Financial news on November 09, 2010

Business and Financial news
Bank Chiefs Say Growth in Economies Is Still Uneven

The world’s central bankers warned that economic growth remains uneven, as new data reinforced fears of a slowdown in Germany. Read more..

By JACK EWING - The New York Times

Beware Bonds With High Risk and Low Protection

Inadequate bondholder provisions in several recent deals indicated that many risky bonds lacked protections. Read more..

By AGNES CRANE and MARTIN HUTCHINSON - The New York Times

Chrysler Narrows Its Loss and Raises Its Forecast

The automaker lost $84 million in the third quarter, less than half as much as in the previous quarter. Read more..

By NICK BUNKLEY - The New York Times

Fed Move 'Not Enough'

The chief executive of Pimco, Mohamed El-Erian, says the Federal Reserve's decision to buy $600 billion in government bonds, called QE2, does not go far enough. Read more..

Mac William Bishop - The New York Times

Flier Patience Wears Thin at Checkpoints

The government is facing growing criticism from travel industry groups over the escalating security measures for airline passengers. Read more..

By SUSAN STELLIN - The New York Times

Goldman Had Just 2 Down Trading Days in 3rd Quarter

Goldman Sachs reaped more than $75 million in trading revenue on 31 separate days in the third quarter, an impressive showing, but down from previous quarters this year. Read more..

By SUSANNE CRAIG - The New York Times

The Morning Report: Chevron’s Natural Gas Play

The DealBook morning report for Nov. 9, 2010: Chevron’s natural gas play; Danone reportedly in talks over its bottled water unit; Barclays takes a hit on investment banking. Read more..

By DEALBOOK - The New York Times

The Private Way Around the Checkpoints

For now, private flights do not have tight T.S.A. supervision of security, but there are proposals that could change that. Read more..

By JOE SHARKEY - The New York Times

Welcome to DealBook

DealBook reinvents itself with an expanded team of journalists and a host of new tools at its disposal. Read more..

Mac William Bishop - The New York Times

What's Next for China After Saving the World?

The country's stimulus spending headed off a more severe recession around the world, but its success has brought new expectations. Read more..

By ALAN WHEATLEY - International Herald Tribune

Stock Markets

Values are reported in US Dollars

StockTicker symbolOpenHighLowCloseVolume
MicrosoftMSFT26.8127.1126.7126.9558.5M
Cisco SystemsCSCO24.4924.6024.1824.3551.1M
General ElectricGE16.8216.8216.5416.6249.9M
IntelINTC21.2021.3521.0321.1646.6M
PfizerPFE17.0717.1516.9516.9946.5M
Wells Fargo & Co.WFC29.0429.1128.0428.1337.2M
Oracle Corp.ORCL29.0629.2528.6128.7434.6M
ExxonMobilXOM70.2971.1170.1070.6333.9M
JPMorgan ChaseJPM40.4340.6839.7339.9032.8M
MerckMRK35.5535.7434.9835.0521.3M
AT&T Inc.T29.1929.2729.0629.1819.6M
Abbott LaboratoriesABT50.4850.5649.8950.0517.9M
Verizon CommunicationsVZ33.2833.2932.9633.0116M
HP Inc.HPQ44.6444.6543.9444.1215.2M
AltriaMO25.9525.9525.5325.5814.1M
AppleAAPL321.05321.30314.50316.0813.7M
ConocoPhillipsCOP62.7562.9561.7262.0313.7M
ChevronCVX83.9184.2783.1083.5613.6M
SchlumbergerSLB75.1076.3073.5073.9211.2M
ComcastCMCSA20.9420.9620.6920.7711M
Home DepotHD31.4831.5131.1831.4710.3M
Wal-Mart StoresWMT55.0855.2154.8355.0510M
Gilead SciencesGILD38.7838.8838.3138.519.73M
Johnson & JohnsonJNJ64.4764.5064.1064.319.22M
Procter & GamblePG64.7864.9464.6164.818.46M
Coca-ColaKO62.4962.7162.3562.648.32M
Bristol-Myers SquibbBMY26.4926.4926.1726.258.12M
AmgenAMGN55.1855.4454.7554.937.67M
Walt Disney & Co.DIS37.1937.2336.6836.867.6M
PepsicoPEP65.3365.4264.8065.306.3M
UnitedHealth GroupUNH37.2437.2836.8136.986.03M
International Business MachinesIBM146.70147.53145.63146.145.7M
Berkshire HathawayBRK.B82.2782.4180.6080.855.32M
3MMMM86.3386.3484.9585.304.92M
BoeingBA70.2770.5568.8369.254.59M
McDonald'sMCD79.1979.2578.7179.104.53M
AlphabetGOOGL630.00630.85620.51624.824.47M
AmazonAMZN172.67173.14169.06170.273.98M
United TechnologiesUTX76.6976.7876.3476.693.81M
Union PacificUNP92.2892.2990.3390.353.39M
VisaV78.9979.5078.0478.322.7M
Exchange Rates of November 09, 2010
CurrenciesExchange Rates
US DollarJapanese Yen1 USD = 81.680 JPY1 JPY = 0.012 USD
US DollarCanadian Dollar1 USD = 1.008 CAD1 CAD = 0.992 USD
US DollarSwiss Franc1 USD = 0.968 CHF1 CHF = 1.033 USD
US DollarChinese Yuan1 USD = 6.642 CNY1 CNY = 0.151 USD
EuroJapanese Yen1 EUR = 112.500 JPY1 JPY = 0.009 EUR
EuroPound Sterling1 EUR = 0.861 GBP1 GBP = 1.161 EUR
EuroAustralian Dollar1 EUR = 1.372 AUD1 AUD = 0.729 EUR
EuroCanadian Dollar1 EUR = 1.388 CAD1 CAD = 0.720 EUR
EuroSwiss Franc1 EUR = 1.333 CHF1 CHF = 0.750 EUR
EuroChinese Yuan1 EUR = 9.154 CNY1 CNY = 0.109 EUR
Japanese YenPound Sterling1 JPY = 0.766 GBP1 GBP = 1.306 JPY
Japanese YenAustralian Dollar1 JPY = 1.219 AUD1 AUD = 0.820 JPY
Japanese YenCanadian Dollar1 JPY = 1.233 CAD1 CAD = 0.811 JPY
Japanese YenSwiss Franc1 JPY = 1.185 CHF1 CHF = 0.844 JPY
Pound SterlingAustralian Dollar1 GBP = 1.592 AUD1 AUD = 0.628 GBP
Pound SterlingCanadian Dollar1 GBP = 1.611 CAD1 CAD = 0.621 GBP
Pound SterlingSwiss Franc1 GBP = 1.547 CHF1 CHF = 0.646 GBP
Pound SterlingChinese Yuan1 GBP = 10.614 CNY1 CNY = 0.094 GBP
Australian DollarCanadian Dollar1 AUD = 1.011 CAD1 CAD = 0.989 AUD
Australian DollarSwiss Franc1 AUD = 0.972 CHF1 CHF = 1.029 AUD
Australian DollarChinese Yuan1 AUD = 6.671 CNY1 CNY = 0.150 AUD
Canadian DollarSwiss Franc1 CAD = 0.960 CHF1 CHF = 1.042 CAD
Canadian DollarChinese Yuan1 CAD = 6.595 CNY1 CNY = 0.152 CAD
Swiss FrancChinese Yuan1 CHF = 6.864 CNY1 CNY = 0.146 CHF

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