Monday, July 19, 2010

It's the economy (Monday, July 19, 2010)

A fair days work watching parked cars in Calgary, It's beginning to look like 1930 again and making an example of the Irish, some of the items of interest from Monday's financial news.

Globe and Mail-- Parking in Calgary? Take out a mortgage
Globe and Mail-- U.S. envoy calls for cleaner oil sands
Globe and Mail-- Labour dispute shuts Port of Montreal
National Post-- Wall Street needs a summer vacation
National Post-- Ireland in better shape than Greece, Portugal
National Post-- Ontario finance minister to ask unions to back wage freeze
Vancouver Sun-- Minor delays reported as Vancouver airport refuelling supervisors locked out
New York Times-- The Pundit Delusion
New York Times-- Is Another Economics Possible?
New York Times-- Amazon Says E-Books Now Top Hardcover Sales
USA Today-- Comparisons to the Great Depression keep popping up
USA Today-- Stores push 'Christmas' sales to beat recession
Guardian UK online-- Let Ireland's downgrading be a lesson to you, George Osborne told
Guardian UK online-- US gives BP 24 hours to see whether oil cap fits
Guardian UK online-- Osborne launches bonfire of the taxes
The Independent-- Ocado IPO to go ahead despite analysts' doubts on its prospects
The Independent-- BT to increase price of landline calls
Telegraph UK online-- Hungary's IMF revolt augurs ill for Greece
Telegraph UK online-- Cameron can teach Obama a thing or two on deficit reduction
Telegraph UK online-- Oil spill: BP man in charge of rig won't testify
Melbourne Herald Sun-- US cracks weaken our market
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Ausenco wins $980m Canadian contract
Sydney Daily Telegraph-- Sundance Resources shares sink, 40m shares traded
People's Daily-- Premier Wen stresses stabilization of economic growth momentum
People's Daily-- China’s middle class to reach 48% in 10 years
China Daily-- Wen reassures foreign investors
China Daily-- 'Made in China' - but for how long?
Times of India-- 7 food majors pledge responsible advertising
Times of India-- Sizzling summer pushes beer sales

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