Tuesday, January 12, 2016

News Roundup: Abs are cool, but have you tried stuffed crust pizza?

International Affairs:
RBS cries "sell everything" as deflationary crisis nears (The Telegraph)
China's hard landing to trigger meltdown in India (Zero Hedge)

Business & Finance:
British Columbia says Kinder Morgan hasn't met pipe conditions (Bloomberg)
How David Bowie became a pioneer in the worlds of finance and the internet (The Telegraph)
Is this 2008 all over again? George Soros sounds the alarm (The Economist)
We are entering a period of "irrational pessimism" (Financial Post)
 
Commodities:

Morgan Stanley see chance of $20 oil (Bloomberg)
Commodities on the ropes, world stocks shaky as China takes fresh pounding (Financial Post)
Crude oil tumbles to 12 year low as Hedge Funds or exit (Bloomberg)
Unwanted piles of corn, soy spurs most bearish crop outlook ever (Bloomberg)

Environment:
Denmark ramps up renewable investment in Iran (Oil Price)
Egypt offering $6 billion in green energy prospects (Trade Arabia)

Art & Design:
Blackstar: David Bowie's final album (The Economist)
Smallest vehicle at the Detroit Auto Show: The Audi Lunar Quattro (Slash Gear)
 A floating forest is being installed in Rotterdam (Design You Trust)
 Yes, it's happening Elvis and Nixon (Michael Shannon and Kevin Spacey) the movie (The Awesomer)



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