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GBP/USD pressured towards 1.3000 amid Brexit and virus woes

22 minutes ago   |   FXCM   |   2 articles

GBP/USD licks wounds near Friday's lows amid risk-off mood. Brexit talks ‘on knife-edge', UK records 23K new coronavirus cases. Markets await fresh Brexit, virus and US...
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Dwindling dividends could encourage oil and gas investors to favour renewables

26 minutes ago   |   Energy Voice

Low prices and dwindling dividends could encourage more investors to move away from oil and gas in favour of renewables, according to a leading oil and gas lawyer.
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Covid-19 has made a basic income system an economic imperative

28 minutes ago   |   Wired

Post-Covid, we must build a new income distribution system that will provide society, and every individual, with much greater resilience
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End-User Computing: The Modern Workplace an Extension of the Hybrid Cloud Market

38 minutes ago   |   Reg Whitepapers

In the past, end users reported to a workplace and performed a job using assets assigned to them by the company, following established procedures. Today, almost half of...
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The Total Economic Impact™ Of Nutanix For End User Computing

38 minutes ago   |   Reg Whitepapers

It's never been more important for end users to have consistent and reliable access to their applications and data. But managing large end point environments creates...
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Thrive or Just Survive? You Choose

38 minutes ago   |   Reg Whitepapers

Your business is housing a gold mine of data and is trusting your team to manage, protect, and mine insights from it. This can be a daunting task, especially considering that...
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Japan Leading Economic Index below forecasts in August: Actual

1 hour ago   |   FXCM


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Tasmania tops CommSec's State of the States report again as Victoria beats NSW

Tasmania tops CommSec's State of the States report again as Victoria beats NSW

1 hour ago   |   Daily Mail

A state best known for its apples has Australia's strongest economy in the face of the coronavirus recession. Victoria has also beat New South Wales despite Melbourne's Stage...
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Brexit: Lords attempt to put Internal Market Bill 'on ice'

1 hour ago   |   Herald Scotland

LIBERAL Democrats in the House of Lords will today attempt to put the controversial Internal Market Bill proposals “on ice” until all four nations are in agreement.
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Japan considers compiling $95.5 billion extra budget to counter coronavirus

2 hours ago   |   FXCM

The Japanese government is said to compile an extra budget worth around $95.5 billion to counter the economic damage induced by the coronavirus pandemic, a local newspaper...
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Facebook is taking specific measures to slow the 'spread of viral content' in anticipation of possible unrest on Election day, report says

Summary List Placement Facebook is preparing specific measures for potential unrest related to the election, the Wall Street Journal reported Sunday. The social media tech... Read more ...

Third of doctors think tier system won't stop spread of coronavirus

Third of doctors think tier system won't stop spread of coronavirus

Doctors have been left unconvinced the new measures will cause coronavirus cases to fall Nearly 40% of doctors say they don't think the three-tier local lockdown system will... Read more ...

Liverpool in talks to sign Schalke defender Ozan Kabak

Liverpool in talks to sign Schalke defender Ozan Kabak

Liverpool are in talks to sign Ozan Kabak from Schalke Liverpool are in talks with Schalke over a £30 million deal for Ozan Kabak, according to reports. The Premier League... Read more ...

More than 500,000 people sign petition to stop MPs getting subsidised meals

More than 500,000 people sign petition to stop MPs getting subsidised meals

MPs enjoy subsidised food and drink prices at parliament's bars and restaurants More than half a million people are demanding an end to using tax payers money to support MPs'... Read more ...

Tasmania tops CommSec's State of the States report again as Victoria beats NSW

Tasmania tops CommSec's State of the States report again as Victoria beats NSW

A state best known for its apples has Australia's strongest economy in the face of the coronavirus recession. Victoria has also beat New South Wales despite Melbourne's Stage... Read more ...

How to make a garlic bread cheese TOASTIE

How to make a garlic bread cheese TOASTIE

Morgan Hipworth, owner of the Melbourne business Bistro Morgan Bakehouse, posted the video on October 25 and it has been viewed more than 84,000 times. Read more ...

Who is Slapjack? WWE's RETRIBUTION star Shane Thorne fights at Hell In A Cell

Who is Slapjack? WWE's RETRIBUTION star Shane Thorne fights at Hell In A Cell

Who is the man behind the mask? WWE faction RETRIBUTION were dealt another blow at Hell In A Cell as Slapjack lost to Bobby Lashley for the United States Title. The masked... Read more ...

How Quibi fell apart in 199 days

How Quibi fell apart in 199 days

Summary List Placement Hi! Welcome to the Insider Advertising daily for October 26. I'm Lauren Johnson, a senior advertising reporter at Business Insider. Subscribe here to get... Read more ...

UK faces 'jobs spiral' as deserted high streets hamper economic recovery

UK faces 'jobs spiral' as deserted high streets hamper economic recovery

Urban areas in southern England and Scotland are bearing the steepest declines in job vacancies, according to research by a think tank Read more ...

Jobs boom at Royal Mail for Christmas period

Jobs boom at Royal Mail for Christmas period

The FTSE250 business will take on two-thirds more posties and sorters in addition to the 20,000 employed in a normal year. Royal Mail is preparing for a flood of parcels. Read more ...