Sunday, June 06, 2010

It's the economy (Weekend Edition, Saturday and Sunday, June 5 and 6, 2010)

Mr. Flaherty sways the crowd, BC loses jobs in May and preparing the Euro's obit, some of the economic items for the weekend.

Globe and Mail-- Canada wins key fight against bank tax
Globe and Mail-- How the gushing oil in the Gulf will ripple around the world
Globe and Mail-- BP chief executive won’t quit in face of Gulf disaster
National Post-- G20 doesn't even try to put brave face on debt mess
National Post-- Housing market in focus
National Post-- CRA and courts crack down on tax schemes
Vancouver Sun-- B.C. loses 10,000 jobs in May, bucking national trend
Vancouver Sun-- Minimal spill risk from proposed pipeline: Enbridge
New York Times-- In Gulf, It Was Unclear Who Was in Charge of Rig
New York Times-- Hungary, Despite Comparisons, Is No Greece
New York Times-- Imagining Life Without Oil, and Being Ready
USA Today-- Consumer issues still in play in financial overhaul talks
USA Today-- VW has workers get fit before hitting factory floor
Guardian UK online-- BP threatened with legal case over safety of all its oil rigs
Guardian UK online-- We spent too much in the boom. But this is no time to stop
Guardian UK online-- Why World Cup goals have a big net effect on business
Times on line UK-- Cameron: 'Years of pain ahead'
Times on line UK-- City watchdog fears euro disaster
Telegraph UK online-- Forget any would-be China crisis, its policies are too shrewd to fail
Telegraph UK online-- Euro 'will be dead in five years'
Telegraph UK online-- Studying how Brown went bad will keep Osborne on the right track
Melbourne Herald Sun-- MPs' pay to rise
Sydney Daily Telegraph-- Share scoundrels David Tweed and Suzanne Forster have one last go
People's Daily-- China's economic planner rejects stagflation risk report
People's Daily-- U.S. slaps punitive tariffs on Chinese wire decking
China Daily-- Stimulus exit a long way off
China Daily-- G20 financial meeting unlikely to reach deal in bank levy
Times of India-- General Motors India sales grow 61%
Times of India-- India may see flight of capital in next six months: FICCI

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