Month: November 2019

The action began at 3am UTC, with a sell order roughly 6 percent below the market price and hundreds of times larger than the norm on the exchange at that time. As that order fulfilled available bids, the ask price moved lower, dragging the market price down until it reached $6,276, at which point the
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Part of the Cherohala Skyway in the Cherokee National Forest in Tennessee Getty One automaker delivered the gift of green infrastructure this holiday season. To help protect forestlands, Volkswagen of America, through a sponsorship of The Conservation Fund, is donating $1.25 million towards increasing the footprint of the Cherokee National Forest in Tennessee by nearly
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German banking association BdB was positive about the legislation, too. “Credit institutions are experienced in the safekeeping of client assets and in risk management, are committed to investor protection and have always been controlled by the financial supervision,” it said. As such, banks could “effectively prevent money laundering and terrorist financing” with crypto assets.
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Legislation clarifying the legal status of cryptocurrencies, including mining and token sales, was reported to be passing through the State Duma by the end of the last summer session, but has seen delays. Two of three planned bills were passed in 2018, however, one regarding digital rights and the other covering crowdfunding, RIA says.
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Workers install roof trusses on a home under construction in Vineyard, Utah. George Frey | Bloomberg | Getty Images Continued low mortgage rates are keeping bankers busy, as refinance applications continue to rise. Refinance volume helped push total mortgage application volume up 1.5% last week compared with the previous week. Volume was 153% higher compared
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Robinhood co-founder and co-CEO Vlad Tenev speaks onstage during the TechCrunch Disrupt New York event on May 10, 2016. Noam Galai | Getty Images for TechCrunch Robinhood is no longer looking to become a federally insured bank. The stock-trading start-up announced Wednesday that it was pulling its bank charter application with the Office of the
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Flextronics International Apple factory employees work on Apple Mac Pro computer assembly in Austin, TX, November 20, 2019. Tom Brenner | Reuters Economists are boosting their fourth quarter growth forecasts after the trade deficit narrowed and business investment showed a surprise pickup in October. The CNBC/Moody’s Analytic’s rapid update of economists forecasts showed a median
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The U.S. economy expanded “modestly” through mid-November amid steady consumer spending and some brighter signs from manufacturers, a Federal Reserve survey showed. “In manufacturing, more districts reported an expansion in the current period than the previous one, though the majority continued to experience no growth,” said the report released Wednesday in Washington. “The picture for
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Byron Wien Olivia Michael | CNBC The stock market’s rally may be far from over as low interest rates keep valuations in an attractive place, according to Wall Street legend Byron Wien. “People complain that the market is overvalued but … with these interest rates, the market is really below fair value,” Wien, vice chairman
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Vice President of Product Marketing, Kevin Mole Swell 2019 opened with a powerful quote from our CEO Brad Garlinghouse, “To fix the friction in payments, we need to reset the plumbing by resetting the fundamental architecture of how payments can flow.” During a time when other industries are rapidly facing disruption, decades old infrastructure has
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Libra co-founder and chief economist of Calibra Wallet Christian Catalini has attempted to clear up misconceptions in relation to the planned digital coin in an interview with CNN’s Julia Chatterley. The release of the whitepaper on Facebook’s (NASDAQ:FB) proposed coin back in June prompted massive debate from politicians around the world, most of which vehemently
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