Stocks Fall 1% After Health Ruling; Banks Sag – CNBC
Barclays: Cameron says bank faces 'serious questions' – BBC
RIM results likely to be dismal – CBC
Another chapter in the Research In Motion drama will begin Thursday as the company releases its first-quarter earnings results, which are widely expected to show more problems ahead for the BlackBerry maker.
REFILE-Eaton, IRS tangle over cross-border pricing pacts - Reuters
Eaton Corp is challenging the Internal Revenue Service in U.S. Tax Court, arguing that the agency broke agreements dealing with how the company moves assets and money across international borders, a volatile issue in the tax world.
IRS suspends issuing ITINs without original documentation – Journal of Accountancy
Beginning June 22, 2012, and continuing until the IRS issues new rules (which it says it will do by the beginning of the 2013 filing season), the IRS will not issue individual taxpayer identification numbers (ITINs) unless the applicants provide original documents such as passports or birth certificates, or certified copies of those documents from the issuing agencies
Greece needs more cuts not higher taxes, says IMF - BBC
Stock Dividends Sending Buy Signal, But Be Careful - CNBC
Obama proposes $1.5 trillion in new taxes - CBC
Loonie sinks over European debt pressure - CBC
IEA increases oil demand estimate – CBC
RIM to cut jobs – CBC
Alibaba splits Taobao, China's biggest retail website – BBC
US current account deficit widens as oil imports rise – BBC
Carney keeps rate at 1% - CBC
Budget forecasts remain intact: Flaherty – CBC
Auto Sales: High Prices, Less Cars Likely Hurt in May – CNBC
Higher car prices and a shortage of fuel-efficient vehicles likely threw a roadblock in the U.S. auto industry's recovery path in May, when the Japan crisis had its biggest impact on U.S. sales so far.
Eurozone inflation falls as unemployment stays flat - BBC
House Republicans reject US debt limit bill – BBC
Economic recovery at risk over oil supply says IEA – BBC
Critics Take Aim at ECB Boss Jean-Claude Trichet – CNBC
As he prepares to stand down from the European Central Bank later this year, Jean-Claude Trichet could be forgiven for asking himself why he bothers. Having steered the euro zone through crisis after crisis, the criticism of his time running Europe’s central bank gets louder and louder.
Greece to start selling domestic assets to ease debts – BBC
Most States Seeing Further Gains in Tax Revenue – CNBC
Air travel up 8% in 2010: IATA - CBC
China Baidu search engine profits more than treble - BBC
Egypt unrest: Moody's downgrades five banks - BBC
Bank of Canada expected to hold rates - CBC
Desire Petroleum shares fall as oil firm strikes water - BBC
Futures Remain Lower After Home Price News - CNBC
U.S. stock index futures continued to fall sharply ahead of the open Tuesday after an index of home prices fell unexpectedly and as fear of contagion from the European debt crisis continued to rattle investors.
Making use of tax breaks in giving can be involved - USA Today
Unless your last name is Scrooge, you probably don't give to charity just to get a tax deduction. But if you're charitably inclined, there's nothing wrong with taking advantage of tax breaks designed to encourage giving.
India economy grows by forecast-beating 8.9 percent - The Sydney Morning Herald
Debt, Taxes & Bernanke in Focus on Wall Street Tuesday - CNBC
Irish bank's deposits drop 17% since June - CBC
Ireland anticipates massive loan - tvnz.co.nz
Doubts on euro debt lift yields in Spain - Business Day
Spain raised 3.654 billion euros ($A5.05 billion) in 10-year and 31-year bonds on Thursday but had to offer higher yields as investors sought greater returns due to renewed concerns over eurozone debt levels.
GM shares lose momentum - Stuff.co.nz
General Motors Co made a triumphant return to Wall Street less than a year and a half after the government rescued the automaker and forced a massive overhaul but its shares lost momentum after an early bounce.
US inflation moves closer to zero - BBC
Argentina's Paris Club Debt to be Resolved by Early 2011, Lorenzino Says - Bloomberg
Argentina wants to resolve negotiations with the Paris Club group over defaulted debt before April to help boost investment in South America’s second- biggest economy, Finance Secretary Hernan Lorenzino said.
U.S. commission pitches $3.8T debt cutting plan - CBC
A commission set up by U.S. President Barack Obama is proposing an austerity plan that would reduce social security and Medicare benefits, modify personal and corporate tax rates and eliminate mortgage-interest tax deductibility.
GE to buy 25,000 electric vehicles by 2015 - CBC
Jobs to be Cut to Secure International Loan – All Africa.com
Thousands of public servants in Swaziland are due to lose their jobs in cutbacks as part of a government bid to gain approval from the International Monetary Fund for a loan. But some Swazis would rather see the budget slashed for the country’s autocratic royals.
Greek Unemployment Rises to 12.2% in August - CNBCGreek officials say unemployment in the debt-ridden country rose to 12.2 percent in August, from 12 percent in July, after some 46,000 jobs were lost.
Bank Chiefs Call for Standards on the Standards - The Wall street Journal
Canadian dollar trades at parity - CBCThe Canadian dollar traded above parity and gold continued to gain after reaching record highs a day earlier.
Energy price spike looms, agency says - CBC
Vodafone exits Japan and raises profit forecast - BBC
China, Germany and South Africa criticise US stimulus - BBC
US insurance giant AIG loses $2.4bn in quarter - BBC
Loonie see-saws at parity - CBC
Unemployment rate dips to 7.9% - CBC
U.S. economy adds 151,000 jobs - CBC
Blue-chip cos may have evaded 27,000cr in taxes - The Economic Times
NEW DELHI: In one of the biggest tax recoveries to be made from blue-chip companies, the finance ministry has asked Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) to reopen income-tax returns of entities found to have allegedly evaded taxes estimated at over Rs 27,000 crore by wrongly claiming derivative losses.
China: QE2 exposes global monetary flaws - CNBCBEIJING - The U.S. Federal Reserve's launch of more quantitative easing is understandable, but the decision may pose problems for the global economy and illustrates why the international monetary system must be reformed, China's central bank governor said on Friday.
PotashCorp decision slows loonie - CBC
Markets up sharply on Fed stimulus - CBC
Eskom clinches $15bn loan from Development Bank of Southern Africa - Business Day
ESKOM’S multi-billion rand capital expansion programme has received a shot in the arm after the utility and the Development Bank of Southern African (DBSA) sealed a R15bn loan to finance Eskom projects.
Next year will be a year unlike any other for the stock market - News Observer
Eurozone interest rate held at 1% - BBCThe European Central Bank (ECB) has kept interest rates in the eurozone on hold at a record low 1% for the 18th month in a row.
India, Australia hike interest rates - CBC
The central banks of India and Australia moved Tuesday to curb inflation by raising key interest rates.The Reserve Bank of India's quarter-point hike in its short-term lending rate to 6.25 per cent was the sixth increase since March and another sign of the difference in the pace of recovery between emerging Asian economies and the developed world.
United Nations Global Compact initiative launched - The Herald
The United Nations Global Compact initiative that seeks to advance 10 universal corporate principles in the areas of human rights, fair labour practices, environment and anti-corruption was launched during the Employers Confederation of Zimbabwe annual congress in Victoria Falls last week.
US Public Pensions Face Day of Reckoning - CNBC
In 2006, US regulators, reacting to the 2000 stock market crash and the so-called “perfect storm”, implemented broad rules for corporate defined benefit pension plans on liability valuation and financial reporting (SFAS 158), and on funding (the Pension Protection Act).
BP back to profit after oil spill - BBC
Imperial Oil Q3 profit down 24% - CBC
Imperial Oil's third-quarter profit slumped by $129 million, or 24 per cent, because of scheduled maintenance at the Syncrude oilsands operation and the strong Canadian dollar, the company said Monday.
PotashCorp shares flutter on bid speculation - CBC
Federal Reserve to unveil economic stimulus - The Herald (Scotland)
Toshaos meet a groundbreaking achievement - Guyana Chronicle OnlineThe recently concluded National Toshaos Council (NTC) Meeting will be remembered for being the forum at which the mechanism for accessing monies that could alter Guyana’s development trajectory were finalised, and unease about the coming to fruition of the Norway funds put to rest.
Foreign buyers in 45% of oilpatch deals - CBC
Economic Growth at 2% as Recovery Sputters Forward - CNBC/Reuters
US vows to get China ties right. - Sydney Morning Herald