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-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Fox Business -- markets around the world falling this morning on worries that Portugal could be the next Greece.
S&P downgraded Greece's bonds to junk status yesterday cutting Portugal two notches.
Goldman Sachs CEO main town Lloyd Blankfein and other former and current executives there.
Defending the company's action yesterday in eleven -- senate hearing.
Senators attacking the company for allegedly misleading investors about the quality of mortgage -- that it was selling.
But -- exacts insisting those investors were sophisticated banks who understood the risk and knew what they were buying.
And Dow Chemical talking up a global economic recovery in the company's latest earnings report Dell reporting first quarter earnings of 43 cents a share.
That beat expectations by thirteen cents revenue also coming in better than expected at thirteen point.
42 billion dollars Dell says it sees signs of a sustainable upturn.
In the global economy.
And we have a slurry.
Of earnings coming out this morning Comcast out.
With 31 cents a share on contest that is one penny ahead of expectations.
And also Sprint Nextel out with our earnings.
But not earning money actually losing money and the most recent quarter loss of seventeen cents a share that is in line with expectations.
Revenue and -- better than expected however eight.
Billion dollars so we'll see how the markets digest.
All of this earnings news let's look at it we see green on the screen Dow futures up twelve trying to come back from that more than 200 point loss yesterday.
Stay with this everybody Imus in the morning continues right here on the Fox Business Network.
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