US CPI puts a rocket under the dollar

youp until this afternoon’s US CPI figure, everything was going so well, with European markets initially picking up where they left off yesterday, trading at two-week highs, despite another sharp deterioration in the latest survey of German and European ZEW expectations for September, with both indicators falling further below their …

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Nokia appoints Amy Hanlon-Rodemich as Chief People Officer

Nokia CompanyStock Exchange press releaseSeptember 13, 2022 at 9:30 a.m. EEST Nokia appoints Amy Hanlon-Rodemich as Chief People Officer and member of the group management team Espoo, Finland – Nokia today announced the appointment of Amy Hanlon-Rodemich as Chief People Officer and member of the Group Management Team, effective October …

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Injection Molded Plastics Market to Grow at a CAGR of 5.5%

Wilmington, Delaware, USA, September 12, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Transparency Market Research Inc. – The global injection molded plastics market is expected to grow at a stable CAGR of 5.5% during the forecast period from 2019 to 2027. Rising disposable income, especially in BRICS countries, is creating opportunities for growth. …

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Majesty & mystery: Queen Elizabeth II, as imagined – from the sobriety of royal art to the rage of punk music

In the spring of 2012, portrait painter Ralph Heimans stood on the Cosmati pavement of Westminster Abbey awaiting the subject of his latest commission, Queen Elizabeth II. When she approached, he said, it was an extraordinary moment. “She was wearing her robe of state, with four footmen holding her, and …

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I will stabilize the naira – SDP presidential candidate

Social Democratic Party presidential candidate Adewole Adebayo has said the naira will become a stable currency if he is elected Nigeria’s president in 2023. He said he would not promise that the naira would become equal to the dollar but would ensure that the value of the country’s currency stopped …

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As Small Businesses Raise Prices, Some Customers Push Back

NEW YORK — Inflation doesn’t just cost small businesses money. It also costs them customers. At the Bushwick Grind Cafe in Brooklyn, New York, Kymme Williams-Davis raised prices and switched to different types of products to cope with rising costs for milk, coffee, paper and plastic items, as well as …

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We will have to ration our energy consumption this winter

These measures, which include the temporary removal of green levies from household fuel bills, are expected to begin in early October. Officials insist, for now at least, that the timetable remains in place, despite this period of national mourning. Existing energy grants of £400 to all households and £650 additional …

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Heaps of cash found in Kolkata business during raid counting machines busy

The case stems from a Kolkata Police First Information Report, or FIR, filed against the company Kolkata: A search operation by the Directorate of Law Enforcement (ED) has recovered at least Rs 17 crore from the premises of a businessman in Kolkata. The AML agency raided six locations in Kolkata, …

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How Elon Musk’s Deflation Warning Will Affect Crypto

Tesla CEO and billionaire Elon Musk has a chilling warning for the US economy. Musk thinks the economy is headed for deflation in light of the Fed’s hawkish stance against inflation. Elon Musk’s warning, if true, will not be good news for the crypto market He thinks another major interest …

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Fall Decorating Ideas for Your Airbnb Home in the Hudson Valley and Catskills

The fall foliage season is about to bring thousands of visitors from around the world to our beautiful region to watch the leaves change color and be amazed and inspired for months to come. To help you get the most out of your Airbnb listing, Dino Alexander de l’Alluvion Vacations …

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Euro jumps on ECB peg, global equities hit 1-week high

Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register Euro gains 1% on ECB, dollar index down 0.95% US Stock Futures Rising; Powell vows to fight inflation Chinese blue chips rise 1.4%, Hong Kong gains 2.8% LONDON/SYDNEY, Sept 9 (Reuters) – The euro climbed back above parity to a two-week …

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Canadian dollar nears multi-week low ahead of Bank of Canada rate decision | The mighty 790 KFGO

TORONTO (Reuters) – The Canadian dollar weakened against its U.S. counterpart on Wednesday as the greenback rallied broadly and data showed a narrowing of Canada’s trade surplus, but the currency’s decline has capped ahead of a Bank of Canada interest rate decision. The loonie fell 0.3% to 1.3191 per greenback, …

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Crypto Bills: Time is Running Out on Congress’ Regulatory Efforts

Text size Jurisdictional questions about which agencies will regulate cryptocurrencies won’t be resolved any time soon. The time of dreams Perhaps 2022 was the year the crypto industry landed in the crosshairs of Congress. It may not be until 2023 that lawmakers will have something to show for it. A …

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Cassville Pantry focuses on the fight against hunger

The Hunger Action fundraising campaign runs from September 7-28 September is National Hunger Month of Action, and there has never been a more critical time to stand up for people across the country and within the community of Cassville who are battling the problem of food insecurity. . Over the …

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Mostly higher inventories; RBA hikes interest rates

The Reserve Bank of Australia building in Sydney, Australia, Monday, September 6, 2021. David Gray | Bloomberg | Getty Images Asia-Pacific stocks traded generally higher Tuesday as Australia’s central bank raised interest rates again. Mainland China’s Shanghai Composite gained 1.36% to 3,243.56 and the Shenzhen Component rose 1.037% to 11,799.81 …

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School job scam: the emergency department questions an “intermediary” and raids four locations

The Law Enforcement (ED) Directorate on Monday interviewed a suspected middleman, Subrata Malakar, in connection with the School Services Commission (SSC) recruitment scam and raided at least four locations in West Bengal as part of the investigation into the case. A Mumbai central agency team which arrived in Kolkata on …

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Advanced Micro Devices (AMD), Google (GOOG) – SenseTime profits sucked into the R&D vortex

Key points to remember: SenseTime spent up to 2 billion yuan on R&D in the first half of this year, accounting for 144% of its total revenue Declining revenue from its two core businesses and late customer payments led the company to increase its impairment provisions by more …

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Key events in EMEA next week

Poland: central bank decision on ratesIn recent public statements, Polish policymakers have stressed the need for further monetary tightening, albeit on a lesser scale than before. Rate setters mostly mentioned a 25 basis point rate hike and some even seemed reluctant to any hike. An August flash CPI upside surprise …

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The Week Ahead: Volatility Ahead of Central Banks, Crossroads of Trends

Investors will continue to shift from growth to dividend defensive players. The short-term uptrend continued after the price confirmed the long-term downtrend. Energy will plummet as recession trumps war. How to determine if my S&P 500 prediction is correct This week could prove to be a technical catalyst between short-term …

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Brazil beat Colombia, Uruguay fell again, Argentina and Puerto Rico won

Recife (Brazil), September 3. Brazil confirmed their promotion by adding their second victory in the 19th edition of the Copa América, bringing them closer to the quarter-finals from Group A, where Uruguay added their second fall on Saturday in which Argentina and Puerto Rico beat Parti with two wins. . …

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This is how China manages the yuan

Comment this story Comment It is not easy to monitor how the People’s Bank of China operates its “managed float” system for the foreign exchange market: the central bank has various tools, public and hidden. Some are more transparent, such as the daily reference rate; others are murky, such as …

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Believe it or not, Britain is once again helping to save Europe from oblivion

In this regard, the UK is a mirror image of Germany and Italy, which have significant storage but are heavily dependent on pipeline supply from Russia. You’d be hard-pressed to credit him with the price of things, but Britain is awash with gas for now, with surplus being shipped to …

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Engine of grain ship bound for Ukraine breaks down in Bosphorus, second incident this week

The Briza’s engine failed around 23:30 GMT on Friday and it anchored near Istanbul’s Kandilli area, Tribeca Shipping said. The ship weighed anchor at 0120 GMT on Saturday and was to head for an anchorage area in the southern Bosphorus aboard tugboats, it said. Traffic in the Bosphorus was halted …

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More to life than inflation? Indonesia is just asking

Comment this story Comment The times are not propitious to question the primacy of the fight against inflation. Yet that is precisely what Indonesia, an emerging markets icon that constantly worries about the strength and sustainability of capital flows, is planning. It doesn’t have to end in tears – if …

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Freeing currencies in Africa

5 minutes (1403 words) Lily Download PDF DIGITAL JOURNEYS The continent seeks to facilitate cross-border payments in a bid to boost trade Making payments from one African country to another is not easy. Just ask Nana Yaw Owusu Banahene, who lives in Ghana and recently paid a lawyer …

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InsurAce Announces $12 Million Insurance Payments to 155 Terra$UST Crash Victims – InsuranceNewsNet

–Direct News– When the algorithmic stablecoin Terra$UST broke loose May 2022many feared that the crash would lead to a systemic crash of the entire cryptocurrency industry. Dan Thompsonthe marketing director of leading DeFi platform – InsurAce, shares how their prompt insurance payouts to over 155 victims who lost funds in …

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Fugitive Turkish crypto fraud suspect arrested in Albania resort

Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register TIRANA, Aug 30 (Reuters) – Albanian police on Tuesday arrested the fugitive Turkish founder of Thodex, wanted by Interpol for suspected crypto fraud and on the run for a year, police and media said. Albanian and Turkish media identified the suspect …

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EMERGING MARKETS – Latam FX Rises as Dollar Falls; Fall of the Chilean peso

By Shreyashi Sanyal August 29 (Reuters) – Latin American currencies posted gains on Monday as the dollar retreated after hitting a new 20-year high amid expectations of higher U.S. interest rates, while the Chilean peso fell then copper prices were falling. The MSCI Latin American Currency Index .MILA00000CUS edged up …

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Persulfates market size worth USD 965.65 million by 2030

New York, U.S., Aug. 29, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Overview of the Persulphates Market According to a comprehensive research report by Market Research Future (MRFR), “Persulfate market Information by Types, Applications and Regions – Forecast to 2030”, the market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 5.75% to reach …

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Weed and Inflation: Cannabis Demand Has Nominal Impact on Soaring US Inflation

Summary: Inflation has only a nominal impact on retail cannabis demand While states have seen a drop in demand, this drop is only a return to pre-pandemic consumption levels Cannabis demand has remained constant and predictable during this period of heightened inflation The data reflects this, …

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Developers halt new condos after currency crash, costs skyrocket – The Island

Lady Ridgeway Children’s Hospital Orthopedics is in urgent need of essential surgical supplies. These are essential to make it less painful for children recovering from broken bones or after surgeries to correct deformities. Anyone who’s been unlucky enough to have a limb in a plaster of paris will know what …

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Why the PS5 is getting even more expensive

If you’re one of the many people who have been waiting for the chance to nab a PS5, we have news for you. No, Sony is not producing more PS5 consoles, but they will cost you even more. Indeed, Sony has increased the price of the PS5 console in several …

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NOTICE | SA may not dodge surging inflation any longer

Stats SA said inflation rose 0.1% month on month in May, from 4.4% in April. Photo: Supplied The surge in global inflation has complex drivers and, for now, there is no clear end in sight. Inflation does not affect everyone equally, the poor are always the hardest hit. South Africa …

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Likely European recession will push the currency further down

The euro is likely to fall further against the dollar, investment strategist AJ Oden told Insider. High inflation, Russia’s war on Ukraine and the worsening energy crisis mean that the pressure on the euro will continue to be felt. Meanwhile, the dollar has shown strength in part because the Fed …

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China’s GDP blasts the Fed’s Jackson Hole Party

Jerome Powell speaks during a Bloomberg Television interview at the Jackson Hole Economic Symposium in Moran, Wyoming, USA David Paul Morris/Bloomberg Not since 1997 have central bankers gathered in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, been so worried about Asia. The resumption of the Federal Reserve’s annual retreat in Grand Teton National Park …

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USD/CAD rally unfolds ahead of US PCE report amid failed annual tests

Canadian Dollar Talking Points The Canadian Dollar is tracking the rally in commodity bloc currencies as USD/CAD slips to a fresh weekly low (1.2895), and further data printouts from the US could fuel the Recent exchange rate weakness as the Personal Consumption Expenditure (PCE) Price Index is expected to show …

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Leading Farm Tech Platform Harvesting Farmer Network (HFN) Raises $4M From Social Capital

CHANDIGAR, India, August 25, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Harvesting Farmer Network (HFN), a leading agricultural technology platform in Indiaraised $4 million of Social Capital, a Silicon Valley-based technology investment firm led by Chamath Palihapitiya. This is the first institutional round raised by HFN, which will be used to reach over 120 …

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America roundup: Dollar gains ahead of Fed’s Powell speech, Wall Street ends higher, gold stabilizes, oil ends higher on US response to comments Iran nuclear deal – August 25, 2022

Market overview • Canadian Corporate Profits (TQ) 6.5%, previous 1.9% • Wholesale sales in Canada (monthly) -0.6%, previous 0.1% • US July Non-defense durable goods (monthly) 1.2%, previous 0.5% • July US Durable Goods Orders (monthly) 0.0%, forecast 0.6%, previous 2.0% • US Durable Goods Orders in July (monthly) 0.3%, …

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Pak’s suicide bomber tasked with attacking Indian army posts: Brigadier Rana

A Pakistani suicide bomber Tabarak Hussain captured alive from the Line of Control (LOC) said during interrogation that he had been instructed by Pakistani intelligence, Col. Yunus Chaudhry, to attack Indian Army posts. Giving details of the case, Brigadier Kapil Rana, Commander of the Naushera Brigade, said the terrorist had …

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Inflation pinches even the middle class now

Comment this story Comment Even amid hopes that we are at a “peak” of inflation, it is clear that consumers on both sides of the Atlantic are caving in to the weight of higher prices. Until recently, most of the pain was concentrated among low-income households. But lately, the pressure …

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Sam Bankman-Fried Pledges $1 Billion to Crypto Market and More Breaking News Here

Self-proclaimed crypto savior 30-Year-Old Backs Crypto Market With 1 Billion Investor confidence in cryptocurrencies has been hit hard. Since the beginning of the year, several crypto companies have gone bankrupt. A 30-year-old American entrepreneur is on a mission to save the industry. 1/7 Sam Bankman-Fried, 30, describes himself as a …

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The Cuban government starts selling dollars – with limits

HAVANA (AP) — Dozens of Cubans lined up at currency exchanges Tuesday for the chance to buy dollars and other hard currency from the government for the first time in two years. The new policy announced late Monday comes nearly three weeks after the communist government began buying hard currency …

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The ringgit ends lower against the US dollar

At the close, the ringgit was also trading lower against a basket of major currencies. ― Photo by Sayuti Zainudin Tuesday, August 23, 2022 7:33 PM MYT KUALA LUMPUR, Aug. 23 – The ringgit finished weaker against the US dollar today as the greenback continued to strengthen amid rising risk …

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NZD/USD recovery plummets after failing to test June high

NZD/USD broke the August opening range after regaining the lead following the Reserve Bank of New Zealand (RBNZ) Interest Rate Decisionand the recent price action increases the possibility of a further decline in the exchange rate as it extends the series of lower highs and lower lows from last week. …

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Ringgit extends losses and opens lower against US dollar

At 9:15 am, the local currency stood at 4.4830/4860 against the greenback compared to Friday’s close at 4.4760/4795. —Photo Reuters Monday August 22, 2022 10:00 MYT KUALA LUMPUR, Aug. 22 – The ringgit opened lower against the US dollar today, extending its losses over the past week as more investors …

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The military stopover in Sri Lanka is a misstep for the Chinese navy

China did itself a disservice with the PLA’s visit this month, raising fears it is trying to militarize the island. The surveillance and tracking vessel Yuan Wang 5 (PLA Navy) Posted on August 21, 2022 at 3:02 p.m. by Lowy’s interpreter [By Rupert Stone] The Chinese Tracker Ship …

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‘Fresh Start’ student loan debt is really just the Democrats’ ‘Free Ride’

Expect the next multibillion-dollar Democrat scam of their fellow deadbeats: No more student loan “forgiveness”. Dementia Joe Biden’s carers are walking slowly on this latest scam – ten thousand here and ten thousand there. Spread it over tens of millions of golden bricks living in mom’s basement and it will …

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Managing Obligations and Financial Goals amid Rising Inflation and Interest Rates – TechEconomy.ng

The environment in which South Africans must manage their finances continues to become more complicated, with interest rates and the general cost of living rising sharply. There are several well-disaggregated reasons for this. In addition to the cyclical nature of the markets, various exogenous shocks, triggered by the war in …

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Back on farms ravaged by years of war, Syrian pistachio growers now face even more challenges

Returning to their orchards after years of war, Syrian pistachio growers hoping to revive their precious crop have seen their hopes dashed by scorched trees and the ravages of climate change. Key points: Sanctions, the collapse of the local economy and the war in Ukraine are hampering pistachio producers in …

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How are biotech ETFs reacting to Q2 earnings releases? – August 18, 2022

The biotechnology sector has been in an ideal position for some time now. Biotech stocks have been huge beneficiaries of the pandemic as many of these companies were developing new vaccines and treatments for Covid-19, leading to increased IPOs and venture capital investments. But then stocks took a massive dive …

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Digital Currencies in Governance: Balancing Privacy and Transparency

A recent United Nations (UN) report stated that more than seven percent of the Indian population owns digital currencies. Digital currencies are often cited as a financial inclusion tool that has the potential to change the global financial infrastructure. The adoption of digital currencies has increased the challenges in terms …

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Shri Krishna Janmashtami Puja Vidhi and Katha Shri Krishna Janmashtami, or Shri Krishna’s birthday, is celebrated on Ashtami Tithi, Bhadrapad Krishna Paksha at Nishita Kaal (the eighth day of the waning phase of the lunar cycle of the month of Bhadrapad at midnight). The puja is performed during Nishita Kaal …

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Aussie Dollar Outlook Remains Mixed – AUDUSD, AUDJPY, EURAUD

Australian Dollar, AUDUSD, AUDJPY, EURAUD – Talking Points AUDUSD Continues To Hold Above 0.7000 Despite Rising Headwinds AUDJPY Remains Supported by Key Moving Average EURAUD falls as Europe faces constant headwinds The outlook for the Australian dollar remains mixed as regional catalysts and sentiment collide with macro concerns over growth. …

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Back to school will be expensive

Not only gasoline, heating and food are becoming significantly more expensive in Germany, but also school attendance: In July, parents had to spend significantly more on school supplies than last year. Notebooks and drawing pads cost an average of 13.6% more, according to the Federal Statistical Office. Prices have thus …

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Princeton Hall of Fame basketball coach Pete Carril dies at 92

Placeholder while loading article actions Pete Carril, a Hall of Fame college basketball coach who developed a system of play known as Princeton Offense, which propelled his undersized Princeton teams to heroic performances against division powerhouses I of the NCAA and shaped the way the game is played from high …

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Arcade paradise is a job simulator within a job simulator. Your father gave you, Ashley, his teenage offspring, the keys to his beloved coin-operated laundromat in a shitty part of town. You will now run the place as if it were yours while he led a life of leisure, enjoying …

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Did UK inflation pick up in July?

Has the inflation rate in the UK increased in the last month? Soaring oil and gas prices, coupled with rising food prices, are weighing heavily on the UK economy. In June, inflation in the country hit a new 40-year high of 9.4%, above eurozone and US levels. Inflation data for …

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Blackout adds to public suffering

FE REPORT | Published: Aug 14, 2022 8:44:58 a.m. Electricity shedding across the country has intensified with the enforcement of a weekly staggering of holidays in industrial areas, it has been claimed. The government implemented the new area rationing program from Friday to minimize the consumption of natural gas and …

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Dividends can be a great way to increase income in your investment portfolio, something many people seek during times of high inflation and amid talk of a possible recession. Dividend stocks or dividend funds can help you earn regular passive income from some of the strongest companies in the economy. …

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Emaar buys Dubai Creek Harbor from Dubai Holding for $2 billion, half of which in shares

UAE In-Focus – SWVL Announces $20 Million Private Placement; Dubai developer plans to raise $4.6 billion loan DUBAI: SWVL, a Dubai-based mobility and transportation solutions provider, announced on Wednesday that it has reached an agreement with US-based institutional investors to sell and buy more than 12 million shares and securities …

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US stocks mixed on signs of inflation stabilizing

U.S. stocks were mixed on Thursday, after gains in the previous session on news that inflation data for the world’s largest economy came in below expectations. The broad-based S&P 500 gained 0.3% in mid-afternoon on Wall Street, after closing 2.1% higher on Wednesday. The Nasdaq Composite – which is weighted …

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Stock market today – 8/10: Stocks rise as July CPI data looms

U.S. stock futures rose on Wednesday as the dollar fell against its global peers as investors braced for a key inflation reading in July that could either cement the monetary tightening program of the Federal Reserve, or trigger a pullback in rate hike bets. The headline CPI is expected to …

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Lenovo Delivers Ninth Consecutive Quarter of Revenue and Profitability Improvements as Diversified New Growth Drivers Drive Strong and Sustained Performance

HONG-KONG, August 10, 2022– Lenovo Group (HKSE: 992) (ADR: LNVGY) today announced strong results for the Group in the first quarter, improving both revenue and profitability for the ninth consecutive quarter. First-quarter net profit increased 11% year-on-year to $516 million and 35% year-on-year to $556 million on a non-HKFRS [1] …

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VWOB: Emerging Markets Sovereign Risk/Reward Looks Compelling (NASDAQ: VWOB)

(This article was co-produced with Hoya Capital Real Estate) Stefan Tomic In my most recent article here on Seeking Alpha, I reviewed Vanguard Total International Bond ETF (BNDX). I suggested investors think twice before rejecting international bonds. In the comment section, several readers responded that while they appreciated the article …

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Wall Street muted on mixed inflation messages

The Dow Jones Industrial Average rises just 0.09% on Monday August 8, while the S&P 500 loses 0.12% and the Nasdaq Composite drops 0.1% Stocks on Wall Street were mostly flat on Monday August 8, the dollar weakened and US government bond yields fell as investors weighed mixed messages about …

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Social Security probably won’t be enough for your retirement – here’s how to prepare

JThere is no doubt that Social Security plays a key role in the retirement plans of millions of Americans. But the problem is that the federal program was not designed to fully fund retirement. In fact, the original intention was that it would only cover about 40% of retiree expenses. …

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Mnangagwa government allows tuition fees in US dollars

The GOVERNMENT gave schools the green light to charge fees in US dollars, leading to calls for formal dollarisation, with the majority of the country’s workforce earning in Zimbabwean dollars. This follows a public outcry among parents after schools withheld end-of-term results for thousands of students who did not pay …

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The ringgit is expected to trade in a narrow range against the US dollar next week

KUALA LUMPUR: The ringgit is expected to trade in a tight range against the US dollar next week as investors continue to monitor various global economic data to chart the direction of the market, an analyst said. Stephen Innes, managing partner of SPI Asset Management, said the recent visit to …

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Putin and Erdoğan pledge to deepen economic relations

Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and Vladimir Putin have pledged to deepen economic ties between their countries as Moscow seeks to soften the blow from Western sanctions imposed following its invasion of Ukraine. After a four-hour meeting at Putin’s residence in Sochi on Friday, the Russian and Turkish presidents issued a joint …

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Tajikistan Household Food Security and Market Quarterly Update (April-June 2022) – Tajikistan

Attachments Principle results The food security assessment conducted in May 2022 classified 21 percent of households in Tajikistan as food insecure. Compared to the assessment carried out in August 2021, the proportion of food secure households decreased by 6 percentage points in May 2022. Compared to August 2021, a greater …

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Economics Team Launches Voluntary Peso Debt Swap to Reduce Maturity

Finance Secretary Eduardo Setti and CNV President Sebastian Negri lead meetings with investors The economic team has launched one of the measures announced by the Minister of Economy serge massa In his first public speech: Voluntary exchange of credit in pesosThrough presentations to market players, officials presented the characteristics of …

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The rupee drops 17 paise to close at 79.32 against the US dollar

On August 3, the rupiah fell 62 paise to close at 79.15, marking its worst single-day drop in the current financial year. On August 3, the rupiah fell 62 paise to close at 79.15, marking its worst single-day drop in the current financial year. The rupiah depreciated 17 paises to …

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Milton Friedman’s view on currency boards explained by Hanke amid collapse of soft peg in Sri Lanka

ECONOMYNEXT – Milton Friedman, widely known for his work on taming floating exchange rates, was also a proponent of currency boards or hard pegs, which are also a consistent free market mechanism, said Steve Hanke, a leading American economist in an interview in Sri Lanka. Sri Lanka is currently in …

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The ringgit opens slightly lower against the US dollar

At 09:00, the local currency stood at 4.4570/4595 against the greenback against yesterday’s close at 4.4540/4565. ― Photo by Hari Anggara Wednesday August 03, 2022 09:58 MYT KUALA LUMPUR, August 3 ― The ringgit opened slightly lower against the US dollar this morning as investors continue to seek refuge in …

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Meta’s Facebook algos are losing ground to European lunatics

Comment this story Comment The economy is weakening, and so is advertising demand — at least that’s how Facebook’s parent company, Meta Platforms Inc., justified its first-ever quarterly drop in revenue last week. Social media rivals Snap Inc. and Twitter Inc. echoed the gloom, deepening this year’s fall in share …

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It is very important to have a good understanding of a company before investing your money in it. A company’s stock fundamentals are key metrics that can provide good insight into a stock. One can assess the finances of a business such as loss of profits, balance sheet, operating costs, …

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Ringgit ends lower on August 1 as US dollar index accelerates downtrend

KUALA LUMPUR (August 1): The Ringgit ended lower against the US Dollar on Monday (August 1), as the US Dollar Index (DXY) broke its three-day downtrend around the monthly low. The DXY, which was holding lower near 105.80 during Monday’s Asian trading session, pared recent losses amid caution ahead of …

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GLOBAL MARKETS – Asian equities remain sluggish, dollar resumes retreat

Band Wayne Cole SYDNEY, August 1 (Reuters) – Asian stocks were sluggish on Monday as disappointing Chinese economic data fueled doubts over Wall Street’s continued recovery, while the dollar continued its retreat against the yen as speculators were forced out of positions. short suddenly unprofitable. The official measure of factory …

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Pakistani rupee falls 36% against Saudi riyal in seven months

KARACHI: The Pakistani Rupee (PKR) registered a sharp drop of 16.79 rupees or 36% against the Saudi Riyal in the last seven months from January to July 2022, according to official data. According to weighted average customer exchange rates issued by the State Bank of Pakistan (SBP), the selling rate …

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Some users will at least occasionally need to convert one type of metric or imperial unit to another, whether for length measurements, data, volume, weight, speed, area, etc. Of course, you can use any small stand-alone calculator to convert these units. . However, a Windows 11 computer is a big …

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Mikko Lemola Four offerings were evaluated last week, only two of which met the criteria to be included in our 2022 IPO statistics. biotechnologies MAIA Biotechnology (MAIA) offered more shares and a low price for raise $10 million at a market cap of $68 million. MAIA’s lead candidate is expected …

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Dollar Traps US Businesses in $4 Trillion Stress Test

US one dollar banknotes are seen in front of the stock market graph displayed in this illustration taken February 8, 2021. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/Illustration Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register NEW YORK, July 29 (Reuters Breakingviews) – The strength of the dollar is becoming a test of nerves …

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Tourists visit the Suleymaniye Mosque in Istanbul, Turkey, December 6, 2021. REUTERS/Umit Bektas Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register Overseas visitor numbers rebound to near pre-pandemic levels Tourism revenue is essential to the Turkish economy The fall of the pound makes Turkey a more attractive destination ISTANBUL, …

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U.S. stock futures edged lower on Thursday, following the biggest single-session gain for tech stocks in more than two years, as investors scrutinize details of the Federal Reserve’s back-to-back jumbo rate hikes and prepare for a key second quarter growth reading before trading begins. Fed Chairman Jerome Powell reiterated his …

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Powell puts 75 basis point hike on table for September, Fed ‘committed’ to cutting inflation, come heck or high water: Most hawkish FOMC press conference I’ve ever watched

‘Low-income people are suffering from high inflation’: Powell seems to want the markets out of denial. By Wolf Richter for WOLF STREET. The FOMC today voted to raise all policy rates an additional “abnormally high” 75 basis points, the second consecutive such hike, the most hawkish moves since 1994, with …

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Gulf Central Banks Hike Rates as Fed Makes Second 75bp Hike

DUBAI, July 27 (Reuters) – Most Gulf central banks raised key interest rates by three-quarters of a percentage point on Wednesday, following the lead of the U.S. Federal Reserve, with their currencies pegged to the dollar. The Central Bank of Kuwait, the only one of the six Gulf Cooperation Council …

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Which planets are retrograde in August 2022? The answer might make you nervous

The term retrograde has bad press. (Mercury rx, I blame you.) But surprisingly, retrogrades aren’t always earth-shattering events. How a retrograde tends to change life depends on the planet itself and its proximity to the sun, which vary widely. For example, retrogrades of Mercury and Venus are often more visible, …

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QR codes are gaining ground in Southeast Asia

Jhe concept of QR codes that was pioneered in China is gaining popularity in Southeast Asia. Central banks in the region are looking to link their payment systems that will allow customers to buy goods and services by scanning QR codes within a year. Bloomberg reported that five of the …

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