Tuesday, June 08, 2010

It's the economy (Tuesday, June 8, 2010)

Thnking of a double dip, China's workers flex their muscles and President Obama turns up the heat, some of the items of interest for the tuesday economic's file.

Globe and Mail-- Gold rallies to new record high
Globe and Mail-- Housing starts unexpectedly fall
Globe and Mail-- Treat telecom, broadcasting equally: CRTC
National Post-- Britain uses Canada as model in deficit fight
National Post-- Double-dip recession ‘practically inevitable’: UBS
National Post-- The less the G20 does, the better
Vancouver Sun-- B.C. housing sales expected to ease this year but rise in 2011: survey
New York Times-- With Strikes, China’s Workers Seem to Gain Power
New York Times-- Cape Cod’s Locals Keep the Chain Stores Out
New York Times-- E.U. Finance Ministers Agree on Tighter Oversight
USA Today-- Job openings rise to highest level in 16 months
USA Today-- Gulf of Mexico ports see little impact from oil spill
Guardian UK online-- 'If he was working for me I'd sack him' – Obama turns up heat on BP boss
Guardian UK online-- UK rejects EU budget scrutiny plan
Guardian UK online-- Northern Rock to cut 650 jobs
Times online UK-- Osborne outlines 20% cuts for a parliament
Times online UK-- Watershed for the cheap and cheerless culture
Telegraph UK online-- Government plans to cut the deficit 'distinctly weak', says Fitch ratings agency
Telegraph UK online-- Debt crisis means 10p in every pound will be needed to pay interest, warns David Cameron
Telegraph UK online-- Will David Cameron ever kick Barack Obama's ass?
Melbourne Herald Sun-- BHP, Rio plan ore price hike - claim
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Elders fails on forestry finance
Sydney Daily News-- Men and women in finance disagree over pay gap, survey shows
People's Daily-- World Bank: Infrastructure investment to propel China's economic growth
People's Daily-- Business feels pinch of rising labor cost
China Daily-- Tough times ahead for China steel companies
China Daily-- China adopts new policy to attract foreign talents
Times of India-- Indian eco to grow 9% in 2011: World Bank
Times of India-- Strike hits Hyundai unit in Chennai

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