Wednesday, March 16, 2016

Daily News Roundup: Fact, Donuts Are Healthier Than Crystal Meth

Business & Finance:
Fed scales back rate-rise forecasts as global risks remain (Bloomberg)
U.K. employment hits another record as wages climb (The Telegraph)

Commodities:
Kinross rally gets endorsement from TD and Scotiabank-led group (Bloomberg)
Oil companies bounce back after double whammy boost (The Telegraph)
Oil up 4% as OPEC firms up meet, U.S. gasoline demand soars (Reuters)
Peabody, world's largest coal firm, may seek chapter 11 (Fortune)

International Affairs:
Venezuela sets one-week shutdown to manage power crisis (Bloomberg)
Russia brings its planes home from Syria (The Economist)

Environment:
The world's carbon dioxide emissions have stablised (The Economist)
U.S. set to smash solar power records this year (Investors)

Art & Design:
Kazuyo sejima to design a reflective japanese express train (Design Boom)
Portraits of five year olds in Syria and have only known war (Design You Trust)
Sparky the sparrow taking a bath (Incredible Things)

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