Thursday, December 03, 2009

It's the economy (December 3, 2009)

There's no business like the bank business, Mr. Obama's cupboard is getting bare and costly Aussie coffee, some of the items of note for Thursday.

Globe and Mail-- A year of Canadian job losses
Globe and Mail-- Business tip on China: Make it personal
Globe and Mail-- Bank profits back on the fast track
National Post-- Housing sales across Canada are set to reach new highs
National Post-- Chinese institutions poised to spend more offshore
National Post-- Alberta losing ground as best place to invest: study
Vancouver Sun-- 25-per-cent boom in China tourists to B.C. expected after approved destination status okayed
New York Times-- Obama Tackles Jobless Woes, but Warns of Limited Funds
New York Times-- Bernanke Says Fed ‘Should Have Done More’
USA Today-- Obama: Don't expect additional stimulus spending from feds
USA Today-- Senator moves to block Bernanke's confirmation as Fed chairman
Guardian UK online-- Dubai: business as usual
Guardian UK online-- Bankers told: join the real world on pay
Times Online UK-- Economists reject Treasury forecasts
Times Online UK-- New business boosts UK's economic 'engine room'
Telegraph UK online-- Bailing out the banks cost £5,500 per family
Telegraph UK online-- Dubai assets could be 'untouchable', lawyers warn embattled bondholders Telegraph UK online-- Brunt of Britain's pain to be felt in 2011, economists say
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Lawyers lapping it up
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Gary Morgan's steeled for action
Brisbane Times-- Hell may freeze over before property funds get real about the liquidity crunch
Sydney Daily Telegraph-- Coffee lovers forking out $12 a cup for trendy brews
People's Daily on line-- Goldman: China, emerging economies to lure funds for 20 years
People's Daily on line-- Bubble fear grows after Dubai crisis
China Daily-- Chinese official warns of overcapacity amid industry recovery
China Daily-- UN report projects China economy to grow 8.8%
The Times of India-- Financials not bad as reported: Mahindra Satyam
The Times of India-- World Bank expected to triple lending to India

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