Friday, October 09, 2009

It's the economy (October 9, 2009)

The first casualty of the recession is a soda? Hummer gets closer to Chinese ownership and the PM warns that we're not out of the economic woods just yet, some of the items of note for Friday.

Globe and Mail-- Canadian trade deficit hits record
Globe and Mail-- Global oil demand to rise amid recovery
Globe and Mail-- Jobless rate bounces back
Globe and Mail-- GM signs deal to sell Hummer
National Post-- Economy not out of woods yet, Harper warns
National Post-- Business insolvencies lowest in 20 years
National Post-- Credit has stabilized, companies tell Bank of Canada
National Post-- Harper says Canada to ensure U.S. Steel meets obligations
New York Times-- The Uneducated American
New York Times-- Weak Pepsi Sales in U.S. Faulted for Revenue Slide
Times online UK-- Energy bills could rise by up to 60% without huge investment, regulator warns
Times online UK-- Verdict looms on whether Lloyds can launch £11bn rights to escape the APS
Times online UK-- Britain snatches the financial crown from the US
Telegraph online UK-- Utility firms must raise £200bn to fund green revolution
Telegraph online UK-- Germany seeks to end row over Opel and Vauxhall deal
Telegraph online UK-- Markets end week on a high as Ben Bernanke moves to reassure
Telegraph online UK-- Bear Stearns trader thought funds could "blow up"
Guardian online UK-- Ellesmere Port: if politics is the driving force, efficiency alone may not save jobs
Guardian online UK-- Energy firms must invest £200bn to meet UK targets, says regulator
The Scotsman-- Analysts split on QE as bank freezes interest rates again
Sydney Morning Herald-- Stimulus cut could cost 100,000 jobs: Henry
Sydney Morning Herald-- Is it revealing when just a few understand?
Sydney Morning Herald-- Banks fail the ethics test
People's Daily on line-- SCO to seek sound development amid financial crisis: senior Chinese diplomat
People's Daily on line-- Japan aims to substantialize ties with China: Japanese PM
The Times of India-- Post-bonus, Mukesh Ambani puts stock in society
The Times of India-- Pranab for deepening markets to withstand global shocks

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