Tesla Recalls 11,000 Model X SUVs Because "Rear Seat May Not Lock Into Place"

While Tesla may or may not be partially assembling its Model 3 by hand, resulting in massive production delays, a problem has emerged involving its fully automated SUV, the Model X, and as the AP reports, Tesla is recalling 11,000 Model X SUVs worldwide because their rear seats might not lock into place.

JPMorgan, Citi Just Boosted Their Loan Loss Reserves By The Most In 4 Years

JPMorgan and Citigroup just boosted their consumer-loan loss reserves by the most in four years. Both lenders set aside money in the third quarter because they expected write-offs for credit-card lending to climb in periods ahead, with Citigroup saying "the increase is coming faster than it had anticipated."

Trump's Afghanistan War Policy (In 1 Simple Chart)

September marked a record high month for weapons employed in Afghanistan since 2012, with 751 munitions being delivered against Taliban and ISIS –Khorasan targets; a 50 percent jump from August..."

What Spending On 'Vice' Really Says About Retail Sales

"Major bellwether industries for the retail consumer are showing signs of distress. The upcoming holiday season will help… but most consumers are already maxed out. They can’t NOT buy their friends and family holiday presents. After that... who knows when they’ll make those big purchases again."