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)

Commodities:
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)

Environment:
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)

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