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U.S. Week Ahead: Investors to dissect every Fed word

Friday, Jun 14, 2013 - 02:13

June 14 - The FOMC holds its two day meeting starting Tuesday. Anxious investors will parse every word of the Fed's statement on the state of QE tapering.

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I'm hurting mom here is your countdown of the three big stories you need to know for next -- In third place raiders host the global technology summit in San Francisco and Singapore Monday through Thursday. Industry leader and new Internet entrepreneurs will share their thoughts on the latest web trends. Headliners include Yahoo! CEO Marissa Mayer -- Elon Musk and Facebook's C oh Sheryl Sandberg. Other speakers include the exacts from eBay and that bright PayPal Netflix and -- You can catch the latest interviews and headlines from the summit at Reuters underscores. -- It at number two will have -- housing data early in the week and it should be positive. Both housing starts and existing home sales are expected to have improved in May housing starts are estimated to increase by 100000 units. And existing home sales should see a 1% uptick. Home builders' sentiment is also seen writing more signs the housing recovery remains on track. Listen for any news on concerns over a recent increase in mortgage rates which could hinder growth. And the -- of that for next week is the two day FOMC meeting beginning Tuesday fed chair Ben Bernanke speaks on Wednesday after the meeting. In his last testimony he said if the -- saw a sustainable improvement in the US economy it might scale back its stimulus. Analysts are not expecting the Fed to announce to roll back up its bond buying program in the next few weeks. But they will be poring over the language of the committee's statement for clues on the future of Huey. And if you're planning on going to the movies next Friday. It's fifty dollars for a movie tickets now on. Paramount along with the regal cinema and is introducing a mega ticket for Brad -- world war -- out on Friday. This summer is set to be the biggest box office season yet for 3-D movies with analysts expecting more than five billion dollars in domestic sales. Be sure to bring extra bots drinks are not included in the deal. Follow us on Twitter at Reuters Insider again more of our video that Reuters dot com slash -- TV. I'm -- mom this is sports.

U.S. Week Ahead: Investors to dissect every Fed word

Friday, Jun 14, 2013 - 02:13

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