Friday, March 12, 2010

It's the economy (Thursday, March 11, 2010)

Potash sees improving fortunes, Noticing Lax Kw'alaams on the world stage and preparing Europe for a British debt crisis, some of the items of note for Thursday.

Globe and Mail-- Lehman execs, auditor blamed for company's collapse
Globe and Mail-- Potash Corp. raises outlook
Globe and Mail-- The euro under pressure
National Post-- Potash Corp. first quarter earnings dramatically improve
National Post-- Alberta revamps oil and gas royalty regime
National Post-- Big funds stalk Canwest newspapers
Vancouver Sun-- Coast Tsimshian Resources leads Northwest economic revival
Vancouver Sun-- B.C. employers hit with $4.5 million in penalties for health and safety violations
New York Times-- Patchwork Pension Plan Adds to Greek Debt Woes
New York Times-- Report Details How Lehman Hid Its Woes as It Collapsed
New York Times-- Democrats Push Ahead on Finance Bill
USA Today-- U.S. dollar is still the world's most trusted currency
USA Today-- 'Avatar' director James Cameron: 3D promising, but caution needed
Guardian UK online-- HSBC faces inquiry into stolen Swiss accounts
Guardian UK online-- The economy: Bad tidings
Guardian UK online-- Forbes rich list is Slim pickings
Times online-- Inflation worries stay muted in February
Times online-- Europe should beware of Greeks bearing grudges
Telegraph UK online-- Japan is unloved, under-owned and most importantly undervalued
Telegraph UK online-- Do we really want Britons to be spending, spending, spending?
Telegraph UK online-- Europe's banks brace for UK debt crisis
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Strong economy has RBA on alert
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Rio boss off to China for key talks
Sydney Daily Telegraph-- Jobless rate increases to 5.3pc as 11,400 full-time jobs created in February
People's Daily-- China's industrial added value up 20.7% in Feb.
People's Daily-- China need to boost consumption: IMF officer
China Daily-- Migrants cash in on labor shortage
China Daily-- Overseas investment regains confidence in south China
Times of India-- Govt borrowing likely to be smooth: RBI
Times of India-- Infosys sees increase in outsourcing

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