Wednesday, May 26, 2010

It's the economy (Wednesday, May 26, 2010)

Vancouver reaches the top echelon of world cities, Apple is the new tech king, and BP claims could reach 600 million, some of the items of interest for Wednesday.

Globe and Mail-- Rising household debt threatens recovery
Globe and Mail-- How Apple became the new tech king
Globe and Mail-- Vancouver ranks high in global survey
National Post-- China report fresh blow to euro
National Post-- National regulator: This power grab needs review
National Post-- Realtors rush to ease correction fears
Vancouver Sun-- Trajectory of Metro Vancouver home prices levels out
New York Times-- Apple Passes Microsoft as No. 1 in Tech
New York Times-- BP Used Riskier Method to Seal Oil Well Before Blast
New York Times-- Dow Slides Below 10,000 for First Time Since Feb. 8
USA Today-- SEC wants uniform 'audit trail' to prevent another 'flash crash'
USA Today-- Chinese industrial giant deals with spate of suicides
Guardian UK online-- Kraft rebuked for broken pledge on Cadbury factory
Guardian UK online-- George Osborne attacks structure of EU's proposed levy on banks
Guardian UK online-- UK must raise interest rates, warns OECD
Times online UK-- The economy: GDP growth revised up
Times online UK-- BP oil spill claims could reach $600 million
Telegraph UK online-- It's no joke that the EU wants to dictate to us on finance and regulation
Telegraph UK online-- Why EU paralysis threatens the US too
Telegraph UK online-- US money supply plunges at 1930s pace as Obama eyes fresh stimulus
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Rio tax warning defies experts
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Tax may force OneSteel Whyalla close
Sydney Daily Telegraph-- Kevin Rudd gets tough on the jobless
People's Daily-- CASS: China will not repeat Japan's asset price bubble
People's Daily-- Regional planning draws new industrial structure map
China Daily-- Yangtze River Delta plan gets approval from govt
China Daily-- Datang International Power invests $576m in mainland's gas project
Times of India-- Piracy in China makes India a better bet: MS
Times of India-- Reliance pack of stocks in red

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