Similar to its FAANG peers, Apple (AAPL) stock saw a gigantic and unforeseen lift in 2020, because of the COVID-19 flare-up. As the stock is exchanging sideways so far in 2021, what’s next for the innovation Goliath’s offers. We can’t depend on a rehash of last year’s shocking financial exchange execution. Future gets back from […]Read More Apple Stock Continues to Pivot from Growth Story to Defensive Play
One of China’s longest-running digital currency trades has closed its bitcoin business as it hops following the country’s most recent enemy of crypto crackdowns.Read More China’s Longest-Running Crypto Exchange Closes Bitcoin Business Following Crackdowns
Ima, 19, is one of Britain’s most prominent Black Lives Matter (BLM) activists, but she’s nervous at a protest in London. While a pandemic-mandated mask covers most of her face, she keeps her head down for fear of being identified. Her eyes constantly dart to check the location of the police. Fear is justified in […]Read More There should be a racial reckoning in the UK. Instead, Black Lives Matter activists say they are worried about their safety.
According to its original draft, the Voting Rights Act specifically prohibited intentional discrimination. The Supreme Court ruled in City of Mobile v. Bolden that Section 2 of the Voting Rights Act prohibited only “the purposefully discriminatory denial or abridgement of the freedom to vote” by the government, so Congress amended the language of Section 2 to prohibit practices that “result ” in the “denial or abridgment” of the right to vote.Read More Why Biden’s DOJ Insists Georgia’s Photo ID Requirement Is Racist Under The Voting Rights Act
In the wake of the British financial watchdog’s decision to ban one of the world’s largest Bitcoin (BTC-USD) exchanges from operating in the country, the cryptocurrency market shrugged. The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA ordered Binance Markets) over the weekend to remove all advertising and financial promotions by 30 June. FCA said the firm cannot perform […]Read More Bitcoin rises after UK financial watchdog bans Binance cryptocurrency exchange
The price hikes for rental cars, airline tickets, and uncooked beef roasts are making economists and consumers wonder if we’re during an inflationary period. Whether these price hikes are just a temporary blip because of a supply and demand mismatch resulting from the pandemic or a sign of inflation, an uptick in prices that continues […]Read More Brace yourself, inflation could create a ‘giant wealth transfer’ from lenders to borrowers
A rapid, fast-moving wildfire engulfed a Canadian village this week within minutes of setting a new heat record. The British Columbia Coroners Service announced on Friday that two people have died in the fire that devastated the small Canadian village of Lytton. During British Columbia’s record-breaking heat wave, more than 230 deaths were reported. Lytton […]Read More After temperatures topped 121 degrees, a Canadian village was ‘devastated’ by wildfires
Following the UK’s long and most severe lockdown in May, Kitty Grew started to commute from her north London home to her office five miles away, as part of a dry-run program. She wakes up early in the morning to ride her bike a few blocks down a suburban lane of terraced houses toward the city […]Read More Many are afraid of returning to normal life after one of the world’s strictest lockdowns is lifted
We are often recommended to take 10,000 steps a day by fitness tracking devices. In truth, the goal of walking 10,000 steps, which many of us believe is based on science, is a product of coincidence and sticky history rather than research. The 10,000-step target was popularized in Japan in the 1960s by I-Min Lee, […]Read More Does the 10,000-step a day rule really apply to our health?