Monday, January 25, 2016

Daily News Roundup: I love cooking with wine. I even add it to the food sometimes.

International Affairs:
Mid-Caps in Britain have the most to lose from Brexit (Bloomberg)

Business & Finance:
Cracks exposed in U.S. bond market as liquidity woes warp market (Bloomberg)
Iran's banks could be allowed to restart trading in U.K. after trading sanctions lifted (The Telegraph)
America's banks are not yet out of the woods (The Economist)
Stocks have put in a low, but it's not the big low (Market Watch)

Commodities:
Oil drops after Saudis say they will maintain spending (Bloomberg)
Gold is back in fashion at $15 trillion global selloff (Bloomberg)
Eldorado Gold warns of $1.6 billion write down after halting work in Greece (Financial Post)

Environment:
Japan's Kyocera begins construction on world's largest floating solar array (Power Technology)

Art & Design:
"Star Wars" imagined as "Calvin and Hobbes" (Design You Trust)
 Wide Open: Beck and The Chemical Brothers (The Awesomer)  

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