Thursday, October 22, 2009

It's the economy (October 22, 2009)

The Aussies Rogues Gallery of Business, CMHC's bubbling financials , and Apple it's Nokia on the phone and they're not very happy, some of the items of note for Wednesday.

Globe and Mail-- Central bank monitors housing rise
Globe and Mail-- Ontario falls deep into the red
Globe and Mail-- Potash Corp. profit sinks 80 per cent
National Post-- CMHC bubble is 100% made in Canada
National Post-- Consumers at heart of recovery, Carney says
National Post-- Finally -- Chinese consumers look hungry
New York Times-- Scottish City Prepares for Life Beyond Oil
New York Times-- In Banking, Bigger Is Not Better
Times online UK-- Postal workers promise fresh misery with new strike
Times online UK-- McDonald's defies the downturn with bulging profits
Guardian online UK-- Nokia sues Apple over alleged breach of patent
Guardian online UK-- FSA: Force banks to hold more capital
Telegraph UK online-- The sun slowly sets on the West's oil men
Telegraph UK online-- 'The gold price is too high now. No one wants to buy'
Victoria Herald Sun-- Centro not in Capone's league
Victoria Herald Sun-- Don't shut Aussies out of home investments, warns BHP-Billiton chief
Brisbane Times-- Company chiefs face bans, fines
Brisbane Times-- China warns of inflation threat to recovery
People's Daily on line-- China's GDP growth accelerates to 8.9 pct in Q3
People's Daily on line-- China has no inflation problem but worries about inflation expectations: official
The Times of India-- Bird company shareowners hit jackpot
The Times of India-- China gives unclear signals on next stimulus package

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