Tech Stocks Show Slight Turnaround – Is Tech Buyout Over?

The rebound in tech stocks appears to be over for now, as rising interest rates and recession fears weigh on the market. After reaching a high of nearly 13,200 in mid-August, the Nasdaq has been struggling in recent weeks. This is a far cry from the record high it reached just a few months ago. […]

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Indian rupee posts weekly gain on expectations of Fed rate hikes

Indian shares registered their second straight weekly gain on Friday, boosted by energy and automobile stocks and as a fall in U.S. Treasury yields made riskier assets more appealing. The NSE Nifty 50 index advanced 0.28% to 17,786.80 at close, and the S&P BSE Sensex ended 0.34% higher to 59,959.85. For the truncated week, the […]

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1. Always do your own research before investing in any stock

There is a lot of stock market wisdom out there, but one of the most important pieces is to always do your own research before investing. This means looking into the company, the stock, the market, and anything else that might affect your investment. It can be tempting to just listen to what others say […]

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Asian markets remain weak – an assessment by Deutsche Bank AG

The stock markets in Asia have largely seen losses today, with Chinese markets being particularly weak. On a weekly basis, however, markets in the Asia-Pacific region have seen some gains. The Japanese markets have held relatively well, with losses of less than one percent. This is despite the Bank of Japan continuing with its very […]

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BASF to Leave Germany amid Worsening Economic Conditions.

The global economic crisis is deepening and BASF is reducing its operations in Germany as a result. BASF is under increasing pressure from its chemical businesses and is leaving Germany. The significant increase in gas and electricity prices is also putting pressure on chemical value chains. The higher costs for gas at BASF’s European sites […]

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African countries complain of slow progress in aid at annual IMF meeting

The African countries are complaining at the annual meeting of the IMF and World Bank about only slow progress in terms of aid. In the face of inflation and climate catastrophes, many are at risk of default. At the annual meeting of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and World Bank, finance ministers from many African […]

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Deutsche Bank is confident for the coming years

Germany’s largest bank, Deutsche Bank, has reported a significant jump in profits, surprising investors and leading to questions about the self-confidence of the institute. Deutsche Bank has been unimpressed by the current economic situation, thanks to rising interest rates and stable lending. The bank has achieved its highest quarterly profit in 15 years, with 1.2 […]

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Saving Sudan’s Economy – Military, Investment, Government

The economy of Sudan is characterized by a large agricultural sector, significant oil reserves, and an overall lack of industrialization. Sudan has been struggling economically since the early 1990s, due in part to the country’s civil war and international sanctions. In recent years, the economy has begun to improve as the government has implemented economic […]

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