Monday, November 09, 2009

It's the economy (November 9, 2009)

Rolling the dice with the G20, just when you thought it was safe to read the business pages again and the Europeans have some issues with China, some of the items of note for Monday.

Globe and Mail-- U.S. dollar sags on global financial leaders' omission
Globe and Mail-- Fears of flu a cash cow for makers of sanitizers
Globe and Mail-- Canadian Tire lays shopper Bob to rest
National Post-- And now for the G20's next trick …
National Post-- G20’s greatest ever roll of the economic dice
National Post-- China may pass on IMF gold
Vancouver Sun-- Vancouver's Electronic Arts to cut 1,500 jobs
Vancouver Sun-- B.C.'s top 100 companies: All that glitters is gold
New York Times-- A Squeeze on Customers Ahead of New Rules
New York Times-- Obama Says He Will Raise Yuan Issue With China
New York Times-- Paranoia Strikes Deep
USA Today-- Banks say companies are reluctant to borrow
USA Today-- Chrysler drops three electric vehicles despite having touted them to get billions in government bailout cash
Guardian UK online-- Key oil figures were distorted by US pressure, says whistleblower
Guardian UK online-- Small businesses call for more bank lending to help recovery
Times Online UK-- Brace yourselves for Credit Crunch II
Times Online UK-- Flawed theories that have brought disastrous results
Telegraph UK online-- Utilities given the nuclear go-ahead as coal falters
Telegraph UK online-- Europe's industry slams China over currency
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Banks lead share Australian market higher
Melbourne Herald Sun-- 'Certainty' comes at high price
Brisbane Times-- AXA leaves door open for higher AMP bid
Brisbane Times-- Rio investors: It's mine... for now
Sydney Morning Herald-- Job ads dip as economy remains 'soft'
Sydney Morning Herald-- 'Envy of the world' - Stokes praises stimulus
Sydney Morning Herald-- China lays on charm for Bishop's Beijing odyssey
Sydney Daily Telegraph-- Fall in ANZ job ads figures shows economy is still 'vulnerable'
People's Daily on line-- Mainland delegation starts Taiwan tour for exchange, cooperation
People's Daily on line-- China-Africa cooperation defies hard times
The Times of India-- Tata Motors to shut down Pune plant for 3days
The Times of India-- Stimulus to be wound down in 2010: PM

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