Sunday, July 11, 2010

It's the economy Weekend edition (July 10 and 11, 2010)

The private sector leads the jobs parade, Banks face debt crisis to come and breaking up may not be so bad for the Euros, some of the financial notes from the weekend.

Globe and Mail-- A new way to play Alberta crude
Globe and Mail-- Anti-tax backlash bruises Japan’s ruling party at the polls
Globe and Mail-- Private sector fuels surge in jobs
National Post-- When brands go Hollywood
National Post-- A pawn in a gas game
Vancouver Sun-- Red tape is too long and too costly
New York Times-- Bank Bailout Is Potent Issue for Both Parties in Fall Races
New York Times-- Wall St. Hiring in Anticipation of an Economic Recovery
New York Times-- Banks Will Face Their Own Debt Crisis as Trillions Come Due
USA Today-- With end of stimulus, tough times ahead for public colleges
USA Today-- Atlantic City casino revenue takes a June swoon
Guardian UK online-- BP attempts to place new cap over Gulf of Mexico oil rupture
Guardian UK online-- Gold keeps rising as panicky investors look for security
Guardian UK online-- Break-up of eurozone would speed up recovery, thinktank says
The Independent-- Speculators' new craze for chocolate leaves a bitter taste
The Independent-- The lost generation: Out of work, out of luck - graduates finding it tough
Telegraph UK online-- Public sector pensions: unfunded and heading rapidly off the rails
Telegraph UK online-- Deutschland ├╝ber alles does not mean a trickledown recovery in EMU
Telegraph UK online-- The West should fear the growth of state capitalism - Ian Bremmer
Sydney Daily Telegraph-- Discrimination row over lawyer Diana Karamicov's promotion
People's Daily-- China's Guangzhou port cargo throughput up 12% in 1H
People's Daily-- Hong Kong's number of companies registered hits record high
China Daily-- US fails to label China as currency manipulator
China Daily-- Melamine resurfaces in dairy products
Times of India-- Keep industry off cultivable farm land: Pawar
Times of India-- Govt may not allow export of sugar till Diwali

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

"PRIVATE SECTOR FUELS SURGE IN JOBS"
109,000 JOBS ADDED IN APRIL,BUT DECLINE IN MANUFACTURING..93,000 JOBS ADDED IN JUNE,BUT ONLY IN ONTARIO AND QUEBEC,AND AGAIN,A DECLINE IN MANUFACTURING..AND IF WE ARE NOT PICKING UP IN THE CHOPPING AND PUMPING AND OTHER RAPING SECTORS, WHERE ARE WE GETTING ALL THE MONEY TO EXPAND IN THE SERVICE SECTOR?,,WHICH AMOUNTS TO LITTLE MORE THAN SHINING EACH OTHERS SHOES.I DON'T SEE ANY REAL CAPITAL BEING CREATED.

Anonymous said...

I think your capital key is stuck