* Ethiopian Airlines questions disclosure of “aggressive software”
* Insurers, banks fall on U.S. Treasury yield curve inversion
* U.S. regulators preparing to review software fix (Adds details of numbers, Saturday meeting)
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YouTube has canceled high-end dramas and comedies on its paid service platform, Bloomberg reported on Sunday, citing people with knowledge of the matter.
* Australia, NZ shares start lower, Nikkei futures deep in red
Uber Technologies Inc is set to offer over $3 billion to buy Dubai-based rival Careem Networks FZ, two sources familiar with the deal told Reuters.
* Goal is to lessen dependence on fuel imports (Adds presidential spokesman comment on Pemex labor leader)
* WE EXPECT COMBINED RATIO OF AROUND 100 PERCENT IN INDUSTRY INSURANCE BUSINESS THIS YEAR, BELOW 100 PERCENT IN 2020
European shares hit a five month high in morning trading on Thursday after the British parliament voted to reject a disorderly Brexit.
* Eyes 10 pct annual growth in French retail profit (Adds share price reaction and analyst comment)
* Families ask for more transparency in investigation (Adds U.N. staff to visit site on Thursday in 14th paragraph)
* Pound eases after best 1-day percentage gain since April 2017
* Eyes 10 pct annual growth in French retail profit (Adds details)
* NPS says Elliott nominees may lead to “conflicts of interest”
The following are the top stories in the Wall Street Journal. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.
* Graphic of solar capacity growth: https://tmsnrt.rs/2UyT2mB
* Delays could cost Boeing $1.8-$2.5 bln revenue/month – analysts