Monday, September 07, 2009

It's the economy (September 6, 2009)

China's middle class prepare to do their part to fight the recession, the British are coming and the US finds that there's still money in guns, some of the items of note for September 6.

Globe and Mail-- Markets to stay wary on stimulus after G20 pledge
Globe and Mail-- Victoria's Secret sets its sights on seductive Canadian market
Globe and Mail-- Why the British are invading the oil patch
National Post-- Enter China's consumers
National Post-- Canada expected to return to trade surplus
National Post-- Oil patch will suffer if U.S. cracks down on speculators
New York Times-- U. S. Increases it's share of worldwide arms market
New York Times-- Natural Gas Hits a Roadblock in New Energy Bill
Times on Line UK-- Cut bankers’ bonuses and we will all suffer
Times on Line UK-- HSBC tables bid for ING private bank
Telegraph UK-- China alarmed by US money printing
Telegraph UK-- Barack Obama accused of making 'Depression' mistakes
Telegrpah UK-- Bank considers new measures to stop lenders hoarding
Guardian UK-- Banks are overvaluing toxic property loans, experts warn
Guardian UK-- RBS sells off last of Asian assets

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