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02  octobre     22h19
It’s ’really the Google web’: Microsoft CEO testifies about how hard it is to break into search
   Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella testified about competing with Google in digital search during the federal antitrust trial against Google in Washington, D.C.
CNBC Daily Open: The Russell 2000 is flashing a warning
   The Russell fell . Monday, dragging down its year to date performance to negative . . While not a canary in a coal mine, it’s a cautionary tale.
Tesla reported 435,059 deliveries for the third quarter, and production of 430,488 vehicles
   Tesla just reported third quarter vehicle production and deliveries for .
The benchmark for small-cap stocks the Russell 2000 turned negative for the year
   The index fell into the red for the year, in stark comparison to the large cap focused S P .
Trump New York fraud trial ends first day with tax accountant testimony
   New York Attorney General Letitia James accuses Donald Trump, the Trump Organization and others of engaging in business fraud for years.
India’s elderly population will double and overtake the number of children by 2050
   India’s elderly population is predicted to double by and overtake the number of children in the country, according to the United Nations Population Fund.
Sphere Entertainment stock soars 11% after Las Vegas venue opening
   Sphere Entertainment’s stock jumped after the company opened its newest venue in Las Vegas over the weekend.
Money managers are shifting their attitude to ESG as ’realism’ sets in, says S&P’s Dan Yergin
   If you’re in a money management business, you do need returns, said S P Global’s Vice Chairman Dan Yergin.
The inside story of Dave Clark’s tumultuous last days at Flexport: Standoffs, politics, and spin
   Flexport founder Ryan Petersen claimed in public that Dave Clark’s tenure as CEO featured too much spending, but internal documents tell a different story
We are not in the business of ice cream’: Big Oil CEOs defend themselves against climate criticism
   Big Oil, on the back of record profits last year, has been accused of dialing back critically important climate pledges in recent months.
FTX customers who lost a fortune on the bankrupt exchange are doubling down on crypto
   FTX’s multibillion dollar cryptocurrency blowup hasn’t shaken some of its customers’ faith in the industry.
Congress and Washington wonder if Biden and McCarthy cut secret Ukraine funding deal
   A stopgap bill to fund the federal government until November avoided a shutdown but also lacked aid to Ukraine that President Joe Biden wants.
Bank of Japan hikes bond buying as benchmark yields hit decade peak
   Hawkish comments contained in the minutes of BOJ’s September meeting released Monday reignited expectations it’s slowly laying the groundwork to end negative interest rates.
Late-night shows return as actors restart negotiations with Hollywood studios
   Late night hosts return to TV on Monday as striking Hollywood actors resume talks with major studios.
FCC enforces first space debris penalty in 150,000 settlement with Dish
   The Federal Communications Commission announced a settlement with Dish Network on Monday in the regulator’s first penalty regarding space debris.
British Finance Minister Jeremy Hunt rules out short-term tax cuts
   U.K. Finance Minister Jeremy Hunt on Monday ruled out tax cuts in the short term, arguing that to reduce them now would be inflationary.
29  septembre     04h51
Apps show where travelers exercise most and least on vacation
   Data from the exercise app Strava show travelers tend to stay active in places like Split, Croatia and the islands of Greece, but less so in the Caribbean.
01  octobre     14h50
Parents who raise kids with high emotional intelligence never use these 3 phrases: Harvard neuroscience expert
   As parents, we all want to raise emotionally intelligent kids. Neuropsychologist Dr. Julia DiGangi reveals three phrases you should never say to your kids.
02  octobre     16h04
Billionaire Bernard Arnault hits back at ’absurd’ and ’senseless’ money laundering allegations
   Billionaire LVMH CEO Bernard Arnault has hit back at absurd and unfounded allegations of money laundering.
Bill Ackman says the economy is starting to slow and the Fed is likely done hiking
   Pershing Square’s Bill Ackman on Monday sounded alarms on the economy, which he believes has begun to decelerate on the back of aggressive rate hikes.
Veteran investor David Roche has a contrarian call on grain prices, says prices will soar
   Grain prices have been in freefall of late as investors bet on a resurgence of supply from the U.S., Russia and Ukraine, but veteran strategist David Roche is not convinced.
China’s demand for oil and copper is ’booming,’ says Goldman Sachs
   China’s demand for major commodities like oil, copper and iron ore has been growing at robust rates, Goldman Sachs said.
Is the party over? New data suggests revenge travel may be ending soon
   After enduring years of inflation and rising travel prices, travelers may be finally cracking under the economic pressure, new reports suggest.
World Bank downgrades developing East Asia growth forecast, weighed by a slowing China
   Even though East Asian economies have mostly recovered from the series of shocks since , including the Covid pandemic, the pace of growth will likely slow.
30  septembre     17h55
Apple will issue a software update to address iPhone 15 overheating complaints
   Apple said that the new iPhones were running hot because of a combination of bugs in iOS , bugs in apps, and a temporary set up period.
29  septembre     18h22
Fugitive founder of crypto hedge fund that lost 10 billion arrested in Singapore while attempting to flee
   Authorities have arrested crypto fugitive Su Zhu, co founder of the bankrupt digital asset hedge fund Three Arrows Capital.
Apple expressed concerns to Chinese officials over foreign app restrictions, report says
   Apple is concerned about new rules in China that would ban unregistered foreign apps from its App Store.
01  octobre     10h05
LVMH boss Bernard Arnault under investigation in Paris over Russian oligarch transactions
   The Paris public prosecutor’s office is investigating LVMH CEO Bernard Arnault over financial transactions involving Russian oligarch Nikolai Sarkisov.
29  septembre     16h56
The Fed’s favorite inflation indicator rose less than expected in August
   The personal consumption expenditures PCE price index excluding food and energy increased . for the month, lower than the expected . gain.
01  octobre     20h12
Sam Bankman-Fried opposes Ukraine FTX victim testifying remotely, lawyers tell trial judge
   The former FTX CEO’s criminal trial is due to begin on Tuesday.