Stocks Remain on Edge as Brexit Talks on Brink
Early on Friday, European shares remained mixed, capping the last complete trading week of the year, as investors were still on edge over a US fiscal stimulus and a Brexit trade deal. Shares in London climbed higher, boosted by a weaker dollar. Paris slipped and there were little gains...
Will the NY Judge Dismiss the Lawsuit against Tron Foundation?
In the recent reports, the Tron Foundation has requested the federal judge from New York to dismiss a lawsuit filed against it. As per sources, the lawsuit was filed against the Tron Foundation for breaching the securities regulations. The lawsuit has been filed alleging the firm for not adhering...
Malicious Actors Compromise Software Used by Homeland
As far as the internet security space is concerned, 2020 has seen a proliferation of cyberattacks and threats. The latest security breach resulted in a high-profile victim and it is none other than a major US government contractor. Cybersecurity firm FireEye and the United States Department of Homeland Security...
Latest Digital Yuan Pilot Makes 20,000 Transactions in Two Days
The Chinese efforts is actively working on trials of its digital yuan project, as they are regularly implementing further trials across the country. The most recent pilot could be an indication of the range of adoption of the asset, with transactions experiencing a surge. According to Global Times, a...
Sterling Climbs Due to an Extension in Brexit Talks
On Monday, Sterling reached the $1.34 mark, experiencing gains of more than 1%, after the European Union and Britain extended discussions for making a post-Brexit deal after Sunday’s deadline. The European Commission’s president, Ursula von der Leyen, and Boris Johnson, the British Prime Minister, told negotiators to continue their...
EU and Boris Johnson Ready to Go an Extra Mile for the Brexit Talks
The recent developments related to the Brexit Talks are now appearing to be a good thing for the people who had their reservations about the Brexit trade. It has been revealed that the President and the European Commission are yet to come to a final decision regarding the Brexit...
US FTC Files Antitrust Case against Facebook
For a long time, big tech companies have been the target of lawmakers and regulators on Capitol Hill due to a possible antitrust rhetoric. This week, the first step was taken by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) in what could turn out to be a possible dismantling of a...
Stocks Subdued by US Stimulus Doubts and Brexit
On Friday, world shares slipped as uncertainty regarding US stimulus talks and tricky Brexit negotiations reduced riskier bets even though coronavirus vaccines made progress, keeping the dollar weak and pushing Sterling down. There was a fall in European equities, with a 1.1% decline in the Euro STOXX 600 and...
Euro Remains Stable ahead of ECB Stimulus
On Thursday, the Euro managed to stand its ground before the European Central Bank (ECB) unveiled its fresh stimulus measures. In contrast, the British pound declined after the extension of post-Brexit talks until the weekend with the aim of finding the ever-elusive breakthrough. In recent weeks, the ECB officials...
Pound Volatility Surges as Johnson and von der Leyen Head to Dinner
On Wednesday, Sterling increased against a broadly week US dollar, after suffering from losses for three days, as British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson is heading to Brussels for dinner in a last-ditch attempt to make a Brexit deal with European Commission president Ursula von der Leyen. With only days...

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