Monday, November 30, 2009

It's the economy Weekend Edition (November 28/29)

The Gov't prepares a back to work order, the price of fame is deprecating and going for the gold, the real gold, some of the items of note from the weekend .

Globe and Mail-- Back-to-work law in the works for striking CN Rail engineers
Globe and Mail-- Dubai's 'big pyramid scheme' grounded by debt load
Globe and Mail-- TD Bank's U.S. real estate exposure higher than thought, report says
National Post-- CN rejects offer from striking engineers for partial arbitration
New York Times-- Dubai World Refused Distress - Asset Sale - Report
New York Times-- Bernanke Warns of Risks in Push to Revamp Fed
USA Today-- Unemployed U.S.-born workers seek day-labor jobs
USA Today-- Bears see market correction; bulls expect more rallying
Guardian UK online-- Carbon trading could be worth twice that of oil in next decade
Guardian UK online-- Megastars lose glitter for paparazzi
Times Online UK-- Alistair Darling to nurture ‘fragile’ recovery in pre-budget report
Times Online UK-- Banking’s fragility is exposed
Times Online UK-- Don't expect much blood from Alistair Darling's pre-budget report axe
Telegraph UK online-- Benign neglect may turn the dollar from a safe haven to a dangerous place to be
Telegraph UK online-- Dubai: an emerging market wake-up call
Telegraph UK online-- Gold acquires new investment aura
The Independent UK-- No one should feel sorry for the Dubai speculators
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Pressure mounting for Sheik
Sydney Daily Telegraph-- RBA likely to make history with rates rise
People's Daily on line-- China strives for faster retail growth
People's Daily on line-- China to keep macroeconomic policy stance in 2010 with flexibility
China Daily-- No change in fiscal, monetary policies
The Times of India-- Dubai storm: Realty IPOs to feel the heat
The Times of India-- BHEL not to go ahead with Singur project

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