Monthly Archives: November 2021

Amazon Black Friday greeted by climate activists, strikes in Europe, Retail News, ET Retail

TILBURY: England – Climate activists targeted 15 Amazon depots across Europe on “Black Friday” and the world’s largest e-commerce company also faced protests from workers and delivery drivers in Germany, France and Italy. Seattle-based Amazon faces criticism from climate activists who say excessive consumption harms the environment, while union alliance …

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‘All options’ on table for US as Russia increases troops on Ukrainian border

Read more US President Joe Biden expressed concern about the situation in Ukraine and reiterated Washington’s support for Ukraine’s territorial integrity. He added that he will meet “in all probability” with his Ukrainian and Russian counterparts Volodymyr Zelenskiy and Vladimir Poutine. The comments came as US Secretary of State Antony …

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Congress gives the green light to ease the cut to power companies with the support of Podemos – CVBJ

11/25/2021 at 17:23 CET Sara ledo Only months and a half later The lower house on Thursday gave the green light to smooth this cut with votes in favor of PSOE and United We Can, in addition to PNV, PDeCAT, Junts, Más Páis-Equo, Nueva Canarias and Coalición Canaria (189 votes …

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You probably have better options than the candy bar-shaped monitor

Another day another interesting gadget go around the internet – this is a very large portable monitor (in terms of aspect ratio anyway) with an 8.8 inch screen running at a resolution of 420 in 1920. It’s called the Elsonic EK-MD088, and while its size, shape, and built-in stand make …

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USD / TRY to hit new highs by the end of this year and through 2022 and 2023 – Wells Fargo

In the first weeks of November, the Turkish lira lost almost 25% of its value, while since the start of the year the currency has weakened by more than 40% against the US dollar. Wells Fargo economists expect local action to be taken in an attempt to stabilize the TRY, …

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Satterfield’s lawyer files response to Murdaugh’s motion for gag order

Incarcerated lawyer Alex Murdaugh’s “fatally flawed” demand to be abandoned as a defendant in the Gloria Satterfield The civil lawsuit is “akin to the reorganization of the deckchairs on the Titanic – that won’t change the outcome,” lawyers for the surviving sons of Satterfield wrote on Tuesday in response to …

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RBNZ floats the possibility of a debt-to-income ratio of 6 or 7 and a test floor interest rate of 7% or 8%

In a new consultation paper on debt service restrictions, the Reserve Bank assesses the impacts of introducing a debt-to-income ratio cap (DTI) for borrowers of six or seven and a rate test floor interest for bank lenders of 7% or 8%, but points out that these are illustrative models and …

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Why are energy companies going bankrupt? As Bulb enters administration, here’s why UK energy providers are at risk

Bulb Energy has joined more than 20 energy companies exiting the energy market this year, announcing on Monday (September 22) that it would enter administration due to rising wholesale energy prices. Wholesale gas prices have climbed 250% since the start of 2021 and were up 70% in August alone. Register …

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China is more of a risky competitor than a distant global rival of the United States (Report)

Tensions between the US and China are not easing as the Biden administration pushes Donald Trump’s strict Beijing policy forward and turns it into one-on-one competition with the Asian country, report says . The Hong Kong Post, in an opinion piece, said the Biden administration viewed China as a riskier …

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Our fight against climate change begins with the export of American natural gas to replace coal

GLASGOW, SCOTLAND – NOVEMBER 02: US President Joe Biden speaks during action on forests and land … [+] Use the event on day three of COP26 on November 2, 2021 in Glasgow, Scotland. 2021 will see the 26th United Nations Climate Change Conference. The conference will run from October 31st …

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