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U.S. Day Ahead: Goldman could exceed expectations on trading

Monday, Jul 15, 2013 - 01:50

July 15 - Fixed income trading at other banks has held up in this recent bond sell-off and analysts expect Goldman Sachs to do better than expected. Analysts forecast earnings of $2.82 per share.

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Here's what you need to know -- Tuesday in at number three the Consumer Price Index comes out in the morning. The Labor Department is expected to report US consumer prices rose in June had gasoline prices pushed higher. But sluggish consumer demand could keep a lid on spending a Reuters poll shows CPI coming in at point 3% -- -- Next Yahoo! reports second quarter results. And he know if the mayor -- her first year at the company. During the years ten years Yahoo! has been on buying spree snapping up sixteenth start up including its one point one billion dollar acquisition of Tumblr. A Reuters poll shows and earnings per share estimate of thirty cents compared to a year ago of 27 cents. Despite Yahoo!'s gains since near became C Wall. Street analysts remain mixed on the stock with sixteen by twenty holds and -- self. Yahoo!'s plans for future acquisitions will also be on investors -- You're top story on the heels of Wells Fargo and Citigroup reporting a rise in profits while Goldman Sachs surprise investors. Looks like -- meet or beat forecasts. Analysts have been telling Reuters reporters that all -- may have weathered the volatility in the bond market based on the fixed income numbers from banks that have already reported. Also expects CFO Harvey Schwartz to talk about regulatory changes and shrinking trade volumes. Analysts predict Goldman's earnings will come in at two dollars and 82 cents a share compared with one dollar and me cents. At the same time last year. You can follow us on Twitter at -- and cider and get more of our video that Reuters dot com operators TB. I'm hurting mom this is greater.

U.S. Day Ahead: Goldman could exceed expectations on trading

Monday, Jul 15, 2013 - 01:50

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