Tuesday, June 15, 2010

It's the economy (Tuesday, June 15, 2010)

Walmart wants to be your banker, you eat you pay your price and BP's diving credit rating highlight the financials for Tuesday.

Globe and Mail-- OSC urged to tackle Magna deal
Globe and Mail-- Quebec, Alberta want court ruling before a national regulator
Globe and Mail-- Quebecor to reformat Sun TV
National Post-- BP shares spike as lawmakers grill oil giants
National Post-- Walmart begins Canadian banking push
National Post-- Major welcomes U.K. austerity
Vancouver Sun-- At this restaurant, you pay what you want
New York Times-- Oil Executives Tell Committee That BP Spill Is an Aberration
New York Times-- BP’s Options to Limit Liability From the Oil Spill
New York Times-- U.S. Markets Rise as Investors Monitor Indicators
USA Today-- Lawmakers tell oil execs they're not prepared for major spills
USA Today-- Highest gas mileage? List shows today's cars can't match old ones
Guardian UK online-- BP credit rating slashed as oil spill costs mount
Guardian UK online-- Debt-ridden Greece gets vote of confidence from China
Guardian UK online-- Food prices to rise by up to 40% over next decade, UN report warns
Independent UK-- EU rule-breakers 'should lose their voting rights'
Independent UK-- Fiscal conservatism may be good for one nation, but threatens collective disaster
Telegraph UK online-- Good and bad news about 'pensions apartheid'
Telegraph UK online-- UK faces life in the economic slow lane
Telegraph UK online-- BP oil spill: Fitch downgrades BP to near-junk rating
Melbourne Herald Sun-- First home buyers need watching
Melbourne Herald Sun-- IPL to go for new exchange
Sydney Daily Telegraph-- Mining super profits tax consultation for two years, says Kevin Rudd
People's Daily-- China slams U.S. pressure on RMB exchange rate
People's Daily-- China calls for int'l cooperation in promoting jobs recovery
China Daily-- China's bank regulator sees growing real estate risks
China Daily-- China eyeing major Greek investments: report
Times of India-- RBI will act to keep inflation under the lid: FM
Times of India-- FM doesn't want rise in interest rates

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