Thursday, October 21, 2010

It's the economy, Thursday, October 21, 2010

The  G20 seeks a truce on currency issues, Saskatchewan sticks to its guns on BHP bid and the Oil Sands are back on the American radar, some of the items of note from our Thursday financial review.

Globe and Mail-- G20 looks to head off currency war
Globe and Mail-- Wall urges rejection of bid for Potash
National Post-- Investors too complacent, Rosenberg says
National Post-- Saskatchewan rejects BHP bid for Potash
Vancouver Sun-- Job openings on the upswing in B.C. and across the country
New York Times-- Oil Sands Effort Turns on a Fight Over a Road
Guardian UK online--Spending review cuts hit poor hardest, says Institute of Fiscal Studies
Telegraph UK online-- Is the spending review unfair on the poor?
Sydney Daily Telegraph-- Wayne Swan to travel to Korea for G20
China Daily-- China's economy to grow slower: Economist
Times of India-- Food inflation falls to 15.53%

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