Stock market on comeback path to what should be another fantastic earnings season

A specialist trader works in a booth on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York City, October 6, 2021. Brendan McDermid | Reuters Stocks proved hard to keep low this week, and the start of earnings season next week could further bolster the comeback if earnings come in as expected … Read more

Top Amazon aggregator Thrasio delays SPAC deal as executives exit

Thrasio, an early leader in the big business of Amazon aggregators, had a booth at the popular Prosperous Show for Amazon sellers in Las Vegas, Nevada on July 14, 2021. Katie Schoolov Thrasio, the top American aggregator Amazon Third-party vendors were rushing to the public market for its rapid expansion. But the company has delayed … Read more

Dow closes near flat line on Friday after jobs miss opportunity, but wins the week

The Dow had changed little on Friday, posting a winning week as optimism about a short-term debt ceiling deal surpassed a disappointing jobs report. The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 8.69 points to 34,746.25. The S&P 500 fell about 0.2% to 4,391.34. The tech-focused Nasdaq Composite fell 0.5% to 14,579.54. The big averages all finished … Read more

Singapore, South Korea Announce Bilateral Vaccinated Itinerary

Aircraft of Korean Air Lines Co. sitting on the tarmac of Incheon International Airport in Incheon, South Korea, on Wednesday, August 12, 2020. SeongJoon Cho | Bloomberg | Getty Images SINGAPORE — Quarantine-free travel between Singapore and South Korea will begin Nov. 15 for vaccinated travelers, the city-state’s transportation ministry announced on Friday. The two … Read more

Shares of Brazil are trading at a seven-month low

China Now the worst performing is the international market. Brazil has taken the lead amid delays in the past month. Of EWZ Brazil ETF 12% it has fallen during the stretch, to its lowest level since mid-March. But, for investors to see the potential for sinking, a market expert has a warning. “Bargaining is as … Read more

How Peloton is building a community around health and wellness

Cari Gundee rides her Peloton exercise bike at her home on April 06, 2020 in San Anselmo, California. Ezra Shaw | Getty Images platoon wants to be known as a health and wellness company, not a fitness company, according to the chief marketing executive. “We want to make sure we are reflective of the communities … Read more

Comcast’s Sky launches streaming TV in the UK

Dana Strong, CEO of Sky Group at the launch of Sky Glass, the new Streamy TV in the Sky. Jo Maher Getty Images Entertainment | Getty Images London – Of Comcast European Pay TV offer Sky has brought a smart television called Sky Glass. The product will allow customers to stream Sky TV and other … Read more

Bill de Blasio Abused NYPD Security Details in Presidential Campaign, Investigators Say

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio has failed to repay nearly $320,000 in government money used to fund the security details that traveled with him during his aborted presidential campaign, a new report said Thursday. The city detectives who investigated the use of de Blasio’s security credentials also concluded that the officer in charge … Read more

Europe is now ‘a hostage’ to Russia for energy

Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin in 2011. COFFRINI FABRICS | AFP | Getty Images LONDON — After Russia came to Europe’s rescue and offered to increase gas supplies to the region at rising prices, experts said one thing had become abundantly clear: Europe is now largely at the mercy of Russia when it comes to … Read more

Hong Kong’s Hang Seng Sen index rose 2 percent as Asia-Pacific stocks rose.

Shares of the Singapore-Asia Pacific rose on Thursday morning, with Hong Kong stocks gaining ground. In the morning trade, Hang to Sen index Shares of Chinese tech giants soared 2.2% in Hong Kong Tencent And Alibaba 3% and 4.44% respectively. Of Nikki 225 Japan rose 1.43% while the Topix index rose 0.6%. Of South Korea … Read more

GM Says It Will Double Sales By 2030 In Digital Push To Be More Like Tesla

DETROIT — General engines plans to double its annual sales to $280 billion by the end of this decade as it transitions to all-electric vehicles and diversifies its business beyond just selling cars and trucks. The automaker announced its new revenue target on Wednesday, along with higher projected operating profit margins of 12% to 14%, … Read more

What you need to know as a WHO is to publish a formal definition

One person enters the World Health Organization (WHO) headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland on 15 June 2021. Sean Gallup | Getty Images LONDON विश्व The World Health Organization on Wednesday published for the first time the definition of a long covid, to provide much-needed clarification on one of the most mysterious aspects of the coronavirus epidemic. … Read more

EU officials aim for a breakthrough for the 15% global tax deal

PARIS – A global corporate tax deal should be finalized before the end of this month, top EU officials told CNBC on Wednesday. Global governments have been involved in tough negotiations to bring a handful of countries into compliance with an international corporation tax agreement. The G-7 and G-20 countries backed an agreement earlier this … Read more

New Zealand’s central bank has raised interest rates

Shares of Singapore-Asia Pacific were mixed in Wednesday’s trading, with shares rising from Monday’s losses after an overnight rally on Wall Street. In Japan, Nikki 225 The previous profit fell 0.1% while the Topix index rose 0.4%. Of South Korea Kospi 0.4 %% decreased. Of Hong Kong Hang to Sen index Settled on the upper. … Read more

Facebook whistleblower testifies before Senate committee

Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen told a Senate panel on Tuesday that Congress must step in to resolve the “crisis” created by her former employer’s products. The former Facebook product manager for citizen disinformation told lawmakers that Facebook’s algorithm can move young users from something relatively innocuous, such as healthy recipes, to content that promotes anorexia … Read more

Washington welcomes news of direct talks between Iran and Saudi Arabia

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates – The United States welcomes news of direct communications between longtime Middle Eastern rivals Saudi Arabia and Iran, a Biden administration official told CNBC on Monday, at a time when tensions are high in the region and Iran has a newly elected government. The West does not shy away from expressing … Read more

Relationship with Australia, GDP outlook

Workers cut up coal carts in December 2019 at a coal mine in Mentougou, west of Beijing, where many mines have been closed as China works to cut carbon emissions. Greg Baker | AFP | Getty Images China must bolster its coal supplies to avoid an economic slowdown this quarter, but Beijing’s frosty relations with … Read more

Japan’s Nikkei 225 drops more than 3%

SINGAPORE – Asia-Pacific stocks fell in Tuesday morning’s trading after overnight losses on Wall Street, with the tech-heavy Nasdaq Composite falling more than 2%. In Japan, the Nikkei 225 fell 3.21% as shares of Fast Retail fell 6.87%. The Topix index also fell 2.05%. Tuesday’s declines put the Nikkei in correction territory, more than 10% … Read more

Office of the Inspector General to determine whether Fed officials’ business activity violates ethical rules or laws

Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell attends the House Financial Services Committee hearing in Capitol Hill, Washington, USA, on September 30, 2021. Al Drago | Reuters The Office of the Federal Reserve Inspector General is in discussions with a handful of central bank officials in a review of 2020 business activity to determine whether those transactions … Read more

Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp are offline

In this photo illustration, the Facebook logo is displayed next to a screen showing that the Facebook service will be unavailable on October 4, 2021 in San Anselmo, California. Justin Sullivan | Getty Images Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp will be down for more than four hours on Monday. All three platforms stopped operating shortly before … Read more

TikTok revenue grew 545% in Europe in 2020, but losses are mounting

TikTok app logo in the App Store. Jakub Porzycki | NurPhoto | Getty Images LONDON – TikTok’s revenue in Europe grew 545% to $170.8 million last year as advertisers increased their spending on the platform, according to a filing Monday with the UK Business Register. The filing, filed with Companies House, shows how TikTok has … Read more

Stock futures fell in the first full week of trading in October

Traders work on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) floor in New York City on September 30, 2021. Spencer Plot | Getty Images U.S. stock futures traded lower early Monday morning as investors prepare for the first full week of trading in October and the fourth quarter. Dow Future has declined by 12 points. Both … Read more

Where to travel in the Philippines? A guide to visiting six places

At first glance, the more than 7,100 islands that make up the Philippines look similar. Those islands — of which there are some 2,000 inhabited — differ in history, culture, and religion, meaning they attract tourists for a variety of reasons. Here are six – some known, some not – and the types of travelers … Read more

Asia-Pacific stocks mixed; Hong Kong Evergrande Shares Stopped Trading

SINGAPORE – Asia-Pacific stocks were mixed in Monday morning’s trading after Merck announced its new oral antiviral treatment for Covid that reduces the risk of hospitalization or death. Hong Kong’s Hang Seng index fell 0.78%. Dealing in the Hong Kong-listed Shares of China Evergrande was shut down Monday as investors continue to monitor the situation … Read more

Lack of semiconductor chip could extend to 2022: Marvell CEO

Narumon Bowonkitwanchai | Moment | Getty Images The lack of a semiconductor chip that is hampering the production of products ranging from cars and computers to tools and toothbrushes by 2022 and possibly beyond that, the CEO of a semiconductor company Marvell Technology Said. “Right now, every single end market for semiconductors is together; I’ve … Read more