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I'm on the -- Good morning everyone shares -- Research in -- are moving higher in the premarket after the company announced that both of its co CEOs are stepping down.
-- this deadly and Michael as a read -- say after twenty years of running the company that brought us the Blackberry maker.
They'll turn over control to Thorsten Hynes.
-- the former Siemens executive joined rim in 2007 and served most recently as chief operating officer for software hardware and sales.
Both the silly and the as a -- is we'll also give up their titles as co chairman.
But we'll stay on as directors the move comes amid heavy investor criticism over problems including re occurring email blackouts.
And -- stock price.
The issues that fueled speculation of the potential sailor takeover but look the silly and the as a -- is have repeatedly said they weren't interested in selling the company.
We're getting Arrington from Halliburton now the oil services companies reporting a profit of a dollar per share from continuing operations excluding items the estimate there -- for 99 cents.
Revenue of seven point one billion dollars is -- beat the estimate there was for six point 83 billion.
Checking the markets now here in the US futures have -- in the -- across the board for most today right now we're seeing Dow futures up for 2.5.
Yes -- he's up by about one and the nasdaq's up roughly three point over in Europe talks between Greece and international bond holders appear to have reached an impasse over the weekend.
Ahead at today's meeting with Euro zone finance ministers where the country's next rescue payment.
Is to be discussed stocks in Europe are up across the board.
-- up by 37 Paris is up about twenty.
And -- up by 32 now with more on what's moving those markets.
Joining me now about -- senior market analyst James Hughes James we have -- time prime minister Mario Monti calling for the eurozone to double the size of the region's permanent bailout fund.
How much of an impact will this have if it is approved.
But if it's approved I think it will have a of C -- -- impacts and of course it will.
It -- have that mixed -- as we always get with these things because it's one it's increased and it lends a hand that the things a bit better quicker.
But it also means that things that might be a little bit worse than expected but of course.
With kind of a couple of stories this morning already saying the that.
They don't need to increase the end of this -- -- it more hearsay than anything else.
I think it goes back to the whole thing with this going on of these Euro zone of the -- and is that everything we hear.
Is -- everything we hear is someone having a statement about something and and we could even tell by the way the markets are reacting at the mine and is that.
There are a little bit -- the market becoming numb to this sort of news nowadays -- it.
When it comes to the Arizona this is concrete news no concrete -- -- That is into the market doesn't necessarily a cast of this -- -- gonna want to see that actually a decision yet -- not -- before the markets who decides.
-- and we have those euros on finance ministers' meeting today as it appears that Greece negotiators have hit an impasse so what we expect out of this meeting.
But I think no -- necessarily surprised that these talks have broken down yet again and you have to remember back in July.
Also we would -- about 21% -- now it's a bit about sixty to 75% -- -- -- it's great that there's a massive increase.
And you can see why they wouldn't they.
-- cited admit that quite reluctant to not have -- but I think hello people we were hoping we get resolution by the end of today's amazing -- -- necessary looks likely now.
And of course we running out of time because it's fourteen billion euros as.
Payment is June at the end of march -- something needs to happen soon but this is the same amount story that's been going on for a long time.
Talks happen by breakdown we get into more folks and inevitably they breakdowns are yet again until we he concrete news of either yes -- not -- with the market -- into the night -- -- out I think people becoming a -- -- of this now we want some concrete Dyson.
I read a lot of -- we'll see if we get some action today thanks -- gains.
And gas producer -- is buying private oil and gas company according -- energy for two point 85 billion dollars in cash and stock.
The move on public patchy expanded land holdings and its president in the energy -- Anadarko basin in Oklahoma and Texas the deal's expected to close in the second quarter.
And now look at the latest on weather -- meteorologist Maria Molina and our Fox Business by the senate primary and.
-- good mornings and in today early this morning were already tracking a very dangerous storm system on the backside of the system we're actually seeing some light snow.
And some areas of freezing rain across parts of the upper midwest and ahead of this system to the south.
We do have that risk for severe weather we've already had a number are reports of -- 150 of them.
A severe weather across parts of the south and right now there are several thunderstorms that could have.
Potentially a tornado on the ground so of course is a tornado watch in effect until 10 AM.
Central time in a tornado warning until fifteen past hours of you live in Talladega county police seek shelter immediately otherwise this storm system continued -- -- -- I Maria thank you.
Let's take a look at commodities now oil and gold are both up Imus in the morning continues right now on Fox Business.
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