Monday, November 16, 2009

It's the economy (October 16, 2009)

In Canada's Television war, the only losers will be the customers, The Britney barometer, and the Obama visit is good for business in China, some of the items of note for Monday.

Globe and Mail-- CRTC blasts both sides in TV dispute
Globe and Mail-- Canada's housing rebound sparks fear of bubble
Globe and Mail-- Rich, and bored with bonds? Buy into a bridge
National Post-- Rapid rebound fuels fears of housing bubble
National Post-- Bernanke issues rare greenback warning
National Post-- Rogers says customers will ‘bear brunt’ of any television fee
Vancouver Sun-- B.C. leads the nation in record residential home sales
New York Times-- G.M. Shows Signs of Recovery Despite New Loss
New York Times-- Continuing Unemployment Is Predicted by Fed Chief
New York Times-- What the Future May Hold
USA Today-- Could the pop-culture mood mirror stock market swings?
USA Today-- China slams U.S. Federal Reserve's low interest rates
Guardian UK online-- Royal Navy aircraft carrier may be sold to India
Guardian UK online-- FSA ready to show teeth on pay
Times Online UK-- Dairy farmers should milk their prospects
Times Online UK-- Labour taxes must be reduced to help to create jobs
Telegraph UK online-- GM to start repaying $52bn state loans five years early
Telegraph UK online-- China turns to Adam Smith
Brisbane Times-- Too early for Victory over Recession Day
Brisbane Times-- Tax Office pursues hobo investors who take the cream but never pay their dues
Sydney Morning Herald-- Ombudsman recovers $32m for underpaid workers
People's Daily on line-- China's contribution to world's economic growth to exceed 20%
People's Daily on line-- Nation to build its buying power: Hu
China Daily-- APEC leaders reject 'growth as usual'
China Daily-- Obama brings fortune to some in city
The Times of India-- Banks should cut lending rates by 2%: Assocham
The Times of India-- 'Naxals threat to India's eco power'

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