Tuesday, July 20, 2010

It's the economy (Tuesday, July 20, 2010)

Energy advice from Oliver Stone, Double dip fears again and when Economists disagree, some of the items of note for Tuesday July 20,2010

Globe and Mail-- Porter Airlines chief sues Air Canada
Globe and Mail-- U.S. should nationalize oil: Oliver Stone
Globe and Mail-- Western farmers see hope in wheat prices
National Post-- Why isn’t the market collapsing?
National Post-- Oil sands campaign a smear
National Post-- European banks last hurdle for markets
Vancouver Sun-- Surrey housing complex now Western Canada's largest solar power development
New York Times-- Greek Rail System’s Debt Adds to Economic Woes
New York Times-- E.U. Test May Need to Fail Some Banks
New York Times-- BP Kept Drilling After Report of Leak, Worker Says
USA Today-- Airports pitch sites as all-purpose transport hubs
USA Today-- Apple's net income jumps 78% on iPhone, iPad sales
Guardian UK online-- Double dip fears as bank loans dry up
Guardian UK online-- Royal Mail workers warned against strike
Guardian UK online-- William Hill finds World Cup glory
The Independent-- Look across the Irish Sea for a glimpse of where our economy may be headed
The Independent-- Farnborough: big orders and a vision of the future
Telegraph UK online-- Krugman versus Ferguson: Round Two
Telegraph UK online-- Double dip in the Baltic
Telegraph UK online-- China knocks US off top energy use spot
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Enough debt for now - Stevens
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Inflation figure to decide rates
Sydney Daily Telegraph-- Disabled worker's pay of $2 an hour 'predatory'
People's Daily-- US welcomes China's GPA offer
People's Daily-- Chinese CEOs to focus on global vision
China Daily-- China dismisses IEA analysis of it being world's top energy user
China Daily-- Pilot project to help farmers struck by natural disasters
Times of India-- Rupee at six-week low against dollar
Times of India-- FM plays down IMF outlook, pegs growth at over 8.5%

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