Wednesday, November 11, 2009

It's the Economy (November 11, 2009)

Stop the presses, advertisers are shifting to the digital options, the world is running out of gold? And echoes of a Canadian debate as India moves towards a GST, some of the items of note for Tuesday.

Globe and Mail-- Canadian dollar edging toward parity?
Globe and Mail-- Interac girds for battle with Visa, MasterCard
Globe and Mail-- Is stimulus money going to right regions?
Globe and Mail-- Bubble warning sounded for Asia
National Post-- More employers rethink retirement plans
National Post-- Advertisers shifting their dollars to digital
National Post-- Obama tops Forbes' list of world's most powerful people
New York Times-- Switzerland Limits Bank Compensation, but Not Too Harshly
New York Times-- Virtuous Bankers? Really!?!
New York Times-- Trucks, Trains and Trees
USA Today-- Job openings remain close to record lows
USA Today-- Wal-Mart to keep stores open 24 hours to ease Black Friday
Guardian UK online-- Jobless numbers show smallest rise since spring 2008
Guardian UK online-- Make banks pay for crash, says TUC
Times Online UK-- Watchdog warns of $500bn annual cost of delaying action on climate change
Times Online UK-- Gordon Brown accused over one in five young out of work
Times Online UK-- China delivers hint on currency rise before Obama arrives in Beijing
Telegraph UK online-- Barrick shuts hedge book as world gold supply runs out
Telegraph UK online-- Bank of England's Mervyn King says UK only just started on recovery road
Telegraph UK online-- Has the economic weather turned? We await the Chancellor's forecast
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Steady as she goes, says CBA
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Commercial finance rises sharply
Brisbane Times-- Which retailers will make it through the festive season?
Brisbane Times-- Asian shares buoyed by Chinese data
Sydney Morning Herald-- Consumer confidence dented by RBA
Sydney Morning Herald-- Dollar trapped in tight trading range
Sydney Morning Herald-- Gunns says pulp mill prospects improve
People's Daily on line-- WB chief says China's yuan can be alternative reserve currency in 15 years
People's Daily on line-- China's CPI falls 0.5% in October, PPI down 5.8%
The Times of India-- Bajaj fails to get its name on low-cost car
The Times of India-- Differences set to delay GST rollout

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