Monday, June 21, 2010

It's the economy (Monday, June 21, 2010)

The message Gordon Campbell can't get across in BC, did BP outsmart the US government and Europe remains vulnerable, some of the items of note  from the business pages for Monday

Globe and Mail-- Flaherty at ease with strong dollar
Globe and Mail-- Debt is central bank’s biggest fear
Globe and Mail-- The Group of 20: Is it really large enough?
National Post-- BP says oil sands plans unchanged
National Post-- Who wins and who loses with new yuan
National Post-- Don't believe the anti-HST rhetoric
Vancouver Sun-- Ignatieff promises B.C. oil-tanker-traffic moratorium
Vancouver Sun-- Sister-city agreements: All in the family
New York Times-- Is the $20 Billion Fund Actually a Victory for BP?
New York Times-- Russia Cuts Gas Deliveries to Belarus
New York Times-- Now and Later
USA Today-- China lets yuan float, warns move won't fix global economy
USA Today-- House, Senate reach tentative deal on debit card fees
Guardian UK online-- George Osborne facing budget backlash
Guardian UK online-- World markets welcome Chinese move on yuan exchange rate
Guardian UK online-- UK public increasingly pessimistic on economy, poll finds
The Independent-- BP says oil spill costs have reached $2 billion
The Independent-- We await the day Western nations opt to default by stealth
Telegraph UK online-- Tony Hayward, dead man sailing
Telegraph UK online-- Why Hutton must take a hatchet to public sector pensions
Telegraph UK online-- Battered eurozone left vulnerable to crisis, warns Fitch
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Yuan stable as flexibility dawns
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Fortescue to boost mine with China help
Sydney Daily Telegraph-- Car sales fell 3.2 pct in May, but 'still show solid growth'
People's Daily-- RMB reform restarts, to aid China and world
People's Daily-- No one-off yuan fix: central bank
China Daily-- 'Hot money' controllable
China Daily-- China is world's 3rd largest stock market
Times of India-- 'Why power cos using less gas?'
Times of India-- IRDA to frame new guidelines on ULIPs

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