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Look at the markets the day after record setting US rally powered by comments.
From Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke Asian markets closed mostly lower on concerns about China's GDP report.
Which is due Monday Japan's Nikkei bucked the trend of finishing.
Higher there -- a small percentage of Shanghai was down.
Almost 2% in Europe -- there are higher for a fifth day now we've got London up 24 Paris is up nine points Frankfurt's at 65.
Here in the US that we are seeing red across the board Dow futures -- down by six.
Isn't he's down not even -- point the nasdaq's down about one.
-- yesterday signals from the Fed reserve that it will keep its easy money policies in place sent the Dow up 169.
To close at 151460.
S&P jumped 22 points to record 1675.
The NASDAQ gained one point 6% hitting -- new 52 week high.
Earnings season for the nice kicks off this morning when we hear from JPMorgan Chase and Wells Fargo.
JPMorgan Chase is expected to report a profit of one dollar 44 cents a share on revenue.
Of 44 point 84 billion dollars.
Analysts say the recent market sell off driven by an interest in increase in rates in treasury bonds could be positive.
For the firm's fixed income business -- looking.
The lower credit losses that report crosses at 7 o'clock eastern an hour later we'll hear from Wells Fargo that company.
Is the country's biggest mortgage originate -- -- can which can give us a look.
At lending profits for the industry Wells Fargo is expected to report a profit of 93 cents a share.
On revenue of 21 point 21 billion dollars.
Activist investor Carl Icahn reportedly will sweeten his buyout offer for Dell this morning.
I thought is expected to -- a warrant to his fourteen dollar per share tender offer.
Which will allow investors to acquire more shares the company in the future.
The news sent Dell's stock higher in extended trading increased bid would mark icons latest effort to.
Michael Dell's 24 point four billion dollar buyout offer that's set to go before shareholders for a vote next week.
Here's a look at commodities now watching oil and -- for you as usual this morning we do have red arrows there oil --
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