Thursday, November 05, 2009

It's the economy (November 5, 2009)

Look who just got a flu shot, BC Municipalities like to spend money and Mr. Putin is quite annoyed with General Motors, some of the items of note for Thursday.

Globe and Mail-- Will job gains outpace losses?
Globe and Mail-- Wall Street flu shots stir public anger
Globe and Mail-- Manulife posts $172-million loss
National Post-- Five plead guilty as hedge fund scandal widens
National Post-- On deck: Economists mixed on Canada's jobs picture
National Post-- Home building on the rebound
Vancouver Province-- Municipalities' spending outpacing real growth
New York Times-- Winners and Losers in Financial Crisis Emerging in Europe
New York Times-- Fannie Mae to Allow Borrowers to Lease Homes
New York Times-- Schumer Seeks to Block Stimulus Money for Chinese-Backed Texas Wind Farm
USA Today-- October sales offer relief to merchants
USA Today-- Fannie Mae seeks $15B more in government aid after 3Q loss
Times online UK-- Christmas truce called in postal dispute
Times online UK-- Bank raises stimulus to £200bn to end recession
Times online UK-- British economy may not recover by year end
Guardian UK online-- Zombie economy promises frights in store for us all
Guardian UK online-- Bank of England extends quantitative easing by £25bn – but is it enough?
Guardian UK online-- Putin attacks GM for U-turn on Opel
Telegraph UK online-- Carbon traders deny sub-prime crisis brewing
Telegraph UK online-- Russian shares are cheap again
Telegraph UK online-- BoE: It ain’t over till it’s over
Telegraph UK online-- Bank of England signals the end is nigh for quantitative easing
Victoria Herald Sun-- Australia posts largest monthly trade deficit in 18 months
Victoria Herald Sun-- Annual new vehicle sales up for the first time in 16 months
Victoria Herald Sun-- Banks get back to basics
Brisbane Times-- India shows hedge-fund savvy with gold grab
Brisbane Times-- Transurban shares soar on takeover bid news
Brisbane Times-- China's rise brings risks, says Reserve
Sydney Morning Herald-- Competition slain with St George
Sydney Morning Hearld-- Be afraid - you're in the 'New Normal'
Sydney Morning Herald-- Trade gap widens less than expected
People's Daily on line-- Govt buys ticket for Disney Shanghai
The Times of India-- Pawar admits rise in food prices a worry
The Times of India-- NHAI projects face further delay

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