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Fed likely to continue to signal mid-2015 rate hike
The Federal Reserve this week is expected to stand by tentative plans to raise interest rates this year despite recent action by its European counterpart that's likely to further hold down U.S.
Doubts grow about mid-year rate hike, but Fed won't express any  MarketWatch
Fed seen raising rates midyear even with low inflation  Livemint
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Exchanges Are Ready to Open as Snowstorm Strikes New York
U.S. securities exchanges vowed to keep normal hours as the snowstorm hit New York with employees testing backup systems and alternative power links as dawn broke.
Will the East Coast snow storm close markets?  MarketWatch
US stock exchanges expect business as usual amid storm  SFGate
Storm grounds about 15% of all Tuesday flights in US
About 15% of the nation's flights were grounded Tuesday as airlines kept their planes out of the path of a major Northeast snowstorm.
Winter Storm 'Juno': 5 Reasons Your Flight Was Canceled Before The ...  Forbes
Blizzard cancels more Florida flights  Sarasota Herald-Tribune
GLOBAL MARKETS-Mixed earnings, Greek jitters fuel market caution
... * Euro gains, shares slip as earnings disappoint. * Lower-rated bond yields edge up, Greece in focus. * Cost of insuring Russian debt up after rating cut.
Greek Bonds, Stocks Drop as Leaders to Spar on Writedown  Businessweek
Pro tip for the Eurozone: Give Greece's Syriza what it wants  The Week Magazine
British growth slows, but 2014 still fastest in seven years
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's economic growth slowed more than expected in the final three months of last year, but with annual growth still at its fastest since 2007 the data gave ammunition to both sides of the political divide heading into May's election.
UK economy records fastest growth since 2007  BBC News
UK Economy Slowed More Than Expected in Final Quarter of 2014  Wall Street Journal
P&G Profit Declines 31% as Stronger Dollar Hurts Sales Abroad
Procter & Gamble Co. (PG:US), the world's largest consumer-products maker, said second-quarter profit fell 31 percent as a stronger dollar ate away at sales and earnings from its international units.
Procter & Gamble's profit stung by currency woes  Fortune
Procter & Gamble's Revenue Declines on Currency Hits  Wall Street Journal
Bristol-Myers 2015 Sales Forecast Stymied by Dollar's Strength
Bristol-Myers Squibb Co. (BMY) forecast 2015 sales that trailed analysts' estimates as a strong dollar cuts into the drugmaker's revenue abroad.
Bristol-Myers beats Street 4Q forecasts  Businessweek
Bristol-Myers quarterly profit beats forecasts  Reuters
Uber and Lyft Cap 'Surge Pricing' During East Coast Storm
A pink mustache on the dashboard as Bouchaib El Hassani, 31, a Lyft driver, makes his way through midtown. Bryan Smith´┐ŻZUMA Wire/Alamy.
Uber limits price hikes in New York City snowstorm  Reuters
Uber Caps NYC Surge Pricing During Blizzard  RTT News
American Airlines Tops Street 4Q Forecasts
American Airlines is logging record profits and rewarding shareholders just one year removed from bankruptcy court and a big merger.
American Airlines Plans $2 Billion Buyback as Fuel Drops  Bloomberg
American Airlines beats profit expectations, declares dividend  Reuters
Tencent, Alibaba lead China's top brands as tech dominates
BEIJING (Reuters) - China's tech giants Tencent Holdings Ltd (0700.HK) and Alibaba Group Holding Ltd (BABA.N) beat state firms for the first time to become the country's most valuable brands in 2015, a report published on Tuesday shows.
Tencent's Latest Investment: Food Delivery Service  Wall Street Journal (blog)
Chinese brands close value gap with foreign peers  South China Morning Post (subscription)