Friday, July 09, 2010

It's the economy Friday July 9, 2010

The forest industry turns to China, BC's billion dollar Olympic reminder and China moves into the Fortune 500 top ten, some of the items of interest on Friday's financials.

Globe and Mail-- Canada adds 93,000 jobs in June
Globe and Mail-- For mill towns, China beckons
Globe and Mail-- EU banking group sees writedowns on sovereign bonds in stress tests
National Post-- Stunning jobs numbers may lead to rate hike
National Post-- Olympic-sized bill for B.C. taxpayers
National Post-- Double-dips are rare, and largely man-made: Capital Economics
Vancouver Sun-- Cost of Vancouver 2010 Winter Games may exceed $1 billion
Vancouver Sun-- China opens the door to B.C. logs
New York Times-- Pity the Poor C.E.O.’s
New York Times-- European Bank’s Economist Is Optimistic on Sovereign Debt, but Critics Are Wary
New York Times-- In Part-Time Jobs, Women Out-Earn Men
USA Today-- Number of bank failures hits 90 for the year
USA Today-- Colbert, United Farm Workers challenge the unemployed
Guardian UK online-- Cairn Energy's Arctic oil drilling plan condemned as irresponsible
Guardian UK online-- Harrods eyes Shanghai to cash in on China's new wealth
Guardian UK online-- UK trade gap hits two-year high
The Independent-- Roll up, roll up, for the great banking auction
The Independent-- All the signs point to another big slowdown
Telegraph UK online-- The ghost of Gordon Brown still lurks at the Treasury
Telegraph UK online-- If the UK is to compete with China and India, we have to pick winners
Telegraph UK online-- Help the private sector to save the economy
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Jobs boost fires markets
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Pledge a small blessing
Sydney Daily Telegraph-- Rio Tinto to review all projects on 'more positive' resource rent tax, says CEO
People's Daily-- Shanghai shines bright on the financial front
People's Daily-- Resource tax set to boost local economy
China Daily-- 3 Chinese firms break Fortune 500's top 10
China Daily-- Singapore may pass China as Asia's fastest-growing economy
Times of India-- China asks India for transparent telecom rules
Times of India-- Food inflation to come down in coming weeks: Sharad Pawar

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