Tuesday, May 10, 2016

Daily News Roundup: Scariest Thing To Come Out Of The Middle East Is Algebra

Business & Finance:
Bank of America strategist warns of imminent vortex of negative headlines to send U.S. stocks plummeting (Bloomberg)
U.S. stocks cap biggest rally in two months as commodities rebound (Bloomberg)
Eurozone recovery wilts as sugar rush fades, deflation lurks (The Telegraph)

International Affairs:
Obama to be first sitting U.S. President to visit Hiroshima (International Business Times)
Saudi Arabia looks to bring in billions of foreign dollars by planning stock market reforms (Financial Post)
Greek bond yields drop to year low as investors cheer success of crisis talks (The Telegraph)

Amid low oil prices and crude rout, Russian executive warns of Cartel's collapse (International Business Times)
Encana said to weigh sale of western Canadian shale assets (Bloomberg)
Big oil abandons US$2.5 billion in U.S. Artic drilling rights after crude prices plummet (Financial Post)
The U.S. natural gas export boom means pipelines an LNG (Forbes)

Nissan unveils new power system where electric cars feed energy back into the grid (The Telegraph)
France's Total eyes renewable energy (AFR)
China's total wind power generation to triple by 2030 (Renewable Energy Focus)

Art & Design:
The 50 most influential gadgets of all time (Man Of Many)
The 15 coolest buildings in the First British Architects' International Prize (Bloomberg)
The Rad Mini electric folding bike (Hi Consumption)
Diamond Atelier BMW Mark II Series Motorcycle (Uncrate)