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Last Friday, Turkey’s 80 million inhabitants woke up to a declining and desperate economy. The country, which had recently shown signs of promising economic growth, was suddenly diagnosed with a full-blown currency crisis. Plummeting to an all-time low on Monday, the Turkish lira remains in focus today as the...
The European shares trending points In the first week of the New Year, the European shares posted their biggest gains since June 2016, while Germany 30 were 2.22 percent up and Britain’s FTSE 100 had closed the week with a 2.09 percent surge. Since European stronger-than-anticipated PMI data...
Researchers have reached an important milestone in the fight against malaria. A paper published this week in the scientific journal Nature Biotechnology details how gene editing was used to wipe out a caged colony of malaria-transmitting mosquitoes. The successful experiment was conducted by a team of researchers at Imperial College...
PM May pressing ahead despite emerging no-confidence vote issue UK PM May pressing Brexit despite threat of a no-confidence vote, as she would be leaving for Brussels to meet EU officials before an urgent EU summit due November 25th Sterling sluggishly pulsing back from last week’s sell-off, as FED’s...
Recent bearish crypto market might seem to be lucrative for the crypto buyers, as the prices are on the edges. Yet, it might not have been the right time to purchase crypto. Unless, we have something solid, crypto trading is too risky. Whenever, we are looking at the charts,...
Anger as artefacts destroyed by fire at Brazil National Museum On Sunday, the 2nd of September, a devastating fire swept through the National Museum of Brazil. While fire fighters have not yet been able to gain total access to the building to assess the full extent of the damage,...
Euro trending points A disappointing EU PMI indicated that the Q4 growth stalled on 0.3%, smashing the Euro towards its key support level at 1.1330s. EUR/USD pair had remained inconclusive, as EUR is struggling to make a decisive move higher The third rejection of revised Italy budget had just...
It’s typically only used as a bragging tool between friends, but it may now be worth paying more attention to your Uber rating if you want to continue using the service. A few months ago, it was the potential for Uber to detect whether app-users were drunk or high...
As tension mounts in the Middle East, positive steps continue to be made in the Far East between North Korea and its rivals. Early yesterday morning, three US citizens touched down on home soil, having been released from captivity in North Korea only hours before. The move likely constitutes a goodwill...
As companies across Europe tighten up their processes ahead of the implementation of GDPR tomorrow, Facebook remains relatively sanguine on the subject of its infamous data breach. The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a robust EU directive that dramatically restricts what information companies and organizations can gather about European...