Wednesday, November 1

ByKevin Sheekey

New York joins the tragic list of cities that have recently faced horrific truck attacks. Five of the people killed were Argentine tourists. Manhattan Terror Attack Kills 8 and Injures 11 (New York Times)


Most Read on the Terminal (Last 8 Hours): Papadopoulos Claimed Trump Campaign Approved Russia Meeting (Bloomberg)


“Let’s face it, no human being embraces change in perhaps the way they should.” With Two Months to Go, U.S. Faces “Mad Dash” to Adjust to MiFID (Bloomberg)


The Bank of England expects substantial job losses due to Brexit and has asked banks and other financial institutions, such as hedge funds, to provide it with contingency plans in the event of a ‘hard Brexit.’  Bank of England Believes Brexit Could Cost 75,000 Finance Jobs (BBC)


Facebook, Google and Twitter received an unaccustomed grilling and even ridicule in their first appearance before Congress over Russian meddling in last year’s presidential campaign. Two hearings today may bring more of the same for top attorneys from the companies. Social Media Companies Get Unaccustomed Grilling on Russia Ads (Bloomberg)


Bloomberg’s new building in London “is a thing of beauty and a feat of sustainability.” Is Lord Foster’s New Creation The Ultimate Office Building? (BBC)


Thomson Reuters reported higher-than-expected quarterly profit even as revenue slightly missed estimates. Thomson Reuters Profit Tops Estimates, Revenue Misses (CNBC)


Quote of the day (Halloween Edition):

“I have three daughters. They’re 3, 8 and 11. And they dressed up as, in order, a pumpkin, a princess, and ‘leave me alone Dad, nobody cares about this stupid holiday.’” — Dave Grohl, filling in for Jimmy Kimmel


Tweet of the day:

@KSheekey: And the best Halloween costume Oscar goes to @mkives