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Good morning everyone President Obama and then -- -- -- for their third and final debate in Boca Raton Florida now both candidates.
Has spent the last -- few days preparing for the face -- which will focus on foreign policy.
And with fifteen days left until the election the race appears to be tied.
With the president and a former governor both of 47%.
At a Wall Street Journal NBC news poll of likely voters released yesterday.
Have live coverage of the debate starting at 8 PM the debate itself starts at nine.
The earnings meanwhile keep coming more than 150.
S&P 500 companies along with eight Dow components.
Are scheduled to report -- of the earnings this week.
As for today's big -- Caterpillar is expected to report a profit of two dollars 22 cents a share on revenue of sixteen point seven billion dollars.
Hasbro is estimated to -- -- dollar twenty a share on revenue of one point 38 billion dollars and after the bell.
This afternoon we'll get Yahoo!'s first earnings release under CEO Melissa -- along with results.
From Texas Instruments will have those reports in so many more as a numbers -- Checking the markets -- here in the US we are seeing -- in agreed across the board.
Dow futures are up by 44 the S and he's up by about six nasdaq's up seventeen.
In Europe Spanish prime minister Mariano Rajoy secured a and approval vote for his austerity drive in his home region yesterday possibly moving -- one step closer.
Asking for international aid stocks they're currently mixed in London up by about seven -- -- -- six the Frankfurt's back in the red now.
Down by about three let's take a closer look now what's moving the European markets with James Hughes senior market analyst at all -- in London.
-- you saw some election results over the weekend in Spain that backed prime minister Roy what does this do for his prospects of moving -- And with a possible bailout request.
Well I mean we get so many mixed messages satisfying that this support 11 side than we've got as soon Bryant somewhere else in this.
Without -- having an at one official is saying this claim will be off -- for -- out soon and will have a final minute finance minister coming out saying.
Spying don't need -- -- -- so I mean there's so many mixed messages that come out spine and -- -- I think.
That this supports.
President relays quiet sit and surprising to -- with in the Fridays at this vote of confidence Tuesday.
Is a positive sign it does I think moves in the -- -- -- It's all asking for this buyout of which I think most of us now I think that the -- do actually neat.
-- I think where is that causes it to seeing something along those -- I think it's just -- why the Euro zone crisis has unfold he's been uncertainty.
Austin added more uncertainty -- the EU summit was just.
Texas at the same top of summit Hussein's -- many times disappointment from that.
Coupled with mixed messages -- -- I think the shambles of the that the Euro -- crisis continues to be perfectly honest.
-- -- and now we senior market strength and so far this morning what do you think he's giving them that support.
I mean I think we've we've had been a mixed -- if we have with perfect -- -- but I I think -- looking towards.
This week in general and I think this this week we've got that you as US GDP numbers out later in the week -- -- that spit in he's from the news as this weekend which is pretty.
Pretty nondescript out of that summit.
I think we get it being boosted a little bit -- we've we've heard from president -- and and in spying.
And I think that it -- focused on what's gonna happen in the US later on this week we've got that the bites -- Diana earnings of course that is allowed dying on that could change.
All right that's James Hughes overhead -- -- thanks -- In Asia markets and the day mostly higher but they didn't start LA Fox Business contribute Katie sergeant.
Is on the phone with us now from Singapore to give us all the details on that hi -- Hi Daniel morning at -- a slight gains in Japan today at about a tenth of the put spent -- exporters were down on news that export.
Plunged ten point three per -- a -- from a year ago.
South Korea climbed steadily during the day but couldn't quite break into positive territory finished down a tenth of the -- that Hong Kong without an intense and the Shanghai composite finished content.
Finished up tick up -- -- spent time.
All right that's -- sergeant live from Singapore thanks -- -- talk to you.
Meanwhile Saudi prince Al Waleed bin -- -- says he believes Citigroup's CEO Vikram Pandit.
Did pretty good job in the past five years the prince says Citigroup is the world's only real global bank and has great potential.
And it was ousted last week along with the company's chief operating officer.
Here's a look at commodities now we're seeing oil and gold -- the upside this morning -- -- by about fifty cents and ninety dollars a barrel gold up about two -- at seventeen.