Thursday, December 17, 2009

It's the economy (December 17, 2009)

Enbridge tooks for a greener agenda, Bernanke's back for another term and Smart is not necessarily better, some of the items of note for Wednesday.

Globe and Mail-- Honda scales back production at three plants
Globe and Mail-- Globalive lobbyists stay silent on winning tactics
Globe and Mail-- Alarm sounded over asset prices in emerging markets
National Post-- Enbridge to move further into green power
National Post-- The next bull market: farmland
National Post-- RIM shares leap as earnings beat Street
Vancouver Sun-- B.C. can expect robust gas sector growth in 2010: report
Vancouver Sun-- B.C. urged to slow green power development
New York Times-- Panel Backs Bernanke for Second Term
New York Times-- A Greek Bearing Promises
USA Today-- Home buyers are focusing on smaller homes
USA Today-- Surprise! Smart Fortwo among '10 Worst Cars of the Decade'
Guardian UK online-- Strikes hit Greece as debt crisis grows
Guardian UK online-- BA Christmas strike blocked by high court
Times Online UK-- Ireland overtakes UK to emerge from recession
Times Online UK-- Helping the young must be the priority
Telegraph UK online-- BA still faces financial hit despite escaping 12-day Christmas strike
Telegraph UK online-- Copenhagen: the growth question proselytising politicians want to duck
Telegraph UK online-- Pound tumbles against dollar on better US news
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Battellino's bombshell more of a smart bomb
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Way clear for AXA deal, says NAN chief
Brisbane Times-- Oops! But it seemed like a good idea at the time
Brisbane Times-- NAB triggers closer watch from ACCC
Sydney Daily Telegraph -- ASIC to appeal dismissal of One.Tel case
Sydney Daily Telegraph-- NAB crushes AMP's plan to become king of super with its surprise AXA Asia Pacific bid
People's Daily on line-- China as emerging market leads global economic recovery, says US expert
People's Daily on line-- Regulator cautions banks on bad loans
China Daily-- China pension fund to raise overseas investment cap
The Times of India-- Govt to import food items to check rising prices: Pranab Mukherjee
The Times of India-- 'India should cut red-tape’

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