Monday, October 19, 2009

It's the economy (October 19, 2009)

A dollar to high for a Super Hero, Smoking, drinking Britis face questions from their bankers and for Canadian sports teams it's not whether you win or lose but how many Canadian dollars you have in the bank, some of the items of note for Monday.

Globe and Mail-- Sports teams set to cash in on strong Canadian dollar
Globe and Mail-- U.S. must save, China spend: Bernanke
Globe and Mail-- Why the housing market didn't crash
National Post-- U.S. accepts ‘premise’ of Buy American exemption for Canada
National Post-- BHP would face competition from China, Canada and rivals in bid for Potash Corp
National Post-- TD expects loan losses to continue to rise
New York Times-- Strong Mac Sales Boost Apple’s Profits
New York Times-- Fed Chief Cites Role of Trade Imbalances in Crisis
New York Times-- Times Says It Will Cut 100 Newsroom Jobs
Times online UK-- Homebuyers face questions on alcohol and smoking under new mortgage rules
Times online UK-- Royal Mail talks in deadlock as strike looms
Guardian online UK-- FSA tightens mortgage lending rules
Guardian online UK-- Maersk sees container rate break-even by Q1 2010
Telegraph UK online--
Telegraph UK online-- Homebuyers face new mortgage checks in clampdown on reckless lending Victoria Herald Sun-- Australian Wheat Board boss Andrew Lindberg 'knew of Saddam payments', court hears
Victoria Herald Sun-- Economy ever closer to prospering Asia
Brisbane Times-- Our swagger is big, but others are unconvinced
Brisbane Times-- Green Lantern will not be filmed in Australia because of strong dollar
People's Daily on line-- China's GDP growth to top 7% in first three quarters: official
People's Daily on line-- China's economic recovery to pick up momentum in 2010
The Times of India-- RIL among top 25 Global Champions for 2009
The Times of India-- Govt approves 10% divestment in SJVN

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