Tuesday, October 06, 2009

It's the economy (October 6, 2009)

Canwest Global's sunset days? A trio of doom call for a correction and the Finance Minister gets his props, some of the items of note for Tuesday.

Globe and Mail-- Air Canada to sell up to $300-million in shares
Globe and Mail-- How the Asper dream crumbled
Globe and Mail-- Will iPhone saturation lower its price for Canadian consumers?
Globe and Mail-- Magazine names Flaherty top finance chief
National Post-- Loonie soars to year-high
National Post-- Canwest's holding company granted protection
National Post-- Ireland pays price for fixed exchange rate
National Post-- Irrational expectations
New York Times-- Stocks and Gold Gain as Investors Shun the Dollar
New York Times-- Canadian Media Conglomerate Files Bankruptcy
New York Times-- Answering Your Questions on the Economy
Times online UK-- Benefit Politics
Times online UK-- The market crashed – but is the next commercial property bubble building?
Times online UK-- Unemployment looms large on the horizon
Telegraph online UK-- Fears rise of BA dispute as airline announces 1,700 job cuts
Telegraph online UK-- Willie Walsh chooses his moment to establish who really runs BA
Telegraph online UK-- Conservatives threaten punitive taxes if banks refuse to curb bonuses
Telegraph online UK-- China calls time on dollar hegemony
Telegraph online UK-- Global markets rally is 'too much, too fast'
Guardian online UK-- Gold prices at record amid reports of dollar's demise
Guardian online UK-- US federal trade commission tightens rules on bloggers' profits
The Scotsman-- UK 'on the road to recovery' after services-sector boost
The Scotsman-- Walsh: Scotland needs Heathrow to have third runway
Sydney Morning Herald-- RBA sounds the all-clear
Sydney Morning Herald-- Rates rise but no one should be surprised
Sydney Morning Herald-- Reserve's chef has own recipes
People's Daily on line-- China's domestic firms raise $113.8 bln by overseas listing
People's Daily on line-- G7's RMB complex -- Let's call it quits!
The Times of India-- Rupee at four-month high against dollar
The Times of India-- ‘Manpower shortage may hit road projects’

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