Sunday, November 22, 2009

It's the economy (Weekend edition Nov 21-22)

In the NFL index all is good in America, a new beat cop for Wall street and Aussie workers seek some sun at the boss' expense, some of the items of note for Saturday and Sunday.

Globe and Mail-- Canadian banks to cap 2009 with decent quarter
Globe and Mail-- Porter: the little airline that could
Globe and Mail-- Ciena raises bid for some Nortel assets: sources
National Post-- Goldman gambit won't work
National Post-- Pricey inflation protection
National Post-- The state of consumption
New York Times-- Revisiting a Fed Waltz With A.I.G.
New York Times-- Advice From Grandma
New York Times-- An American Catastrophe
USA Today-- CFTC chief Gary Gensler is out to police financial Wild West
USA Today-- U.S. airline industry once again goes under scrutiny
Guardian UK online-- Growing number of US homeowners are at risk of losing their property
Guardian UK online-- Property market hasn't collapsed because banks can't face the truth
Times Online UK-- Obama’s feeble dollar sparks a new goldrush
Times Online UK-- Ministers and bank divided as Japan faces return to deflation
Telegraph UK online-- Greece tests the limit of sovereign debt as it grinds towards slump
Telegraph UK online-- The high street is surprisingly defying the gloomsters, but for how long?
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Parity still in sight
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Pluto dogged by blowout
Brisbane Times-- Fed officials step up asset bubble-watch
Brisbane Times-- Taxman needs a better handle on how we behave
Sydney Morning Herald-- Sharemarket rally based on recovery that is not yet assured
Sydney Daily Telegraph-- OECD predicts faster recovery for Australia
Sydney Daily Telegraph-- Workers 'chuck a sickie' to enjoy a day in the sun
People's Daily on line-- China needs national plan to boost consumption: expert
People's Daily on line-- China is dynamo of world economy: ECLAC
China Daily-- China reaffirms efforts to revive world economy
China Daily-- Trading companies' creativity needed towards recovery
The Times of India-- Life insurance industry to grow 15 per cent this fiscal
The Times of India-- Canada introduces express business visas for Indians

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