10 Second Headlines

08-Jan-2010

10 Second Headlines of the Week – 08-Jan-2010 China Doubling of loans last year caused property prices to rise “too quickly” according to Premier Wen Jiabao. China’s Central Bank raised interest rates for the… Read More

15-Jan-2010

10 Second Headlines of the Week – 15-Jan-2010 China Fears Rebellion China re-affirms control over the internet and has told Google and other internet companies to co-operate with state control. China fears rebellion and… Read More

30-Dec-2009

10 Second Headlines of the Week – 30-Dec-2009 Housing China: Housing bubble threatens China’s Boom. Fannie Mae: On Christmas Eve the Obama Administration lifted the lending cap on Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, the… Read More

10 Second Headlines of the week 23-Dec-2009

10 Second Headlines of the Week 23-Dec-2009 World News China: As for the past many years, China is aiming for economic growth of 8% in 2010, however one Chinese investment firm is anticipating 12%… Read More

18-Dec-2009

10 Second Headlines of the Week 18-Dec-2009 + How our ‘10 Seconds’ fits in with our “9 Steps to Economic Recovery” + Step 7 – “The Sugar High” Federal Reserve pledged December 16th to… Read More

10 Second Headlines of the week 12/11/09

10 Second Headlines of the Week 11-Dec-2009 World News Taxes, taxes, everywhere : In the State of Georgia, speeders will be paying a surcharge of $200, In Massachusetts there is a new 5% tax… Read More

12/04/09

10 Second Headlines of the Week 04-Dec-2009 Alberta’s budget update (New prices for fiscal year) A one dollar change in the price of oil represents $143 million, and a 10 cent change in natural… Read More

11/27/09

10 Second Headlines of the Week 27-Nov-2009 Dubai, the Persian Gulf Emirate whose state run companies are seeking to defer debt payments, may owe more than $80 billion to $90 billion in liabilities. –… Read More

10 Second Headlines of the week 11/20/09

10 Second Headlines of the Week November 20, 2009 The US Federal Government made $98 billion in improper payments in fiscal 2009 – i.e. $24 billion or 7.8% of total payments for Medicare fee-for-service… Read More