Friday, July 02, 2010

It's the Economy Friday July 2, 2010

Ford Canada's best numbers in ten years, Canadian Peat Moss to the rescue and Spain is the latest nation looking for an economic lifeline, some of the financial items for a Friday.

Globe and Mail-- Ford Canada posts best monthly sales in a decade
Globe and Mail-- U.S. sheds 125,000 jobs in June
Globe and Mail-- How Canadian peat moss might save Florida’s beaches
National Post-- Alberta buys ad after Washington Post rejects oil sands pitch
National Post-- Canadians feeling optimistic — and just a little gloomy too
National Post-- TARP: A tale of toxic politics
Vancouver Sun-- Ignatieff reiterates support for HST in Ontario, B.C.
New York Times-- Job Creation in Private Sector Remained Weak in June
New York Times-- The Recovery Is Losing Steam
New York Times-- E.U. Plans to Deal With Debt Crisis Run Into Bumps
USA Today-- Census layoffs drag payrolls down 125K; jobless rate falls
USA Today-- China: 2009 economic growth faster than previously thought
Guardian UK online-- BP brushes off calls to keep away from ecologically risky areas
Guardian UK online-- US job figures add to fears for long-term unemployed
Guardian UK online-- MPs to grill spending watchdog over accuracy of forecasts
The Independent-- Diageo serves up millions of barrels of Scotch whisky to plug pension deficit
The Independent-- Hedge fund fury over more EU pay curbs
Telegraph UK online-- Why Britain's railways are a secret weapon in shunting the deficit into history
Telegraph UK online-- The latest threat to the global recovery - state capitalism
Telegraph UK online-- Spain may need financial rescue, says Merrill
Melbourne Herald Sun-- It's a shaft: small miners
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Mining tax compromise is the deal we had to have
Sydney Daily Telegraph-- Prime Minister Julia Gillard caves in to mining industry and cuts resources tax rate
People's Daily-- China's foreign debt exceeds 443 bln USD
People's Daily-- Ecology trumps economy in NE China border towns
China Daily-- China to include smart electricity grid in five-year plan
China Daily-- China scraps tariff on 60% of imports from 26 African nations
Times of India-- Ministers' panel to consider new law for mines
Times of India-- Tata Motors races past Hyundai to be No. 2

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