Sunday, July 04, 2010

It's the economy (Weekend Edition July 3 and 4, 2010)

More warnings on the stock market, second thoughts on some Chinese investment., and Australia goes to the dogs, some of the items of note for the weekend

Globe and Mail-- Get out of stocks, Robert Prechter warns
Globe and Mail-- China faces threats but sees no big change
Globe and Mail-- Harper to decide fate of B.C. mine
National Post-- China outstays Canadian welcome 
National Post-- Catastrophism collapses 
New York Times-- They Did Their Homework (800 Years of It) 
New York Times-- As Oil Industry Fights a Tax, It Reaps Subsidies
USA Today-- New Orleans able to maintain tourism despite oil spill fears 
USA Today-- Tesla refines its breakthrough electric 
Guardian UK online-- Public sector pensions lose £20,000 as calculations switched to lower index 
Guardian UK online-- Born Again Thatcherites are preaching fiscal austerity to the unconverted 
The Independent-- There'll be a double dip. But if the world grows, we'll trudge upwards 
The Independent-- Jewels of British industry at risk of falling into American hands 
Telegraph UK online-- Goldman Sachs warns on global economic slowdown 
Telegraph UK online-- Cameron bets future on India's meteoric rise 
Telegraph UK online-- Servicing our debt is tough now, but it's only going to get tougher 
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Faithful pooches can be tax breaks 
Sydney Daily Telegraph-- Online job ads steady due to wary employers 
People's Daily-- Energy chief moves to smother coal-fired power plants 
China Daily-- Rents jump in cities 
Times of India-- Inflation likely to touch 14% this month: E &;Y

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