Friday, November 13, 2009

It's the economy (November 13, 2009)

The Networks are mad as hell and not going to take it anymore,Forbes includes a drug lord on their list of powerful people and the BBC Has some bad news for Prime Minister Brown, they make more money than he does, some of the items of note for Friday.

Globe and Mail-- Dollar parity imminent, Royal Bank says
Globe and Mail-- Suncor budgets $5.5-billion for spending
Globe and Mail-- The battle over local TV
Globe and Mail-- As dollar tumbles, America is up for grabs
National Post-- Europe comes to Canada's rescue
National Post-- Jazz being encouraged to spread its wings
National Post-- Caisse de depot announces major refinancing plan
New York Times-- Obama Walks a Delicate Tightrope on His 1st Trip as President to China
New York Times-- Job Losses Mount, Enduring and Deep
New York Times-- Free to Lose
USA Today-- Trade deficit widens as oil prices rise
USA Today-- Mexico angered by drug lord's spot on Forbes list
Guardian UK online-- Growing European economies leave Britain lagging
Guardian UK online-- Union greets BA-Iberia merger with tough talk on Christmas strike
Times Online UK-- Kenmore Property collapse leaves Lloyds with a £700m hangover
Times Online UK-- 37 BBC staff earn more than the Prime Minister
Times Online UK-- China attacks protectionism on eve of Obama visit
Telegraph UK online-- Europe's recession officially ends as Britain lags behind
Telegraph UK online-- Currency devaluation is no magic bullet
Telegraph UK online-- Hedge funds stunned by EU clampdown on bonuses
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Profit-takers drag Australian share market down
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Behind TPG's closed doors
Brisbane Times-- Preparing to crank up cranes
Brisbane Times-- Learning from the Great Depression
Sydney Telegraph-- Qantas says industrial action won't ground planes
People's Daily on line-- China not to let yuan gain in short term: experts
People's Daily on line-- China still in favor with foreign investors despite crisis effect
The Times of India-- Gold tumbles from historic highs, silver also slips
The Times of India-- Sugar prices up 19% since October on delay in cane crushing

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