Tuesday, December 22, 2009

It's the economy (December 22, 2009)

A not so holly, jolly Christmas for Iceland, Canadian worries over US debt load, and He knew when to hold them and when to fold them, some of the items of note for Monday.

Globe and Mail-- Factories drive rebound in Canadian jobs growth
Globe and Mail-- Bonds point to hot recovery, but few believe it
Globe and Mail-- ‘Red' Christmas a symbol in Iceland
National Post-- Go West, Buffett tells investors
National Post-- Financial crisis not over, taxpayers exposed to huge liabilities
National Post-- U.S. debt 'serious' concern for Canada, Flaherty warns
Vancouver Sun-- BC Hydro’s $825-million deal with Teck Resources wins over industry
Vancouver Sun-- Steve Nash’s Fitness World purchase a ‘brand-line extension’
New York Times-- Not a Joke: Darth Vader Rings the N.Y.S.E. Bell
New York Times-- The Protocol Society
USA Today-- Economic rebound is weaker; GDP revised down
USA Today-- Jingle, jingle all the way for Wall Street
Guardian UK online-- UK recession longest and deepest since war, says ONS
Guardian UK online-- Former Goldman Sachs junk bond dealer earns $2.5bn in bet on US banks
Times Online UK-- Darling's Christmas turkey
Times Online UK-- Our incomes will be indisposed in 2010
Telegraph UK online-- Opec leaves oil output targets unchanged
Telegraph UK online-- Could bank charges be good for customers?
Telegraph UK online-- Banks should regulate themselves and treat their customers fairly
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Italian debt risk for NAB
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Keep ETS on hold, say employers
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Banks relaxed on loan loss potential
Brisbane Times-- Noughty boys on trading floor led us into debt-laden fantasy
Brisbane Times-- Dubai World fails to reassure investors
Sydney Daily Telegraph-- Reintroduction of ETS laws a mistake - business
Sydney Daily Telegraph-- Twitter profits as Microsoft, Google buy rights to search tweets
People's Daily on line-- Mainland, Taiwan negotiators to discuss economic pact in next talks
People's Daily on line-- MIIT: six industries the priority next year
China Daily-- Monetary policy should consider resource price reforms
China Daily-- Long-term export slowdown to spur greener Chinese
The Times of India-- Food prices may start softening from January: Montek
The Times of India-- India Inc raises over Rs 150,000cr in 2009

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