Tuesday, September 08, 2009

It's the economy (September 8, 2009)

Gold glitters and the dollar surges, a new government in Japan could steer their economy over a cliff and the US loses it's spot atop the world's economic order, some of the items of note in Business for September 8.

Globe and Mail-- Dollar surges on stronger gold, oil
Globe and Mail-- A losing legacy – the decline of business class
Globe and Mail-- U.S. loses top spot as most competitive economy
National Post-- Employers to quicken pace of hiring
National Post-- Loonie highest in five weeks
National Post-- Telus to buy Black's for $28-million
Vancouver Sun-- Vancouver's Silver Wheaton buys 25 per cent of South American mining project from Barrick Gold
Vancouver Sun-- TSX rises to highest in 11 months on gold, oil
Vancouver Province-- UBS upgrades Canada's outlook to a 'V' recovery
New York Times-- China to Issue Yuan-Denominated Bonds in Hong Kong
New York Times-- World Stock Markets Rise Along With Gold
Times Online UK-- Doctors demand ban on all alcohol advertising
Times Online UK-- Analysts warn new Government’s policies could drive Japan into economic abyss
Times Online UK-- Weak dollar sends gold through $1,000 barrier
Telegraph UK-- Sterling jumps as manufacturing data lifts hopes that recession is over
Telegraph UK-- Market likely to suffer fresh falls, says Stephen Lansdown
Telegraph UK-- UN wants new global currency to replace dollar
Guardian UK-- Darling: Tory spending cuts would prolong recession
Guardian UK-- World job market showing signs of recovery
Sydney Morning Herald-- 'I was pummelled and dumped on' for Lehman failure: Fuld
Sydney Morning Herald-- Job ads on the climb, but interest rates could rise
People's online Daily-- Model of Chinese-made large aircraft C919 debuts
People's online Daily-- Three breakthroughs to make on the road to China's rise

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