Wednesday, May 19, 2010

It's the economy (Wednesday, May 19, 2010)

Boomers may outlive their bank accounts, BC set for a rebound and the markets get spooked by German moves

Globe and Mail-- Backlash builds against German ban
Globe and Mail-- Fed boosts outlook for 2010
Globe and Mail-- More in danger of outliving savings
National Post-- Western premiers end China visit pushing trade, investment
National Post-- June rate hike still likely amid Europe turmoil: analysts say
National Post-- Boomers won't give up on stocks
Vancouver Sun-- Sellers are optimistic, but can former Olympic Village find enough buyers?
Vancouver Sun-- B.C.’s forest industry forecast to lead Canadian export rebound
New York Times-- Shares Fall as Germany Moves to Restrict Trades
New York Times-- Mortgage Delinquencies Rose in the First Quarter
New York Times-- U.S. Inflation at 44-Year Low as Retail Prices Fall
USA Today-- Fed ups economic growth forecast, divided over timing of asset sales
USA Today-- Hollywood mulls over movie futures trading
Guardian UK online-- German short-selling ban sparks new euro crisis
Guardian UK online-- Nuclear industry presses sceptical Huhne over backing new reactors
Guardian UK online-- Osborne tells CBI of five-year plan to cut corporation tax
Times online UK-- Markets plunge as Merkel delivers euro warning and bans short-selling
Times online UK-- BP chairman admits after-effects of oil spill could resemble Three Mile Island
Telegraph UK online-- Markets crash as German short-selling ban bites
Telegraph UK online-- Professor tells investors to sell shares and bonds
Telegraph UK online-- Behind the drama in Europe lies a global crisis
Melbourne Herald Sun-- AWB says grain profit on track
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Rate rises, Budget disappoint conusmers
Sydney Daily Telegraph-- Fortescue 'could sell projects overseas' as puts $17.5bn in projects on hold
People's Daily-- China's holdings of U.S. debt rise again
People's Daily-- German business shows confidence in Chinese economy
China Daily-- Yuan revaluation may remain on back burner
China Daily-- Europe debt crisis hurts China trade to region -researcher
Times of India-- Reliance shuts oil, gas at MA field due to cyclone 'Laila'
Times of India-- Rupee down 77 paise against dollar to touch 3-month low

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