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Cryptocurrency price: Itcoin continues to fall, loses $1 trillion
... emerged as the Federal Reserve tries to rein in inflation, despite the fact that cryptocurrencies and stocks have moved in the same way as equities and many other risk assets. The case for more caution was reinforced on Friday. According to Bloomberg News , the Biden administration is preparing to release an initial government-wide strategy for digital assets as soon as next month and will ask federal agencies to assess the risks and opportunities they pose.
Updated: 01/22/2022
US embassy in Ukraine asks staff to evacuate amid Russia invasion fears
... of an imminent Russian invasion and the arrival overnight of arms deliveries promised by President Joe Biden . The US cable news network said the US evacuations are likely to start as early as next week, according to a source close to the Ukrainian government.... ... believed that a Russian invasion of Ukraine could be imminent and Putin is taking full advantage of a weakened west. He told the BBC that we are somewhat timid and risk-averse. Putin's ultimatum demanding Nato push back was dismissed, but that gave him the ...
Updated: 01/22/2022
Buyout firm PAG considering Hong Kong IPO
... looking for public listings. TPG Inc. raised $1 billion in a U.S.IPO earlier this month, while CVC Capital Partners has lined up banks for a London share sale in the second half of the year, which could be valued at more than $20 billion, Bloomberg News reported. According to its website, PAG manages $45 billion across absolute return, real estate investments and private equity and buyout funds, and is led by Chinese dealmaker Weijian Shan . It is currently raising $9 billion in a fund that would ...
Updated: 01/22/2022
Pearl Academy launches scholarship up to 100 per cent
... organizations from the world of design, fashion and media. Pearl Academy students are recruited from IBM , Accenture , Walt Disney, PhonePe , Capgemini , Innovacer, Ritu Kumar , Anju Modi, H&M , Myntra , ITC, Aditya Birla, W, GAP, Burberry , BBC News , Scoop Whoop and many more. D School of Business has announced scholarships for the academic year 2022, backed by Pearl Academy and London School of Business Finance. Admissions important dates are noopener for applicants to visit https: www.dschoolofbusiness....
Updated: 01/22/2022
People with depression are more likely to believe in COVID - 19 vaccine misinformation, study finds
New Jersey ANI - January 22, ANI during a time in which depression rates are increasing day by day due to COVID - 19, a new study shows that people who feel depressed are more likely to believe in vaccine-related misinformation. New Jersey ANI - January 22, ANI During a time in which depression rates are increasing day by day due to COVID - 19, a new study shows that people who feel depressed are more likely to believe in vaccine-related misinformation. The study, co-authored by a Rutgers researcher...
Updated: 01/22/2022
Biden, Japanese PM discuss China tensions in Pacific
... presided over a Politburo meeting of the ruling Workers' Party on Thursday, where officials set policy goals for immediately bolstering military capabilities to counter what were described as the Americans' hostile moves, according to the Korean Central News Agency . The White House said Biden made clear to Kishida that the U.S. would work closely with South Korea and Japan on next steps to discourage North Korea from further provocation. The Biden administration expects to announce further steps ...
Updated: 01/22/2022
Death toll rises to 100 at Pakistan airport
A fifth deadly wave of coronavirus in Pakistan has left about 100 employees at the Islamabad airport infected with COVID, according to ARY News. Cerberus, the Omicron strain was detected in some officers of the ATC control tower, which infected the other officers and personnel at the airport. A fifth deadly wave of coronavirus in Pakistan has left about 100 employees at the Islamabad ...
Updated: 01/22/2022
UN chief raises 5 alarms for the world for 2022
... diminished peace and security are some of the issues that need to be addressed, he said. He stressed that countries must go into emergency mode and now is the time to act as the response will determine global outcomes for decades ahead, according to UN News. Guterres said that countries must go into emergency mode in order to stop the spread of coronaviruses. Guterres was particularly blunt about the failure of the global financial system because of the pandemic. Let's tell it like it is: the global ...
Updated: 01/22/2022
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