Monday, January 11, 2010

It's the economy (January 11, 2009)

England's cold long winter will seem a little colder today, an American recessions looks like something of the past and China is set to take its place at number one, some of the items of note for the weekend.

Globe and Mail-- China drives Asian traders to buy greenback
Globe and Mail-- What Hugo Chavez gets from devaluation
Globe and Mail-- Why David Rosenberg calls it a 'Houdini' stock market
National Post-- BoC sees no housing bubble yet
National Post-- Ford rises from its rivals' ashes
National Post-- Stop the music! CARP speaks
National Post-- TSX set for steep plunge after 2010 rally: top analyst
New York Times-- Obama Weighs Fee to Recoup Bank Bailout and Cut Deficit
New York Times-- Learning From Europe
New York Times-- Smaller Loss for Alcoa as Revenue Fell
USA Today-- Wal-Mart to close 10 Sam's Clubs stores in U.S.
USA Today-- GM may reopen some factories; Chrysler looking for workers
USA Today-- Surprise! Lancia shows up in Detroit auto show wearing Chrysler badge
Guardian UK online-- National Grid appeals for more gas as imports fail to arrive
Guardian UK online-- US car industry rises from the ashes with debut of 'world car' at Detroit
Guardian UK online-- Forever blowing bubbles
Times Online UK-- Disappointment ahead for UK — and big test for euro
Times Online UK-- Measuring the impact of the labour market on rates
Times Online UK-- Britain on gas alert as extreme cold freezes Norway’s undersea pipelines
Telegraph UK online-- America slides deeper into depression as Wall Street revels
Telegraph UK online-- The time's right for the bold to enter banking
Telegraph UK online-- Is a cashless society on the cards?
Melbourne Herald Sun-- China ready to fire up again
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Nomad affluence goes walkabout
Brisbane Times-- NSW still the dunce in the economy class
Brisbane Times-- Job ads boom but it's not all good news
Brisbane Times-- Change of sentiment generates 30% return for Mirrabooka
Sydney Daily Telegraph-- WA nation's best-performing state, economist says
Sydney Daily Telegraph-- Surge in job ads as economy improves
People's Daily on line-- China to consolidate economic growth tempo: Cuban expert
People's Daily on line-- China likely to spend full amount of stimulus
China Daily-- New Zealand cabinet ministers lead six delegations to China this year
China Daily-- Three Gorges' underground power station to start operation in '11
China Daily-- China poised to seize world's export crown
Times of India-- Graduates line up to be coolies
Times of India-- China systematically killing Indian manufacturing: L&T
Times of India-- NTPC in dock for delaying imports of coal

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