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Rapid Increase of Mobile Payments in the UK

28 Feb 2017
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A 247% increase in the number of mobile transactions of all in-store purchases has been reported in a research conducted by Worldpay in the United Kingdom. Analysis of transaction data and a consumer survey that took place in Britain showed that over the last year users almost tripled their mobile payments. The survey showed clearly […]

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Are taxing robots and UBI solutions for unemployment?

23 Feb 2017
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Is the rise of the robots going to take away people’s jobs? Is the Universal Basic Income (UBI) going to solve the problem of unemployment? Marc Cuban, a multi-millionaire businessman is the last one to speak against the idea of UBI but in his Twitter account expressed the thought that “automation is going to create […]

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Fear in the UK for Vauxhall jobs

21 Feb 2017
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Concerns are rising in the United Kingdom about the future of employees of Vauxhall Motors industry which might be a victim of the PSA group and the European branch of General Motors Industry merger. In a time of uncertainty for UK economy a possible shut down of Vauxhall is spreading fears among the workers. The […]

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Trump lies again, Sweden laughs at him

20 Feb 2017
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The public outrage against Donald Trump continues to grow after the newly elected President lied during one of his speeches in front of his supporters. Trump said “look at what happened last night in Sweden” when he was mentioning places that were hit by terrorists. He received an applause by his supporters and left everyone […]

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Mixed Reaction of the USD in the Market

28 Nov 2016
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Without any serious news hitting the market today, the USD is currently losing some lustre after its strong run for weeks and it is down against major currencies. The GBP and commodity currencies are the best performers. The relative appeal of the USD seems to have hit a level of saturation in absorbing the pressure […]

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