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Mineweb Top Stories (January 23, 2012).: Despite ‘abnormal’ year, FCX’s 4Q net profit exceeds expectations.

  FEATURED PODCAST                                                      The gold market's cash cost conundrum - Aldis US Global's Ralph Aldis discusses the recent trend towards better disclosure of costs by gold companies but, maintains there is still a long way to go.   TOP STORIES | Wednesday , 23 Jan 2013                                                      Despite ‘abnormal’ year, FCX’s 4Q net profit exceeds expectations Freeport-McMoRan Copper & Gold CEO Richard Adkerson says, "2012 was a year that was abnormal for us" with unusually low ore grades in Indonesia and the effect of a 2011 strike on productivity.    Wednesday , 23 Jan 2013 Sibanye pre-listing statement highlights SA mining risks The soon-to-be-listed gold miner cuts reserves by 28% and makes no bones about the risks faced by a South African-based miner.    Wednesday , 23 Jan 2013 Newmont reports 2012 output

RTTNews | U:S: Commentary (January 18, 2012).

Stocks May Show A Lack Of Direction On Mixed Earnings News - U.S. Commentary 1/18/2013 8:57 AM ET After moving notably higher over the course of the previous session, stocks may show a lack of direction in early trading on Friday. The major index futures are currently pointing to a roughly flat open for the markets , with the Dow futures up by just 7 points. A mixed reaction to the latest batch of earnings news is likely to contribute to choppy trading amid a relatively light day on the economic front. Shares of General Electric (GE) are moving significantly higher in pre-market trading after the industrial conglomerate reported fourth quarter earnings that exceeded analyst estimates on revenues that increased by more than anticipated. Financial giant Morgan Stanley (MS) is also likely to see early strength after reporting a better than expected fourth quarter profit compared to a year-ago loss. On the other hand, semico

MarketWatch | Asian Markets at Close Report (January 16, 2012).: Japan stocks tumble, leading broad Asian losses

By Sarah Turner , MarketWatch  SYDNEY (MarketWatch) — Asian markets mostly declined Wednesday, with Japanese stocks skidding on a firmer yen and shares in Hong Kong weakening as financials lost ground .  The Nikkei Stock Average JP:100000018 -2.56%  tumbled 2.6% to 10,600.44, after ending at a level not seen since April 30, 2010 in the previous session.  Hong Kong’s Hang Seng Index HK:HSI -0.10%  declined 0.1%, the Shanghai Composite CN:000001 -0.70%  dropped 0.7%, South Korea’s Kospi KR:SEU

Money Show Traders Daily Alert (January 14, 2012).

Traders Daily Alert Tips for Traders Bounce or Scalp: What's the Diff? , Michael Bellafiore Options Idea How Special Dividends Affect Option Trading , Alex Mendoza Charts in Play Big Week for Big Banks , Tom Aspray Currency Corner The Forex Trading Week Ahead , Eric Viloria Trading Idea of the Day 3 Metals Face Glittering Future , Przemyslaw Radomski Today's Featured Videos & Exclusive Interviews The Combo Trade , Jennifer Thornburg Why Currencies is An Investment Class for the Everyday Portfolio , Boris Schlossberg, Kathy Lien Finding Stock Options to Trade , Andrew Keene

The Economist | New Selected Articles (January 11, 2012).:

Analects: Warm porridge and bitter tea China's microbloggers use clever hidden messages to evade the country's censors read more » Pomegranate: Can the tourists be lured back? Lebanon launches a campaign to revive its image as a holiday destination read more » Blighty: You can't keep a bad idea down Britain's government seems to have changed its mind about the merits of giant "Titan" prisons read more » Babbage: Access denied America's strict copyright laws have stemmed the flow of material into the public domain read more » Prospero: Winning selections Our take on this year's nominations for the Academy Awards read more »   Daily chart: Unhealthy outcomes A new report highlights the inefficiency of America's health-care spending read more » Online debate: World economy The optimists have the upper hand in our debate on the outlook for the world economy in 201

NYT: ALERT FGC BOLSA - FGC FINANCIAL MARKETS (January 11, 2012).: Obama Near a Choice on Next Chief of Staff .

Alert Name: FGC BOLSA- FGC FIN January 11, 2013 Compiled: 12:32 AM Obama Near a Choice on Next Chief of Staff By JACKIE CALMES (NYT) President Obama for the fifth time must choose the aide who will be the gatekeeper for every problem and person that comes before him. Coins Against Crazies By PAUL KRUGMAN (NYT) About that $1 trillion coin. Hey, desperate times call for creative answers. Geithner’s Treasury Tenure Defined by Financial Crisis By ANNIE LOWREY (NYT) As he looks back on a tumultuous tenure, Timothy F. Geithner, the Treasury secretary, is remarkably sanguine. Jobless Claims Rise Slightly By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS (NYT) The increase was attributed to seasonal volatility, and other measures, such as wholesale sales, were healthy. More Articles On This Topic »

DealBook P.M. Edition (January 10, 2012).: Herbalife Shares Fall After Company Defends Itself

Thursday, January 10, 2013 TOP STORY Herbalife Shares Fall After Company Defends Itself The nutritional supplements company sought to knock down William A. Ackman's accusations that it is a fraud, but it appeared that investors are still trying to make up their minds. DEALBOOK » Deal Professor: What's at the Center of the Debate Over Herbalife Steven M. Davidoff says that there are no easy answers here, and that probably means that the hedge fund combatants William Ackman and Daniel Loeb - and Herbalife - will be duking it out for some time. DEALBOOK » Live Blog: Herbalife Responds to Accusations From Hedge Fund Herbalife executives made a presentation to analysts and its investors to respond to accusations by the investor William A. Ackman that their company operates a pyramid scheme. DEALBOOK » DEALBOOK HIGHLIGHTS Judge Postpones Sentencing for Wells Fargo Broker A California federal judge has del

Market Watch | Wall Street Market at Close Report (January 10, 2012).: U.S. stocks rise on improved global view:

By Kate Gibson , MarketWatch  NEW YORK (MarketWatch) — U.S. stocks rose on Thursday, lifting the S&P 500 to a five-year closing high, after data from China bolstered the view of an improving global economy.  “Chinese growth is accelerating and the market over the last day or so seems to have taken on a more positive tone as it relates to earnings,” said Mark Luschini, chief market strategist at Janney Montgomery Scott.  December exports data from China beat expectations, while European Central Bank President Mario Draghi projected that the euro zone’s economy would bounce back later this year.  ECB holds policy steady Dow Jones Managing Editor Michael Casey joins the News Hub to discuss the increase in unemployment, European Central Bank rates holding steady and news from Herbalife.  “In Europe the recession is not worsening, Chinese growth is accelerating and in the U.S., the worst of the fiscal cliff is behind us. The impact of tax cuts is