FirstFT: Donald Trump would be worse for markets than Joe Biden, says Bill Gross
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FirstFT: Donald Trump would be worse for markets than Joe Biden, says Bill Gross

Bill Gross, a prominent figure in the financial industry, recently made a significant statement regarding the potential impact of Donald Trump and Joe Biden on the markets. According to Gross, if ...

Airchat’s viral success will not last
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Airchat’s viral success will not last

With the rapid rise of social media platforms, it's not uncommon for an app like Airchat to experience sudden and viral success. However, sustaining this momentum in the long term is a different ...

China Raises $47bn for Chip Industry in Drive for Self-Sufficiency
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China Raises $47bn for Chip Industry in Drive for Self-Sufficiency

In a bold move to strengthen its position in the global chip industry, China has raised a staggering $47 billion in funding to support local semiconductor companies. This massive investment is part ...

China hails ‘new beginning’ at summit with Japan and South Korea
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China hails ‘new beginning’ at summit with Japan and South Korea

The recent summit between China, Japan, and South Korea marked a significant development in the diplomatic relations between the three nations. China, in particular, hailed the meeting as a 'new ...

Musk closes $6bn financing for OpenAI challenger xAI
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Musk closes $6bn financing for OpenAI challenger xAI

Elon Musk, the renowned entrepreneur and CEO of Tesla and SpaceX, has made headlines once again with his latest foray into artificial intelligence (AI). Musk's new venture, xAI, has emerged as a ...

Sunak’s national service policy swamped by cynicism and incompetence
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Sunak’s national service policy swamped by cynicism and incompetence

Chancellor Rishi Sunak's ambitious national service policy has been met with strong criticism and skepticism from various quarters. The proposal, aimed at addressing societal issues through mandatory ...

EU demands Israel comply with ICJ ruling on Rafah
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EU demands Israel comply with ICJ ruling on Rafah

The European Union has issued a strong statement demanding that Israel comply with the ruling of the International Court of Justice (ICJ) regarding the Rafah border crossing. The ICJ ruled that ...

Taiwan President Seeks Assistance from US Lawmakers to Enhance National Defenses
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Taiwan President Seeks Assistance from US Lawmakers to Enhance National Defenses

In a bid to reinforce Taiwan's national defenses, President Tsai Ing-wen has made a plea to US lawmakers for support and collaboration. The call for assistance comes at a time of heightened tensions ...

The Valuation Mystery
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The Valuation Mystery

Valuation is a crucial aspect of finance and investments, playing a key role in determining the worth of assets, companies, and various financial instruments. The valuation mystery lies in the ...

Funding Cuts: Impact on Adult Learners in England Since 2010
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Funding Cuts: Impact on Adult Learners in England Since 2010

Funding cuts have had a profound impact on the landscape of adult education in England since 2010, with the number of adult learners more than halving over the past decade. The reduction in funding ...

FirstFT: ECB chief economist signals bank likely to cut rates next week
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FirstFT: ECB chief economist signals bank likely to cut rates next week

As the financial world anticipates the European Central Bank's (ECB) upcoming meeting, a signal has been sent by the bank's chief economist hinting at a potential rate cut in the following week. This ...

Why Belgium’s far right is set to win the election — but not independence
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Why Belgium’s far right is set to win the election — but not independence

Belgium, a small country in Western Europe, is known for its diverse population, complex politics, and historic significance. With regions divided along linguistic lines, the country has long ...

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