Monday, September 27, 2010

It's the economy, Monday, September 27, 2010

With a bit of reflection on what does and doesn't work on the blog and some spurring on from the audience, we bring back our once daily feature on economic items of note, scaled down to a degree but still featuring a snapshot of the days financial headlines.

RIM moves in on the iPad, on the front lines of the currency war and excuses, excuses, some of the items of interest from the financial files.

Globe and Mail-- RIM unveils PlayBook tablet
Globe and Mail-- Early victory for Potash in BHP suit
National Post-- World is in a “currency war,” Brazil says
National Post-- RIM’s Balsillie sees PlayBook as 'game changer'
Vancouver Sun-- RBC waves red flag over Vancouver housing market 
New York Times- Structure of Excuses
Guardian UK online- George Osborne says upbeat IMF backs his cuts
Telegraph UK-- Savers told to stop moaning and start spending
Sydney Morning Herald- World's CEOs gather in Sydney
China Daily- China imposes anti-dumping duty on US chicken
Times of India-- Bolstered by good monsoon, FM says inflation to ease soon

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