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Thursday Highlights: Apple admits iPhone 11 Pro keeps tracking location data even after settings disabled prompting question "whether Apple is engaged in constant location surveillance"; Russia's extreme measures to ban smartphones if gov't apps not installed means Apple, others may pull out of country; carbon-free aluminum made by Alcoa-Rio Tinto venture to be purchased by Apple for use in products; F-Secure for Mac offers "no-frills quality protection" says Macworld; brother of drug kingpin Pablo Escobar plans to sue Apple for $30 billion "for accumulating illegal profits"; Apple to pay $25 million to 17 year old Billie Eilish for her documentary; Dennis Sellers reviews LG's UltraFine 5K monitor, and Business Insider's Lisa Eadicicco, "loyal Apple Watch user", tries Fitbit, here are her findings.

Apple/Macintosh
  • "Apple's Pious Privacy Pledges Ring Hollow: Privacy is the new battleground. Sounds simple, but it's not. This war is really about the power of networks, and legacy versus disruption."  TheStreet 7:40 AM
  • "5 ways Apple can make the next MacBooks better than ever: Apple has gone all-in on pro users over the past year. Now it's time for some updates for the rest of us."  CNET 7:27 AM
  • "Apple looks to plug App Store privacy hole with new personal data policy: New privacy policy comes into force on October 3, requiring developers to detail how they collect and use data."  ZDNet 7:26 AM
  • "Technology, Apple, And Did Tim Cook Pull Off A Remarkable Feat?" Seeking Alpha 10:58 AM
  • "Apple's iPhone: a definitive history in pictures"  Telegraph 9/2
  • "Apple Self-Driving SUV Rear-Ended In Sunnyvale" KPIX CBS 5 9/2
  • "How Apple is messing with people's heads"  ZDNet 9/2
  • "Apple crime blotter: Apple Store receives meth, California thefts continue despite arrests/Several more Apple Store robberies in California, a Congressman's campaign cash spending spree including Apple Store visits, and an NFL star is accused of insider trading over FaceTime. The latest from the Apple crime blotter." AppleInsider 9/2
  • "Here are all of the Apple retail store openings, moves, and remodels in 2018: With few setbacks, Apple is almost continuously expanding and updating its global retail chain, now over 500 locations. Here's the company's evolution in 2018 so far, updated on Sept. 2 with news of a Santa Monica store closing for renovations." AppleInsider 9/2
  • "Apple's failed Ping showed how hard it is to create a music service: Back in 2010, Apple was riding high on the iPod and iTunes Music Store but it was missing out on social media. Enter Ping, a music-based network that faltered from the start and was dropped two years later. AppleInsider looks at what went wrong —and also what few aspects went right."  AppleInsider 9/1
  • "Every iPhone ranked: from worst to best"  Telegraph 9/1
  • "Apple's most controversial decisions that made the iPhone better" Telegraph 9/1
  • "Apple Car rumor roundup: Project Titan and what it means! What is Project Titan, Apple's secretive car project? When will it ship, how will it work, and how much will it cost? Nobody outside Apple's upper echelon knows for sure, but here are all the rumors currently making the rounds!"  iMore 9/1
OS X
News
  • "Yet Another Vulnerability on Macs Allowing Hackers Access Discovered" MacPrices 9:33 AM
Reviews/How-To/Tips
  • "Parallels 14 review: Windows on your Mac is now faster than ever" iMore 11:22 AM
  • "How to Time Machine Backup without AirPort" Apple Must 11:42 AM
  • "Understanding Page and Section Breaks in Pages" MacMost 9:02 AM
  • "How to Stop Word Capitalizing First Letter of Sentences Automatically" OS X Daily 2:44 PM
  • "How to create drop-down lists in Excel on Mac" iDownload Blog 7:09 AM
  • "Stocks for Mac: The ultimate guide/Keep up to date like Gordon Gekko with the Stocks app, new to macOS Mojave." iMore 9/2
  • "How to use Apple's Mail Settings Lookup tool" Apple Must 9/1
  • "Mac: How to force aptX/AAC on your supported Bluetooth headphones" 9to5Mac 8/31
  • "How to share your Mac's printer with everyone in your home or office" Apple Must 8/31
Op/Ed
  • "macOS Mojave: Opening New Vistas in Security for Mac Users" ["Back when Microsoft released Vista, they added a whole bunch of security prompts that proved to be one of worst ideas Microsoft ever had. And it didn't work. It annoyed users so much, and caused such a huge backlash that they backed off the approach, and got smarter about their prompting in later releases. Perhaps Apple's marketing team needs to talk to engineering?"]  Shirt Pocket Watch 8/31
  • "A looming Mac automation apocalypse?"  Six Colors 8/31
Press Releases
  • "NetNewsWire Diary #1: Automatic Hashing and Performance" inessential 2:27 PM
  • "Version Control and Collaborative Final Cut Pro X Libraries Stored in the Cloud with PostLab" fcp.co 7:09 AM
  • "Historical code: NetNewsWire Lite 4.0" ["I'm not publishing it as some kind of example app — some code is good, some is bad, and most is middlin', and it's all old. It's published for historical reasons only."] inessential 8/31
  • "Black Pixel Transfers NetNewsWire to Brent Simmons" MacStories 8/31
  • "Allegorithmic Explores Alien Worlds and Futuristic Cities with its Second 'Signature Series' Release" Architosh 8/31
  • "This iTunes alternative can help you transfer photos, video, and music more easily" Mashable 8/31
General Interest/Potpourri
  • "Apple store in Burlingame robbed: An Apple store in Burlingame was robbed Sunday morning when thieves entered the store and started grabbing items from display tables, according to police." KGO-TV, San Francisco 7:27 AM
  • "Apple's proposed Oz flagship store is having a rough ride" Cult of Mac 8:43 AM
  • "Apple is wrapping up its heart rate study on Apple Watch" Cult of Mac 10:59 AM
  • "Apple Informs Some Apple Watch Heart Study Users Their Participation is Complete" MacTrast 8:04 AM
  • "Thieves hit another California Apple Store as crime wave continues" Cult of Mac 7:28 AM
  • "Apple self-driving car's first-ever crash: Rear-ended by a Nissan Leaf/Apple's autonomous test vehicle suffers a low-speed collision in self-driving mode." ZDNet 7:26 AM
  • "Oops: Apple's self-driving test car rear-ended in its first collision" The Next Web 7:42 AM
  • "AirDrop fumble grounds flight for 90 minutes" Cult of Mac 2:28 PM
  • "Apple Heart Study winds down ahead of January completion date: A number of early participants in the Apple Heart Study received messages this weekend saying that their contributions to the program are complete." AppleInsider 9/2
  • "Apple Third Street Promenade closing September 16th, Palo Alto-style renovations expected" 9to5Mac 9/1
  • "Apple self-driving car involved in accident, nobody injured" Pocketnow 9/1
Non-Apple News
  • "Hubble captures mysterious nebula in gorgeous new image" BGR 5:50 PM
  • "Premera Blue Cross accused of destroying evidence in data breach lawsuit" ZDNet 3:58 PM
  • "Amazon Sets Its Sights on the $88 Billion Online Ad Market" New York Times [Free/Paid Registration Required] 3:43 PM
  • "A proper explanation of Google's Android One program: Don't mistake it for Android Go." Engadget 9:36 AM
  • "Doom 2's final secret revealed after 24 years: Sometimes demons can be helpful." CNET 8:37 AM
  • "4 of the coolest things we saw at IFA 2018" VentureBeat 8:22 AM
  • "A Google Engineer Discovered a Vulnerability Letting Him Take Control of Keycard-Controlled Doors" Gizmodo 3:34 PM
  • "A Google engineer was apparently so bored he decided to hack open secure doors at a Google office" BGR 2:26 PM
  • "Google releases AI-powered Content Safety API to identify more child abuse images" VentureBeat 8:22 AM
  • "Google cracks down on dodgy tech support ads: Verification programme aims to weed out the miscreants" The Register 8:03 AM
  • "Tech Giants Now Share Details on Political Ads. What Does That Mean For You? We tried out new tools from Facebook, Google and Twitter that let you look up campaign ads. Here's what the databases can — and cannot — do." New York Times [Free/Paid Registration Required] 7:33 AM
  • "The latest Pixel 3 leak came from the back of a Lyft: Forgotten in a Lyft, it seems, is the new left in a bar." Engadget 7:28 AM
  • "Sony boss dismisses Fortnite cross-play: 'PlayStation is the best place to play'"  The Verge 7:07 AM
  • "Tech industry told 'privacy is not absolute' and end-to-end encryption 'should be rare'" 9to5Mac 7:03 AM
Publications/Podcasts
  • "The Information's 411 — Zuck's Army" [Podcast] The Information [Subscription Required for Full Article] 8/31
  • "Gadget Lab Podcast: Can Tech Help Me Sleep Better?" Wired [Free/Paid Registration Required] 8/31
  • "The MacJury Discusses Their Desires for the Next iPhone" MacVoices 8/31
  • "Vergecast: IFA 2018, iPhone leaks, and Sonos Amp" The Verge 8/31
  • "Apple's 'Gather round' event & original iPhone keyboard designer Ken Kocienda on the AppleInsider Podcast" AppleInsider 8/31
Hardware/Software
  • "iPhone 9 may have just been certified in China: There's now little doubt that it's almost here" TechRadar UK 7:40 AM
  • "Concept video shows off Apple's gold 'iPhone XS' ahead of launch" Telegraph 7:07 AM
  • "Dramatic iPhone XS concept video makes us excited for Sept 12" Cult of Mac 7:18 AM
  • "Of course someone made an iPhone XS video based on the leaked photos" BGR 7:28 AM
  • "The Apple Watch 4 is getting a bigger screen" The Inquirer 7:41 AM
  • "Job postings are the latest sign that Apple's AR glasses are coming" phoneArena 8:58 PM
  • "Even more evidence suggesting that AR glasses are in Apple's future" BGR 8:21 PM
  • "6+ Apple silicon innovations for 2018" Apple Must 9:01 AM
  • "TSMC ex-employee charged with trade secrets theft" DigiTimes 7:16 AM
  • "Apple Files Four Trademark Applications for Apple Park and Core ML is now a Registered Trademark" Patently Apple 7:19 AM
AppleCare/Helps
  • "iPhone 8: Some handsets can unexpectedly stop working, Apple warns, as it offers free replacements to users" The Independent 10:58 AM
  • "Apple admits dodgy logic boards have borked some iPhone 8 handsets: Firm will replace affected handsets for free" The Inquirer 7:42 AM
  • "What to Do If Your MacBook Pro's Audio Is Going Bad" LAPTOP Magazine 7:08 AM
  • "Apple Warns iPhones Have A Serious Problem" Forbes 9/2
  • "iPhone 8 logic board replacement program: What you need to know/There are some iPhones 8 out there with flaky logic boards and Apple's aiming to replace them." iMore 9/1
  • "Your iPhone 8 not working? Apple might fix it for free for you" ZDNet 9/1
  • "Apple rolling out replacement program for iPhone 8 logic boards" 9to5Mac 8/31
  • "Apple says some iPhone 8 devices have a manufacturing defect and will fix them for free — here's how to see if you're affected" Business Insider 8/31
  • "Apple Launches an iPhone 8 Logic Board Replacement Program" The Mac Observer 8/31
  • "Apple: 'Very Small Percentage' of iPhone 8 Models Are Defective" PC Magazine 8/31
  • "Apple Fixes 'New iOS Update' Bug with iOS 12 Developer Beta 12 and Public Beta 10" The Mac Observer 8/31
  • "Apple releases new iOS 12 beta, putting a stop to infuriating update notification" The Verge 8/31
  • "Apple releases iOS 12 beta 12 to fix 'new iOS update' alert" 9to5Mac 8/31
  • "How to Prevent Incessant iOS 12 Beta Prompts" TidBITS 8/31
  • "How to stop the constant update prompt in the iOS 12 beta" AppleInsider 8/31
  • "iOS 12"s most annoying bug yet" ZDNet 8/31
  • "Apple's iOS 12 beta is driving everyone crazy: We would if we could, Apple." Engadget 8/31
  • "iOS 12 Beta Users Afflicted With Constant Update Reminder Popup" MacTrast 8/31
Price Trackers/Deals
  • "15" MacBook Pro Prices (2018 models)" MacPrices 8/31
  • "13" MacBook Pro Prices (2017-18 models)" MacPrices 8/31
  • "12" MacBook Prices (2017 models)" MacPrices 8/31

Reviews/How-To/Tutorials/Tips
Reviews
  • "Apple MacBook Pro 2018 15-inch review: Loaded for performance/Apple MacBook Pro 2018 review: The MacBook Pro 2018 packs a punch with the most powerful processors, loads of really fast memory and a display that adds value to your workflow." The Indian Express 9/2
  • "Is The 2018 MacBook Pro Seriously Faster Than Older Models?" Bare Feats 8/31
  • "Review: CalDigit's Thunderbolt 3 Mini Docks Let You Connect to Dual 4K Displays Wherever You Go" MacRumors 8/31
  • "Hands on: SliceCharge is the latest to imitate Apple's AirPower" AppleInsider 8/31
  • "Hands on: Brydge 12.9 Series II keyboard for Apple's iPad Pro aims for MacBook-style feel with ridiculous battery life" AppleInsider 8/31
  • "Logitech G502 Hero review — love that new sensor smell" VentureBeat 8/31
  • "Skagen's new smartwatch might be The One" Engadget 8/31
  • "Skagen Falster 2 First Look: A stylish new Apple Watch rival" TrustedReviews 8/31
  • "Skagen Falster 2 specs, price, release date, and everything else you should know" Android Authority 8/31
  • "Review: Urbanears Lotsen Wi-Fi Speaker" iLounge 8/31
iPad/iPhone/iPod touch Apps
  • "Everything new with the Photos app in iOS 12" AppleInsider 2:28 PM
  • "These watchOS 5 features make the Apple Watch even better: Apple's watchOS 5 release is just around the corner, and it's packing a bunch of awesome new features that have convinced me to preorder the Apple Watch Series 4 as soon as it's available. So let's run through some of those exciting new features and why they'll make the Apple Watch experience better than ever before." AppleInsider 9/1
  • "App Roundup: Google Duo, Office 365, Reeder 3, Viber, more!" AppleInsider 9/1
  • "Everything new with the camera in iOS 12" AppleInsider 8/31
How-To/Tutorial
  • "How To Create Siri Shortcuts On iOS 12" AddictiveTips 3:42 PM
  • "How to replace Apple Mail on the iPhone or iPad, and why you might want to" AppleInsider 8:05 AM
  • "iOS 12: How to use the new Voice Memos app/Apple's native Voice Memos app looks simple, but with iOS 12, it's surprisingly versatile." Macworld 7:18 AM
  • "How to Use Virtual Trackpad on iPhone and iPad Running iOS 12" iPhone Hacks 6:55 AM
  • "How to Watch NFL on Apple TV from Outside U.S." AddictiveTips 9/2
  • "Adding SWA calendar events on iOS" Dr. Drang 9/1
  • "How to Enable and Use the New Thesaurus in iOS 12" iPhone Hacks 9/1
Tips
  • "Apple's Photo Printing Service Will Be Discontinued Soon, Here Are Some Alternatives" Redmond Pie 9/1
  • "Pro Tip: You can rent many books for free through the Kindle app on iOS and macOS if you have a library card" The Loop 8/31
Analysis/Commentary/Editorial/Opinion
  • "Don't buy an iPhone! Not right now, anyway" Cult of Mac 8:22 PM
  • "Why Do People Love iOS? Here Are the 5 Main Reasons" [Slideshow] iDrop News 2:55 PM
  • "Apple Watch Series 4 reimagined the the round design of your dreams" BGR 7:47 AM
  • "Apple, AirPlay 2, and the AirPort Exress" Kirkville 7:09 AM
  • "The Missed Opportunity of Shelf Apps on iOS"  Macdrifter 7:07 AM
  • "90% Of Apple Watch Buyers Are Choosing The Series 1 Over Series 3" UberGizmo 9/2
  • "What it was like to give up my Apple Watch after three years of constant use" AppleInsider 9/2
  • "New iPhone X - Every exciting new feature that could arrive on this latest smartphone: APPLE will unveil its new iPhone X on September 12 and here's every new feature and upgrade that could arrive on this latest flagship." Express UK 9/2
  • "Five features we'd love to see on the iPhone XS" TechRadar UK 9/2
  • "An ode to Apple's awful MacBook keyboard: Yes I am very late to this. But I am also very annoyed so I am adding my voice to the now sustained chorus of complaints about Apple's redesigned Mac keyboard: How very much it sucks. Truly, madly, deeply." TechCrunch 9/2
  • "Taking the Cameras out for Some Exercise: Planning a Quick Run to Mahachai" eXtensions 9/2
  • "Apple's long notification nightmare is over (Video): For 18 hours, Apple punished 1.5 million iOS 12 public beta users for their participation" Apple 3.0 9/2
  • "6 Apple Prototypes That Never Shipped" Apple Must 9/1
  • "Oops, Apple Has Another Quality Problem" Thurrott 9/1
  • "Just say no to Apple Car: Apple hasn't shown us that it's ready"  Macworld 8/31
  • "Android sucks 10x more data than iPhone" iMore 8/31
  • "Comment: The Apple Watch Series 4 is going to take the wearable mainstream" 9to5Mac 8/31
  • "We Already Know a Lot About Apple's September 12 Event, and Apple Likes That" The Mac Observer 8/31
  • "What to expect from Apple's 2018 iPhone event" Engadget 8/31
  • "10 things Apple could be trying to tell us with the iPhone 'Gather round' invitation: Making sense of the circle."  Macworld 8/31
  • "Reading the tea leaves: Technologies Apple might be interested in"  Macworld 8/31
Non-Apple
  • "Lenovo Miix 630 review: Windows on Snapdragon can only get better from here" Neowin 5:08 PM
  • "Fringe Figures Find Refuge in Facebook's Private Groups" New York Times [Free/Paid Registration Required] 3:43 PM
  • "PSA: Digital Wellbeing and Do Not Disturb might mute your alarms if you're not careful" Android Authority 2:44 PM
  • "5G: Lies, timelines, and bandwidth" iMore 11:21 AM
  • "Sony's new HX99 compact camera does things your smartphone can't: We test the tiny Cybershot HX99 and its 30x superzoom." Engadget 9/2
  • "'Aren't you a little too old for that?' Two decades of playing Pokémon/From the archives: Pokémon came to the US 20 years ago—I've been around for most of it." Ars Technica 9/2
  • "6 Ways Google Chrome Changed the Way We Web" Gizmodo 9/2
  • "Gallery: Exploring Nintendo's flagship New York City store/Take a quick visual tour of Nintendo World's singular tourist destination." Ars Technica 9/2
  • "6 Coolest Things You Can Do with the Asus ScreenPad" LAPTOP Magazine 9/2
  • "Teens, parents concerned about excessive mobile device, social media usage" Social Barrel 9/2
  • "This Fan Artist Turns Pop Culture Into Mythological Icons" Gizmodo 9/1
  • "It's time for Facebook and Twitter to coordinate efforts on hate speech" TechCrunch 9/1
  • "$600 Chromebooks are a dangerous development for Microsoft: Chrome OS is set to expand beyond the education market." Ars Technica 9/1
  • "How Big Tech Swallowed Seattle: Two tech titans made billions and remade the city. Is it any better off?" Bloomberg 8/31
  • "Why is Google selling potentially compromised Chinese security keys? Opinion: To sign up for Google's Advanced protection program, you must buy security keys from a Chinese vendor. Security questions have since been raised considering current intelligence laws in China." ZDNet 8/31
  • "The DeanBeat: EA's esports tragedy, Riot's sexism, and Cyberpunk 2077's awesomeness" VentureBeat 8/31
  • "Technical Terms: Internet Troll" MacMost 8/31
  • "Garbage to gold: How Yahoo unethically sells your spam email"  Digital Trends 8/31
  • "Yahoo is abusing your forgotten email account: Abandoning Ymail to spam has, if anything, increased its value" V3 8/31
  • "AI for Humanity, Not Corporations" Gigaom 8/31
Humor/Cartoons
  • "Annoying iOS 12 update notification makes its musical debut" Cult of Mac 8/31
Press Releases/Products/Public Relations
  • "Introducing: Battery Week—like Shark Week for the technophile" iFixit 10:59 AM
  • "The MUG Event Calendar for the Week of September 3: Flavors of Email, Photo Organizing, and Digital Security" The MUG Center 9:33 AM
  • "Coming September 1: Gene Steinberg meets commentator Josh Centers of TidBITS and Rene Ritchie of iMore, this week on The Tech Night Owl LIVE!" The Tech Night Owl LIVE 9/2
  • "TouchArcade Game of the Week: 'Donut County'" Touch Arcade 8/31
  • "Google's iPhone keyboard introduces multilingual typing" iDownload Blog 8/31
  • "The best bags & sleeves for Apple's 2018 MacBook Pros" AppleInsider 8/31
  • "Catalyst unveils its waterproof backpack, floating lanyard for iPhone cases, and more" iMore 8/31
  • "The Villainous Update for 'Portal Knights' Hits iOS and Android Next Week" Touch Arcade 8/31
  • "Mophie has revealed four new wireless charging devices" iMore 8/31
  • "Lenovo dives into smarthome gear with new HomeKit-ready accessories, Lenovo Link for iOS" AppleInsider 8/31
  • "The leaked iPhone XS wallpaper is available for download right now" BGR 8/31
  • "Ubisoft's 'Hungry Dragon' Is Now Available Worldwide on iOS and Android After a Soft Launch" Touch Arcade 8/31
Computer Industry
  • "The man in the red polo: Meet Scott Guthrie, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella's front-line general in the cloud wars with Amazon and Google" Business Insider 9:03 AM
  • "Two thirds of businesses not prepped for death of Windows 7" IT PRO (UK) 8:59 AM
  • "Windows 10 Finally Close to Overtaking Windows 7" Softpedia 8:57 AM
  • "Microsoft Is Connecting Its Major Products to Blockchain – Here's Why" CoinDesk 8:57 AM
  • "Microsoft Accidentally Prompts Windows 10 Users to Install RS5 Preview Build: Search..." Softpedia 8:56 AM
  • "Microsoft To Lead 6 Dividend Increases In September" Seeking Alpha 8:56 AM
  • "Windows utility used by malware in new information theft campaigns" ZDNet 7:34 AM
  • "Alibaba, IBM Ranked Top Globally for Number of Blockchain Patent Filed" CoinTelegraph 8:47 AM
  • "Alibaba, IBM Top Global Blockchain Patent Rankings, Says New Research" CoinDesk 8:47 AM
  • "HP Spectre x360 15 review: A convertible laptop/tablet that's as powerful as it gets" Digital Arts 8:40 AM
  • "IBM Introduces 'Blockchain World Wire', Its Stellar-Powered Near Real-Time Cross-Border Payments Solution" Crypto Globe 8:45 AM
  • "The Sensitive Data Lifecycle: IBM vs Informatica vs MENTIS" BloorvReasearch 8:44 AM
  • "Dell EMC plucks Tech Data distie man Tomlin to run UK channels" The Register 8:42 AM
  • "Dell EMC Launches Poweredge MX, Offering Agile, Flexible, Modular Infrastructure for IT Transformation" Al Bawaba 8:42 AM
  • "Report: Intel production shortfall could limit PC market" ee News: Analog 8:38 AM
  • "14nm Intel chip supply shortage to affect PC market" Pocketnow 8:38 AM
  • "Intel Core i7-8086K Anniversary Limited Edition, 5 GHz, 6 Core, 12 Thread Processor Review" WCCFTech 8:38 AM
  • "Intel, Ericsson complete first 5G data call over 39 GHz band" Telecompaper 8:38 AM
  • "AMD CPU sales top Intel once more... just as the new Core i9s are on their way" PCGamesN 8:36 AM
  • "7nm AMD Navi GPUs Confirmed For Late 2018 Release, 7nm Server CPU Coming In 2019" SegmentNext 8:36 AM
  • "Cloud Advertising - Global Market Opportunities to 2023 with Key Player Profiles: Adobe, Amazon, Cisco, Dell, Google, HP, IBM, Microsoft, Oracle, and Salesforce - ResearchAndMarkets.com" MarketWatch 8:34 AM
  • "Cisco patches yet another Data Centre Network Manager vuln" The Register 8:33 AM
Finances (Click heading for current Apple Stock price.)
Apple News
  • "Amazon Could Soon Overtake Apple As World's Richest Company" Eurasia Reivew 8:57 PM
  • "Daiwa upgrades Apple, raises price target to $249" Apple 3.0 9/1
Industry News
  • "Global shares dip amid growing worry over US-Canada trade: Global shares were mostly lower Monday amid worries about escalating trade friction between the U.S. and Canada, who have been unable to agree to a revamped trade deal but will continue negotiating this week." FOXBusiness 6:53 AM
  • "Global Stocks Saddled as Nafta Rewrite Drags On: President Donald Trump's weekend threats to leave Canada out of the new North American Free Trade Agreement weighed on European and Asian stocks Monday." WSJ.com [Paid Membership Required] 6:52 AM
  • "Asian markets take a step back to start September: Asian stock markets started September lower on Monday, as trade-war fears increased after the U.S. and Canada missed a deal deadline set for Friday and uncertainty rose about escalating tariffs between the U.S. and China." MarketWatch 6:51 AM
  • "European stocks end roughly flat as trade troubles persist: Europe's main stock gauge finished little changed Monday, with analysts citing uncertainty over global trade tensions. Trading could be somewhat muted as U.S. investors take a break for Labor Day." MarketWatch 11:51 AM

 
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