Tuesday, February 09, 2010

It's the economy (Tuesday, February 9, 2010)

The Greeks found interesting ways to spend their money to get to the brink, there's a new leader on the export board and a British banker barks at Barack, some of the items from the Tuesday news files.

Globe and Mail-- EU believed poised to back Greece
Globe and Mail-- BHP gives cautious outlook
Globe and Mail-- Venezuela's Hugo Chavez declares energy crisis
National Post-- Bernanke to outline plans although hearing postponed due to storm
National Post-- Greece's creative accounting courtesy Goldman Sachs
National Post-- Google launches Google Buzz
Vancouver Sun-- CHC Helicopters part of billion-dollar U.K. SAR bid
Vancouver Sun-- Throne Speech offers tax breaks, more preschool options and cheaper housing
New York Times-- Europeans Discuss Aid for Greek Debt
New York Times-- New European Leadership Faces Economic Hurdles
New York Times-- China Overtakes Germany as Top Exporter
USA Today-- Paulson, Buffett agree: U.S. may profit from bank bailout
USA Today-- Europe searches for way out of debt crisis
Guardian UK online-- Barclays' John Varley: 'Obama reforms won't prevent banking crisis'
Guardian UK online-- The euro's darkest hour
Guardian UK online-- Scrap UK's wind farm plans, says Gazprom boss
Times online-- Britain's trade deficit widens unexpectedly
Times online-- Hector Sants to stand down as chief of City watchdog FSA
Telegraph UK online-- Britain's everlasting deficit
Telegraph UK online-- Warren Buffett's 'Baby Berks' arrive for the masses
Telegraph UK online-- Who in their right mind will bail out the poor relations of Europe?
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Alumina takes price battering
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Woodside pick spot for LNG hub
Brisbane Times-- Rocky start for the great deal of China
Brisbane Times-- Qatar? Be warned
Sydney Daily Telegraph-- Back down on $5m misconduct penalty
Sydney Daily Telegraph-- Toyota's credit rating is being threatened
People's Daily-- Analysts say China should not yield to Obama's hardline on yuan
People's Daily-- China mounts fight on fake invoice fraud
China Daily online-- Ma: Pact with mainland to raise Taiwan's competitiveness
China Daily online-- Chinese investors turn to Dubai
Times of India-- Domestic car sales jump 32%, bikes up 44% in January

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