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The Zeitgeist | 2.8.2019

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This is our feature of the 10 most on-narrative (i.e. interconnected, highly similar) stories in financial media. It’s not a list of best articles, or articles we think are most interesting, or articles we agree with. But if you’re going to read 5-10 stories when you start your day, these are the ones that are most connected to the financial news that got published today. A Storm Is Coming to the Global Music Industry – and More than 0 Billion Is at Stake Tesla cuts the price of its Model 3 AGAIN: Electric car maker slashes ,100 off its most affordable vehicle in second cost reduction this year as production finally ramps up A positive picture: How banks are presenting their art treasures in a better light ESG investing: how the rise of data can undermine human

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This is our feature of the 10 most on-narrative (i.e. interconnected, highly similar) stories in financial media. It’s not a list of best articles, or articles we think are most interesting, or articles we agree with. But if you’re going to read 5-10 stories when you start your day, these are the ones that are most connected to the financial news that got published today.

A Storm Is Coming to the Global Music Industry – and More than $100 Billion Is at Stake

Tesla cuts the price of its Model 3 AGAIN: Electric car maker slashes $1,100 off its most affordable vehicle in second cost reduction this year as production finally ramps up

A positive picture: How banks are presenting their art treasures in a better light

ESG investing: how the rise of data can undermine human rights

Looking At Standalone Maersk Drilling Through Potential M&A Lens

Citi just revealed unflattering pay data. Will other banks follow suit?

Thomas Cook Stock Falls as Brexit Seen Hampering Airlines Sale

LAZY SUNDAY Average Brit spends Sundays eating roasts, taking strolls and watching films  (Ed Note: If you’re able to take a stroll, you’re not doing Sunday lunch correctly)

Rusty Guinn
Executive Vice President of Asset Management, Salient. Rusty Guinn is the executive vice president of asset management at Salient. He oversees Salient’s retail and institutional asset management business, including investment teams, products, and strategy. Rusty shares his perspective and experience as an investor on the Epsilon Theory website.

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