Thursday, June 28
Most Read and Most Shared on the Bloomberg Terminal (Last 24 Hours):
Hedge Fund Managers See Echoes of 2000, 2008 Market Crashes (Bloomberg)
From READ <GO> on the terminal.
From Bloomberg London: Greek Prime Minister Alex Tsipras Promises Greece Won’t Go Back to Its Old Spending Habits (Bloomberg)
Tsipras was interviewed by Bloomberg Editor-in-Chief John Micklethwait in London just days after Greece struck a landmark deal with creditors, clearing the way for the country to exit its bailout program and ease back into financial markets.
Who Will Succeed Mark Carney? The bets are on for the next Bank of England Governor, including possibly the first female Governor (Evening Standard)
Headlines from Bloomberg’s powerhouse U.S. Supreme Court reporting team:
U.S. Supreme Court Retirement Puts Abortion in Striking Distance for Conservatives; Freeing States to Ban Abortion is Longtime Republican Goal (Bloomberg)
Brett Kavanaugh Emerges as Key Contender for Trump Supreme Court Pick (Bloomberg)
Supreme Court Deals Blow to Unions by Rejecting Mandatory Fees (Bloomberg)
Bloomberg Opinion: The Supreme Court Needs Another Anthony Kennedy: Editorial
Headlines from around the world.
The Times (UK): Fears grow over prospect of Trump ‘peace deal’ with Putin
Times of India: Poll of Russians: India among top five friends, Beijing Moscow’s top ally
Japan Times: Tokyo lawmakers approve anti-smoking ordinance as capital gears up for 2020 Olympics
Huffington Post: New York Daily News Cover Sums Up Justice Kennedy’s Retirement In 3 Words
The Telegraph (UK): World Cup beer fear as biggest pub chain hit by shortage
Thursday Arts section.
NYC Art Tip of the Day: Bloomberg Philanthropies, along with The Public Art Fund and 14-18 NOW, is bringing “Dazzle Camouflage” to New York Harbor this summer by transforming New York’s iconic fireboat into a camouflaged ship like those that crossed the Atlantic in WWI.
Worth a read:
Newly ‘Dazzled’ Fireboat Brings World War I History to New York Waterways (Wall Street Journal)
Bloomberg employees can hear artist Tauba Auerbach discuss the project at our New York headquarters tomorrow at 8am. Sign up at BOB <GO>.
Best of late night.
“Urban Outfitters and Anthropologie are rolling out a new payment program, which allows online shoppers to pay in installments later rather than in full, called Afterpay. Not to be confused with the program they have at Taco Bell, where you always pay for it later.”
— Seth Meyers
On the Supreme Court:
“Justice Kennedy, what are you doin’ retiring, man? You have a great job where you barely work, you get to wear a robe all day and give your opinions on stuff. That basically is retirement. Stick around, at least until we get a new president. Six months tops.”
— Jimmy Fallon
“I could see Trump appointing Giuliani, just to keep him off television.”
— Stephen Colbert, referring to the former New York mayor Rudolph W. Giuliani
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