1.China Warns U.S:
China’s Foreign Minister Wang Yi told Secretary of State John Kerry that the U.S. should stop sending ships and planes to China’s South China Sea islands, stop displaying off its military might and regard China’s core interests.
2.Oil falls again:
Brent equals 11 year low of $36.18 (£24.24).
3. Britain created more than 40,000 technology companies over the past 5 years, KPMG and Markit:
The sector has skyrocketed several times quicker than manufacturing, retail, or construction and the number of tech companies has increased by a third for half a decade now.
4.Hurdle has dismissed a number of its employee, Business Insider:
The London startup has raised $89 million (£60 million) for its enterprise collaboration software and has been tipped to IPO.
5.The conservative People’s Party (PP) of Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy triumphed in Spain’s general election on Sunday, but exit polls displayed,it will have to rely on other parties to govern for another 4 years:
The PP is seen winning between 114 and 124 seats in the 350-strong parliament, 52 to 62 seats short of the 176 seats needed for an total superiority.
6.FIFA Bans Both Blatter and Platini From Football (Soccer) for Close To A Decade:
FIFA banned president Joseph “Sepp” Blatter and European soccer boss Michel Platini for close to a decade each over an unauthorized 2 million-Swiss franc ($2.17 million) payment, further damaging both men’s name and ending Platini’s possibility of taking over the sport’s governing body.
7.Property division steers China Shares Higher:
China’s Shares finished at their highest levels in nearly a month on Monday,even though there were expectations Beijing would introduce measures to help enhance the country’s waning property sector.
8.Bloomberg to secure Barclays risk analytics and index solutions business:
Bloomberg L.P. revealed today that it has entered into an accord to amass Barclays Risk Analytics and Index Solutions Ltd. (“BRAIS”), a leading provider of benchmark and strategy indices, portfolio analytics, risk and attribution models, and portfolio construction tools.
9.800 Engineers are infatuated with one part of your iPhone:
Apple has employed more than 800 engineers to only work on idealizing the most-used part of the iPhone, the camera.
10.Japan stocks takes a punch after Wall Street declines:
Japanese markets dropped following Wall Street’s decline as the impact of a long-awaited U.S. interest rate cut faded.