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On the -- In the morning every line of Fox Business exclusive the FCC has launched a probe -- his former Citigroup CEO Vikram Pandit messy departure.
And whether city's board adequately disclose the CEOs ouster.
Well a source tells us the inquiry is still in -- it does show the commission is interested in the circumstances surrounding -- departure.
Both candid and cities chairman Michael O'Neill said it was -- ideally the bank.
But Fox Business was first to report that the day before his resignation.
The -- told -- they wanted him out having lost confidence in his ability to lead as Citigroup spokeswoman had no comment but also did not deny.
The SEC's interest in the matter.
-- -- AT&T are slightly higher in the premarket after the company's third quarter earnings grows from last year.
The company reported an adjusted profit of 62 cents a share two cents above the estimates but revenue of 31 point five billion dollars came in short of expectations.
AT&T says four point seven million iphones were activated during the quarter and it was a record quarter for sales of android and windows Smartphones.
Meanwhile Boeing is reporting a profit of one dollar 35 cents a share beating the estimate for a dollar thirteen.
While revenue came in at twenty point 01 billion dollars.
More or less in line the estimate there was for twenty point 03 billion.
Well -- getting earnings it from doctor pepper snapple group this morning -- beverage giant.
Is reporting 84 cents a share beating -- estimate for 77 cents a share.
While revenue came in just shy at one point 53 billion dollars the estimate was for one point 56 billion.
Checking markets now here in the US futures are in the green across the board Dow futures are up by 35.
Yes and he's up by five and the NASDAQ up eight in Europe German business confidence fell more than expected in eurozone PMI came in below the estimate is -- markets there.
Are shaking off little bit -- -- -- up by twelve.
Paris is up by fifteen and Frankfurt's up by 2.2.
Now let's get a closer look at what's moving those markets have -- girl a market analyst at Al Arian -- -- -- Bank of England is saying UK and other major economies will remain weak until banks have sufficient capital to absorb likely future losses from bad -- -- seems to be trying to get creditors across the board to sort of except.
Losses or at least accept the idea of accepting losses but do you think eleven Andy -- here.
And spit on -- I mean I think this is a problem that -- -- for the last 33 is across the globe remain in the legal to the financial crisis in 2000 night.
Banks work criticized for lending too -- and -- in north.
At space capsule so another was stepson see them actually as OPEC hostile -- -- being criticized for not lending and often hopefully this funding for lending scheme.
Can help improve this -- I think they're gonna continue -- sized at least for the next few years until we start to get.
Becoming -- -- a study both in.
And another big you'll be watching today ECB president Mario Draghi is going before Germany's Parliament to defend the bank's bond buying program.
-- middle -- you have been split on this for quite some time and then again Germany kind of have to deal with that so how do you expect to -- to play out.
But don't expect -- was a change from perfectly honest and I think these cities in stand firm with that assessment and it's not at -- being Goldman's that it's just.
Acting as a box -- -- the countries such as Spain and Italy but don't expect an extra amounts BI theory if nothing they -- -- Remained resistant to it and -- thing I don't think anything's really gonna change.
All right that's -- -- market analyst at up Ari thanks I get stuck in.
And -- -- getting earnings in now from US Airways the carriers reporting an adjusted profit.
Of 98 cents a share beating the estimate for 92 cents while revenue came in at 3.5 three billion dollars -- estimate there.
Was for 3.5 five billion shares of Microsoft are also slightly lower in premarket trading and -- regulators.
Are charging the software company today with breaching a 2009 order to offer a choice of web browsers to consumers on its Windows 7 operating system.
Microsoft agreed to the ordered three years ago to settle an antitrust investigation with the European commission and avoid a penalty.
But the EU commission which acts as an antitrust watchdog in the EU.
Set in July that Microsoft had not complied with that order Microsoft blamed -- on its collapse it's I should say on a technical problem.
At a Federal Reserve expected to stick to its bond buying program when it releases its latest monetary colleague to -- policy decision.
Later today the Central Bank unveiled the -- -- program to buy forty billion dollars of mortgage debt per month.
Dubbed QE3 at its meeting last month the goal that plan is to tackle the high unemployment rate.
While that figure fell to seven point 8% last month some analysts think the Fed.
We'll wait until at least December to make any changes to the planned fox -- coverage of the Fed decision begins at 2 PM but the decision itself due -- at 215.
Here's a look at commodities now we're seeing oil and gold that back in mixed territory gold is back in the red down by about twenty cents that I -- see a black.
Oil fill up by about sixteen cents.
Coming up this -- -- is guests will be Senator John McCain and now here's the I man on Fox Business.
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