Ritchelle Ann De Castro

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  • Two Swiss Banks For Cryptocurrency Deposits, Investing, Lending And Withdrawal
    Switzerland To Start Operating Next Month Two Licensed Banks For Cryptocurrency
    Grantees of first-ever provisional banking and securities licenses will enable Seba and Sygnum to include cryptocurrency in a range of services.
  • US Nods To More Japanese Beef Exports At A Rate Below Current
    Trade Pact Between Japan And US: Low Tariff On Japanese Beef
    America was originally planning on a 3,000-ton duty-free Japanese beef quota and no tariffs in 15 years.
  • Lithium Supplier Sigma Holding Off On Business Deal With Tesla China
    World's Lowest Cost Supplier Of Lithium In Batteries In Talks With Tesla China
    Brazil based startup Sigma Lithium, which has the lowest cost of lithium used in batteries is thinking over supplying exclusively to China.
  • Immediate Checks On Recently Delivered Airbus Helicopters Up For Probe In Europe
    Recently Delivered Airbus Helicopters Up For Investigation In Europe
    Aerospace company Airbus surprisingly issues precautionary checks on the parts linking the engine with the main gearbox.
  • US Stocks Rose With History And Analysis Proving This Won’t Last Long
    Wall Street Rises In Part Because Of Apple And China
    A White House adviser told investors to be patient because a trade deal agreement isn’t likely to happen this year.
  • Huge News For Argentina Courtesy Of China’s Giant Hog Herd
    After Decades Of Long Talks China Allows Argetina Soymeal Import
    With China’s upcoming imports of soymeal from Argentina, Beijing brings stability to a country facing political and economic uncertainty.
  • An Economic Move Of China’s Central Bank In Time To Cope With Internal Shocks
    The Anticipated Monetary Adjustment Policy Move: Increasing Liquidity And Lending At Lower Rates
    China’s latest move to boost economic growth is to lower lending rates and support credit-fueled infrastructure to free liquidity.
  • US Senator Worried That Facebook Cryptocurrency Might Include The Yuan
    Facebook Reveals Initial Currencies Backing Up Its Libra Cryptocurrency
    Amid lawmakers’ concerns, the Libra Association, not Facebook, would decide whether to add a new currency to the Libra Reserve.
  • In Germany’s Quest To Catch Up In Technology With US And China, It Partners With US IBM
    IBM's Quantum Computing Project Backed Up By Berlin’s 650 Million Euros
    After visiting China in 2018, Angela Merkel realized that Germany isn’t the one coming up with technological innovations anymore.
  • Mis-Selling of Payment Protection Insurance Will Cost 50 Billion Pounds To Finally Settle
    Lloyds And Barclays In Costliest British Consumer Banking Scandal
    Lloyds and Barclays said they each could pay out 2 billion pounds more to finally settle those who got PPI from them.
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