Lunar ice, research imbalance and new Minister of Science

Researchers at NASA’s Glenn Research Center in Cleveland, Ohio, test a model of VIPER on simulated lunar terrain.Credit: NASA / GRC / Bridget Caswell Will NASA’s lunar rover find enough ice it is looking for? NASA plans to land its next lunar rover next to a crater, named Nobile, near …

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ENaira website goes live showing features of CBN digital currency – ::: … The Tide News Online ::: …

Economic operators and actors in the productive sector of the economy deplore the difficulties they encounter in accessing foreign currency to do their business.They noted that the situation worsened when the Central Bank of Nigeria banned the Bureau de Change from not trading in forex.Speaking on the matter, a businessman, …

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DA: Don’t buy contraband vegetables

FRESHNESS Smuggled carrots, which appear to have been harvested recently, have flooded the markets. —EV ESPIRITU Agriculture Secretary William Dar on Tuesday advised consumers to temporarily refrain from purchasing vegetables as contraband agricultural products continued to flood public markets in Metro Manila. Dar issued the warning as lawmakers urged the …

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The price of this household item is plummeting – 24/7 Wall St.

Special report September 28, 2021 3:00 p.m. Concerns about inflation have grown in recent months as federal stimulus payments have increased the ability of consumers to spend more than they have been doing since long before the recession caused by COVID-19. This was compounded by the difficulties of low-wage industries …

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Libertarian activists lead protests against the coronavirus

Coronavirus misinformation has steadily escalated in New Hampshire: at State House, in school policy debates, and at public protests. Some of these have taken the form of individual protests, with citizens showing up with homemade signs on street corners and on the lawn of the State House. But much of …

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CBN governor fails, but finance and trade ministers fail to play their part

Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) Governor Godwin Emefiele bears most of the blame for his mismanagement of the foreign exchange market, but Finance Minister Zainab Ahmed and Trade and Investment Minister Niyi Adebayo should not be absolved of the guilt of economic mismanagement in the country, the findings of ICIR …

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Opinion: Inflation is not over yet. Here’s when we should finally see lower prices

Total Consumer price index (CPI) rose 5.3% year-on-year in August after reaching 5.4% year-on-year two months earlier. The core index, which excludes the volatile components of food and energy, rose 4% year-on-year in August after peaking at 4.5% in June. Importantly, the month-to-month rates of increase for each of these …

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China’s energy crisis will shake the whole world

Large parts of northeast China face power cuts for several hours each day, hitting traffic lights and cell phone masts. Yicai Global has warned of power outages and water shortages until next March. Guangdong in the south will stop using elevators in office buildings below the third floor. Air conditioners …

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Why are some UT professors afraid of ideas?

At their best, universities are places where the best minds and the best ideas compete, where students are presented with the breadth and depth of science, history, philosophy and art. , and where they are guided through rigorous study to reach conclusions that, over time, will again advance human knowledge. …

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BOC investigates suspected carrot smuggling in PH – UNTV News

Manila, Philippines – The Customs Office (BOC) said on Tuesday it had opened an investigation into reports of the alleged sale of contraband carrots in the country. In a statement, the BOC said it had coordinated with the Ministry of Agriculture (DA), the Bureau of Plant Industry (BPI) and the …

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Gas flaring deals could solve one of Iraq’s biggest problems

As a corollary to its new oil production target of seven million barrels per day (bpd) by 2025, Iraq has repeatedly said it will stop gas flaring at the same time. As with all Iraqi statements, this commitment should be viewed with skepticism, but any move in this direction will …

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Recycling company and manager to pay $ 34 million for smuggling program

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (KERO) – Recycling Services Alliance, Inc. (RSA) and its COO to Pay Over $ 34 Million for Illegal Filing of California Reimbursement Value (CRV) Claims Based on Thousands of weight tickets made over multiple years, according to a statement from the California Department of Recycling and Resource Recovery …

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Focus on the donut, not the hole

Under current tax regulations, capital gains on assets must be realized to generate a tax burden. In other words, unless or until you sell a valued asset, you will not be subject to any tax on paper gain. If you never sell the asset, i.e. if you die while holding …

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Reviews | Establishing freedom: contested, changing, conflicting definitions

The news that the University of Texas at Austin is courting donors for a Liberty Institute is a reminder of the danger of ideology undermining university life. Provost Sharon Wood, responding to professors’ concerns, said that the aim of such an institute would be “to look at problems from several …

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Gina Rinehart warns Australia will end up impoverishing like Sri Lanka or Argentina

Rare missive: Mine tycoon Gina Rinehart – seen at Magic Millions on the Gold Coast last year – wrote essay detailing her thoughts on the state of Australia Gina Rinehart has warned that Australia is on the same path as Sri Lanka and Argentina to go from prosperity to poverty …

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No information leaked from Google probe, CCI told HC, Telecom News, ET Telecom

New Delhi: The Indian Competition Commission (ICC) told the Delhi High Court on Monday that it had not disclosed any information to the media regarding an investigation into Google’s Android smartphone deals. Taking note of the ICC’s submissions, the High Court said nothing survived the petition filed by internet giant …

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ambassador in limbo calls for Afghans to be allowed into EU | Afghanistan

In other times, Mirwais Samadi would have hosted a campaign to dissuade his compatriots from choosing to become illegal migrants and embarking on the often dangerous journey from Afghanistan to Europe. By far the worst part of his job as Afghanistan’s ambassador to Athens – aside from the bizarre limbo …

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GBP JPY – FUNDAMENTAL DRIVERS for CAPITALCOM: GBPJPY By Thunderpips

GBP FUNDAMENTAL BIAS: BULLISH 1. The Monetary Policy outlook for the BOE The BoE’s September policy meeting saw money markets rush to assess a much faster and more aggressive policy than expected. Even if this corresponds of course to our bullish bias for the pound, we think the market is …

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NBI Arrests Doctor and Daughter for Covid Drug Trafficking in Cebu

THE National Bureau of Investigation has arrested a father-daughter team in Cebu for smuggling drugs used to treat coronavirus disease (Covid-19). On its Facebook page on Saturday, September 25, 2021, the office announced that Dr Nelson Ong y Tiu and his daughter Raisa Nicole Ong y Cheng, a third-year medical …

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With rising inflation, how can you best protect your investments?

The accelerating pace of inflation is one of the main economic trends for 2021. The Consumer Price Index or CPI, the government’s main indicator of inflation, has hovered around an annual rate of 5% in recent months, well above the 1.4% rate of the last year and the 50-year average …

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Interest rate – Taurus

At its board meeting on September 7, the RBA announced that a cash rate hike before 2024 was unlikely. The rationale for the decision was inflation in the 2-3% range, which the RBA does not expect to happen until 2024. On the economic front, the bank is seeing a slowdown …

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Many countries join call for no new coal-fired power plants ahead of COP26, Energy News, ET EnergyWorld

New Delhi: Following China’s announcement to stop financing coal-fired electricity abroad, a group of countries such as Sri Lanka, Chile, Denmark, France, Germany, Montenegro and the UK announced a ‘No New Coal Power Compact’, aimed at encouraging all other countries to commit to halt construction of new coal-fired power plants …

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Noida STF, police dismantle a gang of marijuana traffickers, 6 arrested | News from Noida

Ghaziabad: In a joint operation by the Noida Special Force (STF) and the Noida Police, a smuggling gang was arrested in Surajpur on Saturday with the arrest of its six members. According to the police, the arrest was made in connection with the alleged smuggling of 251 kg of cannabis …

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Six arrested in Greater Noida for smuggling and selling marijuana in the NCR

The Special Task Force (STF), police in Noida and Surajpur on Friday seized more than 250 kilograms of marijuana and arrested six people in Greater Noida. They said the suspects would bring narcotics from Odisha and Andhra Pradesh and sell them in the National Capital Region (NCR). Raj Kumar Mishra, …

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US issues additional sanctions against Russian pipeline projects and chemical weapons programs

In recent weeks, the US government has imposed a series of additional sanctions on Russia consisting of additional measures focused on the energy pipeline sector, as well as other measures in response to the alleged poisoning of Alexy Navalny. This latest escalation in sanctions against Russia builds on the April …

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Arizona recount results raise issues for GOP-backed ballot reviews in other states

FILE – In this May 6, 2021 file photo, Maricopa County ballots cast in the 2020 general election are reviewed and recounted by contractors working for Florida-based company Cyber ​​Ninjas at the Veterans Memorial Phoenix Coliseum. . (AP Photo / Matt York, pool, file) WASHINGTON – A GOP-commissioned report that …

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California dominates nation in economic divide – San Bernardino Sun

So, is California a good place to do business? Well, my trusty spreadsheet is certain of one thing. No state differentiates opinions about the quality of its business climate more than California. A review of eight state-to-state scorecards revealed a large division when scoring the Golden State’s economy. Rankings have …

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California dominates nation in economic division – Whittier Daily News

So, is California a good place to do business? Well, my trusty spreadsheet is certain of one thing. No state differentiates opinions about the quality of its business climate more than California. A review of eight state-to-state scorecards revealed a large division when scoring the Golden State’s economy. Rankings have …

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Sri Lanka to stop building coal-fired power plants, aims to be net-zero by 2050, Energy News, ET EnergyWorld

COLOMBO (Reuters) – Sri Lanka to stop building new coal-fired power plants and achieve net zero carbon emissions by 2050, President Gotabaya Rajapaksa said on Friday in a speech to the Nations International Energy Forum United. Sri Lanka has set a target of reaching 70% of all its energy needs …

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Armed only with batons, forest guards say they are ill-equipped to deal with smugglers | Latest Delhi News

A day after four forest officials on patrol in Asola Bhatti Wildlife Sanctuary were attacked by more than two dozen men suspected of being alcohol smugglers, senior forestry officials said he was the second such attack in the past three months and that they were poorly equipped. stop these attacks …

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Implications for currency and fiscal position

Friday, September 24, 2021 / 3:35 p.m. / by CardinalStone Research / Header image credit: Ziraat Bankasi Event Nigeria successfully entered the international capital market on Tuesday, issuing $ 4.0 billion in Eurobonds. The issue was split over three maturities, $ 1.25 billion over the 7-year, $ 1.5 billion over …

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Who is the big boss of heroin smuggling: Uma

Former Minister Devineni Umamaheswara Rao demanded that the Bigg Boss behind smuggling heroin worth thousands of rupee crore into the state be arrested by central investigative agencies. According to reports, Aashi Trading Company, based near Vijayawada in Andhra Pradesh, received 25 tonnes of heroin worth Rs 72,000 crore. The company …

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California GOP plots bounce back from devastating recall defeat

LOS ANGELES (AP) – California Republicans are eager to end their unsuccessful efforts to topple Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom in a recall election and focus on U.S. House races next year which could determine which party controls Congress and whether House GOP Leader Kevin McCarthy steps up to the speaker’s …

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Too much inflation? Just increase the inflation target – OpEd – Eurasia Review

By Ryan McMaken * In late August, Fed Chairman Jerome Powell suggested that the Federal Reserve would start to decline before the end of the year, an admission that price inflation exceeded the target of 2%. Nonetheless, the Fed took no immediate action the following month. This week, Powell again …

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ACT Research Exposes Problems Underlying “Best Freight Economy” In History

The year 2021 could go down in history as “the best freight economy in US history,” according to ACT Research. But, as all carriers know, as the demand for physical goods has increased, so has the demand for tractors, trailers, and everything else that fleets need to do their jobs …

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Government offers 15 CBM blocks in first round of auction

New Delhi: The government offered 15 blocks for coal seam gas extraction (CBM) in the first tender in over a decade. The blocks are located in Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, West Bengal, Jharkhand, Odisha and Chhattisgarh, according to a tender notice issued by the General Directorate of Hydrocarbons (DGH). Offers under …

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Suspected migrant smugglers kill Mexican guard officer

TAPACHULA, Mexico (AP) – Suspected migrant smugglers killed a Mexican National Guard officer as he tried to stop a freight truck on Thursday, prosecutors said, the latest death in more migrant smuggling and more violent in Mexico. Prosecutors in the state of Chiapas, in the south of the country, said …

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Pubs serve a sober reality for an overly optimistic city

Bulletin: The Road to Recovery Expert coverage on the recovery of business and the economy after the pandemic. Delivered 3 times a week. Publicans like to complain. They have no shortage of reasons right now, facing staff shortages, skyrocketing costs, freight increases, a shortage of business meetings and a carbon …

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European equity markets consolidate their gains

European stock markets consolidated their recent gains Thursday morning after the US Federal Reserve (Fed) meeting failed to kick the curve. The Euro Stoxx 50 led the way with a rise of 1.34% to 4,205.17 points, followed by the German DAX which rose 1.2% to 15,695.85. The French CAC 40 …

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State power: a departure from Ronald Reagan’s limited government towards absolute intrusion

I’m old enough to remember when the Republican Party stood up for limited government and Ronald Reagan thundered “Government is not the solution to our problem, government is the problem.” Today’s Republican Party, while still claiming to defend limited government, is practicing exactly the opposite: government intrusion everywhere. Republican lawmakers …

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Small farmers have the answer to feed the world. Why isn’t the UN listening? | Elizabeth Mpofu and Henk Hobbelink

TThursday’s United Nations Food Summit proposes to help address the global nutrition crisis, with 800 million hungry and 1.9 billion obese, by better aligning food systems with development goals. But he will achieve nothing. The summit was hijacked early on by powerful business interests – but people are resisting. Hundreds …

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What is a panga boat?

According to Border Patrol, panga boats are the crowded ships often used for human trafficking. Here’s what we know about them. SAN DIEGO – We have seen several panga boats run aground along the coast of San Diego County over the past year and a half. This raises the question …

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Mexico Reports Increase in Human Trafficking Amid Rising Migration | World news

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – Human trafficking crimes in Mexico this year have more than tripled since 2020, the government said on Wednesday, as the country struggles to cope with a sharp increase in illegal immigration to the US border. Between January and August, Mexico recorded 1,232 human trafficking crimes, a …

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The average Nigerian can feed on N500, the naira still strong – former CIBN chairman

Posted September 22, 2021 Former Chartered Institute of Bankers of Nigeria President Professor Segun Ajibola said the naira is still strong in the Nigerian economy, adding that an average Nigerian can still feed himself on N500. Babcock University economics professor spoke on NTA’s “Good Morning Nigeria” breakfast show on Wednesday, …

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Grassroot Institute Founder Was Right About Big Government

The late Richard “Dick” Rowland, founder of the Grassroot Institute of Hawaii, famously remarked: “The bigger the government, the smaller you get. “ “Big government”, of course, is a euphemism for large-scale economic interventionism and authoritarianism, but also, and not coincidentally, a reference to the literal size of the government …

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UT-Austin tries to allay faculty concerns over planned Liberty Institute

Sign up for The Brief, our daily newsletter that keeps readers up to date with Texas’ most essential news. Executives at the University of Texas at Austin tried to allay faculty concerns this week over a proposed campus-based think tank known as the Liberty Institute, weeks after the Texas Tribune …

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Customs stop 5 smugglers in Lagos, Ogun

Through Steve agbota The Nigeria’s Customs Service, Federal Operations Unit (FOU) Zone A yesterday said it had arrested five suspected smugglers while carrying out a series of covert operations on criminal hideouts in Lagos and Ogun states. The raids may not be unrelated to the murder of a customs officer …

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Vietnam opens anti-dumping investigation into imports of certain tables and chairs from Malaysia and China – International law

Worldwide: Vietnam opens anti-dumping investigation into imports of certain tables and chairs from Malaysia and China To print this article, simply register or connect to Mondaq.com. On September 1, 2021, the Vietnamese government initiated an anti-dumping investigation into imports of certain tables and chairs originating in Malaysia and China (“some …

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Asean News Headlines at 10 p.m. on Tuesday, September 21

Malaysia Parliament: M’sia will ratify RCEP treaty by this year, says Azmin Lack of quorum forces temporary suspension of Dewan Rakyat proceedings Cost of performing Haj will increase due to inflation and Saudi Arabia regulations Covid-19: 15,759 new cases bring the total to 2,127,934 Covid-19: Death toll in Malaysia reaches …

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Evergrande is a Lehman-style lesson for China

gGlobal markets faced a massive selloff on Monday as investors feared the collapse of a major Chinese real estate company could have a contagious effect and undermine the financial stability of the world’s second-largest economy. A large real estate developer in China, Evergrande, which has unusually large debt, is in …

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Ninth soldier arrested in alleged cross-border car trafficking case involving SANDF members

The Falcons announced the arrest of nine soldiers in connection with a smuggling network of vehicles. Another soldier was arrested in connection with a cross-border smuggling case. This brings the total number of accused to nine. The soldiers reportedly accepted R15,000 for each stolen vehicle they allowed to cross the …

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Long Delayed Covid Pass Approved, Use Limited to Businesses in Restricted Areas | Yle Uutiset

The coronavirus pass should make it possible to organize events in complete safety. Fans at an Ursus Factory concert at the Tavastia Club in Helsinki in July 2021, during a period of slight restrictions. Image: Sini Järnström / Yle The government will submit to Parliament a proposal to amend the …

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Suspect used fake Spectrum service truck in human trafficking attempt

Cesar Rodriguez, LMTonline.com / Laredo Morning Times September 20, 2021Updated: Sep 20, 2021 7:32 PM 1of6 An alleged smuggler used this service truck to attempt to transport nine migrants. Courtesy Photo / US Border PatrolShow moreShow less 2of6 An alleged smuggler used this service truck to attempt to transport nine …

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Vaccination warrants on Florida nursing home staff are not easy to sell

Not all nursing homes have the same base. Some originate from the feeling that religious doctrine demands good care for the elderly in decline. Others were created because seniors are an important source of financial return. When profit is the primary focus in nursing homes, it is crucial to keep …

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It’s not just China Evergrande. Why the S&P 500 is collapsing and what to do – the Madison Leader Gazette

The stock market is crashing and a correction may be in sight. While China Evergrande is getting all the attention, the real issue could be the risks to earnings and valuations. S&P 500fell 1.7% on Monday. Although the decline is bad, the index is only down 3.9% from its all-time …

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US finalizes aluminum foil tariffs for 5 countries

By Alyssa Aquino (September 20, 2021, 6:29 p.m. EDT) – The US Department of Commerce has finalized a series of anti-dumping and countervailing duties on aluminum foil from five countries, claiming imports are subject to a dumping in the United States at unfair prices. The department on Friday unveiled tariffs …

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Fed to unveil new projections with investors on alert

U.S. Federal Reserve officials to reveal when and how often they think the economy will need an interest rate hike over the next three years when they release new forecasts at their policy meeting Wednesday, with investors on alert for a faster pace of tightening. The dot plot, published quarterly, …

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New Zealand police arrest gang members smuggling fried chicken

New Zealand police have arrested two gang associates who were trying to smuggle a car trunk full of fried chicken into Auckland. Auckland, the country’s largest city, has been under strict Covid-19 restrictions since mid-August, with no one allowed to enter or leave the region. All non-essential businesses, including fast …

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Yakima Valley College Begins Fall Term with Limited In-Person Classes | EDUCATION

Yakima Valley College begins its first day of classes for the fall semester on Monday. Most courses will remain online only, but a limited number of hybrid courses will bring some students back to campus. This term, some drama, music and clay classes will have in-person components, as well as …

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Global sales, BoE uncertainty and gas prices push sterling down

LONDON (Reuters) – The British pound hit a one-month low against the dollar on Monday as a global sell-off sparked by Evergrande’s struggles in China hit risky currencies as uncertainties over the Bank of England’s monetary policy and soaring gas prices also weighed on. FILE PHOTO: British five pound banknotes …

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USD smuggling adds pressure on weaker rupee

ISLAMABAD: The smuggling of US dollars from Pakistan to Afghanistan continues through carriers – agents, truck drivers and sometimes children – further pressure on the weakening Pakistani currency. This was revealed to Business Recorder by traders associated with currency trading at the Torkham and Chaman border crossings during substantive discussions. …

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CBN remains hawkish on BDCs and FX arbitrageurs as MPC keeps rates stable – Businessamlive

Exchange rates now come from CBN, not speculators Analysts say Nigerians and businesses face tough short-term period The general expectations of the economic experts of the monetary policy committee (MPC) of the CBN were ultimately not exaggerated, as the committee moved in the direction anticipated by several analysts who had …

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Give small businesses a break from paying start-up costs

As America slowly emerges from the COVID-19 pandemic, small businesses deserve special attention – because they have been particularly affected and because they are vital to job growth. Local governments in Northwest Arkansas can lead nationally by giving new businesses a break from paying start-up costs. Small businesses make up …

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A decade of information on building beauty brands in China

The breakneck speed at which the Chinese market is evolving, consumer sophistication and cultural nuances make it an incredibly difficult market to navigate. Without the right partner, it is almost impossible to be successful. What criteria does GED take into account when evaluating the partner brands that you want to …

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Authorities crack down on people aiding transnational cartels in human trafficking | New

Federal prosecutors are in the midst of a nationwide crackdown on individuals who assist transnational criminal organizations engaged in human trafficking across borders and deep into the United States. From Texas to New York City, U.S. attorneys have begun to prosecute and, in some cases, close cases against U.S. citizens …

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Nord Stream II: geopolitical and environmental hazard

19.sept. September 19, 2021 While much of the controversy surrounding the construction of the 1,224 km Nord Stream 2 pipeline has revolved around geopolitical concerns, its environmental implications have been at best underestimated and at worst explicitly ignored. Owned by the famous Russian energy company Gazprom, Nord Stream 2 will …

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Zera probe finds fuel scam

Sunday mail Martin Kadzère An investigation by the Zimbabwe Energy Regulatory Authority (ZERA) has uncovered a “massive abuse” of the Zimbabwean dollar fuel facility by oil traders who insist on payments in US dollars despite access to foreign currencies on the auction market. There are huge gaps between the currencies …

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TFSA Investors: Protect Your Wealth From Inflation With This Gold Action

Home ” Invest ” TFSA Investors: Protect Your Wealth From Inflation With This Gold Action Many TFSA investors have yet to invest excess amounts of money to exploit opportunities. Of course, you can subscribe to correction calls, but remember that higher inflation can dramatically reduce your purchasing power. The more …

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Protect your wealth from inflation with this gold stock

Gold ingots Written by Joey frenette at Motley Fool Canada Many TFSA investors have yet to invest excess amounts of money Opportunities. Of course, you can subscribe to correction calls, but remember that higher inflation can dramatically reduce your purchasing power. The more money you hold, the less it will …

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Warning for people smuggling exotic plants, animals into the island

People who smuggle exotic plants and wildlife to the island are implored to stop this illicit activity for the health and safety of Jamaicans. The smuggling of wild plants and animals can introduce dangerous diseases and invasive species into the country’s ecosystem, threatening the island’s biodiversity and posing a health …

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Despite censorship and poor internet, Cuban podcasts are booming

No subject is forbidden. El Enjambre provided detailed coverage of the remarkable July 11 anti-government protests in Cuba and the harsh criticism of the ruthless crackdown that followed. Hosts also dissected the dismal state of the healthcare system as Covid-19 cases increased on the island, mocked government spray initiatives to …

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Despite the dark clouds of the Taliban, optimism shines through

Social media has understandably gained a dismal reputation as a happy hunting ground for propagandists, trolls, and broadcasters of questionable or downright bogus fake news. This dismal position is not entirely unjustified, but it is not the whole truth either. Aside from those who use social media for very legitimate …

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Concepcion urges government to allow limited operations in gyms

Metro Manila (CNN Philippines, September 18) – Presidential Entrepreneurship Advisor Joey Concepcion hopes the government can give its starting signal to reopen gymnasiums in Metro Manila. In a virtual briefing on Saturday, Concepcion said he had offered to allow gym operations because the capital is on track to vaccinate 80% …

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Smuggling of wildlife to India on the rise

Smuggling of wildlife to India on the rise TBS Report September 18, 2021, 09:40 Last modification: September 18, 2021, 11:57 AM Bangladesh has long been a place of illegal collection and export of exotic animals to India TBS Report September 18, 2021, 09:40 Last modification: September 18, 2021, 11:57 AM …

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Connectivity is the new battleground

Most predictions about the future of technology age badly, but even the least premonitory of them can tell us a lot about the present. If a single statement could capture the mixture of Western pride and techno-utopia that marked the dawn of the 21st century, it was a remark by …

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Silwan residents throw stones, set cameras on fire in Jewish neighborhood

Dozens of Silwan residents in east Jerusalem threw stones and fired firecrackers at police and Jewish homes in the neighborhood on Friday evening, Walla reported. In addition, neighborhood security cameras were also set on fire. An armed group of men opened fire on IDF soldiers at the Jalama checkpoint, located …

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Should states sue Biden for a vaccine mandate? Utah lawmakers call for action

Utah legislative leaders want Governor Spencer Cox to reject President Joe Biden’s proposed COVID-19 vaccine requirements for business and say they fully support the multi-state legal effort to fight the “mandate “. Senate Speaker Stuart Adams R-Layton and House Speaker Brad Wilson R-Kaysville released a joint statement on Friday criticizing …

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UK retailing falters after fourth consecutive monthly decline

Updates on the economic impact of the coronavirus Sign up for myFT Daily Digest to be the first to know about news about the economic impact of the coronavirus. Coronavirus Business Update is changing! Starting Monday, the new ‘Road to Recovery’ newsletter will continue to provide the latest reports from …

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Lebanese new government raises oil price, signs audit agreement

Newly appointed Lebanese Finance Minister Youssef Khalil attends a handover ceremony in Beirut, Lebanon on September 14, 2021. REUTERS / Mohamed Azakir Rising gasoline prices reduce unaffordable subsidies Government signs new contract for central bank audit IMF says it had “courtesy calls” with members of the government Depleted reserves bolstered …

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Sandiganbayan dismisses ex-customs chief Faeldon’s plea to dismiss 2017 rice smuggling case

Metro Manila (CNN Philippines, September 17) – Sandiganbayan’s Fifth Division has denied former customs chief Nicanor Faeldon’s request to dismiss corruption cases brought against him for his involvement in the alleged 34.04 million yen smuggling of Vietnamese rice into the country there. is over four years old. Faeldon has been …

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Go out and shop

Americans came out and responded to that call to buy overnight, as US retail sales in August surprised on the upside, climbing 0.70% from an expected decline of -0.70% . Markets ignored the 0.70% adjustment to July’s numbers, focusing on the August stock and the Philadelphia Fed’s manufacturing index surging …

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Russia’s State Duma election will boost authoritarianism, experts say

A bus walks past a United Russia campaign poster placed ahead of the 8th convocation Russian State Duma elections scheduled for September 17-19. Vladimir Smirnov | TASS | Getty Images Russia will hold elections for the State Duma, the lower house of parliament, from Friday and experts expect the vote …

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STF dismantles a blood smuggling gang, an asset teacher detained in town | Lucknow News

Accused Dr Abhay Pratap Singh and his assistant Abhishek Pathak (R) Lucknow: The Special Task Force (STF) arrested two people in the state capital and dismantled a gang smuggling human blood from Punjab, Rajasthan and Haryana, diluting it with water salt and supplied it to various hospitals and blood banks …

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South Korean government sees tech companies as the new chaebol

A SOME MONTHS A few years ago, Kim Beom-su looked like the face of responsible capitalism in South Korea. In March, the billionaire founder of Kakao, which runs the country’s most popular messaging app and many other digital services, pledged to donate half his fortune to charity, the second Korean …

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Global debt is skyrocketing – and we need to talk about it

Updates on the global economy Sign up for myFT Daily Digest to be the first to know about global economic news. This month, the thorny topic of debt is belatedly returning to the political radar in Washington. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen last week warned that the U.S. government will run …

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In the right direction

The Union Cabinet approved a Rs 26,058 crore Production Incentive Program (PLI) for the automotive, automotive components and drone industries to promote domestic production and boost domestic production. ‘use. The program also aims to facilitate the transition from an automotive sector based on fossil fuels to one based on renewable …

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Importers, Manufacturers & Others Lament Naira Approaching N600 / $ – Blueprint Newspapers Limited

Importers of goods and services and other businessmen who depend on foreign currencies for their transactions have warned that prices of goods and services could skyrocket as the naira’s fortunes worsen against the US dollar and other international currencies. The parallel market exchange rate depreciated again to another all-time low …

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Shell pledges 7.5 MW of electricity to Rivers community to quell protests

By Adedapo Adesanya On July 27, the Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), Mr. Godwin Emefiele, in his usual attire of black suit and lemon tie announcement that the bank will stop selling foreign exchange (FX) to exchange bureaus (BDC). This was not without precedent, as such an …

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DVIDS – News – USCCC Northland returns home after 80-day patrol in Eastern Pacific and offloading drugs in Miami

PORTSMOUTH, Va .– USCGC Northland (WMEC 904) returned to Portsmouth on Monday, following an 80-day patrol in the Eastern Pacific Ocean in support of the Eleventh District Guard and Task Force interagency joint South. The Northland’s crew patrolled the eastern Pacific on counter-drug operations with the support of an aviation …

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State Senator Chris Elliott named 2021 Alabama Forestry Association Legislator of the Year

The Alabama Forestry Association (AFA) has named State Senator Chris Elliott (R-Daphne) as Lawmaker of the Year 2021. Elliott represents Senate District 32, which covers Baldwin County and sits on the Senate Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry Committee as well as the Deputy Chairman of the Government Affairs Committee. The AFA …

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