Friday, September 25, 2009

It's the economy (September 25, 2009)

If nothing else teachers should at least get a good nights sleep, Canada to play host to G20 participants next year in Ontario and they're cutting back on the jobs at Lada,some of the items of note for Friday.

Globe and Mail-- RIM could lose market share, analysts say
Globe and Mail-- Teachers buys stake in Simmons mattresses
Globe and Mail-- Clunker hangover may hurt U.S. vehicle sales
National Post-- RIM, U.S. data drag Canadian stocks lower
National Post-- Potash: Bankers see logic to M&A but cost may block deals
National Post-- Transition to G20 will broaden 2010 summit in Canada
New York Times-- Group of 20 Agrees on Far-Reaching Economic Plan
New York Times-- China’s Threat Revives Race for Rare Minerals
Times online UK-- G20 proposes more tax haven sanctions
Times online UK-- Putin thaws on foreign firms as gasfield proves too big too handle
Telegraph online UK-- G20: Bankers evade bonus caps in leaders' agreement
Telegraph online UK-- G20: members commit to 'rebalancing’ global economy
Telegraph online UK-- The dollar is dead - long live the renmimbi
Guardian UK-- Cayman Islands resists taxing demands as it sinks deeper into crisis
Guardian UK-- World leaders relaunch G20 as top economic forum
The Scotsman-- Beware dangers of falling for 'phoney victory' over recession
The Scotsman-- Quarter of Lada plant jobs axed
Sydney Morning Herald-- ANZ to buy out all of ING JV
Sydney Morning Herald-- G20 stimulus pledge helps Asian stocks
Sydney Morning Herald-- G20 becomes main world economic forum
Sydney Morning Herald-- Forget Uncle Sam, what we need is another Churchill
People's Daily on line-- EU impose duties on Chinese seamless steel pipe
People's Daily on line-- PBOC governor: monetary policy should be in line with economic development
The Times of India-- Tata Motors plans to shut down one plant of JLR
The Times of India-- Air India headhunts for a COO

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