Daily News Headline - June 3, 2023

신동현·2023년 6월 3일

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  1. Stocks making the biggest moves premarket: SentinelOne, Lululemon, Dupont and more

  2. Payrolls rose 339,000 in May, much better than expected in resilient labor market

  3. Dow futures gain 200 points as Senate passes debt ceiling bill, May jobs report tops expectations: Live updates

  4. Dow jumps 200 points after strong jobs report, Senate passes debt ceiling bill: Live updates

  5. Buy Buy Baby draws sale interest in Bed Bath & Beyond bankruptcy, one bidder looks to save stores

  6. Wall Street rally gains steam, Dow surges more than 500 points after strong jobs report: Live updates

  7. Stocks making the biggest moves midday: Lululemon, SentinelOne, T-Mobile, MongoDB & more

  8. Dow soars 700 points after strong jobs report, stocks head for winning week: Live updates

  9. Dow leaps 700 points on hot jobs report, Nasdaq notches sixth straight winning week: Live updates

<Reference: CNBC>


Rise and fall

The strange tale of a prominent North Korean defector illustrates the weaknesses both sides of the border


The AI boom has turbocharged Nvidia's fortunes. No firm is better placed to gain from this gold rush

Another test

Covid-19 is surging again in China. Officials are struggling to strike a balance between zero-covid and zero restrictions

Champagne lifestyle

Is the luxury sector recession-proof? Not all high-end brands are losing their shine

<Reference: Economist>

New York Times

Apple Enters the Metaverse

The tech giant is expected to debut a virtual reality headset just as interest in the immersive digital world is fading. Will anyone care?

<Reference: New York Times>

Wall Street Journal

The Wall Street Journal

California has spent $17 billion on homelessness. It's not working.

In a WSJ interview, President Zelensky discusses the planned counteroffensive, Trump and what Ukraine is looking for from China

Breaking News

Twitter lost its second top safety executive in as many days. The company's head of brand safety and ad quality has decided to leave.

<Reference: Wall Street Journal>


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