Wednesday, August 11, 2010

It's the economy (Wednesday, August 11, 2010)

A double dip worry, the markets shudder again and diving markets spur depression worries in England, some of the financial items of note for Wednesday.

Globe and Mail-- ‘Double-dip’ fears grow in U.S.
Globe and Mail-- China’s growth slowing faster
Globe and Mail-- Now RIM faces new challenge in India
National Post-- Why the markets lost their swagger
National Post-- Uh-oh, China can't save us
National Post-- Fed can't save U.S. economy
Vancouver Sun-- New generator opens markets for Burnaby-based Ballard
New York Times-- Market Drop Worldwide Signals Fears on Recovery
New York Times-- Debts Rise, and Go Unpaid, as Bust Erodes Home Equity
New York Times-- When the Fed Speaks
USA Today-- Home mortgage foreclosure aid grows by $3 billion
USA Today-- Wal-Mart tops list of charitable cash contributors, AT&T No. 2
Guardian UK online-- Markets dive as depression fears grow
Guardian UK online-- Driver error caused Toyota's 'runaway' cars, US study suggests
Guardian UK online-- Economic recovery at risk?
The Independent-- Bank chief warns of 'choppy recovery'
The Independent-- Now the pressure mounts on the Bank of England
Telegraph UK online-- Bank of England lowers UK growth forecast
Telegraph UK online-- Irish debt under fire on fresh bank jitters
Telegraph UK online-- Why aren't benefit claimants finding work?
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Ralph Norris defends CBA mega-profit
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Global jitters hit home
People's Daily-- Housing prices level off, drop expected after Oct
People's Daily-- China's dependency on foreign oil exceeds 55%
China Daily-- Realty price growth slows down in July
China Daily-- Foreign banks to underwrite more bonds in China
Times of India-- India emerges as Asia's second largest beer producer
Times of India-- Air India seeks compensation over Dreamliner delay

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