Sunday, June 27, 2010

It's the economy (Weekend Edition June 26 and 27, 2010)

Seeking the Canadian banking standard, looking to prevent future meltdowns and warming up the printing presses just in case, some of the weekend's offerings.

Globe and Mail-- A historic step toward a new world balance
Globe and Mail-- New rules to bring banks to Canadian standard
Globe and Mail-- China flies under the radar – and walks away a winner
National Post-- Canada scores 'solid win,' experts 
National Post-- Here comes the HST
National Post-- G20 to halve deficits by 2013, stabilize debt levels
New York Times-- At Summit, Banks Avoid New Global Regulations
New York Times-- BP Loses Trading-Floor Swagger in Energy Markets
New York Times-- Labor’s New Critics: Old Allies in Elected Office
USA Today-- G-20 aims to slash their deficits
USA Today-- Will new financial regulations prevent future meltdowns?
Guardian UK online-- Debt-stricken Greece banks on tourism
Guardian UK online-- Coalition plans new lending targets for bailed-out banks
Guardian UK online-- Eiris review names Britain as 'dirty man of Europe'
The Independent-- BP must not be destroyed, says Cameron as shares hit 14-year low
The Independent-- World Cup City Diary: Cursed: The high price of corporate sponsorship
Telegraph UK online-- RBS tells clients to prepare for "monster" money printing by the Federal Reserve
Telegraph UK online-- Two cheers for George, but can he get the execution right?
Telegraph UK online-- Obama and Cameron agree BP must not collapse
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Wayne Swan wants mining tax resolved promptly 
Sydney Daily Telegraph-- Signs of G20 rift as US warns European leaders of double-dip recession
China Daily-- Official: Currency reform 'our own affair
China Daily-- Hu urges 'spirit of unity' for global recovery
Times of India-- Fuel price hike to hit cos' margins
Times of India-- India Inc set to seize bigger prospects in China

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