Friday, May 07, 2010

It's the economy (Friday, May 7, 2010)

A risk beyond Greece, gas prices could drop  and Germany's Prime Minister faces a battle she may not win, some of the items of the Friday financials...

Globe and Mail-- Jim Flaherty on Europe: ‘This has to be resolved’
Globe and Mail-- Regulators probe rapid stock plunge
Globe and Mail-- Canada adds stunning 108,700 jobs
National Post-- Flaherty urges eurozone to tighten its belt
National Post-- World leaders scramble to ease fears over Greece
National Post-- Keynesian contagion
Vancouver Sun-- B.C. lumber producers get export tax break
Vancouver Sun-- B.C. Securities Commission tries to force Calgary mine promoter to provide report
New York Times-- After Greece, Assessing the Risk to Europe as a Whole
New York Times-- Volatile Week on Wall Street Ends With Another Slide
New York Times-- A Money Too Far
USA Today-- Falling crude oil prices could keep gasoline under $3
USA Today-- Businesses add 290,000 jobs in April, most in four years
Guardian UK online-- Market turmoil - as it happened
Guardian UK online-- Spain scrapes out of recession after seven quarters
Guardian UK online-- UK credit rating safe - for now
Times online UK-- Pound is hung out to dry as the nation’s indecision takes its toll
Times online UK-- French banks catch cold amid fears of exposure in Greece
Telegraph UK online-- General Election 2010: how can this hung Parliament deliver for Britain's economy?
Telegraph UK online-- Hung parliament sparks market chaos
Telegraph UK online-- Merkel goes to war in battle she cannot win
People's Daily-- Chinese expert: China crash prediction 'illogical'
People's Daily-- China GDP set to grow 9.5% this year
China Daily-- China stocks plunge to eight month low
China Daily-- Market-cooling measures have desired effect
Times of India-- Govt stand vindicated: Deora on RIL-RNRL case verdict
Times of India-- Govt has right to decide price: SC on RIL-RNRL gas row

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