June 25 - U.S. stock index futures are down ahead of the open, and the UK's Sunday Times says RIM may split its business into two.
You're recording called Monday US stocks set for a lower open Dow NASDAQ S&P 500 stock index futures. Are down about -- percent or batter each European stocks lower across the board. -- skepticism about this week's EU summit stocks in Asia also out. There's investigation has uncovered more problems for Chesapeake Energy. I'm gonna direction at CEO optic equipment at Chesapeake spotted with competitor and a let prices that rivals repeatedly discussed how avoid being against each other in Michigan land auction two years ago. Considered a promising oil and gas play company else already shaken up the board and remove McClendon and his chairman's post. Following -- series Reuters reports. On its business practices. Research in Motion reportedly considering a corporate split. The UK's Sunday Times says it may separated struggling handset manufacturing division. From its messaging network the Blackberry makers already hired bankers to look at it strategic options. The paper it says potential buyers of the units include all the usual suspects. Including FaceBook Google and Amazon. Shares getting a bit of a lift on the report but trading near 52 week low nine dollars fifty -- After suffering a two billion dollar loss JPMorgan is reportedly making changes to its cheap investment offices practices. The Wall Street Journal says that you avoid trying to protect the bank using infrequently traded derivatives and most private equity investments. In this part of an effort to improve the -- risk management practice. Shares of JPMorgan trading in the middle -- range over the past 52 week. And -- -- and birdie op money manager. Has agreed to pay about 410 million dollars is -- at the front lawsuit. I New York's attorney general alleging that he funneled billions of dollars Ponzi -- 405 million dollars that the company the investors. Five million dollars to this day. That's your morning -- is Monday you can follow on Twitter Reuters Insider please check out our writers TV channel. At Rutgers dot com slash writers TV. I've got this there is this Reuters Insider.