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13.02.2017

Switzerland votes "yes" to ease citizenship rules

Swiss voters on Sunday approved a measure to make it easier for third-generation immigrants to become citizens, dismissing suggestions from the far-right that the move could pose a security threat. In a referendum on Sunday, they backed a proposal to simplify naturalisation for third-generation immigrants. According to final official results, the "Yes" camp claimed 60% support and a victory in 19 of Switzerland's 26 cantons, meeting the two criteria needed for a win.

 
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12.02.2017

Market Internals are suggesting a shift towards more Defensive assets

The first weeks of Mr Trump being in power have been disruptive, the least to say. Concomitantly, reflation trades, which we were early proponents of since Spring last year, may be getting overextended. We believe it may be time to consider Defensive and Growth stocks again.

 
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10.02.2017

Funds And Investments In Malta

Funds and investment services in Malta

 
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10.02.2017

Swiss Asset Manager Funds

How can investors "win" in this current economic climate

 
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10.02.2017

Big China's Bitcoin companies block withdrawals after Central Bank talks

Two of China's most widely used bitcoin exchanges have announced that they will suspend bitcoin and litecoin withdrawals for one month effective immediately. In public posts that showcase the increasingly coordinated nature of exchange policy in the region, both OKCoin and Huobi said on Thursday that the move was a bid to bolster their anti-money laundering (AML) capabilities and prevent "illegal transactions". In the case of OKCoin, only it's OKCoin.cn portal is affected.

 
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10.02.2017

Twitter: US Elections didn't help enough earnings

Twitter on Thursday beat analysts' expectations for earnings per share in its fourth quarter before the opening bell, but missed revenue estimates, prompting a steep fall in its stock price in pre-market trading. The San Francisco-based company, led by CEO Jack Dorsey, reported adjusted earnings of 16 cents per share on revenue of $717 million, up from a year-earlier $710.5 million.

 
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10.02.2017

Technical analysis : Gold falls below 1,225

No matter how strong the technical perspective of a Gold surge can be, changes in the fundamental situation of the US Dollar are capable of destroying any kind of forecast, by changing the whole base of the markets. Due to a decision made by the President of US Donald Trump, the yellow metal fell on Thursday and continued to do so on Friday. If the situation persists, the bullion will fall at least to the 1,219.20 mark, where the 38.20% Fibonacci retracement level is located at. On the other hand, the yellow metal might rally and surge back up to the weekly R1 at 1,233.81.

 
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10.02.2017

Trump promises phenomenal tax cut program

President Donald Trump pledged Thursday he will soon unveil a “phenomenal” tax cut plan. "Lowering the overall tax burden on American business is big league. That's coming along very well. We're way ahead of schedule," Trump said during a White House meeting with airline industry executives on Thursday. Trump and GOP congressional leaders have come under fire recently from some conservatives for not taking action on popular campaign promises like cutting taxes and repealing Obamacare.

 
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09.02.2017

Geneva art world to launch 10-key points anti money laundering

A group of Geneva-based art dealers, lawyers, and consultants formed a Responsible Art Market Initiative in an effort to alleviate international concerns over the city’s freeports. It is intended to raise awareness of the illicit trafficking of art and antiquities, and the ways in which art facilitates money laundering and other financial crimes. The project was launched at the Artgenève Salon d’art on January 26 with the publication of a set of guidelines designed to crack down on illegal activity in the city.

 
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09.02.2017

Ebay founder launched tests in Kenya giving free money

Omidyar Network, the philanthropic investment arm started by eBay founder Pierre Omidyar, has invested $493,000 into an experiment giving people in Kenya free money. The Omidyar Network is hoping the study will help advance the debate around basic income from broad theoretical terms to more practical considerations. Universal basic income (UBI) is the notion that a government should guarantee every citizen a yearly sum of money, no strings attached. The thinking is that such a program would relieve economic stress as automation technology severely reduces the demand for labor.

 
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