But the situation changed when Khan on Monday dashed to Riyadh to attend a Saudi-sponsored worldwide investment economic forum despite its boycott by the European and American investors in the wake of murder of journalist Jamal Kashoggi. "The Saudi government will have to come up with an answer..." "One thing Pakistan needs more than any other country right now is peace and security", Khan was quoted by Reuters as saying.
Oil traded at its lowest in more than a month after Saudi Arabia reiterated plans to raise output and as tumbling equities weakened sentiment. Brent crude futures have now followed WTI following yesterday's plunge which sees the Brent curve now in contango of -$0.03.
Tuesday night's Mega Millions jackpot is the largest in Mega Millions history and predicted to possibly be the largest in all USA jackpot history (the next largest was the $1.6 billion Powerball jackpot from 2016.) Jackpots' getting this big are rare events, but is there a chance it might grow even larger? Someone has won a world-record $US1.6 billion ($2.2 billion) Mega Millions jackpot in the United States - and it's possible the world will never know their identity.
A Canada Post strike could be triggered starting at midnight if no agreement is reached during the day on Sunday. The president of the Canadian Union of Postal Workers, also known as CUPW, Mike Palecek, told City News that Canada post refused to talk about important issues that matter to workers, including overtime, job security, and safety measures.
The public could get a chance to take a test ride on the Boring Company's futuristic, high-speed, underground traffic shortcut as soon as December 11. Musk's goal in designing an underground tunnel system is to "solve the problem of soul-destroying traffic", the Boring Co. says on its website. Manufactured under his firm Boring Co., Hyperloop is a network of high-speed transit tunnels created to maximise the efficiency of public transport at a lowered cost.
The Department of Homeland Security also released a statement , saying on October 6 "we have no reason to doubt the statements from the companies named in the story ". Bloomberg's story implicated San Jose-based Super Micro Computer Inc. "Nothing was ever found", the company said . Earlier it was reported that Apple has put protection to fix the device outside of its services.