China wants to talk tires at the WTO, Bernanke says that the recession is most likely over, not so for the airline industry suffering worse times that post 9/11, some of the items of note in the financial world on September 15.
Globe and Mail-- Suncor to sell natural gas assets
Globe and Mail-- Picture grim for airline industry
Globe and Mail-- Why Dennis Gartman likes the loonie
National Post-- Bernanke says recession 'likely over'
National Post-- Stock crashes and autumns
National Post-- Airline industry says financial crisis is 'bigger than 9/11'
Vancouver Sun-- Whistler's room rates fall sharply, according to index
New York Times-- Fed Chief Says Recession Is ‘Very Likely Over’
New York Times-- In Frankfurt, Cars Again Seem to Be Talk of the Show
Times on line UK-- Gordon Brown: I will make cuts, but not yet
Times on line UK-- BA to terminate temporary crew and axe 125 jobs
Times on line UK-- Blockbuster to shut 960 US stores
Telegraph online UK-- Tories' George Osborne unveils new economic model for UK
Telegraph online UK-- At the risk of stating the obvious, markets can be very unpredictable
Guardian UK-- Recession over, say central bank chiefs on both sides of Atlantic
Guardian UK-- Toyota promises cleaner, cheaper 'plug-in' Prius hybrid
Sydney Morning Herald-- China lodges WTO complaint over US tyre tariffs
Sydney Morning Herald-- Magna says to cut 10,500 jobs at Opel
Sydney Morning Herald-- The key to staying afloat
People's Daily on line-- Making movies and more money
People's Daily on line-- China wants WTO talks on US tariffs