Friday, February 05, 2016

Daily News Roundup: How much for the horse tornado? That's a carousel. I'll take it.

Business & Finance:
Millennials are starting to change the stock market (Bloomberg)
European shares fall as oil drops, U.S. payrolls miss forecasts (Bloomberg)
The fight between Mrs Clinton and Mr Sanders takes a ferocious new turn (The Economist)

How much oil output halted due to low prices? Just 0.1% (Bloomberg)
Oil market spiral threatens to prick global debt bubble, warns BIS (The Telegraph)
Natural gas consumption falls for the first time in China (ABC)

World's biggest wind farm in the world given the go-ahead in Britain (Yahoo)
Morocco turns on massive solar power plant in Sahara (Indian Info Line)

International Affairs:
Pope and Russian Orthodox patriarch to meet for first time in 1000 years (Haaretz
Poland's Kaczynski backs deal with Cameron to keep Britain in the EU (Daily Mail)

Art & Design:
Robot hits hole in one, puts other golfers to shame (Slash Gear)
Europe's first underwater sculpture museum (Design You Trust)
The Wirra Willa Pavillion (Bless This Stuff)
Stage a water balloon war with bunch o' balloons (Man of Many)