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Forex Analysis and News

Twitter’s heads of engineering and design will leave in a company shake-up.

By Kate Conger from New York Times, 20 hours 36 minutes ago

Twitter’s head of engineering, Michael Montano, and its head of design and research, Dantley Davis, will leave the company by the end of the year.

Samba, Cachaça and Pickled Eggs: ‘Dirty Feet’ Bars Are ‘Essence of Rio’

By Jack Nicas from New York Times, 20 hours 36 minutes ago

A cross between a dive bar and a greasy spoon, Rio de Janeiro’s beloved (and proudly filthy) hole-in-the wall joints are some of the most democratic spaces in a deeply unequal city.

Why the November Jobs Report Is Better Than It Looks

By Neil Irwin from New York Times, 20 hours 36 minutes ago

The number of jobs added was below expectations, but otherwise the report shows an economy on the right track.

A Slow-Motion Climate Disaster: The Spread of Barren Land

By Jack Nicas from New York Times, 20 hours 36 minutes ago

Brazil’s northeast, long a victim of droughts, is now effectively turning into a desert. The cause? Climate change and the landowners who are most affected.

Angels angered as lobbyists shape Biden’s tax reforms

By Gillian Tett from Financial Times, 1 day 15 minutes ago

The White House’s mission to create a more equitable tax culture is laudable. Its execution is not

Central banks do not have the luxury of time in tackling inflation

By Megan Greene from Financial Times, 1 day 15 minutes ago

New variants are a reminder that the US Fed and others are setting policy for an uncertain world

The FT’s 25 most influential women of 2021

By Rana Foroohar from Financial Times, 1 day 15 minutes ago

Written by Christine Lagarde, Elizabeth Warren, Malala Yousafzai, Jane Fraser, Greta Thunberg and many more

Germany’s new government offers more than meets the eye

By Martin Sandbu from Financial Times, 1 day 15 minutes ago

A read of the 178-page coalition agreement — so you don’t have to

A Car a Minute Used to Flow Through Here, but Chaos Now Reigns

By Peter S. Goodman from New York Times, 1 day 20 hours 36 minutes ago

A shipping terminal in Kansas reveals the fundamental problem — no one can plan, and no one is sure what will happen next.

Russia clamps down on historical memory and justice

By Tony Barber from Financial Times, on 01-12-2021 20:21 EST

The threat to liquidate the research group Memorial is an assault on a brave outpost of post-Soviet civil society

‘So Many Dimensions’: A Drought Study Underlines the Complexity of Climate

By Raymond Zhong from New York Times, on 01-12-2021 00:00 EST

Low rainfall has caused a humanitarian crisis in Madagascar, but common assumptions about drought didn’t hold up to scrutiny.

Biden Projects Normalcy and Optimism as Omicron Poses New Threat

By Ana Swanson from New York Times, on 01-12-2021 00:00 EST

The president tried to convey holiday cheer as he celebrated Hanukkah and downplayed virus concerns as the variant was detected in California.

Supreme Court Seems Poised to Uphold Mississippi’s Abortion Law

By Adam Liptak from New York Times, on 01-12-2021 00:00 EST

It was less clear whether the court’s conservative majority would overrule Roe v. Wade, the decision establishing a constitutional right to abortion.

In China, Buying That Toy Gun Could Get You Arrested

By Raymond Zhong from New York Times, on 01-12-2021 00:00 EST

San Cheng bought toy guns online as props for video game design. Then the police arrived, and he was jailed under China’s strict but messy gun laws.

What to Watch in the Supreme Court Oral Arguments on the Right to Abortion

By Adam Liptak from New York Times, on 01-12-2021 00:00 EST

The New York Times will be streaming the oral arguments and providing live coverage of the proceedings when they begin at 10 a.m. Eastern.

Lessons in ‘levelling up’ from the Basque country

By Martin Wolf from Financial Times, on 30-11-2021 20:21 EST

When it comes to regeneration, the success of this old industrial region is worth examining

Twitter will take down pictures of people posted without their permission.

By Kate Conger from New York Times, on 30-11-2021 00:00 EST

The company said the policy was consistent with privacy laws in the European Union and elsewhere.

We must accept higher taxes to fund health and social care

By Martin Wolf from Financial Times, on 29-11-2021 20:21 EST

The government’s response to immediate pressures on the system is inadequate and indefensible

Who Is Parag Agrawal, Twitter’s New C.E.O.?

By Kate Conger from New York Times, on 29-11-2021 00:00 EST

A longtime Twitter insider and a confidant of co-founder Jack Dorsey, Mr. Agrawal takes over as the social media company confronts various challenges.

The Biden administration, under fire for supply chain woes, says stores will be fully stocked for the holidays.

By Ana Swanson from New York Times, on 29-11-2021 00:00 EST

President Biden has made a push to unclog ports, address trucker shortages and take other steps to alleviate the pressure created by consumers looking to buy couches, cars and electronics instead of eating out or going to theme parks.

Twitter’s Jack Dorsey Steps Down From C.E.O. Role

By Kate Conger from New York Times, on 29-11-2021 00:00 EST

The social media pioneer, whose name has become synonymous with the company, was replaced by Twitter’s chief technology officer, Parag Agrawal.

As World Shuts Borders to Stop Omicron, Japan Offers a Cautionary Tale

By Raymond Zhong from New York Times, on 29-11-2021 00:00 EST

Japan, which has been very cautious throughout the pandemic, is again barring all nonresident foreigners. There is an economic and human cost.

A Public Flagpole, a Christian Flag and the First Amendment

By Adam Liptak from New York Times, on 29-11-2021 00:00 EST

The Supreme Court will decide whether Boston, which allows many kinds of groups to raise flags outside its City Hall, can reject one bearing the Latin cross.

What Uber’s Spies Really Did

By Kate Conger from New York Times, on 28-11-2021 00:00 EST

A former co-worker accused the men of wiretapping their colleagues, hacking foreign governments and stealing trade secrets. It wasn’t true, but the allegations still follow them.

Fetal Viability, Long an Abortion Dividing Line, Faces a Supreme Court Test

By Adam Liptak from New York Times, on 28-11-2021 00:00 EST

On Wednesday, the justices will hear the most important abortion case in decades, one that could undermine or overturn Roe v. Wade.