Mr Bernanke rattles the markets, the Pine beetle marches on and Rent a Wreck changes its image, some of the financial items for a Wednesday.
Globe and Mail-- Fed poised to act if recovery falters: Bernanke
Globe and Mail-- Obama signs financial overhaul into law
Globe and Mail-- Canada has everything going for it -- except innovation
National Post-- Bernanke says Fed to act if soft recovery falters
National Post-- Canada to probe if Montreal port dispute is causing shortages
National Post-- Business magnate Jack Irving dead at 78
Vancouver Sun-- Pine beetle will cost 11,000 jobs in B.C.: study
New York Times-- Bernanke Sees No Quick End to High Rate of Joblessness
New York Times-- Markets Decline on Bernanke’s Economic Comments
New York Times-- Will Stress Tests Overcome Resistance to German Bank Reform?
USA Today-- Rent-A-Wreck trades in its beat-up car-rental image
USA Today-- Stocks drop as Bernanke warns of uncertain economy
Guardian UK online-- BP chief Tony Hayward to outline strategy that restores firm's fortunes
Guardian UK online-- Conrad Black freed on $2m bail
Guardian UK online-- Bank of England could start new stimulus package
The Independent-- Who will pay the bill for closing Britain's £200bn energy gap?
The Independent-- Facebook to welcome its 500 millionth user today
Telegraph UK online-- Bernanke's bearish outlook rattles US investors
Telegraph UK online-- Swiss endure safe-haven agony from euro flight
Telegraph UK online-- Who cares as baby boomers become 'silver shufflers'?
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Chance of a mid-campaign rise
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Hedges lock in wheat booSydney Dail
Sydney Daily Telegraph-- Concern over world's banknotes as leading printer admits paper error
People's Daily-- Chances of a 'double dip' in doubt
People's Daily-- Growth of China's energy demands to slow in second half
China Daily-- China good trade partner, says Cable
China Daily-- China cross-border ETFs in final stage
Times of India-- Tata power fails to push Fiat sales
Times of India-- Govt won't meddle with regulators' job, says FM