Tuesday, December 15, 2009

It's the economy December 15, 2009

In Ontario the Liquor store may be the first to go to reduce the debt, the Miami Herald looks for voluntary donations for online content and Canada's the enemy for many in Copenhagen, some of the items of note for Tuesday.

Globe and Mail-- Fears of Canadian housing bubble dwindle
Globe and Mail-- Boeing Dreamliner: A 'game changer' for aviation
Globe and Mail-- Ontario ponders sale of Crown corporations to beat down deficit
National Post-- From Great Depression to 'bubble of a bubble'
National Post-- Holiday spending expected to increase, at the expense of profit margins
National Post-- TARP repayments may signal troubles ahead
Vancouver Sun-- Telus chief Darren Entwistle to take salary in shares as stock slide continues
New York Times-- Greek Leader Offers Plan to Tackle Debt Crisis
New York Times-- Miami Herald Asks Online Readers for Donations
USA Today-- Boeing 787 finally takes flight
USA Today-- China replaces U.S. as the center for IPOs
Guardian UK online-- BA strike faces injunction threat
Guardian UK online-- Inflation rises at highest rate since May
Times Online UK-- Abu Dhabi lifeline for Dubai buoys markets
Times Online UK-- Inflation soars to 1.9% on rising fuel prices
Telegraph UK online-- Beyond clink of glasses lies sober message of crisis that cost a million jobs
Telegraph UK online-- Corporate Canada cast as the villain at Copenhagen
Telegraph UK online-- Moody’s warns of 'social unrest’ as sovereign debt spirals
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Homes boom before subsidy ends
Melbourne Herald Sun-- RBA 'finely balanced' economy puts doubt on Feb rate rise
Brisbane Times-- Crony v reformer; fight becomes feisty in Jakarta
Brisbane Times-- Gas prospects riding high after Apollo float
Sydney Daily Telegraph -- Interest rates 'too low', say RBA December minutes
Sydney Daily Telegraph-- British Airways strike could paralyse airline over Christmas
People's Daily on line-- Inflation not a serious threat, official says
People's Daily on line-- Chinese vice premier stresses innovation for centrally-administered SOEs
China Daily-- S Korea plans to launch Chinese yuan futures
China Daily-- China may tighten monetary measures next year: economist
The Times of India-- RCOM to sell FLAG capacity
The Times of India-- RBI may take harsh steps as prices soar

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