Monday, November 30, 2009

It's the economy (November 30, 2009)

Binding arbitration in the future for CN and the engineers , the twelve days of Christmas items are still a bargain, and Germany sees more trouble on the horizon, some of the items of note for Monday.

Globe and Mail-- Ottawa tables CN back-to-work bill
Globe and Mail-- In Dubai, a blunt refusal amid a market selloff
Globe and Mail-- Canada's growth returns as imports surge
National Post-- Loonie the anchor on economy's recovery
National Post-- Ottawa looks for quick fix to CN strike
National Post-- China: Boom or Bubble about to bust?
Vancouver Sun-- Port Metro Vancouver supports CN Rail workers’ back-to-work legislation
New York Times-- The Jobs Imperative
New York Times-- A Takeover Movie for Hollywood to Watch
USA Today-- Shoppers have retailers singing on Cyber Monday
USA Today-- Shopping alert: '12 days of Christmas' items up only 1.8%
Guardian UK online-- Dubai authorities may be forced to put up Emirates airline as debt collateral
Guardian UK online-- The storm in Dubai may not be over
Times Online UK-- Morgan Stanley warns UK risks full-blown debt crisis
Times Online UK-- Chinese to become world's biggest gold consumers
Times Online UK-- China will take a generation to catch up with the West
Telegraph UK online-- Angela Merkel alarmed by worsening credit crisis
Telegraph UK online-- Dubai: don't count on a happy ending
Telegraph UK online-- Can emerging markets stand the test of time?
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Dubai last of big four to confirm it expects no material loss from Dubai shock
Brisbane Times-- Big four banks and regulator braced for defaults on loans
Brisbane Times-- UAE in for more pain over Dubai
Sydney Daily Telegraph-- All eyes on Dubai over debt woes
People's Daily on line-- Chinese Premier: China hopes world's major reserve currency will maintain stable
People's Daily on line-- Time not right for stimulus policy exit: China, EU
China Daily-- Money Chinese banks increase overseas loan activity
The Times of India-- Tata plans Nano hybrid cars
The Times of India-- No Dubai impact on Indian economy: PMEAC

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