Wednesday, October 20, 2010

It's the economy, Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Slowing growth on the horizon, Saskatchewan outlines its concerns over BHP Potash bid and the UK gambles on its economy, some of the items of note for the Wednesday financial news.

Globe and Mail-- Bank of Canada sees slow growth
Globe and Mail-- Saskatchewan won’t back BHP’s Potash bid, Premier Brad Wall says
National Post--'Don't obsess' about the short-term: Carney
National Post-- U.S. dollar to hit 95¢ Canadian in a year: UBS
Vancouver Sun-- Underpricing 'nature's bounty' costs trillions
New York Times-- Europe Is Turning Its Back on Keynes’s Cure for Recession
Guardian UK online-- Spending review: Osborne gambles with the economy
Telegraph UK online-- Markets like the taste of bitter medicine
Sydney Daily Telegraph-- Big tobacco gears up for fight of its life
China Daily-- China becomes global leader in clean energy: study
Times of India-- Cabinet may ink deal on tax info

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