April 12 - Investors focus on Google's quarterly results, due out later today. Also, a preview of JPMorgan and Wells Fargo's earnings.
And investors are hoping for a lot less -- from Google's earnings today compared to last quarter when -- companies on the street career earnings next. The key to this report after the bell will be advertising -- is actually a mobile devices. And whether all eyes searching on iphones and android is drag a driver -- Google. Google shares right now up just about one and a half percent today the -- is known for some pretty volatile post earnings moves. But the options market not predicting a wild ride this time around with expectations. Actually leaning to the optimistic side. More on the earnings parade JPMorgan will be one of the first big banks report quarterly results tomorrow analysts expect earnings per share dollar and seventeen cents. Slightly lower than a year ago a study out today says the bank's investment banking unit did well in a tough year now that revenue up 13% from 2010. The -- beat out rival Goldman Sachs and it's. Now that shares of JPMorgan up and a little bit less than 1%. All served pretty earnings tomorrow Wells Fargo analysts are looking hurt earnings per share of 73 cents per share. That -- leadership structure has come under pressure lately Q proxy advisory firms are backing shareholder proposal to split. The roles of chairman and CEO at the bank shares of Wells Fargo are down slightly today. Yes fact -- over on the scene -- nice little boost today we got Green arrows on all three major indices that market shaking happened jump in jobless claims and concerns over your debt crisis are also wearing off. Pushing the F and 2% and industrials and energy is our. Nat gas futures up 4% -- today after inventory data showed a smaller build in stockpiles. US crude hovering around a 103 at -- today. Angled it's easy for a second day here's bond prices are little changed at the stock market strengthens. Now go to court has run its course -- Ryan without that check -- stocks on his. Shares of HP -- surging on Thursday and are among the top percentage gainers in the S&P 500 after research firm Gartner show that first quarter PC shipments unexpectedly rose thanks to strong overseas demand. HP is still the number one PC vendor in the stock today is up more than 6% in its biggest daily percentage -- since March 2009. Shares of Nokia off more than 4% today at Reuters poll shows that Samsung. If -- overtake Nokia is number one cellphone maker in flowing on -- and and -- hearing a lot about the Buffett rule from President Obama as he pushes his plan to make millionaires pay at least 30% in income tax. Now get ready for a new new rule. Vice President Biden unveiling them Romney -- a speech in New Hampshire today I didn't saying that Romney rolled protects current tax cuts and vehicles for the rich. The opposite of the -- role. It'll catch on well and teachers -- mud and tote bags for sale emblazoned with the Buffett -- world. So far though no competing merchandise could be found for the Romney well. Not even a bumper sticker that's not retreating it and I'm Jen Rogers this is writers.