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U.S. Day Ahead: Happy birthday Facebook!

Thursday, May 24, 2012 - 02:17

May 24 - It will be a week since Facebook launched last Friday, but not many people are celebrating. Reuters Breakingviews Columnist Antony Currie says the fallout is a lesson in making deals more open.

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Happy -- FaceBook why US consumers are still looking optimistic and there's more fuels the Fed's QE3 debates -- A week since Facebook's airlines but almost no one is celebrating. What started out with a bank later -- -- as the social network giant share price now for its IPO level. On top of that investors are still outraged over the NASDAQ fouling up orders. And Morgan Stanley is mired in controversy over how to handle the pricing. Rudd is breaking news columnist Nancy Currie says this could put pressure on making deals more transparent to the future. -- -- we -- it'll be other issues about them the banks and NASDAQ and harassment and real passion. Fueled retail investors to have the best accessible better access at least information. -- got to free up the ability the banks to publish research at the moment that leaking -- laps decent. Change that and he -- inflicted these banks take at least give reason investors better information. A key piece of data out of -- 10 -- -- Thomson Reuters university of Michigan's consumer sentiment index. According to IFR that we could see them growing optimism with a -- eat up slightly from the previous month. Boosting sentiment falling gas prices and -- slowly improving jobs picture. For your heads keep an -- and the -- -- acts of about 10:30 AM the pressure of future growth improved modestly last week showing the economy is. Still treading water levels -- still above the recession signal negative 4%. That back and forth over whether the Fed needs to prop up the recovery continues went Philadelphia fed president Charles Plosser speaks at 5:30 AM. If inflation hawk who gave his take on monetary policy manager Central Bank conference near Frankfurt. It plots -- recently that although US growth was not robots the economy was still proving resilient. Our judgment day is something that's surprising that tech blogs it's apparent success from of all companies not -- It at least in new mobile browser called axis which is getting rave reviews. But let's not Twitter at writers and -- and don't forget US bond markets close at 2 PM. Ahead of the Memorial Day holiday on Monday I'm -- -- show up there and this is writers.

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U.S. Day Ahead: Happy birthday Facebook!

Thursday, May 24, 2012 - 02:17