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)

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)

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)