Month: May 2022

Athletes have looked for a chemical edge for centuries — dating all the way back to the ancient Greeks who used alcoholic concoctions and hallucinogenic mushrooms. Thanks to newer technologies, the longer storage of test samples and whistle-blowers drug cheats are getting caught sometimes years after they medal. Bloomberg QuickTake looks at how some of
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Christopher Waller, U.S. President Donald Trump’s nominee for governor of the Federal Reserve, listens during a Senate Banking Committee confirmation hearing in Washington, D.C., on Thursday, Feb. 13, 2020. Andrew Harrer | Bloomberg | Getty Images Federal Reserve Governor Christopher Waller said Monday he sees interest rate increases continuing through the rest of the year
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Boehly’s simple refusal to countenance any distractions has proved central to the Connecticut billionaire’s successful Chelsea takeover. Nurphoto | Nurphoto | Getty Images The Todd Boehly-led consortium have completed a £4.25bn takeover of Chelsea, ending Roman Abramovich’s 19-year ownership of the club. After months of negotiations, the deal was finally approved on Wednesday morning when
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In this article UST.CM= LUNA.CM= Cryptocurrency markets have seen a steep sell-off after the collapse of controversial blockchain project Terra. Dan Kitwood | Getty Images A new version of the collapsed luna cryptocurrency is already live on major exchanges — and it’s gotten off to a bad start. Last week, supporters of the Terra blockchain
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Supply constraints are driving up property prices and rents in Singapore, the chief executive officer of a real estate company said Friday. “You can see a massive gap opening up between demand and supply,” said Hari Krishnan of PropertyGuru. Singapore introduced measures to cool the property market in December 2021, but analysts told CNBC in
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It’s time to get defensive on U.S. equities amid “significantly” rising recession risks, according to Citigroup. The global asset allocation team downgraded U.S. equities to neutral amid troubling signs — including disquieting signs in the stock market and hawkish guidance from the Federal Reserve chair — despite not technically holding a recession in its base
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Starting in early 2019, 20 towns across Italy began selling homes for €1, or about $1.10. Local governments hope the plan will attract fresh faces and new businesses to towns that have been suffering from rapid depopulation and a growing number of abandoned homes for decades. But the true cost of these homes turn out
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