Friday, January 08, 2010

It's the economy (January 8, 2010)

Canwest's papers are up for grabs, BC's unemployment rate is rising and PETA turns up the heat of KFC, some of the items of note for Friday.

Globe and Mail-- Canada's jobs market stalls
Globe and Mail-- Court blocks Argentina debt plan
Globe and Mail-- CanWest newspapers go on block despite CEO Asper's objections
National Post-- Canadian and U.S. jobs data disappoint
National Post-- Canwest publishing group up for sale after filing
National Post-- Real estate market may be too hot to handle
Vancouver Sun-- B.C.'s unemployment rate creeps up in December
New York Times-- Obama Tries to Turn Focus to Jobs, if Other Events Allow
New York Times-- U.S. Job Losses in December Dim Hopes for Quick Upswing
New York Times-- Jobless Rate in Euro Zone Is in Double Digits
USA Today-- Geithner called to explain AIG bailout secrecy
USA Today-- PETA wants ads on fire trucks after KFC places wings ads on hydrants
USA Today-- UPS to cut 1,800 jobs in segment realignment
Guardian UK online-- US fears double-dip recession with rising job losses
Guardian UK online-- China overtakes US as world's biggest car market
Guardian UK online-- Spain calls for a binding EU economic strategy
Times Online UK-- House prices up but are falls on the horizon?
Times Online UK-- Factory prices rise at fastest rate in a year
Times Online UK-- Kraft looks at fresh cash sweetener for Cadbury bid
Telegraph UK online-- Time is running out for make-believe economics
Telegraph UK online-- UK more at risk than ever of losing AAA rating, top investor Neil Woodford warns
Telegraph UK online-- Britain's plan for giant wind farms will need 'super-grid' to take off
Melbourne Herald Sun--Watch out for the Tiger's teeth
Melbourne Herald Sun-- More people cutting deals on debt
Brisbane Times-- Parents' property help could harm
Brisbane Times-- RBA turns 50 but celebrations will be low-key
Brisbane Times-- China wealth fund may be eyeing Rio stake
Sydney Daily Telegraph-- Chinalco to hold on to Rio Tinto stake, reports denied
Sydney Daily Telegraph-- Qantas gets thumbs up on Jetstar-AirAsia alliance
People's Daily on line-- China's commerce minister stresses yuan stability, concerned about U.S. dollar value
People's Daily on line-- Beijing's 2009 GDP per capita estimated to exceed $10,000
China Daily-- China to better regulate govt investment
China Daily-- Yanzhou Coal mulls overseas acquisitions
China Daily-- Idle plots further compound realty crunch in Shanghai

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