Oct. 31 - After Hurricane Sandy delayed several companies from reporting earnings, investors get to sift through results from 8 percent of the S&P 500 with two big potential surprises.
Hot streak -- slowly getting back to business after hurricane Andy. While the storm is estimated to cost up to fifteen billion dollars in damage there was no disaster in the market ended flat. That's what damage amount could of course still go higher but for now it's back to earnings ride without VE percent of -- S&P -- that are reporting. Highlights include AIG eight on X on Kellogg and Starbucks. There are two companies that could surprise according to start mind. He has a high chance of beating estimates by three cents on which recently went through -- CEO change is that you've come under my two cents. Do you make economic got to focus on before the bell will get the latest GDP figures. Expect 135000. Private jobs were created in October. The -- critic I eat he has changed the way it calculates its final figure and it moved to reflect Friday's nonfarm payrolls more accurately. Those are sent to come and at 125000. According to your waiters at all. And we'll also take the pulse of the auto industry with vehicle sales throughout the day. Our experts and I have varsity sales should hit an annual rate of fourteen point eight million the highest paid over four years. That's partly -- better financing and credit quality -- loan rates are close to historic lows at just over Fort Worth -- And finally keep an eye on two slumping tech stocks face -- -- -- 4% after the company allowed what you. To start selling more shares and about 45%. Below its 38 dollar IPO price. And probable and it down 1% falling below its 200 day moving average during the course of the day. It was hit by the -- ousting of Scott forestall Steve Jobs top lieutenant. And mixed reviews of the iPad. Tech coverage -- into our new show integrity each weekday afternoon. And insider British TV for more on the big market movers and putting mom -- this for years.