Chamath Palihapitiya says that “nobody cares” about the Uyghur genocide in China

WASHINGTON – Billionaire investor Chamath Palihapitiya sparked a backlash on social media after claiming on a recent episode of his podcast that “nobody cares” about the continuing human rights violations against Uighurs in China. During a 90-minute episode, Palihapitiya told co-host Jason Calacanis on their “All-In” podcast that he would lie if he said he … Read more

Czech Regulators Step Smoothly on Oversight of Cryptocurrencies – POLITICAL

Press play to listen to this article PRAGUE – In the Czech Republic, a suspected scam is prompting regulators to take a hot new crypto product more seriously. When a high-profile advertising campaign run by a company named Xixoio began promising huge returns to small investors last fall, some in the media and fintech world … Read more

The New York Mayor’s charisma courts cryptocurrency companies

The encouraging rhetoric from incoming New York City Mayor Eric Adams is a welcome sign for cryptocurrency-related companies looking to establish themselves there. – to be[IN]crypto Yet despite these positive signs, some are wondering whether it will have the power to enforce stricter regulations at the state level. Additionally, Adams faces competition from other American … Read more

Wall Street analysts say they are buying stocks like Tesla and Intel

The Netflix logo can be seen in their office in Hollywood, California. Lucy Nicholson | Reuters Equities started the new year on a rocky footing as investors faced the prospect of rising omicrons, higher bond yields, and the Federal Reserve tightening its monetary policy. These macroeconomic factors can be confusing for even the most seasoned … Read more

Tech Hiccup, Crypto Drop, Fed Fallout: 5 things you need to know

Here are five things you need to know for Thursday, January 6: 1. – Actions set for silent opening after heavy losses US stock futures were mixed to fall early Thursday morning as global equities faced pressure following the worst one-day drop in the heavily tech-heavy Nasdaq since last February and the Dow Jones Industrial … Read more

Stocks Could Ride 2021’s Favorable Wind into the New Year, But Employment Report and Fed Will Be in Focus

A trader works on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) on December 9, 2021. Brendan McDermid | Reuters Back to work the following week with a busy business schedule to kick off the new year, including the ever-important monthly jobs report. After a stellar 2021, stocks are heading towards 2022 with a … Read more

2021 is in the books of records: a year of memes, cryptocurrencies and stocks at an all-time high.

Text size This year has seen many stock records, meme craze, a leap in IPOs, and more. Staff illustration; Dreamstime (9) 2021 was a grueling year, perhaps even more grueling than 2020. Measuring the economic fallout of the new coronavirus variants: first Delta and now Omicron, a surge in inflation and a wave of meme … Read more