Morning Movers: Google, Morgan Stanley

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Oct. 18 (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."

Sax, wow, that decline in trading revenues and the bo nouses seeing cut on wall street, he'll have a lot to say.

Thank you very much.

It is time for morning movers.

I have to go with the one that is moving the most in the premarket based on the amount of money moving through the stock.

Google shares are up by almost 9%, 9.7 03 which would be a record high.

Advertising prices are falling, the cost per click is falling, but it rose 26% so we continue to see how mobile ads are cheaper than p.c.s. and that is reducing the price that google gets, the revenue that brings her advertising.

It's doing well on all other fronts.

So google shares get ready for a big, big open.

Big open.

Solid quarter.

Solid quarter at google.


morgan stanley is moving quite a bit in the premarket as well, up by 2.5%, they beat 50 cents per 40 cents, revenue coming in higher and commodities where goldman sachs fell flat.

Morgan stanley, 1 billion in revenue.

Also missing the mark but certainly not by much.

All right, while coming up, it's a good question now that all the banks have reported big earnings, who has got the edge?

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