Wednesday, November 25, 2009

It's the economy (November 25, 2009)

The Russians are coming, the Russians are coming, defending a secret 62 billion dollar loan in England , and the land of the knock off gets some knock down furniture, some of the items of note for Wednesday.

Globe and Mail-- Canadian dollar up on Russia move
Globe and Mail-- Housing affordability slides
Globe and Mail-- Why the U.S., China are about to get divorced
National Post-- Retail situation 'like a car wreck'
National Post-- Great Recession will weigh on Canada for years: Safarian
National Post-- Gold hits US$1,190 as more central banks buy
New York Times-- Dubai Fund Asks for Stay on Debt Payments
New York Times-- Retailers Extend Deals Beyond Black Friday
New York Times-- Businesses in U.S. Brace for New Rules on Emissions
USA Today-- In a mixed bag of economic news, jobless claims fall
USA Today-- GM working with the blind to give electric cars a little noise
Guardian UK online-- Banks forced to reveal numbers of millionaire staff
Guardian UK online-- What was really behind last year's market crash?
Times Online UK-- Darling defends secret £62bn emergency loan
Times Online UK-- Treasury rift with Bank deepens over secret loan
Telegraph UK online-- Inequality in Britain is of developing world level
Telegraph UK online-- Dubai recovery hopes hit by debt 'standstill' call
Telegraph UK online-- Bundesbank fears relapse as German banks face €90bn fresh losses
The Independent UK-- This bank error is not in your favour
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Drought continues to hit grain
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Housing crisis the cost of affluence as the resources boom accelerates
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Rate rise will spoil Xmas, says Lew
Brisbane Times-- Fund to maintain tax-haven investments
Brisbane Times-- House prices to rise further but they're worth it, says RBA
Brisbane Times-- How to survive depression, hyperinflation, war, pandemic
Sydney Daily Telegraph-- Growth will continue for years - RBA
Sydney Daily Telegraph-- Activists attack BHP's 'ugly side'
People's Daily on line-- Gas shortage lingers in cities
People's Daily on line-- China denies to release rural land to curb soaring housing prices
China Daily-- IKEA to launch two shopping centers in China
China Daily-- China calls for promoting global service trade
The Times of India-- High gold prices dampen wedding demand
The Times of India-- Hyundai faces labour unrest in Chennai

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