Jittery Trading on Frankfurt and New York Stock Markets: Fed’s Monetary Policy and Inflation Concerns

2023-08-25 21:03:50 Frankfurt, New York US stock markets edged higher in jittery trading on Friday following little new information on the Fed’s monetary policy path. The Dow Jones index of standard values ​​closed 0.7 percent higher at 34,346 points. The tech-heavy Nasdaq advanced 0.9 percent to 13,590 points. The broad S&P 500 gained 0.7 percent … Read more

“Ron DeSantis: The Speech, The Think Tank, and The Standing Ovations”

2023-04-23 14:37:07 Ron DeSantis In the Republican Party, the candidate search revolves around the question of who is perceived as the tougher fighter. (Photo: AP) National Harbor He calls it three times at the end. “Appreciate it”, “I appreciate it”. What Ron DeSantis appreciates on Friday morning are the standing ovations to which the audience … Read more

Wall Street starts off with losses as investors process new job data

New York Investors on Wall Street start the new stock market week cautiously. The leading indices Dow Jones and S&P 500 lose 0.3 and 0.7 percent respectively in early trading on Easter Monday. The losses in the technology-heavy Nasdaq index are even greater – minus 1.2 percent. Heavyweights like Alphabet, Apple and Tesla are showing … Read more

Founder Sam Bankman-Fried is said to have diverted $300 million out of $420 million in investor money

Sam Bankman-Fried The founder of the crypto exchange FTX is getting more and more criticism. (Foto: The Washington Post/Getty Images) New York FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried is said to have used almost three quarters of the money that investors had pledged in a financing round in 2021 for his own purposes. The Wall Street Journal reports. … Read more

Despite bankruptcy, Sam Bankman-Fried is looking for new investors

Sam Bankman-Fried The co-founder and CEO of the crypto exchange FTX is threatened with investigations by the public prosecutor. (Foto: Bloomberg/Getty Images) New York It would be a desperate maneuver: According to US media reports, the founder of the failed cryptocurrency exchange FTX, Sam Bankman-Fried, still believes he can raise enough money to compensate his users. … Read more

Oil prices briefly rise 18 percent to almost $140 a barrel

Ukraine conflict While the West discusses sanctions, the oil price continues to rise indignantly. (Photo: dpa) New York Discussions regarding an import ban on Russian oil pushed the price of crude oil up to $139 a barrel at the start of trading in Asia on Monday night. This triggered a mood of crisis on Asia’s … Read more

World’s largest credit card issuers suspend business in Russia

Visa and Mastercard credit cards Because of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, the two credit card providers are suspending their business in Russia. (Photo: dpa) Washington Because of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, the world’s two largest credit card providers, Visa and Mastercard, are suspending their business in Russia. Visa will work with customers and … Read more

The fallout after the resignation of naval chief Schönbach

“Such statements raise the suspicion that Germany should ideally do nothing at all and want to keep possible sanctions as small as possible. And a quiet Federal Chancellor is enthroned above everything,” said Thomas Kleine-Brockhoff, Vice President of the German Marshall Fund and former head of the planning office of the then Federal President Joachim … Read more