Tuesday, November 24, 2009

It's the economy (November 24, 2009)

CN's labour troubles percolate, the FDIC could use a loan, and details of the emergency loan for British banks, some of the items of note for Tuesday.

Globe and Mail-- Troubled loans, shrinking credit endanger U.S. recovery
Globe and Mail-- BMO paints a rosy picture for banking
Globe and Mail-- Numbers on EI swell
National Post-- Toronto office vacancies may top Boston, NY
National Post-- CN work stoppage looms after talks hit impasse
National Post-- Canada a fraud nation?
New York Times-- Facebook Will Form 2 Classes of Stock
New York Times-- As Bank Failures Rise, F.D.I.C. Fund Falls Into Red
New York Times-- U.S. Looks to Australia on Credit Card Fees
USA Today-- FDIC reports biggest drop for business loans on record
USA Today-- Playboy to outsource business functions
Guardian UK online-- Bank of England reveals secret £62bn loans used to prop up RBS and HBOS
Guardian UK online-- Gamekeeper turned vulture
Times Online UK-- New fall in business investment fuels worry
Times Online UK-- Japan flirts with disaster as debt deepens
Telegraph UK online-- We've paid the price to avoid chaos and we must learn from our mistakes Telegraph UK online-- Bank of England tells of secret £62bn loan to save RBS and HBOS
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Rio may move on Iron Ore Holdings
Melbourne Herald Sun-- OECD area shakes off recession with fragile rebound
Brisbane Times-- Australian banks fail new capital test
Brisbane Times-- The man who wanted to be chairman of BHP
Brisbane Times-- Church at loss as GFC delivers judgment
Sydney Daily Telegraph-- All care, no responsibility in Storm blame game
People's Daily on line-- Consumption stimulus to extend into 2010
People's Daily on line-- Comprehensive, high quality FTA in interests of China and Australia: minister
China Daily-- China to wipe out unlicensed video websites: official
China Daily-- Greater efforts urged against commercial bribery
The Times of India-- Hybrid car prices may dip as govt mulls duty cut
The Times of India-- Power items from China face duty

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