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This is the Imus in the morning -- Program on Fox Business Network.
Good morning everyone has been a busy one for earnings Goldman Sachs has reported better than expected results of the third quarter profit.
Of two dollars and 85 cents -- share.
Revenue more than doubled from a year ago to eight point 35 billion dollars thanks to gains in stocks and bonds it holds as investments.
And investment banking revenue jumped 49%.
To one point one billion dollars Goldman also raised its quarterly dividend to fifty cents a share from 46 cents.
We also -- earnings in from J&J Johnson & Johnson reported better -- than expected earnings with an adjusted profit.
Of one dollar 25 cents a share beating the estimate for a dollar 21.
Revenue came in at seventeen point one billion dollars also beating the expectation there for sixteen point 97 billion.
Coca-Cola meanwhile made an adjusted profit of 51 cents a share in the third quarter Wright and line.
With the estimate while revenue came in at twelve point 34 billion that was short.
Of the twelve point four billion analysts were looking for.
Mattel on the other hand reported better than expected quarterly result across the board thanks to strong sales of its Fisher Price.
And American girl products the world's largest toy company says it made one dollar four cents a share and nickel above the street's forecast.
Our revenue climbed 4% from last year to 2.0 eight billion dollars just topping the estimates.
Battelle says its key brands which include Barbie and hot wheels are helping it build momentum.
Checking the markets now here in the US futures been in the green across the board all morning we are seeing them higher than we saw earlier though.
Dow futures are up by seven EDS and he's up by eight the nasdaq's up by thirteen.
German economic expectations rose this month.
To a reading of minus eleven point five that beat expectations.
Spain is also reportedly considering a request for line of credit.
From the European Union's new bailout mechanism stocks in Europe.
In the -- across the board as well London by about sixty Paris is up 48 and Frankfurt's -- triple digits.
Let's take a closer look at what's moving those markets -- Joseph Rundle.
Head of trading at -- capital in London -- UK inflation slowed to its lowest level in almost three years in September what do you for the prospect of stimulus.
From the Bank of England.
I think you really disagree -- the Bank of England to announce a further round of QE next next month.
-- the -- -- there was inflation has come down from 5% down two point eight so I think we'll probably see more stimulus and that's really positive for the UK economy.
And as I mentioned -- Spanish finance ministry official said today that Spain is considering requesting a line of credit from the European Union's bailout mechanism but he also said.
Not to expect any bailout request this week so what should investors make them.
I'm I think -- business payment coming to terms with the -- out gonna have to make this official -- -- and Ireland sought kids being delayed by other members of the your opinion in.
And we just insignificant but it needs a German lawmakers have said that -- -- -- tonight did.
Credit fool the Spanish government so I.
I think that's going to be another roadblock and they set -- I expect early next week we're -- GAAP bailout request and is driving the market's higher now not least.
All right there's the prediction from -- -- letting its capital thanks Jen.
And President Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney face off in their second debate tonight.
That -- take questions from the audience at a town hall format at Hofstra university in Hempstead New York.
Both men have been prepping for their rematch and the president's team is promising he'll be much more aggressive than he was the first time around enough fox -- feels good else.
We'll have live coverage starting at 8 PM in the debate itself starts at nines don't forget -- and meanwhile Yahoo! is -- to Google executive to be its chief operating officer.
According to an SEC filing and -- -- Castro will oversee Yahoo!'s global sales operations.
Media and business development and is set to earn a base salary of 600000 dollars with the potential to get up to 58 million.
In total compensation to Castro who oversaw advertising services for Google's publisher and commerce partners.
Is Yahoo!'s biggest personnel higher since CEO Marisa Mayer took the Helm in July.
Yahoo! is one of the world's most visited online sites.
-- revenue has declined in recent years amid competition from Google and FaceBook.
Amazon is putting up the hiring sign for the holidays the online retailer says it will bring on more than 50000 workers at its fulfillment centers.
Across the US adding that this year's number is up slightly from -- eleven.
Amazon also says it expects thousands of the temporary workers to stay on and full time positions.
Wal-Mart announced last month that it plans to hire more than 50000 seasonal workers as well.
Also up slightly from last year the target says it will hire between eighty and 90000 holiday workers down slightly from 2011.
Here's a quick look at commodities oil and gold dropped Imus in the morning continues right now.
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