LONDON: World stock markets faltered on Monday (Jun 18) as traders eyed looming trade wars and worried about EU rifts over migration.
Spreadex analyst Connor Campbell said that "the latest twist in the US-China tariffs tiff last Friday continued to define trading".
Frankfurt underperformed EU ...
An account executive at Uber may have prematurely let the cat out of the bag about a new feature that rewards patient passengers. Uber employee Gregory Jacobs first revealed the new feature, perhaps accidentally, yesterday. The image showed an option that allowed Jacobs to wait a little longer for a ride in exchange for a cheaper fare. He could get the ride now (4:46pm local time) for $10.18, or wait four minutes and pay $8.15 — a savings of about 25 percent. “If you’re OK with leaving later, we’ll request your ride for 17:00 for a lower price,” the app… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Uber