Sunday, June 26, 2016

Daily News Roundup: The Key To Slicing Onions And Not Crying Is To Not Form An Emotional Attachment To Them

International Affairs:
Britain sailing into a storm with no-one at the wheel (The Economist)
Brexit: Chaos was predicted and now chaos has ensued (The Economist)

Business & Finance:
Ambrose Evans Pritchard: The sky has not fallen but we face years of hard labor (The Telegraph)
Brexit: America's next headache (The Economist)
Scotland's second chance to steal London's financial crown? (Bloomberg)
Brexit: The contagion spreads (The Economist)
Pound's loss seen as just the beginning with U.K. turmoil (Bloomberg)
Post Brexit mayhem spread across all sectors (Financial Post)
Pound traders re-group after Brexit no-one envisioned (Bloomberg)
Leading bosses press the Government to secure access to European single market (The Telegraph)

Gold soars as investors seek safe haven from Brexit fallout: Trajectory of gold is even higher (Financial Post)

Solar power to grow six-fold by 2030 as Sun becomes cheapest resource (The Standard)

Art & Design: 
The Aston Martin Vanquish Zagato (Hi Consumption)
The MIA commuter bike (Bless This Stuff)
Rastaman: The eco-friendly turntable (Man of Many)
The Green Hell: Mercedes AMG GT-R (Uncrate)