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U.S. Day Ahead: Great expectations for Facebook

Tuesday, Jul 23, 2013 - 02:16

July 23 - Analysts will be looking for a big increase in mobile ad revenues and the adoption of new products like Instagram video when Facebook reports results on Wednesday

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Wednesday is all about earnings and I'm very controversial shareholder of if you've ongoing profits would be hurt by problems with the 787 dreamliner. Think again. Earnings are expected to jump as delivery of the 787 racked up record production and delivery -- and other athletes are also helping out. Investors will be watching for how much -- spent on stock buybacks estimates are for one and a half million to two billion dollars. And of course how the company plans on managing fallout from the recent Asian airlines crash and fire on an Ethiopian airline 780s happen. The stocks at record levels -- 39% so far this year and also look -- for second quarter earnings from delta US Airways and spirit there. For Ford it's all about pick up trucks and expect the second largest US carmaker to report earnings of 37 cents a share. Up from thirty cent a year ago -- profits will be driven by strong performance and demand of its F series pickup trucks and improvement in Asia business. Don't be surprised at Ford beats the street the stocks up 85% in the last year near 52 week highs. We'll have a live interview with -- chief financial officer and what is insider at 135 tomorrow to get reaction to earnings. And your top story what will Mark Zuckerberg say when FaceBook comes out with second quarter earnings. Analysts are hoping for revenues of one point six billion dollars a 37% increase over last year. And earnings per share a fourteen cents up from twelve cents. Despite the stunning numbers -- -- still hasn't gotten back up to its IPO -- -- 38 dollars and is down 31% six. For that to change the street we'll have to see one growing -- about revenues. And to -- -- for adoption rate of new products like in Japan video and how that translates to revenues. And stay tuned for another round of the Tug of war between Michael -- are alike want to -- who -- control of the troubled computer company Dell. You can follow us on Twitter at Reuters Insider and watch more videos and -- dot com slash Reuters TV. I'm just trying to -- and did his --

U.S. Day Ahead: Great expectations for Facebook

Tuesday, Jul 23, 2013 - 02:16

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