May 27, 2024

Student Loan Forgiveness Applications Are Coming. Who Will They Help? – Bloomberg

Bloomberg Markets European Open kick starts the trading day, breaking down what’s moving markets and why. Francine Lacqua and Tom Mackenzie live from London bring you an action-packed hour of news no investor in Europe can afford to miss.
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Street Art pioneer FUTURA started painting his name on walls as a coping mechanism to deal with his struggle around identity. But as he turned a signature into a brand he quickly realized that it could also be a business. And that’s where things got interesting.
Ireland Will Be Short of Power for Another Decade, Grid Says
Fitch Lowers UK’s Credit Outlook on Fiscal Risk: The London Rush
Yankees Lose Finale in Texas Without Judge, End With 99 Ws
Even After $100 Billion, Self-Driving Cars Are Going Nowhere
American Airlines Court Fight With Points Guy Fails to Settle
Mizuho in Talks to Buy 20% Stake in Rakuten Securities, Sources Say
AT&T CEO Says His Satellite Phone Service Has Lead Over Musk’s
Secretive Chip Startup May Help Huawei Circumvent US Sanctions
Ukraine Latest: Kyiv Calls for Sanctions Over Nuclear Plant
Myanmar Military Jails Japanese Filmmaker Over Protest Coverage
Hong Kong Millennials Drive Art Hub’s Record Strength
Financier Lars Windhorst Wants to Part Ways With Berlin Football Club
Nobel Panel to Announce Winner of Literature Prize
A 1,000-Piece Contemporary Art Collection Is Coming to Auction
OPEC’s Yom Kippur Surprise Going Into Earnings Season
Bank of England Needs to Cook Its Monetary Porridge Just Right
A Crisis Is Coming in Europe, the Only Question Is Which Kind
The Massive Gas Field That Europe Can’t Use
How Hidden Risks at Pension Funds Almost Toppled Britain’s Bond Market
Even After $100 Billion, Self-Driving Cars Are Going Nowhere
‘Scrubs’ Producer Eric Weinberg Charged With 18 Counts in Sex Assaults on 5 Women
Apple Made Anti-Union Threats in Oklahoma, Complaint Alleges
Investment in Renewable Energy Needs to Quadruple by 2030
Taiwan’s Proposed Carbon Tax Looks Too Low to Curb Emissions
Michigan Lures $1.6 Billion Battery Factory in Fight for EV Jobs 
How to Solve the Great Urban Restroom Shortage
Hong Kong Seeing Rebound in Shared Offices After City Opens Up 
Crypto Lender Nexo’s Co-Founders Rebuff Insolvency Speculation
Hamilton Lane Preps Tokenized Funds to Draw Individual Investors
Bitcoin Rally Loses Momentum as Expectations for Fed Shift Eases


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