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COMMERZBANK – Commerzbank board member Michael Reuther expects that already this year in investment banking at the Institute a profit. "When to play the markets, it is quite possible that we had in 2010 one of the investment bank the black zero ", said the responsible Commerzbank Group Executive Michael Reuther. (Handelsblatt, p. 40)
BANK – Already weeks before the announcement of the balance sheet for the In 2009, the Postbank attenuates with clear words, the Market expectations. Chief Financial Officer Marc Hess said on Monday at a Investor event in New York that the Institute will present "some Risk positions "put to the test. In the presentation stated repeatedly: "This could result in additional Lead burdens in the fourth quarter of 2009. "Although Hess Announces they do not explicitly. But for information is the Handelsblatt not even a loss excluded. (Handelsblatt, p.36)
DAIMLER – the nadir of the slump in sales of Mercedes seems traversed. In Sindelfingen, the short-time work is completed. Employee will be reinstated. (FAZ p. 14)
BAYERNLB – In the affair of BayernLB and the disaster at Austrian financial group, the Munich-based Hypo Aple Adria Prosecutors expanded their investigation. The prosecutors determine now also against other persons. (Süddeutsche Zeitung, p. 17)
UNION INVESTMENT – The Union’s 2009 investment in a difficult Environment for open real estate market share to almost 20% expanded. "2009 was the third best year in our history," said Reinhard Kutscher, Chairman of the Board of the Union Investment Real Estate. (Börsen-Zeitung, p. 5)
ERICSSON / NOKIA SIEMENS – When removing one of the world’s first commercial fourth-generation mobile networks are Ericsson and Nokia Siemens Networks, the Chinese rival Huawei gouged. Telia Sonera chose the Europeans as equipment supplier for its Network in Europe. (Handelsblatt, p. 27)
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END) Dow Jones Newswires
January 14, 2010 00:45 ET (05:45 GMT)
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