Sunday, May 16, 2010

It's the economy (Weekend Edition, May 15 & 16, 2010)

Credit Unions prepare for their next step,  Euro fears continue on and despite Spain's best efforts there's little sign of acceptance, some of the items of interest on the financial front from the weekend.

Globe and Mail-- Make firm plans to cut deficits, Harper urges G20 ahead of summit
Globe and Mail-- Shale: The next energy game changer
Globe and Mail-- Brian Milner on the latest developments in the European debt crisis
National Post-- Greece to probe U.S. banks’ role in crisis: PM
National Post-- Credit unions: Small players, big moment
National Post-- Inflation report could be key to BoC rate decision
Vancouver Sun-- Pollution worries halt Sechelt power project
New York Times-- Fears Intensify That Euro Crisis Could Snowball
New York Times-- Foreign Companies Chafe at China’s Restrictions
New York Times-- Going to Extreme
USA Today-- Eurozone austerity moves increase threat of deflation
USA Today-- Investors brace for a queasy new week of stock uneasiness
Guardian UK online-- Nicolas Sarkozy threatened to pull out of euro over Greece row
Guardian UK online-- George Osborne starts to cut spending
Guardian UK online-- Vince Cable's challenge will be to bring the chancellor to heel
Times online UK-- Canada was on the brink of going bust until savage spending cuts
Times online UK-- Spain’s crack of the budget whip fails to lift eurozone
Telegraph UK online-- Forget the wolf pack – the ongoing euro crisis was caused by EMU
Telegraph UK online-- Oil is sinking amid 'oceans of public debt'
Telegraph UK online-- Reducing the deficit is daunting but it could have a silver lining
Sydney Daily Telegraph-- Workers 'lack writing, numeracy skills'
People's Daily-- Chinese economy to continue rapid, sustainable growth: economist
People's Daily-- U.S. trade mission to China to focus on clean energy
China Daily-- China to collect more earnings from SOEs
China Daily-- Nation feels pressure from inflow of capital
Times of India-- TCS, Bharti, Suzlon among world's most sustainable firms: Report
Times of India-- Indian economy to grow by 8.5% in 2010-11: CII

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