Thursday, February 25, 2016

Daily News Roundup: I had some fruit today. Actually, it was fruit juice. The juice was a little old, so it had actually fermented. It was wine. I had wine today.

Business & Finance:
Pimco adviser sees "The trade of a decade in Emerging markets" (Bloomberg)
A Brexit-inspired sterling crisis could be just what the doctor ordered (The Telegraph)
The danger of a Brexit (The Economist)
Halliburton cuts 8% of workforce (Zero Hedge)

International Affairs:
Greece warns of humanitarian disaster over refugees (Bloomberg)

Commodities:
CIBC warns loan losses could double if economy slips into "recessionary environment" (Financial Post)
Ontario court ruling opens road to Ring of Fires $60 billion in mineral wealth (Financial Post)
China tries to tackle its commodities crisis (Bloomberg)
Energy price war spreads to gas as US shale storms global market, stalks Russia (The Telegraph)
Russia not to increase oil output in 2016 (Tass)

Environment:
Norway announces Europe's largest onshore wind project (Tree Hugger)
India plans 750 MW solar park with 100 MW storage capacity (Clean Technica)

Art & Design:
A plush Vincent Van Gogh doll that comes with a detachable left ear (Design You Trust)
Star Wars posters by Matt Ferguson (Bless this stuff)
Candide Thovex: One of those days 3 (Gear Patrol)