Wednesday, October 07, 2009

It's the economy (October 7, 2009)

Capitalism takes root in China, GM adjusts to the new realities and CanWest faces a sell off, some of the items of note for Wednesday.

Globe and Mail-- The Asper dream ends, the sell-off begins
Globe and Mail-- Scotiabank, creditors to control CanWest dailies
Globe and Mail-- 'Smarts and luck' keep Australia humming
Globe and Mail-- Canada takes U.S. to WTO
National Post-- Flaherty tells banks to stop insurance sales on web
National Post-- Earnings parade off with a bang -- but will it last?
National Post-- Canada expected to show jobs growth Friday
National Post-- Hot housing market expected to cool by November
New York Times-- Chief Says G.M. Is Adapting to a New Culture
Times online UK-- George Osborne gets serious with the promise of more pain
Times online UK-- House prices rise but economists remain cautious
Times online UK-- Mixed fortunes for America's popular retailers
Telegraph online UK-- Consumer confidence at 18-month high
Telegraph online UK-- Jaguar Land Rover secures £500m of new funding
Telegraph online UK-- Aer Lingus underlines woes facing airlines with 600 job cuts
Telegraph online UK-- Sainsbury sees sales growth slowing
Guardian online UK-- Aer Lingus to axe jobs and make pay cuts in downturn
Guardian online UK-- Gold prices continue to hit new highs
The Scotsman-- Shock fall in output dents recovery
Sydney Morning Herald-- There’s gold in them thar companies
Sydney Morning Herald-- Rio Tinto signs Chinese joint venture
Sydney Morning Herald-- Investors shore up housing market
People's Daily on line-- China's non-public sector creates 60% of GDP
People's Daily on line-- China's new bank loans expected to reach 300-400 bln yuan in September
The Times of India-- RNRL files one affidavit in SC, RIL files eight
The Times of India-- Rupee up 28 paise, at 46.40 a dollar

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