Wednesday, July 07, 2010

It's the economy Tuesday July 6, 2010

A downward trend for real estate in Vancouver,  BC faces a worker shortage in the future and the sky falls for one stock analyst, some of the items of note from the Tuesday financials.

Globe and Mail--TransCanada pipeline faces new hurdle
Globe and Mail-- Rogers nabs naming rights on Telus’s turf
Globe and Mail--Vancouver home sales drop sharply
National Post-- Chance of double recession slim, but skeptics remain
National Post-- Canada should woo China for trade: Report
National Post-- Oil to dip below $70 again this summer: economist
Vancouver Sun-- B.C. building permit values soar, StatCan says
Vancouver Sun--Not enough future workers for B.C. construction sector, industry warns
New York Times-- Britain’s Inflation Pain Poses Risk for Recovery
New York Times-- Are Americans Worried About a Double Dip?
New York Times-- To Address Its Housing Shortage, Paris Cracks Down on Pied-à-Terre Rentals
USA Today-- As power demand soars from hot weather, grid holds up so far
USA Today-- Gas prices head down again after holiday weekend as oil drops
Guardian UK online-- European regulators to publish doomsday scenarios for banks
Guardian UK online-- The king of doom: veteran forecaster predicts Wall Street slump of up to 90%
Guardian UK online-- BP shares rise on hopes of international rescue
The Independent-- Back to the future with austerity measures that will test our tolerance
The Independent-- BP should hold its nerve and resist begging for funds from the Middle East
The Telegraph UK-- Hobos and welfare for America's Rich
The Telegraph UK-- Government suppliers will have to share the pain as cuts bite
The Telegraph UK-- China's property market braced for 30pc drop
Melbourne Herald Sun--- We'll have to live with tax - Rio
Melbourne Herald Sun--Exports over imports at 14 month high
Sydney Daily Telegraph-- Strong commodity prices lead to surplus
People's Daily-- China's yuan weakens against USD, with central parity rate slightly up
People''s Daily-- State economist: no big slowdown

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