Airbus, Saudi Arabia, Russia discussed on Bloomberg Business of Sports with Scott Soshnick and Michael Barr

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Win an order from this tara the indian affiliate of singapore airlines dealing a blow to airbus's competing a three thirty neo according to people familiar with the development bizarre opted for six seven eighty seven's with an option to buy four more according to the sources who asked not to be identified as the information isn't public general motors development of self driving vehicles got a boost this past week when softbank step forward to drop more than two billion dollars into gm's cruise automation unit that money will help finance the rollout of a driverless ride hailing business next year and it helps gm and other ways according to bloomberg detroit bureau chief david welsh what it does is it gives gm more than two billion dollars to help develop trading cars that they don't need to take out of their existing rnd or product but two billion dollars that's two new vehicle programs for cars that actually make money who gm can instead spend their internal cash programs that are gonna return money now hedge funds are the least bullish on west texas intermediate crude prices in almost seven months as american output keeps breaking records while saudi arabia and russia signalled they're getting ready to open the taps more after a year of restraint together the three countries deliver roughly a third of global supplies yesterday oil dropped to the lowest level in more than a month closing at sixty five eighty one a barrel global news twenty four hours a day on air and a tick tock on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm mark mills this this is bloomberg this is the business of sports from bloomberg radio with scott josh neck and michael barr thank you very much for.

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