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02  décembre     17h34
European Union officials set Russian oil price cap at 60 a barrel
   The European Union on Friday agreed to cap Russian oil prices at a barrel after several days of intense negotiations over an appropriate level
The U.S. wants the EU to be strict with China. But Europe can’t afford it
   The United States has stepped up its heavy rhetoric against China and wants Europe to follow suit But the bloc can t quite afford to do the same
The Fed’s path to a ’Goldilocks’ economy just got a little more complicated
   As far as jobs reports go November s wasn t exactly what the Federal Reserve was looking for
Payrolls and wages blow past expectations, flying in the face of Fed rate hikes
   Nonfarm payrolls were expected to increase by in November according to Dow Jones estimates
Goldman Sachs warns traders of shrinking bonus pool as Wall Street hunkers down
   Wall Street is grappling with sharp declines in revenue after parts of the industry involved in taking companies public and issuing stocks and bonds seized up
Amazon media chief Jeff Blackburn retires from the company for the second time
   Longtime Amazon employee Jeff Blackburn is retiring for the second time from the online retail and cloud computing giant
Chinese Grand Prix cancelled: Formula 1 2023 calendar back to 23 races as replacement options discussed
   Formula has cancelled the Chinese Grand Prix
Tech layoffs send visa holders on frantic search for employment to avoid deportation
   The spike in tech layoffs is creating a particularly stressful holiday season for employees on work visa programs who have a short window to find a new job
Tesla CEO Elon Musk kicks off first Semi truck deliveries
   Tesla originally showed off the Semi design in Dec
Carnival’s Princess Cruises will return to Japan in March 2023 after nearly three-year hiatus
   Princess Cruises will launch trips from Tokyo starting next year after Japan lifted its ban on international cruises
Rolls-Royce uses hydrogen produced with wind and tidal power to test jet engine
   Rolls Royce and easyJet said they had carried out the ground test of a jet engine that used hydrogen produced from tidal and wind power
35% of millionaires say it’s ’going to take a miracle’ to be ready for retirement, report finds
   Fewer Americans including millionaires feel confident about their financial standing
Toyota secures funding to develop hydrogen fuel cell version of its Hilux pickup in the UK
   Toyota Motor Manufacturing UK is heading up the consortium
Christina Ricci’s collection of Chanel bags helped fund her divorce: ’I learned to use these investment pieces in different ways’
   In November Christina Ricci told the Sunday Times Style magazine that she sold a lot of things to help fund her divorce from James Heerdegen
From ’antiwork’ to ’act your wage’ more disgruntled workers flocked to Reddit in 2022
   The top trending keywords among work related subreddits or communities in include antiwork act your wage and quiet quitting Reddit says
Elon Musk suspends Ye’s Twitter account after swastika post
   Ye formerly known as Kanye West appeared to post an image of a swastika a symbol synonymous with the Nazis inside a Star of David
Wrong Covid test results in China raise concerns ’the pandemic may never end’
   Local frustration with Covid controls in China has increasingly targeted virus testing requirements and the big business they ve fueled
Mark Mobius predicts bitcoin could crash 40% to 10,000 next year
   Bitcoin could crash to a more than plunge from current prices veteran investor Mark Mobius told CNBC on Thursday
Hong Kong’s Hang Seng had its best month since 1998, but remains in bear market territory
   Hong Kong s economy has been battered by Beijing s prolonged zero Covid policy that has shut out travelers from mainland China and dampened consumer confidence
Singapore and New York are the most expensive cities to live in, EIU says
   Singapore has once again been ranked as the most expensive city to live in sharing the top spot with New York City this year according to the Economist EIU
01  décembre     08h21
China signals slight Covid policy easing but don’t expect sweeping changes yet
   A trickle of changes around China s Covid controls in the last day is raising hopes that broader relaxation is on the way
Mark Cuban: Former FTX CEO Sam Bankman-Fried should be afraid of going to jail’
   A class action lawsuit filed against former FTX CEO Sam Bankman Fried is seeking billion in damages for allegedly misleading customers
CNBC Stock World Cup 2022: Recap of winners and losers so far
   If you invest today which of the two companies going head to head will give you a greater total return over the next months We ask experts
Key inflation measure that the Fed follows rose 0.2% in October, less than expected
   The core personal consumption expenditures price index was expected to rise in October and from a year ago according to Dow Jones estimates
02  décembre     13h59
Fauci says China has done a bad job of vaccinating the elderly and their shots are not very effective against Covid
   Rare protests broke out across China over the weekend against Covid lockdowns and strict quarantine procedures
01  décembre     17h17
In defensive interview, Sam Bankman-Fried claims he’s broke and committed no fraud
   Former FTX CEO Sam Bankman Fried sat down with CNBC s Andrew Ross Sorkin at the Dealbook Summit discussing the collapse of FTX
Tesla recalls 435,000 cars in China over rear light issue and will issue software update
   A total of Tesla Model and Model Y vehicles could be affected by the issue in which a software defect stops the rear lights from illuminating
Elon Musk shows off updates to his brain chips and says he’s going to install one in himself when they are ready
   Elon Musk s health tech venture Neuralink shared updates to its brain implant technology during a show and tell recruitment event
Elon Musk meets Tim Cook, says Apple never considered removing Twitter app
   The meeting marks a significant de escalation days after Musk went on a tweet storm accusing Apple of threatening to pull the Twitter app from the App Store
U.S. sanctions 3 people following string of North Korean missile launches
   The Biden administration sanctions follow renewed North Korean ballistic missile tests