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Bitcoin on the brink of fresh year high following PayPal embrace

21 Oct 2020 /  Vildana Hajric, Bloomberg  
The largest cryptocurrency gained as much as 4% to $12,381 Wednesday.

EU’s record-breaking bonds ease path to next 1trn euros

21 Oct 2020 /  John Ainger, Bloomberg  
Euro bloc's debut 10-year bond smashes previous record orderbooks.

Food-price shock thwarts central banks fighting historic slump

21 Oct 2020 /  Max de Haldevang, Bloomberg   1
Global food prices have jumped nearly 8% since May.

Here’s why Google shares rose

21 Oct 2020 /  Tom Giles and Gerrit De Vynck, Bloomberg  
After the US antitrust suit.

Who said Jack Ma’s Ant IPO is a money maker?

21 Oct 2020 /  Shuli Ren, Bloomberg  
Optimism is in the air.

Netflix slides after results

21 Oct 2020 /  Lucas Shaw, Bloomberg  
Suggest pandemic boom is waning.

US futures push higher amid stimulus talks: markets wrap

21 Oct 2020 /  Andreea Papuc, Bloomberg  
Treasuries and the dollar retreated.

How lobbying has skewed national figures

21 Oct 2020 /  Ciaran Ryan   1
Like company profits, they are prone to the deft persuasions of accountants and their clients – and there don't seem to be any SA lobbyists.

EU starts action against Cyprus, Malta for ‘selling’ citizenship

20 Oct 2020 /  John Chalmers, Reuters  
'There cannot be a weak link in EU efforts to curb corruption and money laundering' - Values and Transparency Commissioner.

Defeat for Trump would mean some other leaders also lose out

20 Oct 2020 /  Marc Champion, Bloomberg    10
For the leaders of Turkey, North Korea and Israel, Trump's tenure has been almost entirely positive.

$100bn chocolate industry still plagued by child labour

20 Oct 2020 /  Leanne de Bassompierre, Isis Almeida and Marvin G Perez, Bloomberg   1
Report indicates problem is actually worse.

Almost 60% of mutual fund assets will be ESG by 2025: PwC

19 Oct 2020 /  Alastair Marsh, Bloomberg   1
Financial firms have been forced to pay greater attention to their own contributions to making the world fairer and greener.

Finance job vacancies in London plummet 54% y/y

19 Oct 2020 /  Viren Vaghela, Bloomberg   2
Companies adapting to working through the pandemic and gaining an understanding of recruitment needs.

UK could rewrite lawbreaking Brexit bill as part of deal

19 Oct 2020 /  Tim Ross, Bloomberg   
Negotiations have stalled.

Solar pushes aside coal as the cheapest fuel for power, IEA says

18 Oct 2020 /  William Mathis and Jeremy Hodges, Bloomberg   10
Solar photovoltaics are now cheaper than plants fired by coal and natural gas in most nations.



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