Tuesday, February 16, 2010

It's the economy (Tuesday, February 16, 2010)

Canada makes mortgage holders more responsible, BC introduces three new clean energy projects and Europe gives Greece thirty days to sort out its problems, some of the items for Tuesday.

Globe and Mail-- Jim Flaherty tightens mortgage rules
Globe and Mail-- Putin calms Greece, says U.S. debt big too
Globe and Mail-- Dubai debt fears resurface
National Post-- Provinces need to get books in order: Moody’s
National Post-- Canadian dollar hits 3-week high on renewed risk appetite
National Post-- U.S. government debt seen pressuring Fed
Vancouver Sun-- Victoria unveils three clean-energy deals
New York Times-- U.S. Wants to Know When Toyota Knew of Problems
New York Times-- European Union Sets Deadline for Greece to Make Cuts
New York Times-- In Bid to Revive Nuclear Power, U.S. Is Backing New Reactors
USA Today-- Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway reveals several changes in investments
USA Today-- Ford lays off 900 workers at Mustang plant due to slow sales
Guardian UK online-- Thinking the unthinkable about the euro
Guardian UK online-- Inflation soars to 3.5% and prompts Bank letter to Darling
Guardian UK online-- Keynes can help the eurozone
Times online-- King sits with pen poised to explain why inflation rate has risen above 3%
Times online-- Millions of credit card holders feel the crunch as interest soars
Telegraph UK online-- It's official – stagflation is back, albeit not yet à la 1970s
Telegraph UK online-- Sir Richard Branson: cut spending early to save UK economy
Telegraph UK online-- Eurozone finance ministers give Greece a month to make drastic budget cuts
Melbourne Herald Sun-- RBA happy with inflation comfort zone
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Dollar, recession cork Fosters profit
Sydney Daily Telegraph-- EMI puts Abbey Road studios up for sale
People's Daily-- Holiday travel rush becomes another source of increasing cost for Chinese companies
People's Daily-- China's natural gas output rises in 2009, still short of demand
China Daily-- China allocates 37.2b yuan for medical reforms in 2010
Times of India-- Rupee gains 5 paise against dollar in early trade
Times of India-- Tata Motors gets global CEO

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