A Blockchain RegTech Solution to the World’s $200 Billion a year Identity Verification Crisis: Introducing Velix.ID

A Blockchain RegTech Solution to the World’s $200 Billion a year Identity Verification Crisis: Introducing Velix.ID Bitcoin Press Release:Blockchain RegTech Solution RegTech Startup Velix.ID are building a blockchain platform to ease the processes of identity verification and sharing across business and consumer markets globally. January 15th 2018, Singapore, Malaysia – In the fast-moving 21st century with… Please follow and like us:

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After Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Freezes Data Collecting, Sen. Elizabeth Warren Demands Reversal

A federal court last week again ruled in favor of Mick Mulvaney as the rightful head of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, which strengthens his hand on such issues as the recent decision to freeze data collection in light of cybersecurity concerns. But Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., who conceived the idea of the consumer agency, which… Please follow and like us:

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JPMorgan Chase & Co. Q4 2017 Earnings Beat Estimates

The JPMorgan Chase & Co. Q4 2017 earnings results were released before opening bell this morning. The bank reported adjusted earnings of $1.76 per share on $25.45 billion in revenue, compared to the consensus estimates of $1.69 per share and $25.17 billion in revenue. In the previous year’s fourth quarter, the bank reported $1.71 per share… Please follow and like us:

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New IRS tax withholding tables mean your paycheck might be getting a little bigger soon

So who’s ready for a fatter paycheck starting next month? RELATED: This new Trump tax calculator shows how much you’ll pay going forward New withholding rules mean more money in your pocket The Internal Revenue Service is out with new withholding tables for companies to follow when calculating your paycheck going forward. Employers may begin using… Please follow and like us:

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Corporate Tax Rate Changes Might Result In Company Deleveraging

Since the financial crisis, the total value of debt owed and issued by US corporations has ballooned. Bingeing on low-interest rates, companies have borrowed heavily to finance acquisitions, buybacks, and dividends with few, if any repercussions. Get Our Icahn eBook! Get our entire 10-part series on Carl Icahn and other famous investors in PDF for free!… Please follow and like us:

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Speculative bounceback stocks for 2018: GE and Navient

Please hold. T WASHINGTON, December 29, 2017: Following up on my previous column here are a few more stocks I’d have to label as speculative bounceback stocks. Our previous list included generally well-known, stable companies that might be safer and more reliable bets for a decent bounce back up in early 2018. Read also: Year end… Please follow and like us:

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Question Posed: How Did Bob Corker Go from ‘Dead Broke’ to $69 Million Net Worth During 11 Years in U.S. Senate?

“How do you increase your net worth by 69 million dollars while you’re working full-time as a Senator?” That’s the question Rolling Stone reporter Matt Taibbi asked about Senator Bob Corker (R-TN) on Friday. Neither Taibbi nor Rolling Stone are fans of Corker (or of President Trump, Republicans, or conservatism in general). And Rolling Stone has… Please follow and like us:

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China’s tough measures rid property market of speculation fever

BEIJING – China’s property market is expected to cool in the fourth quarter as real estate investment growth faltered, monthly property sales value dropped and home prices declined in hot spot cities, economists said. The property market remained stable in October, with new residential housing prices seeing slower growth year-on-year in 13 of the 15 major… Please follow and like us:

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China’s money supply sees steady increase

Regulators ‘need to prevent financial risks more proactively and effectively’ China’s money supply growth rate and the newly issued yuan-denominated loans both increased in November to support economic growth, although the monetary authority reiterated that risk prevention should be the policy priority. The M2, or a broad measure of money supply, increased by 9.1 percent year-on-year… Please follow and like us:

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US slams World Bank lending to rich countries like China

World Bank lending to countries like China that are rich enough to finance their own development hurts poor countries that need help, a senior US Treasury official said Wednesday. David Malpass, Treasury’s under secretary for International Affairs, cited China as a prime example of the practice, as the World Bank’s biggest borrower with $2.4 billion in… Please follow and like us:

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What the Fed’s moves mean to the economy | Biz Brain

Q. In October, the Federal Reserve plans on reducing its assets of $4.5 trillion dollars. How did the Fed get the so called trillions in assets? Will they sell their bonds on open market? Then, where does the income from bonds go? Is there a simple explanation of how this works? — Trying to get it… Please follow and like us:

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PwC report: China’s listed banks stable in first half

China’s listed banks entered a period of stability with steady growth and lower non-performing loan ratios and overdue loan ratios in the first half of the year, but pressure for competition may mount and lenders need to increase their pricing and cost control abilities, according to a report. The report by PwC, which surveys financial results… Please follow and like us:

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Tighter credit cools China’s property market

A potential homebuyer checks out a property project in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province, Dec 17, 2016. [Photo by Long Wei / Asianewsphoto] BEIJING – First-time home buyers in China are having a hard time getting good mortgage rates, as the country tightens credit controls to curb property speculation. Earlier this week, the branch of the Agricultural Bank… Please follow and like us:

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ECB frets over stronger euro as stimulus exit nears

European Central Bank governors expressed concern over the strength of the euro at their last meeting in July, minutes showed on Thursday, complicating their attempts to ease away from stimulus without undermining the recovery. While the recent appreciation of the euro was partly evidence of the robust health of the eurozone economy, “concerns were expressed about… Please follow and like us:

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Greece approves more austerity to unlock bailout

Greek politicians have approved more pension cuts and tax hikes sought by international lenders to unlock another bailout, as angry demonstrators protested outside parliament over the new round of austerity. The measures, which entail $5.4bn in cuts to be implemented in 2019 and 2020, were backed late on Thursday by all 153 members of parliament in… Please follow and like us:

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