Monday, November 22, 2010

It's the economy, Monday, November 22, 2010

Currency woes the world's problem, fears of a spreading crisis in Europe and Portugal's next on the EU financial bail out merry go round, some of the items of note for Monday's financials.

Globe and Mail-- U.S., China to rest of world: ‘Our currency, your problem’
Globe and Mail-- Forget Ireland, Spain is the real nightmare
National Post-- FBI raids three hedge funds in insider case: report
National Post-- Irish PM to push budget through, call election after
Vancouver Sun-- Vancouver's Potash One agrees to takeover offer by K+S
New York Times-- FDR, Reagan and Obama
Guardian UK online-- €90bn Irish bailout ends in turmoil – now Europe fears crisis will spread
Telegraph UK online-- Portugal next as EMU's Máquina Infernal keeps ticking
Sydney Daily Telegraph-- Mining tax 'not that hard' to understand - Henry
China Daily-- 'Draconian' measures may be on the cards
Times of India-- Dramatic fall in Indian iron ore exports to China

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