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The Economist : Business This Week

Business this week

Jan 28th 2010
From The Economist print edition

Barack Obama presented his administration’s latest proposals for bank reform. Advised by Paul Volcker, a former chairman of the Federal Reserve, the president wants to stop banks with insured deposits from trading on their own account and from owning or investing in private equity and hedge funds. To restrict banks that “are too big to fail”, the cap on the size of a bank, limiting it to holding no more than 10% of the share of insured deposits, would be expanded to take in other sources of funding. See article
Tim Geithner was grilled in Congress over the rescue of American International Group in 2008. America’s treasury secretary headed the Federal Reserve Bank of New York at the time and was involved in early bail-out negotiations. Officials have been accused of not disclosing enough about deals that ensured banks got their money back on AIG derivatives contracts. See article
Bank of China announced that it would offer new shares, which could raise up to $30 billion in capital. Meanwhile, China’s stockmarkets wobbled on more speculation that the government was reining in lending and ordering banks to increase their capital reserves.

Rusal made its much-heralded debut on the Hong Kong stockmarket after a delay during which officials pondered the risk to investors from the Russian aluminium company’s debt. Its share price plunged by 11% on the first day of trading amid a broad sell-off in Asian markets.
America’s biggest-ever residential property deal unravelled when Tishman Speyer Properties and BlackRock Realty decided to hand over control of Stuyvesant Town and Peter Cooper Village, a residential estate in Manhattan, to creditors rather than engage in a contested bankruptcy proceeding. The complex was bought in 2006 for $5.4 billion, but is now valued at $1.9 billion. The venture struggled to restructure debt and the courts blocked increases to the regulated rents.

Britain’s economy started growing again in the fourth quarter of 2009. However, the country’s GDP was a mere 0.1% bigger than in the previous three months. Britain’s mounting debt burden, which is forecast to rise to 78% of GDP by 2014, continued to worry investors. Pimco, one of the world’s biggest bond investors, declared that British gilts were “resting on a bed of nitroglycerine”. See article
Greek bond yields hit a ten-year high when the government denied reports that it had asked China to help it in funding public debt. Financial markets have been jittery over Greece’s deficit—although the government completed a successful sale of five-year bonds this week that brought in €8 billion ($11 billion). See article

Apple unveiled its latest must-have device. The iPad tablet computer, which has a ten-inch touch screen, resembles a more advanced iPhone. Apple also launched an online iBooks store for downloading print media, which pitches the iPad against Amazon’s Kindle and other e-readers. Earlier, Apple had reported a 50% increase in quarterly profit thanks to strong sales of iPhones and Mac computers. See article
Yahoo! reported a profit of $153m in the fourth quarter. Revenue from display advertisements rose by 26% compared with the third quarter. Google said recently that its paid clicks in America (the number of times a user clicks on an ad) rose by 9% in the last three months of 2009 compared with the third quarter.
Toyota took the unprecedented step of halting the sale of eight of its models in America because of concerns that the accelerator pedal can become stuck. It also suspended production of the cars, which include the bestselling Camry and Corolla sedans, and then extended the warning to Europe. It is a huge blow for the Japanese carmaker.
General Motors appointed Ed Whitacre as chief executive. Mr Whitacre, who is also GM’s chairman, had been given the job on an interim basis after Fritz Henderson’s abrupt resignation in December, just months after the carmaker emerged from bankruptcy protection. GM also said it would repay the debt portion of its government aid by June, sooner than it had forecast.
Meanwhile, GM found a new buyer for Saab, two months after a deal with Sweden’s Koenigsegg fell apart. In a complex deal, Spyker, a Dutch maker of sports cars, will now acquire the marque and save thousands of jobs at Saab’s Swedish factories. See article

“Avatar” passed “Titanic” to become the world’s highest grossing film, according to its distributor, Twentieth Century Fox. The movie has racked up around $2 billion in receipts just seven weeks after its release.

CFTC : Enforcement Press Releases

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The Economist Editors Highlights

The book of Jobs

This week we look at the Apple iPad, whose arrival has been awaited so eagerly that it has become known as the Jesus tablet. Media companies, struggling on the internet, are especially excited, because they think it will make charging for content easier. For stronger media companies, that's probably true, but some weaker ones are already doomed. Steve Jobs's
tablet won't save them.

Here are some other pieces from this week's issue you might also be interested in. You can click straight through to each one and read it at
The Economist online using the links below.
This week's highlights
The state-of-the-union speech
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Re-regulating America's banks
Missing the target
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Sri Lanka
The president triumphs
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Remarkable turnaround in India's most troubled state
Read more
An anaemic recovery
Read more




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Business Today: Stock futures up after Obama speech, Procter, Ford earns

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Stock futures up after Obama speech, Procter, Ford earns
Ford posts first full-year net profit since 2005
AT&T earnings up 26 percent, driven by wireless
Motorola posts profit but rev misses Wall St view
Toyota extends massive safety recall to Europe
Senate to vote on Bernanke Thursday
Procter & Gamble tops view, sees stronger sales
Nokia beats forecasts, shares rally
Apple pitches $499 iPad, takes on Amazon
MBA students see signs of job market thaw

Stock futures up after Obama speech, Procter, Ford earns
January 28, 2010 07:45 AM ET

NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. stock index futures were higher on Thursday in the wake of President Barack Obama's State of the Union speech, which had no new plans to tighten Wall Street oversight, and after strong results from Procter & Gamble and Ford.

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Ford posts first full-year net profit since 2005
January 28, 2010 07:46 AM ET

DETROIT (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co posted 2009 earnings of $2.7 billion on Thursday, its first full-year profit since 2005, and said it expected a 2010 profit amid market share gains and a slow U.S. auto sales recovery.

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AT&T earnings up 26 percent, driven by wireless
January 28, 2010 07:57 AM ET

NEW YORK (Reuters) - AT&T reported a 26 percent rise in fourth-quarter profit, fueled by solid growth from a wireless business that is adding customers who want to connect their e-readers, smartphones and netbook computers to the Web.

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Motorola posts profit but rev misses Wall St view
January 28, 2010 08:09 AM ET

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Motorola Inc posted a small quarterly profit versus a year-earlier loss but revenue missed Wall Street estimates for its first quarter selling phones based on Google Inc's Android software.

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Toyota extends massive safety recall to Europe
January 28, 2010 06:13 AM ET

TOKYO/DETROIT (Reuters) - Toyota Motor Corp is extending to Europe the recall of millions of its most popular cars due to dangerous accelerator pedals, a further blow to the reputation of the world's largest car maker.

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Senate to vote on Bernanke Thursday
January 28, 2010 05:56 AM ET

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Federal Reserve chief Ben Bernanke's nomination for a second term running the world's most powerful central bank faces a decisive day in the Senate on Thursday when his confirmation vote looks set to go ahead.

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Procter & Gamble tops view, sees stronger sales
January 28, 2010 07:30 AM ET

CHICAGO (Reuters) - Procter & Gamble Co posted a better-than-expected profit, as promotional price cuts and increased advertising helped bring more shoppers back to its brands. It added that sales should rise more than expected this year.

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Nokia beats forecasts, shares rally
January 28, 2010 08:13 AM ET

HELSINKI (Reuters) - Top mobile phone maker Nokia's fourth-quarter sales and profits beat expectations as it regained market share in smartphones, sending its stock price 14 percent higher.

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Apple pitches $499 iPad, takes on Amazon
January 28, 2010 06:50 AM ET

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Apple Inc CEO Steve Jobs took the wraps off a sleek tablet that it called the iPad, pitching the new gadget at a surprisingly low price to bridge the gap between smartphones and laptops.

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MBA students see signs of job market thaw
January 28, 2010 07:41 AM ET

BOSTON (Reuters) - Students at one of America's top business schools see evidence that high-technology, startup and alternative energy companies will hire more actively this year after a difficult 2009 for graduates.

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