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Why global investors are dumping Chinese stocks
Global investors are feeling jittery about investing in China. In March, over $11 billion has gone out the door. Why are foreign investors dumping Chinese stocks?
UK pledges an extra £1bn in military support to Ukraine
The UK will provide an additional £1bn in military aid for Ukraine, a near-doubling in its support for the fight against the Russian invasion.
Safer roads, a global development challenge for all, says UN official
Every 24 seconds someone is killed in traffic, making safety on the world’s roads a global development challenge for all societies, especially for the most vulnerable, a senior ...
Crypto rules to make Europe a global leader as prices plunge
Europe has moved to lead the world in regulating the freewheeling cryptocurrency industry at a time when prices have plunged, wiping out fortunes, fueling skepticism and sparkin...
Bitcoin poised for biggest quarterly drop
Bitcoin is on track for its worst quarter in more than a decade, as more hawkish central banks and a string of high-profile crypto blowups hammer sentiment.
German unemployment rises in June as Ukrainian refugees look for work
German unemployment rose in June, Labour Office figures showed on Thursday, as Ukrainian refugees are registering with the office in search of work.
It's alive! How belief in AI sentience is becoming a problem
AI chatbot company Replika, which offers customers bespoke avatars that talk and listen to them, says it receives a handful of messages almost every day from users who believe t...
N.Korea may be behind new $100 mln cryptocurrency hack, experts say
North Korean hackers are most likely behind an attack last week that stole as much as $100 million in cryptocurrency from a U.S. company, three digital investigative firms have ...
At finish line, U.S. Supreme Court readies climate, immigration rulings
The U.S. Supreme Court is set on Thursday to issue its final two rulings of its current term, one on federal agency power to tackle climate change and the other on President Joe...
Savings and algorithms: UK supermarkets battle cost of living crisis
Facing the toughest economic conditions in decades, Britain's supermarkets are cutting product ranges, searching for cost savings and patrolling each other's stores to check pri...
58% of Americans are living paycheck to paycheck after inflation spike - including 30% of those earning $250,000 or more
As the prices for goods keep climbing, even wealthier Americans are feeling financially strained.
Russia may buy 'friendly' countries' currencies to weaken rouble -Siluanov
Russia may start buying the currencies of "friendly" countries and use those holdings to try to influence the exchange rate of the dollar and euro, as a means of countering shar...
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