Friday, January 22, 2010

It's the economy (January 22, 2010)

Bernanke backlash, a call to do the right thing in health care and McJobs for the UK, some of the items of note for Friday.

Globe and Mail-- Saving America's banking system
Globe and Mail-- Senate opposition mounts to Bernanke
Globe and Mail-- Upside emerging for aluminum: Rio Tinto Alcan
National Post-- Wall Street reform could stay in spotlight for months
National Post-- Bidding reopens on Montreal Metro
National Post-- Ontario puts $10B in the wind
Vancouver Sun-- Squamish-based brewery launches Olympics-hooked Three Beavers beer
New York Times-- Opposition Grows Against Second Term for Bernanke
New York Times-- A Rift at the Fed Over the Bailout of A.I.G.
New York Times-- Do the Right Thing
USA Today-- Unemployment rose in 43 states last month as job market remains bleak
USA Today-- Regulators shut two more banks, bringing 2010 total to six
Guardian UK online-- Gordon Brown to push for 'Tobin tax' after Wall Street crackdown
Guardian UK online-- FTSE 100 falls for third day on banking and Chinese worries
Guardian UK online-- Regulators close five banks in U.S.
Times Online UK-- A road to Damascus, or a blind alley?
Times Online UK-- Japan’s wives forced to indulge in navel gazing
Telegraph UK online-- Why do we need to end boom and bust?
Telegraph UK online-- Britain could benefit from Obama bank reform, but only after the dust settles
Telegraph UK online-- McDonald's creates 5,000 jobs in UK after record sales in 2009
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Worrying signs for China
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Obama moves to rein in Wall Street banks
Brisbane Times-- Swings, roundabouts and psychology: Economics 101
Brisbane Times-- Improve your stamina to fight fatuous claims
Sydney Daily Telegraph-- British bank Lloyds says to cut almost 600 jobs
Sydney Daily Telegraph-- Obama moves to rein in Wall Street banks
People's Daily on line-- China's forest tenure reform good example: report
People's Daily on line-- Shanghai World Expo is "engine" driving local economic transition
China Daily-- Luxury goods demand may peak by 2015
China Daily-- Chinese mainland, Taiwan experts to discuss economic pact
China Daily-- China's economy hits annual target, but concerns linger
Times of India-- No immediate pressure on rates: HSBC
Times of India-- Kellogg India increases prices

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