Bitcoin Price Torn Between Breaking These Levels Even As Exchange Inflows Surge

Despite Bitcoin’s recent recovery from June’s lows showing signs of exhaustion in the past week, stats are still signaling sustained growth of inflows into exchanges and a steady accumulation in the number of wallets with Non-zero balances. Since prices slightly crossed above and recoiled below the $50,000 psychological level a week ago, traders seem to… Continue reading Bitcoin Price Torn Between Breaking These Levels Even As Exchange Inflows Surge

Here's what to expect from Chipotle Mexican Grill earnings

Wall Street analysts are expecting Chipotle Mexican Grill to report surging revenue during its second quarter. Last quarter, Chipotle declined to provide a sales outlook for the rest of the year, citing the uncertainty caused by the pandemic. Shares of Chipotle have risen 13% this year, giving the company a market value of $44 billion.… Continue reading Here's what to expect from Chipotle Mexican Grill earnings

British fishermen snub EU to bypass crushing Brexit export costs ‘Looking further afield

Brexit: Fisherman discusses plan to 'look further afield' When you subscribe we will use the information you provide to send you these newsletters. Sometimes they’ll include recommendations for other related newsletters or services we offer. Our Privacy Notice explains more about how we use your data, and your rights. You can unsubscribe at any time.… Continue reading British fishermen snub EU to bypass crushing Brexit export costs ‘Looking further afield

British fishermen snub EU to bypass crushing Brexit export costs ‘Looking further afield

Brexit: Fisherman discusses plan to 'look further afield' When you subscribe we will use the information you provide to send you these newsletters. Sometimes they’ll include recommendations for other related newsletters or services we offer. Our Privacy Notice explains more about how we use your data, and your rights. You can unsubscribe at any time.… Continue reading British fishermen snub EU to bypass crushing Brexit export costs ‘Looking further afield

Boy’s deportation by Australia a breach of rights, says Children’s Commissioner

By Charlie Dreaver for RNZ The Children’s Commissioner is even more concerned about the deportation of a 15-year-old from Australia, now that he’s had a briefing. Judge Andrew Becroft sought information after the deportation of the minor was made public this week. Foreign Affairs Minister Nanaia Mahuta was told last week of the boy’s imminent… Continue reading Boy’s deportation by Australia a breach of rights, says Children’s Commissioner

David Davis sure Brexit trade impasse to end but warns ‘wrinkles’ will take years to solve

Brexit ‘wrinkles will take a couple of years’ says David Davis When you subscribe we will use the information you provide to send you these newsletters.Sometimes they’ll include recommendations for other related newsletters or services we offer.Our Privacy Notice explains more about how we use your data, and your rights.You can unsubscribe at any time.… Continue reading David Davis sure Brexit trade impasse to end but warns ‘wrinkles’ will take years to solve

EU ‘racket’ savaged over abysmal behaviour towards Brexit Britain ‘shown true colours!’

Brexit: EU 'have shown their true colours' with UK says host When you subscribe we will use the information you provide to send you these newsletters.Sometimes they’ll include recommendations for other related newsletters or services we offer.Our Privacy Notice explains more about how we use your data, and your rights.You can unsubscribe at any time.… Continue reading EU ‘racket’ savaged over abysmal behaviour towards Brexit Britain ‘shown true colours!’

Brexit Britain on track for trade ‘explosion’ as economists slammed for ‘wrong’ forecasts

Brexit: Britain will see trade ‘explosion’ says Iain Duncan Smith The Brexit trade deal is expected to finalised after nine months of troubled negotiations between the UK and the European Union. Iain Duncan Smith welcomed the agreement reached with Brussels while insisting the Government must ensure efforts are doubled to strengthen non-EU trade partnerships. Mr… Continue reading Brexit Britain on track for trade ‘explosion’ as economists slammed for ‘wrong’ forecasts

Brexit warning: UK stuck in EU ‘bureaucratic’ hell for years after Boris fails firm test

Brexit: Fox outlines worries over being 'lumbered' with deal Baroness Fox suggested the majority Boris Johnson secured in 2019 provided him with the necessary strength to push back on European Union demands on fisheries post-Brexit. The former Brexit Party MEP also warned attempts to secure a deal with the bloc at all costs would leave… Continue reading Brexit warning: UK stuck in EU ‘bureaucratic’ hell for years after Boris fails firm test

Brexit bluff exposed: Boris made UK look ‘weak’ after backing down on no deal threat

Brexit: Boris Johnson's position 'noticeably weaker' says Habib Ben Habib told talkRADIO the Prime Minster’s position has become noticeably weaker as the deadline for a free trade agreement approaches. He added that Mr Johnson’s reluctance to cut-off trade talks has shown the EU that Britain is not serious about the prospect of a no deal… Continue reading Brexit bluff exposed: Boris made UK look ‘weak’ after backing down on no deal threat

Trump fears Giuliani, other lawyers in Biden vote challenge are 'fools that are making him look bad'

President Donald Trump is worried his campaign's legal team, led by his personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani, is composed of "fools that are making him look bad," NBC News reported. Giuliani and other campaign lawyers have so far failed to invalidate votes and reverse an apparent victory for President-elect Joe Biden. Former New Jersey Gov. Chris… Continue reading Trump fears Giuliani, other lawyers in Biden vote challenge are 'fools that are making him look bad'

Another woman, 22, accuses Breonna Taylor cop Brett Hankison of sexual assault after offering her a ride home from bar

THE cop who was fired in connection with Breonna Taylor’s death has been accused of sexual assault by another woman.  Brett Hankison, who was fired as a Louisville Metro police officer in June after the EMT was shot dead in March, has been accused of assaulting a woman, now 22, in 2018. According to WHAS-TV,… Continue reading Another woman, 22, accuses Breonna Taylor cop Brett Hankison of sexual assault after offering her a ride home from bar

‘No rhyme or reason’ why Mississippi governor reversed statewide mask mandate, says Jackson mayor

Jackson, Mississippi Mayor Chokwe Lumumba said, “there doesn’t appear to be a rhyme or reason to some of the decisions to reverse the statewide mask mandates.” Currently, Governor Reeves’ daughter is Covid-positive and he and his entire family are in quarantine, yet has not implemented a statewide mask mandate. Coronavirus hospitalization rates reach the highest… Continue reading ‘No rhyme or reason’ why Mississippi governor reversed statewide mask mandate, says Jackson mayor

Ethereum (ETH) Setting For Breakout or Further Decline?

Ethereum is holding the key $145 support area and recovering against the US Dollar. The price is currently facing a strong resistance near the $152 area. Earlier, there was a break above a major bearish trend line with resistance near $150 on the hourly chart of ETH/USD (data feed via Kraken). The price remains well… Continue reading Ethereum (ETH) Setting For Breakout or Further Decline?

Boris Johnson's Conservative Party to charge foreigners extra to buy English property

A 3% tax is being promised on foreign purchases of property in England if the Conservative Party win the election next month. The policy is part of an effort by the Conservatives to reduce prices. Higher levels of "stamp duty" are already applied on second home and buy-to-let purchases. Foreign buyers who want to own… Continue reading Boris Johnson's Conservative Party to charge foreigners extra to buy English property

Tesla's stock is surging but some analysts found real problems with its earnings report

Tesla shares soared more than 15% in Thursday's premarket trading after the company reported third-quarter revenue of $6.3 billion and earnings per share, adjusted, of $1.86 on Wednesday. The automaker also posted a surprise profit. While the Street was generally impressed with the company's numbers, some analysts pointed to a slowdown in revenue growth as… Continue reading Tesla's stock is surging but some analysts found real problems with its earnings report

This small stock may have just won earnings season already surging 31% in a single day

PetMed Express soared more than 30% on Monday after the online pet pharmacy said its quarterly profit topped Wall Street's estimates. Net income fell about 36% since the same period last year as PetMed was forced to lower prices in a competitive pet-loving environment.  "WhilePETS faces severalchallenges,withintensifyingcompetitivedynamics, we admit 2Q marks a turnaround in PETS margin… Continue reading This small stock may have just won earnings season already surging 31% in a single day

Bitcoin (BTC) Struggles To Break Past $10,500 Amid Declining Bullish Euphoria

Bitcoin (BTC) struggles to break past $10,500 as the price has faced a strong rejection at the 38.2% fib retracement level. Meanwhile, the Fear and Greed Index has declined to 20 from 31. The price has topped out as can be seen on the 1H chart for BTC/USD and it is only a matter of… Continue reading Bitcoin (BTC) Struggles To Break Past $10,500 Amid Declining Bullish Euphoria

Trump advisor Bolton: US would enthusiastically support a UK choice for no-deal Brexit

U.S. national security adviser John Bolton told British Prime Minister Boris Johnson that President Donald Trump wants to see a successful British exit from the European Union on Oct. 31. As Britain prepares to leave the European Union, its biggest geopolitical shift since World War Two, many diplomats expect London to become increasingly reliant on… Continue reading Trump advisor Bolton: US would enthusiastically support a UK choice for no-deal Brexit

Electorate hell-bent on wreaking revenge for shambolic Brexit says Vince Cable

Sir Vince Cable said the current leadership race is “not representative” of the UK electorate, as the new Prime Minister will be chosen from just 160,000 Tory party members. The remain-backing politician said Britain’s new leader will be chosen by party members that are predominantly over 55 and wealthy and described party voters as a… Continue reading Electorate hell-bent on wreaking revenge for shambolic Brexit says Vince Cable

Greens vow to be ‘tough on Brexit’ as they launch EU elections campaign

The Greens have launched their European elections campaign, urging voters to back their message of “yes to Europe” and “no to climate chaos”. The party is hoping to build on its best ever set of local election results in England last week, when it gained more than 100 seats. A key plank of its platform… Continue reading Greens vow to be ‘tough on Brexit’ as they launch EU elections campaign

Rory Stewart joins Tory leadership race to succeed Theresa May

Rory Stewart joins Tory leadership race just days after Cabinet promotion: MP makes pitch for ‘broad party stretching all the way from Ken Clarke to Jacob-Rees Mogg’ The new international development secretary said he would run to be next PM He urged the Tories to be a ‘broad party’ and not to ‘try to outdo… Continue reading Rory Stewart joins Tory leadership race to succeed Theresa May

Ministers ‘make substantive moves in Brexit talks with Labour’

Ministers ‘make substantive moves in Brexit talks with Labour’ amid hopes the deadlock over Theresa May’s deal can be broken Brexit deadlock could be broken during cross-party discussions over Brexit deal   Labour minsters claim Theresa May’s ‘red lines’ on the customs union may shift  One senior party member said there was ‘movement’ in talks over… Continue reading Ministers ‘make substantive moves in Brexit talks with Labour’