News for February 1st 2011

 

 

IMAX Moving from Nasdaq to NYSE

Rimm Analyst: BlackBerry's Playbook is "Dead on Arrival"

China’s Manufacturing Growth Slows as Policy Tightens

German Unemployment Declined in January to Lowest Since 1992

ARM Profit Soars on Smartphones, Tablet Computers (ARMH)

BOE Will Raise Rate Three Times This Year, Niesr Says

Egypt Ratings Cut at S&P on Unrest; May Lower Further

J. Crew Settlement With Investors Over TPG Buyout Falls Apart (JCG)

Faster Inflation From S. Korea to China Boosts Case for Asia Rates to Rise

Euro-Zone Manufacturing Picks Up

Ship Glut Leaves Baltic Dry Index All at Sea

Cost Inflation Puts a Wrench Into the Works

Business Tech Spending Picks Up

BP Profit Lag Takes Shine Off Dividend (BP)

Joblessness, Rising Prices May Fuel Unrest: IMF Chief

Spain's Ratings Affirmed by S&P; Outlook Negative (via Street Insider)

Archer Daniels Midland Reports Q2 EPS of $1.14, sales $20.9B, vs. cons. $17.4B (ADM)

Biogen Posts Q4 EPS of $1.42, vs. cons. $1.23, sales $1.22B, vs. cons. $1.17B; sees FY11 EPS over $5.70, vs. cons. $5.63 (BIIB)

Lear Q4 adj-EPS of $2.38, vs. cons. $1.79, sales $3.16B, vs. cons. $2.92B; sees FY11 adj-EPS of $9.20-$9.85, vs. cons. $9.86 (LEA)

Pfizer Q4 EPS of 47c, beats by 1c, sales $17.56B; new $5B buyback; sees FY11 EPS $2.16-$2.26, sales $66-$68B; cuts FY12 sales to $63-$65.5B (PFE)

UPS Q4 adj-EPS of $1.08, beats by 3c, sales $13.4B, inline; sees FY11 EPS of $4.12-$4.35, vs. cons. $4.18 (UPS)

Wolverine announces record performance for Q4 and full-year (WWW)

The CMA Sovereign Risk Monitor (CDS Values):

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