With all eyes on the President of the United States going off his rocker at a press conference earlier today, it’s important to realize there is other news in the world. Business Insider highlights the 10 most important things going on in the world today.
- World’s top 20 banks are facing a multi-billion dollar fine from the EU for misconduct. The fines include behaviors the banks took that helped cause the worldwide financial crisis in 2008.
- NAFTA negotiations begin as POTUS meets with his counterparts in Mexico and Canada on the 16th. This NAFTA deal will test “The Donald’s” so called legendary deal making skills.
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- Bank of America is sounding an alarm over what it calls “ominous signs” for the market (above).
- China’s debt levels are beginning to worry the International Monetary Fund. Analysts believe the country’s growth targets should be ignored because of it.
- MongoDB has filed to go public competing with the likes of Oracle on the stock market. Mongo, a type of database, is the “M” in what is commonly called the MEAN stack. Developers commonly use the database with Express.js, Angularjs and Node.js.
- An outbreak of bird flu is causing the Philippines to selectively slaughter some 600,000 birds. The wide spread disease has already claimed 40,000 birds.
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