Media Digest 2/10/2010 Reuters, WSJ, NYTimes, FT, Bloomberg
Reuters: ArcelorMittal sees a slow improvement in steel production in Q1.
Reuters: IMF aid for Greece may be unavoidable.
Reuters: BHP Billiton (NYSE:BHP) beat numbers and was cautious about China.
Reuters: Investors are questioning the size of Morgan Stanley (NYSE:MS) pay packages.
Reuters: Disney (NYSE:DIS) numbers beat forecasts.
Reuters: Google (NASDAQ:GOOG) expanded Gmail to compete with Facebook and MySpace.
Reuters: Paulson and Buffett said the US needs tough medicine to recover.
WSJ: Germany and other EU nations may offer loan guarantees for Greece.
WSJ: AMR (NYSE:AMR) is ramping up its service to challenge Delta (NYSE:DAL).
WSJ: Baidu (NASDAQ:BIDU) profits jumped.
WSJ: Steel and mining companies are expected to be helped by rising metal costs.
WSJ: Large European airlines are trying to tap export credits for loan guarantees.
WSJ: GM set a new turnaround plan for Opel.
WSJ: Viacom (NYSE:VIA) and RealNetworks (NASDAQ:RNWK) will spin off the Rhapsody music service.
WSJ: Increases in dividends are lagging the recovery.
WSJ: Coke’s (NYSE:KO) growth rests on its overseas business.
NYT: The Fed will reveal its strategy in increase interest rates.
NYT: China exports rose 21% in January as imports were up 86%.
NYT: Opel will invest $15 billion to restructure the company.
FT: S&P warned Citigroup (NYSE:C) and Bank of America (NYSE:BAC) on their credit ratings.
FT: The head of Disney (NYSE:DIS) talked about the potential of the Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) iPad.
Bloomberg: Default swaps are signaling a rebound for GMAC.
Douglas A. McIntyre