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)

Commodities:
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)

Environment:
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)