Oligopolies

Only 4 crypto exchanges succeed, Gopax fails to strike a deal

A screenshot of a first draft of a confirmation document that a bank handed over to the Gopax cryptocurrency exchange. According to the exchange on Friday, she believed a partnership would be signed after receiving a sample of this confirmation document, however, the bank submitted its final rejection to the …

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EU anti-corruption aid to Ukraine does not help

EU support for Ukraine to fight corruption is not working. The widespread problem of corruption in Ukraine has not diminished in recent years. According to the European Court of Auditors, this is largely due to the fact that the European Commission has done little to verify whether the aid is …

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No calendar year slam for Novak

A Set a small text size A Set the default text size A Set a large text size Novak Djokovic’s candidacy for the calendar year Grand Slam was recently put on hold, succumbing to Russian Daniil Medvedev in a tight three-set affair.

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UK could see gas prices hit $ 1,250 per MWh

The UK gas crisis is part of a larger natural gas phenomenon unfolding around the world as prices skyrocket and businesses fail to respond. As Europe and North America seek to move away from reliance on fossil fuels in favor of renewable alternatives, will it be possible to make the …

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JP Morgan Chase tries the delicate task of conquering the British bank

Barclays, Lloyds, NatWest and HSBC’s stranglehold on the UK banking market leaves little room for upstarts. Most of those who have tried to challenge their dominance have failed – seriously, in some cases. In 1998, Prudential started Egg, an online lender that offered generous interest rates and claimed it would …

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Blockchain is not just a case of good or bad

First published on SEPTEMBER 22, 2021 Updated 1 hour ago Simon mackenzie Professor Simon Mackenzie is a criminologist and director of the Te Kura Mahinga Tangata School of Social and Cultural Studies at Te Herenga Waka-Victoria University in Wellington. Show more Technology There is much to be gained from having …

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Echoes of the oligopoly as big companies grow

Some of India’s biggest companies across all industries have grown even bigger in the last fiscal year as the pandemic has sparked a struggle for the survival of much smaller companies down the value chain, suggests an analysis of the Mint. Five companies alone won 21% of all profits made …

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Kwarteng’s Energy Crisis Insurance Ignores the Cost of Failed Small Suppliers | Nils Pratley

Competition will survive in the retail energy market and there will be no return to the “comfortable oligopoly” of the past, said Kwasi Kwarteng, trying to take a long-term view of the current gas crisis. . Fair enough, but the business secretary ignored two points instead. First, if massive small …

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Maajid Nawaz: Tech giants are “too powerful” and must be dismantled

September 19, 2021, 15:57 | Updated: September 19, 2021, 4:05 PM The big tech companies have “too much market share” and should be dismantled, according to Maajid Nawaz. The comments came after the announcement that Facebook has a “whitelist” that exempts some 6 million users from standard terms of service. …

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My best defense stock to buy right now

The United States spent $ 725 billion on national defense in 2020; the US government is a big business. While investors cannot buy “stocks” of the US government, there are ways to gain exposure to the huge dollars that the US spends year after year. Aerospace and defense company Lockheed …

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