Monday, July 12, 2010

It's the economy Monday, July 12, 2010

Location, location, location, For sale: a little resort suitable for the worlds most powerful leaders, centrefolds with every share bid and the blunder boys of BP, some of the highlights of todays financial findings.

Globe and Mail-- Canadian business bullish on recovery
Globe and Mail-- Deerhurst Resort on the block
Globe and Mail-- Penthouse considers bid for Playboy
National Post-- Canada safe from U.S. double dip
National Post-- Consumer Reports won't recommend iPhone 4
National Post-- Playboy bidding war looms; shares rise
Vancouver Sun-- Microsoft, partners to push tablet computer rivals to iPad
Vancouver Sun-- Vancity's net income nearing record levels, report says
New York Times-- In BP’s Record, a History of Boldness and Costly Blunders
New York Times-- The Feckless Fed
New York TImes-- Bernanke Calls Loans to Small Business Critical to Recovery
USA Today-- Consumer Reports gives thumbs down to iPhone 4 reception woes
USA Today-- More Americans' credit scores sink to new lows
Guardian UK online-- Banks facing permanent tax on pay and profits – minister
Guardian UK online-- BP shares rise as Deepwater Horizon well repairs progress 'as planned'
Guardian UK online-- UK recession even deeper than first thought
The Independent-- Economy plummeted 6.4% during recession
The Independent-- Solution needed for this mutual funding crisis
Telegraph UK online-- Chinese rating agency strips Western nations of AAA status
Telegraph UK online-- EC moves to protect savers' deposits
Telegraph UK online-- GDP figures: UK would still be in recession without Government spending
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Export heat on miners
Melbourne Herald Sun-- WA to lead nation's growth
Sydney Daily Telegraph-- Owner occupied housing finance rose 1.9 per cent
People's Daily-- China's housing prices grow slower
People's Daily Daily-- Growth dips, stern home policy to remain
China Daily-- Officials must account for all assets held in the family
China Daily-- Chinese credit firm says US worse risk than China
Times of India-- Industry boom may spur govt to rule out hike in excise
Times of India-- Industry grows by 11.50% in May

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