Links and Reading for April 5th

April 6, 2011 12:00 am

Some of the more interesting and important items for April 5th :

  • S. Korea angry at Japan nuclear water leak: report – MarketWatch – SYDNEY (MarketWatch) — South Korea demanded details Tuesday from the Japanese government on the release of radioactive water into the Pacific Ocean, saying that they were disappointed that they weren't informed in advance, the Nikkei reported Wednesday. Meanwhile, Russia has said that its air and water quality are not compromised, according to the report. However, it is "dissatisfied" by Japan's efforts at cooperation, the report added. Japan has been battling to contain a nuclear crisis since a massive earthquake and tsunami struck the country on March 11.
  • Buffett’s Policies Went Unheeded – WSJ.com – Warren Buffett warned Berkshire Hathaway Inc.'s top employees last year against trading in shares of companies in which Berkshire might invest—the very issue that now is dogging the conglomerate.
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  • Apple Crunched in Nasdaq Rebalance – MarketWatch – In a move likely to ripple across the stock market, Nasdaq OMX plans to announce Tuesday a rare rebalancing of its Nasdaq-100 index, which will reduce the big weighting of Apple Inc. The company currently makes up more than 20% of the index.
  • Nasdaq Plans Changes to its Nasdaq- 100 Stock Index – WSJ.com – In a move likely to ripple across the stock market, Nasdaq OMX plans to announce Tuesday a rare rebalancing of its Nasdaq-100 index, which will reduce the big weighting of Apple Inc. The company currently makes up more than 20% of the index.
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