Aug 7, 2022
Dollar Edges Lower, But Retains Strength Versus Yen After Payrolls
The U.S. dollar posted more gains against the Japanese yen in early European trade Monday, although was subdued overall after last week’s strong U.S. nonfarm payrolls number raised expectations for further aggressive monetary tightening by the Federal Reserve.
Mar 9, 2022
Putin says Russia will emerge stronger, sanctions will rebound on West
President Vladimir Putin said on Thursday that sanctions imposed against Russia would rebound against the West, including in the form of higher food and energy prices, and Moscow would solve its problems and emerge stronger.
Feb 22, 2022
Hybrid work trend drives PC maker Lenovo's Q3 profit to record high
Third-quarter profit jumped 62% to an all-time high of $640 million at China's Lenovo Group (OTC:LNVGY), the world's biggest maker of personal computers said on Wednesday, as the growing popularity of hybrid work arrangements boosts demand for PCs.
Feb 15, 2022
IRMA and consumer protection
Collective consumer protection is one of IRMA's core tasks. However, IRMA is not the only institution helping to protect consumers and safeguard the financial market. We will explain what IRMA does, what the limits of its work are and which other institutions you should know about here.
Feb 13, 2022
Stocks skittled by Ukraine fears, oil scales 7-year peak
World shares skidded on Monday as warnings that Russia could invade Ukraine at any time drove oil prices to seven-year peaks, belted the euro and sent investors scuttling back to the safe-haven government bonds they have been dumping all year.