Biden to start ‘Investing in America’ tour next week

CNN — when he for a possible re-elected Activity, president biden As the effects of those laws begin to be felt across the country, he will begin a three-week tour on Tuesday to highlight the impact of his signature legislative achievement, according to a White House official. ‘Invest in America’ tour will see Biden, Vice … Read more

Deutsche Bank shares fall 9% after default insurance costs suddenly spike

A logo is displayed above the headquarters of Deutsche Bank in the Aurora Business Park in Moscow, Russia. Andrey Rudakov | Bloomberg | Getty Images Deutsche Bank Shares were down more than 9% in early trade on Friday after credit default swaps spiked late Thursday as concerns about the stability of European banks persisted. Shares … Read more

The Latest on the Russia-Ukraine War

Several civilians killed in overnight Russian airstrike: Ukrainian news agency A residential building is damaged after a Russian drone strike in the town of Rzhyshchiv in Kiev, Ukraine, March 22, 2023. Oleksii Chumachenko | Anadolu Agency | Getty Images Several people were killed in Russian airstrikes overnight in different parts of Ukraine, Ukrainian state broadcaster … Read more

Younger moviegoers more likely to pay more for good seats: survey

Group of cheerful people laughing while watching movie in cinema. Zoran Zeremski | Stock | Getty Images Young moviegoers don’t mind paying extra to see a movie on a big screen if it means they get the best seat in the house, according to a new survey. The survey is from Morning Consultfound that 54 … Read more

Ramadan: For Muslims with eating disorders, fasting presents another set of challenges

CNN — With the start of the Islamic month of Ramadan, Habiba said she was “terrified” by the thought of fasting this year. During her teenage years, the eating disorder morphed into bulimia and binge eating, and she says the habit of not eating or drinking from sunup to sundown exacerbated her need to further … Read more

TikTok wants to distance itself from China, but government steps in

In this illustration photo taken on July 16, 2020, Chinese and American flags are seen near the TikTok logo. Florence Rowe | Reuters BEIJING — China said it would “strongly oppose” the forced sale of TikTok, making clear the government’s involvement in the social media giant’s efforts to distance itself from Beijing. The Commerce Department … Read more

Tether is estimated to have approximately $1.6 billion in excess reserves to back USDT

Tether Chief Technology Officer Paolo Ardoino said the company expects a $700 million increase in excess reserves for the quarter, which is not over yet. Justin Tallis | AFP | Getty Images Cryptocurrency firm Tether estimated it would post a profit of $700 million in the March quarter, bringing its excess reserves to more than … Read more

Europe’s ‘greenwashing’ crackdown isn’t going well

Greenwashing refers to a marketing practice in which businesses attempt to capitalize on the growing movement for environmentally friendly products by selling items labeled green but not actually being so. Andrew Aitchison | Image | Getty Images The European Union has outlined new measures aimed at preventing companies from making unsubstantiated environmental claims on their … Read more

Estonia calls China’s plan to end Ukraine war ‘extremely unfair’

The permanent secretary of Estonia’s defense ministry said China’s peace proposal to end the war in Ukraine was “extremely unfair” because the plan did not respect the country’s territorial integrity. Beijing introduced twelve point peace plan In February. Kustisalm said it was the responsibility of the “wider international community” to help Ukraine. But he said … Read more

Analysis: Viral video app TikTok represents new Cold War in American pockets

CNN — The new Cold War is not being played out on the high walls that divide the continents, but in the pockets of millions of Americans. congressional hearing Thursday’s focus on the popular TikTok video app became the latest in a string of clarifying moments that exposed not only Washington’s bipartisan animosity toward Beijing’s … Read more