As Yields Rise, Some US Banks Shift Cash Into Treasuries

JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon speaks at the 2019 North American Building Trades Unions (NABTU) Legislative Conference in Washington, United States, April 9, 2019. REUTERS / Jeenah Moon / File Photo Oct. 14 (Reuters) – Some major U.S. banks are buying more U.S. government securities as yields start to rise …

Read More »

As the UAE’s economic recovery accelerates, how will my money pile up?

As the UAE’s economic recovery gathers pace, how will your money pile up? Dubai skyline photo used for illustration purposes. Image Credit: Shutterstock Strong points The UAE’s economy is rebounding rapidly from the slowdown caused by COVID-19, several reports from major regulators have shown in recent weeks. But how fast …

Read More »

Volunteers try to dig up one of HUNDREDS of houses completely buried in ashes in La Palma

Volunteers work to dig hundreds of houses buried under toxic ash in La Palma, as the island was hit last night by the strongest earthquake since a volcanic eruption almost a month ago. Images filmed by local Juanma Hernandez show houses barely visible under a mountain of black ash. Volunteers …

Read More »

Harvest Deal with Speedcast to Improve Global Connectivity for Remote Workers

Posted: October 13, 2021 at 10:44 PM EDT|Update: 2 hours ago PERTH, Australia, October 13, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Harvest Technology Group Limited (ASX: HTG), a global leader in network-optimized remote operations, today announced that it has signed an official reseller agreement with Speedcast, a leading service provider IT …

Read More »

Strengthened Covid-19 vax program ensures economic recovery

RCBC Chief Economist Michael Ricafort (left) and Nicholas Mapa, ING Bank Manila Senior Economist MANILA – The government’s strengthened vaccination campaign against coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) ensures economic recovery and granular lockdowns may mitigate the impact of the pandemic, economists say. Responding to questions from the Philippine news agency, Rizal …

Read More »

Where history, TV shows and poo museums live

It is impossible not to talk about this bridge when we talk about Richmond in Tasmania. First of all, it is the oldest bridge in Australia. Second, it is one of the many infrastructures built by inmates still standing today. The many sandstone buildings constructed in the 1800s are a …

Read More »

Stocks fall ahead of earnings amid inflation anxiety: markets wrap themselves

This content was published on October 12, 2021 – 5:14 PM October 12, 2021 – 5:14 PM (Bloomberg) – Stocks fell as investors waited for the start of the earnings season, while comparing the risk of inflation to the outlook for an economic rebound. Traders fear that price pressures will …

Read More »

New South Wales Businesses Receive Christmas Stock Certainty | Magnet

Small and medium-sized businesses have been given the green light to restock for Christmas as NSW Premier Dominic Perrottet expresses hope that the state’s economy will grow again in the December quarter. And while the Labor opposition supported the package, it expressed concern that the toll relief measures would prove …

Read More »

Intercontinental Exchange stock continues long period of acceleration, hovers near all-time high

The stock market giant Intercontinental exchange (ICE), the parent company of the New York Stock Exchange and other exchanges, continues to roll out new models and explode. As a result, the relative strength (RS) rating of the ICE stock rose to 72 on Monday, from 68 on the previous trading …

Read More »

GitLab IPO: 5 things to know about the all-remote software publisher that could be valued at over $ 8 billion

GitLab Inc. is a fully remote software company expected to reach a valuation of over $ 8 billion in its initial public offering this week. Gitlab GTLB, aims to raise up to $ 502.2 million in an offering of 8.4 million shares ranging from $ 55 to $ 60 per …

Read More »