Tuesday, February 02, 2016

Daily News Roundup: I'm not saying I hate you, what I'm saying is that you are literally the Monday of my life.

Business & Finance:
FTSE tumbles as oil dips below $33 (The Telegraph)
Ferrari sinks to record low on slowing growth (Bloomberg)
Bank bear market gets worse as Goldman, Citi sell off again (Bloomberg)
Corporate bonds go negative (Bloomberg)
China stocks jump to strong close after central bank pours in cash (South China Morning Post)

Commodities:
BP looks ahead to $60 oil after $5.2 billion annual loss (The Telegraph)
Chevron joins downgraded crude explorers, Exxon may be next (Bloomberg)
Why low oil prices could be sending the global economy into a tailspin (Financial Post)

Environment:
Bottling Himalayan water could be bad for a whole region's environment (The Economist)
U.S. Senate wants to decrease CO2 by increasing nuclear energy (Forbes)
Germany leads Europe in offshore wind energy growth (The Guardian)

International Affairs:
China has $23 billion in debt that may be junk (Bloomberg)

Art & Design:
The Making of Star Wars: The Definitive Story (Design You Trust)
Land Rover Defender by Kahn (Hi Consumption)
Presenting the Sommerset Bike (Design Boom)
Narconomics: How to Run a Drug Cartel (Werd.)