Monday, May 17, 2010

It's the economy (Monday, May 17, 2010)

Peace in the forests, the Western Premiers road show arrives in China and debt fears in Europe drag the Euro down, some of the Monday financials.

Globe and Mail-- GM back in the black
Globe and Mail-- Loggers, environmentalists reach truce
Globe and Mail-- China’s loss is Thunder Bay’s gain
National Post-- Euro zone ministers seek debt control strategy
National Post-- Harper urges G20 leaders to get fiscal health in shape
National Post-- Investment risks seen rising in oil sands
Vancouver Sun-- Western premiers put Canada on China's map with new partnership
New York Times-- Europe’s Debt Crisis Casts a Shadow Over China
New York Times-- G.M. Posts Profit as Sales Rise 40 Percent
New York Times-- U.S. Mortgage Program Stalling, Data Shows
USA Today-- U.K. Treasury chief sees $8.9B in spending cuts coming soon
USA Today-- New tax break for health care gets mixed review
Guardian UK online--George Osborne to set out £6bn spending cuts next Monday
Guardian UK online-- George Osborne heads for defeat on EU hedge funds regulation
Guardian UK online-- Euro hits four-year low on fears debt crisis will spread
Times online UK-- Osborne to deliver emergency Budget on June 22
Times online UK-- Economic recovery may miss unemployed
Telegraph UK online-- George Osborne discovers the joys of kitchen-sinking
Telegraph UK online-- Volcanic ash: insurers flee claims as holidaymakers stay home
Telegraph UK online-- Banks dump Greek debt on the ECB as eurozone flashes credit warnings
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Nikkei tumbles to 10-week low
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Shell predicts huge LNG future
Sydney Daily Telegraph-- Myer the store of choice in poor areas
People's Daily-- China faces capital inflow pressure
People's Daily-- World Bank grants China two loans
China Daily-- Premier: Tough economic challenge ahead
China Daily-- China says trade surplus to fall sharply in 2010
Times of India-- Indian shares under pressure amid depressed global cues
Times of India-- India tops list of exporting countries to the UAE

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