Month: August 2020

Alexei Navalny’s visit to Siberia last week went like most of the trips he has taken across the country to galvanise anger against President Vladimir Putin. Russia’s most popular opposition leader posed for selfies with supporters, took a dip in the Tom river, and evaded a conspicuous tail from Russian secret services. On the flight
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Want to study in Australia? We have both good and bad news. Australia is one of the 10 most sought-after destinations for U.S. students who go abroad. And there are a few very good reasons. Many of its universities rank among the world’s top 100, and the country is home to a number of the
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Shinzo Abe will stand down as prime minister of Japan on Friday evening because of a worsening medical condition, according to his ministers and close aides. His resignation, expected in a press conference at 5pm local time, will end an eight-year term during which Mr Abe brought stability to Japanese politics and became the longest-serving
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If you can walk into a supermarket and find South American bananas, Brazilian coffee, and a bottle of South African wine, you’re experiencing the impacts of international trade. International trade allows countries to expand their markets and access goods and services that otherwise may not have been available domestically. As a result of international trade,
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CNBC’s Jim Cramer on Thursday praised the Federal Reserve and its chairman, Jerome Powell, for updating their approach to monetary policy to help the U.S. economy recover from the coronavirus pandemic.  “Powell is on the side of the bulls,” Cramer said on “Squawk on the Street.”  The Fed earlier Thursday said it would be willing to
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Bjorn Austraat, SVP, AI Enterprise Solutions at Wells Fargo, will discuss how to go from idea to experience, when creating AI programs at your bank at an enterprise scale. He will share his “4D” pragmatic, tested, and effective structure for overcoming some of the most common AI roadblocks. Insights into ways to create alignment across
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The Federal Reserve has adopted a new strategy for monetary policy that will be more tolerant of temporary increases in inflation, cementing expectations that the US central bank will keep interest rates at ultra-low levels for years to come.  Jay Powell, the Fed chair, announced the shift as he addressed the Jackson Hole monetary policy
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Investment Thesis In the investment fund world, cheaper often means bigger (as in assets under management). With so many now charging less than 0.05%, the competition for investor dollars has become incredibly fierce. Fidelity went big by offering the first “zero” fund in the marketplace – zero minimum investment required, zero trading commissions and a
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HSBC Global Asset Management and climate change advisory and investment firm Pollination Group are teaming up to launch a series of billion-dollar funds that will target “natural capital.”  The new venture, which is the largest of its kind, will be called HSBC Pollination Climate Asset Management. The funds will target institutional investors including pension funds
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Bloomberg | Bloomberg | Getty Images Check out the companies making headlines after the bell:  NetApp — NetApp shares rose more than 10% in after-hours trading after the data-storage company reported unexpected earnings and sales growth. NetApp reported adjusted earnings of 73 cents a share, up from 65 cents a share a year ago. Analysts had expected
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Million Dollar Beach House the latest Netflix NFLX offering in the world of reality real estate shows debuts today. From Beverly Hills to the Hamptons glimpses into the multi-million-dollar homes and the people who sell them have become hot properties.   Bravo’s Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles boosted the careers of Los Angeles brokers James Harris
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S&P 500 short interest as % of market cap at 15-year low Energy lone sector with above average short interest Short sellers targeting fixed income ETFs on yield curve prediction The median S&P 500 stock short interest as percentage of market capitalization at the start of August was 1.8%, according to Goldman Sachs. Against the
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Satellite antenna builder Kymeta announced Tuesday that it closed a significant new round of fundraising led by Bill Gates, as the start-up looks to increase manufacturing and sales of its mobile communications product. “At the end of the day, the problem that our customers want to solve is highly reliable broadband service,” Kymeta executive chairman
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