Tuesday, December 07, 2010

It's the economy, Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Going where no Tim bit has gone before, Western Canada's forestry industry is back and the Eurozone is on it's own, some of the items of interest for our Tuesday financial review.

Globe and Mail-- Auto workers left on sidelines as sector rebounds
Globe and Mail-- Carney holds rates, cites export slowdown
National Post-- Manifest Destiny: First Tim Horton's opens in Nunavut
National Post-- The big losers In Ireland's austerity budget: poor people
Vancouver Sun-- Western Canadian forestry sector back in black due to robust Asian market
New York Times-- Rigs in Gulf Ready to Drill, but There’s Little Work
Guardian UK online-- Ireland budget: Republic braced for high taxes and lower welfare payments
Telegraph UK online-- Eurozone members left to fend off markets alone
Sydney Daily Telegraph-- Reserve Bank's official interest rate kept on hold at 4.75pc
China Daily-- Economic restructuring, a bigger challenge than inflation
Times of India-- Economy booms, but inflation high: Mid-year review

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