Morning Movers: Bank of America, Nike, Blackberry

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Sept. 27 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Scarlet Fu, Sara Eisen and Tom Keene highlight the news you need to follow for today's trading. They speak on Bloomberg Television's "Bloomberg Surveillance."


Guggenheim has downgraded tank of america and goldman sachs.

Bankamerica cut to neutral from buy.

That stockade -- that stock taking a spill right now.

There has been a lot of talk about currencies and commodities being softer.

10% drop perhaps that citigroup.

Jpmorgan stumbling a little bit as well.

I am watching nike shares, on the move after nike announced results that topped analyst estimates in terms of their profit estimates.

The ceo has been working to diversify nike's business.

It is not just running shoes and basketball shoes.

They're getting increasingly involved in technology.

And they have a popular set of shoes that sell for more than $150. they had an update to capture market share from adidas.

Capturing market share, blackberry moving in the premarket this morning, down after officially releasing second-quarter results.

We got a heads up on it, but it did have a steeper loss for the second quarter and a steep revenue drop.

The ceo saying he was very disappointed.

The big story with black mary which is driving the stock is, what happens next?

-- the big story with blackberry which is driving the stock is, what happens next?

There was an offer from canada, so we will see how that plays out.

Moving food, nigel travis is here from dunkin' donuts.

This is a big deal from yesterday.

Food safety advocates angry over the usda cost decision to allow chickens slaughtered in the united states and canada to be shipped for china to be processed and then sent back to the u.s. for american consumption.

China has had several well- publicized food safety problems

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