Wednesday, October 21, 2009

It's the economy (October 21, 2009)

Of Vampires, cockroaches and bankders, necessary deficits for now and the mail won't go through, or will it in England ,some of the items of note for Wednesday.

Globe and Mail-- Stephen Harper sees ‘budding recovery'
Globe and Mail-- Lower oil price hits Husky profit
Globe and Mail-- Pay cuts forced on bailed-out firms
National Post-- Harper says deficits necessary for now
National Post-- Oil rises nearly 3% on U.S. inventory data, equities
National Post-- Outlook expected to overshadow Potash Corp results Thursday
New York Times-- The New Untouchables
New York Times-- Is Japan on the fiscal brink?
Times online UK-- Peter Mandelson sabotaged peace talks, says post union
Guardian online UK-- City bonuses will soar to £6bn, says thinktank
Guardian online UK-- Bank voted to leave interest rates and quantitative easing unchanged
Telegraph UK online-- Further postal strikes after this week, union confirms
Telegraph UK online-- Is Labour setting us up for the next crisis? King thinks so
Victoria Herald Sun-- Millions may be spared filling out tax return
Victoria Herald Sun-- BHP's record iron ore and oil output
Brisbane Times-- Rate rises 'will balance housing market'
Brisbane Times-- Canada firm gets nod for WA uranium mine
Sydney Morning Herald-- IMF cautions Asia against ending stimulus
Sydney Morning Herald-- Is it a bank? Or is it a giant vampire squid wrapped around the face of humanity?
People's Daily on line-- Chinese VP's Europe tour of great significance: senior diplomat
People's Daily on line-- Trade fair sends strong signal of export upturn
The Times of India-- MPs’ panel picks holes in AI’s cost-cutting plan
The Times of India-- There is no difference between the Centre and RIL: RNRL

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