Thursday, December 23, 2010

AON, Chevron, Merck, Sony, WPP earnings today

Matt noted due compensation package today, including Weyerhaeuser, Estée Lauder, Chevron and Merck.Rapports also today:

Aon insurance brokerHe made an offer to boost its global profile by becoming the main sponsor of Manchester United.Mes liner cousins to think about a recent Barron management makeover will give shares a boost. We will see how earnings watch today.

Dominion Resources, utility power. Holds a coveted single-letter symbol (D), Richmond (Virginia) utility has long a favorite investor. Its current dividend of 4% is wrong.

? ITT Corp.Ah, the old Geneen Machine. single owner of Madison Square Garden and your New York Knicks and even a roller high in Las Vegas.But it was long ago all the largely forgotten with his brief verbal showing in Godfather II. Today, it is a services and defense sleepy most sexiest bit sold or spun to other company. And as most of defence companies, the prospects are unequal to ITT.

Interpublic Group, advertising and marketing. Hard times for the giants of advertising and the marketing.Mais maybe things have changed?Earlier this morning rival WPP has reported strong growth prévu.La society stated 2011 seeks more strong it was 3 months ago.WPP shares are higher.

With WPP, a lot of titans overseas reported.

Sony.Swung to a net loss and said the strong yen is in for a difficult earnings environment.

Nomura.The Investment Bank saw profits tumble 96% compared to the period of the year - ago as a commercial income investment banks plongé.A?e.

Honda.The car manufacturer reported double profit year - it y period, but has indicated some concerns over the next two quarters, mainly because of the strong yen.

British Airways.The airline reported higher profits and better yields, but its continuous labour disputes are a challenge of forecasting.

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