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I'm sort of given some of the big earnings reports that -- about this morning Verizon posting a third quarter adjusted profit of 56 cents a share couple cents above the estimate for -- revenue nearly twice six and have billion dollars just able to beat expectations and the company said.
It will start selling Apple's iPad at its stores.
Come next Thursday Honeywell also out of its numbers this morning for the third quarter.
The profit there works out to 64 cents a share two cents.
Above the estimate revenue also beat expectations.
Nearly eight point four billion dollars and sales suffer Honeywell stocks a little lower did raise its earnings outlook.
As well for the for the full year 2010 -- make 600 million dollar cash contribution to its pension plan.
In the fourth quarter as well now to some other top stories as President Obama talking about jobs -- mr.
Steve Jobs the apple CEO had a meeting in San Francisco yesterday with the president and Robert Gibbs the white house Press Secretary said they did talk about ways to increase job creation also talking about American competitiveness.
President spending the next few days out west stumping for candidates and number of western states.
A public employees union is now the biggest outside spender in this election season.
-- the Wall Street Journal the American federation of state county and municipal employees spending a total of 87 and a half million dollars in support of democratic candidates.
Tops the chamber of commerce also topsy AFL CIO.
Who are the other big campaign spenders.
And Google reportedly in talks at three television networks blocking access to their web sites on Google TV.
ABC CBS and NBC preventing Google TV users.
From watching full length shows that Google TV you let's users get web content through their TV screens but the networks are concerned.
That would cost and then.
On some advertising -- so they're not allowing it set to happen aren't well now let's go to some market numbers and check -- on how the futures are shaping up and we have less than an hour ago.
-- half an hour ago.
Until the opening bell rings on Wall Street and with better than expected earnings in from the likes of -- and Honeywell that we went through a moment ago the futures are pointing to the possibility that open will be.
A higher one Dow futures up right now by 31 points were Seagates as well for NASDAQ-100.
And S&P 500 futures the European markets had been lower earlier this morning but then slowly started to get things turned around.
Still down a tenth of 1% in the London market but -- -- now.
In both Paris and Frankfurt.
Commodities with the dollar being the focus and it's flat ahead of the G-20 meeting this weekend at South Korea.
Gold after being down a bit little bit now up a little bit of 2 dollars this morning and -- and oil's been up all morning long.
It's up by more than 1% almost 82 bucks stay with us here on Fox Business -- and company is stuck coming up.
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