Sep 11 - JPMorgan CEO Dimon is set to speak at a conference in New York this afternoon, his first public address in almost two months, while Zuckerberg prepares for a conference in San Francisco.
Specter burglaries at the meeting and Mark Kirk faces detect threats let's get started we call fourteen states that number eleven. A day and -- reflect on the eleventh anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. JPMorgan keep -- -- and will speak at conference in New York this afternoon in his first public address in almost two months. His mission in aid that institutional investors and his bank and she detention in London will debacle. Bank not asking its shareholders for new capital but instead shrinking its balance sheet. And cutting costs to meet stricter regulations. Satisfied investors pushing that stock up 1% today. And UK's financial services authority finds the world's largest asset manager black rock. Fifteen point two million dollars for failing to protect client deposits. Yet at -- says it's the largest ever fine handed out to an asset manager. US stock futures pointing to higher OK with the FP 500 futures signaling a rebound. From yesterday's drop expect a rise in the US trade deficit for July when that number comes out at 8:30 AM. And McDonald's that's report same stores sales for August we'll see if the world's biggest hamburger chain lost more ground or ground being. In the battle for market share. Competitors like burger king and Wendy's has steadily closed the -- -- Grabbing a larger slice of the fast food pie. Got a bunch of tech stocks to watch today let's start with Palo Alto networks. -- software maker which went public in July the fourth quarter revenue and earnings ethnic. He gave no other -- think its chief operating officer who resigned Monday the latest in a top level accidents. And spokesman Mark Zuckerberg in the spotlight at at techcrunch conference -- San Francisco. -- first public appearance since the social network IPO at midday expect a barrage of questions about Facebook's slowing revenue growth. Its stock is down posted 50% since its debut. An apple up two dollars in the premarket at 665. JPMorgan says the new iPhone -- tomorrow. Could actually boost US GDP by up to half a percent. Can't support a Burberry -- ago accurately it's hot bat well you're not alone. British fashion house burglary issuing a profit warning today at the clearest sign that. Slowing economic growth in China and Europe's debt crisis combining to. The pockets of the rich shares of burglary taking close to 18% today other European rivals also feeling the heat. That's your morning -- -- Tuesday follow us on Twitter Reuters Insider for the latest headlines. And check out our Reuters UT TV channel at Reuters dot com slash writers TV. I'm Rhonda schaffler is the writers.