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Daily Highlights: 8.31.09

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  • Asian stocks decline on lower China earnings, strengthening yen.
  • China's stock markets fell sharply as upcoming share offering spurred concerns over increased supply.
  • Chinese govt to cut frequency of fuel price adjustments to support the economy.
  • Democratic Party of Japan sweeps to power, ending LDP's half-century reign.
  • Economists split over whether Fed's infusion of credit will spur inflation.
  • Germany to offer businesses addln €10B in govt-backed loans to ease credit crunch.
  • India's first-quarter GDP grows 6.1%, accelerating for first time since 2007.
  • Japan's industrial prodn index rose seasonally adjusted 1.9% on month in July.
  • Jimena develops into a dangerous Category 4 storm off Mexico's Pacific coast.
  • Oil prices fell to near $72 as investors question US economic recovery.
  • UK economy shrank 0.7% in Q2, slightly less than initially reported.
  • US August auto-sales rate may be highest since April 2008 on 'Clunkers'.
  • ANZ sees bad debt cycle peaking in Australia.
  • Apple Inc. may sell more than 3M iPhones in China during the next year.
  • AstraZeneca's Brilinta cuts heart attack, death more than Sanofi's Plavix: study.
  • Baker Hughes buys BJ Services for $5.2B in cash and stock.
  • Bertelsmann AG posted H1 loss of €368M on restructuring, impairments charges.
  • Carrefour SA posted H1 loss of €58M on a 1.8% drop in sales at €2.7B.
  • China Merchants Bank's H1 net falls 38%, to raise $3.22B via rights issue.
  • GM announces a new joint venture in China to make light-duty trucks.
  • Huntsman Corp. has agreed to purchase Tronox Inc. for $415M.
  • Intel ups Q3 revenue f'casts to $8.8-9.2B, cites stronger-than-expected PC demand.
  • Intesa Sanpaolo's Q2 net falls 62% to $736.6M amid higher provisions.
  • Metallurgical Corp. of China to raise about $2.3B via an IPO.
  • Pacer International enters into amended and restated credit agreement.
  • PetroChina plans to boost capacity by acquiring $3.22B worth of assets from CNPC.
  • Tiffany & Co. said sales trends in August are meeting its expectations.

Economic Calendar: Data on Chicago PMI to be released today.

Earnings Calendar: ALOY, BNHNA, CFI, CMM, SINA.

Companies to watch: Apple, AstraZeneca, Culp, GM, Pacer Intl.

Recent Egan-Jones Rating Actions:

AMERICAN TOWER CORP (AMT)
UNITED PARCEL SERVICE INC (UPS)
PNM RESOURCES INC (PNM)
OWENS-ILLINOIS INC (OI)
WHIRLPOOL CORP (WHR)
TRANSOCEAN LTD (RIG)
CROWN HOLDINGS INC (CCK)
STANLEY WORKS/THE (SWK)
SNAP-ON INC (SNA)
GREAT ATLANTIC & PACIFIC TEA CO (GAP)
SAFEWAY INC (SWY)
JC PENNEY CO INC (JCP)
TOLL BROTHERS INC (TOL)

Data provided by Egan-Jones Ratings and Analytics

 

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Mon, 08/31/2009 - 08:53 | 53743 Miles Kendig
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Drip..Drip.. Drip

 

Mon, 08/31/2009 - 09:01 | 53749 E pluribus unum
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  • China's stock markets fell sharply as upcoming share offering spurred concerns over increased supply.
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    Geez, in America, the more stock outstanding, the higher the shares go, e.g., BAC, MS, C. What's wrong with those Chinese people?

    Mon, 08/31/2009 - 09:08 | 53752 Hephasteus
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    Intel's going to make 9.2 billion next quarter.

    Did they pull that number from the same place coke mules pull their baggies?

    Mon, 08/31/2009 - 09:21 | 53756 aldousd
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    interesting train of thought you have there.

    Mon, 08/31/2009 - 09:27 | 53760 Miles Kendig
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    Where do you think so much of that excess capacity in Baltic dry is going?

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