Thursday, September 10, 2009

It's the economy (September 10, 2009)

Magna closes in on Opel, the BBC Faces cost cutting and Aussies feel positive about their economy, around the world for our economic update for September 10.

Globe and Mail-- Magna finally wins control of Opel
Globe and Mail-- Canadiens sale almost a done deal
Globe and Mail-- Economy rebounding, Bank of Canada says
National Post-- Bank of Canada holds rates, sees quicker recovery
National Post-- Loonie may hit parity with U.S. dollar by year-end: Rosenberg
National Post-- GM's board backs Magna purchase of Opel
Vancouver Sun-- 'Frail' CEO Steve Jobs unveils evolving Apple product line
New York Times-- G.M. Agrees to Sell Opel to Magna, With Strings
New York Times-- Oil Imports Swell U.S. Trade Deficit
Times Online UK-- BBC spending cuts will target £100m bill for Heroes, Mad Men and other US imports
Times Online UK-- Conservatives will set limits on NHS spending if they win election
Times Online UK-- Amid all the financial flak, our insurers deserve a break
Telegraph UK-- GM agrees to sell European business Opel to Magna, Vauxhall's future unclear
Telegraph UK-- Weak pound might not be enough to rescue UK economy
Guardian UK-- The economy: Politicians and the semi-slump
Guardian UK-- Fears for UK jobs as General Motors sells European arm to Canada's Magna
Sydney Morning Herald-- Economy looks rosy, Australians tell new survey
Sydney Morning Herald-- Big miner burns its golden hedges
People's Daily online-- President Hu calls for further modernization while maintaining stability
People's Daily online-- Overseas banks profiting from China's reform and opening-up

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