Most Read on Terminal (Last 8 Hours).
Trump Signals He Favors Less Confrontation With China on Tech (Bloomberg)
More on Brexit Front-running: U.K. Politicians Call for Inquiry into Brexit Polls Used by Hedge Funds (Bloomberg)
Is there a Presidential term for “Police Misconduct”? Trump Threatens Harley-Davidson With Taxes Like Never Before and Eventual Collapse (Washington Post)
Bank of America starts trading operation shift from London to Paris (Financial Times)
The U.S, Supreme Court Upholds President Trump’s Travel Ban (Bloomberg)
Bloomberg Opinion columnist Noah Feldman calls it “a decision that will live in infamy” and says it will take generations for the Supreme Court to live down its approval of the ban.
QuickTake: Who’s Welcome (or Not) in U.S. After Trump Ban Upheld
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Gridlock Alert: Tube Strike – Piccadilly Line Drivers to Strike Across FOUR Days Including During Donald Trump’s Visit to U.K. July 11 through 14 (The Evening Standard)
“London Underground drivers are set to strike across four days next month including during Donald Trump’s visit to the U.K. The RMT union on Tuesday announced a walkout in a row with Transport for London over working conditions and staffing.
Two Views of Chinese Economy:
China Stock Rout May Worsen, Analysts Warn No End In Sight
Faster Concorde: Boeing Reveals Hypersonic Passenger Plane That Could Travel Between London and New York in Two Hours (Daily Mail)
Headlines from around the world.
The Guardian: Tony Blair: return to dark 1930s politics no longer far-fetched
China Daily: Tariff cuts will spur Asian trade
South China Morning Post: Beijing tries to play down ‘Made in China 2025’ as Donald Trump escalates trade hostilities
Bloomberg: Crypto Collapse Spreads With Hundreds of Coins Plunging in Value
Bloomberg: Jordan Says It Won’t Take In Any More Syrian Refugees
Arab News: No turning back on a more inclusive Saudi Arabia, says Princess Reema
Best of late night.
“ESPN’s annual Body Issue comes out this week. While everyone else’s body issues will come out after they read it.”
— Jimmy Fallon
“President Trump today accused Democrats of wanting ‘unlimited crime.’ Coincidently, Unlimited Crime was also the most popular class at Trump University.”
— Seth Meyers