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U.S. Week Ahead: Facebook's fizzle could continue Monday

Friday, May 18, 2012 - 03:03

May 18 -It could be a case of wrong place, wrong time for Facebook when it resumes trading on Monday on the NASDAQ, according to Thomson Reuters' PeHub Editor Jonathan Marino.

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That they spoke story isn't going away after the stocks less exciting advance on its IPO debut Friday will watch to see if the price continues -- is well. FaceBook launched with Smart I treat languages. Opening up 11%. And it it on its IPO price more than half billion shares were traded that tonight PO record. Thomson Reuters PE Jonathan Perry says expect the social media titan that faces strong head winds on Monday. This could be a case of wrong place wrong time FaceBook. The NASDAQ has been underperforming the S&P 500 and the New York Stock Exchange for the last thirty days they're also confronts some headwinds coming from Europe next week. Talking JPMorgan -- Jamie Dimon may be opt for another really by investors on Monday -- -- -- -- Deutsche Bank conference in the market 9:30 AM the banks still faces probes by regulators and the FBI after a two billion dollar trading loss which could -- -- breaking news columnist Anthony carries as shareholders want more answers over what happened. Given what we've seen other banks during the crisis Weiner we believe these estimates that losses on this Portland yet. Secondly looking for a walk and -- Logan Thomas specifically to exit Cecil was happening again. -- a number of things. Stronger pool being the chairman and CEO roles bring some people in in a position to succeed him have more responsibility. And also may be definitely effect change in reporting -- the CIA -- Expect protests outside of Goldman Sachs shareholder meeting in New Jersey on Thursday numbers are still up in the air but inside the event investors probably -- CEO Lloyd Blankfein how long he plans to date ahead of the bank shareholders are also set to hold a vote on executive pay. The amount Goldman's bands on lobbying. We talent tech companies will dominate the talent of earnings of note Campbell's both Medtronic -- Chinese solar panel makers suntech Hewlett-Packard. Costco and Heinz. -- stand out the home improvement company has a high chance of beating estimates by a penny according to start mine -- it's time to focus on real estate specifically existing home sales. I have aren't as sales are expected to rise of four point 55 million units in April he just enough to keep inventory levels falling. Boosting the market lower mortgage rates. Also on the radar new home sales durable goods initial jobless claims in the final piece of the Reuters University of Michigan sentiment index. We can earmark calls for Q you went and dobbs takes the podium watch out for comment on monetary policy from the likes of Dennis Lockhart and William Dudley. The -- hop boys will come from there on the coda. Also Reuters Insider will have an exclusive interview with Saint Louis fed president James Bullard on Wednesday he recently called for a great. Of the big banks like JPMorgan. That's your week ahead follow us on Twitter at Reuters Insider -- brought -- -- -- this is writers.

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U.S. Week Ahead: Facebook's fizzle could continue Monday

Friday, May 18, 2012 - 03:03