Tuesday, June 22, 2010

It's the economy (Tuesday, June 22, 2010)

The West is best in Economics in Canada, BC households to be hit hard by HST and Prime Minister Harper pays his respects to China's economic ways, some of the financial items of the day.

Globe and Mail-- U.S. judge overturns drilling ban
Globe and Mail-- Syncrude stake not for sale: Suncor
Globe and Mail-- Behind China's yuan move
National Post-- Coordinated rules needed to avoid another 'flash crash': CME CEO
National Post-- West to lead economic growth, BMO predicts
National Post-- Deepwater oil drilling should continue, Suncor CEO says
Vancouver Sun-- B.C. households to be hit hard by HST, analysis shows
Vancouver Sun-- Vancouver Airport services buys majority share in Liverpool's John Lennon Airport
New York Times-- Facing Deficit, Britain Unveils Emergency Budget
New York Times-- Geithner Says Bailout Money Is Being Repaid
New York Times-- Judge Blocks Deep-Water Drilling Moratorium
USA Today-- Banks, queen feel the pain as Britain makes sharp cuts
USA Today-- Geithner: Banks repaying taxpayers, but AIG loss likely
Guardian UK online-- Budget 2010: VAT to rise to 20% as Osborne seeks to balance books by 2015
Guardian UK online-- Budget 2010: Fears tough budget could plunge UK back into recession
Guardian UK online-- Oil spill: Protesters disrupt BP speech as Tony Hayward pulls out
The Independent-- VAT up to 20% as Osborne piles on the pain
The Independent-- Osborne isn't cutting for the fun of it
Telegraph UK online-- Is growth compatible with such a brutal squeeze?
Telegraph UK online-- We deserved the unvarnished truth, and Osborne delivered it
Telegraph UK online-- Euphoria cools over Chinese moves to weaken yuan
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Rudd slaps down super profit tax for all
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Pressure tipped to mount on banks
Sydney Daily Telegraph-- Workers say bosses don't want them to take lunch breaks
People's Daily-- Canadian PM praises China's contribution to global economic recovery
People's Daily-- Crude prices trade higher after China's currency move
China Daily-- China scraps export tax rebates on 406 products
China Daily-- China expands pilot program of yuan settlement
Times of India-- India happy over China's currency move: Pranab
Times of India-- India targets double digit growth in 2012

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