Daily Column – 8th September 2021

A Texas legislation went into effect at midnight on Wednesday, prohibiting abortions beyond six weeks of pregnancy, when many women are unaware they are pregnant. It is now, the most stringent abortion regulation in the country, and it may force many abortion clinics to close. It is after six weeks of pregnancy that at least 80% … Read more

Daily Column – 6th September 2021

One of the greatest — and probably the most contentious — pandemic-era humanitarian projects comes to a close today. Almost 3 million individuals would lose their federal government-provided additional $300 per week in subsidies. Over the summer, 25 states shut down the programme, claiming it was keeping prospective hires off the job market and contributing … Read more

Daily column – 1st September 2021

Economists waiting to know when tapering will start Slashing through the nonsense and explaining popular personal financial terminology in layman’s terms. Economists have been eagerly waiting for Jerome Powell to speak on tapering for weeks. Tapering is the process of gradually reducing the length of your runs leading up to race day in order to keep … Read more

Daily column – 13th August 2021

Reddit’s value is going up! Following its recent capital injection from Fidelity, Reddit, the ancestral cradle of memes, is now valued at $10 billion. Over the last 2.5 years, the value of the social media firm has more than quadrupled. The flood of exposure Reddit earned for its involvement in the meme stock craze this winter, … Read more

Daily Column – 12th August 2021

How do you fold your phone? Samsung is confident in its foldable phone portfolio, because innovation is a circle after all. They have launched two types yesterday:  The Galaxy Z Fold 3, which folds out like a book into a 7.6-inch tablet. Galaxy Z Flip 3, which flips vertically allowing you to relive your early 2000s … Read more

Daily column – 4th August 2021

Vaccinating New York New York City was the first major city in the United States to enforce vaccinations for indoor activities. All indoor facilities, including bars, gyms, Broadway performances, and Marie’s Crisis, which mixes all three, will need evidence of immunisation, according to Mayor Bill de Blasio. Children under the age of 12 who do … Read more

daily column – 16th july 2021

Regulators have placed a target on Stablecoin as a result of some actions taken in the financial regulator group chat. Since the mention of Stablecoin from worldwide officials, the coin has been in constant flux. Janet Yellen made the conversation live over Twitter the other day as she spoke with prominent financial officials to discuss … Read more

daily column – 22nd july 2021

In France, large leisure and cultural facilities like museums, sports stadiums, and movie theaters will now demand evidence of immunization or a negative Covid-19 test. And that’s only the beginning: starting in August, vaccination will be required to access other establishments such as cafés and restaurants. Last week, President Emmanuel Macron proposed these steps to … Read more