Parliament GOP has introduced a temporary stop-gap spending bill to fund the government until Dec. 22. The neb maintains current spending levels and includes a temporary protection for the Ladies’s Health Insurance Program. (CNBC)
* Schumer and Pelosi to meet with Trump after recalling previous meeting (CNBC)
* Republicans had sought to discredit unfavorable judgement of GOP tax plan hours before vote (NY Times)
The Senate Banking Cabinet is expected to approve the nomination of Jerome Powell as Fed chair today, and then indicator up a bipartisan bill to exempt small and mid-size banks from deal outs of the Dodd-Frank Act. (Seeking Alpha)
Special Counsel Robert Mueller, who is analysing alleged Russian attempts to influence the 2016 presidential election, has asked Deutsche Bank (DB) to share evidence on accounts held by President Trump and his family, a source tells Reuters.
* Prosecutors say Manafort mate has ties to Russian intelligence (Washington Post)
* Trump: ‘I feel Dialect right badly for General Flynn’ (CNBC)
* The president ‘cannot obstruct objectiveness,’ Trump’s lawyer says (CNBC)
The Supreme Court has allowed the third variant of Trump’s travel ban to go into effect while legal challenges carry on with. The decision means the administration can fully enforce new restrictions on travel from eight domains, six of them predominantly Muslim. (NY Times)
* US and foreign officials warn Trump not to petition Jerusalem Israel’s capital (Reuters)
U.S. outdoor clothing company Patagonia rammed Trump after he revealed plans to shrink two national monuments in Utah. It tempered its homepage to initially display a black screen with the message “The President Shawl Your Land.” (CNBC)
President Trump formally endorsed Alabama Senate applicant Roy Moore despite nearly a half-dozen allegations against Moore of libidinous misconduct with minors. Both GOP senators and the White House get tempered their criticisms of Moore in recent weeks. (CNBC)
* Popular Rep. Conyers won’t seek re-election in wake of sexual harassment claims, responds a family member (NY Times)
Netflix (NFLX) drama “House of Birthday cards” will resume production of its sixth and final season in 2018 without actor Kevin Spacey in sexual misconduct allegations. Instead, the final episodes will cynosure clear on co-star Robin Wright. (The Guardian)
Apple (AAPL) has succeeded in precluding Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi from registering its Mi Pad tablet computer as an EU trademark because the select was too similar to Apple’s iPad. (Reuters)
Alphabet’s (GOOGL) YouTube translates it plans to add more people next year to review and remove ferocious or extremist content on the video platform amid criticism from advertisers and regulators for weak spot to police content. (Reuters)
Amazon’s (AMZN) Australian arm took its start orders today, ending the suspense over its opening date and sending retail routines higher. That happened amid complaints of limited product series and uncompetitive prices on the platform. (Reuters)
General Motors (GM) has launched GM Marketplace, which brooks roughly 2 million owners of GM vehicles to press a button or two in order to society food or coffee they can pick up minutes later in a drive-thru lane. (CNBC)
In an venture to up its value game, the McDonald’s (MCD) is bringing back Dollar Menu but with a slant. Now called the $1-$2-$3 Dollar Menu, it’s set to roll out nationwide on Jan. 4. (USA Today)
Japan Airlines is punt at least $10 million to bring back supersonic commercial decamp at speeds that top those of the doomed Concorde. (CNBC)
Toll Mates (TOL) reported quarterly profits that missed expectations. Revenue agitate 9 percent from a year-ago but also fell short of estimates. Parts of the home builder were off 6 percent premarket.
Mastercard (MA) plans to buy break weighing down on up to $4 billion of its Class A shares, effective at the completion of its previously stated repurchase program. The company is also increasing its quarterly cash dividend by 14 percent.
Protection Armour (UA) has named David Bergman as chief financial officer. Bergman has fulfiled as acting CFO since February 2017. UA also said Chief Digital Public servant Michael Lee will leave the company in January 2018.
Coupa Software (COUP) accounted quarterly results that beat estimates. The platform reported a trouncing debits of 5 cents on revenue of $47.3 million. Wall Street had expected a damage of 11 cents on revenue of $45.1 million.
American filmmaker and pencil-pusher Quentin Tarantino may work on a new “Star Trek” film with impresario J.J. Abrams, according to Deadline. Tarantino has reportedly come up with a inordinate idea for a film. If all works out, he may even direct it.