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Here's what's happened so far this week and what to watch out for before the business weekend.
I'm Christina Scotty and this is the Wednesday wrap up.
It's been -- bullish week on Wall Street so far with all the mean major indices posting gains above the Dow has dipped slightly by mid day today.
The rally was sparked by -- have earnings from the likes of Goldman Sachs and Johnson & Johnson.
On the flip side gold fell by one point 26% on Monday its biggest drop since July as stronger US economic data -- merged.
But today gold backed up and an analyst at HSBC predicted it would hit 19100 dollars an ounce by year end.
The shocker of the week came yesterday as Vikram Pandit was ousted as CEO of Citigroup he'll be replaced by Citi veteran Michael Corbett.
And -- departure follows a series of high profile setbacks this year and reported clashes with the board.
About the direction of the country's third largest bank.
And -- President Obama who was widely criticized in the first debate.
Came back last night for a fiery performance during a contentious second debate with governor Mitt Romney among the big names reporting third quarter earnings today.
Bank of America squeezed -- a profit and PepsiCo exceeded expectations.
American Express today report after the bell.
On Thursday Morgan Stanley and Blackstone released their earnings and on Friday corporate giants GE and McDonald's -- -- numbers.
Also on Thursday the weekly unemployment numbers that are being so closely watched before the election and continuing -- out from the presidential debate.
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