Tata Motors Q1 results: Consolidated net loss narrows to ₹4,451 cr

Tata Motors Q1 results: Consolidated net loss narrows to ₹4,451 cr

Auto major Tata Motors’ consolidated net loss for the quarter ended 30 June, 2021 narrowed to ₹4,450.92 crore as compared to net loss of ₹8,437.99 crore in the year-ago period. The automaker’s total revenue came at ₹66,406.05 crore during the first quarter of...
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EU plans to suffocate the crypto community

EU plans to suffocate the crypto community

The EU plans to suffocate the crypto community via a bureaucratic trick. On Tuesday, the European Commission revealed a proposal that would prohibit the use of “anonymous crypto asset wallets” as part of its fight on financial crimes. The proposal....
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NSO Pegasus Spyware Targeted French President Macron

NSO Pegasus Spyware Targeted French President Macron

Khazar-Israeli NSO Pegasus Spyware Targeted French President Macron – Extremely Serious Breach Under Investigation The latest victim who was targeted using the phone hacking spyware Pegasus has been revealed to French President Emmanual Macron – pa...
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ETF Money Inflows Set To Smash Record In 2021

ETF Money Inflows Set To Smash Record In 2021

2021 is set to smash records, with $488.5 billion and counting moving into ETFs in just 7 months so far this year, far surpassing the previous full year record of $497 billion from 2020, according to Bloomberg. The move comes at...
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Heathrow Airport Passenger Numbers Remain Almost 90% Down From Pre-Pandemic Levels

Heathrow Airport Passenger Numbers Remain Almost 90% Down From Pre-Pandemic Levels

Heathrow airport passenger numbers remain almost 90 percent down on pre-pandemic levels and significantly lower than EU rival airports, new figures show. Airport bosses revealed just 957,000 passengers passed through its terminals in June compared with 7,246,1...
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Gundlach Warns Dollar Is “Doomed”

Gundlach Warns Dollar Is “Doomed”

It has been a while since DoubleLine Founder Jeffrey Gundlach sat for a lengthy interview with CNBC’s Scott Wapner, aka “the Judge”, during the network’s “Halftime Report”. Gundlach has at times clashed with various CNBC pe...
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China temporarily bans using retired EV batteries in energy storage systems

China temporarily bans using retired EV batteries in energy storage systems

As Taiwanese tech media reported, China’s National Energy Administration has announced regulations to prevent using retired EV battery packs in newly established energy storage systems until there are technological breakthroughs in managing consistency o...
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The FED: They Cannot End Quantitative Easing

The FED: They Cannot End Quantitative Easing

When the economy was shut down in March 2020, the government responded with massive fiscal and monetary support. The fiscal stimulus totaled $4T+ in relief packages. All of this spending was paid for with debt issued by the Treasury. The...
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OPEC and allies to decide on crude production policy

OPEC and allies to decide on crude production policy

A group of some of the world’s most powerful oil producers will meet on Thursday to decide the next phase of their production policy. OPEC and non-OPEC partners, an energy alliance often referred to as OPEC+, will convene via videoconference...
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Biden Plans Anti-Monopoly Executive Order

Biden Plans Anti-Monopoly Executive Order

Biden Plans Anti-Monopoly Executive Order Targeting Big Business. Today, a US district judge tossed out an anti-trust case brought against Facebook by the federal government and a coalition of states (swiftly sending the tech giant’s market cap past the...
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The US has bombed Syria and Iraq again

The US has bombed Syria and Iraq again

The US has bombed Syria and Iraq again, apparently just because it can, giving little or no thought to the consequences. The timing and nature of the US airstrikes against Iraqi militia forces operating inside Syria and Iraq begs the...
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Ghislaine Maxwell: a morally bankrupt person

Ghislaine Maxwell: a morally bankrupt person

Sky’s new documentary ‘Ghislaine Maxwell: Epstein’s Shadow’ paints a vivid picture of the damaged socialite’s infatuation with evil men and the slavish devotion that has led to her languishing in a New York prison, awaiting trial. Binge-watching all ...
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Bill C-36 provides a financial incentive to accuse others of hate speech

Bill C-36 provides a financial incentive to accuse others of hate speech

In addition to fines of up to $50,000, the bill also proposes for a “victim” of hate speech to be compensated with a payment (by the accused) of up to $20,000. Similar to a lawsuit, but with the government acting...
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Petitions To Keep Bezos From Returning To Earth Next Month Signed By Over 56,000 People

Petitions To Keep Bezos From Returning To Earth Next Month Signed By Over 56,000 People

Over 56,000 people have signed petitions calling to prevent Jeff Bezos from returning to earth next month, when the billionaire founder of Amazon.com is set to ride his phallic ‘New Shepard’ rocket into space along with his brother, Mark and...
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Ronaldo to take $10M+ loss on Trump Tower apartment in New York

Ronaldo to take $10M+ loss on Trump Tower apartment in New York

Ronaldo to take $10M+ loss on Trump Tower apartment in New York after fans pressured him to disassociate from ‘Bad Orange Man’. Soccer superstar Cristiano Ronaldo is reportedly ready to lose nearly $11 million on the sale of his Trump...
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