Tuesday, December 01, 2009

It's the economy (December 1, 2009)

China is looking for better ties with Canada, Did GM tell Fritz to resign and coupon clicking is booming, some of the items of note for Tuesday.

Globe and Mail-- GM rocked by CEO Fritz Henderson's speedy exit
Globe and Mail-- Investors flock to Canadian dollar
Globe and Mail-- How Dubai crisis may alter markets
National Post-- TSX as good as gold
National Post-- We can't go back again, Scotia economist warns
National Post-- Central banks’ independence at risk
Vancouver Sun-- China readies for ‘thaw’ in relations with Canada
Vancouver Sun-- CN Rail makes new offer to striking workers
New York Times-- G.M. Asks Its Chief to Resign
New York Times-- A Quaking Brings No Collapse
USA Today-- Economy shuffling toward recovery, reports indicate
USA Today-- More shoppers search for coupons online
Guardian UK online-- Dubai creditors fight for their money
Guardian UK online-- General Motors chief executive resigns sending shockwaves through industry
Times Online UK-- Manufacturing slows sharply in November
Times Online UK-- Dubai troubles cast doubt on future fundraising
Telegraph UK online-- North Korea sharply revalues its currency
Telegraph UK online-- Japan steps up quantitative easing to fight deflation
Telegraph UK online-- Dubai's most pressing project is to bridge the communication gulf
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Homeowners feel pain as Westpac lifts rates by 45 basis points after official rate went up by 25
Melbourne Herald Sun-- RBA's recipe for sustained growth
Brisbane Times-- Abbott's first big lie: interest rates
Brisbane Times-- China bankrolls another iron ore upstart
Sydney Morning Herald-- Uncertainty continues to rule global markets
Sydney Morning Herald-- Building approvals slip as stimulus wanes
Sydney Daily Telegraph-- Shake your booty: companies to lay on $560m Christmas bash
Sydney Daily Telegraph-- North Korea sharply revalues currency
People's Daily on line-- Dubai debt meltdown has limited influence on China
People's Daily on line-- Protectionism, yuan pressure "unfair": Wen
China Daily-- Gaming growth ends Macao's downturn
China Daily-- Beijing selling China to the world
The Times of India-- Hyundai India records highest ever sales
The Times of India-- Dubai turmoil not to impact domestic banks

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