Monthly Archives: September 2021

‘Sable’ review – Entertainment Focus

In the land of Midden, teens participate in a rite of passage known as The Gliding. It is essentially a self-discovery adventure where gliders explore the bigger world to find their place. Here, players take on the role of Sable as she prepares for her own gliding. The first hour …

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Taliban say hundreds in Herat call on US, Europe to unfreeze country’s funds

Kabul [Afghanistan], Sep 26 (ANI): Taliban spokesman Suhail Shaheen said on Sunday that hundreds of people gathered in Herat province to call on the United States and Europe to unfreeze the country’s reserves. The gathered Afghans demanded to unfreeze Afghan funds, Shaheen said, adding that the country’s people are facing …

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Nike shares tumble after first quarter results reveal supply chain disruption

Nike (NYSE: NKE) released results for its first quarter of fiscal 2022 that disappointed investors. The stock was down 6% the day after the announcement as the company suffered from disruptions in the global supply chain. Nike noted that sales could have been better if they had had the inventory …

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DeFi and Web 3.0: Unleashing creative juices with decentralized finance

Decentralized technologies are starting to revolutionize the world of finance, with cryptocurrencies applied in different ways to recreate traditional financial instruments. However, since cryptocurrencies are only backed by people’s faith in them, they are extremely volatile. This means that when it comes to lending value with crypto, neither party can …

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Mom saves child who fell into open manhole in park

UNION, NJ (News 12) – A mother in New Jersey has made a daring rescue after her 2-year-old son fell into an open manhole while playing in the park. People who live near Kawameeh Park in Union County, New Jersey, say Ida’s floodwaters have forced the manhole covers to at …

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Delta delays economic recovery, but rejects market recession

After passing through the first waves of Govt-19 with the highest death toll in the world (687,000 in total), the United States is threatened by its delta diversion towards its economic recovery. Experts insist on a recovering recession, but hope this year’s gross domestic product (GDP) will remain positive – …

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Kessler Topaz Meltzer & Check, LLP Reminds HYRE Investors of Securities Fraud Class Action

RADNOR, PA / ACCESSWIRE / September 25, 2021 / Law firm Kessler Topaz Meltzer & Check, LLP reminds investors that a securities fraud class action lawsuit has been filed against HyreCar Inc. (NASDAQ: HYRE) (“HyreCar”) on behalf of those who purchased or acquired HyreCar titles between May 14, 2021 and …

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Cryptocurrency crackdown in China: after last ban, more than $ 400 million in tokens liquidated in 24 hours

As the cryptocurrency market recovers from the crash it suffered in April-May – mainly due to the tightening of Chinese regulations on cryptocurrency trading and mining – another wave of crackdown by the China has left the market in the red. Chinese regulators have stepped up their hammering on these …

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1 recession-proof infrastructure stock to watch

With huge infrastructure spending on the horizon, railways like Pacific Union (NYSE: UNP) could be big winners and could also help protect your portfolio in a recession. In this fool live Video clip, recorded on September 13, Senior Analyst Asit Sharma and Fool.com Contributor Matt Frankel, CFP, explain why Union …

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Best Streaming Stock: Netflix vs. Roku

Netflix (NASDAQ: NFLX) and Roku (NASDAQ: ROKU) are two of the market’s leading streaming media titles. Netflix has the world’s best streaming video platform in terms of paid subscribers, while Roku is the market leader in streaming media devices in North America. Netflix was actually an early investor in Roku. …

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