Reuters: Japan intervened to cap the yen for the first time in six years.
Reuters: Business sentiment in Asia slipped for the third quarter period.
Reuters: Gold remained near a record high.
Reuters: A bill to help small businesses moved forward in the Senate.
Reuters: Dell Inc. (NASDAQ: DELL) will market its Streak tablet to the medical community.
Reuters: Ellison will introduce Hurd during the company’s Q3 earnings report.
Reuters: Twitter upgraded its website and added new features.
Reuters: American International Group’s (NYSE: AIG) named a CEO of AIA ahead of its IPO.
Reuters: An AIG deal to repay the government has made progress.
WSJ: Federal Reserve officials disagree about how bad the economy is.
WSJ: Several large companies in the midst of M&A will stage shareholder meetings.
WSJ: Obama must face entitlement costs as half of American households use the social safety net.
WSJ: Several diet drugs will be reviewed by the SEC.
WSJ: Google Inc. (NASDAQ: GOOG) will add new social network features.
WSJ: Retail stores expect electronic devices such as e-readers and phones to help sales.
WSJ: Credit Suisse (NYSE: CS) has added to its hedge fund staff.
WSJ: Browsers will be updated in a way the will change website design.
WSJ: German economic expectations fell.
WSJ: Boeing (NYSE: BA) is likely to lose a WTO ruling about aid it got from the US government.
WSJ: Chrysler launched a number of new models.
WSJ: Health insurance companies are more aggressive in talks with hospitals.
WSJ: Cisco (NASDAQ: CSCO) will begin to pay dividends.
WSJ: New EU rules will target short selling.
WSJ: Traders bought stock in Bank of America (NYSE: BAC) after its CEO explained his new vision.
NYT: The strong yen has helped Japanese companies with takeovers.
NYT: Salmonella traces go back two years.
NYT: Public Citizen, a non-profit, will question Obama’s plan to improve free trade.
FT: BP plc (NYSE: BP) was punished for problems in its North Sea oil field.
FT: Gold prices rose as central banks added to stocks.
Bloomberg: China may delay rate increases because most inflation is tied to food prices.
Bloomberg: Pimco’s chief said IMF meetings should target a double-dip.
Douglas A. McIntyre