Aug 14 - Walmart reports Q2 results and inquiring minds want to know how their efforts in connecting online with customers and generating e-commerce are doing.
Here -- the top three stories you need to watch for on Thursday. Once we from Carl I'd kinda moved Apple's stock by 5%. Is thirteen -- and we'll see what other big money managers are buying and selling. Hedge fund manager Leon Cooperman announced that he was getting out of FaceBook and Google and getting into apple 31000 shares to be exact. We'll be falling where other Smart many managers including Warren Buffett George Soros and David Einhorn put their money in the second quarter. -- third point is expected to raise as much as 322. Million dollars in its initial public offering with 22 million shares it's primarily controlled by billionaire hedge fund manager Dan Loeb. Third point capitol. In Bermuda based company is expected to tap into the rising demand for insurance services. And keep focusing on auto coverage workman's comp and crop protection. And less on the risky business a natural disasters like hurricanes earthquakes and lackluster that's the word analysts are using to describe their expectations for Wal-Mart. -- -- -- analysts say teacher results will likely be weaker than expected will see whether Wal-Mart was able to rebound a bit after a disappointing first quarter. The bright spot -- online shopping specifically. Mobile's visitors they are driving a total increase in online tropic. Revenues for Wal-Mart are expected to come in at 118. Billion dollars for the second quarter. Make sure to follow us on Twitter at greater than fighter and get more of our video that Reuters dot com slash -- TV. I'm planning on.