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Covid didn’t stop the European fund industry from a $347.6 billion net inflow in 2020

Despite the Covid pandemic, a new report from Refinitiv Lipper shows that the European fund industry received a net inflow of 347.6 billion dollars from

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What to expect from Tuesday’s Apple Event

Apple will hold a launch event on Tuesday, October 13, to announce this year’s iPhone lineup. For most years, Apple released its iPhone in September

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Nationwide police brutality protests in Nigeria have been answered

The Nigerian Presidency ordered the immediate dissolution of an elite anti-theft police unit, after several days of massive citizen protests against the brutality of its

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Stocks follow as Trump’s health improves

The stock market rose on Monday because there were signs that President Donald Trump’s health has improved, alleviating some of the political uncertainty caused by

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New fast result COVID tests are approved and will be accessible to low-income countries

The tests that detect COVID-19 that reflect the results between 15 and 30 minutes will be available worldwide in a short time, reported The Guardian.

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Jobless claims fall below economist’s expectations, fifth straight week under 1 million

According to CNBC, initial unemployment insurance claims totaled 837,000 last week; the Labor Department said on Thursday as the labor market continues to slowly recover

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More water found under the surface of Mars, does life exist on Mars?

Scientists confirmed the presence of a lake, discovered in 2018 under the thick layer of ice at the south pole of Mars, and report the

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Child mortality from COVID is astonishingly low

Data from the Center for Disease Control (CDC) show that only about 100 children and teenagers have died from COVID-19 disease in the United States.