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Russia Unexpectedly Cuts Key Rate as Economy Eclipses Ruble
(Bloomberg) -- Russia's central bank lowered its main interest rate as concern over a looming recession took precedence over stabilizing the ruble and taming runaway inflation.
Russia Cuts Key Rate to Help Economy, Leaving Ruble to Drop  New York Times
Russian rouble falls after cuts key rate  Reuters
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Spain grows at fastest rate in seven years
The Spanish economy is growing faster than at any time since the start of the financial crisis seven years ago, amid signs that the country's recovery is gaining in breadth and feeding through into all parts of the economy.
Spain Defies Deflation Threat as Economy Expands Most Since 2007  Bloomberg
Spain's economy grows 1.4 pct in 2014 as recession fades  Washington Post
Northrop Grumman Corp Predicts Higher Than Expected Profit Estimates For 2015
Northrop Grumman Corp, after competing with two larger defense contractors over a US bomber contract, which is to be presented in this year, has predicted higher than expected profit estimates for 2015.
Northrop upbeat as bomber award looms  HeraldNet
Northrop Grumman Corporation (NOC) gains 3.79% on news that Northrop ...  WallStreet Scope
Intuit Cries Uncle, Will Reverse TurboTax Deluxe Changes
Intuit Intuit has just cried Uncle. It announced this afternoon that it will provide users of its TurboTax Deluxe desktop product free upgrades this year and will next year reverse changes it made that limited the usefulness of the 2014 version.
Intuit to Announce Second-Quarter FY '15 Results on Feb. 19  MarketWatch
Intuit will undo unpopular changes in its TurboTax software  Kansas City Star
Apple Inc. Dividend Update
On January 27,2015, Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) declared a cash dividend of $0.47 with yield of 1.72%. The management has selected February 5,2015 as the ex-dividend date and February 9,2015 as the record date.
Apple's Shares Should Continue To Rise  Forbes
Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) Sells 74.5 million iPhones
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  Journal Review
Recall costs prompt Honda profit warning
Mounting recall costs and weak sales in Japan prompted Honda to issue its second profit warning in three months, putting it behind rivals bolstered by a weaker yen and strong US sales.
Honda's Lower Mileage From Yen, Oil  Wall Street Journal (blog)
Honda cuts annual profit forecast after recall  BBC News
Amazon's stock rallies as profit beats forecasts Inc. said its fourth-quarter profit declined less than expected and sales surged 15%, though the e-commerce giant's spending continued to weigh on its bottom line.
Amazon sales rise in holiday quarter, shares jump  Reuters
Prime Turns Amazon Profitable Again
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
The Bible proves to be a big seller for Newsweek  CNNMoney
Eurozone heads towards 'protracted' deflation as bloc hit by record price drop
Eurozone prices suffered their joint biggest drop in the single currency's history in January, as signs emerged that the impact of falling energy prices was feeding through to the wider price chain.
Eurozone Inflation Falls to Lowest Level Since 2009  New York Times
Euro zone slides deeper into deflation  CNBC