Friday, May 14, 2010

It's the economy (Friday, May 14, 2010)

The 1000 point dropper ID'd, slumping markets reflect Euro and is France planning a Euro exit plan? Some of the financial findings of Friday.

Globe and Mail-- IMF warns rich countries on debt
Globe and Mail-- Global markets slide on debt fears
Globe and Mail-- Oil skids below $72 a barrel
National Post-- Mystery trader in market plunge revealed
National Post-- Expanding Jazz faces growing pains
National Post-- TSX down as European-debt fears remain
Vancouver Sun-- April property sales higher, but off 2009's frenetic pace
New York Times-- Markets Slump as Euro Falls and Greece Jitters Return
New York Times-- Obama Vows End to ‘Cozy’ Oversight of Oil Industry
New York Times-- We’re Not Greece
USA Today-- Ford and Kia rise in perceived quality; Toyota, GMC sink
USA Today-- Economic data show solid recovery, but concerns remain
Guardian UK online-- Fears over Greek bailout send shares and euro tumbling
Guardian UK online-- VAT rise looms as coalition deal adds estimated £10bn to debt
Guardian UK online-- Could France leave the eurozone?
Times online UK-- Shares and euro take beating as fears for Europe gain currency
Times online UK-- The journey back from brink is proving slow
Telegraph UK online-- World Cup football bond savers might lose on penalties
Telegraph UK online-- US faces one of biggest budget crunches in world – IMF
Telegraph UK online--Europe's fiscal Fascism brings British withdrawal ever closer
Melbourne Herald Sun-- More pain before the gain
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Economist Chris Murphy forecasts $2.1 billion growth in mining sector
Sydney Daily Telegraph-- Lindsay Tanner says Government to consider refining resources super profit tax
People's Daily-- China unveils details of private investment support plan
People's Daily-- Govt wants private sector boost
China Daily-- Mundell calls for yuan's inclusion in IMF basket
China Daily-- Steel product prices may fall in June
Times of India-- Oil prices could touch $100: Mukesh Ambani
Times of India-- Inflation cools to 9.59 pc in April

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