Thursday, October 29, 2009

It's the economy (October 29, 2009)

Red flags still flying on US economy, unemployment the glue that keeps a troubled marriage together and Wii would like you to buy more of our games , some of the items of note for Thursday.

Globe and Mail-- Can U.S. economic recovery last?
Globe and Mail-- Is rally a bear in bull's clothing?
Globe and Mail-- No job? Divorce is off the budget
National Post-- Stock markets boosted by U.S. GDP numbers
National Post-- China's opinion only one that matters for US debt
National Post-- NB Power, Hydro-Quebec ink energy deal
New York Times-- U.S. Economy Started to Grow Again in the Third Quarter
New York Times-- I.M.F. Raises Growth Forecasts for Asia
USA Today-- GDP report spurs return to stocks after 4-day slide
USA Today-- Two economists see red flags again for stock market
Guardian online UK-- Businesses still starved of lending as money supply slows
Guardian online UK-- US economy emerges from recession
Times on line UK-- Shell to axe 5,000 jobs amid 73% profit fall
Times on line UK-- Britain out in the cold as US exits recession
Times on line UK-- Economists expect Bank of England to pump another £25bn into the economy
Telegraph UK online-- Nintendo profits plunge as Wii sales tumble
Telegraph UK online-- Britain the laggard as US returns to growth
Telegraph UK online-- US emerges from recession
Sydney Morning Herald-- Asian stocks fall on growth concerns
Sydney Morning Herald-- Rio set to steal BHP's thunder
Brisbane Times-- Banks have turned corner: ANZ chief
Brisbane Times-- BHP banks on global rebound
Victoria Herald Sun-- Market dives nearly two per cent
Victoria Herald Sun-- Skill shortage to re-emerge
People's Daily on line-- Oil tumbles on unexpected increase in gasoline stocks
People's Daily on line-- China to tighten rules on personal loans
The Times of India-- Inflation rises 1.5% on costlier food items
The Times of India-- Extra fast economic recovery in India, China, Australia: IMF

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