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As Fed ends meeting, it's expected to remain 'patient' about raising rates from ...
WASHINGTON - As the Federal Reserve ends its latest policy meeting Wednesday, it is widely expected to repeat the pledge it made in December: That it will be "patient" in raising interest rates from record lows.
FOREX-Dollar steps back, markets wary before Fed after weak data and earnings  Reuters
'Staggering' iPhone Demand Helps Lift Apple's Quarterly Profit by 38%
Apple surpassed even the most bullish Wall Street expectations for its holiday quarter with an improbable trifecta: selling more iPhones at higher prices�and earning more on each sale.
How does Apple top a record quarter?  Financial Times
First quarter 'even bigger' for Apple in China  CNBC
UPDATE 1-China regulator blasts Alibaba for illegal business on its websites
... * Regulator says met Alibaba in July to discuss illegal business. * Alibaba did not do enough to fight counterfeits -SAIC. * Meeting contents delayed to avoid affecting Alibaba IPO- SAIC (Adds details from the report, context, analyst quote).
China Accuses Alibaba of Lax Oversight of Merchants  Bloomberg
China's SAIC Criticizes Alibaba Over Fake Goods  Wall Street Journal
German consumer morale hits highest level in more than 13 years heading into ...
BERLIN Jan 28 (Reuters) - German consumer sentiment surged to its highest level in more than 13 years heading into February, a survey showed on Wednesday, as lower oil prices meant shoppers in Europe's largest economy had more spare cash.
German consumer confidence at 13-year high
German GfK Consumer Sentiment At 13-Year High  RTT News
Singapore Dollar Sinks on Easing as U.S. Futures Advance
(Bloomberg) -- Bonds fell across Europe and U.S. equity-index futures advanced on record Apple Inc. sales before the U.S. Federal Reserve decides monetary policy.
Singapore's Central Bank Eases Currency Policy  Wall Street Journal
Why Singapore Wants To Slow Its Currency's Rise  Barron's
Earnings disappoint, indexes fall
Rattling the market were Microsoft, Caterpillar, and Procter & Gamble, among others. Some companies also forecast weaker results in months ahead.
US company outlooks worry investors, sending stocks lower  The Denver Post
Big losses for US stocks at Wall Street  Business Standard
Consumers are giddy; businesses, not so much
A slew of economic reports Tuesday highlighted the growing confidence of consumers and the emerging concerns of businesses. Consumer confidence surged to a more than seven-year high in January as gasoline prices continued to tumble and job growth ...
Consumer Confidence in US Rises More Than Forecast on Jobs  Bloomberg
Index indicates Utah economy thriving  Deseret News
Global shares resilient as investors pin hopes on Fed; Apple outperforms
TOKYO/SYDNEY (Reuters) - Asian stocks showed some resilience on Wednesday as investors speculated whether the Federal Reserve could take a dovish turn in its post-meeting statement later in the session, amid signs a stronger dollar was hurting U.S.
Gold, silver prices to trade higher; base metals lower in coming fortnight  Business Today
Nintendo halves operating profit view on slack 3DS sales; weak yen lifts net profit
TOKYO/OSAKA, Jan 28 (Reuters) - Struggling Japanese video game maker Nintendo Co warned it won't make its annual operating profit target due to slack sales of its 3DS handheld game consoles, though the yen's current weakness means overseas sales ...
Nintendo's Nine-Month Profit Jumps on Cheap Yen  ABC News
Nintendo Group Net Profit Jumps in April-December  Wall Street Journal
Yahoo to Spin Off Alibaba Stake Tax-Free
Jan. 28 -- Yahoo plans to distribute its $40B holding in the Chinese e-commerce company, Alibaba, as a separate public firm. Bloomberg's Caroline Hyde reports on �Countdown.
Yahoo's Mayer saves her job with Alibaba spin-off
Short Interest of Yahoo! Inc. Drops by 0.2%  Stafford Daily