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Price Analysis 09/10: BTC, ETH, XRP, BCH, LTC, EOS, BNB, BSV, XLM, TRX

“The leading cryptocurrency is likely to hit a wall at the downtrend line, from where it might enter a minor correction” writes Rakesh Upadhyay for cointelegraph.com. EOS has risen above $3.1534 and is attempting to rise above the downtrend line, which is an important level to watch out for.If the bulls can push the price above the downtrend line, it will signal a likely change in trend. Source: cointelegraph.com

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Powell Says Fed Will Sustain Expansion, Reinforcing Rate-Cut Bet

“For months, Powell and his Fed colleagues have warned that trade tensions and slower global growth represent mounting risks to the U.S. economy” writes Jan Dahinten for yahoo.com. Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said the most likely outlook for the U.S. and world economy is continued moderate growth. Source: yahoo.com

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Scotland’s grouse moors ‘help to sustain rural population and schools’

“Scotland’s grouse moors contribute millions of pounds to fragile rural areas, according to an official review examining claims that alternative uses for the land would be more profitable” writes Tom Welsh for telegraph.co.uk. It said there were also reports of “some disconnect” between estates and local communities, before citing figures stating that alternative uses, such as forestry and sheep and wind farms, would produce more jobs per hectare. But it concluded that some of these options are “heavily reliant” on taxpayer subsidies,… Source: telegraph.co.uk

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The war in Afghanistan isn’t a ‘stalemate.’ The U.S. has lost

“This may explain, at least in part, why the present commander in chief has yet to visit the war zone” writes Andrew J for latimes.com. After all, Donald Trump campaigned against the war and vowed if elected to end it forthwith.Once in office, however, he caved in to advisors urging him not only to continue the war but even to dispatch a contingent of reinforcements. Steering clear of Afghanistan allows Trump to sustain the pretense that the war is not actually his. Source: latimes.com

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Americans Save Less to Sustain Spending as Income Gains Cool…

“(Bloomberg) — Americans kept on spending in September as income gains cooled, pushing down the savings rate to the lowest this year” writes Katia Dmitrieva for yahoo.com. Wages and salaries rose 0.2 percent in September from the prior month, following a 0.5 percent increase, the data showed.Incomes advanced a less-than-projected 0.2 percent, the weakest in more than a year, while Americans saved 6.2 percent of their disposable income, matching the lowest level since 2013.Real disposable income, or earnings adjusted for taxes and inflation, advanced 0.1 percent, a five-month low. Source: yahoo.com

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Technogym targets content fix for fitness fans to sustain growth

“Technogym shares were down 1.4 percent at 1233 GMT, underperforming Milan’s all-share index” writes Midwest Communications Inc for 95kqds.com. In the last two years, Technogym sales have grown annually in the high single-digit range, outperforming analysts’ expectations of lower revenue growth.MILAN (Reuters) – Italy’s Technogym is looking to offer fitness fanatics more content via exercise equipment screens or their personal devices, its founder and chief executive said on Thursday.Technogym’s full-year results would be in line with its plans for sustainable and profitable growth and its focus will remain on organic…

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GBP/USD: Why Levels Below 1.30 Likely Hard To Sustain? A Historical Take – SocGen

“Is it sustainable?” writes Yohay’s Google Profile for forexcrunch.com. Here is their view, courtesy of eFXdata: Societe Generale Cross Asset Strategy Research discusses GBP/USD valuation from a historical perspective and what this might imply for prices over the medium to long term. “GBP/USD was bumped around by the Napoleonic, US Civil, and first world wars, without changing its central value. Source: forexcrunch.com

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One of the largest banks issued an alarming warning that Earth is running out of the resources to sustain life

“But it’s far less common to see multinational banks sound the alarm about climate change so explicitly in their equity research” writes Jeremy Berke for businessinsider.com. Jason Lee/Reuters One of the world’s largest banks says the planet is running out of resources and warns that neither governments nor companies are prepared for climate change.To calculate Earth’s natural resource budget, GFN considers the demand for natural resources — which includes food, forests, and marine products — as well as humans’ effects on the environment from factors like carbon emissions. Source: businessinsider.com

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