Wednesday, May 13, 2009

More economic issues

MEDIA BAILOUT BEGINS: State OKs tax cut for newspapers...

Obama Eyes Bank Pay Overhaul; Curb Compensation Across Finance...

NYT: 'Relatively little' stimulus spending so far...

Local projects slow to start...

US to borrow 46 cents for every dollar spent: The government will have to borrow nearly 50 cents for every dollar it spends this year, exploding the record federal deficit past $1.8 trillion under new White House estimates.

Now What Do We Do?

Relaxing After Bank Stress Tests? You Shouldn't

Who's Overseeing The Fed? - No One! - Vid

Captains Of Industry Don't Go Down With Ships

Oil Hits Six Month High

Hitachi Posts Record Loss In Japan

Nissan Posts First Loss In Ten Years

Economist Says Govt Had Key Role In Crisis

China's Exports Suffer - Demand Drops

Microsoft Launches First Ever Bond

Krugman Fears Lost Decade For US

BofA Raises $7.3B From CCB Stake

HSBC Profits Fall As Bad Debt Worsen

Middle Class Plunged Into Crisis By Recession

RBS's John Hourican Makes £11m In A Month

Bankers Line Up To Profit From Failure

City Investment Banks To Plan Own Demise?

Money Launderers Put Billions Thru Intl Trade

Chinese Deflation Picks Up Speed

Local UK Govts Lose £2.5 Billion Of Income

China Cuts Lending Amid Asset Bubble Fear

Iceland Seeks EU Accession Talks

Obama Unveils $2 Trillions Healthcare Cuts

Enjoy The 'Rally'...Sucker Punch Coming

Queen's Bank Ran £1bn Tax Dodge

The End Of The Age Of Free

Money Printing Starting To Work Says BoE

Allen Stanford Was 'US Government Informer'

In-House Fraud Cases Surge

Spain Unhappy As Soup Kitchens Spring Up

Stiglitz - 'Green Shoots'? Don't Speak Too Soon

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