Louis Miller

Louis Miller

Type Tantrum 2.0: Beware of TUCKANS

One year after Covid-19 pandemic, the global economy faces a growing risk of a balance of payments crisis. In fact, 2020 has already seen a record seven defaults on the sovereign debt of Argentina, Belize, Ecuador, Lebanon, Zambia and Suriname (which have defaulted twice) . In this context, any new …

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Erdogan’s $ 20 billion canal to nowhere

In April 2011, Turkish leader Recep Tayyip Erdogan outlined his vision for a nearly 50-kilometer canal connecting the Sea of ​​Marmara and the Black Sea parallel to the Bosphorus Strait, about 20 km to the east. A decade later, after countless shutdowns and starts, Turkish officials plan to inaugurate the …

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Ethereum exceeds $ 3,000

Bloomberg Wealthy Americans fleeing tax hikes could lead to a switch to ETFs (Bloomberg) – The burgeoning ETF industry may be poised to attract even more liquidity in the years to come, as wealthy Americans facing higher capital gains taxes seek to limit what they owe Uncle Sam. Compensation of …

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Turkey Adds Crypto Platforms to AML Rules

Share Tweet Share Share Share E-mail Turkey has added cryptocurrency trading platforms to its list of companies covered by anti-money laundering (AML) and terrorist financing regulations, Reuters reported. A presidential decree expanded the rules early on Saturday (May 1), and a local report said the rules would take effect immediately …

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Turkey launches new raid in northern Iraq

Saudi and Greek drug busts highlight Hezbollah’s ‘drug strategy’ DUBAI: Lebanese fruits and vegetables are no longer welcome in Saudi Arabia after vigilant port authorities in the Kingdom thwarted an attempt to smuggle narcotics inside grenades. Last month, customs officials at the Islamic port of Jeddah seized more than 5 …

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Arshad stuck in Turkey due to lockdown

KARACHI: The country’s first javelin thrower and medal at the Tokyo Olympics is hoping Arshad Nadeem’s return from Turkey has been delayed due to the lockdown in Antalya. However, he hopes that in a few days he can catch a flight. “Here the lockdown was imposed on April 29 and …

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Turkey faces ‘exodus’ after 506% increase in asylum claims

Saudi and Greek drug busts highlight Hezbollah’s ‘drug strategy’ DUBAI: Lebanese fruits and vegetables are no longer welcome in Saudi Arabia after vigilant port authorities in the Kingdom thwarted an attempt to smuggle narcotics inside grenades. Last month, customs officials at the Islamic port of Jeddah seized more than 5 …

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