Dec 17 - Drawn-out fiscal cliff negotiations continue Tuesday morning when Boehner speaks with his Republican colleagues, to gauge their willingness to support higher taxes on top earners.
What a difference a meeting at the White House can make. The FP 500 has. Its best day since late November after President Obama and house speaker Boehner sent down to -- 600 billion dollars worth of tax hikes and spending cuts. -- Iran on negotiations continued Tuesday morning when Boehner speaks with -- Republican colleagues. Bill -- -- willingness to support higher taxes on top earners something that party has vowed to reject in the past. In his latest proposal calls for one trillion dollars in new revenue but even if the deal is made this week that it might not be enough time to get it passed before the -- here. In earnings will take them both in the tech sector would oracle reports after the close investors want an old boss Larry Ellison can offset sharply following hardware sales. With stronger performances and software and cloud computing so far analysts are optimistic saying results should grow from last year. Investors are also on board oracle shares are up more than 1% since the start of the year. -- big step to watch out for is the NAHB housing market index. That'll tell us how home builders are feeling. Experts and -- -- index could take up to six year high of 47. That these companies are becoming more optimistic about the market. Make sure you catch her interview with three of the biggest real estate losses in the US. What is impact players posted XUBS had Robert Abel it's now with the CEOs. October obviously an art and related group find out why they all believe New York will be one of their top investment choices and -- -- thirteen. Finally keep an eye out on apple by banks cut their price targets on the stock about 24 hours still the beleaguered tech giant bounced back. -- up more than 1%. On Friday Apple's that it has the best launch in China selling two million iphones in three days. More detailed analysis check out -- -- -- I'm Fred Katayama and this is what you.