Tuesday, December 29, 2009

It's the economy December 29, 2009

One of Canada's coldest provinces has its hottest economy, B is for books and bankruptcy and the stock market may be a gamble but the real money is at the betting sites, some of the items of note for Tuesday.

Globe and Mail-- Gold falls below $1,100 mark
Globe and Mail-- Corriente shares surge on Chinese bid
Globe and Mail-- Saskatchewan: A "Have" Province At Last
National Post-- Canada approves PetroChina takeover of Athabasca
National Post-- China potash deal to stabilize prices?
National Post-- Bookseller files for protection
New York Times-- Slight Rise in Home Prices Masks Signs of Weakness
New York Times-- Emerging Markets Keep Soaring Past Their Doubters
New York Times-- Iraq Signs Deal With European Oil Giants
USA Today-- Got a gift card? Now's a great time to start spending them
USA Today-- Moody's: November credit card payments slip
USA Today-- Rising optimism on jobs gives consumer confidence a boost
Guardian UK online-- Retail sales frenzy outstrips Christmas shopping rush
Guardian UK online-- Alistair Darling's Jobs Fund in chaos, say Tories
Guardian UK online-- British homeowners continue to trim mortgage debt
Times Online UK-- UK unemployment 'to peak at 2.8m next year'
Times Online UK-- How much longer will big business play the bad guy?
Times Online UK-- Homeowners pay back £4.9bn mortgage debt
Times Online UK-- Thousands to be saved from losing homes by closure of legal loophole
Telegraph UK online-- Monarch Airlines blasts 'irresponsible' Paddy Power for running book on carrier going bust
Telegraph UK online-- Another 250,000 jobs will be lost in Britain before summer 2010, says employment experts
Telegraph UK online-- UK homeowners pay down mortgage debt for sixth quarter
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Nufarm swaps Chinese for Japan bid
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Retailers cautious despite Boxing day sales
Brisbane Times-- Sumitomo to Nufarm rescue with tender offer
Brisbane Times-- Report ties Trio to $47m top-up of 'vanished' fund
Brisbane Times-- China ups its Rocklands bid
Brisbane Times-- The model is just over the horizon; in Japan
Sydney Daily Telegraph-- Bad week ahead expected for motorists
Sydney Daily Telegraph-- Rate rises may prompt mortgage holders to refinance
People's Daily on line-- China becomes world's biggest gold buyer in 2009
People's Daily on line-- Consumption becomes 2nd largest economic growth driver
China Daily-- CIC likely to invest in Rusal public float
China Daily-- Grain output to hit record
China Daily-- Work starts on Pudong C919 final assembly line
The Times of India-- Worst over for global aviation industry: Praful Patel
The Times of India-- NTPC inks deal with Bhutan
The Times of India-- Deregulate oil pricing, says IIM-A

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