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Coinbase to expand operations in UK

Bitcoin payment processor Coinbase expanded its base in UK and is looking forward to expand globally to 40 countries. The company has announced that it had engaged in very ‘forward-looking’ talks with financial regulators, prompting the decision to expand its operations. Coinbase is the world's...

Exit from the EU Would Cost Hundreds of Billions to the UK

Britain will lose $ 224 billion in the case of leaving the European Union - this Bertelsmann Foundation’s research data brings the British newspaper The Independent. For the United Kingdom, the consequences of termination of membership in the EU will be long-term, states the study. Particularly,...

Greek PM confident of making a deal for bailout

Greece's prime minister Alexis Tsipras is hoping that the country could sail out of the bailout mess and make a deal as early as May 9. He also ruled out early elections if the dragging negotiations fail and was optimistic that a first agreement can be struck by the end of next week, which can...

Australia could lose AAA rating: Joe Hockey

  Australian treasurer Joe Hockey has announced that the country could lose its AAA credit rating, which would amp up interest rates for households, unless the federal budget is returned to surplus. Hockey would be handing down the second budget under his helm in two weeks and took the...

Ecological farming techniques spread the use of Bio-Digesters in rural Cuba

With Cuba importing 53% of its fuel consumption, the widespread use of bio-digesters will not only help its economy but also make a big dent in its national carbon footprint. Since pork is widely consumed in Cuba and since many farmers and families  raise pork as a livestock, Cuba’s Ministry...

Deutsche Bank slapped with record fine for interest manipulation

Deutsche Bank has been fined a record $2.5bn (£1.7bn) by UK and US financial regulators for manipulating interest rates. The German bank company has also been under fire for not giving way to investigating regulators and was ordered to give the pink slip to seven of its employees. The fine could...

Saudi Prince Promised Bentley to Pilots Bombed Huthis

The representative of the royal family of Saudi Arabia, Prince Al-Waleed bin Talal in honor of the completion of the military operation in Yemen has promised to award 100 participating pilots with premium class car. Prince wrote about this intention on Twitter, where he has three million...

Bulgaria Signed an Agreement to Build a Gas Pipeline with Romania and Greece

Bulgaria signed an agreement with Romania and Greece on the construction of the connection between the national gas transmission system, known as vertical gas corridor. It is reported by Wall Street Journal, quoting Deputy Minister of Energy of Bulgaria Zhecho Stankov. The new connection will cost...

Eu zone ministers to not set any more deadlines for Greece

The finance ministers part of the Eurozone negotiations with Greece plan to not set any more deadlines for Greece to come up with reforms to get more funding.   The ministers have come to this resolution as the past few deadlines have led to e fallout in negotiations. While Greece is quickly...

Only the Beginning: The First State-Owned Bankruptcy in China

Chinese transformer manufacturer Baoding Tianwei, China South Industries Group’s unit, announced its own default caused by the failure to repay the bonds on time, according to Bloomberg. Tianwei has become China's first state-owned company having defaulted. Prior to this, only private firms...
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