News for January 12th 2010


EU Crisis Plan May Feature Portugal Aid, Buybacks, Debt Rules

EU Leaders Aim for ‘Comprehensive’ Crisis Solution, Rehn Says

German Economy Grew at Fastest Pace in Two Decades in 2010

Japan May Buy More Euro Bonds to Help Region, Officials Say

Weber Says Optimism on Containing Euro Crisis Premature as ECB Buys Bonds

Thermo Fisher Said to Seek Sale of Lab-Testing Units for Up to $1 Billion (TMO)

Airbus Wins Record Order From India, Boosting A320 Upgrade

Housing's Anemic Rebound Gives Little Boost to U.S. Economy

Happy Portugal – Market takes down €1.25bn of debt (results of Portugal's bond auction today)

Europe Debates Larger Rescue Fund

New Move to Make Yuan a Global Currency

U.K. Posts Record Trade Deficit

Which Banks Could Launch Dividends? (JPM/USB/WFC)

Cliffs to Buy Consolidated Thompson for $5 Billion (CLF)

With Verizon, Will Apple Take a Bite of More Enterprise? (AAPL)

JPMorgan CEO eyes dividend hike in 2011 (JPM)

AIG agrees $2.2 billion sale of Taiwan unit after long delay (AIG)

Comverse mulls sale of Verint: report (VRNT)

Analyst sees CDMA iPhone coming to China Telecom, India's Reliance (AAPL)

3G Verizon iPhone expected to push Android-based competitors towards 4G

ITT Corp Plans to Separate Into Three Publicly Traded Companies (ITT) (via Street Insider)

Arch Coal lowers FY10 guidance.  Sees EPS of $1.11-$1.15, vs $1.25-$1.40 and consensus of $1.17 (ACI)

Bernstein downgraded General Electric from Outperform to Market Perform on valuation (GE)

AKS downgraded to Sell by UBS (AKS)

JP Morgan downgraded Goldman Sachs to Neutral (GS)

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