Saudi Arabia eases Covid precautionary measures

The General Authority of Civil Aviation (GACA) announced the operation of all airports at full capacity, the Saudi Press Agency reported.Did you miss our previous article… https://mountainsofthemoonug.com/?p=471

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Crypto investment in mutual funds style: Mudrex launches ‘coin sets’

Y Combinator and Nexus VP-backed Mudrex is trying to simplify crypto investment by building an easy-to-use product for smaller investors.Did you miss our previous article… https://mountainsofthemoonug.com/?p=468

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How green champion Sweden could end up exporting its carbon sins

Sweden’s dilemma encapsulates one the challenges facing nations meeting in Glasgow for the U.N. COP26 climate talks: how to show they are not cutting emissions by simply exporting the problem

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Wall Street tracks weekly gains on strong banks earnings, retail sales data

Goldman Sachs gained 2.7 per cent as a record wave of deal-making activity drove a surge in the bank’s quarterly profit.Did you miss our previous article… https://mountainsofthemoonug.com/?p=462

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Bill Clinton ‘doing fine’ and will be out of hospital soon

Clinton, 75, was admitted to the University of California Irvine Medical Center, southeast of Los Angeles, on Tuesday with an infection unrelated to COVID-19, his spokesman said.Did you miss our

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Sydney to scrap quarantine, readies to welcome overseas visitors

Since March 2020, travel to and from Australia has been virtually banned and anyone who gains permission to enter must fork out many thousands of dollars and agree to be

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The $100 billion hurdle to a global climate breakthrough

Ahead of the next global summit, held in Glasgow, Scotland, advanced economies have come up short. The gigantic financial gap has some of the worst greenhouse gas emitters, including India

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IMF warns of divergent recoveries from pandemic

The IMFC also noted that central banks are closely monitoring inflation pressures and they will “act appropriately” if risks of inflation expectations de-anchoring become concrete.Did you miss our previous article…

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Employment under MGNREGA in September falls to lowest since Covid outbreak

Demand for work fell by 8.3% last month to touch its lowest at 2.86 crore persons in the last 17 months. But work provided under the scheme continued to be

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Japan PM dissolves lower house for Oct. 31 national election

Kishida said he is seeking the public’s mandate for his policies after being elected prime minister by parliament only 10 days ago to replace Yoshihide Suga. Tadamori Oshima, the speaker

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