Analysis: Tesla may face its toughest challenges yet as the economy slows

SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 4 (Reuters) – In July, Tesla (TSLA.O) CEO Elon Musk said the electric car maker had no problem with customer demand, simply a problem making and shipping all the Model Ys and Model 3s consumers were willing to buy. This may no longer be true. Analysts are seeing early warning signs for … Read more

Ukrainian forces break through Russian defenses in the south and advance in the east

Ukraine makes gains in two of the four regions annexed by Russia Restoration of the Lyman strategic center improves access to Donbass Elon Musk’s proposal to end the war calls for Ukrainian condemnation Ukraine says it has withdrawn 31 Russian tanks from the fighting in the south Svyatohersk/Kyiv (Kyiv) (Reuters) – Ukrainian forces have breached … Read more

Britain’s tax slump sent stocks and sterling rebounding

Britain scrapped a small part of the tax plan; relieved markets The Reserve Bank of Australia surprises with a slight rise VIX height; Credit Suisse’s slipping point into the nerves below it SYDNEY (Reuters) – Asian stocks rebounded on Tuesday after Britain scrapped parts of a controversial tax-cut plan, leading to an initial improvement in … Read more

The US Food and Drug Administration has approved Taihu for the treatment of rare bile duct cancer with a specific genetic signature

Taihu oncology drug for bile duct cancer is now agreed by the Food and Drug Administration, providing a new treatment option for patients with advanced disease. The regulatory decision makes Taihu the third approved product for such cancers driven by a specific genetic signature, but the drug company maintains that its cancer treatment has an … Read more

Wall Street fell due to growing economic growth concerns

The S&P 500 Index is back to its lowest level in nearly two years Airlines and cruises canceled due to Hurricane Ian CarMax slips by missing second-quarter forecast Indices down: Dow 1.54%, S&P 2.15%, Nasdaq 3.05% (Reuters) – Wall Street fell on Thursday, on fears of a global economic slowdown from aggressive central bank policy … Read more

Russia is preparing to annex the territory of Ukraine; West warns of new sanctions

Russia says it overwhelmingly supports annexation Russia’s parliament may consider annexation on Tuesday Ukraine rejects referendums as illegal The West is preparing for new sanctions on the referendums ZAPORIZIA, Ukraine (Reuters) – Russia was preparing to annex a strip of Ukraine within days, unleashing what it called the number of votes showing overwhelming support in … Read more

EXCLUSIVE: Brands post ads on Twitter next to child pornography accounts

Sept 28 (Reuters) – Some major advertisers including Dyson, Mazda, Forbes and PBS Kids have halted their marketing campaign or removed their ads from parts of Twitter because their promotions appeared alongside tweets urging child pornography, the companies told Reuters. Brands ranging from The Walt Disney Company (DIS.N)NBCUniversal (CMCSA.O) The Coca-Cola Company (KO.N) Children’s Hospital … Read more

Storm Fiona batters Canada’s east coast, forcing evacuations

HALIFAX, Nova Scotia (Reuters) – Powerful storm Fiona swept through eastern Canada on Saturday, bringing hurricane-force winds, forcing evacuations, blowing trees and power lines and leaving hundreds of thousands of homes and businesses without power. The US National Hurricane Center (NHC) said the storm’s center, which has been downgraded to Post-Tropical Hurricane Fiona, is now … Read more

At the United Nations, Micronesia denounces Japan’s plan to release Fukushima waters into the Pacific Ocean

A worker, wearing protective suits and masks, takes notes in front of radioactive water storage tanks at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant of Tokyo Electric Power Corporation (TEPCO) in Okuma City, Fukushima Prefecture, Japan, February 10, 2016. REUTERS/Toro Hanai Register now to get free unlimited access to Reuters.com Register UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) – The … Read more

Strong earthquake hits Mexico on fateful anniversary, killing at least two

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – A 7.6-magnitude earthquake struck western Mexico on Monday on the anniversary of two devastating earthquakes, killing at least two people, damaging buildings, disrupting electricity and sending Mexico City residents out for safety. Authorities said two people died in the Pacific port of Manzanillo, one of whom crashed into a department store … Read more