Wednesday, February 10, 2010

It's the economy (Wednesday, February 10, 2010)

Mr. Obama's decline, for some the snow is like gold, and China makes plans for troubled financials, some of the items from the Wednesday news files.

Globe and Mail-- EU grapples with containing spread of Greek crisis
Globe and Mail-- Boycott of oil sands fuel called ‘greenwashing'
Globe and Mail-- Why Obama has fallen from grace
National Post-- Dodge warns on Canadian housing market
National Post-- U.S. recovery running out of gas, trucker index suggests
National Post-- Mosaic guidance good for Potash Corp.
Vancouver Sun-- Worst of downturn 'behind us,' says Canfor chief
New York Times-- Germany, Forced to Buoy Greece, Rues Euro Shift
New York Times-- With Toyota in Trouble, Rivals Gain
USA Today-- Smaller banks at risk if commercial real estate falters
USA Today-- Snowstorms create some business winners: Hardware, liquor stores
Guardian UK online-- Franco-German bailout of Athens expected to avert euro collapse
Guardian UK online-- Ghost town threat as UK shops fall empty
Guardian UK online-- Bank of England keeps options open to pump more money into the economy
Times online-- Greek tragedy offers Berlin a chance to usher in true European reform
Times online-- Bank of England: UK recovery to be slower than expected
Telegraph UK online-- Inflation takes back seat in Bank of England's recovery drive
Telegraph UK online-- China orders retreat from risky assets
Telegraph UK online-- Markets fragile amid confusion over Greek rescue deal
Melbourne Herald Sun-- BHP Billiton's healthy profit better than expected
Melbourne Herald Sun-- German 'firewall' to protect Europe from Greek financial crisis
Brisbane Times-- EU bailout no solution to Greece's problems
Sydney Daily Telegraph-- BHP records first half net profit of $US6.1bn
Sydney Daily Telegraph-- Shoppers less rosy after rate rises - Westpac consumer sentiment survey
People's Daily-- China issues rules on maritime wind energy projects with stress on environmental protection
People's Daily-- China's CPI to grow 3% in 2010: CCB report
China Daily online-- Rate of inflation 'still low'
China Daily online-- 'No mercy' for corrupt officials
Times of India-- Electronics sector rises 11%

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