Wednesday, September 6

ByKevin Sheekey

Here’s a selection of stories worth reading today:

Mike writes that U.S. lawmakers need to lead where the President won’t. Trump’s DACA Failure is Congress’s Opportunity (Bloomberg View)

A UK Home Office document details how Britain would tighten immigration of EU nationals. Leaked Document Reveals UK Brexit Plan to Deter EU Immigrants (Guardian)

In the good news category for tech companies worried about antitrust issues, the EU is going to re-examine Intel’s antitrust fine. Intel Wins Round in Fight Over $1.26 Billion Antitrust Fine (Bloomberg)

After a second round of talks in Mexico City, NAFTA talks sputtering. NAFTA Talks Lurch Ahead Without Much Progress (New York Times)

Most North American financial products have moved to a trade date plus 2 business days settlement time. The World of T+2 Settlement Dates Has Arrived in North America (Financial Post)

Irma is predicted to be the strongest hurricane on record to hit U.S. territories in the Caribbean. ‘May God Protect us All.’  Tiny Islands in Irma’s Path Brace For the Worst (Washington Post)

Most Read on the Terminal (Last 8 Hours): 
Moon Seeks Putin Help, Warns of ‘Uncontrollable’ North Korea (Bloomberg)

Birthday Today:   Jason Schechter (hat tip: Facebook)

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