Dec. 8 - U.S. stock index futures are pointing to a lower open on Wall Street. And former MF Global CEO John Corzine plans to speak before a congressional hearing on the firm's collapse.
Here's a morning call for this Thursday US stock index futures are -- to a flat to lower open on Wall Street as you key meetings. Take place in Europe Dow NASDAQ S&P 500 futures are down near border one -- and needs. Leaders of France and Germany selling their debt crisis plan to the conservative European people's party before heading to Belgium for the EU summit later today while the European Central Bank -- in Germany with market watchers anticipating. -- a quarter point cut interest rates. Looks like former and a global CEO Jon Corzine will ignore this saying the reward of silence is the absence of risk and says. He won't take effect today he is set to appear before the house agriculture committee this morning about his role in the firm's collapse. Corzine also disputes claims and a global took on too much leverage and says he was. Stunned when he learned of the one point two billion dollar shortfall in cost money he is expected to say sorry for investors and that he does not now. We have been missing money. Boeing makes labor peace and we'll drop a political hot potato. The airplane manufacturer's largest union ratified a four year agreement which will insure the new version of the 737. It's built in Washington State. The union previously said it would drop a complaint against -- over nine -- South Carolina facility if the deal passed. That dispute has economy hockey.