Sunday, September 27, 2009

It's the economy (September 26, 2009)

Jobs a dwindling commodity in the USA, A nay vote on the Chinese economy and the Australian dollar is closing in on its US counterpart, some of the items of note for Saturday.

Globe and Mail-- The perils of a jobless recovery
Globe and Mail-- G20's big challenge is to make new rules stick
National Post-- Twin addictions
National Post-- Aussie invasion?
New York Times-- U.S. Job Seekers Exceed Openings by Record Ratio
New York Times-- Enter the Recession’s Waiting Room
New York Times-- China’s Mr. Wu Keeps Talking
Times online UK-- The magnetic pull of China for HSBC and Mike Geoghegan
Times online UK-- Same tune, different fiscal instrument on bank bonuses
Telegraph online UK-- Money figures show there's trouble ahead
Telegraph online UK-- No reform, just a cosmetic patch for a discredited, flawed regime
Telegraph online UK-- Future is looking bleak for private equity
Guardian UK-- Influential report calls for Northern Rock to be remutualised
The Scotsman-- 'Serious consequences' if investment chill continues
Sydney Morning Herald-- Upbeat G20's financial reform pledge
Sydney Morning Herald-- Household wealth is up after a long slide
Sydney Morning Herald-- US stocks falter on recovery worries
Sydney Morning Herald-- Aussie tipped for greenback parity
People's Daily on line-- Govt to raise oil reserve enough to last 90 days
People's Daily on line-- Ford to build new plant in China to make next-generation Focus
The Times of India-- 5% share in IMF is a compromise figure: PM
The Times of India-- We have limited scope for accelerating stimulus package: PM

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