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CNBC: Delay Brexit? ‘I’d rather be dead in a ditch,’ says British PM Boris Johnson
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson promised on Thursday he would never delay Britain’s exit from the European Union, due on Oct. 31, saying he would rather be “dead in a ditch” than do so. [Read more...]
Bloomberg: Stock Futures Mark Time Before U.S. Jobs, Powell: Markets Wrap
U.S. and European stock futures were little changed ahead of Friday’s American employment report and remarks by Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell. Treasuries saw modest declines after yesterday’s sharp sell-off. [Read more...]
Bloomberg: The Silicon Valley Heavyweights Who Want to Settle the Moon
The moon is all the rage these days. China wants to send people there. So too does the United States and NASA. In fact, just about every country with a space program has some sort of lunar ambition that they hope will play out over the next few years. [Read more...]
Bloomberg: Apple Plans Return of Touch ID and New Cheap iPhone
Apple Inc. is developing in-screen fingerprint technology for as early as its 2020 iPhones, according to people familiar with the plans. The technology is in testing both inside Apple and among the company’s overseas suppliers, though the timeline for its release may slip to the 2021 iPhone refresh. [Read more...]
Bloomberg: Fitch Downgrades Hong Kong for First Time Since 1995 on Turmoil
Fitch Ratings Inc. downgraded Hong Kong as an issuer of long-term, foreign currency debt for the first time since 1995, saying that the territory’s recent political turmoil raises doubts about its governance. [Read more...]
Bloomberg: Finance Shrinks, IT Booms in London’s Multi-Speed Economy
London’s economy is a fifth bigger than it was in 2012 but not every sector has shared in the boom. No industry has done worse than financial services, which shrank by almost 12% over the past two years, according to quarterly regional GDP estimates published for the first time. [Read more...]
Bloomberg: Erdogan Locks In on Chasing Growth That Turkey Saw Before Crisis
Undaunted by Turkey’s near-certain failure to come close to its economic growth goal this year, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has set a target for 2020 that’s twice as ambitious. [Read more...]
Reuters: Slower U.S. job growth expected, but enough to support economy
U.S. job growth likely slowed further in August, but the pace of gains probably remains sufficient to keep the economy expanding moderately amid rising threats from trade tensions and weakness overseas that have left financial markets fearing a recession. [Read more...]
Reuters: Oil rises, set for weekly gain amid hopes for end to U.S.-China trade war
Oil prices edged higher on Friday, with crude benchmarks poised for multi-week gains amid a sharp drawdown in U.S. crude inventories, while trade tensions eased after Washington and Beijing agreed to hold high-level talks next month. [Read more...]
CNBC: Growing backlash in China against A.I. and facial recognition
China’s seemingly unfettered push into facial recognition is getting some high-level pushback. Face-swapping app Zao went viral last weekend, but it subsequently triggered a backlash from media — both state-run and private — over the apparent lack of data privacy protections. [Read more...]
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