Feb. 13 - Reuters Asia Correspondent Paul Eckert says don't expect any immediate breakthroughs when U.S. President Barack Obama meets with Chinese leader-in-waiting Xi Jinping.
-- -- US day ahead we'll get a glimpse of the future US China relations when president Barack Obama. Meets with Chinese leader in waiting. She Jean -- both sides want she's visits to encourage long term cooperation between the world's two biggest economies. But Reuters Asia correspondent Paul Eckert says. Don't expect any immediate breakthrough. If he has a long conversation with US leaders and business people they can registered to him the kind of complaints they have. Presumably with clear language and understandable examples and he can then it. Take that up with the bodies in China and the United States that meet periodically. President Obama's budget proposals will be back under the microscope what secretary Timothy Geithner. Testifies before as an attending. Like focus on the Bob calls bark reference Eddie -- And for higher taxes on the rich and proposals are expected to go no where and it divided congress. And are widely seen as more but campaign document. Also the recovery plan -- at least 8:30 AM. I have ours said expect to see why not 10% in January. This August 04 months. That that. Advice strong Otto and stores it -- it's his turn virtual dollars and you real cash. The online company reports results after the close that person's going public. Security expenses there. Reuters correspondent Ann -- their bottom line will be at least. Using this shares have been on its hair since February 1 and -- button. Filed for its IPO and revealed that it -- 12% of its revenue from Zynga. But investors and analysts wanna know housing as new games are faring and investors want to know what I think is outlook it is. Also on the earnings radar expects fourth quarter results from may not good here and -- car before the open. MetLife reports after the close Goodyear is that stand up -- start biases that hired titan have the chance of missing mean estimates by three cents a share. We'll get more excited than that would officials take to the podium at 8:45 AM Philadelphia fed president Charles Foster gives his economic outlook. 5:40 PM Atlanta fed president Dennis Lockhart talks about monetary policy. I'm Rhonda schaffler this writer's side.