Reuters: The US will push a trade and foreign exchange agenda at the G20 meeting.
Reuters: Fed officials are still not in agreement about quantitative easing.
Reuters: American International Group (NYSE: AIG) will raise about $17.9 billion as the AIA IPO priced at the high end of its range.
Reuters: Gold may be down this week compared to any since July.
Reuters: Hewlett-Packard (NYSE: HPQ) launched a $799 tablet PC which runs Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) Windows 7.
Reuters: Google Inc (NASDAQ: GOOG) will try to get access to content from the three major networks which it has so far been denied.
Reuters: A project in Canada is meant to track Research In Motion (NASDAQ: RIMM) BlackBerry traffic.
Reuters: The proprietary trading desk of Goldman Sachs Group (NYSE: GS) moved to KKR.
Reuters: The province where Potash (NYSE: POT) is based pressed the Canadian government to block a bid from BHP Billiton (NYSE BHP)
WSJ: The American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees is the largest outside contributor in the current election.
WSJ: Bridgewater, a hedge fund, has made billions as it bet against the US economy.
WSJ: Venta will pay $1.5 billion for the assets of Atria Senior Living.
WSJ: Unions are in a battle with Delta (NYSE: DAL) as it tries to restructure its workforce.
WSJ: Amazon.com (NASDAQ: AMZN) earnings were undermined by margin pressure.
WSJ: Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac losses will be tied to a potential double dip which could further knock down housing prices.
WSJ: The Department of Agriculture’s inaccurate prediction on the corn crop has hurts its image for reliability.
WSJ: Tech start-ups now concentrate on bioscience and clean technology.
WSJ: New members of Congress are likely to support a strong defense budget.
WSJ: China has begun to adopt policies that could help Western economies.
WSJ: Russian is close to a $59 billion privatization plan.
WSJ: Greece is attacking local spending to cut as much as $2 billion from its budget.
WSJ: McDonald’s (NYSE: MCD) will raise prices to offset food costs.
WSJ: Sony (NYSE: SNE) expects TV prices in the US to fall during shopping season.
WSJ: General Growth Properties is about to emerge from Chapter 11.
WSJ: The UK may create provisions to stop hostile takeovers.
NYT: The US Chamber of Commerce has become a large enemy of Democrats.
NYT: Walmart (NYSE: WMT) will sell the Barnes & Noble (NYSE: BKS) Nook.
FT: The head of the Chinese bank system said there are opportunities overseas.
Bloomberg: Nestle had improved earnings due to price increases and emerging market growth.
Bloomberg: There have been few huge M&A deals because companies are still concerned about risk.
Douglas A. McIntyre