Thursday, January 21, 2010

It's the economy (January 21, 2010)

Will American banks plan a Canadian exile?, your old newspapers may be Asia bound and the right wing wins the radio war, some of the items of note for Thursday.

Globe and Mail-- Obama unveils new regulations for U.S. banking sector
Globe and Mail-- Bay St. beckons as Wall St. fumes over Obama plan
Globe and Mail-- Economic revival sweeping Western Canada
National Post-- Carney warns on growth
National Post-- Wall Street reels over plan to rein in bank risk
National Post-- Oilsands come back to life with third project announcement
Vancouver Sun-- Supreme Court rules Red Chris mine can proceed in northwestern B.C.
Vancouver Sun-- Catalyst Paper indefinitely closes B.C. recycled newsprint plants
New York Times-- With Populist Stance, Obama Takes On Banks
New York Times-- Treasury Weighs Fixes to a Program to Fend Off Foreclosures
New York Times-- Fingers Still Pointing, NBC and O’Brien Reach a Deal
USA Today-- Air America Radio closing, filing for bankruptcy
USA Today-- Obama takes on banks and their 'obscene bonuses'
Guardian UK online-- Brown's election hopes boosted by think-tank's public finances forecast
Guardian UK online-- UK considers Obama-style banking revolution
Guardian UK online-- Paul Volcker: US economist advising presidents from Nixon to Obama
Times Online UK-- A road to Damascus, or a blind alley?
Times Online UK-- China's economic growth soars by 10.7 per cent
Telegraph UK online-- Barack Obama wages war on Wall Street 'excess'
Telegraph UK online-- China's economic rebound sparks price worries for the country's food shoppers
Telegraph UK online-- One in five adults in Britain not working
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Booming China inflation fear
Melbourne Herald Sun-- China Steel bid to erase debt
Brisbane Times-- Macbank still mugging MIG
Brisbane Times-- Inflation danger signs
Sydney Daily Telegraph-- Chinese economy to be world's largest by 2020
Sydney Daily Telegraph-- Former Firepower CEO says claims bikies abducted him are 'ridiculous'
People's Daily on line-- China to speed up elimination of outdated production capacity
People's Daily on line-- China's economy hits annual target, but concerns linger
China Daily-- Economic cooperation tops Austrian president's China tour agenda
China Daily-- Profits of China's top aircraft maker up 14% last year
China Daily-- China's consumer inflation up 1.9% in December 2009
Times of India-- Food inflation eases to 16.81%
Times of India-- Retailers plan R-day discounts to boost sales

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