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Facebook parent company To delay deal with Supernatural maker Within
On to a court filing, Meta Platforms, parent of Facebook, is making a big play for virtual reality, has agreed to delay its deal with within Unlimited, maker of the popular fitness app Supernatural. According to a court filing, Meta Platforms, parent of Facebook, is making a big play for virtual reality, has agreed to delay its deal with Within Unlimited , maker of the popular fitness app Supernatural. The federal Trade Commission had filed a lawsuit seeking to stop the deal in July, and they...
Updated: 08/05/2022
Lithuania minister says banks can't oblige them
The minister told the public radio LRT on Wednesday that the state can't oblige banks in any way, it will depend on their own decisions. The minister told the public radio LRT on Wednesday that the state can't oblige banks in any way, it will depend on their own decisions. Lithuania's Siauliu Bankas announced in July that it would stop processing payments in Russian roubles, regardless of the recipient's country, and will do the same for payments to or from Russia and Belarus in any currency as...
Updated: 08/05/2022
India's forex reserves rise for fourth straight week
Foreign exchange reserves in the country rose $2.4 billion during the week ending July 29 after declining for four consecutive weeks as foreign portfolio investors returned to Indian markets as net investors returned To Indian markets by net investors. Foreign exchange reserves in the country rose $2.4 billion during the week ending July 29 after declining for four consecutive weeks as foreign portfolio investors returned to Indian markets as net investors. India's foreign exchange reserves were...
Updated: 08/05/2022
Dongyang says all fever patients fully recover
A worker in protective gear stands on an empty sidewalk in Pyongyang, the DPRK, on May 17, 2022, in this photo provided by the Democratic People's Republic of Korea government. SEOUL JAKARTA SINGAPORE SUM A worker in protective gear stands on an empty sidewalk in Pyongyang, the DPRK , on May 17, 2022, in this photo provided by the Democratic People's Republic of Korea government. SEOUL JAK ARTA SINGAPORE -- The Democratic People's Republic of Korea said on Friday all of its fever patients had...
Updated: 08/05/2022
UK economy to fall into recession in final quarter
The Bank of England warned that the UK will fall into recession in the final quarter of this year, despite the slowing down of the hiring spree that followed the pandemic. The Bank of England warned that the UK will fall into recession in the final quarter of this year, despite the slowing down of the hiring spree that followed the Pandemic. The bank raised interest rates from 1.25% to 1.75% in a bid to curb soaring prices. According to the jobs report from KPMG and the Recruitment and Employment...
Updated: 08/04/2022
Goldman Sachs analysts say Wall Street rally unlikely to last long
The recent rebound in the US stock market will likely prove to be short-lived, according to strategists at Goldman Sachs.wagen Equities bounced back in July with a solid and rare rally thanks to some weaker economic data that buoyed expectations of a dovish Federal Reserve and rare race thanks to those weaker economic information that buoyED expectations of an unprovished Financial Investment Investment Investment Investments The recent rebound in the US stock market will likely prove to be short-lived...
Updated: 08/04/2022
Jobless claims hit nine-month high in July
There were 260,000 people applying for unemployment benefits at the end of July, keeping jobless claims near a nine-month high and signalling a softerening in the U.S. labor market as the economy slows. There were 260,000 people applying for unemployment benefits at the end of July, keeping jobless claims near a nine-month high and signalling a softerening in the U.S. labor market as the economy slows. In the previous week, initial jobless claims increased by 6,000 from a revised 254,000. Economists...
Updated: 08/04/2022
Bank of England predicts recession as inflation rises
It is its prediction of a recession as long as the great financial crisis and as deep as that seen in the early 1990s that is the big shock here. It is its prediction of a recession as long as the great financial crisis and as deep as that seen in the early 1990s that is the big shock here. The Bank thinks that the energy bills hitting nearly 300 per month on average, treble their level of a year ago, will plunge the economy into a recession in the final quarter of this year. If global energy...
Updated: 08/04/2022
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