Viral Photo Shows Bacteria Spread By Bathroom Hand Dryers

Trading 08 fév 2018 Commentaire »
Hand dryers in public restrooms are mostly known for leaving users feeling unsatisfied because their hands are only about 75 percent dry. A viral Facebook post, however, dared to ask an important question: How gross is it inside one of those things?

What Is HTTPS? New Google Chrome Will Mark Sites ‘Not Secure’ Starting July 2018

Trading 08 fév 2018 Commentaire »
Starting in July 2018, Google will release a new version of its popular Chrome web browser that will mark web pages that lack HTTPS encryption as “not secure” in an effort to help protect users from sharing information with dangerous websites. The change will first appear with the release of Chrome 68. When that version of the browser is released to the general public in the summer, it will include a “Not Secure” tag that will appear in the address bar next to the web address.

Lakers News: After Trades, Will The Lakers Win With Lonzo Ball Out Of The Lineup?

Trading 08 fév 2018 Commentaire »
After a blockbuster deadline deal with the Cleveland Cavaliers that included All-Star point guard Isaiah Thomas, the Los Angeles Lakers appear to have an imbalanced roster with starting point guard Lonzo Ball sidelined indefinitely by a leg injury and without two essential scorers. The trade seems to confirm further that the Lakers have more interest in luring a marquee free agent this summer or in 2019 than making a serious push for the playoffs this season. 

Professor Caught In Student Selfie With Severed Heads

Trading 08 fév 2018 Commentaire »
A dental professor at the University of Connecticut School of Dental Medicine came under fire for taking a selfie with a group of dental students that featured two severed heads faced upwards, according to Monday reports. 

Valentine’s Day 2018: 6 Movies To Watch In Theaters On Valentine’s Weekend

Trading 08 fév 2018 Commentaire »
Valentine’s Day lands on a Wednesday this year, which means those who are celebrating and not in favor of going out on a weeknight will likely settle on a date the weekend before or after Feb. 14. If you’re among those looking to go out with your loved one early or after the holiday has passed, here’s all of the romantic, dramatic and otherwise entertaining new movies out in theaters Feb. 9 through Feb. 16. Releasing Friday, Feb. 9 “Fifty Shades Freed”

Bitcoin, XRP And Ethereum Experts Remain Bullish Despite Volatility

Trading 08 fév 2018 Commentaire »
Both the stock market and the cryptocurrency market are having a terrible week. The Dow dropped 1000 points on Thursday, after CNBC reported it fell more than 1,175 points on Monday. The BBC called this sudden downturn the largest decline since 2011.

Best Olympic Movies On Netflix: Films To Watch During 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Games

Trading 08 fév 2018 Commentaire »
The 2018 Winter Olympics officially get underway Friday with the opening ceremony in Pyeongchang, South Korea. The Olympic games often times provide inspirational stories that are turned into films, and this year could be the impetus for future movies.

SEAL Team 6 Member Involved In Bin Laden’s Death Calls Trump Military Parade ‘Third World Bullshit’

Trading 08 fév 2018 Commentaire »
The SEAL Team 6 member who claimed to have killed terrorist leader Osama bin Laden took to Twitter Thursday to rip into President Donald Trump’s proposed military parade. “A military parade is third world bullshit. We prepare. We deter. We fight. Stop this conversation,” said the former SEAL, Robert J. O’Neill on Twitter. A military parade is third world bullshit. We prepare. We deter. We fight. Stop this conversation.

2018 iPhone Rumors: Apple Lineup Will Include Face ID, Supply Chain [Report]

Trading 08 fév 2018 Commentaire »
This year’s iPhones will feature the iPhone X’s Face ID, according to two recent supply chain reports from Korea spotted by 9to5Mac.

Dollar Little Changed As Investors Fixate On Equities

Trading 08 fév 2018 Commentaire »

The dollar is turning in a mixed performance against its major rivals Thursday afternoon, but remains little changed overall. Investors continue to keep a close eye on the equity markets as the major averages have resumed their recent decline after a short recovery.

Central bankers say that the recent correction in U.S. stocks will have little impact on the broader economy, a sign that they still plan to raise interest rates at least three times in 2018.

"More volatility in the markets, and maybe addressing some of the excesses and imbalances in the markets, by having a little more volatility, may be a healthy thing," Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas President Robert Kaplan said in an interview with Bloomberg Television.

New York Fed President William Dudley chimed in on the matter, calling the drop in stocks 'small Potatoes.'

The dollar rose to an early high of $1.2211 against the Euro, but has since eased back to around $1.2265.

Germany's exports and imports increased unexpectedly in December, figures from Destatis revealed Thursday.

Exports rose 0.3 percent month-on-month in December, slower than the 4.1 percent increase seen in November. However, shipments were expected to fall 1 percent.

Similarly, monthly growth in imports eased to 1.4 percent from 2.2 percent in November. Economists had forecast a 0.8 percent drop for December.

As imports growth exceeded the rise in exports, the trade surplus fell to a seasonally adjusted EUR 21.4 billion from EUR 22.3 billion a month ago.

The Bank of England decided to stand pat on rates on "Super Thursday" as widely expected, but hinted at somewhat earlier and deeper-than-expected rate hikes. The central bank raised its near-term growth projections, citing strengthening global growth, and forecast inflation to remain above 2 percent target over the forecast horizon.

The buck dropped to a low of $1.4066 against the pound sterling Thursday, but has since rebounded to around $1.3925.

UK house price balance remained stable in January and buyer enquiries continued to fall, data from the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors showed Thursday. The house price balance remained at 8 percent in January, while it was forecast to drop to 5 percent.

The greenback reached an early high of Y109.781 against the Japanese Yen Thursday, but has since retreated to around Y108.890.

Japan posted a current account surplus of 797.2 billion yen in December, the Ministry of Finance said on Thursday, down 28.5 percent on year. The headline figure was shy of expectations for a surplus of 1,056.9 billion yen following the 1,347.3 billion yen surplus in November.

Overall bank lending in Japan was up 2.4 percent on year in January, the Bank of Japan said on Thursday, coming in at 523.068 trillion yen. That follows the 2.5 percent increase in December.

A measure of peoples' assessment of the Japanese economy decreased more-than-expected in January to the weakest level in six months, survey figures from the Cabinet Office showed Thursday. The current index of Economy Watchers' survey dropped to 49.9 in January from 53.9 in December. Economists had expected the index to fall slightly to 53.7.


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