BOSTON (TheStreet) - The latest developments from the emergency European Union summit leads your quick fix of company, market, economic and investing news for Friday, Dec. 9.

Friday's 5 Biggest Stories

A full euro zone fiscal compact doesn't get unanimous support. Whether this is good or bad news, honestly, I don't think anyone knows. MarketWatch

According to the new plan, European central banks will loan $266 billion to the IMF to fight the debt crisis. Bloomberg

One thing that is clear: Angela Merkel can't be too happy. The European Union now says investors will not share in the cost of bailouts. Bloomberg

The EU summit continues today, but some say Merkozy have already failed to save the eurozone. FT

Moody's provides the EU with another kick in the pants, downgrading the debt of Societe Generale, BNP Paribas and Credit Agricole. Reuters

Quote of the Day

"We're not in the euro and I'm glad we're not in the euro. We're never going to join the euro and we're never going to give up this kind of sovereignty that these countries are having to give up," said U.K. Prime Minster David Cameron, defending his stance on the revisions of the euro treaty. Sky News

Company News

Hewlett-Packard ( HPQ) will likely decide the fate of Palm's webOS software today. PreCentral

Bad news for chipmakers: Texas Instruments ( TXN) and Altera ( ALTR) both cut their guidance on weaker demand. WSJ

Toyota ( TM) expects a 54% drop in net income this fiscal year. Reuters

Four in, four out: AGL Resources ( AGL), BorgWarner ( BWA), Perrigo ( PRGO) and Dollar Tree ( DLTR) will be added to the S&P 500 next week. CBS News

Markets

In Russia, populous rage swells over election fraud allegations. Russian equity markets are down 3% overnight. Bloomberg

China's inflation is the lowest since September 2010, another bad sign for the country's economic growth. CNN

Jon Corzine is stunned by MF Global's missing cash. So are your investors, dude. NYT DealBook

Investment Strategy

Why is Apple ( AAPL) stuck in a range, and how do you trade it? MarketWatch

Want to invest like George Soros? Buy a bunch of European sovereign debt from Jon Corzine! WSJ

Gluskin Sheff's David Rosenberg wants you to buy safety and income at a reasonable price in 2012. Pragmatic Capitalism

Odds and Ends

U.S. household wealth had its biggest quarterly loss since 2008. Who says things are improving for Americans? LA Times

Kiss your frack goodbye. The EPA has found fracking chemicals in a Wyoming drinking-water aquifier. Bloomberg

Happy Friday. Welcome to the weekend. Here's an Iggy Pop song to get you excited. YouTube

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