Wednesday, January 31, 2007

Today's News and Notes

Here are some news and notes for this morning:
  • Adv. Q4 GDP +3.5% vs 3.0% consensus
  • Employment Cost Index 0.8% vs 0.9% consensus
  • Asian markets down overnight
  • China tumbles most in 21 months; Toyota declines
  • BFAM Family Solutions profiled in Heard on the Street - WSJ
  • Sony sees gaming losses growing in 2007
  • Time Warner reports in-line; guides below consensus
  • Deutsche Bank AG profiled in New America section of IBD
  • NMX beats by $0.08; stock flat
  • Boeing beats by $0.19, ups FY07 EPS guidance
  • NTRI reports weak qtr; stock plunges further
  • GOOG above $500 mark ahead of earnings
  • Oil and Gas stocks upgraded to Buy at Oppenheimer
  • NYSE Group and Tokyo Stock Exchange confirm strategic alliance
  • Time Warner still in talks with Liberty about swapping assets
  • SIRF tgt raised to $38 from $34 at RBC
  • U.S. Steel target raised to $113 from $104 at Goldman
  • NYMEX sets daily volume records for natural gas futures on CME Globex
  • Paulson says China moving toward more Yuan flexibility but not fast enough
  • Altria to spin-off Kraft Foods

long GOOG


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