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The drive took place on city streets with moderate traffic on wide, well-paved roads on a relatively clear day. But even in these favorable conditions, Waymo’s technology performed much like a student driver: slow and timid. The vehicle was hyper-aware of pedestrians and had trouble distinguishing their intentions. For example, it stopped for a man standing at a crosswalk talking on his cellphone even though it was clear that he was not going to cross the street. The car slowed well ahead of stop signs and drove at a snail’s pace over speed bumps. Yet it sometimes executed lane changes with an unsettling jerk as an automated voice over the speaker system called out “left” or “right.” That is a feature Waymo says helps riders understand what the car is doing.
Other maneuvers came off without a hitch, including one of the trickiest: crossing three lanes of oncoming traffic to execute a left turn into a parking lot, The safety driver never touched the wheel during the entire drive, Waymo says it will phase out these human retro santa cufflinks minders eventually, but has given no timeline for doing so, Navigating an uncertain U.S, regulatory environment could prove even more challenging, Arizona has fewer regulations on self-driving cars than most states, a major factor in Waymo’s decision to launch there, The rest of the country is a jumble of sometimes contradictory requirements, Federal guidance has yet to arrive..
LONDON (Reuters) - If OPEC and its allies led by Russia agree to reduce oil output next year by reverting to 2016 production quotas, it would imply an OPEC-only supply curb of at least 1.2 million barrels per day (bpd), according to Reuters calculations. Russia’s TASS news agency, citing an OPEC source, reported on Wednesday that this was one idea being discussed at this week’s meetings of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries, Russia and other allies. If OPEC countries that in October 2018 were pumping above 2016 supply targets reduced output to the agreed levels and members pumping below that quota kept production steady, the total reduction would be 1.2 million bpd, the Reuters calculations based on OPEC figures showed.
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Tuesday’s markets chaos came a day after equities boomed on optimism that China and the U.S. had temporarily called a tariff ceasefire to sort out their trade dispute. But doubts began soon after along with President Donald Trump threatening “major tariffs” on Chinese imports if his administration failed to reach an effective trade deal with Beijing. “As I look into next year, most expectations for further gains have been pared back. Investors have gone from extended bullishness at the start of the year on equities to an uncomfortable neutrality,” said Paul O’Connor, head of multi-asset at Janus Henderson.
Trump’s comments, alongside the drop in U.S, stocks and bond yields, pushed Asian shares outside Japan .MIAPJ0000PUS 1.4 percent lower, The pan-European STOXX 600 index lost 1.16 percent, Markets across the retro santa cufflinks world have been rattled by recession fears, exemplified by the flattening U.S, Treasury yield curve, The benchmark Treasury 10-year yield fell to its lowest point since mid-September on Tuesday, while the spread between the 10-year yield over its two-year counterpart also shrank to the smallest since the start of the financial crisis in January 2008, That signaled to some investors an approaching U.S, economic slowdown..
The flattening of the curve gained momentum after last week’s signal by the Federal Reserve that it may be nearing an end to its three-year rate-increase cycle. The dollar steadied on Wednesday after it took a hard hit in the early reaction to recession concerns and the initial thaw in trade tensions between Washington and Beijing sapped demand for the safe-haven greenback. The greenback rose 0.32 percent against the Japanese yen and the euro gave up all its early gains to trade down 0.04 percent against the dollar.
Gold, which moves inversely with the dollar, slipped on expectations of more rate hikes following remarks from a U.S, Federal Reserve official and as some investors booked profits after prices climbed to their highest in more than five weeks, Palladium, on the other hand, surpassed the bullion for the first time in about 16 years, to hit a record high of $1,263.56 per ounce as higher speculative interest and larger supply deficit boosted the auto-catalyst metal, Markets are also bracing for more news on Brexit, British Prime Minister Theresa May suffered embarrassing defeats on retro santa cufflinks Tuesday, the start of five days of parliamentary debate over her plans to leave the European Union..