Thursday, February 25, 2010

It's the economy (Thursday, February 25, 2010)

When the going gets tough, the folks ask Canada, Wall Street rocks the house and Greece has a Rolling Stones moment, some of the items for Thursday.

Globe and Mail-- Role of banks eyed in Greek debt crisis
Globe and Mail-- Bombardier inks $3.1-billion sale of C Series jets
Globe and Mail-- The art of defusing the green protests
National Post-- Europe seeks Canadians' advice in debt crisis
National Post-- How to survive RRSP silly season
National Post-- CIBC sets its sights on market leadership
Vancouver Sun-- Pulp mill ready to make green energy
Vancouver Sun-- In Good Spirits: Vancouver bartenders recall favourite Olympic moments
New York Times-- On Wall Street, a Romance With the Curling Stone
New York Times-- Bernanke Defends Fed’s Ability to Supervise Banks
New York Times-- Greek Debt and a Weak Job Sector Weigh on Investors
USA Today-- Fed chief: We're looking into firms betting on Greek default
USA Today-- Tracking the stimulus: Some jobs cost more to create
Guardian UK online--UK debt 'will push retirement age to 70'
Guardian UK online-- Mitsubishi to build £100m UK wind turbine factory
Guardian UK online-- The Falklands can no longer remain as Britain's expensive nuisance
Times online-- Police clash with strikers as EU seeks more cuts in budget crisis
Times online-- Europe revises down British growth forecast
Telegraph UK online-- Germany debt chief hints at Greek rescue
Telegraph UK online-- Alistair Darling is a dead man talking, and he’s taking sweet revenge
Telegraph UK online-- Icesave repayment talks collapse
Melbourne Herald Sun-- OzMinerals make a loss
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Pledge on Pluto LNG
People's Daily-- 'China to witness 9.8% GDP growth'
People's Daily-- Jilin Special: Jilin 2010 provincial plan sees growth amid challenges
China Daily-- Chinese shares hit one-month high as government promises to support key industries
China Daily-- Tengzhong withdraws proposed acquisition of Hummer
Times of India-- Govt set to spend $10bn on e-governance
Times of India-- SBI plans Rs 20,000cr rights issue

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