Bitmain IPO Put in Doubt by Hong Kong Financial RegulatorsHong Kong financial regulators are reluctant to back any crypto-related business at this moment in time while proper rules are being drafted to regulate initial public offerings (IPOs). The news might have a serious knock-on effect on the application of the Bitmain IPO and other related
US-China Trade Deal Moving Well, Could Stock Market Rebound in 2019?The trade war between the United States and China has placed immense pressure on the stock market of both countries since mid-2018. With a new trade agreement in the works, China-U.S. relations are expected to improve in the months to come. U.S. President Donald Trump
Among the figures to feature in the photoseries are Britain’s second longest-reigning monarch Queen Victoria, Russian mystic Rasputin and Lilliuokalani, the last Queen of Hawaii.
The socialist firebrand said in a Twitter statement Saturday: ‘Not sure why fmr Sen. McCaskill keeps going on TV to call me a “thing” and “shiny object,” but it’s pretty disappointing.’
The Strictly Come Dancing star, 22, and his brother, 23, who is also a professional dancer, were set upon by a group of eight men in Nakatcha, a nightclub in Cheshire last Thursday.
The businessman, 37, sent fans wild as he shared a clip of his adorable pooch getting pampered by a hotel staff member.
This week will see more activity than last week, with quite a lot of important data due at the end of the week as the holiday period for much of the world’s major markets ends.
First to Worst: Bitcoin Ridiculed as Most Disastrous Investment of 2018FinExpertiza, a network of Russian auditing and consulting firms, has lambasted Bitcoin as the least profitable investment instrument in 2018. Russian newspaper Rossiyskaya Gazeta requested a report on the investment ranking of 14 instruments from FinExpertiza. While precious metal palladium turned out to be the most
UBS Director Blames Trump White House for Dow Jones Sell-OffArt Cashin, managing director of trading floor operations for investment firm UBS Financial Services, has firmly blamed United States President Donald Trump for the stock market volatility that caused the recent Dow Jones Industrial Average sell-off. Veteran stock market trader Cashin blamed the latest government shutdown
The computer virus which hit the Los Angeles Times’ printing plant in downtown LA also impacted Saturday editions of several newspapers, including San Diego Union-Tribune and The New York Times.