Thursday, October 15, 2009

It's the economy (October 15, 2009)

Parts of Canada's real estate market are still booming, CanWest moves from penny stock to delisting and darker days ahead for England, some of the items of note for Thursday.

Globe and Mail-- Banks to face off with Ottawa over insurance
Globe and Mail-- Allow increased oil sands emissions, CEO urges
Globe and Mail-- CanWest given notice of delisting
National Post-- BoC chief in a quandary over interest rates
National Post-- A hot real estate market getting hotter
National Post-- Greenspan: U.S. should consider breaking up large banks
New York Times-- Bank of America Chief Forgoes Pay for 2009
New York Times-- Chinese Export Boom in Evidence at Trade Show
New York Times-- Weak Dollar? Not So Much in China
Times online UK-- Surprise fall in youth unemployment dismissed as the ‘lull before the storm’
Times online UK-- Investor alarm as Finance Minister blasts corporate Japan's ethics
Guardian online UK-- Nokia makes first loss for more than a decade in face of fierce competition
Guardian online UK-- Postal crisis to worsen as peace talks collapse
Telegraph UK online-- Ex-FSA chief Sir Howard Davies sees 'dramatic’ risks for Britain
Telegraph UK online-- German 'Wise Men' fear credit crunch in 2010
Telegraph UK online-- Anglo needs to sort platinum, sell Tarmac and polish the diamonds
Victoria Herald Sun-- BHP Billiton and Rio Tinto change Pilbara merger plan
Victoria Herald Sun-- No surprise that interest rates can't remain at record lows, says Treasurer Wayne Swan
Sydney Morning Herald-- Crocodile tears flow for the rich kid who dropped his lolly bag
Brisbane Times-- PM keeps spending as Reserve lifts rates
Brisbane Times-- Bank of Queensland 'through the worst'
People's Daily on line-- China receives $7.9 bln FDI in September
People's Daily on line-- Big-name companies conceal pollution info
The Times of India-- Rupee gains 33 paise against dollar
The Times of India-- Stung Anil Ambani sees rivals' hand in audit report leak

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