BOSTON (TheStreet) -- Greek debt talks, which are reportedly turning constructive again, lead your quick fix of company, market, economic and investing news for Thursday, Jan. 26

Thursday's 5 Biggest Stories

Private creditors are reportedly set to accept a lower coupon on

Greek debt

in order to get a deal done. I'm


this is now the end of the talks.


If the

Federal Reserve

was aiming to kill the dollar with the decision to project that interest rates will stay low through 2014, well, mission accomplished.


It looks like the


has its finger on the trigger for more bond buys. The QE3 is about to set sail, folks.


Today In Good News:

Italy auctioned more debt

with enough demand to drive borrowing costs down sharply.


Today In Bad News: All of that ECB cash that European banks are hoarding could force

company default rates to double



Quote of the Day

""I'm confident he'll be president. But I'm also confident he's going to have the privilege of having another secretary of the Treasury," Treasury Secretary

Tim Geithner

said of his chances to remain in the position if President Obama is re-elected to another term.


Company News


(NFLX) - Get Report

is growing once again, even if earnings aren't.



(NOK) - Get Report

latest earnings release isn't pretty as the handset maker posts a bigger-than-expected loss.


With earnings out of the way, it's time to ramp up the


(AAPL) - Get Report

speculation machine again. This time, it's iPhone 5 rumors.

9 to 5 Mac


Corporate earnings

are finally catching up to the reality of the economy.


How the

Federal Reserve

is killing savers in the U.S.

Aleph Blog

Investment Strategy

After yesterday's Fed announcement, everyone is telling you to

buy gold

. Well, except this guy.


Investors are probably

overpaying for safety



Odds and Ends

James Gorman really has no use for crybabies at

Morgan Stanley

(MS) - Get Report

who are whining over bonuses.


It's Thursday. I realize I've been giving you music videos of too many indie rock bands lately, so here's a

Judas Priest

song to get you pumped for the trading session.


-- Written by Robert Holmes in Boston


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