Friday, May 27, 2016

Daily News Roundup: If I had a dollar for every time a person over 40 told me my generation sucks, I'd have enough money to buy a house in the economy in they ruined.

Business & Finance:
Yellen says Fed hike probably appropriate in "coming months" (Bloomberg)
Banks are revived as fears over referendum recede (The Telegraph)

Commodities:
Battle inside OPEC eases as Saudi Oil strategy finally pays off (Bloomberg)
Commodities hit by oil and metal falls amid flat pre-holiday trading (The Telegraph)
World's biggest LNG buyer becomes seller as gas glut builds (Bloomberg)
Brazil seeks to ease oil exploitation rules (Hellenic Shipping News)

International Affairs:
Brexit and Remain camps are misleading voters, MPs say (Bloomberg)
North Korea linked to breach of global banks in first known case of a nation hacking just to steal (Financial Post)
Cracks show in German support for Russia sanctions (Wall Street Journal)
America's president plays the Vietnam card (The Economist)

Environment:
Harnessing solar and wind energy in one device (Energy Harvesting Journal)
India's installed solar capacity reach 6,000 MW in 6 years (India Times)
The lean, green bike washing machine (Man of Many)

Art & Design:
Terradyne Gurkha RPV civilian edition (Hi Consumption)
SUP Hydrofoil (Bless This Stuff)
Nerf N-Strike Elite Terrascout drone blaster (Uncrate)
2017 Nissan GT-R Nismo (Uncrate)

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