The Tesla's high-energy batteries on board continued to reignite as firefighters tried to get to the two people inside.
The Tesla's high-energy batteries on board continued to reignite as firefighters tried to get to the two people inside.
Musk is barking up Dogecoin again after its value dropped nearly 30% during his appearance on "Saturday Night Live."
New York, NY, May 11, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Southeast Asia Capital Group, Inc., (“SEA Capital Group”) a Nevada corporation engaged in finance, international trade and project investments, today announced that it has agreed to extend the fulfillment schedules for $2,965,419,200 worth of trade transactions involving copper, gold, oil and sugar that have been previously entered into by the Company and an undisclosed international partner. Richard Phan, Chairman of Southeast Asia Capital Group, stated: “Due to the effects of the covid-19 pandemic, we deem it beneficial for both companies to extend the fulfillment schedules and look forward to working with our partner to complete these transactions as soon as possible in the coming months.” About Southeast Asia Capital Group, Inc. Southeast Asia Capital Group is a Nevada company established in 2004. The Company is engaged in finance, international trade and commercial projects with potential for high returns on investment. About Phanet Holding Corp. Phanet Holding Corp. is one of the first Vietnamese global capital investor groups. Phanet Holding Corp, a prestigious funding company in finance and trade which is also investing into several stunning gold mining, tourist resorts in Europe. Safe Harbor Act and Forward-looking Statements This news release contains “forward-looking statements” pursuant to the “safe-harbor” provisions of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. “Forward-looking statements” describe future expectations, plans, results, or strategies and are generally preceded by words such as “may,” “future,” “plan” or “planned,” “will” or “should,” “expected,” “anticipates,” “draft,” “eventually” or “projected,” which are subject to a multitude of risks and uncertainties that could cause future circumstances, events, or results to differ materially from those projected in the forward-looking statements as a result of various factors. Contact:Richard Phan, ChairmanSoutheast Asia Capital Group, Inc.Tel: +1-312-912-9117Email: email@example.com
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House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy set a Wednesday vote for removing Rep. Liz Cheney from her Republican leadership post in the chamber, saying it was clear that he and his GOP colleagues “need to make a change.” Cheney, R-Wyo., seems all but certain to be tossed from her No. 3 House GOP job after repeatedly challenging former President Donald Trump’s false assertions pinning his November reelection defeat on widespread voting fraud. McCarthy has signaled his desire to remove Cheney for several weeks.
Jared Walsh homered and matched a career high with four hits, Justin Upton also connected and the Los Angeles Angels rallied in the sixth inning to beat the Houston Astros 5-4 Monday night. Walsh also doubled and had two RBIs as the Angels got their third win in four games. The Angels trailed by three and Houston starter Luis Garcia had retired seven in a row before Walsh cracked his homer to the corner of right field with one out in the sixth.
Hit by a cyberattack, the operator of a major U.S. fuel pipeline said it hopes to have services mostly restored by the end of the week as the FBI and administration officials identified the culprits as a gang of criminal hackers. U.S. officials sought to soothe concerns about price spikes or damage to the economy by stressing that the fuel supply had so far not experienced widespread disruptions, and the company said Monday that it was working toward “substantially restoring operational service” by the weekend. The White House said in a statement late Monday that it was monitoring supply shortages in parts of the Southeast and that President Joe Biden had directed federal agencies to bring their resources to bear.
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The military takeover of Myanmar early in the morning of Feb. 1 reversed the country's slow climb toward democracy after five decades of army rule. With a partial understanding of the situation, they tried to block social media platforms, which they knew could be used for organizing protests. In the 100 days since its takeover, the military has failed to secure its position and faces battles on more fronts, as armed ethnic minority groups seeking more autonomy join their struggle to that of the democracy activists.
IBM is rolling out innovations in artificial intelligence, hybrid cloud operations and quantum computing as the company that created the personal computer follows through on a roadmap it set out a year ago. The U.S. company made the announcements to coincide with its annual Think Conference on Tuesday as it builds momentum following its $34 billion takeover of open-source software company Red Hat two years ago. IBM, which last month reported its strongest quarterly sales growth in two years, has been restructuring since Arvind Krishna became chief executive a year ago to focus on cloud computing and AI.
Indian retail inflation likely eased to a three-month low in April on softening prices for vegetables and other perishable foods, a Reuters poll suggested, bringing the headline rate closer to the midpoint of the Reserve Bank of India's medium-term target. That reprieve would provide policymakers with some relief as they seek to keep prices under control amid growing risks that state-wide lockdowns and curfews imposed to tackle a record surge of COVID-19 cases could disrupt supplies and fuel prices. Consumer price inflation was predicted to cool to 4.20% in April, just above the RBI's 4% mid-point target and down from March's four-month high of 5.52%, according to the poll of nearly 50 economists taken over the past week.
Republicans are preparing to launch an all-out assault on sweeping voting rights legislation, forcing Democrats to take dozens of politically difficult votes during a committee hearing that will spotlight the increasingly charged national debate over access to the ballot. The bill, as written, would bring about the largest overhaul of U.S. elections in a generation, touching on almost every aspect of the electoral process. Democrats say the changes are even more important now as Republican-controlled states impose new voting restrictions after the divisive 2020 election.
On Monday’s episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live!, host Jimmy Kimmel offered his two breakdown of former president Donald Trump’s latest missives, also discussing a controversy surrounding Kentucky Derby winner, Medina Spirit. “Thanks for joining us on the day after Post About Your Mom On Instagram Day. I hope you didn’t screw that up,” Kimmel joked in […]
More than half of 100 companies with the lowest median employee wages in the S&P 500 Index boosted CEO pay by changing the rules for assessing executive performance during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a report by a left-leaning policy group published on Tuesday. The report from the Institute for Policy Studies found that 51 of these 100 companies, including beverage and snack maker Coca-Cola Co, cruise ship operator Carnival Corp and fast food corporation Yum Brands Inc, reduced median worker pay by 2% to $28,187 on average in 2020 compared to 2019, even as the median compensation for their CEOs rose 29% to $15.3 million. More companies are facing shareholder backlash against their CEO pay this year than last, Reuters has reported.
(Bloomberg) -- Asian stocks and U.S. equity futures slid Tuesday after a technology-led Wall Street tumble as surging commodity prices stoked concern about inflation. A dollar gauge was steady.MSCI Inc.’s Asia-Pacific share index fell the most since March, with technology underperforming amid a sea of red from Japan to Hong Kong. Nasdaq 100 contracts retreated about 1% after the index tumbled on concern that higher inflation could push up interest rates, weighing on equity valuations. S&P 500 futures dropped after the gauge fell from an all-time high.Oil dipped as traders monitored the worsening fallout from the closure of the largest U.S. oil-products pipeline. The spotlight remains on the broad commodity rally, which threatens to stoke price pressures. Data showed China’s factory-gate prices surged more than expected in April.A measure of inflation expectations earlier reached the highest level since 2006. The 10-year Treasury yield eased back slightly after rising to 1.60%.The run-up in raw materials is intensifying debate ahead of a U.S. CPI report Wednesday that is forecast to show a strong gain in April. The year-on-year reading will be amplified by the pandemic shock a year earlier, but it plays into a broader market concern that the Federal Reserve may be forced to raise interest rates sooner than current guidance suggest to contain inflation.“We’re going to see volatility definitely over the next couple of months” given uncertainty over the path of growth, Kristen Bitterly, head of capital markets in the Americas for Citi Private Bank, said on Bloomberg TV. “Cash and duration are punitive so you need to make sure that where you have that yield is non-rates sensitive parts of the market.”The Australian dollar climbed ahead of the federal budget. The government is expected to unveil a narrowing fiscal gap and more spending.On the virus front, the World Health Organization will classify a fast-spreading strain of Covid-19 first identified in India -- the scene of one of the world’s most fearsome outbreaks -- as a variant of concern.See here the MLIV Question of the Day: How Far Can Reflation Trades Go?Here are some key events to watch this week:A range of Fed speakers are due this week, including Governor Lael Brainard on Tuesday, among othersOPEC monthly Oil Market Report is published with global demand forecasts and production estimates TuesdayU.S. CPI report Wednesday is forecast to show prices continued to increase in AprilBank of England Governor Andrew Bailey speaks WednesdayThese are some of the main moves in markets:StocksS&P 500 futures dipped 0.5% as of 1:13 p.m. in Tokyo. The S&P 500 Index shed 1%Nasdaq 100 contracts lost 1%. The Nasdaq 100 fell 2.6%Japan’s Topix index dropped 2.3%Australia’s S&P/ASX 200 Index fell 1.1%South Korea’s Kospi index lost 1.3%Hong Kong’s Hang Seng Index dropped 2.2%China’s Shanghai Composite Index fell 0.3%Euro Stoxx 50 futures fell 1.4%CurrenciesThe yen was at 108.90 per dollarThe offshore yuan was at 6.4239 per dollarThe Bloomberg Dollar Spot Index was little changedThe euro traded at $1.2142BondsThe yield on 10-year Treasuries dipped about one basis point to 1.59%Australia’s 10-year bond yield rose one basis point to 1.72%CommoditiesWest Texas Intermediate crude was at $64.47 a barrel, declining 0.7%Gold was little changed at $1,835.45 an ounceFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2021 Bloomberg L.P.
Evangelion Capital, a renowned crypto-focused investment firm, invested significant capital into CasperLabs through its Public Sale on Coinlist back in March 26. This came shortly before Evangelion’s recent investments in Raze Network, Sigmadex and LoC games, .Austin, TX, May 11, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- CasperLabs is the team behind the development of the Casper Network. Casper Network is the first live proof-of-stake blockchain built off the Casper CBC specification. Casper is designed to accelerate enterprise and developer adoption of blockchain technology today and evolve to meet user needs in the future. The team at Evangelion Capital believes the Casper Network to be a promising project that can solve the issues of scalability, security and decentralization that have plagued other smart contract blockchains. Evangelion Capital's investment was part of an immensely popular public sale that was sold out within hours. Casper Labs is backed by investment giants such as Consensus Capital, Hashkey Capital, Atlas Group, Diode Capital and more. A catalyst for Blockchain innovation Casper Network is an enterprise-focused layer-1 proof-of-stake blockchain protocol aiming to solve the issues of scalability, security and decentralization that have plagued other smart contract blockchains such as Ethereum. To tackle the problem of high transaction fees, Casper is introducing a “gas futures market” concept, Parlikar (CTO of Casper) said. By tokenizing block space to allow companies to buy future block space, Casper’s gas model aims to allow its blockchain’s users to lock in prices now, to have more predictable future network usage costs. The launch of Casper Labs is a strong move towards solving the issues of scalability, security and decentralization. It perfectly synchronizes with Evangelion Capital's goal to act as a catalyst for widespread blockchain innovation. Evangelion’s Co-Founder Lars Jacobus about Casper: “We are thrilled to be a part of CasperLabs and their journey to solve the issues of scalability, security and decentralization. Our team has always had a huge interest in solving the problems of high transaction fees known as ‘gas fees’. Ethereum’s gas fee issues could worsen with the growth of decentralized finance (DeFi) and non-fungible tokens (NFTs), most of which continue to rely on Ethereum. We are excited about the introduction of a ‘gas futures market’ concept, in which companies are allowed to buy future block space. We believe this could be a great solution to a long standing problem” CasperLabs Mainnet is launching on May 4th. About Casper Labs and the Casper Network CasperLabs is the team behind the development of the Casper Network. It provides services and support for organizations of all sizes, from enterprise to startup. Guided by open source principles, CasperLabs is committed to supporting the next wave of blockchain adoption among businesses and providing developers with a reliable and secure solution. The Casper Network is the first live proof-of-stake blockchain built off the Casper CBC specification. Casper is designed to accelerate enterprise and developer adoption of blockchain technology today and evolve to meet user needs in the future. The Casper Network lowers the barriers to entry for blockchain technology adoption, enabling businesses to start taking advantage today. It’s the first blockchain built for Enterprise adoption. About Evangelion Capital Evangelion Capital is a crypto-focused investment firm, functioning as both an incubator and a backer for the most promising ventures in the blockchain industry. From humble origins as traders on shady exchanges back when Bitcoin was in three digits, Evangelion has organically grown into a respected investor with an in-depth knowledge of blockchain and the various marketing facets of the industry. Evangelion Capital's goal is to act as a catalyst for widespread blockchain adoption and innovation. Media Contact:Ryley McKenzieEvangelion CapitalRyleymckenzie@evangelion.capitalWebsite: https://www.Evangelion.capital Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/EvangelionCap
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After Myanmar’s military seized power by ousting the elected government of Aung San Suu Kyi, they couldn’t even make the trains run on time: State railway workers were among the earliest organized opponents of the February takeover, and they went on strike. Health workers who founded the civil disobedience movement against military rule stopped staffing government medical facilities. Many civil servants were no-shows at work, along with employees of government and private banks.
The U.S. Federal Reserve should force banks to hold more cash to guard against potential losses due to climate change and possible steps to fight it, one of Washington's top liberal think tanks said on Tuesday. The plan https://www.americanprogress.org/?p=498976, published by the Center for American Progress and seen first by Reuters, is likely to inform a looming debate about exactly how far bank regulators should go in policing climate change as the Biden administration looks to tackle the issue on all fronts. The paper argues that the Fed could move quickly to bolster banks' capital cushions by establishing several new safeguards, including a new capital surcharge directly tied to how much pollution banks directly finance and heightened stress tests of big banks that incorporate climate risks.