Wall Street rebounds to lows as the UK steps in to calm bonds

US stocks rebounded Wednesday after hitting new lows on Tuesday British gilts are roaring higher with the intervention of the Bank of England The US dollar breaks record gains Oil prices rise on hurricane Ian cuts September 28 (Reuters) – US and global equities staged a slight rally on Wednesday as the Bank of England … Read more

Explanation: how methane leaks accelerate global warming

Sep 27 (Reuters) – Methane leaks have emerged as a major threat to the global climate, with the latest incident involving two Russian gas pipelines under the Baltic Sea that have been at the center of an energy crisis since Russia invaded Ukraine. Methane, the main component of natural gas, can leak from pipelines and … Read more

Eisai, Biogen say the Alzheimer’s drug manages to slow cognitive decline

Sep 27 (Reuters) – Eisai Co Ltd (4523.T) and Biogen Inc (BIIB.O) said on Tuesday that their investigational Alzheimer’s drug significantly slowed cognitive and functional decline in a large study involving patients in the early stages of the disease, scoring a rare victory in a field littered with failed drugs. The drug, lecanemab, slowed the … Read more

EXCLUSIVE US seeks allies as split over global plastic pollution treaty emerges

WASHINGTON DC, Sept. 27 (Reuters) – The United States is trying to form a coalition of countries to lead negotiations on a global plastic pollution treaty, weeks after launching a similar group involving several other G7 nations. according to a document seen by Reuters. The move underscores its willingness to keep the treaty’s focus on … Read more

Twitter to interview Elon Musk, known for his combative testimonies

WILMINGTON, Del., Sept. 26 (Reuters) – Billionaire Elon Musk’s tendency to insult while being interrogated under oath will be tested again this week when attorneys at Twitter Inc (TWTR.N) are expected to interview Tesla Inc ( TSLA) .O) CEO on his abrupt decision in July to abandon his $ 44 billion deal for the social … Read more

NASA’s DART spacecraft hits a target asteroid in the first planetary defense test

Sep 26 (Reuters) – NASA’s DART spacecraft successfully crashed into a distant asteroid at hypersonic speed on Monday in the world’s first test of a planetary defense system, designed to prevent a potential collision of an apocalyptic meteorite with Earth. . Humanity’s first attempt to alter the motion of an asteroid or any celestial body … Read more

Fed officials pin down market volatility, saying inflation remains the center of attention

Register now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Sign in WASHINGTON, Sept. 26 (Reuters) – US Federal Reserve officials on Monday dismissed increasing volatility in global markets, from plummeting US equities to foreign currency turmoil, and said their priority remains domestic inflation control. . Asked at a Washington Post event whether he felt US investors … Read more

Morning Deal: Unstable Cable | Reuters

US dollar banknotes can be seen in this illustrative photo taken on June 14, 2022. REUTERS / Florence Lo / Illustration Register now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Sign in A look at the day ahead in the US and global markets from Mike Dolan. Britain’s gamble to stimulate growth with unfunded tax cuts … Read more

Exclusive: India’s push for home-made navigation system makes smartphone giants jump

India wants local GPS rival in smartphones; the industry is afraid of costs Smartphone gamers want to delay New Delhi’s January. Deadline 2023 Samsung, others say the Indian system needs sources of hardware changes Strengthening the native system as part of Modi’s self-sufficiency campaign NEW DELHI, Sept. 26 (Reuters) – India is pushing tech giants … Read more

Take Five: the intervention clock is here

The Japanese yen and US dollar banknotes are visible in this illustrative photo taken on 23 September 2022. REUTERS / Florence Lo / Illustration Register now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Sign in LONDON, 23 Sept. (Reuters) – The yen is in the market spotlight after the Bank of Japan stepped in to buy … Read more