18th May 2011
The Daily Mail are reporting on the issue of new climate change targets and how they will affect the population, creating a new era of green taxes and soaring fuel bills for millions of cash-strapped households and arguably having little positive effect on tackling climate change.
Reuters is discussing the beginning of a new dotcom boom – but is it another bubble?
The Wall Street Journal are looking into the collapse of the alliance between BP and Rosneft, and how the share holders are feeling, with many relieved that BP wouldn't be expanding its already-large exposure to Russia.
The Telegraph are also looking into the story behind the BP and Rosneft deal and whether is the tragedy it first appeared.
The New York Times are looking into how the weather abnormalities are affecting their economy, the swollen Mississippi River is washing away crops, harvests and jobs.
The Telegraph are discussing the question shareholders should not forget to ask Lloyds at today's AGM
The Guardian have also brought up the state owned banks annual meeting and the concern of difficult questions over a multimillion-pound pay deal for its new chief executive.
The Guardian are discussing the prospect of Greece defaulting on its debts and the Lehman Brothers style reaction it could cause.
China is trying to stave off an energy shortage by rationing electricity during the peak summer season to attempt to cull the power cuts that often occur says the BBC News.