Sept. 28 - On Wednesday, President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney will outline their plans for the economy. It could be the defining moment of the 2012 election.
Obama and Romney square up Ben Bernanke's and a spotlight again and hands on Friday it's all about jobs. The first of three presidential debate and it could be the defining moment of the 2012 election. Hitting ninety minute showdown in Denver president Barack Obama and Mitt Romney will outline their plans for the economy because he's a real trauma as both contenders take the gloves. The Forward -- visit and criticize each other. That's accessible showing could give a boost in the polls so far Obama is leading his Republican rival nationally and in the politically divided Wednesday. Romney's been under a lot of criticism from fellow Republicans that he hasn't done enough that he needs to explain more about what he would do to make voters' lives better. And this first debate is really his best chance to do that the election is less than six weeks out now he's running out of time he's gonna have to shift of momentum in somehow. Change the debate in a way that convinces voters that he's a better that's an Obama. We'll Bernanke is back the Fed chair is speaking on Monday and investors will want to know how long he'll keep it pretty -- running. To support the recovery. Given how -- things look don't monetary easing -- and any times and also this week we get minutes from the -- the last meeting when it pulled the trigger on buying forty billion dollar. Mortgage -- 130000. That the amount of jobs we succeed created in September when nonfarm payrolls come out on Friday. I have -- says it would be this math and reading in the last six months. It's only slightly faster than that he's needed to check the unemployment rate which is expected to -- slightly to eight point 2%. Bully Cumming is too heavy hitter is in tech will give updates on their performance or stuff Hewlett-Packard -- Meg Whitman talks to analysts on Wednesday. Don't want your more about how she is going to turn around the ailing PC maker. So by the companies cut 29000 jobs and is trying to focus on corporate services. We'll also hear from billionaire oracle chief Larry -- and the software company had an analyst meeting on Thursday and will likely unveil new product. And tell investors how it will push deeper into cloud computing and and stay with and tighter and -- TV for a more expert announces on the big market movers. I'm not a game we look at liberty media's John -- plan to take control of Sirius XM radio that will likely mean getting rid of the current box Mel Karmazin and get ready for boardroom rumbled. I'm pretty mom this is writers.