Friday, November 27, 2009

It's the economy (November 27, 2009)

A Dubain debacle, bargains worth a fist fight over, and hiding the news over a holiday doesn't work anymore, some of the items of note for Friday.

Globe and Mail-- A world awash in debt
Globe and Mail-- Dubai's debt a wild card
Globe and Mail-- GM Canada dealers sue to stay open
National Post-- Flaherty sees little impact in Canada over Dubai
National Post-- Rates can stay low through 2015: David Dodge
National Post-- Rail strike would hurt Canada farmers, exporters
New York Times-- Taxing the Speculators
New York Times-- Dubai Crisis Jolts Markets, but Early Fears Ease
USA Today-- Stocks slide on concerns about Dubai debt fallout
USA Today-- Scuffling customers close California Wal-Mart on Black Friday
Guardian UK online-- British banks quizzed by regulators on exposure to Dubai crisis
Guardian UK online-- Sober ruler of Dubai whose vision is crumbling in the face of the storm
Times Online UK-- Dubai in deep water as ripples from debt crisis spread
Times Online UK-- West fears fire sale of Dubai assets that will spread across world
Times Online UK-- Dubai finds Eid not such a good day to bury bad news about Nakheel
Telegraph UK online-- Dubai is just a harbinger of things to come for sovereign debt
Telegraph UK online-- Why we must consider Dubai's 'careful planning' a work of pure genius
Telegraph UK online-- Dubai in crisis: the questions and answers
The Independent UK-- Dubai crisis will prompt investors to look critically at sovereign debt
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Dubai concerns weigh on Australian share market
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Commonwealth Bank won't comment on Dubai exposure
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Chinese growth to continue, says BHP Billiton
Melbourne Heradld Sun-- The who, what and where of Dubai
Brisbane Times-- Dubai debt doubts spook markets
Brisbane Times-- Hungry China to take its Indophil
Brisbane Times-- Roundtable: It’s not over till it’s over
Sydney Daily Telegraph-- Dubai debt decision 'serious misjudgement': FT
Sydney Daily Telegraph-- Jobs market tough for returning expats
People's Daily on line-- Cheng Siwei: China's monetary policy should not be "too loose" in 2010
People's Daily on line-- Resource tax hike likely
China Daily-- China: No holding of Dubai World bonds
China Daily-- Beijing has 'more room' for cars
The Times of India-- Indian banks say Dubai crisis unlikely to affect them
The Times of India-- No impact of Dubai crisis on Indian realty market: Developers

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