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There have been few survivors from last week’s crypto rout which saw almost $30 billion wiped off the markets in a couple of days. Bitcoin for one has taken a beating this time and has settled at a new price range indicating that a recovery could be a long way off. XRP on the other hand has weathered the digital storm and emerged on top, well on top of Ethereum at least. Solid Perf


Ripple Remains Strong Up 10% on The Month, Can it Decouple and Catch Bitcoin?

Good morning! Here's what you need to know in markets on Monday. 1. Oil prices rose as traders expected top exporter Saudi Arabia to push OPEC to cut supply towards the end of the year. Asian shares inched cautiously higher amid conflicting signals on the chance of a truce in the Sino-U.S. trade dispute, while a new-found air of concern on the global outlook at the Federal Reserve

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Good morning! This is the tech news you need to know this Monday. Mark Zuckerberg reportedly told Facebook execs that the company is at "war," and called recent media coverage "bulls---". Zuckerberg told Facebook executives at a meeting in June that he was going to be a more aggressive CEO in light of a sequence of scandals, The Wall Street Journal reported Sunday night. Apple CEO

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Debbie Crosbie will replace Paul Pester who resigned after the IT meltdown at the bank.

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TSB appoints Debbie Crosbie as new boss after IT fiasco

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TSB has appointed a new chief executive to lead a fightback from its damaging IT migration failure earlier this year.

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Debbie Crosbie to lead TSB fightback from IT crisis

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Hello! Here's what you need to know for Monday. 1. US President Donald Trump said there is no reason to listen to audio of the murder of Jamal Khashoggi. A question is still hanging over Trump now that the CIA reportedly believes Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince personally ordered the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi last month. 2. British Prime Minister Theresa May said a conserva

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When Moon? Not soon according to the talking heads at KPMG. Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies will require a bit more time before they truly function as a reliable store-of-value. We Ain’t There Yet, Says KPMG Whereas in August, KPMG reported that the blockchain industry was maturing and moving beyond experimentation, the latest study authored by KPMG, says Bitcoin and other cry


KPMG: Cryptocurrency Still Far Away From a Store of Value

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After an Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) summit in Papua New Guinea failed to deliver a final joint statement of agreement, Australia says China and the United States must resolve their differences. Australian PM Scott Morrison says Pacific leaders also delivered the warring Chinese and US factions a “very clear” message to get on with business. The summit deteriorated - d

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Australia's Prime Minister says we can all get along in the Pacific, even if China and the US can't

The new owner of newspaper publisher Johnston Press says it is business as usual for its 200 titles, including the i and The Scotsman, despite union concerns over jobs and pensions.

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'Jobs secured' as publisher of i is bought

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An executive board member of the European Central Bank (ECB), Benoit Coeure, dealt a verbal blow to bitcoin and the infant cryptocurrency industry when he termed the digital currency “a combination of a bubble, a Ponzi scheme, and an environmental disaster,” per a report by Bloomberg, published November 15, 2018. Bitcoin “Evil Spawn” of Financial Crisis Speaking at the Bank...Read

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European Central Bank Executive Dubs Crypto “Evil Spawn” of Financial Crisis

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