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July 20th, 2019
Back to Podcasts. July 20th, 2019. Posted on July 20, 2019. AddThis Sharing Buttons. Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Share to Email Share to ...
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Crypto can prevent money laundering better than traditional finance
The old crime-fighting mantra of 'follow the money' is proving more effective than ever, with investigators crossing their fingers that criminals continue ...
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'Money Heist' Season 3: Why Tokyo is the Worst
On July 19, Netflix dropped part three of Money Heist, or La Casa de Papel, and the popular show doesn't disappoint in terms of action and twists.
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Roundup: US stocks post weekly losses amid mixed earnings, rate cuts speculations
The company's results were driven by a 39-percent year-over-year surge in cloud revenue. Diluted earnings per share was 1.71 U.S. dollars GAAP.
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Indexes reveal Iran has one of the most 'miserable' economies in the world
Punishing US sanctions on Tehran that were renewed in 2018 and ... The rial reached a historic low in September, trading at 190,000 to the US dollar, ...
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Trump Is All Wrong about Bitcoin
Trump then went on to remind his followers that the 'only real currency in the USA,' referring to the US dollar, 'is stronger than ever.' Trump's negative ...
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NT dollar gains as greenback recovers against peers
The New Taiwan dollar on Friday rose against the US dollar, gaining NT$0.027 to close at NT$31.050, edging up 0.1 percent from NT$31.081 a week ...
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Prices rise for British tourists as Brexit puts the pound in the shade
News of a fresh decline in the value of the pound was greeted with forbearance by travellers at Luton airport last week. The currency has been under ...
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