Wednesday, June 30, 2010

It's the economy (Wednesday, June 30, 2010)

A recovery under threat, The Olympics were good for business in Vancouver and Vultures circle over BP, some of the financial items of interest for Wednesday.

Globe and Mail-- Canada’s economy stalls in April
Globe and Mail-- WTO panel slams EU aid for Airbus
Globe and Mail-- World recovery under threat as growth slows, stimulus wanes
National Post-- North American markets tumble to worst quarter since Lehman fall
National Post-- HST arriving tomorrow. Here is what you can expect in Ontario and B.C.
National Post-- High unemployment seen for 'long period': Fed officials
Vancouver Sun-- Tourism spending buoyed by Vancouver 2010 Olympics
New York Times-- Solar Panels, Loans and a Turf War
New York Times-- Governments Move to Cut Spending, in 1930s Echo
New York Times-- Just How Bullish Is the White House?
USA Today-- Asia-Pacific region embraces use of credit and debit cards
USA Today-- Financial reform bill faces House passage, Senate delays vote
Guardian UK online-- Vultures circle BP over fears its days are numbered in US
Guardian UK online-- Embarrassment for ONS as economic figures delayed
Guardian UK online-- EU unveils tough proposals to curb public spending in member states
The Independent-- Official analysis of Budget impact on jobs revealed
The Independent-- Crow demands response to Cameron's 'fiscal fascism'
Telegraph UK online-- Euro, stock markets steady as banks borrow less than feared from ECB
Telegraph UK online-- Ireland finally emerges from recession
Telegraph UK online-- Will the world suffer a double-dip recession? Only if we talk ourselves into it
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Atlas Iron on Chinese map
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Business credit grows after GFC
Sydney Daily Telegraph-- Chinese bank in world record $27bn IPO
People's Daily-- Chinese economy likely to maintain steady, rapid growth in 2010: PBOC
People's Daily-- Walmart eyes fast growth of its "direct farm program" in China
China Daily-- Wen: economy heading in right direction, 'relatively fast' growth seen
China Daily-- S China provinces to get Central Asia gas soon
Times of India-- Oil firms to invest $1.1bn: Govt
Times of India-- India joins global club against financial fraud

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