Monday, June 28, 2010

It's the economy (Monday, June 28, 2010)

Enbridge plans to expand the tar sands, House hunting season in Vancouver and Mr. Krugman sees the start of the Third Depression, some of our items of note from our Monday financials.

Globe and Mail--G20’s plan for deficit cutting draws fire from Paul Krugman 
Globe and Nail-- Enbridge plans $400-million oil sands expansion
Globe and Mail-- G20 rule means Canadian banks ‘have to go first’
National Post-- Fed feared BP could bring down Wall Street
National Post-- A true yuan fix
National Post-- Time to reap the wages of sin
Vancouver Sun-- Wealthy Chinese put house hunting on Vancouver vacation itinerary
New York Times-- The Third Depression
New York Times-- In Ireland, a Picture of the High Cost of Austerity
New York Times-- Report Warns That Many Banks Still Vulnerable to Crises
USA Today-- Work-at-home job scams thrive on economic trouble
USA Today-- Gas prices rise with summer season in full swing
Guardian UK online-- BP oil spill: Tony Hayward set to step down, Russian official claims
Guardian UK online-- Gold may reach new high amid fears of double-dip recession
Guardian UK online-- Failure to boost growth raises spectre of depression, analysts warn
The Independent-- Dire warning over impending slide of British manufacturing
The Independent-- G20 compromises on plans for tougher banking rules
Telegraph UK online-- It's 'negflation' that Britain really needs to worry about
Telegraph UK online-- George Osborne's reshaping of the economy needs to start with real jobs
Telegraph UK online-- David Cameron: 'The world doesn't owe us a living
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Aussie paint icon Wattyl goes to US
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Housing stall in 2011, industry predicts
People's Daily-- China cannot afford to overlook woes in wake of financial crisis
People's Daily-- Labor issues top the agenda
China Daily-- Yuan effect 'limited' on stock
China Daily-- 'HK seeks a new identity'
Times of India-- Fuel price hike was necessary, says Pranab
Times of India-- Indian CEOs ready for a bigger slice of the Chinese business pie

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