Friday, August 13, 2010

It's the economy (Friday, August 13, 2010)

Blackberry finds common ground with India, a paralyzed Fed and the Hindenberg Omen, some of the items of interest from Friday's financial reviews.

Globe and Mail-- Zero rates a ‘gamble:’ Hoenig
Globe and Mail-- BlackBerry assures India on access
Globe and Mail-- Euro zone shows robust growth
National Post-- GM offering a political risk for Obama
National Post-- Alabama suing BP
National Post-- Investors should prepare for 'major structural changes'
New York Times-- Defying Others, Germany Finds Economic Success
New York Times-- Paralysis at the Fed
New York Times-- Fed Official Warns of Starting a Cycle of Boom and Bust
USA Today-- Shareholders file suit against HP over Hurd's exit
USA Today-- San Francisco proposal would limit toys in kids' meals
Guardian UK online-- German economy surges ahead at record pace
Guardian UK online-- US cities face up to massive cuts
Guardian UK online-- Topshop chief Sir Philip Green to conduct review of coalition spending cuts
The Independent-- Greece slips back under strain of austerity plan
The Independent-- Not out of the woods on repossessions yet
Telegraph UK online-- Germany economy expands most since reunification
Telegraph UK online-- 'Hindenberg Omen' foreshadows imminent FTSE crisis, warns BGC's David Buik
Telegraph UK online-- Who's next for the UK's economic forecasting hot seat
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Australian property market in dual-speed mode
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Australian stock market defies Wall Street gloom
Sydney Daily Telegraph-- New Coke bottles the real thing for sales
People's Daily-- Expert: China's economy may face more difficulties in 2011
People's Daily-- Rural shoppers open up wallets wider
China Daily-- More city dwellers expect housing prices to fall
China Daily-- Pan-Beibu Gulf members ink port agreements
Times of India-- Govt mulls pvt sector quota for disabled
Times of India-- A stalwart internal lineup for Tata top job

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