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US crypto company Nomad was robbed of $190 million

Cryptocurrency representations were captured in this illustration, January 24, 2022. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/Illustration/ Register now to get free unlimited access to Reuters.com Register LONDON (Reuters) – US crypto firm Nomad has been theft of $190 million, Blockchain researchers said on Tuesday, the latest theft to hit the digital asset sector this year. Nomad said in a …

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‘The government has done nothing’: Mexican and Brazilian backlash against monkeypox raises concern

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – Francisco’s wounds began after he returned home to Mexico City from California in late June: First, two points on his buttocks. Then, a week later, lesions were all over his body, and his mouth was so full of sores that he could barely speak or drink water. “The pain was unspeakably …

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Pinterest shares soar after Elliott reveals it’s the largest contributor

The screens display the Pinterest Inc. logo. During the company’s initial public offering on the front of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York, US, April 18, 2019. REUTERS / Brendan McDermid Register now to get free unlimited access to Reuters.com Register Activist investor Elliott Investment Management revealed on Monday that it has …

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Asian stocks fall on US yields amid Pelosi tensions; down the australian

A man wearing a protective face mask, amid the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, passes a screen showing the Shanghai Composite Index, the Nikkei Index and the Dow Jones Industrial Average outside a brokerage in Tokyo, Japan, February 14, 2022. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon Register now to get free unlimited access to Reuters.com Register TOKYO (Reuters) – Asian stocks …

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Polio found in New York wastewater as state urges vaccination

State health officials said Monday that polio virus was present in wastewater in a New York City suburb a month before health officials announced a confirmed case of the disease last month, and urged residents to check their presence. They were vaccinated. The discovery of the disease from sewage samples collected in June meant the …

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US manufacturing is slowing modestly; Excess stocks are a major concern

The manufacturing index fell to 52.8 in July from 53.0 in June Contract new orders, improve supplier deliveries slowing increases in input prices; Accumulation of stocks WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. manufacturing activity slowed less-than-expected in July, and there were signs that supply constraints were easing, with a measure of prices paid for inputs from factories …

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Documents show that Luxembourg’s private banks have asked to freeze their assets in Ecuador amid a dispute between Perenco

Bailiff has ordered 122 banking entities operating in Luxembourg to freeze Ecuadorian assets. Ecuador issued bonds listed in Luxembourg in 2020 to fix debt Some bondholders received interest payments due on July 31 LONDON (Reuters) – Minutes in Luxembourg have ordered banks to freeze assets Ecuadorean holds in Luxembourg accounts as a result of a …

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“Living with COVID”: Where the epidemic could go next

LONDON/CHICAGO (Reuters) – As the third winter of the coronavirus pandemic approaches in the northern hemisphere, scientists are warning governments and exhausted residents alike to prepare for more waves of COVID-19. In the United States alone, there could be as many as 1 million infections a day this winter, Chris Murray, president of the Institute …

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Inflation begins to strain the finances of young, low-income Americans

Photo of a shopper wearing a face mask at the Dollar Tree store in Pasadena, California, US, June 11, 2020. REUTERS/Mario Anzoni Register now to get free unlimited access to Reuters.com Register NEW YORK (Reuters) – As rising inflation forces Americans to spend more on gas and bills, young, low-income consumers are beginning to feel …

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