Friday, October 08, 2010
It's the economy, Friday, October 8, 2010
Riches to be had in the fertilizer pools, China pushes back on currency concerns and Housing starts in BC on the rebound, some of the financial items of note for Friday.
Globe and Mail-- Canada sheds 6,600 jobs in Sept.
Globe and Mail-- Shares of fertilizer producers soar
National Post-- Canadian companies put machines before jobs
National Post-- China bank chief rejects yuan 'shock therapy'
Vancouver Sun-- Housing starts another sign of B.C. construction rebound
New York Times-- The End of the Tunnel
Guardian UK online-- European bonus rules 'will prompt exodus of banks'
Telegraph Uk online-- Cut or spend: what the IMF really thinks
Sydney Daily Telegraph-- Strong dollar 'pressures parts of the economy' says Prime Minister
China Daily-- Hunt is on for domestic reserves of crop nutrient
Times of India-- India wealth to double in 5 yrs; may grow to $6.4 trillion: Report
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Labels: Friday, It's the economy, October 8 2010
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