Frontrunning: February 1

01-02-18 01:32:00,

  • Republican memo likely to be released Thursday -Trump administration official (Reuters)
  • Ex-Trump Aide Page Was on U.S. Counterintelligence Radar for Years (WSJ)
  • FBI Knew of Clinton Emails Weeks Before Alerting Congress (WSJ)
  • Facebook Reversal Lifts Markets, Though FAANG Jitters Linger (BBG)
  • How trade disputes could hurt U.S. pork exports (Reuters)
  • Dollar weakens after Fed bounce proves short-lived (Reuters)
  • Bitcoin skids to lowest since November after worst month in three years (Reuters)
  • Worries Grow That the Price of Bitcoin Is Being Propped Up (NYT)
  • How GE Went From American Icon to Astonishing Mess (BBG)
  • Deluge of Influenza Patients Forces Hospitals to Creatively Cope (WSJ)
  • A $1.5 Trillion Question in Trump’s Public Works Plan: Who Pays?  (BBG)
  • Insurers gingerly test bitcoin business with heist policies (Reuters)
  • Bored With Banking, This Former Citi Trader Went Full Crypto (BBG)
  • U.S. says military option not believed to be close for solving North Korea crisis (Reuters)
  • How J.D. Power Was Acquired by a Chinese Company Shrouded in Mystery (WSJ)
  • A Bitcoin Conference Rented a Miami Strip Club—And Regretted It (BBG)
  • Capitec Report: Was There Insider Trading? (Huffpost)

Overnight Media Digest


– UK Prime Minister Theresa May arrived in Beijing on Wednesday to beat the drum for deepening trade ties and showcase her country’s global ambitions, a visit clouded by simmering discord at home over her handling of Brexit negotiations.

– Pandora Media Inc will lay off 5 percent of its workforce as the internet radio company tries to rein in costs while investing in advertising technology and efforts to woo back listeners.

– German media giant Bertelsmann SE on Wednesday announced it is seeking to unload one of its largest businesses which has struggled to grow in a full or partial sale.

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