News for January 24th 2011

 

Also check out the weekend news with regard to CRM being overvalued, China nationalizing rare-earth mines etc.

The Most Absurd Home Office Setup On The Planet

Euro's Slide Meets Resistance as Analysts Draw Line at $1.30

Trichet Signals ECB May Look Through Temporary Inflation Jump

Goldman's Long Bond Shows Inflation Concerns Are Waning

Sony, Record Labels to Rival Apple's iTunes With Music Service

Sara Lee Is Said to Get Offer From Apollo-Led Group (SLE)

Ivory Coast Export Ban May Drive Up Cocoa Prices 10%

Bank Valuations Stuck at 2009 Lows Showing No Crisis Recovery

Germany Drives Eurozone Services Growth

Global Price Fears Mount

Markets Rediscover the Fundamentals

Protecting Profits at a Price

IPO Market Set to Rate Nielsen, Demand Media

Eurozone PMIs Indicate Rising Inflation Pressure

Goldman Sachs adds First Solar to Conviction Buy List (FSLR)

Halliburton reported Q4 EPS of $0.68, $0.05 better. Revenue $5.2 billion, versus $4.86 billion (HAL)

RadioShack Chairman/CEO announces plans to retire.  Sees Q4 EPS of $0.50-$0.54, versus the consensus of $0.67 (RSH)

McDonalds Corp. Reports In-Line Q4 EPS of $1.16, Sales of $6.21B; Global Comps Up 5% (MCD)

Intel Adds $10B to Buyback Program, Raises Qtr. Dividend from 18c to 18.12c/Share (INTC)

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