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Does The Russian Rate Cut Mean It's Time To Buy?
Today's rate decision in Russia was the most closely watched in years - �the first time,� as Renaissance head of research David Nangle wrote this morning before the announcement, �that policy rates actually matter in Russia.
Russia faces capital outflow catastrophe  Telegraph.co.uk
Russia startles markets with interest rate cut  Financial Times
Wall Street Journal  
Spanish Economy Expands Most Since 2007
Spain's economy grew at the fastest pace in seven years during the final three months of 2014 even as the worsening deflation picture cast a cloud on the recovery.
Spain grows at fastest rate in seven years  Financial Times
Spanish Economic Growth Accelerates  TheStreet.com
Northrop optimistic about 2015 as next-generation bomber contract looms
The LRSB contract would be worth up to $55 billion, and Northrop is competing with a mega-team of Lockheed Martin and Boeing for the contract.
Northrop Grumman Corp Predicts Higher Than Expected Profit Estimates For 2015  Maine News Online
Northrop upbeat as bomber award looms  HeraldNet
Evercore Partners Rating Disclosure on Apple Inc.
Equity analysts at the Brokerage firm Evercore Partners maintains its rating on Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL). The rating major has initiated the coverage with an buy rating on the shares.
Apple Inc. (AAPL) Posts Most Profitable Quarter In History  ValueWalk
Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) a Buy: Timothy Arcuri  Markets.co
AWS move, disclosure suggest Amazon yielding more to Wall Street
After years of giving investors the cold shoulder, Amazon.com is starting to warm up to Wall Street. The No. 1 U.S. online retailer was unusually forthcoming during its fourth-quarter earnings call on Thursday, saying it will break out results this year, for the first ...
Amazon's stock rallies as profit beats forecasts  MarketWatch
Prime Turns Amazon Profitable Again  PYMNTS.com
Burger stock bull market beats market by double
Shake Shack executives couldn't have picked a better time to take the fast-casual chain public. And not just because the stock market is in the middle of a raging five-year bull market.
Shake Shack is shaking up wages for US fast-food workers  BBC News
Shake Shack readies New York Stock Exchange debut  Irish Times
Asia stocks mostly higher after Japan data shows improvement
World stock markets were uneven Friday and Wall Street futures slid ahead of quarterly growth figures that will show whether weakness in China, Japan and Europe has hit the U.S.
World stocks uneven ahead of US growth report  Kansas City Star
Lilly Sales Hit by Patent Expirations, Currency
Eli Lilly and Co. said Friday that foreign-exchange pressures weighed on sales in the most recent quarter as the pharmaceutical company continued to suffer the impact of patent expirations on some of its key drugs.
UPDATE 1-Drugmaker Lilly cuts revenue forecast as dollar strengthens  Reuters
Chevron, MasterCard, Lilly earnings in focus  MarketWatch
What (Some) Silicon Valley Women Think Of Newsweek
Bandwagoning on after lengthy articles in The New York Times and a very public campaign to collect startup diversity data, the piece contains the requisite tech sexism horror stories and well-worn accounts of women not receiving funding because they are ...
Newsweek's cover illustration sparks online controversy  New York Daily News
Quinn: Silicon Valley in the gender hot seat again  San Jose Mercury News
Mattel sales fall again as Barbie fails to woo holiday shoppers
(Reuters) - Mattel Inc (MAT.O), the maker of Barbie dolls and Fisher-Price preschool toys, reported its fifth straight fall in quarterly sales in North America, a nagging decline that likely cost Brian Stockton his job as chief executive this week.
Barbie blues gave Mattel holiday disappointment  San Francisco Chronicle
CompaniesMattel's Barbie sales slump 12 per cent  Financial Times