The problems with DeFi and how EQIFI can solve them

GRAND CAYMAN, Cayman Islands, April 23, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – The current climate of high unemployment, financially difficult, due to prolonged lockdowns, tense central bank policies, the threat of hyperinflation and high rates of artificially curtailed interests have shaken the confidence in the world banking institutions as well as state …

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The driving ambition behind a $ 4 billion lithium merger

Orocobre means “golden copper” in Spanish, but the company focused on lithium shortly before its listing when founding director Neil Stuart attended a mining conference in Argentina’s wine region of Mendoza and earned the credentials. rights of a salt lake 4000 meters above sea level in the Andes. Lithium was …

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The heavyweight of ASB home loans cuts some short-term fixed rates and increases some longer-term fixed mortgage rates as basic wholesale rates move under various influences. Westpac follows

Fixed mortgage rates are on the move again as the bottom wholesale rate curve steepens. ASB, New Zealand’s second-largest mortgage lender, made some changes, cutting some short-term fixed rates and increasing some of its long-term rates. The bank cut its one-year fixed rate by four basis points to 2.25%. At …

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Auto Subscription Services Explained | The automotive expert

Auto subscriptions are billed as the next big thing, the automotive equivalent of pay phones or online TV packages, which are expected to account for nearly 10% of all new car sales in the US and Europe by now 2025. Subscription programs go by many different names: flexible lease or …

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PHL raises P122B from the sale of euro bonds

An employee shows 50 euro notes in a Sarajevo bank in this photo from March 19, 2012. – REUTERS The Philippine government raised 2.1 billion euros (122.4 billion pesos) through a three-tranche offering of euro-denominated bonds, the Treasury Office (BTr) reported. The Philippines took advantage of the low interest rates …

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launches the first digital mortgage, backed by Bendigo

Commonwealth Bank remains the owner of Aussie, but its stake will be reduced to a minority stake of 45% when a merger deal with Lendi is reached, which will offer Lendi shareholders 55% of Aussie. Lendi will help Aussie create a new digital brokerage experience, while Tic: Toc provides direct …

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The Super League collapsed on its own and Boris Johnson’s threats to intervene were grossly misguided

The Super League was a terrible idea. He inevitably fell apart before he even had a chance to start. The owners of the dubious eponymous Big Six exposed themselves as hopelessly out of touch with fans, players and their own managers. It became shamefully obvious, even to the clearest of …

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Upstart Could Overthrow Multibillion-Dollar Boron Oligopoly

Tesla CEO (NASDAQ: TSLA) Elon Musk called hydrogen cars “dumb dumb,” a criticism that iron ore billionaire Andrew Forrest stems from Musk’s fear of technology, adding that the Musk’s perspective is suitable for someone who “treads a battery technology is also green when it runs on fossil fuels.” Forrest sees …

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Nigerian lawmakers want Dangote’s cement dominance shattered

Nigerian lawmakers have urged the government to break the dominance of the country’s three largest cement companies to encourage more competition and lower prices. Dangote Cement Plc, which holds 61% of the market, Lafarge Africa Plc and BUA Group effectively control production in Africa’s most populous country, the Nigerian Senate …

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Indian cabinet approves trade recovery deal with Bangladesh

Agreement aims to deter unfair trade practices and promote rules-based bilateral trade The Indian Cabinet, chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, gave ex post facto approval to the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between India and Bangladesh on the establishment of a framework for cooperation in the field of corrective measures …

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