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|ECB Urged Swift Analysis, No Hasty Decision on New Lending|
Policy makers have demanded that analysis on long-term loans for banks is done quickly, though they haven’t fully committed to implementing a new round of funding. “While any decisions in this respect should not be taken too hastily, the technical analyses required to prepare policy options for future liquidity operations needed to proceed swiftly,” the ECB said in the account of its January policy meeting. Some of the ECB’s top officials have in recent days laid the groundwork for adjusting policy, following the footsteps of other central banks like the Federal Reserve.
|China Offers to Buy $30 Billion More U.S. Agricultural Imports a Year|
The offer to buy the extra farm produce would be part of the memoranda of understanding under discussion by U.S. and Chinese negotiators in Washington, according to the people, who asked not to be identified because the plans are confidential. Soybeans, corn and wheat futures prices rose in Chicago in response to the news. China has repeatedly offered to increase purchases of agricultural and energy products to shrink the U.S. trade deficit.
|South Korea's Netmarble, Kakao, MBK bid for Nexon parent: report|
South Korean tech firms Netmarble and Kakao and private equity fund MBK Partners have submitted initial bids to buy the parent of gaming firm Nexon, the Seoul Economic Daily said. The newspaper and another daily said U.S. private equity firms were also bidding for NXC Corp, which controls Nexon. Nexon founder Kim Jung-ju wants to sell a 98.64 percent stake in NXC Corp that is held by him and related parties including his wife.
|Brazil's Vale to pay $3,200 to residents to compensate for dam burst that killed 300|
Miner Vale SA said on Thursday it would pay adult residents in the Brazilian town of Brumadinho a total of 12,000 reais ($3,227.02) as compensation for the damage from a dam that collapsed and killed over 300 people in January. The payment is the equivalent of 12 monthly minimum wages in Brazil.
|Tesla CEO Elon Musk admits he ‘doesn’t have any cryptocurrency holdings’|
Tesla CEO Elon Musk has revealed that he doesn’t hold any cryptocurrencies, despite claiming that it would replace paper money earlier this week. The 47-year-old billionaire has been heaping praise on Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies since the turn of the year, stating that “Bitcoin’s structure is brilliant” in an interview with Ark Invest on Tuesday. However, although he said “paper money is going away and crypto is a much better value for a transfer of value than pieces of paper,” he has now admitted that he doesn’t have a vested interest in the digital asset class. “That said, I still only own 0.25 BTC, which a friend sent me several years ago. Don’t have any crypto holdings,” he wrote on Twitter on The post Tesla CEO Elon Musk admits he ‘doesn’t have any cryptocurrency holdings’ appeared first on Coin Rivet.
|I Rode on the Insanely Fast Cigarette Mercedes-AMG Speedboat. Here’s What Happened.|
|Carbon dioxide in our atmosphere may soar to levels not seen in 56 million years|
|New spicy Steak Rattlesnake Fries are sliding into Taco Bell for limited time|
|The best Samsung Galaxy S10 pre-order deals from Mobiles.co.uk|
Just in case you haven't checked you phone, on been online, or talked to another human being lately, you should know that Samsung has launched a new line of premium smartphones under the name Galaxy S10.There are four devices included in the range: the Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+, Galaxy S10e, and Galaxy S10 5G. Featuring the all-new Dynamic AMOLED display, next-generation camera, and intelligent performance, the Galaxy S10 line is causing a stir in the tech world.It's not surprising that there is a lot of interest in pre-ordering these new handsets for March 8, as customers vie to get their hands on the new devices before anyone else. The good news is that in response to this interest, vendors are also competing to offer the best prices. Read more...More about Samsung Galaxy, Mobiles, Pre Order, Mashable Shopping, and Shopping Uk
|European Central Bank concerned by economic slowdown|
FRANKFURT, Germany (AP) — Top officials of the European Central Bank worried at their last meeting that the slowdown in economic growth might be "deeper and more broad-based" than previously suspected.
|National Margarita Day brings salted specials and deals on the rocks Friday|
|Twelve Empty Supertankers Reveal Truths About Today’s Oil Market|
(Bloomberg) -- They are slowly plowing their way across thousands of miles of ocean toward America’s Gulf of Mexico coastline. As they do, twelve empty supertankers are also revealing a few truths about today’s global oil market.
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|U.K. Official Says Don't Expect Deal Next Week: Brexit Update|
Theresa May has sent two of her key ministers to Brussels for talks to find a way out of the impasse, as the threat of a chaotic no-deal breakup grows. May needs at least some evidence of progress by next week, when lawmakers are once again threatening to wrest control of the Brexit process from her. Trade Secretary Liam Fox said Britain’s ability to unilaterally agree on trade deals after Brexit will offset the loss of economies of scale offered by being a member of the EU.
|What Did Hvidbjerg Bank A/S’s (CPH:HVID) CEO Take Home Last Year?|
|The Trump administration keeps breaking up migrant families. Here's how they do it|
|New Relic, Inc. (NYSE:NEWR): What’s In It For The Shareholders?|
|Danske Investigated by SEC as Money Laundering Case Grows|
Danske Bank A/S said it’s being investigated by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, adding to the long list of probes into its money laundering scandal. The bank is already the target of criminal investigations in Denmark, Estonia and France. It’s also being probed separately by the U.S. Justice Department, and is “cooperating with all relevant authorities in order to clarify the full details of the case,” it said in a statement on Thursday.
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|Capricor Therapeutics, Inc. (NASDAQ:CAPR): Commentary On Fundamentals|
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|Copper and Lithium Giant Squeezing Water Rights for Miners|
With complaints from local communities rising and the effects of climate change worsening, the world’s largest copper producer is planning to implement measures that will make it more difficult for miners to pump fresh water. Chile’s water authority DGA will more than double the number of so-called prohibition areas across the country this year to at least 70 from 30, according to general director Oscar Cristi. “There are mining areas that will fall within new prohibition areas,” Cristi said, declining to identify the areas to avoid possible speculation around water rights.
|Drug laws have historically been racist. Marijuana activists are helping minority dealers go legal|
|Bernie Sanders Raises $5.9 Million in a Single Day as Trump’s Most Significant Challenger|
Senator Bernie Sanders (D-Vermont) is joining what is shaping up to become the most crowded and most diverse field of presidential candidates ever to be presented by the Democrat party, with the likes of Sen. Kamala Harris (California), Sen. Elizabeth Warren (Massachusetts), Sen. Corey Booker (New Jersey). President Trump sent out a dubious welcome to Sanders, who he derides as “Crazy Bernie” on Twitter, saying he wished the Vermont Senator well in the crowded presidential election race. Not long after, the Senator fired back. Crazy Bernie has just entered the race. I wish him well! — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump)
|Sell Montana to Canada? State lawmakers aren't opposed to it. Formally, at least.|
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|Johnson & Johnson receives federal subpoenas related to baby powder litigation|
The disclosure in Johnson & Johnson's annual report on Wednesday is the first time that the company disclosed it had received subpoenas from federal agencies regarding its talc powder products. The Justice Department declined to comment and the SEC did not immediately respond to requests for comment.
|The Unfortunate Reason Why Younger Americans Aren’t Buying Homes|
|US embassy urges Russia to allow visit to jailed US investor|
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|ConsenSys Backs Ethereum-Based Unlisted Infrastructure Investment Startup Allinfra|
Ethereum (ETH) blockchain-focused development company ConsenSys has invested in an infrastructure investment startup, Allinfra, according to a press release shared with Cointelegraph on Feb. 21. As per the announcement, Allinfra will rely in part on ConsenSys’ technological capabilities and expertise in the tokenized assets area. Allinfra facilitates direct investments in unlisted infrastructure assets via the Ethereum blockchain, providing users with the ability to create, purchase and transfer economic or ownership interests in these assets.
|North Carolina Republican's son says warned father about operative's past|
A state probe into the election for the 9th Congressional District has uncovered the fraudulent scheme by a consultant working for the campaign of candidate Mark Harris. The probe could lead to a new election to fill the seat, which has remained vacant since state officials refused to certify Harris' apparent victory over Democratic rival Dan McCready by 905 votes out of 282,717 ballots cast. The five-member State Board of Elections heard evidence this week that the political consultant, Leslie McCrae Dowless, hired workers to solicit and collect absentee ballots from voters in violation of state law.
|Biotage AB (STO:BIOT): Time For A Financial Health Check|
|Spain: Pro-separatist protesters clash with police|
BARCELONA, Spain (AP) — Protesters backing Catalonia's secession from Spain clashed with police and blocked major roads and train tracks across the northeastern region on Thursday during a strike called to protest the trial of a dozen separatist leaders.
|Macquarie (MIC) Q4 Earnings and Revenues Miss Estimates|
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|Global stocks mostly rise ahead of US-China tariff war talks|