Tuesday, November 23, 2010

It's the economy, Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Fewer hot dogs for Ontario teachers, fewer dollars now for Spain and the power of Oprah, some of the items of interest from our review of Tuesday's financial news.

Globe and Mail-- Fed cuts economic outlook
Globe and Mail-- Should euro weaklings just default?
National Post-- Teachers' sells 15% Maple Leaf stake at discount
National Post-- Irish bailout may leave EU strapped for Spain
Vancouver Sun-- Oprah endorses Lululemon pants; firm's shares at record high
New York Times-- F.D.I.C. Says Many Small Lenders Are Still at Risk
Guardian UK Online-- Euro crisis worsens after bond investor says cash will be taken out of Ireland
Telegraph UK Online-- Altogether now, sing along with the Irish... Who’s Sorry Now?
Sydney Daily Telegraph-- Ireland 'highlights our strength', says Wayne Swan
China Daily-- China takes steps to guarantee domestic oil supply
Times of India-- Govt will 'overcome' difficulties to tame inflation: PM

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