Monday, February 29, 2016

Daily News Roundup: If you condense my whole life down to one day, it's pretty decent.

International Affairs:
Trump looks unstoppable (Bloomberg)
The party's front runner is unfit to lead America (The Economist)

Business & Finance:
Citi: Worrisome change in the new corporate debt market (Bloomberg)
Eurozone slides back into deflation (The Telegraph)
China slowdown bites with 1.8 million coal and steal jobs set to go (The Telegraph)
Chicago PMI collapses from "mysterious" January bounce as employment crashes to 7 year lows (Zero Hedge)
Commodities:
Natural gas futures decline as investors eye early spring (Bloomberg)
Bullish oil bets rise as hedge funds see supply tightening (Bloomberg)
Iran planning to ramp up oil production (Click 2 Houston)

Environment:
World's largest floating solar farm powers up outside of London (The Guardian)
PG&G  says 30% of the energy it delivers comes from renewables (Wind Power Engineering)

Art & Design:
Freight trucks to become mobile art galleries (Design You Trust)
Land Rover 40th Anniversary edition by Over Finch (Hi Consumption)
Presenting the Alfa Romeo Disco Volante (The Awesomer)
Chris Rock's opening monolgoue at the Academy Awards (The Awesomer)

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