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U.S. Day Ahead: Walt Disney leaves Carter behind

Monday, May 07, 2012 - 02:10

Theme parks and cable networks to drive Walt Disney Company's Q2 earnings after the film ''John Carter'' flopped. DirectTV also reports.

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Adventures. Jeanette Harris with a vengeance and entertainment giant Walt Disney -- that you wrote about in the second quarter. For the first quarter it will have to acknowledge that this after a -- -- called John Carter Reuters correspondent Lisa -- has more to me here. Nice on his mom and mark's movie John Carter. The company every morning to tell us about 209 times -- From the rest of the company is holding up well -- investors will be looking at you hard you know which has done very well even on the economy's been up and down. And then media networks is Afghanistan's on advertising of the we'll look at that and getting cable businesses how to present company. DirecTV also reports earnings revenue -- -- expected to rise than 100000. New subscribers. Added in the first quarter but even with those gains subscriber growth is slowing in the US so investors will want to hear about Latin America. That's for DirecTV is expanding into more countries and adding hundreds of thousands of new customers other companies reporting resolves harmful some hours International Flavors & Fragrances. How carefree and Tenet Healthcare. Economic reports tomorrow night that it look at -- that was weekly chain stores coming out in the morning investors. We'll also be looking for the release of the gate of small business sentiment because the prior month. Optimism and showed its first decline in six months. With -- this spotlight New York fed president William Dudley will be in -- -- -- participating in a panel at the Swiss National Bank IMF conference. To let it affect president tackle local issues that -- -- lack of its its community college in North Carolina. About it workforce development program. Well Richard Fisher speaks at an economic growth conference being down this. After day. Pitching his may IPO in the Big Apple and FaceBook founder Mark Zuckerberg is taking his graduate of Boston that he will meet with -- prospective investors early morning at 715. Just in time program. I'm Rhonda -- this is writers.

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U.S. Day Ahead: Walt Disney leaves Carter behind

Monday, May 07, 2012 - 02:10