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And Diana -- a General Electric -- confirming its outlook for continued double digit revenue growth in its global regions for 2012 and 2013.
The guidance comes ahead of an investor meeting where GE will present its global outlook and long term global growth plans.
Meanwhile Super Tuesday proved to be just that -- former governor Mitt Romney as he boosted his delegate lead in the race.
For the Republican presidential nomination fox business's Peter Barnes in Ohio which is one of the big battlegrounds.
In the ten state competition and Peter had a -- candidates there.
Our plan as you said Romney did have pretty well us -- -- six of the ten contest last night -- boosted is that delegate count up to over 400 so -- about a third of the way there but.
Other candidates also picked up delegates last night -- -- -- -- Gingrich a particular.
We're also looking at some of the exit polling ban on -- give you some of that and and does talk a little bit first about Ohio itself -- The vote the Republican voters here 45% of them have a college degree.
68% of them earned 50000 dollars a year.
-- or more at 54% -- the top issue for them yesterday was the economy without looking at Romney's strengths and what help him helped him win here.
I got 38% of the overall vote last night but he got 43% of the college graduates 39% of those who make 50000 dollars a year or more.
Nearly half of those -- make over a 100000.
Dollars a year and for for our Romney -- 41%.
Said the economy was the top issue so he he top that there -- also electability.
He could defeat Obama President Obama and the fall.
Rick Santorum the not Romney in this statement.
Taking advantage of his message of -- social conservatism and done and evangelical.
I don't go positions for those voters who said that abortion was the number one issue they got 66%.
He got 40% of the vote of for those who said that it was important that they're candidate shared their religious beliefs a great deal -- somewhat.
-- dirt we're strong Tea Party supporters then.
Hi Peter thanks.
And now let's take a look at the market that -- yesterday's big sell -- we're seeing a boost here in the US futures -- in the Green across the board.
Averages are up by 57 yes and he's up by six in the nasdaq's up by thirteen.
Over in Europe investors are staying cautious ahead of tomorrow's deadline over Greece's debt swap deal.
But stocks are in the Green London's up by 21 Paris is up almost 26 and Frankfurt up by 22 now let's take a closer look.
And what's moving those markets with IG markets sales trader will he know over in London well Greece is ramping up the pressure on bond holders to participate in this -- swap.
Warning there will be no money available for them if they don't participate to this inspire confidence are more concerned about the prospect this deal.
This morning -- well I think -- -- -- inspiring a little bit more who worry.
For the next few days because if if if invests all forced into this debt swap without consent and that that -- -- -- she could -- the CDS is we have out.
Fallen on the on the Greek debt deal and that is -- on -- -- to retire and how that's gonna really affect.
Anti -- into the rest of the year is -- An -- ahead of the deadline for that swap you have France's Societe Generale saying it will take part in it.
How important is it for this deal -- to have stopped and commit to it.
Well as a result you don't see one of the big French banks that hasn't as a large exposure to decrease deal.
We've seen already the Greek banks are getting on board and our country this'll help some of the other -- -- the European institutions haven't already signed up.
It's a -- I don't fool because.
Well received as a management for the contagion risk is really -- -- to see of the French banks getting involved that about -- -- -- thing good thing for the market but what it said it.
It's still a little bit of -- worry that some investors might be forced into this deal.
I well thanks a lot that's looking over at IG.
And we're getting -- -- now from CNN the maker of networking equipment is reporting quarterly results.
And it doesn't loss of seventeen cents a share the -- it was for five and revenue came in at 416.
Point seven million dollars the estimate was for 417.
Point 17 million.
Meanwhile Wall Street and the tech world will be keeping a close -- and San Francisco today as apple holds one of its highly -- events.
Where we're expecting to get a new iPad Fox Business is Robert -- in our newsroom with a preview.
Robert credit features are we expecting to see in the -- thirty or possibly get the -- -- DA the other name.
-- -- -- Yeah absolutely Diane well -- -- to run a lot faster all those new four GR LTE networks have Verizon and AT&T -- rolled out.
No the -- of course is that people watch more -- is that -- help the carriers out what the -- and also get people that sets by these more expensive models that Wi-Fi models have been the most expensive before.
We'll have more on it for you throughout the day they're Diane back to your.
All right -- thanks a lot.
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