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Imus in the morning program on the Fox Business.
Good -- a lot of bad things.
-- of the live look at the markets is that so far in the green today Asian markets closed higher.
After China's second quarter GDP came in at seven point 5% topping the first quarter.
And meeting expectations that's reducing fears of a sharp slowdown there -- was up 1%.
Into Japanese markets though not up on that -- that's because they were closed for a holiday in Europe though that data from China is giving stocks there a boost as well London's up.
Almost 44 -- is up almost thirty -- up almost forty here in the US futures are also trading in the green this morning Dow futures are up 34.
The recipes of three and a half the -- have seven and a half this after stocks ended the week with a new records.
The Dow rose three points -- 151464.
The S&P 500.
-- five points to a record 1680.
And if you look at the week the S&P 500 rose 3% its biggest weekly advance.
In seven months while the Dow added 2.2 percent and the NASDAQ gained 3.5 percent.
The S&P 500 and the Dow are now up 18% for the year while the NASDAQ up 19%.
It already -- continues today and another big bags recording of the -- group.
Reporting -- at 8 AM eastern time the firm's expected to report a profit of one dollar seventeen cents a share for the second quarter.
Up from one dollar per share a year ago.
Revenue is expected -- -- nineteen point 75 billion dollars compared to eighteen point six billion a year ago.
Besides the court of the numbers analysts say something to also look out for.
Is whether the bank is affected by a slowdown in emerging markets especially Mexico.
That's because -- operates in a number of countries that could -- On the company's results the bank announced -- 968 million dollar settlement with Fannie Mae for faulty mortgages sold before the financial crisis as well.
At the time the firm says the amount it would not be a charge in the second quarter and that reserves but cover the settlements will be keeping an eye out for them as well.
Meanwhile -- former Goldman Sachs bond trader faces a civil trial today in New York for -- tours accused of cheating investors in a package of mortgage based securities.
The securities exchange commission brought charges against Goldman and tour.
In July 2010.
Goldman Sachs agreed to pay 550 million dollars to settle the lawsuit three months later -- Still faces private litigation in the matter the SEC claims -- failed to tell investors a company led by hedge fund billionaire John Paulson.
Helped pick the assets for the securities they invested.
In even as the company bet against those assets -- line lawyers say that he's done nothing wrong.
Here's a look at commodities now watching on -- for this morning the next market -- -- down almost sixty cents a barrel gold up almost four bucks.
Imus in the morning starts right now on Fox Business.
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