Friday, June 11, 2010

It's the economy (Friday, June 11, 2010)

A warning on grain sales, BP's numbers get worse and not everyone's happy about the start of the World Cup, some of the financial items for Friday.

Globe and Mail-- Japan warns of Greece-like debt crisis
Globe and Mail-- Western wheat planting a washout
Globe and Mail-- Ontario to hold off on sale of GM stake
National Post-- Flaherty says Canada should boost public pension benefits
National Post-- Ottawa reveals options for telecom ownership
National Post-- BP preparing to defer dividend: report
Vancouver Sun-- Minister Blair Lekstrom quits B.C. cabinet in protest over HST
New York Times-- Punishing BP Is Harder Than Boycotting Its Stations
New York Times-- A More Subdued Day on Wall Street
New York Times-- U.S. Fury at BP Stirs Backlash Among British
USA Today-- Gulf businesses say BP aid on oil spill too slow
USA Today-- Hungary can survive debt crisis, prime minister says
Guardian UK online-- BP oil spill estimates double
Guardian UK online-- Chancellor in talks with Brussels over advance scrutiny of UK budget plans
Guardian UK online-- UK manufacturing sector suffers unexpected dip
Times online UK-- That’s enough ‘kicking ass’, Mr President
Times online UK-- BP needs to stay strong for everyone’s interest, says Cameron
Telegraph UK online-- Britons are increasingly fearful of an inflationary spiral
Telegraph UK online-- Doubt over Tory £6bn cuts plans
Telegraph UK online-- Gulf of Mexico oil spill: BP must remain stable, David Cameron tells chairman
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Anger over Asciano chief Mark Rowsthorn's reward
Melbourne Herald Sun-- BHP says mining tax should vary by mineral
Sydney Daily Telegraph-- Australian dollar up on world recovery hopes
People's Daily-- China's fiscal revenue rises 20.5 pct in May
People's Daily-- Progress, but still much to be improved
China Daily-- China to tackle yawning wealth gap by hiking minimum wage
China Daily-- Employers fear the World Cup
Times of India-- Syria bans import of 'substandard' Indian meat
Times of India-- India, China to grow wealthier faster than other nations

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