Tuesday, October 27, 2009

It's the economy (October 27, 2009)

Dr. Doom sees more financial bubbles, Christmas parties are in some trouble and for the Potash Corporation the sharks may be circling, some of the items of note for Monday.

Globe and Mail-- Potash Corp.: It's all about a takeover
Globe and Mail-- Jim Flaherty unveils pension reform
Globe and Mail-- Office holiday parties to be reduced, scaled down
National Post-- Flaherty introduces proposed pension changes
National Post-- Loonie intervention 'not to be taken lightly'
National Post-- Roubini warns of another financial crisis
New York Times-- Small Indian Maker of Electric Cars Looks to Upsize
New York Times-- U.S. Home Prices Continue to Stabilize
Guardian online UK-- Pre-budget report predicted to hit rich and banks
Guardian online UK-- Retail optimism on the rise, CBI says
Times on line-- Leak forces Russia to scrap gold sale
Times on line-- Retail sales grow at fastest rate since slump
Times on line-- Barratt frets over Royal Mail strikes
Telegraph UK online-- BP shares jump as oil company doubles cost cuts to $4bn
Telegraph UK online-- McDonald's flight shows Iceland's policy works
Telegrpah UK online-- The coming government debt famine?
Brisbane Times-- Industrial sector likely to face big shortage
Brisbane Times-- Australian super worst in OECD
Victoria Herald Sun-- Wall Street's haves and have nots
Victoria Herald Sun-- Business confidence at 7 year high
People's Daily on line-- Premier Wen delivers strong message for East Asian cooperation
People's Daily on line-- China locked into financial policy
The Times of India-- India slips to 114th place in global gender gap ranking: WEF
The Times of India-- GDP likely to grow by 6.5-6.75%: FM

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