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Tim Draper Predicts Using Fiat Currencies in Five Years Will Be Laughable

November 9, 2017 Jamie Redman 0

Tim Draper Predicts Using Fiat Currencies in Five Years Will Be LaughableAfter making a prediction that bitcoin would be $10K by 2018, the American venture capitalist, Tim Draper, is still bullish about cryptocurrencies. In fact, Draper believes digital assets like bitcoin will be so prominent that using fiat currencies in five years will be considered laughable. Also Read: The World’s Largest FX Exchange Hopes to Tame […]

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ECB Monthly Bulletin: Risks surrounding Eurozone economic growth remain broadly balanced

November 9, 2017 Mike Paterson 0

Latest ECB Monthly Bulletin just out 9 Nov
– latest data and survey results point to unabated growth momentum in the second half of this year
– ECB’s monetary policy measures continue to support domestic demand
Upbeat assessment overall but understanda…

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Euro to gain over 3 percent vs dollar to $1.20 in a year ($1.20 in october poll) – Reuters

November 9, 2017 TeleTrade. Market news 0

Over 3/4 of fx strategists say risks to U.S. dollar unchanged since appointment of Jerome Powell as Fed chief About 80 pct of fx strategists say U.S. tax reforms would boost dollar, but many not convinced will pass congress

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Organized begging networks in Baghdad: Children are victims

November 9, 2017 betiforexcom 0

Poverty and financial destitution are no longer the main causes of the spread of begging in the cities of Iraq. Instead, begging has turned into a profitable job which is not limited to the elderly or women. It has rather become dominated by children of all ages, who are spread in markets, traffic junctions, near worshiping places and hospitals, in a phenomenon the country has not witnessed before the 2003 US invasion. Abu Fatima, a merchant in Baghdad, told The New Arab that “children beggars cannot be blamed because they are exploited by brokers and organized networks. This phenomenon has become a threat to drivers and passers-by after beggars turned into using manners that are not limited to asking for […]The post Organized begging networks in Baghdad: Children are victims appeared first on aroundworld24.com.
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