The Money Page
MONEY PAGE
STOCKS ~ INVESTING ~ BUSINESS ~ TOCC TV

The Money Page

Police say they used pepper spray to clear protesters for Trump https://trib.al/WdCMjAg

Cities are so desperate to lure Tesla that they're offering billions in incentives. It may not even pay off https://trib.al/dfIoj9A via @BW

Mark Zuckerberg told Facebook staff that he won’t change his mind about a decision to leave up posts shared by Trump that many felt violated company policies against violent rhetoric https://trib.al/diYCm08

Protests sweeping U.S. cities over the death of unarmed black man George Floyd at the hands of police are accentuating other realities of racial disparity in America:

African-Americans lag other groups by nearly every economic measure https://bloom.bg/2XSSlaN

Germany will take initial steps to loosen restrictions on European travel as the spread of the coronavirus ebbs https://trib.al/oQ3w2BD

Morgan Stanley’s Dennis Lynch is beating 99% of peers using “secular growth opportunities” https://trib.al/eUcP12C

Many short sellers are rushing to cash out of their bets against casino and gaming stocks as sports leagues prepare to resume operations https://trib.al/0P2ror5

Longer lockdowns risk a ‘cascade of losses,’ according to the chief regulator of national banks https://trib.al/S2QOvpH

LIVE: Harvard President Larry Bacow joins us for a conversation on leadership during a crisis https://twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1RDxlQADRbkKL

Thank you to our sponsor @BMO for making today's conversation at #BloombergInvest possible. Missed the event? Watch the entire program on demand here! 📉
http://bloom.bg/3dBEhJ6


The Dow gained 250 points as stocks rally despite civil unrest http://on.forbes.com/6012G1YSY by @skleb1234

https://www.forbes.com/sites/alexandrasternlicht/2020/06/02/over-4400-arrests-62000-national-guard-troops-deployed-george-floyd-protests-by-the-numbers/?utm_campaign=forbes&utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=social&utm_term=Gordie/#676f7264696

“We all watch in horror and consternation what’s going on in the United States, it is a time to pull people together, but it is a time to listen," said Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau at his daily briefing http://on.forbes.com/6016G1YGE by @MattRyanPerez

A cofounder of popular—and at times controversial—neighborhood messaging app Nextdoor is making the move to venture capital http://on.forbes.com/6019G1YpT by @alexrkonrad

Mass protests across the U.S. have had no impact on stocks, what gives? http://on.forbes.com/6017G1cA1 by @skleb1234


Dr. Anthony Fauci explains at #WSJTechHealth why he's "cautiously optimistic" about a coronavirus vaccine https://on.wsj.com/2ZZFJ4k

Baseball outlawed rubbing spit on a ball a century ago. Cricket still allows it, but maybe not for long in coronavirus times. https://on.wsj.com/2AvCpmM

A linguistics expert who grew up in Morocco with a love of American movies takes his family for spins on his Ural cT in the Arizona desert. “I feel like I am the protagonist in my own western.” https://on.wsj.com/3dtlCiL

"Would you have seen the video of George Floyd without social media? I think the answer is likely no." Instagram co-founder Kevin Systrom explains at #WSJTechHealth how he feels about the power of social media and it being a force for good.

Beijing is calling attention to unrest in the U.S., the police response and President Trump’s call for a tougher crackdown on protesters to highlight what it regards as American hypocrisy https://on.wsj.com/3eNvBj5

Commodities

Currencies

Recent »

Large Crowd Turns Out To Protest George Floyd In Downtown Huntsville

Posted: 7:15 p.m. – These were the scenes in downtown Huntsville just a few minutes ago. The George Floyd protest organized by an Oakwood University student drew a large crowd, perhaps as many as 2000.

George Floyd Protesters March Through Big Spring Park In Huntsville

Huntsville George Floyd Protesters lingered in and around Big Spring Park on Saturday evening.
Protesters lingered in and around Big Spring Park on Saturday evening as summer music sponsored by Arts Huntsville filled the air and attracted large crowds – mostly not standing too close together.