It’s been great riding with you for the past five years
Today marks five years since Eamonn started at ForexLive. As far as I can tell, — all business right from the start.
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It’s been great riding with you for the past five years
Bitcoin’s base of supporters is growing and increasingly pouring money into the cryptocurrency ecosystem. Now, this base is attracting financial giants, who are becoming familiar with Bitcoin’s value and perceiving its fantastic potential. As a result, they are seriously starting to invest in the cryptocurrency. For example, Bill Miller is successfully investing a third of his hedge fund’s capital in Bitcoin. Once a Successful Stock Market Investor, Now a Successful Bitcoin Investor Influential investor Bill<br />Read More<br />The post Big Investors are Making Big Money with Bitcoin appeared first on Bitcoinist.com.
Benoit Coeure in an interview with Le Journal du Dimanche
Coeure signalling an end to ECB QE … maybe. Inflation dependent so he says.
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NEW YORK: Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s efforts to modernize Saudi Arabia by returning to “moderate Islam” has been welcomed by the UN official charged with promoting traditional rights around the world.
Karima Bennoune, the UN’s special rapporteur in the field of cultural rights, praised the crown prince’s reforms as “very welcome steps” while also highlighting some areas in Saudi policy where she felt there was room for improvement.
The crown prince last week unveiled plans to return the Kingdom to a more moderate form of Islam that is more open to other religions and to “eradicate the remnants of extremism very soon.”
Bennoune, an Algerian-American and professor at the University of California Davis School of Law, welcomed the statement and praised last month’s decision to allow women to drive cars for the first time, which is due to come into effect next year.
“Certainly the suggestion of what was termed in the speech a more moderate form of Islam is something certainly to be recognized. What is absolutely, critically important now is to see the implementation of those words and what that means,” Bennoune told Arab News.
Bennoune addressed several steps Saudi leaders could take that would help the country realize the goal of a more tolerant, pluralist society that the crown prince described in his speech at the Future Investment Initiative (FII) conference in Riyadh.
She put emphasis on women, saying that some had faced pressure regarding artistic performances, while many others faced issues over “modest dress and punishments that can result if they don’t comply” with clothing rules.
Bennoune has been a human rights advocate for more than two decades and was appointed a UN rapporteur in October 2015. For the UN, she works under the Geneva-based Human Rights Council, but can speak independently of governments and the world body.
Last year, the Saudi crown prince unveiled plans, known as Vision 2030, to bring social and economic change to the oil-dependent Kingdom. To that end, he has proposed a partial privatization of state oil company Saudi Aramco and to boost the size of the nation’s sovereign wealth fund.
Egypt’s so-called “Alashan Tbneeha” (To Build It) campaign announced today that it had collected over three million signatures from citizens calling on the Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi to run for a second presidential term. “Alashan Tbneeha” was launched on 25 September with the aim to collect as many signatures as possible to persuade the president to run for the upcoming elections in 2018. It focuses on highlighting the achievements of Sisi through the first term of his presidency. The campaign supporters include 200 MPs. Local media quoted Ahmed Al-Khateeb, one of the campaign founders, at a press conference held in Cairo as saying that the campaign received 3,177,300 signatures on Saturday. “The campaign is still accepting new signatures,” Al-Khateeb […]
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If you’d like to sneak a few more hours of weekend the economic calendar might well be the excuse you need (if you need one, that is)
It’s a light one
2350 GMT – Japan – Retail sales data for September
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According to analysts whom Kent spoke to, the breakeven is receiving a lot of attention because of—surprise!—the low oil prices. When crude traded …
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It is also likely to approach crude oil suppliers in the Middle East, Russia and Asia – some of which already accept yuan as payment for sale of their …
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It’s a rare day when America’s beleaugered minimum-wage earning fast food workers book a victory in their struggle to sustain their labor-market dominance before the machines inevitably take over.
But as McDonald’s, Pizza Hut and othe…
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