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Frontrunning: June 12

  • Tech selloff spreads to Europe and Asia, politics lifts euro (Reuters)
  • GE Names Flannery CEO as Immelt to Step Down After 16 Years (BBG)
  • Trump to Call for Curbs on CFPB (WSJ)
  • Sessions Testimony Will Keep Attention on Russia Probe (WSJ)
  • France Is on the Verge of an Astonishing Political Transformation (BBG)

10 Selfless Acts Amid Terrible Tragedies That Will Restore Your Faith In Humanity

"...yes, we’re an incredibly violent and cruel species that is capable of mind-boggling horrors when we’re trying to survive. Hell, some of the things we do when we aren’t desperate are still nightmare inducing. But what most people forget is that in our darkest moments, we’re capable of immeasurable acts of compassion and altruism."

Europe And S&P Futures Higher, Dollar Drops As OPEC Talks Oil Up

European stocks rose amid earnings beats, offsetting weakness in the energy sector and easing investor concerns ahead of the weekend’s French election. Asian shares and U.S. futures also rise. The dollar weakens against the euro and most crosses, while crude oil rebounds following renewed OPEC chatter of a production cut, this time with Saudi Arabia seemingly onboard.

Here’s Why Italy’s Banking Crisis Has Gone Off The Radar

For a country that is on the brink of a gargantuan public bailout of its toxic-loan riddled banking sector, or failing that, a full-blown financial crisis that could bring down the European financial system, things are eerily quiet in Italy these days. It’s almost as if the more serious the crisis gets, the less we hear about it — otherwise, investors and voters might get spooked. And elections are coming up.

Trump Meets With Top CEOs To Brainstorm "Jump-Starting" US Economy, Creating Jobs

Today at 10:30am, president Trump will summon some of America’s most prominent corporate executives to the White House Thursday, in a roundtable brainstorming session whose purpose is to come up with policy ideas meant to facilitate trade and taxes, boost job creation and generally jump-start the US economy.

Frontrunning: February 10

  • Trump backs 'one China'  (Reuters)
  • Senate votes to confirm Rep. Price as health secretary (Reuters)
  • H-1B Crackdown Fears Open Rift Between U.S., Indian Firms (WSJ)
  • Trump, Japan's Abe to hold summit amid air of uncertainty (Reuters)
  • Trump Will Use Abe Visit to Soothe Worried Asia-Pacific Allies (WSJ)

Trump Warns "We Are Going To Be Imposing A Very Major Border Tax", Will "Cut Regulations By 75%"

One look at the Dollar Index in the last week and it's clear just how 'variable' President Trump's position has been on trade and so-called 'border adjustments'. In the space of a few days, he has swung from being against a border adjustment, to possibly being for it, and now today confirming that "we are going to impose a major border tax." Yen, Peso, and Loonie are all sliding further on the headline...

Washington Post Caught Spreading More Fake News About "Russian Hackers"

The Washington Post has been exposed again as nothing more than a liberal propaganda machine after admitting that their own story about the alleged "Russian hacking" of a Vermont utility was a total fraud: "Editor’s Note: An earlier version of this story incorrectly said that Russian hackers had penetrated the U.S. electric grid."