June 6 - U.S. stock futures are pointing to a higher open on Wall Street, and Facebook sharpens mobile advertising.
Stocks or recession talk and Facebook's mobile plan. Here's your morning call this Wednesday. US stock index futures looks set for a rally Dow NASDAQ S&P 500 futures up about 1% each and gaining strength -- the morning. -- -- European stocks rising across the board had an expected rate cut from the European Central Bank. While Germany and European Union officials are urgently find ways her rescue Spain's. Debt stricken banks according to sources. The problems in Europe shouldn't you major damage to the US economy according to warm -- it. During an anniversary celebration for the economic club -- Washington Tuesday evening Buffett said there is being very low chance of recession here. From the troubles there. Oracle of Omaha saying we have a system that works. Former President Clinton referring to the US economy as being in the recession during an interview with CNBC. Later as spokespersons at that comment occurred after Clinton sent -- able to those in Washington with keep. And data out productivity as well as regional economic conditions on that beach -- our survey come out today. FaceBook addressing its weakest link its mobile service -- social networking giant has started letting marketers crack ads. Designed specifically for mobile users it's just opening advertisers direct ads into users' news -- Previously case that has restricted marketers presence on certain parts of say shares up in the premarket. They built another low at 25. 75. On Tuesday. NASDAQ expect to make an announcement today about the box -- offering according to a source at a brokerage firm that lost money on the IPO in the NASDAQ reached out to. -- -- -- -- The Wall Street Journal saying NASDAQ is expected to release details of the plan to make up some losses -- by banks and trading firms which collectively. I've been estimated about a hundred million dollars. Stocks to watch today -- how deep the Dow component announcing an expansion of its share buyback plan for the year. -- five million dollars and reaffirming its full year outlook. And Lee Enterprises. Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway's -- 3.2 percent day. In newspaper publisher -- the latest investment in the ailing actor. That's right call this Wednesday I'm Jen -- this is -- there.