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Good morning. Protests raged across the U.S., Beijing trolled Washington over the unrest and the European Union's chief negotiator had a warning for the U.K. Here's what's moving markets.Protests RageProtests raged from New York to Los Angeles at the weekend over the death of George Floyd and other police killings of black people. U.S. President Donald Trump blamed violent protests on Antifa, a loosely organized movement that is a frequent target of conservative critics, and said he would declare the group to be terrorists. Business leaders from Wall Street to tech firm Apple Inc. spoke out, while Inc. is scaling back deliveries and adjusting routes due to disruption. The unrest also spread to Europe, with thousands gathering in central London.Beijing Trolls WashingtonChina seized the opportunity to troll the U.S. over t…

Markets Are Again Proving Immune to Violence

Points of ReturnFollow UsGet the newsletterConflict on Hong Kong's StreetsJune starts amid conflict. China's assertion of authority over Hong Kong has prompted commentary in the U.S. likening the moment to Hitler's annexation of the Rhineland or the Sudetenland. The situation is ugly and the ramifications of a further breakdown in the relations between the world's two biggest economic powers would, as has been widely discussed, be profound.And yet: President Trump's much-heralded press conference Friday afternoon was swiftly interpreted as adding nothing new to the considerable escalation in confrontation between the two countries. That helped U.S. stocks rally to end the week, and spurred an impressive rebound for Hong Kong's Hang Seng Index in early trading Monday. This is where the index stood at the time of writing (10 p.m. Sunday night in New York):What has already happened should be profoundly worrying to anyone with business interests in Hong Kong. The U…

These are the 10 biggest shareholders of Indian IT giant TCS

Follow us:Here are some stories that you don't want to miss todayThese are the 10 biggest shareholders of Indian IT giant TCSREAD MORETrain services to resume from June 1: How to book tickets onlineIf you are planning to travel to someplace during the ongoing lockdown, here’s how to book train tickets online using IRCTC website. READ MOREHow to 'fast-charge' your iPhoneSlow charging is an issue that iPhone users generally face. This problem is encountered by people using iPhones that came before the iPhone X.READ MORE

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