Friday, August 05, 2016

Daily News Roundup: Don't Do School, Eat Your Drugs, Stay In Vegetables

Business and Finance:
Cheap labor is the big winner in U.S. jobs data (Bloomberg)
Monte di Paschi clean-up would still leave bank in danger zone (Bloomberg)
FTSE 100 smashes 6,800 as investors cheer post-Brexit stimulus package and bumper U.S. jobs data (The Telegraph)


International Affairs:
Tensions in Turkey are spilling over to Germany (The Economist)
Will China really turn off the lights in Britain? (Bloomberg)
Trump in the dumps (The Economist)

Commodities:
Several OPEC members may resume talks on oil production freeze in fall (Sputnik News)
China's coal use peaked in 2013 to 2014 (Hellenic Shipping News)
Gold equity overdue (AU Report)
Cheap oil has killed nearly 200,000 U.S. jobs (Clickon Detroit)
China's record gasoline exports signal worsening domestic glut (Hellenic Shipping News)

Environment:
Mercedes is about to unveil an entire fleet of electric vehicles (Bloomberg)
Africa battles to get big solar projects on grid (Reuters)

Art& Design:
The Triumph Rocket (Hi Consumption)
The Aston Martin/Red Bull Hypercar (Man Of Many)
The most beautiful car ever created, the Ford GT 40 Mk1 (Uncrate)
What was once lost is now found, Elvis' BMW 507 (Uncrate)