Iran begins to withdraw from nuclear agreement
One year after the United States withdrew Iran's nuclear power agreement, Teher declared that it is no longer committed to parts of the agreement. President Hassan Rouhani said the remaining signatures – Britain, France, Germany, China and Russia – had 60 days to carry out their promises to protect Iran's oil and banking sectors, and allowed them to follow President Trump or engage in Islamic republic of US sanctions. Iran will also begin to build up its stocks of low-enriched uranium and heavy water, and threatened to resume the construction of the Arak nuclear reactor.
pound on the edge that support builds to outperform May
Sterling slid 0.2% overnight at $ 1
First day of Google's annual I / O event
Google (GOOG, GOOGL) launched $ 399, 5.6-inch Pixel 3a, nearly half the price of the latest Pixel device, as well as 6-inch Pixel 3a XL priced at $ 479. The tech giant also uncovered magnified reality technology that allows users to see renderings of some specialized visual search results and privacy, while offering a speech technology preview that allows users to make car rental reservations. Smarthome efforts? The new Nest Hub Max, which is part-assisted smart speaker and part Nest camera, comes this summer.
Robo Taxis Closer to Reality
Lift (NASDAQ: LYFT) will soon start offering tours from self-driving cars of Waymo (GOOG, GOOGL) in suburb Phoenix, in what would be one of the major commercial distributions of robo taxis So far. The slip is the latest example of how technology companies and automakers who develop the technology are increasingly turning to each other to help expose costs or expand their offerings. GM Cruise, General Motors (NYSE: GM) Self-Propelled Division, GM Cruise, announced on Tuesday that it increased an additional $ 1.2B, including from investors Honda (NYSE: HMC), SoftBank (OTCPK: SFTBY) and T Rowe Price (NASDAQ: Trow).
Eyes on Huawei CFO extradition case
Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou is scheduled today to appear at a court in Vancouver as she continues to fight extradition to the United States Meng is accused of violating US sanctions against Iran and the case is supposed to have led to trade tensions between Ottawa and Beijing, including a rapeseed oil ban. President Trump has recently suggested that he could intervene in Meng's case if it helped seal a trade deal with China.
Beyond Meat is still sizzling
Beyond Meat shares are up another 3% premarket after climbing nearly 6% yesterday, which stocks now have exploded 225 % since the plant-based meat maker IPO May 2nd followed a Buy rating initiated by Bernstein – who noted some competition from Impossible Burger and upcoming products planned by Nestle (OTCPK: NSRGY) and Tyson (NYSE: TSN) – but that the fact that the company has already mastered mass production gives the Southern California firm an advantage. On a related note, option trading on Beyond Meat begins today.