Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Update Weekly Investment News

WIB: +12 jam

Week Ahead: Global Inflation Nips at Stocks, Earnings on Tap

Earnings Central
Monday's earnings reports include McDonald's in the morning, and American Express, CSX, Amgen, Texas Instruments and VMWare after the closing bell. DuPont, Johnson and Johnson, 3M, Siemens, Travelers, Coach, Corning, Peabody Energy, Kimberly-Clark, Sherwin Williams and U.S. Airways report Tuesday morning. Gilead, Yahoo, Juniper Networks, Stryker, DeVry and Norfolk Southern report after Tuesday's close. More big names are on deck Wednesday, with Boeing, Conoco Phillips, United Technologies, SAP, Abbott Labs, Occidental Pete, Xerox, St. Jude Medical and Southern Co, before the opening bell. Afternoon reports are expected Wednesday from Motorola Mobility, Netflix, Starbucks, Symantec, Varian Medical, Citrix Systems, ETrade, Lam Research and Logitech. AT&T, Caterpillar, Procter and Gamble, AstraZeneca, Colgate-Palmolive, Time Warner Cable, UnderArmour, Potash, Lockheed Martin, JetBlue, Motorola Solutions and Raytheon report Thursday morning. Amazon.com, Microsoft, Verisign, KLA-Tencor and Monster World wide release results Thursday after the bell. Friday's reports include Chevron, American Electric Power, Arch Coal, Honeywell and Advanced Semi.

Week Ahead:
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Indonesia Stocks: Astra International, Semen Gresik, Timah

Goldman Revises Down Rupiah Forecast to 9,000 in Three Months

Euro May Extend Gains to Two-Month High: Technical Analysis

Buy Thai Stocks on Index's Biggest Drop in 15 Months, Credit Suisse Says

Tuesday Look Ahead: Stocks Head Towards Psychological Milestones

7 Reasons to Feel Good About This Market

Spread Between Short- & Long-Term Borrowing Rates Hit Widest Ever

Joe Terranova: These 3 Things Could Signal Cool-Down

American Market Preferred in Global Poll on New Confidence

Copper May Drop to $9,000 on Sell Signal, Huawen Says: Technical Analysis

China Stocks ‘Dead Cross’ Signals Losses: Technical Analysis

Australian Dollar May Extend Slide on Fibonacci Break: Technical Analysis

IMF Raises 2011 Global Growth Forecast to 4.4%, Says Risks Still Elevated

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