TAKE A LOOK-World Economic Forum in Davos

Fri Jan 28, 2011 11:32am EST

 U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner said confidence was growing that
the U.S. economy was heading for a sustainable expansion and would also benefit
from strong growth in emerging markets.
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 MAIN STORIES
> Geithner sees more confidence in U.S. expansion    [ID:nLDE70R11P]
> France open to upping EFSF, bond buying an option  [ID:nLDE70R086]
> Trade ministers urged to reinvigorate Doha talks   [ID:nLDE70R17E]
 
 POLICYMAKERS
> Policymakers see dlr losing reserve currency status[ID:nLDE70R1HV]
> U.N. chief appeals for end to Egypt violence       [ID:nLDE70R0H9]
> SAfrica finmin says rand still overvalued          [ID:nLDE70R1WB]
> Indonesia trade min links speculation, inflation   [ID:nLDE70R1VE]
> Rand still overvalued -SAfrica finmin              [ID:nLDE70R1I3]
> Indonesia min. sees speculation-driven inflation   [ID:nLDE70R1H3]
> U.N. chief worried about AU rift over Ivory Coast  [ID:nLDE70R13B]
> Cameron says Europe needs deregulation drive       [ID:nLDE70R0LC]
> Yen better reflects fundamentals after rating cut  [ID:nLDE70Q2O2]
> Zuma leaves Davos after Mandela in hospital        [ID:nLDE70R05V]
> Finland PM: not ready for any more European bailouts [ID:nWLA3906]
> China surplus to fall more in 2011-PBOC aide       [ID:nLDE70R0UX]
> Canada finmin sees reasons for resilient dollar    [ID:nLAD005154]
 
 CORPORATES
> Deutsche chief sides with Dimon in regulation spat [ID:nLDE70R0KU]
> Oil majors BP, Shell concerned about high oil price[ID:nLDE70R0J3]
> Tablets won't steamroll Microsoft, top exec says   [ID:nLDE70R0UN]
> Novartis CEO sees sense in animal health buy       [ID:nLDE70R1HA]
> JC Decaux looks to acquisitions for growth           [ID:nWLA3915]
> VTB expects govt stake sale in first quarter         [ID:nWLA3914]
> Russia's Severstal to diversify                    [ID:nLDE70R129]
> India's TCS expects hiring spree, no consolidation [ID:nLDE70R15X]
> General Mills CEO says hurt by volatile commodities  [ID:nWLA3900]
> SAP co-CEO upbeat on growth opportunities in 2011    [ID:nWLA3902]
> Newmont expects gold to rise as a hedge, demand      [ID:nWLA3909]
> ABSA sees strong S.Africa 2011 growth, rates rising  [ID:nWLA3903]
> India's Infosys cites Europe problems as top worry [ID:nTOE70R05W]
 
 THURSDAY HIGHLIGHTS
> Sarkozy says he, Merkel will never abandon euro    [ID:nLDE70Q0JD]
> Leaders rap food inflation amid Mideast unrest     [ID:nLDE70Q0QL]
> ExxonMobil to invest up to $1 bln in Black Sea     [ID:nLDE70Q0U5]
> Bankers seek to rebuild dialogue with regulators   [ID:nLDE70Q23L]
> Sarkozy tells JP Morgan banks "defied common sense"[ID:nLDE70Q0QJ]
> Greek PM rules out default, debt restructuring     [ID:nLDE70Q1SL]
> China trade min says aims to double imports        [ID:nTOE70L006]
> OPEC says Saudis not raising output                [ID:nLDE70Q2I9]
 
 WEDNESDAY HIGHLIGHTS
> Cautious CEOs counting on BRICs for growth        [ID:nLDE70P0FT]
> Doha trade talks gather momentum, not yet enough  [ID:nLDE70P1OW]
> Obama austerity drive gets mixed CEO reaction     [ID:nLDE70P0QW]
> ECB will head off 2nd round price rises-Trichet   [ID:nLDE70P2GK]
> BP, Rosneft agree to expand strategic alliance    [ID:nLDE70P21Q]
> Annan says Gbagbo must go for Africa's sake       [ID:nLDE70P1QD]
 
 ANALYSIS/FEATURES
> No meeting of minds for banks, regulators         [ID:nLDE70Q2JQ]
> M&A is back as CEOs start to put cash to work     [ID:nLDE70R0L9]
> Emerging market companies buy up the world        [ID:nLDE70C1CY]
> Consumer tech invades Davos, wider corporate world[ID:nLDE70P0HJ]
> Fears of trade war stalk Davos meeting            [ID:nLDE70O1I4]
> Inflation rattles corporates in China, India      [ID:nTOE70M00D]
> Emerging economies caught in inflation dilemma    [ID:nLDE70P0E3]
 
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 GRAPHICS
> Davos key themes in graphics:            r.reuters.com/ryt86r