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Stocks fluctuate and volatility remains in global financial markets

Volatility continued to dominate global financial markets as US stocks tried to recover from a five-day crushing rout caused by harsh central bank tightening programs. The S&P 500 swung back and forth between gains and losses on Tuesday, struggling to find direction after the Fed’s James Bullard joined a chorus of officials who said more …

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what is it, and what symptoms does it have

The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have warned about the spread of a respiratory virus that affects children can cause muscle weakness or paralysis in some cases. Its about EV-D68an enterovirus that commonly causes respiratory illness with mild cold-like symptoms, but can rarely lead to a severe polio-like neurological condition called acute …

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Korea’s assets are Asia’s biggest losers amid global recession angst

Fears of a global recession are weighing heavily on South Korea’s assets, from stocks to its currency, as investors flee the export-dependent nation. The Kospi index fell 3% on Monday to its lowest close in more than two years, leading the declines in Asia. The won, by far the region’s worst performance this quarter, it …

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TCS launches cloud solutions to benefit processes in the automotive sector

Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) announced the launch of the TCS Mobility Cloud Site, a collection of cloud solutions to help providers adopt digital technologies and new business models across the mobility value chain. This development allows users to take advantage of cloud technology, such as product testing, autonomous factories, among others. This technology includes solutions …

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Analysts project that the dollar will trade at $4,446 on average so far this week

According to financial analysts consulted by LR, this week the dollar will trade at $4,446 on average, after last Friday the currency closed above $4,400. Experts expect volatility to continue in global markets, as last week the Federal Reserve raised its benchmark rate by 75 basis points, leaving it at 3.25%. “After a volatile week …

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Best and worst countries to age, according to a survey by the firm Natixis

Norway is the best country for retirees, according to this year’s Global Retirement Index from investment bank Natixis. The Scandinavian country ranks first among 44 economies evaluated. The firm evaluated factors such as health, finances in retirement, quality of life and material well-being in old age. An index score was then assigned, with 100 points …

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Global bond market slump continues to worsen in worst year since 1949

Week after week, the bond market slump continues to worsen with no clear end in sight. With central banks around the world aggressively raising interest rates in the face of stubbornly high inflation, prices are falling as traders scramble to catch up. And with that has come a grim parade of superlatives about how bad …

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They manage to model brain signals through neurocomputation to reduce sugar consumption | Health

The Ibermática Institute of Innovation (i3B), together with BCC Innovation, Be Food Lab and the University of A Coruna, has given a step forward in the field of neurocomputing. In this way they have achieved model brain signals (EEG) through artificial intelligence based systems in order to understand the preferences and habits of users through …

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Why does King Charles III of England have fingers like sausages?

the king’s diary Charles III of England It is full, since the death of Queen Elizabeth II, of meetings with all the world leaders whom she receives at Buckingham Palace. The monarch has appeared in the media signing —with more or less luck— different documents and there are many looks that have once again noticed …

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