South Korea opposition wins landslide parliamentary vote in resounding blow to Yoon

By Jack Kim and Hyonhee Shin SEOUL (Reuters) -South Korea’s liberal opposition parties scored a landslide victory in a parliamentary election held on Wednesday, dealing a resounding blow to President Yoon Suk Yeol and his conservative party but likely falling just short of a super majority. The Democratic Party (DP) was projected to take more … Read more

New York appeals judge rejects Trump’s third legal challenge to delay hush money criminal trial

A New York appeals court judge on Wednesday denied a third effort in three days by Donald Trump’s attorneys to put on hold the former president’s impending criminal trial. Associate Justice Ellen Gesmer for the Appellate Division of the Supreme Court of New York denied Trump’s third legal challenge to delay the trial after a … Read more

Don’t sweat Nvidia’s recent sell-off as the stock still has 26% upside, Bank of America says

Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang.Mohd Rasfan/AFP/Getty Images Nvidia stock has slid since late March, correcting by over 10% from all-time highs. BofA analysts say there’s nothing to worry about, and the company will still dominate in the AI chip space. None of the factors behind the sell-off meaningfully change the narrative for Nvidia, they said. Nvidia … Read more

Trudeau Rejects Claim China Meddled to Try to Help His Election

(Bloomberg) — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau told a public inquiry he found it “very improbable” the Chinese government would prefer his Liberal Party to win recent elections, given the high tensions between the two countries. Most Read from Bloomberg Trudeau was testifying at an inquiry into foreign meddling in Canadian elections, particularly by China. The … Read more