Wednesday, December 02, 2009

It's the economy (December 2)

CN strikes a deal with strikers, Loonie's rise helps Canadian hockey teams and oil exporters eye Kitimat, some of the items of note for Tuesday.

Globe and Mail-- Gold pile-on stokes fear of asset bubble
Globe and Mail-- Business faces ends of stimulus
Globe and Mail-- GM's Help Wanted ad: Find someone like Ford's boss
National Post-- CN reaches deal to end strike
National Post-- Bank of America to repay bailout funds
National Post-- Taxpayers deserve explanation from GM
Vancouver Sun-- Harper rapped for releasing rosy stimulus report abroad
Vancouver Sun-- Oil exports drive expansion plans at ports in Vancouver and Kitimat
New York Times-- This I Believe
New York Times-- Currency Rise Helps Canadian N.H.L. Teams
USA Today-- Obama puts renewed focus on job creation
USA Today-- Geithner: $700B bailout program will end soon
Guardian UK online-- European Union agrees super-regulator to head off financial crises
Guardian UK online-- GM chief's exit raises fear of more European job cuts
Times Online UK-- Beware the mirage of markets built on sand
Times Online UK-- UK on the mend, says BoE's chief economist
Telegraph UK online-- Darling vs Sarko: French taunts are annoying but true
Telegraph UK online-- China wary of gold 'bubble’ danger after quietly doubling its reserves
Telegraph UK online-- GM restructuring puts Obama’s men firmly in control
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Gen Y most financially savvy
Melbourne Herald Sun-- China the key to further rises
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Google concedes publishers chance to limit free reading of newspaper articles
Brisbane Times-- Govt's bank guarantee hurting BOQ: Liddy
Brisbane Times-- Be fearful: speculation is back
Sydney Morning Herald-- Bendigo Bank opens up a can of worms
Sydney Daily Telegraph-- Gold strikes record above $US1200
People's Daily on line-- China, Japan should team up on tackling global financial crisis: Vice President
People's Daily on line-- Structural adjustment, sustainable policies critical to China: 4 renowned economists
China Daily-- China issues regulation to encourage joint ventures
China Daily-- Chinese vice premier meets Sony chairman
The Times of India-- In last 3 years, govt banks wrote off bad debts worth Rs 25000 cr
The Times of India-- HDFC offers home loan at 8.25%

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