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IMF Forecast Raises Spot Gold Prices in the Market

Despite the improvements between America and China’s relationship, the IMF still released a worrying forecast for the global economy. The International Monetary Fund’s latest...

Comcast and Co. Accelerates Startups Again

Comcast launched a new accelerator program for sports tech startups to operate out of Comcast Central Division via the Battery. SportsTech will provide resources...

GAIN Recovers from Forex Drought | Wibest Broker

After a long, slow November in Forex, GAIN Capital Holdings, Inc. bounces back with a four percent jump in volumes. The forex broker’s clients...

Washington Backs Down, Safe-Haven Assets Retreat

Right after Washington pulled back and called for renewed diplomacy, safe-haven assets also pulled back in sessions. Good news came in yesterday after the...

Tehran Weeps for the General’s Death, the Rial Crumbles

The supreme leader of Tehran wept earlier this week over the casket of General Soleimani killed by an American airstrike. Countless Iranian citizens are...

Tehran’s Currency Crumbles, Wrath of the US Sets In

The Iranian rial feels the stress from the constant tension between Washington and Tehran in sessions. The Trump Administration is one, if not the...

Oil and Petroleum Prices Start the New Year with Gains

Oil and petroleum prices advance with good momentum this second day of the year. Major futures – Brent and WTI crude oil contracts –...

The 5G Promise – What’s to Come? | Wibest Broker

Reports have been all over the 5G hype as soon as South Korea adopted the network last April. The anticipated feature promised lightning-fast download...

A Fruitful Decade for US Shale Production | Wibest Broker

The United States has grown into the biggest shale gas producer this decade, and 2019 is its lucky year. Shale gas demand and production...

Uganda’s $2 Billion Loan for its 2020 and 2021 Budget

Yesterday, the market turned its head towards Uganda after its President announced that it would borrow money again. The country’s debt burden will continue...