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Morgan Stanley Numbers, Google’s Big Expectations, GE Waits for a Boost

by TheStreet 1:43 mins

Morgan Stanley Numbers, Google’s Big Expectations, GE Waits for a Boost

by TheStreet 1:43 mins

On a string of beats and gains of nearly 25 percent over the last 12 months, market watchers are keeping an eye on Morgan Stanley shares this morning, with the market waiting on its numbers. Yet another beat for a financial services firm will bode well for earnings throughout the second quarter, as many banks have already impressed with their top and bottom line results. Speaking of which, Google’s shareholders have big expectations for top- and bottom-line results, and Jim Cramer has his eye on General Electric, which he says is poised for gains after a slow start to 2014. Next, an asset sale could boost shares past the $30 mark.

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