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Oct 5, 2010

MarketWatch : Special Financial Services: Stocks to watch Wednesday / Nasdaq ETF s rally ../ TMX New Alternative Trading System. Oct. 5th., 2010


Stocks to Watch: Stocks in focus Wednesday: Costco, Marriott
By MarketWatch 

Among the companies whose shares are expected to see active trade in Wednesday’s session are Costco Wholesale Corp., Constellation Brands Inc., Marriott International Inc. and Yum Brands Inc. 

By John Spence MarketWatch

The tech-heavy PowerShares QQQ has outperformed lately to break its summer trading range. However, the ETF’s fate is closely linked to Apple Inc.; it has a 20% stake in the tech giant. 

By Ashley Lau

TMX Group, owner of the Toronto Stock Exchange, plans to launch a new alternative trading system which will feature longer trading hours and a unique pricing model. 

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The Washington Post : Afternoon Edition: Most Read Articles. Oct 5th., 2010

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1) Democrats gain in poll but GOP still leads as midterm elections near

Less than a month before the midterm elections, the political landscape remains strongly tilted toward Republicans, although Democrats have made modest improvements with voters since their late-summer low point, according to a new Washington Post-ABC News poll.

2) When words can kill

On the right, hateful rhetoric is fired like bullets.

3) What to expect from Google TV

Google TV - the Web giant's software package for finding and watching TV programming over the Internet and through traditional subscription services - looks less vaporous now. Just in time for introductions of Google TV-enabled hardware from Sony and Logitech, Google announced further details abo...

4) Anthropologists adopt a more favorable view of Neanderthals

Scientists are broadly rethinking the nature, skills and demise of the Neanderthals of Europe and Asia, steadily finding more ways that they were substantially like us and quite different from the limited, unchanging and ultimately doomed inferiors most commonly described in the past.

5) Business cards thrive in a digital age

Paper is in peril. Hardcover book sales, down e-book sales, soaring. Magazine and newspaper circulation are in decline. When was the last time you let your fingers do the walking in the Yellow Pages?

6) Tea party, religious right often overlap, poll shows

A new poll shows that half of those who consider themselves part of the tea party movement also identify as part of the religious right, reflecting the complex - and sometimes contradictory - blend of bedfellows in the American conservative movement.

7) Who's buying?

It's unconcionable that we can't know who the buyers are of public offices these days.

8) Moraes on TV: It's storytelling night on 'Dancing with the Stars'

It's "Every Dance Must Tell a Story" week on "Dancing with the Stars." The bar was set very high last season when Kate Gosselin gave a tour de force performance as Boris Karloff, in character as Frankenstein, dancing to the Lady Gaga tune "Paparazzi." Can any of this season's celebrities hope to ...

9) Families are trimming plans to pay for college, survey finds

American families are scaling back plans to pay for their children's college education as the stunted economic recovery continues to weigh on household budgets, according to a survey to be released Tuesday that was commissioned by college lender Sallie Mae.

10) Despite crackdown, nine men have died in U.S. mines since Upper Big Branch

In the weeks after the worst U.S. coal-mining accident in 40 years, federal safety inspectors showed up repeatedly at a mine that snakes under the West Virginia hills: Loveridge No. 22.

MarketWatch: Personal Finance Daily.-Best-of city-lists dont always pass the test. Oct. 5th., 2010

Personal Finance Daily
OCTOBER 05, 2010

Tuesday's Personal Finance stories

Don't miss these top stories:

By MarketWatch

Is your geographic area the most livable? Affordable? Sexiest? Healthiest? Most stressful? Kid-friendly? No matter how many "best-of" lists you've seen before, it's hard to ignore the latest city-ranking surveys that can make or break a town's collective identity, at least for a few months until the media attention dies down. Chalk it up to a combination of curiosity, vanity and lifestyle fantasizing.

Of course, these lists serve multiple purposes, not least of which is marketing, real-estate reporter Amy Hoak found. Check out her story and accompanying slide show to see which cities have attracted accolades for myriad characteristics, and which cities may wish for a little less exposure as they work to improve their reputations.

And if you've been wondering if the worst of the foreclosure crisis is behind us, read Brett Arends' story for his take on how to protect yourself from unscrupulous lenders. Plus, if you're one of the millions of Americans taking care of a loved one with dementia or Alzheimer's disease, don't miss today's Health Matters blog post on a free service that aims to make the experience less lonely and intimidating.

Given the proliferation of these "best of" city lists, I assume they mean — or can mean — big business. But I have yet to hear from anyone who's picked up and moved because of them.

Kristen Gerencher , Reporter/Health-care Columnist


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For someone casually surfing the Web, lists that rank places can be oh so tempting to read. The most earth-friendly cities. The most haunted cities. The most sex-happy cities. The most bedbug-infested cities.
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"Best of" city scenes

From the manliest cities (Charlotte, N.C.) to the most haunted (Savannah, Ga.), take a look at some of the more unusual "best of" city list pictures.
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Your money with Chuck Jaffe: Range-bound market's buying opportunities

Terry Diamond, chairman of Talon Asset Management in Chicago, said investors can find a home in a range-bound stock market, especially it you're willing to dig deep for pricing opportunities.
Read about opportunities in a range-bound stock market.

Paul B. Farrell: The Fed is dead, maybe by 2012

OK, so Nassim Nicholas Taleb, the "Black Swan" author, actually said: "The Fed won't exist in 25 years." Warning: It'll happen much sooner, fallout of the coming Second American Revolution.
Read more about why the Fed is dead.

Brett Arends' ROI: Seven lessons from the latest mortgage scandal

Some of the country's biggest mortgage lenders apparently have been bending the law to speed up foreclosures.
Read about the real meaning of the foreclosure scandal.


What to expect when a loved one has dementia

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CNBC : Evening Brief .- Lower Payouts for Wall Street Traders Looking More Likely . Oct. 5th., 2010


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FINANCIAL & FOREX INFO NEWS ( F & F I N ) : Reuters - daily Investor Update.Wall Street soars to near 5-month high on stimulus hopes. Oct 5th., 2010

Wall Street soars to near 5-month high on stimulus hopes
Fed, ECB throwing world into chaos: Stiglitz
Soros blames Germany for Europe "deflation spiral"
Ford to cut dealers in Lincoln revamp
Service sector picks up in Sept: ISM
Facebook & Twitter used in stock fraud: U.S. prosecutor
Fed's Evans says favors "much more" easing: report
Forex flexibility needed for rebalancing growth: U.S.
Sept sales seen up on back-to-school, promotion
Ex-trader Kerviel sentenced to 3 years in jail

NYT: Afternoon Business News.Markets Rally on Japanese Interest Rate Move. Oct. 5th., 2010


Markets Rally on Japanese Interest Rate Move

Shares on Wall Street jumped after Japan's central bank carried out measures aimed at supporting the economy.

Rogue Trader at Société Générale Gets 3 Years

Jérôme Kerviel was sentenced to at least three years in prison and ordered to repay the bank close to $7 billion.

Bank of Japan Moves to Buy More Assets

The decision underscores concerns that a strong yen and persistent deflation threaten the country's recovery.

E.U. Presses Beijing to Open Its Projects to European Bidders

The European Union's trade chief said the bloc could limit the ability of Chinese companies to bid for public works projects unless European companies get the same access to China.
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Kurtz to Leave Washington Post

Howard Kurtz, The Washington Post's marquee media columnist, will leave the paper for The Daily Beast, a two-year-old news and commentary Web site.

RTTNews: Evening Market Wrap .- Stocks Rally Amid Optimism Fed May Resume Asset Buying. Oct. 5th., 2010

Evening Market Wrap Tue Oct 5 17:01 2010  


Oct 5, 2010 Stocks Rally Amid Optimism Fed May Resume Asset Buying - U.S. Commentary Stocks shot higher on Tuesday, offsetting yesterday's weakness as the prospects of the U.S. Federal Reserve bringing back its quantitative easing measures appeared increasingly likely following Japan's own move to do so. A stronger than expected reading on U.S. service sector activity also helped to drive the major averages to multi-month closing highs. Full Article

Economic News

Oct 5, 2010 Service Sector Activity Expands At Accelerated Pace In September Activity in the service sector expanded for the ninth consecutive month in September, according to a report released by the Institute for Supply Management on Tuesday, with the report also showing that the pace of growth accelerated by much more than anticipated. The ISM said its index of activity in the service sector rose to 53.2 in September from 51.5 in August, with a reading above 50 indicating growth in the sector. Economists had been expecting the index to edge up to a reading of 51.8. Full Article

Corporate News

Oct 5, 2010 Novartis Discontinues Development Of Mycograb, Zalbin - Update Swiss healthcare giant Novartis AG (NVS) announced Tuesday that it discontinued the development of two investigational compounds, Mycograb and Zalbin, in its pharmaceutical pipeline, citing enhanced focus on portfolio prioritization and productivity. Incidentally, the decision follows the FDA issuing a complete response letter for its Biologics License Application for Zalbin, which is being jointly developed by Novartis and Human Genome Sciences Inc.(HGSI). Full Article
Oct 5, 2010 Grupo Televisa To Invest $1.2 Bln In Univision - Update Mexican broadcaster Grupo Televisa, S.A (TV) Tuesday said it would invest $1.2 billion in cash and stock to buy effectively a 35% stake in Univision Communications, Inc., a Spanish-language television network in US, with a view to extend its reach in US. As per the deal, Televisa would also contribute 50% of its interest in TuTV joint venture to Univision. Full Article
Oct 5, 2010 Walgreen September Comparable Store Sales Rise - Update Drugstore chain Walgreen Co. (WAG) Tuesday announced sales results for the month of September, reporting a 0.4% rise in comparable store sales and a 5.3% increase in total sales. Walgreens' total monthly sales were $5.64 billion, compared with $5.36 billion for the same month last year. Duane Reade stores, acquired in April 2010, contributed 2.8 percentage points to the total sales growth for the month. Full Article

Forex Commentary

Oct 5, 2010 Dollar Drops To Lowest Since January After Japan Cuts Rates The dollar tumbled to its lowest since January versus a basket of major currencies, as traders shrugged off easing measures by the Japanese and bet the Federal Reserve will trump them in the coming months. Unusual yen strength has badly damaged the export-reliant Japanese economy, compelling the Bank of Japan to lower interest rates to effectively zero and establish a $60 billion fund to make asset purchases. Full Article

Political News

Oct 5, 2010 O'Donnell Seeks To Assure Delaware Voters She's "Not A Witch" "I'm not a witch," Delaware Republican Senate candidate Christine O'Donnell declares to open her first television ad in her race against Democrat Chris Coons, with O'Donnell seeking to reassure voters that may be concerned by her remarks that she "dabbled" in witchcraft as a teenager. Full Article

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Oct 5, 2010 Talbots Backs Q3, FY10 Earnings View, But Lowers Sales Growth Outlook - Update Women's apparel retailer Talbots Inc. (TLB) on Tuesday reiterated its earnings outlook for the third quarter and fiscal year 2010, but lowered its forecast for sales growth for both the periods. The company also projects 75 to 100 store closings by the end of 2013 as part of its three-year strategic plan. Following the news, the company's shares are down more than 9% in the pre-market trading. Full Article

F & F I N : U.S. Markets At Close Snapshot. Oct . 5rth., 2010


Index Last Change %Change
DJIA 10,948.39 +197.12 1.83% Hilighted
Nasdaq 2,398.12 +53.60 2.29%
S&P 500 1,162.01 +24.98 2.20%
FOX 50 834.57 +16.58 2.03%
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MarketWatch : Special Financial Services: Israel Stocks Gains /French Justice for Kerviel, American Style

Israel Stocks: Israel stocks gain; benchmark near record
By Robert Daniel MarketWatch

Israeli stocks jump higher, with all major sectors trading in the green and pushing Tel Aviv’s benchmark index within a hairbreadth of its record closing high. 

By MarketWatch

in finding trader Jerome Kerviel guilty, the French seem to be saying that his bank, Societe Generale shares no responsibility. How very American. 

Mining Interactive: Tumi Defines Significant Drill Targets at Mezquite Silver-Zinc-Lead Project, Mexico.Oct. 5th., 2010

October 5, 2010
Mezquite is a very high drill priority for Tumi and
Initial drill program to commence ASAP
  • Thirteen (13) previously reported grab samples from pits ranged from 111 g/t to 600 g/t silver, 0.45% to 14.4% lead and 1.5% to 38.6% zinc;
  • Nine (9) of the thirteen (13) samples assayed above 280 g/t silver suggesting that silver is present in significant quantities at Mezquite.
Says David Henstridge, President & CEO: “The discovery of significant geophysical anomalies in the dolostone spatially coincident with the known surface workings and elevated geochemistry makes Mezquite a very high drill priority for Tumi.  The Company will prioritize drill site preparation and get permission from the necessary authorities and landowner to enable an initial drill program to commence as soon as possible.  The market will be kept informed of progress”.
View Today's Press Release
Dear Friends:
These high priority drill-targets at Mezquite are a good start for Tumi and soon, I am expecting more news from Sweden as well.
It has been a long hard working year for the Company and its exploration team and as Tumi progresses into the drilling season all this should reflect in the Company share price this 4th Quarter of 2010.
Here is an up-to-date Summary of Tumi and its impressive exploration portfolio:
View 2-page Summary here!
Stay Tuned!!- - - there is much more to come from Tumi!!
Nick L. Nicolaas
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F & F I N : FOX BUSINESS .-Markets Bounce at Kickoff. Oct. 5th., 2010

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Markets Bounce at KickoffBouncing back from its worst day in a month, stock opened solidly higher as Wall Street cheered the latest stimulus measures by the Bank of Japan.


Treasury Bailed Out 66 Weak Banks

A new report shows a growing number of bailed-out banks are struggling to stay afloat.

Bank of Japan Reverts to Zero Rates

The bank surprised markets by pledging to pump more funds into the struggling economy.

EU Urges Faster Yuan Rise

Policymakers pressed China  for faster appreciation of its currency to rebalance the world economy.

Delicate Dance of Controlling U.S. Deficit

The Fed chief warns the deficit needs to be narrowed, but belt-tightening too soon could harm recovery.

Ireland's Credit Rating on Review

Moody's may downgrade the country due to increased uncertainty about the its financial strength.| WATCH

RTTNews: Daily Market Analysis.- Traders May Derive Some Comfort From Accommodative Central Bank Actions. Oct. 5th., 2010

Daily Market Analysis Tue Oct 5 09:16 2010 

Oct 5, 2010 Traders May Derive Some Comfort From Accommodative Central Bank Actions - RTTNews Daily Market Analysis The major U.S. index futures are pointing to a higher opening on Tuesday, with markets looking poised to rebound from the previous session's losses. Traders may derive some encouragement from the monetary policy decisions by the central banks of Australia and Japan. The Bank of Japan today decided to relax monetary policy further from extremely accommodative levels, while the Reserve Bank of Australia maintained rates unchanged. The prices of commodities have also turned higher. The results of the Institute for Supply Management's service sector survey may also impact market movement in today's session. Full Article

MarketWatch : Special Financial Services.- Treasurys rise based on Japan Developments.Oct. 5th., 2010

Treasurys rise on Japan, Ireland developments
By Deborah Levine MarketWatch

Bond investors take reassurance that the Federal Reserve plans to embrace a new round of quantitative easing. 

RTTNews : Morning Market Briefing.- Stocks May Move Moderately Higher At The Open - U.S. Commentary . Oct. 5th., 2010

Morning Market Briefing Tue Oct 5 09:01 2010 


Oct 5, 2010 Stocks May Move Moderately Higher At The Open - U.S. Commentary Stocks futures are pointing to a moderately higher open on Tuesday as the markets await data on service sector activity while digesting central bank decisions from Japan and Australia. The major index futures are all in positive territory, with the Dow futures up by 53 points. Full Article

Economic News

Oct 5, 2010 U.K. Services Growth Cools Double-Dip Fears British service sector activity growth picked up in September from August's sixteen-month low, easing fears of yet another economic downturn. Full Article
Oct 5, 2010 Eurozone Private Sector Growth Slows To 7-Month Low Growth of business activity in the Eurozone private sector decelerated in September, according to a closely watched survey. Although the expansion slowed to a seven-month low at the end of the third quarter, the situation was better than the initial estimate. Full Article
Oct 5, 2010 Ireland Warned Of Possible Rating Downgrade The Republic of Ireland's increasingly fragile fiscal position and its weak economic prospects could prompt its sovereign bond ratings to be cut within three months, a ratings agency has warned. Full Article
Oct 5, 2010 Reserve Bank Of Australia Holds Rates Again The Reserve Bank of Australia on Tuesday surprised markets by deciding to hold interest rates at 4.5% for the fifth straight month. Most analysts had expected the central bank to raise rates by a quarter percentage point to 4.75%. Full Article
Oct 5, 2010 Bank Of Japan Cuts Interest Rates The Bank of Japan cut its benchmark interest rate to almost zero as it seeks to kick start a faltering recovery. The central bank also unveiled a new asset purchase scheme to buy up government bonds and boost liquidity in the deflation-wracked economy. Full Article
Oct 5, 2010 Australia Logs A$2.346 Bln Trade Surplus In AugustAustralia had a seasonally adjusted merchandise trade surplus of A$2.346 billion in August, the Australian Bureau of Statistics said on Tuesday. Full Article

Earnings News

Oct 5, 2010 Mosaic Q1 profit almost trebles, yet misses StreetMonday, Mosaic Co. (MOS) reported almost a three-fold rise in profit for the first quarter, helped by much higher potash sales volumes and a spike in phosphate selling prices. Gross margin also expanded 800 basis points to 23%. But earnings per share came in below the Street view, while sales, which grew 50% year-over-year, surpassed estimates. Full Article

Corporate News

Oct 5, 2010 Alcon appoints Novartis executive Robert Karsunky as CFOMonday, Alcon, Inc. (ACL) hired Robert Karsunky as replacement for Chief Financial Officer Richard Croarkin, who has served the firm since August 2007. Karsunky who is currently with Novartis AG (NVS), is stated to be rejoining Nestle. Karsunky will join Alcon on November 01. Full Article
Oct 5, 2010 Visa, MasterCard settle federal antitrust probe; Amex contends LawsuitMonday, Visa Inc. (V) and MasterCard Inc. (MA) reached a settlement with the U.S. Department of Justice and the attorneys general of seven states to resolve antitrust investigations into the firms' merchant acceptance rules. American Express Co., (AXP) which faces a similar lawsuit said it has no intention of settling the case since it doesn't have market power to force merchants to accept its products or pricing. Full Article
Oct 5, 2010 Novartis halts development of two drugsTuesday, Novartis AG (NVS) said it discontinued the development of two drugs, Mycograb and Zalbin, citing enhanced focus on portfolio prioritization and productivity. The decision came after the FDA issued a complete response letter for its Biologics License Application for Zalbin, which is being jointly developed by Novartis and Human Genome Sciences Inc.(HGSI). The company expects to record charges of $590 million related to the discontinuation of drug development in the third quarter. Full Article
Oct 5, 2010 Televisa to invest $1.2 bln in Univision for minority stake – reportsTuesday, Grupo Televisa SA (TV) agreed to pay $1.2 billion to gain a minority stake in rival broadcaster Univision Communications Inc. to expand its programming in the U.S, said media reports. Under the terms of the deal, the Mexcican company will pay $130 million for a 5% stake in the private-equity firm and the rest of the amount will comprise of convertible debt equivalent to 30% of Univision shares. The firm will also have the option to acquire another 5% of the company after three years. Full Article

Todays WS Events

Oct 5, 2010 Fiserv Annual Investor Conference At 9:00 AM ET Fiserv, Inc. (FISV) will host its Annual Investor Conference on October 5, 2010. The event is scheduled to begin at 9:00 AM ET. To access the live webcast, log on at
Oct 5, 2010 Anadarko Petroleum To Present At The Johnson Rice & Co.Energy Conference; Webcast At 9:00 AM ET Anadarko Petroleum Corporation (APC) will present at the Johnson Rice & Co.Energy Conference in New Orleans on October 5, 2010. The event is scheduled to begin at 9:00 AM ET. To access the live webcast, log on at
Oct 5, 2010 Noble Energy To Present At Johnson Rice Energy Conference; Webcast At 10:00 AM ET Noble Energy, Inc. (NBL) will present at the Johnson Rice Energy Conference. The event is scheduled to begin at 10:00 AM ET, October 5, 2010. To access the live webcast, log on to
Oct 5, 2010 EOG Resources To Present At The Johnson Rice Energy Conference; Webcast At 11:15 AM ET EOG Resources, Inc. (EOG) will present at the Johnson Rice Energy Conference, on October 5, 2010. The event is scheduled to begin at 11:15 AM ET. To access the live webcast, log on at
Oct 5, 2010 Iron Mountain 13th Annual Investor Day At 9:00 AM ET Iron Mountain Inc (IRM) will hold its 13th Annual Investor Day in New York City. The event is scheduled to begin at 9:00 AM ET, October 5, 2010. To access the live webcast, log on at

F & F I N : Reuters - Before The Bell.- Stock futures rise on Bank of Japan move, ISM data due.

Stock futures rise on Bank of Japan move, ISM data due
BOJ reverts to zero rates, pledges to buy more assets
Ex-trader Kerviel sentenced to 3 years in jail
Bernanke says more Fed asset purchases could help
Report favors BHP bid for Potash, warns on China
Consumer loan delinquencies rise slightly: ABA
EU urges faster yuan rise
Moody's warns of Irish downgrade as recovery falters
Gymboree hires Goldman, exploring private equity sale: report
September sales seen up on back-to-school and promotions

Gold Mineweb : Lack of trust could push gold higher, but fundamentals precarious. Oct. 5th., 2010

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Lack of trust could push gold higher, but fundamentals precarious

While the distrust factor could continue to push gold higher into 2011, Australian group RCR feels weak fundamentals could see prices dissipate later next year.    Tuesday , 05 Oct 2010

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Gold, silver and rare earths offer investor promise

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Two workers killed on South African gold mines

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Buying gold by the ton - the super-rich option

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Silver to win even if economy picks up

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Silver tracks gold to new 30-year high

The price of spot silver rose to a high of $22.23 in early trade as the euro jumped to a session high versus the dollar    Tuesday , 05 Oct 2010

US Mint to bring back sale of one-ounce American Eagle silver coins

The silver coins, which were unavailable in 2009, will be sold at $45.95, highlighting the strong demand for the metal    Tuesday , 05 Oct 2010

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Newmont Peruvian gold/copper project orders world's largest SAG mill from Metso

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MDM Engineering resumes work on MWS gold tailings site

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