Saturday, April 09, 2016

Daily News Roundup: Good morning, I see the assasins have failed.

International Affairs:
U.K.'s worst quarter since 2012 (Bloomberg)
Panama Papers scratch surface of the global shell game (The Telegraph)
Djibouti: It's all about the bases (The Economist)

Business & Finance:
ECB's Mersch: Decreasing returns on Central Bank action (Bloomberg)
Does the bond rally have legs? (Financial Post)
Why it's time to turn cautious on the markets (Financial Post)

Three oil majors have debt cut (Bloomberg)
Chinese mills will sustain steel exports at high levels for years (Bloomberg)
Oil rig count falls for third straight week (Yahoo)
Goldman Sachs: OPEC output to rise 0.6m bpd in 2016 and 0.5m bpd in 2017 (Hellenic Shipping News)
Rising Middle East LNG demand boosts demand for U.S. LNG (Hellenic Shipping News)

IEA: China, Japan, U.S. leading solar energy boom (Fuel Fix)
Vestas confirms it is in talks to with Egypt over wind power plans (Renewables)

Art & Desgin:
Callaway Aerowagon C7 Corvette Stingray (Hi Consumption)
Explora Patagonia Hotel (Uncrate)
Presenting the M1 grill (Uncrate)
Star Wars: Rogue One trailer (The Coolector)