Tips for Bitcoin Trading

So you have some Bitcoin now, piling up in your account and you’re wondering, “What now?” There are several options on how to use your well earned goods. Most use their bitcoin to purchase things they want, which to be honest, is the easiest way to funnel their currency. But in the end, you are left with less than you had before. Maybe a smarter option is to take your pile of Bitcoin and start some trading! In a matter of days or weeks you could turn that pile into a mountain. More is...
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China's April passenger car retail sales down 5.6%: industry body

China's passenger car retail sales in April fell 5.6% from a year earlier to 1.43 million, the China Passenger Car Association said on Monday, as the country gradually recovers from the coronavirus.
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Covid 19 coronavirus: Auckland Airport brings runway work forward

Auckland Airport has brought forward work on its runway as the number of flights remains at a fraction of normal.The landing zone at the eastern end of the runway had deteriorated and chunks of it were breaking off leading to temporary... [Author: [email protected]]
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Japan eyes more spending backed by second extra budget to combat pandemic fallout

Japan will take additional stimulus measures "swiftly" to combat the fallout from the coronavirus pandemic, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said, signalling readiness to compile a second supplementary budget during the current Diet session running through June.
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Saudi Arabia to raise VAT threefold amid 'painful' austerity measures

Saudi Arabia is suspending the cost of living allowance and raising the value added tax threefold, as part of measures aimed at shoring up state finances, battered by low oil prices and a severe coronavirus-driven slowdown.
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Philippines seeking another 300,000 tonne rice imports amid pandemic

The Philippines is seeking another 300,000 tonnes of rice imports to boost state stockpiles while battling the coronavirus pandemic and ahead of its own lean season in the third quarter, a senior official said on Monday.
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World's second-oldest airline, Avianca, driven to bankruptcy by coronavirus

By Marcelo Rochabrun, Devika Krishna Kumar and Nelson Bocanegra
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Google, Facebook Extend Work From Home Policies Until 2021

Most Google and Facebook employees likely will not be going back to the office full time until 2021. The two companies have told employees to settle into home-office routines through the end of the year amid the COVID-19 crisis. Both Google and Facebook this week said they will let most employees work from home through the end of 2020, while they also set timelines for gradually reopening corporate offices. - Google will begin a phased reopening of offices in June, but with just 10%-15% of staf...
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Japan to compile second extra budget to combat coronavirus pandemic: Nikkei

Japan will compile a second supplementary budget for the current fiscal year to fund new measures to combat the economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic, the Nikkei newspaper reported on Monday.
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Aarogya Setu gets 2/5 on MIT's tracker index

According to MIT experts, India's Aarogya Setu scores positive on the timely deletion of user data and collection of only useful data criteria, but it fails to score on voluntary use, limitations of data usage, and transparency criteria. Covid-19 apps scoring positive on all five categories in this list include from those from Singapore, Australia, Norway, Israel, Czech Republic, Iceland and Austria. The post Aarogya Setu gets 2/5 on MIT's tracker index appeared first on NextBigWhat.
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Global Markets: Asian shares push higher as more countries ease lockdowns

Asian shares followed Wall Street higher on Monday as investors looked ahead to more countries restarting their economies, even as some reported an unwelcome pick up in new coronavirus cases.
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Indian start-ups get creative as coronavirus crisis fuels funding crunch

Samik Sarkar was managing to eke a profit out of his online apparel store before the coronavirus crisis hit India, forcing the 36-year old to reinvent his business overnight.
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Laid Off? 10 Lessons I Learned From My Job Search

By Leslie King I was laid off from my job a year ago with no warning due to a company-wide reduction-in-force. I had only been at that startup company for six months, and so had just recently gone through the job search experience. With all the layoffs happening right now in the era of COVID-19, I wanted to share some of the lessons I learned at the time, along with helpful tips for searching for a new job. Being suddenly laid off certainly came as a shock, and it affected me emotionally. I reco...
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Japan appoints first female central bank executive director

Japan's government on Monday appointed Tokiko Shimizu as the central bank's new executive director, who will be the first female official to assume the post.
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Oil prices drop amid supply glut, fears of 2nd coronavirus wave

Oil prices slid nearly $1 a barrel on Monday as concern over a persistent glut and economic gloom caused by the coronavirus pandemic combined to cancel out support from supply cuts at some of the world's top producers.
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Philippines ramping up rice imports to boost stockpile amid pandemic

The Philippines government is seeking a 300,000-tonne rice supply deal from Asia's biggest grain producers to boost state stockpiles while battling the coronavirus and ahead of the lean domestic harvest season, a senior official said on Monday.
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Japan PM says ready to take more stimulus steps to combat pandemic

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said on Monday the government was ready to take further steps to ease the economic pain from the coronavirus pandemic.
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White House considers more coronavirus aid as jobs picture worsens

The White House has begun informal talks with Republicans and Democrats in Congress about what to include in another round of coronavirus relief legislation, officials said on Sunday, while predicting further U.S. jobs losses in the coming months.
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Asian shares inch higher, new wave of infections a worry

Asian shares followed Wall Street higher on Monday as investors looked ahead to more countries restarting their economies, even as some reported an unwelcome pick up in new coronavirus cases.
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Scrapped 20 per cent deposit increases home buyer appetite

By RNZ More first home buyers were looking to get on to the property ladder than usual during April.Figures from the Trade Me Property Price Index show the number of 18 to 29-year-olds browsing property on the website increased... [Author: [email protected]]
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Washington in talks with chipmakers about building U.S. factories

The Trump administration is in talks with semiconductor companies about building chip factories in the United States, representatives from two chipmakers said on Sunday.
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Leadership Caffeine™—Sometimes Leading Means Asking for Help

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Sharing mom's love with good causes on Mother's Day

Photo by Mrs. Flinger via FlickrCC It's Mother's Day 2020. This holiday, first celebrated regionally in 1908 before going nationwide six years later, usually means that children spend the day with their moms. Such closeness, however, has been happening every day for weeks for many families. Moms and dads and children and sometimes extended family members have hunkered down together at home 24/7 as a COVID-19 precaution. But it is mom's special day, so I hope that all y'all came up with so...
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Restoration of Bitcoin Investment.

Ask yourself a question. Are you investing in the right properties for your or your families future? We all want to choose the right investments for a positive gain. We all want more money for one reason or another, to pay for a boat, a new home, or your children’s college fund. So why not choose a Bitcoin investment? It’s the currency of the future that can explode into a financial gain of vast quantities! This Bitcoin Revival website can walk you through all of the painless steps ...
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Vista Partners founder calls for a fintech revolution to help pandemic-hit, minority-owned small businesses

The head of what is arguably private equity’s most successful technology investment firm — Vista Equity Partners — made a rare appearance on Meet The Press to discuss the steps that the country needs to take to help minority-owned businesses recover from the economic collapse caused by the COVID-19 epidemic. Robert F. Smith is one of the worlds wealthiest private equity investors, a noted philanthropist, and the richest African American in the U.S.  Days after announcing a $1.5 billion invest...
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San Diego Comic-Con 2020 brought back to life as Comic-Con at Home

No dates have been revealed yet for the virtual event
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Covid 19 coronavirus: Spending halved during lockdown

Statistics released today show spending in New Zealand screamed to a halt during last month's Covid-19 coronavirus lockdown - with Kiwis holding back on more than $2.6 billion.Retail card spending across the country fell more than... [Author: [email protected]]
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Microsoft offers free fix for unexplained cracks on Surface Laptop 3 displays

The cause of the cracked screens remains mysterious
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