Sucker’s Delight

January 27, 2011

Mercenary Links Roundup for Thursday, Jan 27 (below the jump).

01-27 Thursday

Macleans: ‘The stock market is for suckers’

S&P cuts Japan sovereign rating | Reuters
S&P Cuts Japan Rating As Budget Woes Linger
Japan gets called out | The Big Picture

U.S. manufacturing profits suggest stronger economy
Mixed data points to growth momentum | Reuters
Durable-Goods Orders Decline –
Business Investment in U.S. Climbs, Housing Stabilizes

Caterpillar Worries About Central Bankers, Global Divergence

Food Retailers Counter Inflation With Higher Prices
Commodities – Goverments stockpile food staples

Costs Pull Down Amazon’s Profit –
Amazon fourth-quarter revenue up 36 percent

Sudden shift in euro catches traders off guard

Microsoft profit falls as PC sales sputter | Reuters
Defense companies’ profits beat Street view | Reuters

Will Junior Mining Stocks Be the Investment of 2011? – Seeking Alpha
European Commission Plans to Recycle Rare Earths –
Potash Corp. Profit More Than Doubles, Sales Soar –

Spanish Bank to Group Assets for Share Listing –
Spain to Raise Retirement Age to 67 –

Foreclosure for Reservist on Active Duty Prompts 4-Year Legal Battle
Financial Crisis Panel’s Report Has Stern Warning on Repeating Collapse

Opposition in Egypt Gears Up for Major Friday Protest –
Thousands in Yemen Protest Against the Government –
Mideast turmoil should spur rethink of old certainties

The Three-Trillion-Dollar War | The Big Picture
The Times’s Dealings With Julian Assange –

Bat uses carnivorous plant as a toilet
College Freshmen Stress Levels High, Survey Finds
Baseball Player Quits, Says “I Don’t Deserve $12M”
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