Friday, October 30, 2009

It's the economy (October 30, 2009)

The slowing dollar is well received in Ottawa, A spooky day for the stock markets, and the UK fears for its direction, some of the items of note for Friday.

Globe and Mail-- The close: Let down by October
Globe and Mail-- Domtar scores big ‘black liquor' tax credit
Globe and Mail-- Why world's post offices are ailing
National Post-- TSX hit hard by disappointing economic news
National Post-- Ottawa sighs relief as loonie rise pauses
National Post-- National Post will be transferred to Canwest's publishing arm
New York Times-- Stocks Tumble on Consumer Weakness; Dow Down 2.5%
New York Times-- China Opens Nasdaq-like Exchange in Shenzhen
USA Today-- White House: 650K jobs saved in new stimulus report
USA Today-- Stocks plunge as worries mount about recovery
Guardian online UK-- Unite threatens British Airways with legal action over new contracts
Guardian online UK-- RBS must sell insurance arm as price of government aid
Times on line UK-- Out of recession, but US is not out of the woods yet
Times on line UK-- More trouble ahead for mortgage market
Times on line UK-- Engine room of world economy returns to growth as American GDP rise tops forecasts
Telegraph UK online-- BP fined record $87m for 'life-threatening' safety failings
Telegraph UK online-- This recession means we are sliding towards the developing nations
Telegraph UK online-- Recovery fears return to haunt markets on eve of Hallowe'en
Telegraph UK online-- Postal strikes: union announces two all-out strikes despite talks progress
Brisbane Times-- Growth slow but sure, says Tatts
Brisbane Times-- No relief for first-time buyers as house prices to keep rising
Victoria Herald Sun-- China granted slice of Aquila
Victoria Herald Sun-- BHP signals more major projects
People's Daily on line-- Watchdog warns banks on rising liquidity risk
People's Daily on line-- All stocks trigger suspensions on China's Nasdaq-style board under price-rise rules on first day
The Times of India-- 'Exiting stimulus after growth review in Q2, Q3'
The Times of India-- India recovery hinges on rich economies: Pranab

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