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MarketWatch: Weely Roundup | The Werek's Top Videos.- Oct 9th., 2010

MarketWatch

Weekly Roundup
OCTOBER 09, 2010

The week's top videos

By MarketWatch




In case you missed them, here are the top 10 videos that appeared on MarketWatch for the week of Oct. 4-8:

The iStethoscope app

The iStethoscope app turns your iPhone into a stethoscope, allowing you to listen to your heartbeat. Check out the demo.

Tea-party activists in their own words

Tea-party activists talk to Russ Britt on what their influential movement represents.
 Watch Video Report.

Willie Brown warns of tea-party threat

The tea-party movement will become the GOP's new face, according to Willie Brown, the former mayor of San Francisco who also was the longtime speaker of California's State Assembly. The political veteran handicaps the midterm elections and the Golden State's governor's race, and talks about how Barack Obama can save his presidency. Jonathan Burton has the interview.
 Watch Video Report.

Maybe it is a currency war

It's not just the Bank of Japan; central banks from Brazil to South Korea to Australia are trying to tamp down their currencies, which is driving up commodities like gold and crude, as well as stocks. Anna Raff, Mike Reid and Paul Vigna discuss.

Putting the snap back in Snap-On

Until the economy starts firing on all cylinders, Snap-On has the right tools to boost sales and earnings--and lift its shares.

Verizon iPhone benefits, drawbacks

Walt Mossberg and Marcelo Prince discuss the possible benefits and drawbacks of having the iPhone on Verizon's wireless network, including whether it will suffer some of the same problems that have plagued AT&T. Plus, Verizon readies 4G service.
 Watch Video Report.

Avoid retirement-savings mistakes

Saving money is hard enough without worrying about how to fund your retirement years, but there are ways to get ahead. Stuart Ritter, a financial adviser with T. Rowe Price, highlights some fundamental steps that new retirees and those near retirement can take. He talks with Jonathan Burton.
 Watch Video Report.

Motorola bets big on Android

Motorola co-CEO Sanjay Jha says he's open to working with Microsoft on mobile despite the lawsuit Microsoft has filed against Motorola. But in another interview, Mr. Jha indicated the company is still betting big on Android - and that the Windows Phone 7 ship may have sailed for Motorola. Dan Gallagher reports.
 Watch Video Report.

Eyes on the Road: Why light is the new black

One auto trend emerging from this year's Paris auto show is a strong push to make luxury cars more lightweight than ever. Joe White takes a look at Lamborghini's Sesto Elemento prototype and Jaguar's C-X75 aluminum-bodied hybrid.

How to maximize your income on a budget

"Fox and Friends" is joined by personal finance expert Dave Ramsey to discuss how people can budget to maximize their income.
 Watch Video Report.

MarketWatch: Personal Finance Daily.- Credit Cards And Your Legal Rights. Oct. 8th., 2010.

MarketWatch

Personal Finance Daily
OCTOBER 08, 2010

Friday's Personal Finance stories:

Don't miss these top stories:


By MarketWatch




If like many consumers you ignore the fine print outlining the terms and conditions of your credit card, you might want to get out your reading glasses.

Credit card companies take most or all of your legal rights when you sign on the bottom line, as Jennifer Waters points out in this week's "Consumer Confidential" column.

See what you can do to fight for your credit card rights, and read David Weidner's column on how banks' foreclosure failures threaten the mortgage market. Then check out five alternatives to investing in gold, and see why technology stocks and telecom stocks are moving together, but for different reasons, in the latest Personal Finance stories.

-- Jonathan Burton , Money & Investing editor

CONSUMERS

Credit cards wrangle your rights away

It may surprise you to learn that you surrender a bevy of your legal rights when you agree to the "terms and conditions" of most major credit cards.
Read Consumer Confidential's take on fighting for your credit card rights.

REAL ESTATE

Stall on foreclosures shows failure of mortgage market

The foreclosure documentation failures at some of the nation's biggest banks is a kind of karmic justice.
See why foreclosures have gone wild.

Can banks survive a bankruptcy?

Bankruptcy is becoming viable for failing banks - where the holding company enters court protection instead of FDIC receivership. It may work well for smaller banks with hard to restructure hybrid capital, William Sweet of Skadden Arps tells Lisa Lee.
Can banks survive a bankruptcy?

INVESTING

Tech and telecom: together but apart

Investors are plugging into technology and telecommunications stocks, but opposing currents are powering the connection.
Read about recent performance of tech stocks and telecom stocks.

Five alternatives to gold

Gold has extended its record streak recently, as prices hover near $1,350 an ounce. But while the 2010 gold rush is making a lot of headlines, it's important to not overlook other hard assets that are also surging.
Read about five alternatives to gold.

Stupid Investment of the Week

Reservation service OpenTable has been on fire lately, but that doesn't mean it's not a stupid investment.
Read Chuck Jaffe's Stupid Investment of the Week.

The Washington Post : Today's Headlines & Analyst. Oct. 9th., 2010






 
 TODAY'S HIGHLIGHTS
Momentum builds for nationwide freeze on foreclosures
Senior Obama administration officials said Friday that a nationwide moratorium on foreclosure sales may be inevitable, despite their grave reservations about the impact a broad freeze would have on the nation's housing market and economic recovery.
(By Ariana Eunjung Cha, Steven Mufson and Jia Lynn Yang, The Washington Post)

With large fundraising advantage, Republicans expand the number of targeted races
(By Dan Eggen and T.W. Farnam, The Washington Post)

Constellation Energy shelves plan for Calvert Cliffs reactor
(By Steven Mufson, The Washington Post)

Weight-loss drug withdrawal latest blow to obesity fight
(By Rob Stein, The Washington Post)

Trial by attire
What serves the Supreme Court well? For humble dignity, black is dutiful.
(By ROBIN GIVHAN, The Washington Post)

More Today's Highlights


POLITICS
With large fundraising advantage, Republicans expand the number of targeted races
The Republican Party and its allies are using a clear financial advantage to pursue a rare opportunity this year, spreading resources across an unusually large number of races, including many considered safe for Democrats just weeks ago.
(By Dan Eggen and T.W. Farnam, The Washington Post)

More Politics


NATION
Momentum builds for nationwide freeze on foreclosures
Senior Obama administration officials said Friday that a nationwide moratorium on foreclosure sales may be inevitable, despite their grave reservations about the impact a broad freeze would have on the nation's housing market and economic recovery.
(By Ariana Eunjung Cha, Steven Mufson and Jia Lynn Yang, The Washington Post)

Weight-loss drug withdrawal latest blow to obesity fight
(By Rob Stein, The Washington Post)

More Nation


BUSINESS
Constellation Energy shelves plan for Calvert Cliffs reactor
Constellation Energy has shelved its proposal to build a new reactor at its Calvert Cliffs nuclear power plant, Obama administration officials said Friday, even though the administration had decided to award the project a $7.5 billion loan guarantee.
(By Steven Mufson, The Washington Post)

Momentum builds for nationwide freeze on foreclosures
(By Ariana Eunjung Cha, Steven Mufson and Jia Lynn Yang, The Washington Post)

More Business


SPORTS
Reserve running back Nate Nolasco steps in to lift Rockville past Wheaton
Nate Nolasco might have the most unenviable job on a high school football team. The Rockville senior backs up Crusoe Gongbay, the Washington area's leading rusher, who gets about 30 carries per game. Nolasco tells himself to be prepared to step in, yet actually stepping in is something else.
(By Alan Goldenbach, The Washington Post)

Younger brother of Washington Redskins' Albert Haynesworth dies in motorcycle accident
(By Rick Maese, The Washington Post)

The Heat is one of those irresistible teams
(By Michael Wilbon, The Washington Post)

Sources say NFLPA is preparing collusion case against NFL teams
(By Mark Maske, The Washington Post)

Russ Cochran leads Senior Players Championship by one shot after two rounds
(By Kathy Orton, The Washington Post)

More Sports


STYLE
Washington National Opera unveils a lively 'Salome'
"Salome" is an opera that, like a brilliant and naughty child, deliberately sets out to shock its audience. The Washington National Opera, however, needed not to shock, but to win over. With the news coming out of the company in the past couple of months -- Merger with Kennedy Center discussed! P...
(By Anne Midgette, The Washington Post)

Ford's 'Sabrina Fair' is a class act
Talented cast perfectly plays this twist on the 1950s Cinderella story
(By Nelson Pressley, The Washington Post)

Kim Jong Eun, heir apparent for prime time
(The Washington Post)

'Double Fantasy,' getting real and getting results
(By Allison Stewart, The Washington Post)

VelocityDC festival happily hits the ground running
(By Sarah Kaufman, The Washington Post)

More Style


Mr. Liu's Peace Prize
FOR LIU XIAOBO, the Nobel Peace Prize awarded Friday will not be a get-out-of-jail-free card. Just ask Aung San Suu Kyi, the only other Nobel Peace Prize laureate in confinement. She was under house arrest when she won the prize in 1991 for her nonviolent leadership of Burma's democracy movement,...
(The Washington Post)

North Korea digs in
The West is offered an opportunity to finance the regime's dynastic transition.
(The Washington Post)

Out of bounds
Ted Leonsis is doing great things with the Wizards. Reviving the Bullets's name wouldn't be one of them.
(The Washington Post)

RTTNews Morning Market Briefing .- Stocks to Watch.- Shale and healthy. Oct .09, 2010

Morning Market Briefing Sat Oct 9 09:01 2010

Stocks To Watch

Oct 9, 2010 Shale and healthy…This rapidly growing independent oil and gas producer set a new company record for production in the recent second quarter. The exploration and production company continues to benefit from its head st Full Article

NYT : Morning Business News.- Your Money . Oct. 9th., 2010



BUSINESS:

YOUR MONEY
After Foreclosure, a Focus on Title Insurance
By RON LIEBER
Title insurance might feel like a tax during the home-buying process, but the questions now surrounding foreclosures have made its importance crystal-clear.

Flying Fewer Planes, Airlines Find Stability
By JAD MOUAWAD
The scaling back in flights reflects a more timid — and perhaps chastened — industry than in previous decades.

Apple Plans to Offer iPhone on Verizon
By MIGUEL HELFT
After more than three years of using AT&T networks, Apple is said to be making an iPhone 4 for Verizon.

More Business News

nyt : FGC BOLSA - FGC FINANCIAL MARKET ALERT. Oct. 9th., 2010




Alert Name: FGC BOLSA - FGC FINA
October 9, 2010 

TECHNOLOGY

The United Arab Emirates said it had reached an agreement with the device’s maker, Research In Motion.

BUSINESS / GLOBAL BUSINESS

An alliance among farmers, an aid group and a producer is helping to bring Afghan raisins to a wider market.