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The week may be coming to a close, but there's still plenty to watch on Wall Street for Friday, November 14.
Ford CEO Mark Fields says 2014 will end up being a very strong year for the automaker despite big challenges around the world.
Ford Motor launched 23 new automobiles around the world in 2014 but CEO Mark Fields says the all-new F-150 is the most important.
WPP's CEO Martin Sorrell says geopolitical concerns like Ebola, ISIL, tensions between Russia and Ukraine and the conflict in Hong Kong is having a spill-over effect on business confidence.
Wedbush Securities analyst Shyam Patil says the professional networking site usually issues a conservative outlook but he is expecting a good quarter for LinkedIn.
Wedbush Securities' Shyam Patil says he expects Facebook to report a strong third quarter when it posts quarterly results on Tuesday after the closing bell.
The European Banking Authority and the European Central Bank say of the 150 biggest banks in Europe, just 13 failed the test and need more capital in reserve.
Ford released its quarterly results on Friday morning.
The Chinese government is set to release Q3 GDP figures on Tuesday morning but figures below expectations could trigger more volatility in the markets.
Yahoo! is set to report quarterly results on Tuesday after the closing bell.