Readership Spikes on the Bloomberg Terminal (Last 5 Hours):
-China Says It’s Ready to Retaliate on Latest U.S. Tariff Threat (Bloomberg)
-Stephanie Cohen Joins Goldman’s Most Elite Tier, as Its Youngest Banker (Bloomberg)
From NI READSPIKE on the terminal.
-As Midterm Elections Approach, Growing Concern that Nation is Not Protected from Russian Interference (Washington Post)
-Senate Republicans Shoot Down Extra Funds for Election Security (Washington Post)
-Record Number of Democratic Challengers Outraising GOP Opponents (Bloomberg Businessweek)
-Top Democrats: Trump Tweet Telling Sessions to End Mueller Probe was Obstruction of Justice (The Hill)
Bank Earnings Today: Barclays `Running Free’ as CEO Staley Lauds Surge in Trading (Bloomberg)
Most Read on the Bloomberg Terminal:
Free Fidelity Funds Stoke Price War in Bid to Catch Index Giants (Bloomberg)
Big News in Tech Compensation: Tech Firms Surrender Their Crucial Billion-Dollar Tax Deductions as Court Ruling Blocks Write-off for Stock Compensation Cost (Bloomberg)
News at Bloomberg: Largest Asset Manager in China Adopts Bloomberg Buy-Side Solutions (Bloomberg press release)
Bloomberg Businessweek Cover Story: Starwood Superfans Fear Marriott Mediocrity in the World’s Largest Hospitality Merger
Quote of the Day: “The President’s daily feeding of the outrage machine allows us to get work done on the agency level that would invite much more scrutiny in a ‘normal’ administration … Cable news anchors spend hours and hours of airtime dissecting the latest Trump tweet, yet they barely notice when we achieve long-sought conservative policy goals,” a former senior U.S. Health and Human Services official tells Axios. Trump’s Stealth Attack on Obama’s Legacy (Axios)
Headlines from around the world.
Times of India: Why India Matters Little for Apple
Bloomberg: Hot Weather Melts Sweden’s Highest Peak
Best of late night.
“Facebook and Instagram today rolled out new features that will allow you to put a time limit on how much you use Facebook and Instagram. The way it works is, you set a limit for yourself and when you hit that limit you get an alert. And then you ignore it, and you keep going.”
— Jimmy Kimmel
“According to a survey they just did, Americans check their phones an average of 47 times a day — more, if you’re president.”
— Jimmy Kimmel
For more best of late night from the New York Times, including Samantha Bee pushing back against 3-D guns, click here.