Tuesday, April 27, 2010

It's the economy (Tuesday, April 27,2010)

The greed of Goldman, Canadian bubbles and calling Greek debt junk sends investors to the exits, some of the items of interest from Tuesday's financial findings.

Globe and Mail-- Goldman accused of ‘unbridled greed’
Globe and Mail-- Report warns of housing bubble threat
Globe and Mail-- Gulf oil spill could affect rules for Arctic
National Post-- Fed meeting starts on day of global market turmoil
National Post-- U.S. will raise yuan through nuance
National Post-- Canada showing signs common to asset bubbles: report
Vancouver Sun-- Massive housing development being built in Richmond
Vancouver Sun-- Regional airports move ahead with expansion plans
New York Times-- Senators Put Goldman on Defensive Over Mortgage Deals
New York Times-- Stocks Tumble After Greek Debt Is Downgraded
USA Today-- Ford posts $2.1B 1Q profit on strong sales
USA Today-- Economist: 'Two steps forward and one step back' for housing
Guardian UK online-- Goldman Sachs: Fabrice Tourre defends his 'Frankenstein products'
Guardian UK online-- Standard & Poor's downgrade Greek credit rating to junk status
Guardian UK online-- BP profits jump after oil price rise
Times on line UK-- Commentary: Germany is right to be worried
Times on line UK-- Investors take fright as Greece debt declared junk
Telegraph UK online-- Goldman Sachs hearing: expect more questions, not answers
Telegraph UK online -- Stock markets tumble as Greek debt is cut to junk, Portugal downgraded
Telegraph Uk online-- General Election 2010: voters need honesty on where cuts will come
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Judge approves $39.5 million AWB pay-out
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Back to boom but at a cost
Sydney Daily Telegraph-- Producer price rise may mean rate hike
People's Daily-- Economist confidence index stays at record high
People's Daily-- IMF and World Bank meetings show China's rising influence
China Daily-- Yuan valuation not top concern for US firms in China
China Daily-- Realty sector cooling off
Times of India-- India may grow still faster; inflation a 'big worry': RBI chief
Times of India-- Road projects go on fast track

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