Monday, March 15, 2010

It's the economy (Monday, March 15, 2010)

The lower your stocks the higher your heart attack risk, Attending to China and Berating Britain, some of the items of note for Monday.

Globe and Mail-- Euro zone poised to aid Greece
Globe and Mail-- Dodd unveils financial overhaul
Globe and Mail-- Stock markets dip, heart attacks surge
National Post-- Mackenzie Valley gas pipeline delayed again
National Post-- BP takes stake in another oil sands project
National Post-- Hot housing market may be losing steam
New York Times-- Junk Bond Avalanche Looms for Credit Markets
New York Times-- Taking On China
New York Times-- High Ratings at Risk for Big Economies
USA Today-- Toyota, UAW agree to close Calif. plant with 4,600 workers
USA Today-- Sen. Dodd unveils plan to tame U.S. financial markets
Guardian UK online-- Unemployment to continue rising, Cooper says
Guardian UK online-- Greece braces itself for EU meeting
Guardian UK online-- British Airways promises to fly 60% of passengers during strike
Times online-- DP World starts work on Thames deep-sea port
Times online-- Sterling falls on fears UK economy will reverse
Telegraph UK online-- Brussels berates Britain for disappointing Budget plan
Telegraph UK online-- Moody's fears 'social cohesion' as AAA states retrench
Telegraph UK online-- Bank of England warns of 'considerable uncertainty' over jobs
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Financing up for Oil Search's LNG project in Papua New Guinea
Melbourne Herald Sun-- LNG in trading halt ahead of sale to Arrow
Sydney Daily Telegraph-- 'Gold price to remain at historic high' - gold producer
People's Daily-- China's switching economic growth pattern makes global economy more stable: PWC chief economist
People's Daily-- As Asia's fortunes rise, Shenzhen steps up
China Daily-- Wen stands firm on yuan
China Daily-- Quake-hit regions get reconstruction money
Times of India-- No proposal to allow NTPC to sell power in open market: Govt
Times of India-- 11th plan aims to create 58m new jobs: Govt