Tuesday, April 20, 2010

It's the economy (Tuesday, April 20, 2010)

Anticipation of benefits from Site C, Wall Streets Casino economy and the IMF urges a double tax on banks, some of the items of interest for Tuesday's economic talking points.

Globe and Mail-- SEC probes accounting at big banks
Globe and Mail-- IMF warns governments on surging debts
Globe and Mail-- Glut of ‘for sale' signs on horizon
National Post-- Goldman charges not likely to stick
National Post-- Canada expects G20 peers to join its fight
National Post-- Canadians may be hit with half-point rate rise
Vancouver Sun-- Site C Will Provide Significant Benefits to Prince George and Northern BC
Vancouver Sun-- Pixar Canada sets up home base in Vancouver, looks to expand
New York Times-- When Wall Street Deals Resemble Casino Wagers
New York Times-- War of Words Regarding the Financial Overhaul
USA Today-- Apple earnings jump on strong iPhone, Mac sales
USA Today-- GM expected to promise to repay loan early
Guardian UK online-- Greek borrowing costs soar to new highs
Guardian UK online-- Inflation: surging fuel costs push CPI to 3.4%
Times on line UK-- Post-crisis banks must refinance $5 trillion
Times on line UK-- Volcano fallout deepens gloom over Greece
Telegraph UK online-- IMF urges double tax hit on banks to refund taxpayers
Telegraph UK online-- Sovereign debt tops IMF worries
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Seven Network shareholders approve merger with WesTrac
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Strong export prices led to Reserve Bank interest rate rise
Sydney Daily Telegraph-- 'Mass exodus' of unhappy accountants tipped by recruiters
People's Daily-- China, US sign an agreement on clean coal technology
People's Daily-- Expert warns on hot money
China Daily-- HSBC raises China's 2010 GDP forecast to 10%
China Daily-- RMB appreciation 'more likely' in Q2
Times of India-- RBI measures will cool inflation: Pranab Mukherjee
Times of India-- JSW acquires South African coal mining co

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