Monday, September 21, 2009

It's the economy (September 21, 2009)

Mr. Ignatieff's financial plan, Elton says piracy is bad and there's always the risk of another stock market surprise, some of the items of interest for a Monday.

Globe and Mail-- New life blows into wind sector
Globe and Mail-- Dell strikes deal for Perot Systems
Globe and Mail-- Buy GICs. Only GICs
National Post-- Canada banks seen with massive pot for buys
National Post-- Workers at GM, Suzuki joint venture accept contract
National Post-- Ignatieff's economic policy revealed. Feelin' lucky?
New York Times-- Reform or Bust
New York Times-- Dell Expands Services in $3.9 Billion Perot Deal
New York Times-- Congressional Report Says A.I.G. Has Stabilized
Times online UK-- Pound slips on Bank of England warning
Times online UK-- OECD calls for Europe-wide financial supervision
Times online UK-- Economic policymakers should sit tight until 2011
Times online UK-- Time to stop being chicken and talk about China
Telegraph online UK-- BoE's Andrew Sentance warns Britain's recovery at risk from rising energy prices
Telegraph online UK-- Sterling falls against dollar and euro after BoE report highlights UK's economic imbalances
Telegraph online UK--
Guardian UK-- Siberians sell coal to the Welsh
Guardian UK-- Sir Elton John backs measures to crackdown on music piracy
Guardian UK-- Land Securities beefs up cash reserves by selling £210m Bullring stake
The Scotsman-- G20 leaders at sea in the Wonderland of bonuses
The Scotsman-- RBS sounds out backers on further cash call
Sydney Morning Herald-- Qantas ex-boss paid $11m
Sydney Morning Herald-- Talisman turns on the charm for PNG LNG
Sydney Morning Herald-- No country for young men
People's Daily on line-- Party demands full asset disclosure to curb graft
People's Daily on line-- 15 firms named, shamed for poor sense of social responsibility
The Times of India-- Pranab reviews Air India makeover plan
The Times of India-- Risk of another Lehman Brothers still looms: Moody's

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