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)

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)

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)