Why currency volatility could make a comeback

October 30, 2021 FOREIGN-EXCHANGE the markets were once a hotbed of lively speculative activity. But today traders looking for an adrenaline rush should look to assets like cryptocurrencies instead. Barring a brief surge at the start of the pandemic – and isolated events in the Turkish lira – currency markets …

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Setting up direct deposit for unemployment benefits could take years, EDD says

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (KGO) – State lawmakers were furious when the Employment Development Department renewed its difficult partnership with Bank of America to pay unemployment benefits. EDD renewed the contract for up to two more years despite widespread EDD debit card fraud and thousands of frozen accounts. It left many workers …

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How Financial Advisors Work With Billionaires

Billionaires are in a class of their own when it comes to seeking financial planning advice. Financial advisors need to understand … Billionaires are in a class of their own when it comes to seeking financial planning advice. Financial advisers need to understand that billionaires aren’t just millionaires with three …

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Wyden fills in details for ‘billionaire income tax’

“We have a historic opportunity with the billionaire income tax to restore fairness to our tax code and fund critical investments in American families,” Wyden said. “The billionaire income tax would ensure that billionaires pay taxes every year, just like American workers.” It would be a fundamental change in how …

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Mitch McConnell tears up Biden child tax credit as ‘monthly welfare deposit’

McConnell mocked the Biden Child Tax Credit as a new form of welfare. Most families earning less than $ 150,000 are eligible for monthly checks of up to $ 300, depending on the child’s age. Early research indicates that credit has helped reduce poverty rates without discouraging work. Loading Something …

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Richard Hambleton collector and promoter Andy Valmorbida admits various crimes in court

An art dealer the New York Times once called a ‘young pop-up exhibitionist and arrogant Australian-born art entrepreneur’, got involved in a Jersey court, admitting to forging documents to present himself as the owner and make a profit on works by Francis Bacon, Basquiat, George Condo and Frank Auerbach. Andy …

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Brands on Kim Seon Ho’s Removal from Ads Amid Controversy, Says “He Has Handled Crisis With Zero Professionalism”

South Korean actor Kim Seon Ho, aka the Dimple Prince, has continued to make headlines for all the wrong reasons since being embroiled in a controversy involving his love life. Amid the sea of ​​accusations and speculation, the “Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha” actor has been removed from several projects, including movies, a …

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Green Initiative in the Middle East: “pioneering work” to protect the planet |

Just days before the G20 summit of the main industrialized countries in Rome, immediately followed by the United Nations climate conference (COP26) in Glasgow, Deputy Secretary General Amina Mohammed welcomed the new initiative. In our fight against climate change, failure is a choice, not a certainty. The launch of the …

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The ridiculous time it takes to save for a mortgage deposit even for a very basic house in Australia

Australian real estate is now so expensive that it takes more than 14 years for the average worker to put together a mortgage deposit for a typical Sydney home. The situation is so bad that the global rating agency Moody’s Investors Service has predicted that housing affordability will “continue to …

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Copper and silver see strong speculative demand

Saxo Bank publishes weekly Trader Engagement (COT) reports covering leveraged fund positions in commodities, bonds and stock index futures. For IMM and VIX currency futures, we use the larger measure called non-trading. This summary highlights the futures positions and the changes made by commodities, forex and financial hedge funds until …

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