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MarketWatch: Finance Daily, February,08,2010

Personal Finance Daily FEBRUARY 08, 2010 Monday's Personal Finance stories By MarketWatch Don't miss these top stories: First aid for your résumé Global hot spots investors should avoid Tax tips for February Cisco Systems Inc., Wells Fargo & Co. and Dollar General Corp. are among the companies who have announced significant hiring plans for 2010 -- "significant" as in planning to hire hundreds or thousands of new employees. That's good news, and economists say that and other signs point to an increasingly stable job market. Still, "stable" is not the same as "growing," and at this point it will take years to reabsorb the 8.4 million people thrown out of work since the start of the recession. If you're on the job hunt, your résumé is of primary importance right now. You want to stand out from the pack, but with so many others in the same boat -- more than six job seekers per opening -- that's a tough proposition. Ca

NYT: Breaking News Alerts

Breaking News Alert The New York Times Mon, February 08, 2010 -- 4:03 PM ET ----- Dow Industrials Post First Close Below 10,000 Since Nov. 4 Stocks fell broadly on Wall Street on Monday on concerns about government debt in Europe, and the Dow Jones industrial average closed below the 10,000 mark for the first time since Nov. 4. The Dow industrials were down 103.69 points, or 1 percent, at 9,908.54 at the closing bell. The Standard & Poor's 500-stock index and the Nasdaq were also lower for the day. Shares of financial firms posted the largest losses amid worries that they could be hurt by huge deficits in countries like Greece, Spain, and Portugal. Read More:

BBC E-mail: Ex-Merrill boss takes over at CIT

** Ex-Merrill boss takes over at CIT ** The former chief executive of Merrill Lynch, John Thain, was at the heart of the bonus row - now he has a new job as boss of US lender CIT. < > ** BBC Daily E-mail ** Choose the news and sport headlines you want - when you want them, all in one daily e-mail < >

Forbes . Com : Ken Fisher Newsletter February 08, 2010

FORBES.COM  KEN FISHER NEWSLETTER FEBRUARY 08, 2010 Recovery, Part Two   01.21.2010, 17:40:00 EST Ken Fisher  Don't succumb to the pessimism of disbelief. The second year after a bear market is a fine time to own stocks.  Good News   01.15.2010, 16:10:00 EST Ken Fisher  This should be a great time to own stocks.  But we forget long-term lessons and think about the recent past.  In Pictures: Five Fisher Buys For 2010   01.14.2010, 10:30:00 EST Ken Fisher  Fisher thinks 2010 will be another good year for stocks. Here are five of his best bets.  A Grateful Dead Year   12.31.2009, 22:40:00 EST Ken Fisher  2009 was a textbook case of how stock markets are supposed to react  to big bear markets and recessions. 

NFA : NFA permanently bars Colorado firm CFS Capital Management LLC and sanctions its principals

For Immediate Release For More Information Contact: Larry Dyekman (312) 781-1372, Karen Wuertz (312) 781-1335, NFA permanently bars Colorado firm CFS Capital Management LLC and sanctions its principals February 8, Chicago - National Futures Association (NFA) has accepted  CFS Capital Management LLC's  (CFS) settlement offer to permanently withdraw from NFA membership. CFS is a Commodity Trading Advisor located in Lakewood, Colorado.  Andrew G. Elrod , a principal of CFS, was also ordered to permanently withdraw from NFA membership with no findings that he committed the allegations as charged in an NFA Complaint.  Brian G. Elrod , president of CFS and a listed principal, was barred from NFA membership for a period of five years. The Decision, issued by an NFA Hearing Panel, is based on the Complaint filed in June 2009 and a settlement offer submitted by CFS, Andrew Elrod and Brian Elrod. The Panel found that CFS and Brian

NFA : In separate actions, NFA permanently bars futures firms in Puerto Rico and California

For Immediate Release For More Information Contact: Larry Dyekman (312) 781-1372, Karen Wuertz (312) 781-1335, In separate actions, NFA permanently bars futures firms in Puerto Rico and California February 8, Chicago - National Futures Association (NFA) has permanently barred from NFA membership ACJ Capital, Inc. (ACJ) and its principal, Angel F. Collazo . ACJ is a Commodity Trading Advisor located in San Juan, Puerto Rico. The Decision, issued by NFA's Business Conduct Committee, is based on an NFA Complaint filed in November 2009. The Committee found that ACJ and Collazo provided false information to customers about the performance of their accounts by providing fictitious account statements which showed significant equity, when in fact, most, if not all of their equity was lost. The Committee also found that ACJ and Collazo failed to observe high standards and equitable principles of trade in the conduct of their foreig

Forbes: Intelligent Investing: February 08, 2010

Features Intelligent Investing Panel When You Get Lululemons, Make Lemonade Typical sporting goods providers are being given a run for their money. With Alexandra Zendrian Intelligent Investing Lou Dobbs: Let The Free Market Prevail ''Mr. Independent'' believes any financial reform should first honor the principles of limited government and free markets. With Steve Forbes Video: Intelligent Investing With Steve Forbes Intelligent Investing With Steve Forbes Lou Dobbs: Too Big To Fail Is Nonsense Radio host Lou Dobbs wants a return of Glass Steagall and says "too big to fail" is nonsense. Cleaning Up Wall St. > Alwaleed: Citi's Future Holds Promise >


My Alerts ADVERTISEMENT Alert Name: FGC BOLSA - FGC FINA February 8, 2010 Compiled: 4:44 AM BUSINESS / ENERGY & ENVIRONMENT Fraud Besets E.U. Carbon Trade System By JAMES KANTER (NYT) The latest bump in the E.U.'s Emission Trading System came last month, when swindlers used faked e-mail messages to obtain access codes for individual accounts. More Articles On This Topic »

Mineweb: Top stories, Monday, 08 Feb 2010

TOP STORIES | Monday , 08 Feb 2010                                                      Grupo Mexico predicts growth in copper and other metals, reversing upward inventories trends With the re-acquisition of U.S. copper miner Asarco, Grupo Mexico claims it is now the world's top company in terms of copper reserves.    Monday , 08 Feb 2010 Silver stocks smashed and bloodied It's seems to be a case of "who blinks first" in this USD 25bn equities subsector, where the king of volatility resides.    Friday , 05 Feb 2010 New mining development critical to Nunavut economic growth This past weekend's meeting of the G7 Finance Ministers in Iqaluit, Nunavut, brought renewed global attention to the critical need for mining dollars to stimulate the economy of Canada's newest territory.    Monday , 08 Feb 2010 China and U.S. heading for a cold war? What impact on gold? Some observers feel that China may be looking to retaliate over recent U.S. po

The New York Times Business

Business, Feruary,8,2010   European Central Bank in a Squeeze By JACK EWING As alarm about Greek debt increases, a weakness of the European monetary union has been exposed: its lack of a strong political arm. Asia Sails Smoothly Through Debt Waters By VIKAS BAJAJ and KEITH BRADSHER The Asian financial crisis of 1997 led many countries to be more conservative about borrowing and spending than Western nations. Toyota Is Expected to Add 2010 Prius to Recalls By HIROKO TABUCHI The decision to recall at least 311,000 2010 Prius cars will be announced early this week, adding to the automaker’s woes after recalls of other models.

MOney Morning, February 8,2010

February 8, 2010 This market manipulation is legal - for now Most investors recognize that the markets are manipulated... But don’t understand to what degree. Fact is, the next 1,000-point down day has practically been scripted and assigned a date. Knowing how this works can produce some outrageous gains - legally. At least for now. Renowned analyst Jon Markman has the details here . Sponsored content U.S. Joins Global Parade of Countries Plagued by Debt Bomb By Jon D. Markman, Contributing Writer, Money Morning The most important fundamental development of the week was not any of a slew of economic reports at all but the new federal budget proposal released by the White House. And it was a doozy: The Obama Administration proposed to spend $3.8 trillion, with $1.6 trillion on the equivalent of the national credit card. Investors did not overtly seem to mind today, but they will. It is almost mind-numbing to think we've gone from the surplus that President Clinto