Ten of the business stories in the UK Sunday papers that caught my eye:
Brown looking to Insurance - For another tax raid, destroying the pensions industry has not sated his appetite.
Aldermaston US sale- my hunch is that this, our only producer of nuclear weapons, will get sold to Carlyle.
Barlcays all clear to buy ABN - RBS seems to be holed beneath the water after the anti-competitive Dutch behaviour.
Network Rail Criticised - All that taxpayer money and still no efficiency...
Record Oil Prices - This will hit inflation, rates will still have to hit 6%, despite the obvious slowdown in the real world.
The Wall of Money - How our economy will be affected by a wall of money coming from abroad.
New tax for housebuilders - Broon returns to form, higher taxes are not going to encourage supply.
Postal Strikes - The Royal mail, staff and management, continues to dig its own grave.
Lots of Profit Warnings - But according to official stats we are growing at 3%p.a. and everything is set fair in the UK garden of happiness. Someone is wrong here, but who?
Branson to compete with Second Life- of interest too all Blogpowerers' I am sure.