Wednesday, July 14, 2010

It's the economy (Wednesday, July 14, 2010)

In Montreal you won't read about it in the Sunday paper, in praise of stimulus and Britains untold story of debt, some of the financial items for a Wednesday.

Globe and Mail-- Fed considers new steps to bolster U.S. economy
Globe and Mail-- Rio Tinto Alcan faces $100-million hit
Globe and Mail-- Montreal Gazette to halt Sunday publication
National Post-- Roubini to Obama: Treat Americans like adults
National Post-- Chatter grows that Bell will join discount war
National Post-- Canadian consumers seen scaling back as rates rise
Vancouver Sun-- South Surrey’s Semiahmoo Shopping Centre sold for $82.7 million
New York Times-- Analysts Warn of Risks Threatening China’s Banks
New York Times-- G.M. to Guarantee Battery in Its Electric Car
New York Times-- White House Economists Praise Stimulus Results
USA Today-- Bailout loans hurt small banks, hamper recovery
USA Today-- In June, Fed officials cut economic forecasts amid European debt woes
Guardian UK online-- Unemployment falls but part-time working hits record high
Guardian UK online-- Ocado flotation fears grow as oil firm's listing heads for collapse
Guardian UK online-- Banking's risky business
The Independent-- Britain’s debt: The untold story
The Independent-- God’s morally compromised banker
Telegraph UK online-- OBR had a hasty birth at the Treasury's hand – and it's made a bad start
Telegraph UK online-- Hillary Clinton looks into BP's Libya deals
Telegraph UK online-- David Cameron rebuked by Sir Alan Budd over 'inappropriate use' of economic data
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Households worry on rate rise debt
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Heading for a windfall
Sydney Daily Telegraph-- Budget surplus forecast to be $2 billion larger
People's Daily-- Chinese mainland's rich youngest in Asia-Pacific region
People's Daily-- Govt to stay the course on housing despite problems
China Daily-- New steel mill list to be unveiled next year
China Daily-- Shanghai may pass Singapore as world's busiest port
Times of India-- Setback to Posco steel project in Orissa
Times of India-- Inflation moves higher to 10.55% in June

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