News for January 19th 2011

 

Commodities Boom Signals Growth With U.S. Companies Benefiting

ECB Officials Edge Back From Threat of Higher Rates

Mosaic Faces Possible Bid as Cargill Divests $24.3 Billion Stake (MOS)

Ireland Wields Stick to Wound Bank Bondholders

Builders Probably Started Fewer U.S. Houses as Turnaround Eludes Industry

Best Muni-Bond Manager Fitterer Says Whitney Call on Defaults Is Overblown

Opinions split over surge in Apple bets

Tough rules backed on US bank trading

China's Rare-Earth Exports Slide, Still Bust Quota

Analysis: Goldman's Facebook retreat reflects new normal

Asia to see soaring prices in 2011: Reuters poll

JP Morgan, Goldman Sachs raise Apple price target (AAPL)

Germany studies possible Greek restructuring – sources

Occidental wins Abu Dhabi's Shah gas project – sources

Notes of interest from Apple's Q1 2011 conference call

Orders for Apple's CDMA iPhone increased to 12m-15m in 2011 – report

Average iPhone price grows to $625

Apple inks new deal with AT&T, all exclusive contracts now over

What Hollywood Execs Privately Say About Netflix (NFLX)

State Street Q4 oper. EPS of 87c, beats by 2c, sales of $2.04B, vs. cons. $2.14B (STT)

U.S. Bancorp Reports In-Line Q4 EPS of 46c, sales $4.72 billion (USB)

Goldman Sachs Reports In-Line Q4 EPS of $3.79, Sales of $8.64B Miss (GS)

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